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The Falkirk FC Thread

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Just now, Sgt Bilko said:

Just to split the fans and for some extra banter, I've got a feeling if we sign a striker it might be Goodwillie that rocks up to stadium. 

It's been that kind of season. 

On a grand a week at Clyde, I shit you not, so don't worry about that.

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9 minutes ago, Firhill_Basin said:

On a grand a week at Clyde, I shit you not, so don't worry about that.

Few, no way we'd pay that out. 

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Hope any new signings from down south have been scouted properly and not by yer man Mitch.

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46 minutes ago, 18BAIRN76 said:

Just realised that McShane has squad number 26, held by Mark Russell. Not even giving these wasters the publicity of a statement of release showing their availability to help them find new clubs, just silently punting them out the door. Delicious. 

Same with Dixon. 25. Irving gone lolz.

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53 minutes ago, Poet of the Macabre said:

Falkirk are great entertainment during transfer windows. This must be the third in a row they've made a raft of panic signings?

AJ on his way to the stadium now to talk to the dross we are showing the door. 

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Falkirk fans getting excited about McKinnon signing the type of jobber players that they didn't want Hartley to bother with in the summer. 

 

 

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1 minute ago, Fae_the_'briggs said:

Falkirk fans getting excited about McKinnon signing the type of jobber players that they didn't want Hartley to bother with in the summer. 

 

 

I ken. What are we like?

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14 minutes ago, GMBairn said:

AJ on his way to the stadium now to talk to the dross we are showing the door. 

Wouldn't shock me if we brought at least one of them in and they improve at a more professional club.

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Just now, Poet of the Macabre said:

Wouldn't shock me if we brought at least one of them in and they improve at a more professional club.

A more professional club that can't pay its creditors?

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2 minutes ago, Fae_the_'briggs said:

Falkirk fans getting excited about McKinnon signing the type of jobber players that they didn't want Hartley to bother with in the summer.

If you saw them on Saturday then you'd understand. Anyone they bring in will be an improvement, even if they're gubbins.

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Just now, EdiBairn said:

A more professional club that can't pay its creditors?

Can you tell me exactly how much we owe? I know you're ITK.

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Should turn the lights off if that happens.
Is it safe to turn the lights out when he's around!
Who was the co-accused again?

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I am getting excited about Falkirk fans getting excited about McKinnon signing the type of jobber players that they didn't want Hartley to bother with in the summer. 
 
 


Ftfy

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1 hour ago, HopeStreetWalker said:

That was the game before the Ibrox disaster. I have often thought about these people I maybe stood beside ( no segregation in these days ) that this was the last away game they went to. The great George Miller and Tiger McLaughlin in that ! wait for it -  Great Willie Cunningham side.

I was at that game, as I'm sure you were yourself, and remember WC switching Tiger and Miller's positions as seen in the photo. 

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Falkirk fans getting excited about McKinnon signing the type of jobber players that they didn't want Hartley to bother with in the summer. 
 
 

Jobbers Jobbers we want the Jobbers.
Even journeymen would be better than our current squad

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1 hour ago, 18BAIRN76 said:

Just realised that McShane has squad number 26, held by Mark Russell. Not even giving these wasters the publicity of a statement of release showing their availability to help them find new clubs, just silently punting them out the door. Delicious. 

I thought Russell might have been worth a try at CH tbh. Esp at a time when Dallison was providing comedy capers every week. 

 

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I thought Russell might have been worth a try at CH tbh.
 

Based on what?

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