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  1. Good to see Gerry Britton break up the monotony of the lockdown by doing his own hostage video.
  2. Playoffs moved to June this year if situation allows the games to be played.
  3. A genuine no lose trade for the Cardinals. Dumped a salary they wanted rid of and get a genuine superstar in return. Delighted with that, Keim doing a decent job for a change.
  4. Regardless of whether anyone cares about it there's meant to be 8 UEFA teams in it in 2021 and I imagine FIFA won't be keen on moving it to suit UEFA.
  5. Prices were £27-£30 for the Euro qualifier campaign but they didn't categorise them this time so Russia and Belgium was the same price as Kazakhstan, Cyprus and San Marino. Worked out £18-£21 a ticket if you bought the 5 match package which was decent value other than the fact it meant you'd paid £90-£105 for the 5 games and we were pretty much out before we'd played a home game.
  6. Slovakia sold out at 4 points on the old system and the Czech Republic friendly went down to 1, don't see either making it to 0 points this time around.
  7. Israel (H) - Friday 4th September Czech Republic (A) - Monday 7th September Slovakia (H) - Thursday 8th October Czech Republic (H) - Sunday 11th October Slovakia (A) - Saturday 14th November Israel (A) - Tuesday 17th November
  8. Suggestions on whether to book in advance or turn up on the day? Best to buy in advance, a lot pf teams we've played in recent years have done mobile tickets or print at home. Keep an eye on the tamb forum or the Tartan Army facebook groups nearer the time as there's usually plenty on there buying for the home end and offer advice on how to buy.
  9. In your example the playoff spots should go to the group B winners based on what I've read. I'd probably be sceptical about it though and expect UEFA to shift the goal posts if one of the big countries massively fucks up in the normal qualifiers.
  10. You'll hardly ever struggle for a ticket in the home end at a Scotland away game, you'll get one for Czech Republic no bother. Your only problem is occasionally you might get a country that decides to clamp down on away fans in the home end like Macedonia did years ago but I doubt it'll happen in Prague.
  11. Israel, Slovakia and Czech Republic. Meh but winnable
  12. Have you just ripped off UEFA's own explanation, made it worse and then made it into a blog?
  13. I believe we switched wholesale because of the Celtic game in January where the old ticketing company the club used were blamed for selling tickets for seats which didn't exist to Celtic fans and part of the club statement about it was about finding a new ticketing provider. At least we now have a PR expert on the board for when the inevitable shambles happens at the Dunfermline game.
  14. Don't forget they also sent ballot papers to under 16s to vote which is against their own rules alongisde not sending out papers to a large number of eligible voters. Two of those in charge at the time are now on the club's board.
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