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  1. On this week’s show, there’s madness in the playoffs as Montrose and Forfar feel the sting of late disappointment; Bonnyrigg Rose take themselves to the edge of the SPFL, while Cowdenbeath face down the barrel of regular fixtures against a podcast and some colt teams; and Darvel seal a dramatic title triumph to leave their players feeling…excited. All this and more, on this week’s edition of the Auchterarder Chippy. https://podcasts.apple.com/gb/podcast/the-auchterarder-chippy/id1506219854?i=1000560120510
  2. On this week’s show, there’s another big plot twist in the Championship’s never-ending whodunnit; League One takes a giant leap towards conclusion but pulls out at the last minute; Stenny and City battle over League Two’s final remaining scraps; and Brechin City reflect on a satisfying Highland fling as the pyramid playoffs loom. All this and more, on this week’s edition of the Auchterarder Chippy. https://podcasts.apple.com/gb/podcast/the-auchterarder-chippy/id1506219854?i=1000558296959
  3. On this week’s show, it’s Kelty Hearts who are the name on everyone’s lips, while the Jags suffer a collapse so dramatic it is Oscarworthy - and deliver a real slap in the face to our John; Killie jut out in front after some predictable Lafferty goalscoring prowess, whilst Airdrie and Cove duke it out at the top of League One. Meanwhile, Queen’s Park deal a devastating blow to Ray McKinnon, but a huge boost to fans of early 2010s Bolton. All this and more, on this week’s edition of the Auchterarder Chippy. https://podcasts.apple.com/gb/podcast/the-auchterarder-chippy/id1506219854?i=1000555514198
  4. On today’s show, Thistle overcome a thorny opponent to remain in the title race, but their pie options have already been crowned champions; Stenny and City carry on their League Two rope-a-dope on a weekend of derbies; Ross County are surprisingly buoyant, while Cove Rangers overpower their neighbours in a north-east shootout. All this and more, on this week’s edition of the Auchterarder Chippy. https://podcasts.apple.com/gb/podcast/the-auchterarder-chippy/id1506219854?i=1000553235467
  5. On this week’s show, Falkirk achieve une grande victoire in Ligue Un, where red cards and goals dominate the agenda; Livi are on easy street in a dominant win at Dens, while Ross County swat aside Saint Johnstone in Dingwall; and, in League Two, three of Scotland’s most in-form teams take victories to keep the promotion race chugging along. All this and more, on this week’s edition of the Auchterarder Chippy! https://podcasts.apple.com/gb/podcast/the-auchterarder-chippy/id1506219854?i=1000552507536
  6. On this week’s show, Stranraer grab a draw to back up the town’s two Olympic medals, while John gains a new doppelganger; there are touchline bans everywhere you look, some new and some comically old; Cowdenbeath continue their slow ascent from the ashes; and John invents a new word as Scottish football gets a wee bit “squirmish”. All this and more, on this week’s edition of the Auchterarder Chippy! https://podcasts.apple.com/gb/podcast/the-auchterarder-chippy/id1506219854?i=1000551814224
  7. On this week’s show, the Lichties light the way on a misty day at the top of the Championship; the hardy souls of League Two show they’re not afraid of a little bit of fog, while the prima donnas of Methil and Cumbernauld seek shelter from the harr. All this and more, on this week’s edition of the Auchterarder Chippy. https://podcasts.apple.com/gb/podcast/the-auchterarder-chippy/id1506219854?i=1000545444650
  8. On this week’s show, the verdict is in from League Two – title races are for losers; Mo Ross has been planting something on the Central Park stock car racing track but the outcome is another Cowden loss; the Pars continue their Yogi revival and Christian Ramirez gets a rude introduction to the painful realities of Scottish football. All this and more, on this week’s edition of the Auchterarder Chippy. https://podcasts.apple.com/gb/podcast/the-auchterarder-chippy/id1506219854?i=1000542982279
