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  1. Fauldhouse United 2018/19

    Welcome to the Hoose Michael...look forward to seeing you in action. Go the Hoose!!
  2. Fauldhouse United 2018/19

    Fully echo and endorse your sentiments JC. Good luck "Down Under" Sean......
  3. Fauldhouse United 2018/19

    Good result on Sat for the hoose and good to see Jack getting a goal, which I hope will be a good confidence booster for him. Big test for the hoose on Saturday when Broughty come to Park View but I'm sure the lads will be well up for that challenge, so here's hoping we get a good result. Go the Hoose!!
  4. Fauldhouse United 2018/19

    Football can be a strange game at times and none more so than Saturday's game. For the first hour we looked very average and Glenrothes fully deserved their lead then boom! Total transformation probably sparked by JC's substitutions and it certainly ignited the Hoose performance and the game overall. From then there was only one team in it and we had wave after wave of very positive attacking play and we got our rewards. Yes we could have won the game especially with 1 on one chance with the keeper from a great through ball and given the keeper near the end made 2 outstanding saves yes 3 points could have been ours but being 2 down in the game you would've probably considered a point wasn't that bad in the end. If the Hoose can raise their game to that on show and experienced in the last 30mins then we will soon start racking the points up. I agree with Fluff that the fighting, never say die attitude was certainly back at the end of the game and some of the attacking football on show also then was a joy to watch. Fair play to the lads who worked and fought as a team! Go the Hoose.....let's start against Tayport on Saturday where we finished off against Glenrothes!!
  5. Fauldhouse United 2018/19

    Great 3 points yesterday....well done to JC & all the lads. 2 wins on the trot and 6 goals just the confidence booster that is needed to spur us on. Next game at home to Glenrothes so fingers crossed we carry on the this good run.....Looking forward to the game (earlier ko 1:45pm on Sat). Go the Hoose!!
  6. Fauldhouse United 2018/19

    Fully agree Fluff. The team on Saturday looked a more cohesive unit and all the players worked hard to support each other which led to a very solid and impressive performance. IMO the defence looked very solid and we created lots of other chances in attack and being honest could've scored a few more goals on a good day. I cant recall Glenrothes troubling our new keeper very much either.....long may that continue. As you say lets hope this positive performance helps us on our trip to Kirriemuir on Saturday. Go the Hoose!!
  7. Fauldhouse United 2018/19

    Lochore 2 Fauldhouse 4 Difficult conditions and a very tight park yesterday made it hard for the Hoose to get a firm grip on this game but the team showed a good commitment and especially in the second half played some good football with both the 3rd and 4th goals very well worked and taken. If the ref had awarded a (stone wall) penalty in the first half the score-line may have been more convincing. Overall the Hoose IMO deserved the win and the most important thing is that we are in the next round. All the best to Lochore for the rest of the season. Go the Hoose!
  8. Fauldhouse United 2018/19

    Fully agree with your comments Fluff, Saturday's performance was a 100% team effort from start to finish and from the goalkeeper to the forwards. All the players worked hard and there was a real desire and positivity about the team....great to see. Long may this continue!! Go the Hoose!!
  9. Today's score 25th Aug

    Fauldhouse 3 Forfar WE 2. F/T
  10. Today's score 25th Aug

    Fauldhouse 3 Forfar WE 1 h/t
  11. Fauldhouse United 2018/19

    Glenrothes 1 Fauldhouse 1 h/t. (macmillian)
  12. Today's scores 18th Aug

    Glenrothes 1 Fauldhouse 1 h/t
  13. Fauldhouse United 2018/19

    NOTE : Livingston Reserves v Fauldhouse Tue 7 Aug 18 is now an 8pm kick off (on the pitch outside Livingston's Stadium). Go the Hoose!!
  14. Today's scores

    Broughty 0 Fauldhouse 0 h/t
  15. Fauldhouse United 2018/19

    Big opening game for the Hoose on Saturday travelling up to take on the 2nd favourites for the league Broughty Athletic. Looking forward to seeing how the lads shape up in what should be a good tough match at a ground that carried very mixed fortune for us over the last 10 years. Go the new season...GO THE HOOSE!!
  16. Fauldhouse United 2018/19

