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Date with copper was fine; went to Porters and was a bit disappointed with the food but she seemed keen. She didn’t know who the new boy was that we’ve appointed so he can f**k off as far as I’m concerned.

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Date with copper was fine; went to Porters and was a bit disappointed with the food but she seemed keen. She didn’t know who the new boy was that we’ve appointed so he can f**k off as far as I’m concerned.

Did she get the truncheon out?
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On 29/09/2022 at 20:29, Mr. Alli said:

You'll be back. Without a doubt.. you will be back.

I'm not sure what he brings to the role. He's spent nearly 35 years as a copper after playing professionally for about a month. 

I'm not really sure where or what skillset he will have that's transferable into the role.

I'd love to be proven wrong but as I say - worried.

 

On 29/09/2022 at 20:33, This Charming Man said:

Likewise Dele, this ex Dundee reserve player has served longer having a successful career with Tayside Police/Police Scotland than the likes of for example Gary Harkin's has spent in professional football.

Another astonishing John Nelms' appointment. At least Gordon Strachan hasn't been given permission for Mark McGhee's return, albeit whilst obviously allowing Mutt's to reside down south.

We don't appear to have a financial pot to piss in player wise, however looking forward to the new stadium two seasons from now.

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Regards as always.

 

 

 

 

Gary’s been involved in the club’s youth set up for a number of years. As for the playing side of things he would’ve played senior football all his days if he didn’t choose to go into policing. He pretty much got chased out of Airdrie because he said in the match program the person he’d most like to meet was the Pope!

If you talk to Gary he clearly knows his stuff about football and he’s very likeable guy that I doubt very few  will have a bad word to say about him. Gary will easily get people on side with his personality and is the type you want representing our club.  
 

Would imagine his role is very small tbh, doubt he’ll have anything to do with agents and with being recently retired from the police doubt he will be on much money. Not much to fear in this appointment imho guys. 
 

Watching a game of football and figuring out who’s good and who’s not isn’t exactly difficult. 

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On 30/09/2022 at 21:53, This Charming Man said:

 

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That’s a great drawing.  Did they knock down a good portion of the Provie Road end when they put the roof on and put the benches in - don’t remember it being that high? Or where it sweeps round to join the Derry, can’t remember there being much terracing there at all? 

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9 minutes ago, Fifespud said:

Can anyone tell me this? After we moved in to the Dundee College place do we still use the Caird Park facility?

The youth sides certainly do, have regularly walked past and seen Scott Robertson training the younger lads. The youth league games are also played at the RPC.

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2 minutes ago, Fifespud said:

Can anyone tell me this? After we moved in to the Dundee College place do we still use the Caird Park facility?

Fairly sure all the youths still train and play there. I think it was office staff and first team squad to Gardyne.

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4 hours ago, PauloPerth said:

That’s a great drawing.  Did they knock down a good portion of the Provie Road end when they put the roof on and put the benches in - don’t remember it being that high? Or where it sweeps round to join the Derry, can’t remember there being much terracing there at all? 

The Provie used to go pretty far back to be fair even with the roof on so I don’t think they took too much off compared to the drawing.

Your right about there being less terracing as it sweeps towards the Derry though.  I think the stairs in the drawing are also more north westerly than they actually are.  The are actually more northerly in orientation.

Anyway, well done yesterday on your result - just being neighbourly you understand…..

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