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  1. Looks like good progress being made regarding signings at the Tin Pail.
  2. Viewfield Rovers AFC 18-19

    Clearly some fantastic work going on to re-establish the great image of the club. Well done to all concerned. GK Coach
  3. Another very warm night ( Monday) for the latest Vale session. Great turn-out yet again, and good to watch a young Greenock Morton signing in working with the older goalkeepers - not only attached to the Tin Pail - but also amateur football and Under-19s. Did not look out of place. Attendances by all accounts at every training session have been very good. Clearly a reflection on the way new manager Mark MacKay has gone about his business from day one.
  4. The current weather conditions cant be making it pleasant for managers, coaches and players to work in - no matter their level in football - and especially if they are part-time.
  5. Goalkeeper Needed

    Great set-up for an up-and-coming goalie or one more experienced
  6. Hearing funeral will be at Daldowie Crematorium on Wednesday, 11th July at 12.45pm. Would anticipate many ex-players who played for Mr Curran, plus coaches and committee members from the junior clubs he was involved with will pay their respects.
  7. Another good resigning made by the new manager.
  8. SEASON TICKETS SALES: CLUB ANNOUNCEMENT AS OF WEDNESDAY, JULY 4. OFFICIALS have confirmed SEASON TICKETS are priced at £60 Adults, and £35 Senior Citizens and Children - good value given the recent re-shaping of the West Region set-up and the Tin Pail's division, which now features Ayrshire clubs. Three promotion places are up-for-grabs. For anyone interested in purchasing a season ticket(s) - and helping the progression of the Tollcross club under new management - please respond to this topic. Many thanks for your time.
  9. Everyone around the club will be hoping the local community gets behind and supports those people currently putting in long hours to improve the Fullarton Park ground - plus the new manager and his players.
  10. Don, Goalkeepers have worked brilliantly. The lads - especially at Under-21 and Under-19 level - have taken a great deal from 3 sessions, and everyone has encouraged and supported each other throughout. A real learning process for the gks attached to amateur clubs. Totally agree with your comments about "great men behind the scenes" - they deserve long overdue success. The new managers methods are like a breath of fresh air, and it is good to hear you have bought into his methods by staying at the Tin Pail. Good luck for the season ahead.
  11. Judging by the expression on Don's face, the pre-season sessions must be hard going
  12. Dennis had a great relationship with the good people at St Anthony. Was also manager at Shettleston Juniors and Cumbernauld United. I always found him to be very approachable on any aspect of junior football, and I am positive his good friend Junior Gibson, whose training sessions Dennis reckoned were "top class", will be greatly saddened over the news of his passing. RIP Mr Curran.
  13. Venues listed for 4 league games in August On WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 22nd, ASHFIELD will travel across Glasgow to Fullarton Park ( kick-off 6.45PM) . At the end of that month SALTCOATS VICTORIA F.C. host the Tin Pail.
  14. New manager and committe will greatly appreciate your kind comments.As yesterday demonstrated ( pre-season training sessions) everyone goes that extra mile and more to make everyone welcome at Fullarton Park. By the time clubs have completed around 6 league games a pattern will have been established at the top end of the division. You take care.
  15. Manager Mark MacKay has confirmed two pre-season friendlies against BSC and Wishaw Juniors - both away from Fullarton Park.
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