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2 hours ago, Chris_the_rover said:

It's not been opened for about 13 years. The concrete isn't up to scratch and the roof needs fixing. Back wall would need sorted too

But apart from that...

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Albion Rovers FC are embarking on a series of activities to review its vision and prioritise its objectives for the club.

In previous years the Rovers board had developed plans, but these have been more internally focussed. The board recognised that the club needed to widen the conversation about its priorities and increase participation in any review process, in order to ensure that the aims and objectives of Albion Rovers FC are formed from a shared vision, collated from the views of all those having an interest in ensuring a positive future for the club, especially its supporters.

It is recognised that engagement with supporters throughout any review process is critical for its success. The club aim to begin a supporters’ consultation exercise which will include:-

A seminar, to be held in the Stadium’s lounge area,open to all Rovers supporters to attend;
The session will begin with short presentations by David Douglas, Chief Executive and Brian Kerr club manager, followed by a variety of group discussions chaired by Alison McGowan, ARFC Trust chair, on topics including:
Where are we now?
What is working well?
What requires to change?
We will also look to the future to confirm where we want to be and, more importantly, how we get there?
What contribution can you make? Sign the pledge to help in IT/Match day/Social Media/ Fundraising/Ground upkeep/Admin…any skill or time you have that can help the Rovers stay strong.
The club’s manager, Brian Kerr, will also make himself available for supporters to question how the team are doing
An online survey, will give all supporters an opportunity to participate in the consultation exercise, including those unable to attend consultation event.

The consultation event will be led by new Albion Rovers Supporters’ Trust Chair, Alison McGowan with David Douglas, Albion Rovers Chief Executive and Brian Kerr, Albion Rovers FC Manager held on the lounge part of the stadium at 7pm on Wednesday 16th August.

The questionnaire will be available on line from Friday 18th August.

No need to register your interest for the evening event on August 16th.
Simply come along.
David Douglas | Chief Executive Albion Rovers FC


 

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Good to see U20s `keeper Daniel Potts making his full debut last night v Spartans, in a side showing seven changes from that which started v Queens Park last Saturday. Not only did the debutant `keeper keep a clean sheet for 120 minutes of play but made two penalty saves in the shoot out which took Rovers into the next round.

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On 8/13/2017 at 18:03, The Pastmaster said:

A seminar, to be held in the Stadium’s lounge area,open to all Rovers supporters to attend;
The session will begin with short presentations by David Douglas, Chief Executive and Brian Kerr club manager, followed by a variety of group discussions chaired by Alison McGowan, ARFC Trust chair, on topics including:
Where are we now?
What is working well?
What requires to change?
We will also look to the future to confirm where we want to be and, more importantly, how we get there?
What contribution can you make? Sign the pledge to help in IT/Match day/Social Media/ Fundraising/Ground upkeep/Admin…any skill or time you have that can help the Rovers stay strong.
 

I wonder whether we're looking for someone to help with player registration - clicky :ph34r:

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19 minutes ago, The Pastmaster said:

Check your pm`s

 

11 minutes ago, Aloysius Snuffleupagus said:

Cheers Grant. Got it and replied!

It's rude to whisper, boys. Spill the beans.

I don't really care about the Irn-Bru cup, but worry that the club will be punished financially.

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5 minutes ago, Bold Rover said:

 

It's rude to whisper, boys. Spill the beans.

I don't really care about the Irn-Bru cup, but worry that the club will be punished financially.

Check yer pms...

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What's with all the check the pm's, are the rovers boys pm to arrange a ruck with the old section B ? 

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7 hours ago, Yoda8 said:

What's with all the check the pm's, are the rovers boys pm to arrange a ruck with the old section B ? 

Zimmer frames at dawn, although, to be fair, it doesn't seem to stop the Airdrie boys.

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Zimmer frames at dawn, although, to be fair, it doesn't seem to stop the Airdrie boys.


I'll hold the Zimmer frames for yourself and Bold whilst you auld fellas sort things out

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I'm sorting out Albion Rovers for FM18 and any help on this would be appreciated guys....

Who would you consider to be Albion Rovers legends?

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John White, Matt Carson, Jock Stein, Tony Green, Jim Brown, Danny Hegan, John Brogan, Peter Dickson, Scott Chaplain, John Dillon, Ray Franchetti, John Gemmell, Vic Kasule, Kevin McCallister, Tommy Sermanni, Duncan Shields, Bernie Slaven, Mark Yardley, Jim Chapman.......just a few of the top of my head. 

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9 hours ago, sam2304 said:

Everyone Grant mentioned above and a shout for Mick Dunlop too

I never saw the fuss over this guy.

why did rovers fans rate him so highly. Slow out of shape and not very good

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I never saw the fuss over this guy.
why did rovers fans rate him so highly. Slow out of shape and not very good


In his last season or two he was noticeably slower but he rarely lost a ball in the air and was in general a calm head at the back. His brother Ross did the running for both of them, such was the nature of their partnership. Also captain of our title winning team, I reckon he deserves his place

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On 14/08/2017 at 03:03, The Pastmaster said:

Albion Rovers FC are embarking on a series of activities to review its vision and prioritise its objectives for the club.

In previous years the Rovers board had developed plans, but these have been more internally focussed. The board recognised that the club needed to widen the conversation about its priorities and increase participation in any review process, in order to ensure that the aims and objectives of Albion Rovers FC are formed from a shared vision, collated from the views of all those having an interest in ensuring a positive future for the club, especially its supporters.

It is recognised that engagement with supporters throughout any review process is critical for its success. The club aim to begin a supporters’ consultation exercise which will include:-

A seminar, to be held in the Stadium’s lounge area,open to all Rovers supporters to attend;
The session will begin with short presentations by David Douglas, Chief Executive and Brian Kerr club manager, followed by a variety of group discussions chaired by Alison McGowan, ARFC Trust chair, on topics including:
Where are we now?
What is working well?
What requires to change?
We will also look to the future to confirm where we want to be and, more importantly, how we get there?
What contribution can you make? Sign the pledge to help in IT/Match day/Social Media/ Fundraising/Ground upkeep/Admin…any skill or time you have that can help the Rovers stay strong.
The club’s manager, Brian Kerr, will also make himself available for supporters to question how the team are doing
An online survey, will give all supporters an opportunity to participate in the consultation exercise, including those unable to attend consultation event.

The consultation event will be led by new Albion Rovers Supporters’ Trust Chair, Alison McGowan with David Douglas, Albion Rovers Chief Executive and Brian Kerr, Albion Rovers FC Manager held on the lounge part of the stadium at 7pm on Wednesday 16th August.

The questionnaire will be available on line from Friday 18th August.

No need to register your interest for the evening event on August 16th.
Simply come along.
David Douglas | Chief Executive Albion Rovers FC

 

David held this meeting with Clyde fans last season too. Was a very good and worthwhile meeting.


 

 

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