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


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56 minutes ago, Jacksgranda said:

It's impossible to answer that question.

We're done with that shite in this thread

2 hours ago, GNU_Linux said:

Falkirk sauce for anyone wondering:


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This is the stuff we're here for

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2 hours ago, Dons_1988 said:

Is that genuine? 

That seems like a club in big trouble financially, and I say that knowing nothing of their finances. 

Part of an email to the fans

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Is that genuine? 
That seems like a club in big trouble financially, and I say that knowing nothing of their finances. 
I suppose the options are:

1) Falkirk are in big financial trouble.
2) The board have lost the plot.

Or some melange of the two.
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3 hours ago, DiegoDiego said:

I suppose the options are:

1) Falkirk are in big financial trouble.
2) The board have lost the plot.

Or some melange of the two.

We took a hit with Director loans being in League One, just isn't enough prize money to sustain a FT club with our infostructure, we were lucky enough to only spend one season there though. Falkirk have 5X our ST sales but i doubt it covers wages and the running of the club either, and they've been down there a few seasons now. Sacking managers will be expensive as well i'd imagine, having to pay off contracts.

There are far better ways to frame asking for help e mails though, that's for sure, who the hell thought that was a well worded cry for help, to have a pop at ST holders not giving them extra dosh!

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7 hours ago, LIVIFOREVER said:

Wonder if they'll put up a name and shame them list of anyone not joining the Falkirk supporters' society, then read it out at HT.

 

I am not a Falkirk fan but I went to one of their matches once (v Dundee Utd) and also saw Madness at their stadium.  Does that commit me to contributing somewhere between £12-£10,000?

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6 minutes ago, ropy said:

I am not a Falkirk fan but I went to one of their matches once (v Dundee Utd) and also saw Madness at their stadium.  Does that commit me to contributing somewhere between £12-£10,000?

Maybe they'll have your name on the list of contributors to Falkirk but not having signed up to the Falkirk Society, did they send you an e mail telling you to get your shoulder to the  See the source image

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2 minutes ago, LIVIFOREVER said:

Maybe they'll have your name on the list of contributors to Falkirk but not having signed up to the Falkirk Society, did they send you an e mail telling you to get your shoulder to the  See the source image

I am imagining offenders strapped to that as it goes round 

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6 hours ago, LIVIFOREVER said:

We took a hit with Director loans being in League One, just isn't enough prize money to sustain a FT club with our infostructure, we were lucky enough to only spend one season there though. Falkirk have 5X our ST sales but i doubt it covers wages and the running of the club either, and they've been down there a few seasons now. Sacking managers will be expensive as well i'd imagine, having to pay off contracts.

There are far better ways to frame asking for help e mails though, that's for sure, who the hell thought that was a well worded cry for help, to have a pop at ST holders not giving them extra dosh!

Especially when you don't the prizes 

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