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  1. Partick VS Falkirk

    Boring boring match thread
  2. Partick VS Falkirk

    For the Bairns enquiring about Munn's this was 11.30am this morning... https://www.facebook.com/groups/2215597422/permalink/10155676479157423/
  3. Ian McCall Appreciation Thread

    Managing Thistle his reign seemed unspectacular at times challenging for promotion once but comparing his tactics, his motivation and most importantly his signings to what we have now he is light years ahead of Archibald. He's got Archie's number, expect 3 more victories against us this season. We aren't going up so I hope McCall's honest men win the league.
  4. Ayr Utd vs Partick Thistle

    Decent highlights apart from the content. We created f**k all and didn't trouble the Ayr defence bar Doolan's header and that's a half chance at best, Ayr had 4 or 5 of them on top of their goals.
  5. Ayr Utd vs Partick Thistle

    We really continued on from last season today. Our squad is so weak. We don't have anybody who can do anything creative. When your starting 11 are that shite and you can offer nothing from the bench well frankly that is a terrible position to be in at the start of the season. At this point I'm not sure if Ayr are actually good relative to other teams or we're just relgeatiom level rotten but I think they'll be in the play offs fairly comfortably. Archie will limp on until his position become untenable, that threshold remains unclear, <3 points in August and surely his time has come. Thoroughly enjoyable day regardless. Ps Your away end behind the goal smells like my close.
  6. Ayr Utd vs Partick Thistle

    we won't score, not only are we shite but the young looking Ayr keeper took his stick well and gave it back like 'LOL have you seen your team wee man'. confidence.
  7. Ayr Utd vs Partick Thistle

    Deja vu for sure. Feel sorry for Melbourne, c**t has been hung out to dry, left back at right back, great work on the signings Alan.
  8. Partick Thistle 2018/19 thread

    Absolutely the club could give free tickets or give to an appropriate charity. The club aren't paying for the banner though and even if they were the small amount it costs is nothing for 300 people being made homeless overnight. I see nobody has addressed the points about everything being political and the fact the club already supports minorities fighting for justice by way of the anti racism campaign and LGBT rights.
  9. Partick Thistle 2018/19 thread

    I take that point but the fact that Celtic have done it doesn't mean we cant/shouldn't. I've seen a Hibs one and they are all over Europe too. I know the club provided tickets and transport for asylum seekers in the red road flats in the past. We are a proudly non sectarian inclusive club, supposedly a community club, the UK government are evicting asylum seekers from their property on our doorstep against the backdrop of a hostile environment. Showing solidarity with them is the right thing to do, and we might even get some extra punters through the door.
  10. Partick Thistle 2018/19 thread

    Is there any money left in the flat kitty jagfox? Could we consider a Refugees Welcome banner in red and yellow for the back of the Lambie? http://www.heraldscotland.com/news/16384920.glasgow-blindsided-as-refugees-face-mass-evictions/
  11. Ayr Utd vs Partick Thistle

    West of the Moon was glorious with a huge beer garden, free chips and a big f**k off bouncy castle the last time the fixture Gods sent us for a sunny opening day in Ayr. News has reached us of it's demise. Any other recommendations for beer gardens? Bouncy castles welcome but not essential. I think McCall has our number but it'll be a great day out regardless.
  12. League Cup 18/19 - Group E

    Fairly poor but a wee glimpse of potential in Storey and Fitzpatrick for the forthcoming season. Not much happened. I liked Cliftonhill and Owen's.
  13. League Cup 18/19 - Group E

    Also very much looking forward to my first visit to Cliftonhill, let's hope they do a better job with the pies than Stenny managed.
  14. AWAY SUPPORTERS WELCOME - AYR UNITED

    Our party are seeking beer garden with bouncy castle for the opening fixture in Ayr. Can The Bellrock provide?
  15. Takeaways

    Aye the burgers are amazing, combine it with a visit to drygate on your way back into town and it makes the trip well worthwhile.
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