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  1. 7 minutes ago, Acrapplied said:

    Is there a realistic chance that the Kilmarnock game could be moved to Saturday 12th February, given it's already been moved once?

    When I read a suggestion of it yesterday my first reaction was "There's no chance", but I have no clue how these processes work and what the likelihood of it succeeding usually is?

    During the summer I remember really wishing that there would be at least 1 derby game at 3pm on a Saturday, as I assumed 2/3 would be on the TV. 

    Surely most fans from both sides would jump at the chance of a 3pm kick off on a Saturday?

    Talk of our abandoned game against Dunfermline going ahead on the 12th.

  2. 1 hour ago, Finlay21 said:

    How many times do I need to tell you I am ITK no more than you , everything I post on here is my opinion, and rumours are copied from other sites and sources outwith Ayr United  , I can assure you getting any information from people within the club does not happen any longer , I have not posted any names of players or anything confidential from club , if you take everything I say as gospel and coming from the club you could not be further from the truth 

    Cmon mate your a bit like the school cleaner with all the wee titbits.

  3. 2 hours ago, Roxanne's man said:

    Despite the score, The boyo had a Fantastic day today. His first time at a football game and, of course, he had a million questions 😂

    He definitely wants to go back to Somerset and more than anything, see an Ayr goal. We toured Somerset park during the game because he "only has wee legs and can't stand too long" (Despite him dangling from the terracing railing for the majority)so we had to get a seat 😅

    He loved seeing the team in real life, singing the songs and the atmosphere. Knows that another day, the score would be better 😊👍

    Above all, he loved the Panda 😂 His eyes lit up as soon as he saw him 😂

    Overall, I think we have another Honest man in the making and one very proud and happy daddy😊👍

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    Ooft 

  4. 3 minutes ago, yorkshirepud said:

    Can't believe people are still replying to the soapdodging trolls. Some of us have them on mute as we cannot be arsed with their childish behaviour and only see their drivel when someone replies to them. Can y'all either please ignore them or put them on mute? 

    Would be much appreciated as they bring nothing other than annoyance to the thread. 

    Well ignored ya mug . You’re mute isn’t working old champion.

  5. 5 minutes ago, Merkland Red said:

    No not really. He's more the type to take the ball from the defence and then find someone else in space and pass to the them, keep things ticking over. Certainly won't be flying in to tackles or going box to box scoring goals.

    Not an exciting player by any means but probably needed in the modern game. Especially if you are going to be controlling games in the Championship.

    Cheers for that, just a rumour so far. Saw him come off the bench on Tuesday against Sevco so not sure if he’s someone you’ll let go.

  6. Just now, Skyline Drifter said:

    Ach well, that's fair enough. If you've seen him once and he "wasn't too clever" (in comfortably our worst showing of the season) then you'll obviously know better than his coaches and management at Middlesbrough. I stand corrected. Sorry for any confusion.

    Think you’ll find he has no chance of any game time at Boro and they know that. Hemming is by far the best keeper in this league.

  7. 42 minutes ago, Skyline Drifter said:

    I have no idea how many people AJ is trying to get in (and wouldn't repeat it if I did). At the time he said it though Brynn was already gone so I think you can safely assume it either included a keeper or he doesn't intend to sign one at all.

    I'm not aware of the JRG changing any guidance at all and, as far as I am aware, if we deem next Saturday's game as likely to have an attendance over 1,000 then everyone will need a vaccine passport. I note Dunfermline have said everyone going to their game v Inverness which presumably won't have a 4,000 crowd will need a vaccine passport.

    They took him back because he's 4th choice and Hemming is 5th. Which is also why they let Hemming out on loan earlier in the first place.

    Not true 

  8. 2 hours ago, Skyline Drifter said:

    Losing Brynn was a disappointment but Rae's been great since he stepped back in. I wouldn't close the book on Cameron just yet and Cochrane is pure speculation at this point. Try not to wet your knickers too much before the 31st.

    Well, that and the fact we weren't bottom and Thistle were no better. That was certainly a horrible window for us though, albeit the latter two were sold for good fees.

    Middlesbrough lost their 3rd keeper, who moved to Germany. They clearly need 3 with potential Covid issues. Even if he's their 3rd choice (which he currently is) they aren't going to let him back out. All clubs need to have 3 keepers available. You can't emergency recall on an international loan. Middlesbrough were very happy with his progress here, they took him back because they needed to, and because he's currently rated a little higher than Hemming at Killie.

    They took him back because they’d rather Hemming is playing games and not filling a space on a bench with no hope of game time.

  9. 4 hours ago, TheHonestMan85 said:

    You're completely missing the point. If they get to attend the match by sponsoring the ball then fine. No problem. But place them in a separate area away from the home support, because home fans should not have to put up with being sworn at and wound up by Away fans in amongst them. It's nothing to do with "greeting cos we lost", it should never have been allowed to happen.

    Tbf you should be thankful that people want to pay to sit in your stadium .

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