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  1. 2019/20 League Cup

    The draw for the last couple of seasons(if not since the start of the group stages) has always taken place on the Friday after the Premiership play-off has concluded so I'd expect it to take place on Friday 31st May on BT Sport, probably at 6:30. Fixtures should be out by the following Tuesday, in line with last years timescales, I'd imagine. It's only "later" than last season because the season finishes a week later.
  2. Relegation Royal Rumble

    Correct. 6 bookings by the conclusion of Game 18(19 in premiership) = 1 game ban to be served after 14 days. 12 bookings required from then on and gets a 2 game ban.
  3. Relegation Royal Rumble

    The only involvement I have had with the programme since February has been to conduct player interviews - I thought today's with Dools was alright and a little different to the typical one you get in our programme. The portion you refer to had nothing to do with me.
  4. Partick Thistle defeat Ayr x2

    Fucking hell what a mess those fixtures are, Tuesday, Friday, Monday, Friday, Thursday and Sunday. Considering the geographics of the three clubs involved in the play offs are spread all over the place the fans are going to get shafted as usual if it's like that again. BT Sport are showing the St Mirren v Hamilton game on Monday 13th May which means the first leg of the semi final looks primed for the Tuesday night, which should allow the second leg of the QF to be played on the Saturday.
  5. The Ultimate Super Ayr Thread

    The six yellow card for a suspension rule changed this season. If a player accumulates six yellow cards by the end of game 18(halfway through the season) then they will be suspended for one match(14 days after the sixth yellow was collected). At this point, the yellow cards don't reset, but it requires 12 to get a suspension(which would be a two match one).
  6. Relegation Royal Rumble

    Yeah, that's right.
  7. NFL General Discussion

    Just the last 2. In 2017 we lost Rodgers to injury and just couldn't quite hang in there. Last year was a "disaster" season but to be honest it was a poor season but not utterly shite. We were competitive and slim margins, as is always the case in the NFL, weren't on our side. The new regime will only be my 2nd, barring last year's caretaker, in charge of the Packers so I'll be interested to see how it goes - hopefully not a complete shambles but I don't think Playoffs will be a gimme as before.
  8. The Ultimate Super Ayr Thread

    If Ayr finished 5th this season, would there be massive disappointment over "what could have been" or pleasure at what, I think, has been the best campaign(at least in terms of league position) in almost 20 years?
  9. Partick Thistle 2019/20 thread

    Goalies can be recalled for seven days during loans. He came back on Monday 18th March and returned yesterday.
  10. Partick Thistle 2019/20 thread

    The details for the tile unveiling tomorrow night(don't turn up tonight or you'll freeze to death on South Drive) were posted online yesterday - https://ptfc.co.uk/ptfc-news/tiles-to-be-unveiled-on-friday-night/ 6.20 in the JH Stand 6.30 in the JL Stand
  11. Championship TV Fixtures

    Doubtful - they'd have to move all the games onto the Friday night in order to broadcast the last day of the season which just wouldn't happen.
  12. I fully expect to get papped tomorrow but surprised we rearranged the Ayr game for a week on Tuesday as I would have thought that's when a replay might be. A replay, if one is needed, will take place on Tuesday 12th March. Our game against Ayr United was rescheduled for the first available midweek as is the recommendation of the SPFL.
  13. Falkirk v Dundee United

    I'd have been absolutely stunned if anyone at Falkirk actually thought he was suspended for the game. I know they are having a bad season but it's not as if they are "banters year" bad.
  14. Falkirk v Dundee United

    Zak Rudden doesn't appear to be suspended for this match, and hasn't actually fallen foul of any disciplinary rules that would say he can't play in this game for Falkirk. I'd be very surprised if everybody at Falkirk F.C. thought he was suspended. Soccerbase indicates that he has picked up six yellow cards this campaign, which would be enough for a suspension if they had been accumulated in the first 18 games of the season. After 18 games, the threshold moves to 12 yellow cards. In essence, Zak would require to pick up six more yellow cards to be suspended meaning the earliest he can be suspended is the fixture against Dunfermline Athletic on Saturday 13th April. The Scottish FA disciplinary sheet would back this up: https://www.scottishfa.co.uk/media/4832/mens-suspension-list-los32-14-february-2019-docx.pdf