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  1. Walking Down The Halbeath Road

    Cardle in as player/coach to tear shit up on the left wing one last time, driving us to a playoff victory before retiring and taking over the youth players ta x
  2. Walking Down The Halbeath Road

    It increases your chances yes, especially in a top division that you have dominated for the majority of its existence. In leagues like this it has been proven time and time again that the size of your budget does not make that much of a difference. Undoubtedly The edinburgh clubs and the **** will be thrown up as evidence to the contrary but all of those were anomalies of clubs far, far too big for this division ending up here by bizarre and hilarious twists of fate, only one of those three managed to get out at the first time of asking too, despite having budgets that dwarved the rest of the clubs in this division. Clubs with stronger financial backing tend to have the ability to rebuild and repeatedly assemble a squad aiming for promotion so eventually end up getting themselves out through sheer persistence, but more often than not it is the club who spends wisely rather than the most who ends up on top. It's not the size of your cock but what you do with it etc It's an especially daft point to make after Livi got promoted last season and as Ayr currently sit top of the league,
  3. New Manager Super Jo Fuse Durnan and Devine together in the hopes of getting a decent centre-back between them. List is in order of importance to us having any form of success this season, although if we're still waiting for AJ to go in January I'll be seething.
  4. Walking Down The Halbeath Road

    See the good old logic of bigger budget = success being brought out again.
  5. Walking Down The Halbeath Road

    AJ's time is up, surely.
  6. Walking Down The Halbeath Road

    Should try it some time, might've gotten you better than a 2nd place finish and an attendance trophy.
  7. Dunfermline Athletic vs Falkirk

    Called it, sadly.
  8. The worst part of this thread is the fact the OP probably genuinely believes that Lawrence Shankland deserves a Scotland call up. That is absolutely tragic levels of delusion. Literally any of the Strikers called up in the latest squad would rip the absolute shite out of the Championship and probably do the same in the Premiership.
  9. Dunfermline Athletic vs Falkirk

    It'll probably look like a training match for us tbh.
  10. Your club's biggest jobber

    Bobby Ryan. I apologize in advance for bringing back those memories. McCunnie was fucking dogshit. Struggled for left back tbf but Whittle was at best below average.
  11. Your club's biggest jobber

    Smith McCunnie - Urquhart - Dearden - Whittle Harper - Hutton - D'Angelo - Ryan Reilly - Mole
  12. Dunfermline Athletic vs Falkirk

    Going to be lovely to see Faiss FINALLY get his first goal. Going to be even better to see him get his second and third. Pitiful away support, comfortable home win I think. Please quote this post when we play shite and lose to a late goal.
  13. Walking Down The Halbeath Road

    .net really is filled to the brim with literal worst c***s. Wonder if they've still got all the absolute fucking wankstains that tried to hide what was going on pre-admin and were very nearly complicit in the club dying?
  14. Zlmao
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