  9. A thread we can put the names of released players this summer.
  10. Apologies if any mistakes. Will try and update with more releases. Current news on Season Tickets / Match Day Tickets / Streaming Services Alloa Athletic 14 Home Games / 13 Away Official News - http://www.alloaathletic.co.uk/BlogView.aspx?pageid=2&ItemID=2051&mid=2 £170.00 - Adults £115.00 - Senior Citizens (over 65) £40.00 - Juvenile (under16 * please note no live streaming access at this time for juveniles) £200.00 - Family (Adult + 1 child (£40.00 each additional child) Match Day Prices - TBA Streaming - News coming Arbroath 14 Home Games / 13 Away Official News - https://www.arbroathfc.co.uk/arbroath-fc-2020-2021-season-tickets/ £180 - Adult £100 - Senior Citizens (65 and over) £50 - Juveniles (13-18, Students and adults in full time education) £30 - Junior (Under 12s) £25 - Young Lichtie Club Member Prices Match Day Prices £18 - Adults £10 - Concessions (Child, Students, OAP 65+, Disability Entry with a free carer) £20 - Adult and Child Gate Cup Games - Not included, but all friendlies, end of season play-off matches Streaming - Working on it, more details to be announced. Ayr United 13 Home Games / 14 Away Official News -https://ayrunitedfc.co.uk/season-ticket-update-2/ £230 - Adult (21 & over) £140 - Concession (Over 65, Student, 18-21yrs) £45 - Child (Under 18) £15 - Panda Pal (Under 12) Match Ticket Prices £20 - Adult £14 - Concession £7 - Under 18s Cup Games - TBA Streaming - TBA Dundee 13 Home Games / 14 Away Official News - https://dundeefc.co.uk/news/2020-21-season-tickets-revised/ £255 - Adult £172 - Over 65 £172 - Disabled £135 - Student £86 - Under 18 £1 - Under 12 Match Day Prices - TBA Cup Games - TBA Streaming - "If matches are initially played behind closed door, season ticket holders (Adult/O65/Disabled/Student) will receive access to watch matches through live streaming." Dunfermline Athletic 14 Home Games / 13 Away Official News - https://www.dafc.co.uk/story.php?t=Season_Ticket_Sale_2020-21&ID=12020 £250 - Adult £170 - Senior Citizens (65+) £170 - Students and Disabled £125 - Under 18 £12 - Under 12 Family £235 - Adult £155 - Concession £75 - 1st Child U18 £65 - Additional U18 Match Ticket Prices Main stand £22 - Adults £16 - Concession £8 - Under 12 All other stands (including away) £20 - Adults £14 - Concession £6 - Under 12 Cup Games - Betfred Cup Group Stages included in Season Ticket Streaming - "In the event that a small number of matches are played behind closed doors at the start of the campaign, all season ticket card holders will be provided with a free, live stream of the match delivered by a new camera system which will be installed in all Championship grounds for the season." Heart of Midlothian 13 Home Games / 14 Away Official News - https://www.heartsfc.co.uk/tickets-and-hospitality/matchday/2020-21-season-tickets *It seems Hearts are showing last season's prices, and then if you buy before a certain date you can get 10% or 5% off. Platinum / Gold / Silver / Bronze are the way that they determine the best views at Tynecastle. https://www.heartsfc.co.uk/tickets-and-hospitality/matchday/pricing-structure Platinum - Season 19/20 / 10% off / 5% off £500 / £450 / £475 - Adult £325 / £290 / £305 - O65/ESA/Student: £275 / £245 / £260 - U18 £220 / £200 / £201 - U16 £110 / £100 / £105 - U13 Gold - Season 19/20 / 10% off / 5% off £400 / £360 / £380 - Adult £255 / £230 / £240 - O65/ESA/Student: £175 / £155 / £165 - U18 £110 / £100 / £105 - U16 £55 / £50 / £50 - U13 Silver - Season 19/20 / 10% off / 5% off £350 / £315 / £330 - Adult £220 / £200 / £210 - O65/ESA/Student: £175 / £155 / £165 - U18 £110 / £100 / £105 - U16 £55 / £50 / £50 - U13 Bronze - Season 19/20 / 10% off / 5% off £330 / £295 / £315 - Adult £205 / £180 / £195 - O65/ESA/Student: £175 / £155 / £165 - U18 £110 / £100 / £105 - U16 £55 / £50 / £50 - U13 Premium £625 - Adult £380 - O65/ESA/Student: £335 - U18 £290 - U16 £145 - U13 Disabled £155 - Adult £100 - O65/ESA/Student: £85 - U18 £60 - U16 £30 - U13 Match Day Prices - TBA Streaming - TBA Greenock Morton 14 Home Games / 13 Away Official News -https://gmfc.net/2020/07/24/202021-season-tickets/ £220 - Adult £170 - (Over 65s, full-time students and young adults aged 18 to 20 inclusive and proof of entitlement must be provided) 12-17 - Not on sale yet U12 - Not on sale yet Match Day Tickets - TBA Cup Games - TBA Streaming - TBA Inverness Caledonian Thistle 13 Home Games / 14 Away Official News -https://ictfc.com/2020-21-season-tickets-on-sale-now Main Stand £246 - Adult £199 - Senior Citizen £179 - 16-25 £81 - Junior £46 - Under 12 North Stand £208 - Adult £137 - Senior Citizen £125 - 16-25 £68 - Junior £0 - Under 12 Match Day Tickets - TBA Cup Games - TBA Streaming - TBA Queen of the South 13 Home Games / 14 Away Official News -https://www.qosfc.com/news-5088 £210 - Adults £120 - Concessions £68 - Students £68 - 16 –21 year olds (Junior Blue Season Tickets) £14 - Under 16s Accessibility £75 - Accessible Adults £42 - Accessible Concessions £14 -16 –21 year olds Accessible (Junior Blue Season Tickets) Match Day Tickets - TBA Cup Games - TBA Streaming - TBA Raith Rovers 13 Home Games / 14 Away Official News - https://www.raithrovers.net/44566/season-tickets-202021.htm Season Tickets £190 - Adult - Renewal £200 - Adult - New £130 - Over 65, U21, Disabled - Renewal £140 - Over 65, U21, Disabled - New £55 - U16 - Renewal £65 - U16 - New Match Day Tickets - TBA Cup Games - TBA Streaming - TBA
