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VALE OF CLYDE - NEWS FROM FULLARTON PARK, TOLLCROSS

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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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Good resigning made by Mr MacKay.  Vale supporters  will be looking

forward to hearing more about the squad as the pre-season sessions

gather speed. Twenty-two players went through their paces on Wednesday

evening.

A double stint awaits them this Saturday:thumsup2

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1 hour ago, Mackay14 said:

Fixtures are out !!!Screenshot_20180629-131436.jpg

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Two away games from three fixtures  early doors in the Sectional League Cup followed by

the visit of Thorniewood United, who are already making moves to strengthen their squad,

on Saturday, August 4.  Three automatic promotion places up-for-grabs this season. Huge

incentive for every club in the division!

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More good news tonight as CT plumbing, heating and gas has agree to be a pitch side sponsor for season 18-19 IMG_20180629_144304.jpg

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More good news tonight as CT plumbing, heating and gas has agree to be a pitch side sponsor for season 18-19 IMG_20180629_144304.thumb.jpg.34916fd3cd1dae1f7c81f1ff9df467b3.jpg
25 players at training and the committee working hard in the back ground. IMG-20180630-WA0000.jpg

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1 hour ago, Mackay14 said:

25 players at training and the committee working hard in the back ground. IMG-20180630-WA0000.jpg

GREAT turn-out for 2 sessions in some of the warmest weather we can ever

recall. Also the light lunch displayed out of the sun between sessions - at the

request of manager Mark MacKay -  was greatly appreciated by those who

attended. The difference in the surrounding areas within Fullarton Park over

the past fortnight is amazing. All down to the committee, the manager, who 

has put in extra hours at the park, and more volunteers. Well done everyone:thumsup2

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Manager Mark MacKay has confirmed two pre-season friendlies

against BSC and Wishaw Juniors - both away from Fullarton Park.

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17 hours ago, coach said:

GREAT turn-out for 2 sessions in some of the warmest weather we can ever

recall. Also the light lunch displayed out of the sun between sessions - at the

request of manager Mark MacKay -  was greatly appreciated by those who

attended. The difference in the surrounding areas within Fullarton Park over

the past fortnight is amazing. All down to the committee, the manager, who 

has put in extra hours at the park, and more volunteers. Well done everyone:thumsup2

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So pleased you are moving forward. I enjoy a wee day out at Fullerton Park. Good luck for the season , think if you can stay on the coat tails of the Gow you will be there or thereabouts. 

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17 minutes ago, Viewparker said:

So pleased you are moving forward. I enjoy a wee day out at Fullerton Park. Good luck for the season , think if you can stay on the coat tails of the Gow you will be there or thereabouts. 

New manager and committe will greatly appreciate your kind comments.As

yesterday demonstrated ( pre-season training sessions) everyone goes that

extra mile and more to make everyone welcome at Fullarton Park.

By the time clubs have completed around 6 league games a pattern will have

been established at the top end of the division. You take care.

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Venues listed for 4 league games in August On WEDNESDAY,

AUGUST  22nd, ASHFIELD will travel across Glasgow to

Fullarton Park ( kick-off 6.45PM) . At the end of that month

SALTCOATS VICTORIA F.C.  host the Tin Pail. 

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1 hour ago, Mackay14 said:

All at Vale Of Clyde are very saddened by the passing of our former manager Dennis Curran

Really sorry to hear that. A true gentleman. RIP Dennis.

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43 minutes ago, Arsene Tatters said:

Really sorry to hear that. A true gentleman. RIP Dennis.

Dennis had a great relationship with the good people at St Anthony.

Was also manager at Shettleston Juniors and Cumbernauld United.

I always found him to be very approachable on any aspect of junior

football, and I am positive his good friend Junior Gibson, whose 

training sessions Dennis reckoned were "top class", will be greatly

saddened over the news of his passing. RIP Mr Curran.

 

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All the best in your appointment at the Vale Mark....Watched your team last season on a few occasions... Very impressive season...:thumsup2

 

 

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7 hours ago, Mackay14 said:

More good news tonight as keeper Don Scott has signed for season 18-19 IMG_drj82t.jpg

Judging by the expression on Don's face, the pre-season sessions must be hard going:thumsup2

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1 hour ago, coach said:

Judging by the expression on Don's face, the pre-season sessions must be hard going:thumsup2

Thats a mug shot lol. Another very enjoyable session with tom and the lads but also chuffed to have resigned for the season its my local club with great men behind the scenes and new gaffer marky is a top man whos really looking to push club foward on and off the park so was a no brainer to ignore other intrest and resign for the tinpail  : )

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9 hours ago, Donscott22 said:

Thats a mug shot lol. Another very enjoyable session with tom and the lads but also chuffed to have resigned for the season its my local club with great men behind the scenes and new gaffer marky is a top man whos really looking to push club foward on and off the park so was a no brainer to ignore other intrest and resign for the tinpail  : )

Don, Goalkeepers have worked brilliantly.  The lads - especially at Under-21

and Under-19 level -  have taken a great deal from 3 sessions, and everyone

has encouraged and supported  each other throughout. A real learning 

process for the gks attached to amateur clubs.  Totally agree with your comments

about "great men behind the scenes" - they deserve long overdue success.

The new managers methods are like a breath of fresh air, and it is good to hear

you have bought into his methods by staying at the Tin Pail.  Good luck for the

season ahead.

 

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Thats a mug shot lol. Another very enjoyable session with tom and the lads but also chuffed to have resigned for the season its my local club with great men behind the scenes and new gaffer marky is a top man whos really looking to push club foward on and off the park so was a no brainer to ignore other intrest and resign for the tinpail  : )
Good luck big man try get along to a game this season

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