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  1. Sons' sorrow

    It's not even people who manage to go to most games though. As I live in the South of England the opportunities for me to attend matches are very limited - I try to make at least one or two each season but there is no way I would describe myself as a part-time supporter. I was born in Dumbarton and I have supported the team for over 40 years. I read P&B and the official site every day and I judge myself every much a Sons fan (and always will) as someone who has the luck to attend every game.
  2. Sons' sorrow

    I thought that was a great statement- very well written.
  3. Sons' sorrow

    Of course we do - get them loaded laddie.
  4. Sons' sorrow

    I was there too - the start of the first golden age.
  5. Sons' sorrow

    I was in pretty much the same place. Saw it all unfold in slow, increasingly horrifying, motion.
  6. Sons' sorrow

    I thought it was stonewaller at the time with his shirt being nearly ripped off. The angles on the replays don't show what happened in the lead up so it is not possible to tell if a foul was committed before.
  7. Sons' sorrow

    I assume that with the international break some of the usual knuckle draggers from the ugly sisters from Dumbarton came along for the day, never to be seen again. I don't want to be too unfair though, anyone who identifies themselves as a Sons' supporter, even for day, who wears the colours, supports the team and pays their money, to my mind, is very welcome
  8. Sons' sorrow

    Totally agree with Wilf, some of the comments are a little unfair. I thought we more than competed and actually played well, especially the first half. What a great build up though. Full marks to the club, the Trust and all the fans for fantastic day out. As I said in the pub before we headed to the game, it all goes downhill from here (tongue in cheek of course). I met a number of people who said they would start going back to games - we'll soon see if they do.
  9. Sons' sorrow

    On the train. Sons FC Jr with some advice for us all!
  10. Sons' sorrow

    We're just leaving. Here we go. Here we go. Here we go.
  11. Sons' sorrow

    I live 5 mins from Gatwick. He is (more than) welcome to spend the night here and come up with us (South of Nuneaton Supporters (SONS)). We would take very good care of him.
  12. Sons' sorrow

    I don't think he does either.
  13. Sons' sorrow

    Will they be available at the final?
  14. Sons' sorrow

    This is what defines following a small(er) team for me. The passion, the excitement and the atmosphere of the cup games. I remember a cup game away to Hamilton when over 10,000 turned up (it was never offside) and the cup run to Hampden against Hearts - the home games against Kilmarnock and Thistle. These were the golden days for following the Sons and these cup games live far longer than the league games.