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Blowin In the Wind

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  1. EOSFL match attendances 2018/19

    I think they benefitted from moving to the EOSL and a number of players from the Junior Tayside clubs moved to them. A poster said they had about 5 new recruits. They are also a well run club.
  2. EoS Conference C chat 2018-19

    That was the game after our defeat to Beith in the Scottish where we had 5 sent off, think we scored a 90th minute consolation. That said Broxburn hasn't been a happy hunting ground for Bonnyrigg over the last few years, December 2015 was the last time we won there. Yes I remember they had some suspended but didn’t know it was as many.
  3. EoS Conference C chat 2018-19

    Broxburn beat them 3-0 last year at Albyn Park and lost 3-0 at NDP. They had a few suspension for the game at Broxburn and Broxburn with a full squad turned up that night. I suspect the same will have to apply if it is to be repeated.
  4. Linlithgow Rose 18/19

    Did a good job - just muted the sound anyway as there was no commentary and it was fine.
  5. Pyramid 2019/2020

    From what I’ve seen the EOSL are doing a grand job and they have been very accommodating. Don’t know much about the LL. I was talking about strong leadership at the top who would work with progressive people to improve the game we all love.
  6. Pyramid 2019/2020

    I just said we need to get rid of some of the amateurs running our game and get a truly professional CEO in place. People didn’t like my suggestion. I’ve loved the Juniors and the EOSL but we need to move forward which is what most people want which is a good thing
  7. Pyramid 2019/2020

    Bollocks - success in British cycling has been built on a combination of hard graft, engineering ability, money and a willingness to bend the rules but not break them. They exploited a loophole with TUPE’s that’s as criminal as it gets.
  8. Pyramid 2019/2020

    Add I said he would bend the rules to gain an advantage and bring success. There are many instances of this in all sports including football. Love or hate him he is the ultimate professional CEO. It’s time we stopped being gallant losers and moved forward. He would get rid of the games amateurishness.
  9. Pyramid 2019/2020

    True but we can always dream big and he’d certainly fit the SFA fit and proper person criteria
  10. Pyramid 2019/2020

    But they had a declared TUPE so did nothing legally wrong as confirmed by WADA.
  11. Pyramid 2019/2020

    Their records were all published on line by hackers.
  12. Pyramid 2019/2020

    True but we need a good CEO to run Scottish Football and I have an example
  13. Pyramid 2019/2020

    Whatever happened to the concept of innocent until proven guilty. There has been a lot of bluff and bluster around British cycling what it did and didn’t do. They are probably guilty of bending the rules but that’s it.
  14. EoS Conference C chat 2018-19

    I think there is nothing between the top 4 in this conference. They all have the ability to beat each other. I think Linlithgow are probably the most consistent after their early season blip which probably makes them favourites. Come the playoffs if any of the 3 teams who will contest it turn up they will give the A and B conference sides a real good game. However Bonnyrigg are still the team to beat.
  15. Pyramid 2019/2020

    He’s not popular and will bend the rules as far as he can - it’s called being professional. Get rid of the amateurs running the game for their benefit not the games benefit. Yes he would upset many as he is ruthless in his pursuit of improvement but if we continue in the same way year in year out it will stunt growth in all parts of the game.
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