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What's the state of play there license wise? 
Are your club happy enough? 


It doesn't really affect us as we will still have first call on the park, Rossvale have just left after 6 years or so, BSC will be filling in a blank cash wise for Glasgow Life.

As far as an SFA licence goes, it doesn't meet all the requirements afaik. We haven't really looked into it that much.

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Just now, peasy23 said:

 


It doesn't really affect us as we will still have first call on the park, Rossvale have just left after 6 years or so, BSC will be filling in a blank cash wise for Glasgow Life.

As far as an SFA licence goes, it doesn't meet all the requirements afaik. We haven't really looked into it that much.

 

 my post disappeared, sorry bud was re wording it. 

If it's helping you financially then can only be a good thing. 

They really should be playing in Glasgow so win win,  both clubs would be happy. 

 

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 my post disappeared, sorry bud was re wording it. 
If it's helping you financially then can only be a good thing. 
They really should be playing in Glasgow so win win,  both clubs would be happy. 
 

Doesn't help us tbh, Glasgow Life keep all the cash from it.

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3 hours ago, peasy23 said:

BSC trying to get into Petershill Park for next season.

I take it you mean 2018-19? 

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On 05/07/2017 at 08:18, peasy23 said:

 


No, as far as I was led to believe it's asap.

 

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On 05/07/2017 at 04:42, peasy23 said:

BSC trying to get into Petershill Park for next season.

I was told that too a few weeks ago when Rossvale announced 

they were going back home. Another junior club had also applied

for the vacant let on a Saturday.

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I was told that too a few weeks ago when Rossvale announced 
they were going back home. Another junior club had also applied
for the vacant let on a Saturday.

Who were the Junior team ?

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On 10 July 2017 at 20:45, andy25 said:


Who were the Junior team ?

Thought Kirkintilloch Rob Roy were interested.

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Indeed, home (i.e. at Alloa) v Edinburgh University. Having reversed Tuesday night's game v EK to K-Park it's actually their first home game of the season.

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1 hour ago, HibeeJibee said:

Indeed, home (i.e. at Alloa) v Edinburgh University. Having reversed Tuesday night's game v EK to K-Park it's actually their first home game of the season.

Thanks for that, I'll definitely head along then.

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Went along to the game tonight, thought BSC were a bit sloppy in the first half, and fell behind to a wonder strike from the Uni player. Second half was a different story, with BSC dominating and scoring 4 without reply. The final score was probably a fair reflection of the game.

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1 hour ago, Baxter's Nutmeg said:

Went along to the game tonight, thought BSC were a bit sloppy in the first half, and fell behind to a wonder strike from the Uni player. Second half was a different story, with BSC dominating and scoring 4 without reply. The final score was probably a fair reflection of the game.

Spot on. We started strongly enough in the first half but a few early chances were squandered. After their wonder goal the game seemed to drift. I don't know what the manager said to them at half time, but whatever it was it worked. 2 goals from Jack Smith, 1 from Robbie McNab and Martin Grehan with the 4th right on 90 minutes. Next up Spartans away next Saturday.

 

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East Stirlingshire, EK and Spartans (all away) would have been, at least on paper, your three toughest looking fixtures of the season.  If you can get something from The Spartans match then it's very much game on.  Should be a cracker.

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Another one who was at the game last night. BSC squandered a few early chances before Uni's wonder goal which seemed to knock the home side out of their stride. However quickly came out the 2nd and got an equaliser and then went onto dominate.

BSC will be there or there abouts come the end of the season.

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10 hours ago, The_Judge said:

East Stirlingshire, EK and Spartans (all away) would have been, at least on paper, your three toughest looking fixtures of the season.  If you can get something from The Spartans match then it's very much game on.  Should be a cracker.

After we play Spartans were away to Selkirk any tough one. Your right though, we pick up points in those games then we've completed arguably all the toughest away fixtures. It was interesting to see Spartans and Selkirk all had people at last nights game.

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32 minutes ago, cowdenbeath said:

Another one who was at the game last night. BSC squandered a few early chances before Uni's wonder goal which seemed to knock the home side out of their stride. However quickly came out the 2nd and got an equaliser and then went onto dominate.

BSC will be there or there abouts come the end of the season.

It's funny we hadn't seen that from them before. It was almost as if we thought they could take it a bit easier and we would still get the result. Suspect the manager got the players to revise their thinking at half time. The level we played the second half at is the level we will need to play at ever week, if we want to achieve something in the league.

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10 minutes ago, Jerry Macguire said:

After we play Spartans were away to Selkirk any tough one. Your right though, we pick up points in those games then we've completed arguably all the toughest away fixtures. It was interesting to see Spartans and Selkirk all had people at last nights game.

Saw Fergus at the game last night - think he left at 2-1. Would be interesting to know what his thoughts were given the difference after half-time!

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