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  • Birthday 28/01/1966

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  1. Is the boy McAllister still at the club
  2. Look forward to it, believe me it will be a pleasure
  3. Rightly so Jon, a fantastic squad of players at Fauldhouse backed up by a hard working committee and management team,
  4. Jordan made his debut today for Thorniewood and scored our first goal in a 4-1 win over Annbank
  5. Jon pass on my best wishes to Dunny, for a speedy and full recovery from his injury. How is Higgy getting on with his rehab hope it is going well. Looks like you and the team are back on track again pushing to get promotion, All the best, be positive but remember football is a hobby to be enjoyed
  6. Jon pass on our best wishes from us all at Thorniewood to Higgy and wish him a speedy recovery
  7. The majority of clubs will have a physio or person with first aid experience in the dugout on match days, and possibly training nights twice a week, paid or voluntary this will be on a par time basis. I can't imagine junior football clubs having the funding or the need for a full time physio, as demand and player availability is limited Individual players may want to obtain the services of a physio outwith the football club, that is their choice, but they may need to pay for this privately, or through injury insurance this will probably be when the injury is more severe and rehabilitation will take longer for that individual to regain their fitness. the player you mentioned that was injured and left to recover on his own will be i'm sure an isolated occurrence, and not the norm within the junior game. As of those physios that do the job voluntary, will in most cases be supporters of the club and understand the financial restraints and well being of the players within the club, For me personally I love being involved within my club doing what i can in some small way to help
  8. Jon you were a big influance in bringing Aidan to Thorniewood, he was a fantastic signing for the wood, it is no surprise to me that he is getting his chance to get a shot at senior level, a hard working, talented player, Good luck Aidan, and thanks Jon for giving the Thorniewood faithful the chance to witness such a gifted and honest lad.
  9. Well done to all at Maryhill a cracking run of form to gain promotion, all the best for next season, from all at Thorniewood United.
  10. Thorniewood have a young squad of players this season, who are now playing some nice flowing football, early days so far in the league but very encouraging,
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