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What's the most "Tin Pot" thing you've seen in the SPFL

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6 minutes ago, tree house tam said:

You're better than this.

Im really not...

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Better? 

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12 minutes ago, jagfox99 said:

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OK ok, here's the response you're so obviously desperate to hear;

Would it be more or less tinpot if one of the ends was knocked down before getting planning permission for its replacement, leaving a stadium with a junior-style grass banking behind the goals??

:)

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15 minutes ago, jagfox99 said:

Im really not...

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Better? 

You've missed the only major stadium in Tayside without four full stands..

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A Partick Thistle steward confiscating my flag in the pouring rain as it didn't have a fire safety certificate. Haven't bothered since.

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Hamilton wearing a  kit with two different brands because Adidas didn't do hoops at the time.

St Mirren having a Celtic Club Shop at their ground.

Livingston being locked out of the away changing room because Raith Rovers lost the key.

Falkirk's marketing department

Hibernian Football Club Club

Gretna releasing the single 'Living the dream' for the 2006 Scottish cup Final

 

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When Dundee used to play fan noise through the tannoy. Did they play fans singing too or am I making that bit up?


Unless I’m mistaken it’s part of one of the songs played before every game that were released on a CD in the early 2000s.

Not a case of creating a fake atmosphere, just a suitable backing noise for a football song.

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1 minute ago, Sloop John B said:

Hamilton wearing a  kit with two different brands because Adidas didn't do hoops at the time.

St Mirren having a Celtic Club Shop at their ground.

Livingston being locked out of the away changing room because Raith Rovers lost the key.

Falkirk's marketing department

Hibernian Football Club Club

Gretna releasing the single 'Living the dream' for the 2006 Scottish cup Final

 

The Livingston coach had the key but lost it.

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Any occasion when the home fans are outnumbered by the away fans - usually Kilmarnock or similar against either of the cheeks.

Sure we’ve come close at Tannadump too.

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1. Ron Dixon installing a greyhound track at Dens

2. Sevco staying at the Carnoustie Golf Hotel the night before an away fixture at Forfar

3. A Forfar game being held up for 10 minutes while some poor lackey had to climb onto the pitchside enclosure roof to retrieve the matchball

4. Dundee signing Gary Patterson from Lochore Welfare for £1000 and a set of tracksuits

5.  Dave "Coco" Smith taking to the tannoy before every game to motivate the fans, who all hated him. 

 

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Airdrie trialist coming on and volleying a peach of an own goal straight away from a corner.

"scorer for dunfermline no14 trialist" waaaay sign him up sign him up 

:lol:

Same game we had a fan take over as a linesman. 

 

Cardle had a good chance from a Gibson pass but unfortunately he drove the ball straight at the keeper. The introduction of another trialist for Airdrie in 57th minute made an immediate impact.  Unluckliy for him he made the headlines for scoring the most embarrassing of own goals with his first touch.  Bayne fed Woods out on the right wing and when he lofted the ball into the far side of the six yard box the TRIALIST (Tom Nolan)sunk a fine shot in off the left goalpost. Roars of laughter appropriately welcomed the strike.

 

An announcement went out appealing for an SFA registered referee that might be in the stadium and someone did emerge from the North West Stand to be ushered to the officials changing room. In the event there were three volunteers and the crowd were informed that indeed there would be a stand in linesman and the match would continue as soon as possible.  After Midlothian geography teacher, Joe Moore was stripped for action the match restarted 14 minutes later.

 

:lol:

 

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