  11. https://twitter.com/tapbagpodcast/status/1248752142384496643?s=21 Apple: http://tinyurl.com/TabBag5 Spotify: http:// tinyurl.com/uasqxbd I done an interview last night with Ayr United owner Lachlan Cameron for our new Scottish football podcast ‘The Tap Bag’ He joined us from Pasadena, California and he speaks very candidly about the resolution vote and gives his views on the future of Scottish football. I feel like lower league fans in particular might get a kick out of it. Give it a listen if you think you’re hard enough and feel free to subscribe and follow us on Twitter while you’re at it. Any feedback would be greatly appreciated
  12. Hi there, Peter Alexander here from Laurieston Bowling Club in Falkirk – a short drive from Falkirk Stadium. Just to let you know that should visiting fans to Falkirk decide to run a supporters bus, you are more than welcome to use our newly refurbished function suite and lounge – free of charge – prior to and/or after the match. Situated under a mile from the stadium, our clubhouse hosts a pool table, a dart board and two plasma screens showing all major sporting events. Furthermore, we offer free wi-fi and a range of drinks at affordable prices. If you would like to take us up on this offer, then please contact me on 07966 305 324 or [email protected] to give us an idea of times/numbers and, we would be more than happy to provide complimentary snacks. For more information, visit our website at www.lauriestonbowlingclub.com. Best wishes, Peter Alexander
  13. I am a deeply concerned Dundee United fan, I realise i'm not alone here and hope that by getting some of my feelings down I can begin to heal and hope that it can encourage fellow Arabs to do the same and we can get back on track. Football is so important to us, it has the power to make us happy or deeply depressed almost on a weekly basis, make or break our weekends. In many ways it defines us, it forms a vital part of our identity. For all of these reasons we need to voice our opinions and get things off our chests, I get that and understand the emotions, but throughout the Steven Thompson era, we have all gone wildly off piste and now that Thompson has relinquished control we must now come together, get behind the team and get back to being United again! Some of my frustrations in the current plight have been brought to light by recent comments made by former player, Coll Donaldson. Coll was signed by Jackie MacNamara when we were in the Premiership as a young player with potential to break into the first team. This never really materialised, his opportunities were few and far between and sadly when he did get some game time, he looked nervous and made mistakes. This isn't uncommon for young players and I feel strongly that young players should be given some slack when breaking into the first team, all of us are human and we all make mistakes, we don't all work in such a public arena but we all must have opportunities and we learn from our mistakes. United fans have not been very patient with players in recent times and this has contributed to our demise. I am sure this has had a negative effect, I hear it in the stands every time I make it to a game and it saddens me. In Coll's case, he came off the bench in a game when we were going for a clean sheet record, he made a bad mistake with his first touch and it cost us a goal. Shocker really and fans are understandably upset and annoyed at the mistake – but we must show support and solidarity, because without it we are totally lost! Footballers performances are not solely down to ability, performances are effected by morale, confidence, form, talent, relationships with managers, fans, players etc.. Many factors contribute to player and team performances and things got so bad for Coll at Tannadice because of some mistakes and subsequent fan pressure that the Manager couldn't pick the player for fear of him making another mistake and that is a real problem. Sadly this is not a problem that has only effected one player, I fully believe that many player performances have been effected in recent times. Paul McMullan for example, he is an exciting player when on form, the kind of player that United fans really take to, a winger that takes players on and creates chances, similar to great United players of the past from Eamon Bannon to Paddy Connolly or Robbie Winters to Craig Conway. We've a great history of exciting wingers and it something that were proud of. McMullan was the type of player we were crying out for last season and many fans were excited to see him in Tangerine, he started the season well and then a story broke about him playing 5 a-sides with his friends. It affected his form and some fans turned on him, I was at Tony Macaroni Arena for an away game to Livingston and we were very poor that day losing 2-0, we seemed to have no idea how they were going to play and couldn't cope with their direct and physical style – i'll come back to this. But McMullan was struggling to get into the game and on the wing in front of the United fans, he was taking abuse from 1 United fan in