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  1. ROSE 1 ST ALBION 0 PENALTY KICK. ENUFF SAID. " THE ROSE FORWARD RAN INTO THE BOX & FELL OVER " ?
  2. & NO REPLAYS EITHER . SFA CANT HAVE A TIER ONE TEAM HAVING TO TRAVEL A LONG DISTANCE &N PALY AN AFTERNOON MID WEEK KICK OFF ! DISRUPT THEIR TRAING SCHEDULE.
  3. THATS THE "OPEN" SEASON OVER UNTIL THE LEAGUE CUP THEN !
  4. YOUNG TEAN ? THE SHIRE TEAM AGAINST ST MIRREN COLTS HAD A YOUNGER AVERAGE AGE THAN STY MIRREN & THAT WAS WITH SOME OVER 25s LISTED ON THE SHIRE TEAM LINES !
  5. HALF OF THE SUPER LEAGUE COLTS TEAMS OUT TONIGHT !!!! RESULTS FROM BBC SITE COTTISH CHALLENGE CUP Brora Rangers2Aberdeen B0 FT Elgin City1Dundee United B0 FT Fraserburgh0St. Johnstone B2 FT Albion Rovers2Celtic B3 FT Bonnyrigg Rose0Livingston B0 FT Livingston B win 3-1 on penalties Kilmarnock B3Cowdenbeath0 FT Motherwell B1East Kilbride2 FT St. Mirren B0East Stirlingshire0 FT East Stirlingshire win 4-2 on penalties
  6. SHIRE WERE NOT AT THE RACES FOR 85 OF THE 96 MINUTES PLAYED TONIGHT & DESERVED ZERO POINTS FROM THE PERFORMANCE. SUPRISED THAT WATSON WAS NOT BENCHED DURING THE MATCH & PROBABLY GREENE`S WORST GAME IN YEARS THOUGH THE DEFENCE WAS LEFT BADLY EXPOSED AT TIMES. A LOT OF THINGS NEEDING FIXED AT THE MOMENT
  7. ANDY KAY SENT OFF FOR COMPLAINING ABOUT A FREE KICK BEING TAKEN TWENTY YARDS AWAY FROM THE PLACE OF THE INFRINGEMENT
  8. ONLY A FEW DAYS UNTIL SCOTLAND`S FIRST " GROUNDHOPPERS" GAME OF THE NEW SEASON !
  9. PF THE 11 PLAYERS LISTED ABOVE HALF ARE NOT SCOTS SO I ASSUME THEY CANT PLAY FOR SCOTLAND NATIONAL TEAM . NOTHING NEW THERE THEN
  10. = WAS A CROSS THAT WAS TOO FAR OUT FOR KEEPER TOP GO FOR . THE CB & CF BOTH MISSED IT & IT SNEAKED IN ATTHE BACK POST. TWO MATCHES PLAYED, TWO METAL WORK STRIKES & LIKE LAST SEASON NEITHER WENT IN.
  11. THEY WILL STILL BE IN LOWLAND LEAGUE THIS TIME NEXT YEAR WITH THE POSSIBLE ADDITION OF HIBS COLTS !
  12. HOME TEAM STRIP IS OK HOWEVER THE NEW AWAY TOP IS VILE
  13. FROM TONIGHTS EDINBURGH EVENING NEWS It comes after the 16 member clubs voted 8-8 in a secret ballot last night on a proposal to accept the trio. But it is a one-season arrangement only and talks have now started on a pyramid restructure to address concerns about B team participation. The Scottish FA has confirmed that the three guest clubs are required to field seven players eligible for Scotland national teams in the starting line-up. Each guest club will also have to “provide funding to help develop the league and its clubs”. The national governing body will also lead on a review of the pyramid structure, with recommendations proposed ahead of the 2023/24 season. The governing body said in a statement: “In addition, the respective league bodies have agreed to participate in the Scottish FA's pyramid working group discussions aimed at providing a longer-term solution to optimise the structure and aid the transition of talented players between the ages of 17 and 21.” Hearts B are expected to play home matches at Ferguson Park, Rosewell, home of East of Scotland League club Whitehill Welfare. Along with Celtic and Rangers, they will pay an entry fee of £40,000, an increase on the £25,000 that Celtic and Rangers were charged last season. Member clubs had previously dismissed the idea, initially voting to permit only two guest teams in keeping with last season and then rejecting a 19-team league when three expressed an interest. But when faced with an ultimatum that it was all three or none, the issue was put to another vote last night. BELIEVE THE VOTE WAS DECIDED ON THE CHAIRMAN`S CASTING VOTE
  14. QUOTE FROM TONIGHTS EDINBURGH EVENING NEWS It comes after the 16 member clubs voted 8-8 in a secret ballot last night on a proposal to accept the trio. But it is a one-season arrangement only and talks have now started on a pyramid restructure to address concerns about B team participation. The Scottish FA has confirmed that the three guest clubs are required to field seven players eligible for Scotland national teams in the starting line-up. Each guest club will also have to “provide funding to help develop the league and its clubs”. The national governing body will also lead on a review of the pyramid structure, with recommendations proposed ahead of the 2023/24 season. The governing body said in a statement: “In addition, the respective league bodies have agreed to participate in the Scottish FA's pyramid working group discussions aimed at providing a longer-term solution to optimise the structure and aid the transition of talented players between the ages of 17 and 21.” Hearts B are expected to play home matches at Ferguson Park, Rosewell, home of East of Scotland League club Whitehill Welfare. Along with Celtic and Rangers, they will pay an entry fee of £40,000, an increase on the £25,000 that Celtic and Rangers were charged last season. Member clubs had previously dismissed the idea, initially voting to permit only two guest teams in keeping with last season and then rejecting a 19-team league when three expressed an interest. But when faced with an ultimatum that it was all three or none, the issue was put to another vote last night.
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