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5 hours ago, super_carson said:

I think that is probably why - I'd expect there is maybe 1 or 2 people not on furlough, but there time would be for business purposes rather than social media, shop etc. 

Only 1 person not on furlough and I feel they are exceptionally busy 

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2 hours ago, D'Jaffo said:

Hearts fans getting themselves into an awful mess on that Kickback page and on Twitter over Lachlans comments. Threats of boycotting games at Somerset and hoping we go bust.

You love to see it.

Just had a read through. Deary me. We seem to be getting it in the neck a bit too and we havent said anything at all. Basically if you arent ICT then you sit with the Devil!

The irony of Hearts fans now white knighting Scot Gardiner and Rangers FC is quite amusing though.

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30 minutes ago, Skyline Drifter said:

Just had a read through. Deary me. We seem to be getting it in the neck a bit too and we havent said anything at all. Basically if you arent ICT then you sit with the Devil!

The irony of Hearts fans now white knighting Scot Gardiner and Rangers FC is quite amusing though.

I especially liked the bit where someone was bemoaning the fact that Somerset isn't fancy enough to justify travelling down just to smash the place up a bit.  

I'm maybe biased but nothing I've seen from Lachlan suggests he has voted Hearts to be relegated simply because of the possible 'windfall'.   Especially as it's offset against losing Partick who I'd imagine are one of our biggest away crowds anyway.

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There was a chairman on Radio Scotland, Maybe Forfar who said he would rather have a league with Falkirk and Partick crowds than vote for a bigger league with more travelling and smaller away crowds.  

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Doc must have had a nosey on this thread yesterday and saw the comment that complained he hadn’t thanked us on Twitter. He’s put a post up now 

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Think this is our current state of play:

Ayr United 2020/2021

Goalkeepers: 

 

Defenders:

Sam Roscoe (2021)

Jordan Houston (2022)

Finn Ecrepont (2021) - Reserves 

Michael Hewitt(2021)- Reserves- On loan at Annan till end of the season. 

 

Midfielders: 

Mark Kerr (Player Manager)

Luke McCowan (2021)

 

Strikers: 

Craig Moore (2021)

Mark McKenzie (2021)

 

Out of contract:

Steven Bell

Daniel Harvie

Aaron Muirhead

Andy Geggan 

Grant Gillespie

Andy Murdoch 

Michael Moffat 

Leon Murphy

End of loans: 

Ross Doohan (Returned to Celtic)

Stephen Kelly (Returned to Rangers)

Scott Tiffioney (Returned to Livingston)

Aaron Drinan (Retuurned to Ipswich Town) 

Connor Malley (Returned to Middlesbrough)

Confirmed as departed:

Alan Forrest (Livingston)

Ross Docherty (Partick Thistle)

Ellis Hare-Reid?

 

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11 minutes ago, ayrunitedfw said:

Think this is our current state of play:

Ayr United 2020/2021

Goalkeepers: 

 

Defenders:

Sam Roscoe (2021)

Jordan Houston (2022)

Finn Ecrepont (2021) - Reserves 

Michael Hewitt(2021)- Reserves- On loan at Annan till end of the season. 

 

Midfielders: 

Mark Kerr (Player Manager)

Luke McCowan (2021)

 

Strikers: 

Craig Moore (2021)

Mark McKenzie (2021)

 

Out of contract:

Steven Bell

Daniel Harvie

Aaron Muirhead

Andy Geggan 

Grant Gillespie

Andy Murdoch 

Michael Moffat 

Leon Murphy

End of loans: 

Ross Doohan (Returned to Celtic)

Stephen Kelly (Returned to Rangers)

Scott Tiffioney (Returned to Livingston)

Aaron Drinan (Retuurned to Ipswich Town) 

Connor Malley (Returned to Middlesbrough)

Confirmed as departed:

Alan Forrest (Livingston)

Ross Docherty (Partick Thistle)

Ellis Hare-Reid?

 

I wouldn't be upset if we kept everyone, The only ones I'd be upset at losing are Harvey, Murdoch and Moffat. 

