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“the heroes of Tynecastle”



Here we go, the homeless World Cup holders are chipping in to an adult conversation

Go away and sponge a ground of some other club rather than cast aspersions on a club, with a ground, uninterrupted history and silverware , all of which are conspicuous by their absence at the mighty bankies

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17 minutes ago, Bella La ghostie said:

So two of Ayrshire’s finest football clubs are set to go head to head in the country’s premier knock out competition. Ayr, one of only two senior sides in Ayrshire look like finally qualifying to the top rung again. Talbot are the best Junior club in Scotland from a region with the best Junior tradition and pedigree. This is a real occasion, undeniable. So what do we get? Immature petty jealousy and cringeworthy sniping and sneering. Quite pathetic. To those who are attempting to join in the celebration of a terrific Ayrshire football event, hats off. 

Looking forward to this game, but it's worth pointing out that with Bonnyton Thistle joining the South of Scotland League last year, there are now three senior sides in Ayrshire.

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1 hour ago, Blackie Gold said:

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Junior thicko 

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As much as I respect Beith this tie has generated more interest than their game against Ayr.

I'll probably get slaughtered here but unlike Senior teams I'm sure the majority of juniors fans will be backing Talbot on this game.

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5 minutes ago, Smudger said:

Bet you had a w**k when the draw was made

 

Aye finding out the SFA gave us first two rounds as a bye made me realise our name is on the cup. 

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I think all junior fans would be proud to see Auchinleck do well for our grade-I know that all the Lok fans I have spoken to wish them well-but no one is under any illusion as to how massive a challenge this game is against a team who are at the moment on the way to Scotland’s elite and who on paper should win quite easily...

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Cut through all the daftness which has been written here and anyone who knows football knows this is a fantastic prospect. If Ayr play to form then Talbot won't get near them. However, the fact that they are visiting a packed Beechwood against a team/club who embody not only the spirit of the Juniors but grassroots football in general, not to mention that they don't know when they're beat, means that there is a huge element of jeopardy for Ayr.

Any way you slice it, BBC airing a match live from a Junior ground is just great. Well done to all at Talbot for playing their part in securing such an event. Yet another milestone for the club and yet another memory to give the people of Auchinleck and the district!

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5 hours ago, WitsTheGoalieDain? said:

That one time.. at tynecastle IMG_4120.jpg.3095dd0882e2a5cc42ea6b7bf8efc011.jpg

The only way you lot will play at Tynecastle is if you groundshare. The way your lot are going through grounds it might happen, especially if you join the EOSL.

Edited by Blackie Gold

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9 hours ago, Killiepiyo said:

Televised cup game at home with an over confident 'big' team. That my friends has classic written all over it :thumsup2

:lol:

Good luck with that.

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The only way you lot will play at Tynecastle is if you groundshare. The way your lot are going through grounds it might happen, especially if you join the EOSL.

Blah blah blah homeless blah blah blah groundshare blah blah blah heard it

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Cut through all the daftness which has been written here and anyone who knows football knows this is a fantastic prospect. If Ayr play to form then Talbot won't get near them. However, the fact that they are visiting a packed Beechwood against a team/club who embody not only the spirit of the Juniors but grassroots football in general, not to mention that they don't know when they're beat, means that there is a huge element of jeopardy for Ayr.
Any way you slice it, BBC airing a match live from a Junior ground is just great. Well done to all at Talbot for playing their part in securing such an event. Yet another milestone for the club and yet another memory to give the people of Auchinleck and the district!
JB, A very good rehash of what most Talbot posters on here have already said.

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27 minutes ago, Talbot 1978 said:
4 hours ago, jimbaxters said:
Cut through all the daftness which has been written here and anyone who knows football knows this is a fantastic prospect. If Ayr play to form then Talbot won't get near them. However, the fact that they are visiting a packed Beechwood against a team/club who embody not only the spirit of the Juniors but grassroots football in general, not to mention that they don't know when they're beat, means that there is a huge element of jeopardy for Ayr.
Any way you slice it, BBC airing a match live from a Junior ground is just great. Well done to all at Talbot for playing their part in securing such an event. Yet another milestone for the club and yet another memory to give the people of Auchinleck and the district!

JB, A very good rehash of what most Talbot posters on here have already said.

Do you have posting mince on here as a hobby on your CV?

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Looking forward to this game, but it's worth pointing out that with Bonnyton Thistle joining the South of Scotland League last year, there are now three senior sides in Ayrshire.

Probably wisny worth pointing that out

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2 hours ago, iPhone said:

Talbot will need the luck of the green in this one to have any chance of progressing.

Rub of the green.

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Blah blah blah homeless blah blah blah groundshare blah blah blah heard it
Aye probably right you've heard all the homeless stuff before, but know what I've not heard is how successful your team are # wish you where the talbot

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12 hours ago, craigkillie said:

Looking forward to this game, but it's worth pointing out that with Bonnyton Thistle joining the South of Scotland League last year, there are now three senior sides in Ayrshire.

You are factually correct, however your response helps clearly illustrate the idiosyncratic and baffling nature of the game in Scotland. Ayr are a proper Senior club with history and deserve a shot at the top again, as are Killie.  Bonnyton are a boys club fast tracked to be something else into a league that is no better than mid range amateur.  

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