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  1. EOSFL match attendances 2018/19

    I pointed out the 110000 from 1000 games which I think you referred to on that thread was for all games EOS/SOS/LL. I think East Kilbride/East Stirling/Spartans get decent crowds the post further up the page seems to suggest they get more than the majority of the teams going to EOS Premier next season. If East Kilbride do get promoted to SPFl they will be replaced by either Berwick or Albion Rovers both of which will increase the leagues average as well,
  2. Junior Day

    Ooft state of that and some of your previous posts. Saw some of them at Kelty last season, none of them caused the problems you suggested. Sure we had more problems at Kelty when the drunken rabble from Kilwinning were here a few seasons back. If you don't want to be bothered with groundhoppers ,why not still market a junior day? Someone suggested the September international weekend earlier, get advertising and organise it for then.
  3. EOSFL match attendances 2018/19

    Keltys average will fall slightly after Wednesday night though, the two midweek league games they had earlier in the season were by far their two lowest crowds of the season. Probably still be ahead of the wee rose though.
  4. EOSFL match attendances 2018/19

    Teams currently challenging for promotion to Lowland league are Bonnyrigg avge 334, Penicuik/Hill of Beath/Musselburgh avges 198/142/223 and Broxburn/Linlithgow averages 169/343, Are you seriously suggesting that if any of these clubs get promoted then every game bar one their attendances would fall below 100. 2) Last tally for lowland league teams saw seven getting averages of over 100, are you saying the some of the teams above would be failing to match home gates of say Gala and Dalbeattie Star? 3) No idea how you get an average of 110 for Lowland league games. 4) 3 games attendance tbc on Saturdays Lowland league games, so quite clear you are being selective in your data. East Kilbride attendance not given , averaging over 180 before Saturday though. Christ if a wee diddy team like Kelty can improve their attendances from EOS to Lowland league then none of the teams challenging for promotion should either if they are promoted.
  5. EOSFL match attendances 2018/19

    Load of s**** If any club challenging for promotion gets to Lowland league none of them should be getting crowds of less than 100.
  6. Junior Day

    Disagree with you on this one Alan, for instance I can see where the Irvine meadow guy was coming from, although I would argue if their was an 8pm kick off game then it would be reasonably to assume it would be between two teams a lot closer than two hours apart. Obviously it would have to be at home of one of the clubs with floodlights as well.
  7. Junior Day

    Ok that's a fair point but wouldn't a player from say an Ayrshire team have to do that anyway say if they were drawn away to a North or Tayside team in the Scottish junior cup?
  8. Junior Day

    Groundhop dates were finalised last July, eight months notice would be enough time for players of two teams playing at 11am would it not.
  9. Junior Cup Final

    Maybe he was suggesting it as a neutral venue?
  10. Kelty Hearts lowland league quest

    Could name it after one of the club legends, maybe even the last manager?
  11. Fauldhouse United 2018/19

    No strong feeling either way about the club, always been treated well when visiting but if some supporters post on here stuff that doesn't seem to be correct then I will reply. Unlike jackjarviscraiglang and tomwilson(not a Fauldhouse supporter going by his other posts?)then it won't get personal.
  12. Fauldhouse United 2018/19

    Ooft the state of that post, what a raging mess.
  13. General Politics Thread

    Some of the replies are pretty amusing though.
  14. Cowdenbeath survived the play offs by the skin of their teeth twice. Once in the lottery of a penalty shootout and by decking the Cove keeper to score a dubious goal. Both play offs could have very easily went the other way. They' just brought in a goalkeeper on an emergency loan as well, but that's ok because allowed You trot out this bollocks time and time again, who makes the decision that these leagues will have to be further strengthened?