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4 hours ago, ScottyG said:

Looking back to when you started posting on this subject you haven't actually given an opinion on how. You have put a few negative points about how TJF need to NOT operate before you would support them but nothing about what you want.

I did. I think it will need to be a legal avenue for TJF showing that Colin Weir wanted a Well Society style fan ownership model.

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11 hours ago, Nightmare said:

Ah I see, you’re just being deliberately obtuse. Nice one.

I am not trying to be obtuse. I said right at the outset that TJF was a significant part of the support, but it is a minority. However, it seems to me that it feels entitled to the shares and in a way, I agree with them. I just think they are taking far too long to get their act together. They have been caught out twice by 3BC, by playing nice. It’s going to be too late.

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9 hours ago, Pie Of The Month said:

So now we're clear that TJF have to do what jagsfan57 thinks they should do otherwise they are pointless and not worth joining we can move on.

You are right. I am one of maybe 2,000 jags fans that were at the Raith Rovers game who aren’t TJF members. Brush them off as not worth being members as well and TJF is really sunk.

Get your heads out the sand, if you want to get these shares. Do something soon. There’s been weeks. Members feedback before the EGM and now deliberating on the EGM. Playing right into Jacqui Lows hands again.

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2 hours ago, jagsfan57 said:

You are right. I am one of maybe 2,000 jags fans that were at the Raith Rovers game who aren’t TJF members. Brush them off as not worth being members as well and TJF is really sunk.

Get your heads out the sand, if you want to get these shares. Do something soon. There’s been weeks. Members feedback before the EGM and now deliberating on the EGM. Playing right into Jacqui Lows hands again.

It's you brushing off TJF because they don't do exactly what you think they should be doing here, not the other way round.

You're going to end up with the fan ownership you deserve with the Trust but you'll think otherwise because you put a few posts on a forum telling other people what they should be doing for you.

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2 hours ago, Pie Of The Month said:

It's you brushing off TJF because they don't do exactly what you think they should be doing here, not the other way round.

You're going to end up with the fan ownership you deserve with the Trust but you'll think otherwise because you put a few posts on a forum telling other people what they should be doing for you.

I don’t want them to do anything for me. I want them to do something for themselves. Fan ownership/Private ownership, it makes no odds to me. I guess you just haven’t been reading anything I have posted. 
 

 

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5 hours ago, JagsCG said:

 

Think we will lose CMcK in January in any case, whether it’s back to Rangers or they accept an offer for him. He’s been superb and a good example of what the loan system is all about.

If you listen to his Jagzone interview after Saturdays game, he comes across as a grounded boy who doesn’t think he is a definite starter in our team and mentions how the club and the way we play are a perfect fit for him.

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Our (hopeless but game!) quest to meet every obscure player in Thistle history continues, and we've had a bit of success via the Evening Times in the Mitchell library, as well as picking up the Bobby Morrison story via a relative on Facebook...

Bobby Morrison →
Scoring debutant alongside Willie Sharp in '39 and a brace in a 4-2 win over Celtic in his first two games. Ashes scattered at Firhill.

James Colgan →
On the back of goals from Sharp & Shankly, James put Thistle 3 up at Ibrox against the champions in April 1945. It was fantasy football for the 19-year-old.

Joe Murphy →
One-off wartime appearance, but a 2-1 Southern League win at Love Street.

Robert McFarlane →
Goalie who was a Junior Cup winner with Perthshire in '44. Has a 100% penalty prevention ratio with the Jags.

 

Thistle's player connections with Dundee United →
Pleasingly, all of this gives us a 100% image fill of all Dundee United connections. A small victory!    :head_ball:

 

Could you help with our missing player images? →

 

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We were one of the last Scottish clubs to release a statement about the queen's death.

 

However, I have it on authority that 3BC and the Trust actually got together and sent one earlier in secret, just didn't tell us about it.

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23 minutes ago, baba douche said:

We were one of the last Scottish clubs to release a statement about the queen's death.

 

However, I have it on authority that 3BC and the Trust actually got together and sent one earlier in secret, just didn't tell us about it.

Just out of curiosity, did TJF ? 

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3 hours ago, baba douche said:

They don't do anything to get certain people to grace them with their support, so don't represent the club.

Why do football clubs have to put out a statement ? As opposed to any organisation, or any individual for that matter. It isn’t mandatory.

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17 hours ago, jagsfan57 said:

Just out of curiosity, did TJF ? 

11 hours ago, jagsfan57 said:

Why do football clubs have to put out a statement ? As opposed to any organisation, or any individual for that matter. It isn’t mandatory.

I think you’ve answered your own question.

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53 minutes ago, jagsfan57 said:

Did it even cross the TJF boards mind ? 

With all due respect, your posts in the past few days which have attempted to portray the TJF as in some way incompetent, inactive, or to blame for Jacqui Low's mendacious power grab - followed now by the implication that they have disrespected the Queen - are deeply, deeply weird.

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3 hours ago, VictorOnopko said:

With all due respect, your posts in the past few days which have attempted to portray the TJF as in some way incompetent, inactive, or to blame for Jacqui Low's mendacious power grab - followed now by the implication that they have disrespected the Queen - are deeply, deeply weird.

It wasn’t me that brought up anything about disrespecting the Queen. If Baba Douche hadn’t done that, I wouldn’t have drawn any comparison to another organisation that wants to own the football club.

I have said many many times, it is a minority of the support that want fan ownership - at least at the moment. There is a lot of work for TJF to do to win over a large section of the fans, so they need to be on the ball with everything. 
 

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