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  1. The Falkirk FC Thread

    I'm assuming their parent clubs would be releasing them on loan to play first team football so would be looking for guarantees of that happening.as it stands I wouldn't want those 2 loan signings being our front 2. If I had to choose it would easily be the Jak.
  2. The Falkirk FC Thread

    I dont want to raise the expectations too high for the media team, but after their recent top class performance this week I will be slightly dissapointed if an as yet unknown signing doesn't come swaggering out to model the new strip tonight. Asking too much I know, but it would be pretty glorious.
  3. The Falkirk FC Thread

    I know, good call. I feel horrible
  4. The Falkirk FC Thread

    I must admit I was one foot in that camp, after hearing he produced the fastest recorded time we have had I thought at least he has one attribute the others can be worked on. Oh how wrong I was. Will gladly take 10 lashings for that small glimmer of hope. I think it's safe to say though (or at least I fucking hope so) sammut is more than just fit (both senses of the word) with him saying he sees himself as a box to box midfielder, it bodes well that his fitness is at a premium right from the off.
  5. The Falkirk FC Thread

    Drowning pool - 'bodies' to be played in the tunnel before kickoff
  6. The Sons 2018/19

    I'm glad Loy has signed for you guys rather than a team in our division. I really hope he finds his form again for yous. Was fantastic for us first time round and pre season and the first 20mins of the opener against St Mirren. Got injured then a downward spiral followed which I believe was due to circumstances off the field. Wish him all the best and will be looking out for your results next season to see if he can get his confidence back and concentrate on what he is good at.
  7. Walking Down The Halbeath Road

    About 45 seconds in, that exact term is used. Not wasting anymore time in this.
  8. Walking Down The Halbeath Road

    Wow, maybe it is more difficult than I thought. He could have went to a lower league where he'd be a regular starter. He thought he could still do a job in this league so decided to join a club where he may not okay as regularly but will be a useful member of the squad. He's likely to start some games, and sit on the bench for others. For others he may might not even be in the matchday squad. Football is a squad game and he seems happy to be a squad player. That's all I was asking, so he thinks he can still do a job but has had no guarantees of starting, so it's more down to him wanting to sign and try and earn his place and dunfermline taking a punt on him rather than him being actively sought after. Or quite the 'coup' as has been suggested.
  9. Walking Down The Halbeath Road

    Absolutely. He wasn't exactly in demand at the level he thinks he can play at, has admitted himself that he wants to keep playing rather than start coaching full time and is at a club which traditionally pays lower wages than the club that he left (crazy Masterton era apart). I mean, I could try and add diagrams and charts but it's not the hardest thing to understand (or at least I didn't think so) So he wants to keep playing but has chose to go to a team where he will be on the bench?
  10. The Falkirk FC Thread

    Only if they are Dutch mind
  11. The Falkirk FC Thread

    Who was it that was quick to rubbish the fraser hornby shout because there was no way a Premier league youngster that plays for Scotland U21s would join us in this division?
  12. Walking Down The Halbeath Road

    So do you think he has dropped his wages to sit on the bench at dunfermline?
  13. The Falkirk FC Thread

    Blues lives in my street, hopefully that's his wee corsa off the pavements now!
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