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  1. Inverness vs Dunfermline

    Erm this is our 2nd consecutive season in this league. If your talking about us being out the top league, we had some small off field troubles that hampered our progress
  2. Is this a scam

    Must be a c**t if your phoning to see what see wants from the shop
  3. Inverness vs Dunfermline

    We have a strange ability to be dire against united for years at a time, however we tend to win the big games vs them(not that there's been many), me might just do it. I fucking love blind hope.
  4. New clubs in the East of Scotland

    Fort william dropping down would do it
  5. Kelty Hearts 17/18 thread

    He's quite good at it tbf
  6. Inverness vs Dunfermline

    Think celay work on a similar system to us. Buy ticket from booth next to turnstiles
  7. Lthv 17/18

    Erm, protest?
  8. Old Firm Colts in L2

    Think this is a little bit of 2 + 2=5 Think emergency loans were set to go anyway as FIFA knew it to be a loop hole, think the English were forced to drop it a couple of seasons ago.
  9. Junior football, what is the future?

    Clubs aren't piggy backing, they are renting facilities, and it won't be for nothing. Clubs need certain facilities. This comes with a cost. There's many different ways that can achieved. You have clubs who have taken out loans to buy/develop grounds, they have long term costs but know there will be a time limit to that after which the cost will stop. Others have waited until they have the required funds, this obviously takes longer to get the required facilities but once achieved comes with relatively little ongoing cost. Others are renting from councils/businesses with sole use, they have constant costs that will unlikely ever disappear, they are paying various different rents and under 101 different agreements over maintenance, development of the facility, who gets the pie stall money, does the club train there etc etc Some are sharing facilities with other sports again 101 different agreements here. Who owns the facility, who has 1st call etc We then have ground sharing clubs, again 101 different agreements all with different cost implications. Some have a strange obsession over ground sharing. It's just another one of the ways clubs get a home ground
  10. Lthv 17/18

    It become necessary when games keep getting called off, got to have a champion in time. Giving games are now being scheduled daily is any game that's called off going be re-scheduled for the next available day?
  11. Inverness vs Dunfermline

    Feels like every week is a big game at the moment and this is no different. I'm expecting a good battle hopefully we come out on top.
  12. Junior football, what is the future?

    There enough quality players willing to travel, clubs don't need to worry about the odd couple that can't. Players are well used to traveling, they've done it for years before even playing 1st team football
  13. Pars vs Brechin

    That was as boring 4-0 win as you can get. 2 mins in and it was game over, there was no tempo to the game. Brechin probably lucky they aren't going to face a side needing a boost to their goal difference, there was big score line available if we chased it. Did the professional thing tho and conserved energy and avoid any bookings/injuries.
  14. Junior football, what is the future?

    Kelty have enjoyed it. Your main gripe is against travel times rather than mismatches. You honestly expect ambition players to be worrying about travel times, even in your exaggerated scenario there are many players willing to put in the commitment required. There are part time players traveling 90 mins + to train?dozens who will travel 3-4-hours for home games.