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VALE OF CLYDE - NEWS FROM FULLARTON PARK, TOLLCROSS

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The Tollcross-based club have been lacking a platform to promote themselves

for the past couple of years. Hopefully this new topic will reverse that trend.

NEW MANAGER:  The committee are delighted to confirm the appointment of

MR MARK MacKAY as manager for the 2018-2019 season.  Mark was a prolific

goalscorer in a junior football career which spanned such clubs as Baillieston,

Cumbernauld, Blantyre Vics, Lesmahagow, Rob Roy and Rutherglen Glencairn.

He enjoyed championship and promotion-winning success in the game, before

racking-up honours at Tynecastle AFC ,and more recently Red Star AFC (Glasgow),

where he ended the 2017-2018 campaign as manager of a treble-winning team

in the Glasgow and District Saturday Morning Amateur Football League.

When the opportunity arose to became the Tin Pail manager he admitted: "I

could not turn down their approach. They have smashing, long-serving people

behind the scenes who are crying out for help, support, and success."

MIDWEEK MEETING:  The new boss was delighted to see several new faces

turn out for Wednesday's committee/management meeting at Fullarton

Park.  Said Mark: "It is what the club needs - new blood and fresh ideas."

PRE-SEASON TRAINING:  The Tin Pail resume on Monday, June 25. The

manager is eager to recruit new signings plus bring any potential trialists on

board for Monday/Wednesday stints. There will be double sessions on two 

successive Saturdays.

SPONSORSHIP:  Vale of Clyde have a number of attractive packages available

to suit any company budget, and officials are willing to talk with all interested

parties.

 

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Mark MacKay, Glencairn legend. Best of luck wee man, always welcome at our place. Look forward to seeing you in the Sectional if you're still in our group.

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As it stands the backroom team will be Tom Scott GK coach 

Tam Bradley coach/assistant who was a player last season with the club.

Glensmad thanks so much for your kind words loved my time at the glens probably the best years i had in the juniors and never should have left 

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As it stands the backroom team will be Tom Scott GK coach 
Tam Bradley coach/assistant who was a player last season with the club.
Glensmad thanks so much for your kind words loved my time at the glens probably the best years i had in the juniors and never should have left 

Don’t think any Glencairn Supporter would not wish Mark every success in his future role with Vale of Clyde. Always gave The Glens 110%!

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42 minutes ago, Cairn1902 said:


Don’t think any Glencairn Supporter would not wish Mark every success in his future role with Vale of Clyde. Always gave The Glens 110%!

GREAT to view genuine messages of goodwill from Cairn 1902 and Glensmad.

Well said both gentlemen. Also over 440 views, which is amazing. The Tollcross

club have a great history and tradition, and fair play to Mr MacKay he is trying

to raise awareness and standards ( on and off the park) at the Tin Pail.

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Good to see the Tin Pail have a platform on this forum Marky great to see you trying to raise all standards at the club well done. How are thing in the resigning front have most of the players you wanted signed on again. Have we any new players signed grapevine saying shawsy and young Fraser any more. Mon e Tin Pail....bring on new season

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24 minutes ago, Argushenrik said:

Good to see the Tin Pail have a platform on this forum Marky great to see you trying to raise all standards at the club well done. How are thing in the resigning front have most of the players you wanted signed on again. Have we any new players signed grapevine saying shawsy and young Fraser any more. Mon e Tin Pail....bring on new season

Having spoken with the new manager this week, I know he has been overwhelmed 

over various messages, texts and particularly comments expressed via this Pie and

Bovril Forum. He is solely responsible for releasing news on players staying, new

signings and trialists who are being invited to attend pre-season ( starts MONDAY,

JUNE 25). The Tin Pail need to attract more good people like yourself through the

gate on match days at Fullarton Park for the season ahead, and that will be one of

his long-term targets.

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13 hours ago, Donscott22 said:

Buzzing to get back to it on monday under the new gaffer     #tinpail 

Don. Hard work ahead for all the squad ( including unsigned players and trialists),

but that is what pre-season is all about at any level of the game. Have viewed your 

new gaffer's training methods, I am sure everyone will enjoy and reap the benefits of

his sessions. On another theme, I was disappointed to hear that your former club,

Broomhouse, has folded. I have followed their progress through Boys' Club football

onto over-21 level. They had dedicated and fantastic people running the set-up.

I hope those gentlemen and the players are not completely lost to football. 

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Good to see the Tin Pail have a platform on this forum Marky great to see you trying to raise all standards at the club well done. How are thing in the resigning front have most of the players you wanted signed on again. Have we any new players signed grapevine saying shawsy and young Fraser any more. Mon e Tin Pail....bring on new season
We have a few boys coming in from my old club yes but also others coming in to training over the next few weeks

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Looking forward to see who comes in at the start of the season. Hopefully help push towards a promotion year........Have we any friendly games lined in the near future, good platform to advertise these games and chance to purchase season tickets for the coming year.....

 

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On 23/06/2018 at 08:06, Mackay14 said:

Glensmad thanks so much for your kind words loved my time at the glens probably the best years i had in the juniors and never should have left 

eh.... was that not your time at Baillieston where I signed you from Postal .... all the best Mark!

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eh.... was that not your time at Baillieston where I signed you from Postal .... all the best Mark!


I also like my time at Baillieston

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Looking forward to see who comes in at the start of the season. Hopefully help push towards a promotion year........Have we any friendly games lined in the near future, good platform to advertise these games and chance to purchase season tickets for the coming year.....
 
We will get all the details out asap just a few details to finalize at the moment

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On 23/06/2018 at 14:23, Arsene Tatters said:

Thanks Mark. Here's to a good season :cheers

Tremendous work by the Tin Pail President MR MORRISON in securing a

sponsorship deal with MD ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS LTD, who will

help with the purchase of players' training kit, tracksuits and polo shirts:thumsup2

In return, MD ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS LTD will be afforded ground,

kit and media advertising as part of the deal. 

New Vale Manager Mark MacKay said:  "It is a terrific boost for the Tin Pail.

"Hopefully, their involvement will entice other companies, groups or 

individuals to come forward and pledge support in any shape or form.

The club has a number of packages to suit anyone's budget.

"A number of willing volunteers and interested parties attended our 

recent committee meeting, and are transforming the ground nearly every

night of the week plus weekends, by focusing on repairs around the pitch and 

inside the dressing rooms. I want them to know their efforts  are greatly

appreciated."

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All positive noise so far...good work by the president.....well done John........lets keep going with the positive vibes.........Tin Pail moving in the right direction.....Mon e Tin Pail....

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Vale Secretary/Club Delegate Mr Jim Wilson has confirmed today work on the

the Fullarton Park playing surface includes both goalmouths,  seeding, feeding,

fertilising and verti draining throughout.  Jim and Mr John Morrison were

greatly encouraged by the fantastic work carried out  - through the efforts

of many local people - prior to the recent Michael O'Donnell Fun Day.

Their hard-working organisers - male and female - raised a substantial five-

figure sum, which, in keeping with previous years, will greatly benefit numerous

Charity Organisations. Well done the O'Donnell family and their many helpers.

Vale of Clyde F.C. are honoured to be part of the annual Fun Day, and also be 

in a position to further help the local community.

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