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  1. Kelty Hearts lowland league quest

    Same things been said of the club for the last 5 year. A Club can’t go bust if it doesn’t have any debt, silly. Take it you know how a football club and business works?
  2. Kelty Hearts lowland league quest

    Get a f**king grip, dry your eyes 1st then pop down to Kelty and see exactly how the clubs run. Hard work during the week and on matchdays and local business’s who put their profits made over the years into Kelty Hearts and the Community. Coming over really bitter.
  3. Kelty Hearts lowland league quest

    Gourley hasn’t even had an offer from Kelty. Looks like players playing the game trying to get the best deal they can. £500pw for a youth keeper who would have been on £150 full time at Dundee, come on.
  4. The Arbroath Thread

    Where do you even start with that, Jesus.
  5. Kelty Hearts lowland league quest

    Cool, grants are very thin on the ground as most of the EOS clubs will know about. All grants are geared for Community Clubs who are a charitable status and rightly so. We took the decision as club to go ltd like all other SPFL clubs.
  6. Kelty Hearts lowland league quest

    Any links to grants that cover seated stand for a Ltd company? Theres the SFP thats it £10k max.
  7. Kelty Hearts lowland league quest

    Its strange no one asks where the £150,000 for the new seated stand come from last season but as soon as a few big players are linked its "where does the money come from?" "is it sustainable" etc. If it becomes unsustainable for any club they cut their cloth, main thing is theres no debt from any investment attached to the Football Club which there isnt at Kelty unlike a host of other clubs at all levels. Investing in the facilities is as important of having a squad that can challenge, its been happening the past 5 years at Kelty Hearts.
  8. Kelty Hearts lowland league quest

    Eh naw.
  9. Kelty Hearts lowland league quest

    Of the 20 players that are in the current u20's squad, a fair few of them are too old for next season. Itl be a bit of a rebuild with younger players joining the existing boys young enough in the 20's setup. You may see the club aligning with another club to farm out some players so they are playing mens football weekly to help their development aswell as run a younger 20's model.
  10. Kelty Hearts lowland league quest

    You know all about a deal that was meant to be confidential agreed by email between both clubs, you seem a tad bitter and your post history has links to Hawick. Mmmm.
  11. Kelty Hearts lowland league quest

    No idea, If we managed to get Sean in last week I’m no sure it would have been more of a issue bringing him to the club in the summer if we didn’t. If the club and a player wants a move then it usually happens at this level. Gala were well compensated, no doubt about that.
  12. Kelty Hearts lowland league quest

    To explain the recent transfer movement. Sean McKirdy and Archie Campbell were always coming to the club in the summer. Kyle Wilson intimated he wasn’t quite settling, we heard he spoke to some boys at Dundonald and he’d be interested in heading there. We then fastracked Archie with a swap deal. All parties happy. Again Sean was a deal that could be done before the summer with Scott TM leaving so he could play more, again all parties happy. This gives the 2 new boys a couple of months to get in, know the demands and settle for next season. We felt the business to boost the squad for next season should be done early to avoid auctions, other teams nipping in and players upping their demands due to speaking to a host of clubs. Players to help the squad for next season have been identified, researched, reported on from January. Theres 4 pre contracts signed, they will join in May, the squad is now complete for this season coming. We can all enjoy our summer knowing that’s the case.
  13. Kelty Hearts lowland league quest

    Injured, he’s on holiday for a week also. Booked last summer as a birthday treat. Brian is missing 2 matches, a stag and wedding. Dazzler missed tonight due to being in London.
  14. Kelty Hearts lowland league quest

    EK have been far too consistent, the best team thus far which isnt surprising given the experienced SPFL boys they have in their ranks that would strongly test most League 1 clubs. Only 9 goals conceded all season. Fair play, a well run club with a real desire to engage with their community, invest in their facilities and try and improve on and off the pitch.
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