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  1. St Andrews Uni yet to play a match Jimmy. I understand the scenario - I work in the town - but they are now 6 games behind some teams. That's a helluva lot to catch up. Have they entered all the Cups as well?
  2. Hiding wi the Burntisland Sniper.....god those were the days
  3. This is brutal compared to the standards set on here years ago.
  4. Good. And his face was shut. Bliss.
  5. Fitba's loss is boolin's gain. Welcome neebur.
  6. Was a penalty despite all the hyperbole after the event from the goalie. I kinda think the final straw might huv been getting called - among many things - a fe55in wee cheat by more than one Leven player direct to his face. He had the humility to finish the game though cos he'd have been well with his rights to walk aff there and then. Mibee its not him who's chucked but I've known him a good while now and the end of that game was clearly a sickener for him.
  7. Well wee Bobsie flung his cards away after Saturday. Pretty telling. Think he just got scunnered with the grief fae both sidelines.
  8. If yer trying to be funny mate inject some humour, add a little bit of sarcasm and at least sort out your punctuation and grammar. If you don't it just tends to be a childish 'spit the dummy out' ramble that makes ye look like a right walloper.
  9. Yet again its you embarrassing yourself. Best you stay away from this topic. There's a difference between avoiding something and being specifically informed its not permitted. Its like tax. You will be aware of that issue.
  10. It really doesn't say that at all. Read it - its not complicated. It merely recommends avoiding car sharing. There is no direct instruction eg drink bottles, handshakes etc. If it was a specific instruction it would have been made a clear directive.
  11. Close the car park then. That'll teach them and im sure it will make you feel better. As I've proven many times in the past I'm too smart for you but that's no exactly an achievement given your rants and embarrassing climbdown on here over the years. What I wont do is take heed of some self appointed 'guardian of the people' who is happy to denigrate clubs and players who only want to play fitba in a unique environment. From what I see you just want everything stopped. Some might think you have had some sort of political agenda influencing your decision making process? C'est non?
  12. If ye were seriously interested in the issue why weren't yer supporters socially distancing themselves at the game yesterday on the touchline Ya Cant? Ye seem yo be fluent with awe the covid regulations but apparently they don't apply to your club?
  13. Ammie fitba on here. No interested in juniors. Try posting on a page specifically for folk who care aboot junior fitba.
  14. Why is it a joke? Seems a reasonable request to fulfill a heath and safety requirement during a worldwide pandemic.
  15. Positive changes afoot re outdoor sport that should clarify the situation. Announcements due imminently via Sports Scotland.
  16. Eh? I've never been away. We don't do walking away.
  17. Naw just till yacant gives wee Nicola the ok
  18. Applies in most sports these days. I'm heavily involved at a national level in another sport. Even there the commitment can be less than 100%. Always stuns me - in my era you would sweat blood and give everything to play for your country at an international level. If only players looked closely at their management team and respected the amount of time and effort coaches devote just so they could make it possible for players to actually take to the park in a Saturday they might act differently. Probably not though.
  19. Depends on commitment. These days players want to take Saturdays aff to go shopping wi the wife, go on stag do's, wee weekend breaks wi their pals, get tattoos done, spent the house, etc. Work commitments are understandable but anything else is just a kick in the hawmaws to a committed coaching team. Especially when the returning player goes in the huff when he doesn't waltz straight back into the team or organizes a wee break on major dates predetermined in the calendar for Scottish etc. If ye sign on the dotted line you should be 100% committed or dont bother. Same for any team sport actually. Nae wonder management and coaching teams get py55hed aff and eventually lose the enthusiasm.
  20. I remember having some tremendous rammies on here about this very same topic in about 2009 with the Burtisland Sniper and a few other guys. In those days you could get a 10 page all out square go started no bother. Brilliant memories! Amateur clubs would need to be turning over some amount of coin to even contemplate expenses let alone wages. Unless they had a sugar daddy. Makes ye wonder.
  21. Like groundhog day - we had this thread 10 years ago
  22. It's pretty simple. Call an egm now. Agree on a way forward and allow clubs to prepare. Then simply ratify it at the agm. Constitutions are ostensibly robust in nature but are in place for the benefit of the organisation not to hinder it. Other than not knowing a league start date everything else can be clarified and when the go button is pressed by the government clubs will be ready. Voice of Reason AFC.
  23. Secure yer Clubhouse. Some boolin clubs getting tanned. Bad times bring oot bad people.
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