particular, citing the 5 a-sides story. I could visably see the disgust and surprise in his face and it was alarming. His form obviously suffered as a result and it's only been in recent weeks we've seen him return to confidence. Negativity is at the root of the problem at Tannadice and it is endemic. Ever since Steven Thompson decided to sell Stuart Armstrong + Gary Mackay-Steven late on transfer deadline day and seemingly throw money at Robbie Muirhead (£150k and he was later released for free whilst under contract), things at Tannadice have not been right. Toxic was the word Donaldson used and I tend to agree, Thompson has made a series of regrettable decisions: aforementioned transfers, McNamara's bizarre contract, extended Australian holiday when club was in need of leadership, I could go on, those are the most memorable. Sadly this toxicity has spread and I fully believe that former manager Ray McKinnon suffered as a result. Ray is United through and through and i'm in no doubt that he was trying his damnedest to get us back up and despite us having an unbalanced squad he was very unlucky not to get us up at the firstly attempt. Painful though it is, let's not forget the referee admitted he got it wrong immediately after the first leg of the Playoff against Hamilton. Refreshing to hear a referee being so honest after a match – it does little to appease us now. We should have had a penalty and 10 minutes to go and get a second goal with 11 vs 11 – let's not forget that Simon Murray was sent off for diving also! It does little to appease us as Arabs, but spare a thought for Ray McKinnon – he would've been a hero if he had got us up at the first attempt amid clear unrest at the club. Instead he's without a job and I firmly believe that he is very unfortunate not only because the referee got a major, match defining decision so incredibly wrong, but also because his reign suffered in the face of the negatively that defined the Thompson Jnr era. The positivity that carried United to promotion via the Playoffs back in the 90's was clearly missing during McKinnon's reign, I appreciate that the team has to get the fans excited but when times are tough it is our job to try to lift the team, sadly this hasn't happened very often in recent times. Having been to the St Mirren and Livingston away defeats this season and in both games we were well off the pace, I mentioned above the Livingston style of play seemed to catch the team by surprise – it was no surprise to me! On the basis of these performances you can see why Ray was sacked, we appeared to be tactically naïve and underprepared, which is indefensible. In the end there weren't many United fans who would argue when McKinnon was sacked. However, I do not believe that under McKinnons' charge we would have been humbled 6-1 by lowly Falkirk, or gone 10 games with only 1 win! The Laszlo reign has been absolutey dire so far, but I think he will get to the end of the season, whether we agree with that or not (it is certainly hard to), we must try to be positive and get behind the team as there is still a chance we could win promotion. I was lucky enough to have made it to the Falkirk Away Playoff game last season and the fans were brilliant that day. Falkirk were the better team in that game and were 1-0 up from early on, but on that day we got behind the team and kept singing, the stand was packed and we got noisier and noisier until we equalised and we raised the roof! From that moment onwards there was only one winner and we scored late on to win and not one United fan left for around 10 / 15 mins as we stayed to sing and celebrate as for the first time that season we believed that we could get promoted again. It was magical and it shows the power fans can have, we must be positive and even when we're getting beaten, we must believe that our positivity / our singing can lift the team to success. As a self employed, Glasgow based fan, I don't get to as many games as i'd like, usually between 5-10 games a season. I used to go more often when I was younger and perhaps my favourite season supporting United was when we were in the second tier back in the 90's. I got to lots of games that season, probably 25 or so and got to lots of new grounds: Dumbarton, Dunfermline, Morton, Clydebank, Dundee (my first derby!). It was exciting! We were the biggest team in the league and it was a very competitive league, Morton had a great side, Dunfermline were strong, even Dundee were alright! Last day of the season we were away to Morton and we could've won the league with a win and if Airdrie (with Paddy Connolly in the team) got something from Dunfermline. We ended up drawing 2-2 and came up via the Playoffs in really dramatic fashion against Partick Thistle. It was an amazing season and we had a brilliant team: Billy McKinlay, Jim Bett, Craig Brewster Gary McSweegan, Andy McLaren, Robbie Winters, Owen Coyle, and Steven Pressley just some of the stars In that squad. The team was a joy to watch and despite us being in the second tier, Tannadice was generally filled with positivity and the team played with confidence and the fans were in great voice every week. I have very fond memories of that season, sadly there is very little comparison to our current trip to tier two of Scottish Football.