Gillespie didn't look up to it in the few times I saw him, Geggan was brilliant/shite all season and Kerr will be retired now I'd expect so a major overhaul in midfield will be needed. 

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I wouldn't be upset if we kept everyone, The only ones I'd be upset at losing are Harvey, Murdoch and Moffat. 
Gillespie didn't look up to it in the few times I saw him, Geggan was brilliant/shite all season and Kerr will be retired now I'd expect so a major overhaul in midfield will be needed. 

Aye I’d probably keep everyone and get all the loans back except Tiffoney.

Main issues are finding Murdoch a midfielder to play next to and a replacement for Forrest. Another striker would be decent as I think Moffat is classed more as a midfielder with the management team now.

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Max Currie has left Stranraer, a GK I've always rated. Wouldn’t be upset if he ended up at us 

Airdrie bound I believe.

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See our 5-0 scudding of Dundee Utd at Tannadice is one of the options for the SPFL match replay or whatever it’s called. Get voting!

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See our 5-0 scudding of Dundee Utd at Tannadice is one of the options for the SPFL match replay or whatever it’s called. Get voting!

Oh ya fucker.

 

Wait, with gaelic commentary?

 

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Oh ya fucker. 
Wait, with gaelic commentary?
 

Dundee United commentary I hope.

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9 hours ago, ayrunitedfw said:

Think this is our current state of play:

Ayr United 2020/2021

Goalkeepers: 

 

Defenders:

Sam Roscoe (2021)

Jordan Houston (2022)

Finn Ecrepont (2021) - Reserves 

Michael Hewitt(2021)- Reserves- On loan at Annan till end of the season. 

 

Midfielders: 

Mark Kerr (Player Manager)

Luke McCowan (2021)

 

Strikers: 

Craig Moore (2021)

Mark McKenzie (2021)

 

Out of contract:

Steven Bell

Daniel Harvie

Aaron Muirhead

Andy Geggan 

Grant Gillespie

Andy Murdoch 

Michael Moffat 

Leon Murphy

End of loans: 

Ross Doohan (Returned to Celtic)

Stephen Kelly (Returned to Rangers)

Scott Tiffioney (Returned to Livingston)

Aaron Drinan (Retuurned to Ipswich Town) 

Connor Malley (Returned to Middlesbrough)

Confirmed as departed:

Alan Forrest (Livingston)

Ross Docherty (Partick Thistle)

Ellis Hare-Reid?

 

You look at that list and you try to square it with some of the dunderhead comments about Docherty being no great loss.  Going to take a long while to rebuild, but the only comfort is that pretty much everyone else is in the same boat.  

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10 hours ago, diegomarahenry said:

I wouldn't be upset if we kept everyone, The only ones I'd be upset at losing are Harvey, Murdoch and Moffat. 

Gillespie didn't look up to it in the few times I saw him, Geggan was brilliant/shite all season and Kerr will be retired now I'd expect so a major overhaul in midfield will be needed. 

The only ones that I would be devastated to lose would be Harvie and Murdoch. Would be pretty sad to see Moffat and Geggan go but I think that’s more about them being club legends that what they actually contributed on the pitch this season. The rest I’m meh about. 
 

Out of the loanees I’d like to see Doohan, Kelly and Drinan return. 

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21 minutes ago, rb123! said:

Ian Murray is a bam.

In another article he likened Hearts and Thistle's relegation to the disputed presidential election between Al Gore and Gerorge Bush. I'm sure he also reckoned Thistle were a point behind QoS when its 2 points so he can't even grasp basic facts.

The fact he is one of the better ones in Scottish Labour speaks volumes.

Edited by Trogdor

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2 hours ago, HMIP said:

You look at that list and you try to square it with some of the dunderhead comments about Docherty being no great loss. Going to take a long while to rebuild, but the only comfort is that pretty much everyone else is in the same boat.  

We should be used to the rebuild phase by now. It shouldn't take any longer than it normally does. 

There's potentially more possible options to come in. If the recruitment model is above average, we should be fine. 

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