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5 hours ago, Weshallnotbemoved said:

 The protest that took place was in nearby Malcolm Road close to Warout Primary school due to a suspected child groomer being housed there.

Is it just me or does anyone else think Kelty might have appointed Craig Thomson as head coach of their new reserve side. 

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On 6/11/2019 at 7:32 PM, Hawhaw said:

Is it just me or does anyone else think Kelty might have appointed Craig Thomson as head coach of their new reserve side. 

I’m hearing it’s actually going to be Craig Gibson ....but I’m not falling for those pesky Chinese whispers again. 

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Completing ignoring Pumpherston 2-5 Glenrothes ;)

 

Looks like the Kelty  Hearts feeder club patter has had to be ditched as well.

Edited by gogsy

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1 hour ago, gogsy said:

Completing ignoring Pumpherston 2-5 Glenrothes ;)

 

Looks like the Kelty  Hearts feeder club patter has had to be ditched as well.

I don’t have the time or the crayons to explain this to you.

 

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Glenrothes FC
23 hours ago

Club Statement:

The club would like to announce that Vice Chairman James Aitken and General Manager
Paul Aitken have resigned from the committee and their respective roles at the club. The club and myself personally would like to put on record our thanks to James and Paul for their contribution to the club over the last 9 WEEKS, both have been stalwarts in ensuring the club's BIRTH over this period which at times was very challenging. 

 

 

FTFY, Pete 

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Told a friend the minute it was announced they were joining the EOS, those 2 would be for the off this season and have been proved right so might as well get my tuppence worth in. First let me say that although he couldn’t organise a car boot sale in a charity shop Paul tried his best and was always a welcoming figure in and around Warout. Jim is an absolute gentleman who worked tirelessly for GJFC  and the new club will find it extremely difficult to replace him. The award of honorary membership is testament to this and a fantastic gesture by Glenrothes FC 2019. Pity it’s taken this long for a Glens committee member worthy of such an accolade.

 

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On ‎3‎/‎9‎/‎2019 at 9:58 PM, Hawhaw said:

Been told you’ve edited this post twice already and yet it’s still a lot of p!sh. As for the big leagues heard today there’s a few ready to move back once confirmation that ERJFA will be in at tier 6 is announced next week.

This post hasn't aged well, good to see Kirkcaldy & Dysart joining EOS league, more to come.

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22 hours ago, gogsy said:

This post hasn't aged well, good to see Kirkcaldy & Dysart joining EOS league, more to come.

Says more about the demise of Kirkcaldy YM. Just like Glenrothes they fell into the wrong hands and are so far behind Thornton that they’re now joining ranks with the Shippy. Travelling to Peebles and Hawick to beat similar amateur sides 5 and 6 nil because they can’t get out of a league consisting of Rosyth and Newburgh. You’re right there’s more to come though, Kennoway are heading in the same direction.

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