  14. Yes United! Absolutely fantastic to see us putting a wee run together towards the end of the season, it's amazing what a few wins and some clean sheets can do for confidence. Dare I say it but since my first post on here we've found a bit of form. I mean most people would've expected St Mirren to trounce us and celebrate the title at Tannadice, thankfully that didn't happen and we've taken 9pts from 9. Can we keep it up? No doubt that Mohsni, Ralston and Gillespie have come in and made a difference, we have a fighting spirit that has been lacking. Big Deniz in goal and Big Tam up top have done well also, we look like a team reborn. With 2 league games to go we've still a chance of 2nd and if we get 2nd I firmly believe we will get promoted, it is really tough to go up from 3rd or 4th though so we need Brechin (eek), or Inverness to take something off Livi to give us a chance. Playoffs should be exciting also, Livi have a good side and incredible team spirit. Their system is tough to play against and they're pretty physical, I think we're better suited to playing against them now with a few fighters in the team, ha! Dunfermline are pretty good too and if Inverness make it wowzers what a bloody run they've had! Hard lines for Morton - they've been up there all season and Quitongo has been out all season, that's been a huge loss for them. Who knows who the Premiership team will be? Would like it to be Thistle, history could repeat itself... Dundee, geezo that would be bonkers for us (if we were to make it obvs), I don't think there's much between top of Championship and bottom of Premiership at all, just look at Hibs! Finally, congratulations to St Mirren - by far the best and most consistent team this season, well deserved title win. Maybe just calm down with the hyperbole though, Chairman saying they'll finish 4th next season and Jack Ross is better than Fergie!! Let's maybe concentrate on staying up first and build from there, sure they'll stay up if they keep Ross, but he's sure to be in demand. p.s better font / size here - I composed the last one on word and copy & pasted it without really looking at other stuff n that, apologies.
  15. Buckie got their draw ar Formartine today (0-0) so a win next week will win the title unless Cove beat Lossiemouth by 10 more goals than them. Strathspey Thistle have lost 28 of 33 so far and conceded 110 goals so it's almost guaranteed they will spoil the partynext Saturday, eh?
  16. In the wake of the Old Firm drawing each other in that League Cup Semi-Final, manager of the national team Gordon Strachan has called for measures to be taken to ensure Rangers - and Hearts & Hibs - are back in the Premiership ASAP. Possibly even for next season. Although he hasn't gone into the detail of what that might entail, it could presumably include a temporary restructuring of the top tier... maybe a move to 14-team Premiership for 1 or 2 seasons... or the temporary introduction of extra promotion/relegation or playoff slots? It surprises me that Strachan would make these comments, given he has previously remained notably circumspect on the whole Rangers and "Armageddon" topics. Interesting to see if the SFA themselves have anything in mind. Thoughts?
  17. Following Dumbarton all over the country and having a very good support ourselves, I always find that other teams have songs about their own club, whether it be about their club itself, a cup success or one of their players and we tend not to create that much of an atmosphere at home, apart from the conventional 'Dumbarton *clap, clap, clap*' chants. Do any fellow Sons fans have ideas for songs for our fans to sing at home and away about the club, players etc, and lets try to create an atmosphere at the rock.
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