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  1. Hi everyone! We're launching Scotland's first fantasy football app this summer - Fantasy Football Scotland. There are over a quarter of a million active fantasy football users in Scotland, however most play an English version. A Scottish version of the game has not been available, until now. Fans will be able to build their squad of 15 players, make transfers, pick captains and vice captains, make substitutions, create their own custom leagues and invite their friends. The app will be available on the App Store and Google Play this summer. If you enter your email address (takes about 10 secs) in the link below we'll 1) email you when the app is available to download and 2) enter you in a draw to win a Google Pixel 3a. CLICK HERE TO SIGN UP! Thanks! We're excited to get started.
  2. ARABEST The banter and the beer was flowing this afternoon as Laurieston Bowling Club hosted Dundee United supporters from Frank Kopel's Travelling Shindig prior to their away match against Falkirk. Other supporters buses visiting Falkirk Stadium are more more than welcome to use our clubhouse - free of charge - as a pre-match venue. Situated a mile from the stadium, we host a pool table, a dart board and two plasma screens showing all major sports. Furthermore, we offer free wi-fi and a range of drinks at affordable prices. For more information, visit our website or contact me on 07966 305 324 or [email protected]
  3. SoccerFM

    Episode 82

    This week the boys were joined by Scotland and Killie player Stephen O'Donnell to chat about our win versus Albania and what he was having for tea. Plus we crowned our very first Cornerstone player of the month, Hampden, the return of the SPFL and gave you another chance to win some Hooch and a fashionable t-shirt as well! Head to our facebook to enter- https://www.facebook.com/soccerfmpod/ Listen and subscribe on iTunes and all other podcast apps- itunes.apple.com/gb/podcast/socce…d1144475017?mt=2
  4. Managers - you'll have a brand new EMAIL with an invitation to pick your squad for the final phase of the debut Fantasy Fitba season. It may end up in spam/junk so check there, too. This one's for existing gaffers only, unfortunately. There's always (maybe) next year...
  5. A list of Scottish Players leaving Scottish football to ply their trade outside of Scotland. There has been three confirmed transfers thus far, all of them moving to England, I'm sure there will be many more... Transfers Billy Gilmour – Rangers (Scottish Premiership) to Chelsea (English Premiership) £502,000 Theo Archibald – Celtic (Scottish Premiership) to Brentford (English Championship) Free Transfer Peter Pawlett – Aberdeen (Scottish Premiership) to Milton Keynes Dons (English League One) Free Transfer
  6. Hi guys! Spoke to the P&B Twitter account by DM, who told me I could start a thread on this subject. So we've started a new Scottish football site called TheTwoPointOne. We launched last week and the response since has been fantastic. We are a subscription site that focuses on video content, data pieces, support culture content and analysis. Over the past week we've done a mini-doc on Aberdeen's efforts to leave Pittodrie, a feature piece on the future of Hampden, a look at how much each Scottish Premiership team spent per point last season and loads more. I've attached some of the art work we have produced. We have a lot planned for the future as well. But because we don't have any adverts on our site (aren't you a bit tired of having to complete a survey before reading an article?) we rely on subscribers. Subscriptions start at just £4.17 a month (that works out at about 7p per article). Any help would be appreciated in keeping us going. Please take a look at our subscription plans here: https://www.thetwopointone.com/why-should-you-subscribe-to-thetwopointone/ And please us know what you think of our stuff and where we can improve. Always looking to get better and better.
  7. Ladies and Gents, I've spoken about the Scottish Football Supporters Association a few times and shared some stuff on them before. Paul Goodwin, a good mate of mine, is spearheading the organisation to challenge the SFA on a number of issues in the Scottish game but is trying to get a "fans mandate" to do so. So far there are over 14,000 responses on the national survey and the biggest ever (in Germany) was 18,000 so that is the target here. Please take the survey and share the link where possible. https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/sfsa-benchmark-2017
  8. Hello everyone. Just to let you all know that the first SPFL Trust Charity Golf Day will take place at Archerfield Links Golf Club tomorrow (24th May). The day is being hosted by Cell Events (event business founded by SPFL players for sports clubs) and is the first event the Chris Mitchell Foundation will officially be affiliated with since their inception as a charity. It's vitally important we raise awareness of mental health in professional football as it is a silent assassin. There will be a decent amount of media coverage and highlights from the day will be posted on the Cell Events twitter @celleventsuk with the extremely topical Jamie Murphy leading the PR charge! If you wish to come along and support, feel free to do so. Or if you wish to donate or bid for a signed Rangers or Celtic strip, just DM @celleventsuk before midday. All proceeds go towards Mental Health First Aid Training within SPFL clubs. Neil Lennon, Craig Beattie, Iain Russell, Tam McManus, Scott Arfield and Lewis Stevenson are a few others who will be present in some capacity on the day. Thank you in advance!
  9. As part of our Colours of our Scarves project, Supporters Direct Scotland (SDS) were at Elgin City on Saturday for the visit of Clyde in the SPFL League Two Between the beginning of 2014 and the end of the 2014/15 season, SDS will have visited all forty-two Scottish senior club grounds promoting the government-funded initiative in an attempt to help play a part in addressing the issue of sectarianism in Scotland. The programme will collect much needed research through a campaign of educational workshops and visual displays utilising the services of world famous football photographer, Stuart Roy Clarke. SDS were in attendance on Saturday with our photographic display, encouraging supporters to view the images and partake in surveys to canvas their opinions on the issue of sectarianism in their local community, both today and in the past. We received a overwhelmingly positive response from those we spoke with on Saturday – supportive of the Colours of our Scarvesproject and being happy to participate in the initiative’s short survey. We would also like to extend our utmost thanks to Elgin City Football Club for their excellent hospitality and welcoming environment. SDS were treated to a tour of Borough Briggs – a very impressive ground – as well as a feature about the project in the match day programme. Our thanks go to everybody at the club, especially Martin Hunter who arranged our visit and was incredibly helpful on the day itself. To view images from the day, head over to our Facebook page SDS will be at Stranraer this coming Saturday (August 30th) for their match against Dunfermline Athletic, so if you’ll be attending look out for us and come and say hello. You can read more about the Colours of our Scarves programme here
  10. 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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