Jump to content


Gold Members
  • Content count

  • Joined

  • Last visited

Community Reputation

41 Excellent

About maz1974

  • Rank
    Sunday League Starter

Profile Information

  • Gender
  • My Team
  1. Montrose v Dumbarton

    Think I'll pass thanks.... bad enough in real life. No desire to watch the highlights
  2. Come On Ye Mo - Montrose FC 2018/19

    Sounds like a sore one on Saturday at Raith Rovers.... Was gutted not to be there, but in the end quite glad I didn't.
  3. gayfield prints

    and is Ramiro Gonzales buried underneath Speedo boy!?
  4. Reading the comments as a Montrose supporter, are you guys trying to lull us into a false sense of security!? Should we be super confident...? We are never super confident. From cuffing Brechin, to getting beat at Stenny, to beating Forfar, all in 3 weeks. We know nothing is a given. with The Mo. Sitting mid table in our promotion year is a fantastic place to be, and that'll do nicely for now.
  5. Come On Ye Mo - Montrose FC 2018/19

    Hell get the keys to Stenhousemuir after today!!
  6. Supporting yer local

    Awwww jesus, I'm off again! *tears * We just got a step at Links Park, Maz, Erin n Nana
  7. Come On Ye Mo - Montrose FC 2018/19

    I think everyone can guess my feelings on this matter.........
  8. Supporting yer local

    What makes a good away day? A half decent pub that welcomes fans is important, but as Tulloch Gorum says, not just about the alcohol. I live in Aberdeen, support Montrose so every game is an away day and involves driving. (except maybe Cove Rangers in the cup!) I find a good chipper on the way home can make a good day out great!
  9. Come On Ye Mo - Montrose FC 2018/19

    I don't think he would want to be anyone's no 2, not at that (only one above us) level anyway.
  10. Supporting yer local

    Big Marv has had a cameo at a lot of clubs! As another 3rd Generation Celtic supporter (thanks to whoever coined that phrase earlier), I used to go on the supporters club from Grangemouth to Celtic matches with my Dad. It gave me experience at 8 years old plus of visiting new places and feeling like a part of something. With the benefit of hindsight it's a bigoted and toxic environment at times but when you're in it, it's different. (Definitely more toxic on the blue side!) Anyway, that sparked a love of football which never left me. Fast forward a lot of years and I'm setting up home as a single parent working south of Aberdeen, the only place I can afford to rent is in Montrose, where there is bugger all to do on the weekend! A colleague who was involved at Links Park gave me a child season ticket with which every kid in the town got thru the turnstiles (with a paying adult of course, not daft!) so we went to the home games. Within a month or two you become a known face, especially as two females. (Montrose has still never helped me find a husband mind you!) It was the Steven Tweed era, and crowds were low, people were very disillusioned in the town but we watched and enjoyed the experience. My daughter played football, and we used to use it as tactics, "watch that big defender and see what he does. That's your role." (Big Alan Campbell!) Eventually we went to some away games too. Been to some far flung places I'd never have seen otherwise. Been in a crowd of 6 away support many times. At Cliftonhill we were the ONLY non team bus away supporters there. Dark times! Getting beat at Fraserburgh on a soaking wet saturday was an all time low point for me, standing ankle deep in mud and crying! Travelling to Brora for the play offs, altho we missed the home leg as we were on holiday. I always consult the fixtures before agreeing to anything on a saturday, but hadn't accounted for playoffs! My job has a box at Pittodrie and I am obliged to go sometimes (but only ever to midweek and sunday games!) People I have met before remember me because of my wee club, and it's always a conversation starter. They appreciate that you must love football and that gains respect. We go as a gang of 3 now, my mum, my daughter who is now almost 18, and me. Nana is still a Brendan Rodgers fan, but couldn't name the Celtic squad but she knows every Montrose player, and they know her! Anyway times changed and there have been some great times recently thanks to great work at the club and management, but every now and then fate reminds you that you are who you are. We've all had those moments where we think "aye, it wouldnae be us if we didn't f**k it up"
  11. Supporting yer local

    Beauty is in the eye of the beholder! Must be love right enough!
  12. Supporting yer local

    awwww man, all the feels.... * tears *
  13. Bobby Linn and John Baird, cocky little c****s Would take either in our squad in a heartbeat mind you! (See also Rory macallister) Had forgotten what a twat Gemmel was til this thread.
  14. Come On Ye Mo - Montrose FC 2018/19

    Given that Henderson goal in front of Levein at East Fife, he might not get any extension to stay, he might need him back. Be good to keep Antoniazzi, he seems to have fitted into the squad well.
  15. Come On Ye Mo - Montrose FC 2018/19

    Does anyone know how long the loanees Anoniazzi and Henderson are in for? They're proving useful at the moment.