    Full Time ; St Anthony's 2 Fauldhouse 3 (Currie, Gribben & Magee) Go The Hoose!!
  17. Fauldhouse United 2018/19

    It was very sad this week to hear of the sudden and unexpected passing of Chic Coll. Chic was a committee member for many years and played a key role in securing funding for the current pavilion/changing rooms, he regularly attended games and was a great supporter of the Club. RIP Chic.
  18. Fauldhouse United 2018/19

    Sounds like the lads played well, scored few goals and increased match fitness...….good outcome all round. Good luck tomorrow at St Anthony's....Go the hoose!!
  19. Fauldhouse United 2017/18

    2 home draws and not a bad league cup section....quite good overall IMO. We better get used to crossing the bridge next season however on a positive note we do have 2 local derbies to look forward to. Go the hoose!!
  20. Fauldhouse United 2017/18

    Some more pics from the Park View pitch improvement works.....go the hoose!!
  21. Fauldhouse United 2017/18

    Nipped into the park today to see how the work was progressing and was amazed to see the sheer quantities/ mounds of grass, soil and sand etc that have been removed. Shows just what a massive task/job this is....looking forward to seeing the new pitch emerge at the end. I'm sure it will be fantastic! Go the Hoose!!
  22. Fauldhouse United 2017/18

    As per response to John-n-C.. appreciate you taking time to post this and hope to see you at Park View next season nutmeg. Go the Hoose!!
  23. Fauldhouse United 2017/18

    Always good to hear someone from outside the club set up commenting very positively about either the professional standards or the set up/facilities. It shows that the management, the committee and our supporters are moving in the right direction. Hope to see you back at Park View next season John-n-C. Thanks for taking time to post this...appreciated! Go the "professional standard setting" Hoose!!!
  24. Fauldhouse United 2017/18

    Not even mid June yet the squad is already taking shape and looking good. Given the successful run Wishaw had in the Junior Cup last season and the fact they scored 68 goals in the league last season the 2 new signings look positive. Go The Hoose!!
  25. Fauldhouse United 2017/18

    INTERESTING NEWPAPER ARTICLE ON THE EAST SPLIT Scottish Junior Football Association secretary Tom Johnston admits they didn’t do enough to convince Junior clubs in the east to stay, although he doesn’t know what more they could have done. Junior football in the east has changed drastically with 24 clubs having signed up for the East of Scotland League as of next season. Every club east of West Lothian has departed, leaving behind an association mainly comprised of Fife and Tayside based clubs. The format of the East Juniors for next season is still to be rubber-stamped by administrators, but the Evening News understands a regionalised structure of three leagues will be put in place. Johnston, secretary of the SJFA, says Junior football still has a future, although he says they’ll learn a lot from the east exodus. “We’ll just continue as we have done before,” said Johnston. “It might be a depleted East Region we have, but we are still very strong in the north and the west. We will continue as we have done previously. “It’s disappointing to see all these clubs leaving, especially seeing as they have been around for a long, long time as Junior clubs. If that’s what they want to do... it’s really entirely up to them. We’ll focus on the teams that remain and we’ll march on. “It seems to have been a kind of domino effect recently, a lot of clubs left because of others. I don’t know what we could have done about that. We’ll look at it and we’ll learn. From what remains, we’ll try and make that stronger.” Johnston is confident west clubs won’t end up joining an equivalent league, with plans still in place to bring the Juniors in line with the SFA’s Pyramid. He continued: “If we get in at tier 6 in the Pyramid, I don’t think there would be any requirement for them to leave. What they have got there in the west is a pretty strong organisation, so I don’t see the same applying in the west. “We’ll learn from the situation in the east and we’ll make improvements and we’ll take it forward. “Obviously we didn’t do enough to convince clubs to stay in the Juniors, but I don’t know what else we could have done. I went out and met the clubs and talked with them. Even up until the rest of the clubs started pulling out, we had conviction from them that they would continue. People changed their mind at the last minute, so I don’t know how we would have been expected to cater or cope with that.”