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8 hours ago, Marten said:

Some excellent work going on at Tweedmouth. They are clearly working towards getting licensed. Fair play to them.

We played down there second last game of the season and you could see all the hard work that was taking place

The club is run buy nice people good luck to them

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They improved on the field albeit not winning game(s) but performances improved 10 fold. Very resolute and defended well.

Again hard because local lads don't have the correct mindset but will struggle in my eyes to attract players unless the purse strings are stretched further. Previous manager was promised a budget and was shit on I believe.

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Interesting as Crossgates have no intention of seeking a license. They are just delighted to be with the big boys in the eos premier.

Great achievement.

 

 

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4 minutes ago, superbigal said:

Interesting as Crossgates have no intention of seeking a license. They are just delighted to be with the big boys in the eos.

Keeping up with the Joneses partly and general upkeep I'd imagine. Even though they might not have licensing at the forefront of their mind, they're surrounded by those that do. So you're going to look at how you can compete on and off the field.

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I've just driven by Olivebank and it looks like Musselburgh have made further improvement's to the ground with improving the fencing. I understand they were quoted something daft (£120k+) for putting floodlights in. Hopefully the council are able to help them out a bit

Civil Service and Coldstream now have submitted plans for installing floodlights.

I could be putting 2+2 together the wrong way but both Girvan and Burntisland have had meetings with the SFP about facilities in the last 12 months too. Other than floodlights I can't think what other facilities they would be meeting about

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