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Stirling Albion v Clyde

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Stirling a much improved outfit as they proved at Broadwood back in November. 

Stirling 1-0

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I did wonder if it was maybe a day too late for the covers when I saw Binoscammy's post.

 

Virtually no chance now I would think ;( 

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Was wondering why they were only planning to put them down today given the snow forecast for last night. 

A midweek trip there with Goodie back will suit us better though!

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The reason I want Patrick Thistle relegated is because they're Patrick Thistle.

I'd want that every season irrespective of Clyde's position.



Naaaa I’d rather have them in our league. Can’t beat those games against them!

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Great news.


Absolutely shitting it at the prospect of being steam rolled by the Rutkiewicz revolution imo.

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Great news if game is off, you can be sure this won't be rearranged until Goodie is available, suits me. Questions need to be asked why the pitch was not covered given  the weather forecast, probably shat it.

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Disappointed - but not surprised - to see yet another tinpot outfit failing to make the necessary preparations required to ensure the timely fulfilment of its fixtures. For shame.

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6 hours ago, The Clyde Man said:

Great news.

I may be in a minority of one, but I'm not sure it's such a good thing if the game is off. It may be better to have it on and keep the momentum going.

Plus we've already got the Elgin game to fit in.  Do we really want midweek games  squeezed in at the business end of the season?

 

 

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On reflection probably best if it’s on. If on, then go with confidence, we are playing really well just now and have every chance of winning. 

If it’s off then yes Goodie is probably back but who else might be out injured or suspended?  Or what other games we might have to catch up on

Best just get the game out the way and move on to the next one.  Midweek games takes its toll on part time players 

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6 hours ago, BullyWeeStonehouse said:

Was wondering why they were only planning to put them down today given the snow forecast for last night. 

A midweek trip there with Goodie back will suit us better though!

apparently stirling uni played, and the goundsman had to maintain it after that, so covers were going on tonight, unfortunate , but no ones fault. 

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Stirling not that far away from broadwood so not really a problem for Cumbernauld Clyde fans and surrounding areas like myself, a wee midweek trip to stirling does sound not bad 

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I was initially worried after seeing the pictures of the snow covered pitch but the game will go ahead. The snow will be completely gone come the weekend. 

 

Bring em’ on! 

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52 minutes ago, LiviClyde said:

I may be in a minority of one, but I'm not sure it's such a good thing if the game is off. It may be better to have it on and keep the momentum going.

Plus we've already got the Elgin game to fit in.  Do we really want midweek games  squeezed in at the business end of the season?

 

 

 

27 minutes ago, FREDDYFRY said:

On reflection probably best if it’s on. If on, then go with confidence, we are playing really well just now and have every chance of winning. 

If it’s off then yes Goodie is probably back but who else might be out injured or suspended?  Or what other games we might have to catch up on

Best just get the game out the way and move on to the next one.  Midweek games takes its toll on part time players 

I don't think there's much choice in this, lads. Even if that's how it worked.

 

On the idealism factor, you'd surely not willingly choose to play SA without Goodwillie? They're a potentially very good side, and are in form.

 

In any case cancellations are a yearly occurence, and in terms of taking a toll, playing beats training a million times over as any player would attest to. And when a game is off, surely there's an option to train on that matchday instead, thus preparing us even 1% more for the backlog ahead. 

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1 hour ago, albion20 said:

apparently stirling uni played, and the goundsman had to maintain it after that, so covers were going on tonight, unfortunate , but no ones fault. 

It is someone's fault. Whoever allowed a load of students to play on your pitch...……..

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2 hours ago, BroadwoodBoy said:

I was initially worried after seeing the pictures of the snow covered pitch but the game will go ahead. The snow will be completely gone come the weekend. 

 

Bring em’ on! 

The Michael Fish school of forecasting I presume....

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Absolutely shitting it at the prospect of being steam rolled by the Rutkiewicz revolution imo.

Aye, right.
Shock coming your way when you encounter this vastly improved Clyde team.

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