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About Aqy

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  1. Jamie's not in the squad for today. Figure he would be if he was staying.
  2. It was downhill ski-ing champion Ross Stewart that scored as well 😂
  3. Cheers @griffiti on the wall, will try and make it along if I can get fed and changed quick enough after work.
  4. No, but it's the difference between finding a cash machine on the way there and getting away with whatever shrapnel is in my pocket. Good game last night between Arthurlie and Pollok, a lot more closely contested than I was expecting - especially after Lok hammered Petershill at the weekend.
  5. If Ruddy's coming in, puts the nail in the coffin as far as Baxter's concerned. Was he any good at Ayr? Transfermarkt says 5 clean sheets in 11 League One games. It doesn't look like he's played much football... backup for Laidlaw until Munro comes back methinks.
  6. Arthurlie vs. Pollok, 19:15. Not sure how much to get in.
  7. I was meaning the Johnstone vs. Meadow game is a fiver. I'm going to be in Cessnock later, so might swing by the Clydebank game.
  8. Looks like it's £5/£2.50, bit much for a pre-season friendly?
  9. Pair of good games today - cracking weather as well, I'm well and truly sunburnt. Whitletts Vic Ams 6-1 Heathside Ams Tarbolton Ams 3-2 Mossblown Bothwell Ams
  10. Will try and make it along tomorrow, nothing else on.
  11. Pollok looked great, I'll try and make the Arthurlie game on Wednesday as well.
  12. Stevie May's half the player he was at St Johnstone. Don't think we need another striker either, especially not one so goal-shy. Never heard of Cass, but sounds like exactly the type of player we need.
  13. Glenrothes have pulled out of the friendly this weekend due to injuries, so Fort's next game is away to Rosyth on the 20th. It's a charity game to raise suicide awareness (not sure if it's a specific charity), so it'll be good to see a decent crowd there.
  14. Should be an interesting HL season as always - can Fort William pull out a shock victory? Can they survive another season? Stay tuned.
  15. I went to a couple of games last season - the 5-0 loss away to Clach and the 5-1 defeat at home to Wick. To be fair to the Fort, they looked fairly well organised and not completely hopeless - played well in the first half hour against Wick and made it relatively competitive until the first sending off. With a regular squad and a few less postponements, no reason why they can't drag themselves off the bottom. They played Jeanfield Swifts' youngsters in a pre-season friendly last week, won 9-3. Some good link-up play across the middle and a couple of cracking strikes. They're playing Campbeltown tomorrow which I was hoping to get across to, but I've got a bloody eye infection and not sure if I'm keen for a 6 hour drive there and back with a gammy eye.
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