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Lowland league attendances 2018/19

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1 hour ago, GordonS said:

I wasn't being remotely, even to the tiniest degree, sarcy. My post was 100% as it was written. If you've taken anything else from it that's entirely, entirely on you.

There was no food before the game. I only criticised what I could see with my eyes. I don't want to be a journalist, I was only responding to the OP with the attendance but making clear I was only there for the first half. I only said more when another poster asked why I left.

I feel like I've walked into a pub only to find the music screech off and everyone turn to look at me. I'll get back to watching football and leave you boys to your local forum, for local people.

Innerleithen are already 2-0 up, I'm not going to count how many are here in case someone takes it the wrong way emoji55.png

:lol: well Whitehill 6 doon wi a decent 200+ crowd if that keeps the peace :thumsup2

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10 minutes ago, newcastle broon said:

:lol: well Whitehill 6 doon wi a decent 200+ crowd if that keeps the peace :thumsup2

You ok *** x

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21 minutes ago, heedthebaa said:

You ok *** x

:lol: fine pal. 

Pity aboot my team :shutup

I just hope their gk was injured (subbed) otherwise it was taking the piss :lol:

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Just now, newcastle broon said:

:lol: fine pal. 

Pity aboot my team :shutup

I just hope their gk was injured (subbed) otherwise it was taking the piss :lol:

They’re an arrogant bunch bud, glad to see the back of them tbh :lol:

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15 minutes ago, heedthebaa said:

They’re an arrogant bunch bud, glad to see the back of them tbh :lol:

And we get them on a Tuesday night!!!

Imagine what they'd have brought through on a Saturday. 

How unlucky is that :lol:

 

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16 minutes ago, newcastle broon said:

And we get them on a Tuesday night!!!

Imagine what they'd have brought through on a Saturday. 

How unlucky is that :lol:

 

Hope @Rab B Nesbit had enough programmes tonight 

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2 hours ago, GordonS said:

Innerleithen are already 2-0 up, I'm not going to count how many are here in case someone takes it the wrong way emoji55.png

I counted over a hundred :) Fairly local game for me and I went on a whim as I don't often get the chance to watch non-'Well games - pretty entertaining game (4-2 Vale) and a decent enough crowd (although most were from Gala I guess). 

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32 minutes ago, heedthebaa said:

Hope @Rab B Nesbit had enough programmes tonight 

Top quality programme. Great how he managed to get an up to date picture of Kelty Main street on the cover.

Edited by gogsy

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1 minute ago, gogsy said:

Top quality programme.

He’s a cheeky hoor, but talented 

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23 minutes ago, Swello said:

I counted over a hundred :) Fairly local game for me and I went on a whim as I don't often get the chance to watch non-'Well games - pretty entertaining game (4-2 Vale) and a decent enough crowd (although most were from Gala I guess). 

The official count was 153, there was a decent support for Vale tonight plus  two Walsall and Leicester supporters doing a visit to non-league grounds. One even won the half time draw.  

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1 hour ago, newcastle broon said:

:lol: fine pal. 

Pity aboot my team :shutup

I just hope their gk was injured (subbed) otherwise it was taking the piss :lol:

He was injured.

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24 minutes ago, Ruthrieston said:

The official count was 153, there was a decent support for Vale tonight plus  two Walsall and Leicester supporters doing a visit to non-league grounds. One even won the half time draw.  

I was pleasantly surprised to be honest - hadn't expected so many - I assume it will be one of the bigger crowds of the season?

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235 at Whitehill tonight. 

We’ll just leave it at that. 

Night all. 

Edited by Rab B Nesbit

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3 hours ago, Swello said:

I counted over a hundred :) Fairly local game for me and I went on a whim as I don't often get the chance to watch non-'Well games - pretty entertaining game (4-2 Vale) and a decent enough crowd (although most were from Gala I guess). 

My guess was 100-120, but there was a guy with a clicker on the gate so I imagine there will be a 'fishel attendance figure.

Really enjoyable, spicy game, some good goals, excellent pitch, nice ground with a stunning backdrop, mild and dry evening... I can't understand why any local football fan would rather watch the telly than go to a game like that.

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2 hours ago, Ruthrieston said:

The official count was 153, there was a decent support for Vale tonight plus  two Walsall and Leicester supporters doing a visit to non-league grounds. One even won the half time draw.  

I noticed a few ground-hoppers with English accents. I was groundhopping too, I suppose, but experience of serious groundhoppers has left me wanting to avoid them. 

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5 hours ago, GordonS said:

I noticed a few ground-hoppers with English accents. I was groundhopping too, I suppose, but experience of serious groundhoppers has left me wanting to avoid them. 

I think most "groundhoppers" want to avoid "serious groundhoppers". I just go to various different grounds, I don't make it a religious thing in not counting the ground if they don't issue a program, if it's a friendly or whatever. A friend of mine who has been to all 92 league grounds in England hasn't done "the 92" according to some of those "serious groundhoppers", as he went to some of the clubs before their last promotion. Apparently, if a club has been relegated from the EFL and comes back up, you'll have to visit them again...

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11 hours ago, GordonS said:

My guess was 100-120, but there was a guy with a clicker on the gate so I imagine there will be a 'fishel attendance figure.

Really enjoyable, spicy game, some good goals, excellent pitch, nice ground with a stunning backdrop, mild and dry evening... I can't understand why any local football fan would rather watch the telly than go to a game like that.

A significant proportion of people interested in football never go to matches and perhaps rarely did in the past either. To these people, football is only what they see on the telly.

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1 hour ago, cmontheloknow said:

A significant proportion of people interested in football never go to matches and perhaps rarely did in the past either. To these people, football is only what they see on the telly.

Never thought of that. How sad. Telly's nothing like being there. 

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