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Is that all you could muster? No wonder the cva offer is so embarrassing.

That didn't include all the money fans poured in from when we first hit the skids until the end of the season. The Pars United group set a 500K target - them and those with deep pockets would raise £400K and they wanted the fans to aim for £100K.

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Where did you read that about?

I'm sure I read the same - some money we were due from the SFA was diverted to Accies.

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I believe that if circumstances that unfolded last year with Rangers hadn't happened, then sympathy for Dunfermline's plight would be extremely diluted!

To a few people it's just a GIRFUY to Rangers fans! Although they deserve everything they get for their sanctomonious attitude.

Leaves a bitter taste in the mouth for me, but congratulations nonetheless.

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surprised to see a councillor finding shafting HMRC and small businesses funny

Yes, that exactly what that picture is showing.

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Yes, that exactly what that picture is showing.

Yip, he's climbing in his car to go looking for toddlers to skittle by way of celebration.

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Is that all you could muster? No wonder the cva offer is so embarrassing.

Its okay obviously to have a laugh and s joke according to some of these posts but a lot of people have lost a decent amount of cash due to this cva. You'd think more pars fans would remember that .

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lesson learned is for clubs that work hard to make ends meet,paying their tax ,cutting staff,cutting wages trying to balance books should follow the Dunfermline model

No it's not, don't be so bitter.

Today was good news for Rovers as well. We have a history of being unable to "balance the books" and a Scottish League without a Dunfermline in it wouldn't help that.

There are not many supporters of clubs in the top two leagues that can claim the "we live within our means" dignity line. A large number have been rescued in one way or another, including us!

Scottish Football, as a whole, needs to find solutions to the financial problems a large proportion of it faces. The redistribution of wealth and single league structure is a massive step forward but there is a lot more to do to improve the quality, and therefore investment in the game.

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surprised to see a councillor finding shafting HMRC and small businesses funny

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surprised to see a councillor finding shafting HMRC and small businesses funny

Come on now. That's a piss poor attempt.

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No it's not, don't be so bitter.

Today was good news for Rovers as well. We have a history of being unable to "balance the books" and a Scottish League without a Dunfermline in it wouldn't help that.

There are not many supporters of clubs in the top two leagues that can claim the "we live within our means" dignity line. A large number have been rescued in one way or another, including us!

Scottish Football, as a whole, needs to find solutions to the financial problems a large proportion of it faces. The redistribution of wealth and single league structure is a massive step forward but there is a lot more to do to improve the quality, and therefore investment in the game.

not bitter at all and why is todays news good for us.unless we draw them in the cup or relegated at the end of next season unlikely to have an impact on us

yes we have a history of been unable to balance or books but not to the extent of shafting everyone left right and centre by entering admin and no alternaqtive acceptance offer of zero in the £ .,we are or having at least been trying to balance our books.we have cut staff and wages,given up our rights to ownership of our stadium in an attempt to do so.nobody is claiming we live within our means dignity line but at least some are attempting to do something about it.if your comfortable with their situation and how the have done it it says more about you

agree regards scottish football as a whole need to find a solution but an equally bigger responsibility is on those running clubs

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Come on now. That's a piss poor attempt.

the best i could come up with at the time ;) but the common denominator is obvious

Edited by Rovers_Lad

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Are you still staying at east end park? surely that takes a f**k tone of money to run and maintain and it would probably f**k you up if you did go to the second?

Edited by CowdenbeathLoyal

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A saving grace on that front being it is unlikely to be wanted for supermarket space and the residential market isn't booming like 10 years ago so there demand isn't there.

They could extend the cemetery. :rolleyes:

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da_no_1, on 30 Jul 2013 - 14:53, said:

Crowd wanks are soooooo last year. The valid point is as long as our crowds satisfy the budgets set at the start of each & every season then we'll be OK. it's not too hard a concept to grasp.

Well they've not had a very good record on that front these last 20 years.

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GordieBoy80, on 30 Jul 2013 - 14:42, said:

Players and staff will get all money they are due back dated.

All footballing debt to be paid in full.

A shame everone else gets zero though.

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I presume that from now on it will be cash upfront for goods and services?

Would imagine so.

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