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VALE OF CLYDE - NEWS FROM FULLARTON PARK, TOLLCROSS

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1 hour ago, TQ1910 said:

Good luck big man try get along to a game this season emoji106.png

Everyone around the club will be hoping the local community gets behind

and supports those people currently putting in long hours to improve 

the Fullarton Park ground - plus the new manager and his players.:)

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Everyone around the club will be hoping the local community gets behind
and supports those people currently putting in long hours to improve 
the Fullarton Park ground - plus the new manager and his players.
My brother has just signed for glencairn and I've played against big don a few times my Saturday's will be spent watching glens but w I'll make it up to a game

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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
 
 
Thanks very much mate

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SEASON TICKETS SALES:   CLUB ANNOUNCEMENT AS OF WEDNESDAY,

JULY 4.

OFFICIALS have confirmed SEASON TICKETS are priced at £60 Adults,

and £35 Senior Citizens and Children - good value given the recent

re-shaping of the West Region set-up and the Tin Pail's division, which 

now features Ayrshire clubs.  Three promotion places are up-for-grabs.

For anyone interested in purchasing a season ticket(s) - and helping the

progression of the Tollcross club under new management -  please respond

to this topic. Many thanks for your time.

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1 hour ago, Mackay14 said:

More good news as John McCue has agreed to return for season 18-19.IMG_20180704_140232.jpg

Another good resigning made  by the new manager. 

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Another good resigning made  by the new manager. 
After another great turn out tonight, we have got the ball rolling with new recruits. More news over the next few days

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On 02/07/2018 at 11:30, Mackay14 said:

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

Hearing funeral will be at Daldowie Crematorium on Wednesday, 11th

July at 12.45pm.  Would anticipate many ex-players who played for Mr

Curran, plus coaches and committee members from the junior clubs

he was involved with will pay their respects.

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Hearing funeral will be at Daldowie Crematorium on Wednesday, 11th
July at 12.45pm.  Would anticipate many ex-players who played for Mr
Curran, plus coaches and committee members from the junior clubs
he was involved with will pay their respects.
Training continues tomorrow for the vale and we hope to have a few more signings on board

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On 07/07/2018 at 15:11, Mackay14 said:

Another great turn out with 20 boys going through another tough shift

The current weather conditions cant be making it pleasant for

managers, coaches and players to work in - no matter their 

level in football - and especially if they are part-time.

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I'm the programme editor for Clydebank can anyone supply me with the Vale squad for the coming season so far including management and back room team, thanks

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SIGNING NEWS

Few more players put pen to paper last night for season 18-19. Will confirm all names as soon as they have been processed with the sjfa

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2 hours ago, Mackay14 said:

SIGNING NEWS

Few more players put pen to paper last night for season 18-19. Will confirm all names as soon as they have been processed with the sjfa

Another very warm night ( Monday) for the latest Vale session. Great turn-out

yet again, and good to watch a young Greenock Morton signing in working

with the older goalkeepers - not only attached to the Tin Pail - but also

amateur football and Under-19s.  Did not look out of place.

Attendances by all accounts at every training session have been very good.

Clearly a reflection on the way new manager Mark MacKay has gone about

his business from day one.

 

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New Recruit signs for 18-19

First player to put pen to paper last night was Darren Ruddick. Darren midfielder welcome to the club Dazza aka techno

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12 hours ago, Mackay14 said:

The good news keeps coming for the vale as Gary Duggan was the next to sign, Gary joins us from newmains. Welcome to the club Gary

Looks like good progress being made regarding signings at the Tin Pail.

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