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Kilsyth Coyle

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About Kilsyth Coyle

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    Kilsyth Rangers

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  1. Kilsyth Rangers 2017 / 2018

    Well fingers crossed we get the tie played asap. Our boys won't have played a competitive game in weeks [emoji51]
  2. Kilsyth Rangers 2017 / 2018

    Am I correct in thinking that this is the final opportunity Scone Thistle have in getting this tie played at home?? After this weekend (their 3rd) attempt, it would be then moved to Kilsyth??
  3. Thistle Weir Youth Academy (Grassroots) 2005's are looking to add an experienced and competent defender to their under 13's squad. Looking for a player who has played at either Pro-Youth level or good level of Boys Club football. Players are provided with full match day and training kit, including club tracksuit. Training is on Monday and Wednesday evenings and delivered at First Class facilities in North Glasgow. If interested contact: 07999047115
  4. Bo'ness United 2017/18

    Decent crowd in??
  5. Scottish Cup Weekend

    Be very surprised if it's not off with this amount of rain!
  6. Livingston v Glenafton

    Mon the Glens! Best of Luck Today!!!!
  7. New Stadia

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  8. Livingston v Glenafton

    Yeah ok!! Keep enjoying the Seniors [emoji42][emoji42]
  9. Livingston v Glenafton

    Well I shall clarify my point then!! There is a difference between shouting at a game and having an opinion, than shouting obscenities as you say! I didn't imply that people are entitled to shout obscenities at the games. Supporters can release there frustrations by having an opinion or have a bit of banter with players and fellow supporters whilst supporting their own team!! How many times have you gone to watch a senior game and been told "sit down" or "you need to calm your noise down" by stewards. It's a competitive game of football ffs lol [emoji23][emoji23] Obviously there is going to be a "little" noise and fans getting excitement throughout the game lol!! Part and parcel of the game which in many senior games is being lost IMO. Hopefully this will have clarified this issue [emoji106]
  10. Livingston v Glenafton

    Aye ok Shanner [emoji23][emoji23][emoji23]
  11. Livingston v Glenafton

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  12. Livingston v Glenafton

    A very narrow minded opinion if I'm being honest!! Yes, the standard of football in the Premiership and Championship is most certainly a higher standard than Juniors, but £20 or more per game??? Come on lol [emoji23][emoji23]?? Out with the two top divisions I would say there is very little difference in standard. Senior by name, but no better than junior in nature!! Take yourself out the "senior think tank" box and look at things from the outside. At the end of the day it's the same game, Junior or Senior! Are you seeing goals?? Are you seeing a competitive match?? Are you close to the action?? Do you feel as if you're being entertained?? The Junior game ticks all of these boxes for me. Plenty goals, competitive games each week and decent banter! All for a reasonable price, in a day and age where there are many other things to do with your expendable income! Football is football at the end of the day, and the Senior Game I enjoy to watch on the tv thanks [emoji106][emoji460]️[emoji106]
  13. Livingston v Glenafton

    So what happened to value for money?? Being competitive??
  14. Livingston v Glenafton

    Sorry???
  15. Livingston v Glenafton

    Terrible price for a game this early in the tournament!! As pointed out by another poster, the senior game needs to get a reality check and realise that it is way off the mark in terms of value for money and the product on the pitch! One of the many reasons I turned my back on the senior game many years ago. Junior football all day long for me. Great value for a good standard of football (not much less if any) as a comparison to the senior game. Yes, the grounds can be a bit dated with a lack of facilities at times, but what it lacks in, it more than makes up in character, passion, desire and tradition, that much of the senior game has lost and lacks!! And this is just the supporters lol! Teams are on a level with one another, where any team on their day can beat one another. Their isn't the monopoly of money polluting the game itself. You're also free to stand and watch the game, pay on the gate and not being ripped of at the pie stall for a snack or tea / Bovril (unlike many senior counterparts). Junior football in my opinion is the way senior game once was. The "working mans game". A place where you're entitled to shout your opinion, release your frustrations of a hard weeks work and have a banter with your fellow supporters and players. A level where you can feel part of your club and make a genuine difference. This is where the senior game has failed us football supporters. Mon the Juniors!!! Good luck to the Glens [emoji106][emoji106]
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