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Mr. Mojo Risin'

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About Mr. Mojo Risin'

  • Birthday 15/06/1995

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    Ayr
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    Ayr United

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  1. All we need to do is play the equality card. Get a guy with a pair of tits and paint it on him too. Any angry women say anything about it and they are just sexist pigs.
  2. Yeah that's right. We have also won every play-off final we've been in (2009 vs Airdrie, 2011 vs Brechin and now 2016 vs Stranraer) as the two we lost were Semi-Finals (2012 vs Airdrie and 2014 vs Cowdenbeath).
  3. 1. This is the One 2. I am the Resurrection 3. Bye Bye Badman 4. Fools Gold 5. Made of Stone
  4. 1. Whatever 2. I'm Outta Time 3. Champagne Supernova 4. Live Forever 5. Let There Be Love
  5. It is true, Ayr won 2-0. The last time Ayr United played on Christmas day was an old Division 1 match at Partick Thistle, which Ayr won 1-0 in 1971.
  6. Beresford Park Ayr FC (1884-1888), Ayr Parkhouse (1888-1910), Ayr United Reserves (1910-1926) Opened: 1884 Closed: 1926 Demolished: 1926 Ayr FC moved to Beresford Park, adjacent to Burns Statue Square, from Springvale Park in 1884, and after only four years at the top of the town, Ayr FC moved to Somerset Park, as an alternative venue was required for a 'glamour friendly' for FA Cup holders, Aston Villa, as Beresford Park was already booked for the annual Ayr cattle show (the image below shows sheep grazing on the park at Beresford Park pitch). Ayr Parkhouse moved in after Ayr FC moved out and stayed there until the two clubs merged in 1910. Following the merger, Beresford Park was used by Ayr United for training and reserve games (I think the club may have played some first team games there as well). The ground was closed in 1926, and then demolished. In 1936, ODEON opened there first Scottish cinema on the site, which still stands there today. Somerset Park Ayr FC (1888-1910), Ayr United (1910- ) Opened: 1888 In 1888, Ayr FC moved north of the River Ayr to Somerset Park, taking the Grandstand and club house from Beresford Park with them. In 1896, Ayr FC transformed Somerset Park to 'improve athletics provisions' by incorporating a running track. This remained the same until 1924, when the club remodelled Somerset Park to have a new stand (the main stand that still stands today) and to run parallel to Tryfield Place. In 1933 a roof was constructed over the Railway End and split into two sections, male and female. No further changes where made to Somerset Park until 1970, when floodlights where added and inaugurated with a friendly with Newcastle United, which Ayr United won 2-0. A year later, a new roof was erected over the Somerset Road End, and this time was opened with a 1-1 draw with Sunderland. In 1989, the club added an extension on to the main stand, now known as 'The Panda Pen' or 'The Family Stand' and in the 1990's the hospitality suite was built on the North Terrace. 1888 1897 The North Terrace in the 1950's. An uncovered Somerset Road End in 1965. The main stand after a Graham penalty seals the three points for Ayr over Dunfermline in the Division 1 clash in 1975. The Somerset Road End celebrates a 2-0 win over Aberdeen in 1975. The North Terrace, without the hospitality suite on it, in 1985 against Brechin City. A packed main stand in 1988 for the Second Division trophy presentation. The North Terrace in 1999, with the hospitality suite (now the Ally MacLeod Hospitality Suite) on it, during a very famous 3-0 Scottish Cup win over Kilmarnock. The Family Stand in 2012. The Railway End in 2013.
  7. Got an email from the Hydro earlier, it says there is a support act, anyone know who it is? Vintage Trouble were good last year.
  8. This is the face of a man who has managed to obtain some high-grade LSD.
  9. I5 June: Footballers: Oliver Kahn, Marcus Hahnemann, Tore André Flo, John Paintsil, Wilfred Bouma, Michael Laudrup and Alan Brazil. Celebrities: Ice Cube and Neil Patrick Harris. Politicians: Henry McLeish.
  10. I've never watched a game from the away enclosure. I have watched games from the Main Stand, Family Stand, Home Enclosure, Somerset Road End, North Terrace, Railway End and Hospitality Suite.
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