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Szamo's_Ammo

Dunfermline v Dundee United | Dundee United v Dunfermline

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So there we have it; Inverness's late run came just too late.

The first leg is at East End Park on Tuesday 1 May with the second leg at Tannadice on Friday 4 May. 

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I hope Dundee United win because I support them.

Predicting anything with the Terrors this season is pointless. 

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Think we can do it. They were pish last time we played them up at Tannadice.

Really looking forward to this

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7 minutes ago, DA Baracus said:

Think we can do it. They were pish last time we played them up at Tannadice.

Really looking forward to this

The stats from your game today made interesting reading.

 

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A convincing home win will save me £15 from the Friday match

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Wish I could say it will be good to enjoy the playoffs without bricking it being involved. 

I cant though, and it wont. Just hope for some good games, heads gones etc. Real mountain to climb for the teams in at this stage. 

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There's no doubt about it, Dunfermline are hot favourites coming into this on the back of a long unbeaten run. 

Should be a great atmosphere down at EEP on Tuesday night. 

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Was a bit more confident before I saw Fraser played for United today and also that MacDonald scored again. Could go either way. We need to win the home leg to have any chance.

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Have Dunfermline got permission from the SPFL already to charge £5 for concessions? Minimum price per the rules is £6.

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4 minutes ago, Flash said:

Have Dunfermline got permission from the SPFL already to charge £5 for concessions? Minimum price per the rules is £6.

So grounds for appeal if we lose?

 

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Should be two great crowds and atmospheres. Dunfermline had 5500 fans today so i’m expecting them to sell around that for the EEP game and United should take down around 2000 anyway.

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Have Dunfermline got permission from the SPFL already to charge £5 for concessions? Minimum price per the rules is £6.
Concessions are £10. Under-12s are £5... I think at Tannadice they are free?

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1 hour ago, Jimmy85 said:

Massive game. A real 6 pointer imo. 

You don’t get points in Scottish Cup games m8.

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The queue for tickets was the entire length on the main stand after full time today and that was ST holders only I think this will be close to a sell out we might even open the NE stand. Cracking game can’t wait

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30 minutes ago, Salvo Montalbano said:
1 hour ago, Flash said:
Have Dunfermline got permission from the SPFL already to charge £5 for concessions? Minimum price per the rules is £6.

Concessions are £10. Under-12s are £5... I think at Tannadice they are free?

Yeah, I meant the minimum price for any concession is £6. I’m guessing Dunfermline must have contacted the SPFL before they knew for sure that they had qualified. 

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17 minutes ago, Flash said:

Yeah, I meant the minimum price for any concession is £6. I’m guessing Dunfermline must have contacted the SPFL before they knew for sure that they had qualified. 

The SPFL set the prices and keep the profits from playoff games. The dirty b*****ds.

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16 minutes ago, Szamo's_Ammo said:

The SPFL set the prices and keep the profits from playoff games. The dirty b*****ds.

They set minimum prices. For this round, the minimum for adults is £12 and Dunfermline are charging £15, which is maybe why they have been allowed to charge £5 for U12s. The SPFL  don’t keep all the profits. They take 42.5% of the gate money. The home clubs keep the rest.

For info, the minimum prices for the final are £18 and £12 concessions.

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1 minute ago, Flash said:

They set minimum prices. For this round, the minimum for adults is £12 and Dunfermline are charging £15, which is maybe why they have been allowed to charge £5 for U12s. The SPFL  don’t keep all the profits. They take 42.5% of the gate money. The home clubs keep the rest.

For info, the minimum prices for the final are £18 and £12 concessions.

That's an absolute fucking joke.

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Yeah, I meant the minimum price for any concession is £6. I’m guessing Dunfermline must have contacted the SPFL before they knew for sure that they had qualified. 
So must United then if under-12s are actually free? £12 seems a strange minimum too when no club charges anything like that (Brechin were £13 I think but every other club were £17+?). The 40 odd percent is a bit high tbh. I know they use it to fund the parachute payment but surely that should come from the TV cash seeing as it's for a Premiership team that is heading down.

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