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  1. Cumbernauld United 2017-2018

    Don't put your mortgage on it with this weather.
  2. Perhaps the ref was desperate to get to Nardini's and just didn't want to wait another hour ?
  3. Presumably that will be in the referee's report then. Were any players or officials called to the referee's room after the abandonment of the match ?
  4. Cumbernauld United 2017-2018

    If the club has the money then there's nothing wrong with spending it to improve the team. It's when the club spends money that they don't have that problems arise. I have no reason to believe that Cumbernauld are spending beyond their means.
  5. Wrong, the referee didn't see anything. Why would he abandon the match then, if he didn't see anything ? I can understand people connected to the two clubs not wanting to say anything about what went on, but if the referee saw nothing then surely somebody in some official capacity at the game (assistant referee or observer) saw something which was serious enough to persuade the referee that the match had to be abandoned.
  6. The ref must have seen something or he wouldn't have seen fit to abandon the match. The match will unquestionably be replayed, which Largs will be a bit miffed about as they were ahead and playing against ten men, but that's the rules (I think).
  7. I know that was a tongue-in-cheek response, but I don't know if there is anything in the rules which would allow the West Region to make such a decision. I know points have been deducted on numerous occasions for ineligible players, but I can't think of a precedent where a match was abandoned due to the alleged misbehaviour of players and management. The referee's report will be the crucial thing in this, it is possible that he could report individuals for violent conduct, which carries a ban for several games and a fine. I'm talking hypothetically here, as nobody really knows what happened apart from the people at the game, and they all seem have got collective blindness and sore throats.
  8. Cumbernauld United 2017-2018

    Doo doo doo doo doo..... [emoji23]
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    Gary Smith.
  10. Rutherglen Glencairn 2017-18

    Fixture change for Saturday 3rd February 2018 :- Maryhill v Rutherglen Glencairn West Region Super League Division One Lochburn Park 2pm kick off. Date confirmed for Central League Cup 1st round :- St Roch's v Rutherglen Glencairn Saturday 3rd March 2018 James McGrory Park 2pm kick off.
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    This guy is worth looking at for any team who needs a goal scorer. 39 goals in 62 starts + 44 substitute appearances for Glencairn over 4 seasons.
  12. If he reports nothing, then even more questions will be asked.
  13. I wonder what the ramifications will be regarding the abandonment of Largs v Cambuslang on Saturday. I suppose it will all depend on what the referee's report says, but an abandoned competitive match due to the alleged misbehaviour of players and officials is a serious matter. Has there been a precedent for this kind of abandonment in a competitive game ? I can't think of one off hand, but if there is then can anybody remember what action (if any) was taken ?
  14. Bo'ness United 2017/18

    We're looking forward to welcoming the Bo'ness support to The Celsius Stadium on Saturday, as long as the weather permits. A reminder that there is only one entrance to the stadium, so please leave yourself plenty of time to get in before kick off at 1.45pm. The car park will probably be full quite quickly, but there is plenty of free on-street parking in the roads around the stadium. Also a reminder that Aikenhead Road is closed between Curling Crescent (at the Celtic end of Hampden) and Prospecthill Road. It's unlikely that many of the Bo'ness supporters will be affected by that, but if you are coming off the M74 at the Polmadie junction then it's probably best to take the option to come up to Rutherglen via Shawfield instead of via the Hampden route.
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