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  1. The Falkirk FC Thread

    I heard this last night from a reliable source.
  2. The Falkirk FC Thread

    In typical Falkirk fashion there was an error in offering Sibbs his new contract. I understand that they got the dates of the new contract wrong so there was a few days gap between the expiry and the start. Due to the discrepancy he's technically a free agent so we won't get compensation.
  3. P&b Running Club

    That's pretty close to Ruchill. I sometime wonder about the logic of having Parkun's so close together. I do like Vic Park, even though it's a 3 laps it's such a nice park it doesn't seem to get boring.
  4. P&b Running Club

    In Garscadden Woods, or something like that. Was there on Saturday, and can confirm you suffer if you go out too fast on the first lap! Absolutely spot on with that analysis! I think it's the 5th hilliest in the UK in terms of overall elevation so not for the faint of heart.
  5. The Falkirk FC Thread

    What about David Goodwillie? He's banged in 25 goals this season with Clyde and probably would't be demanding the earth salary wise.
  6. The Falkirk FC Thread

    He'll go where the the money is.
  7. I'll be making my decision on attending based on the number, and over exuberance levels, of the St Mirren fans in the town prior to the game. I'd rather sit in the pub than sit and listen to them celebrating for 90 mins.
  8. P&b Running Club

    Drumchapel is definitely not one for the faint hearted!
  9. P&b Running Club

    It's a killer, as is Dunfermline!
  10. P&b Running Club

    It's got the same elevation as Falkirk but it's much harder due to it's undulating nature.
  11. The Falkirk FC Thread

    We'd be foolish not to capitalise. It's been done it in the past and should be done again if there's a chance of some extra revenue.
  12. The Falkirk FC Thread

    Well even if that's the case I still expect they'll need more than the North Stand.
  13. The Falkirk FC Thread

    They'll be getting a trophy.
  14. The Falkirk FC Thread

    So St Mirren at home on the last game of the season. I'm presuming that we'll be giving them the North Stand and half of the West? They'll easily sell 4000 tickets.
  15. Moat boring season ever?

    It's been pretty dire to be honest, but I probably wouldn't be saying that if Falkirk were in St Mirren's position.