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What happens now at Berwick Rangers?

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Just now, Muzza81 said:

Literally no correlation between any of the above.

Aye right.:lol:

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4 hours ago, gogsy said:

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Come to Central Park Kelty, its usually busier than Central Park Cowdenbeath

Only because it serves bevvy all thru the game.!

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14 minutes ago, Brazilianlex said:

Only because it serves bevvy all thru the game.!

Match day hospitality available  for£30 , 38 spaces available every game, usually sold out. (thought I would get some advertising in)

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7 minutes ago, gogsy said:

Match day hospitality available  for£30 , 38 spaces available every game, usually sold out. (thought I would get some advertising in)

But you couldn’t do that in the spfl. Drinking has to stop 15 mins before kick off. That would start a riot at kelty !

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3 minutes ago, Brazilianlex said:

But you couldn’t do that in the spfl. Drinking has to stop 15 mins before kick off. That would start a riot at kelty !

Crikey a drink getting spilled by someone would start a riot at Kelty

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On 27/04/2019 at 22:17, Emfaefifeyahoorsur said:

Berwick not be the pushover that most from out with the SPFL think . If they play like they did in the first half against Annan they will be ok .

As the prospect of visits to EK or Cove don't appeal much,  I really hope Berwick can find two good performances in these games to keep  themselves up.

It's a good away day to Berwick!

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The best thing for all at Berwick to do is forget about the blame game for at least the next couple of weeks and get onto the terraces and give total support to your team. A big vocal support can make a big difference - Cove will do that at their place and if Berwick don't at their place they might lose out. 

We at Montrose know what it's like to be in this situation. We got a fair bit of stick off some, but not all, fans from other clubs (including a few Berwick fans) who were rooting for Brora Rangers and there are some now rooting for Cove Rangers. Ignore that and focus 100% on your club. At Montrose we got 2,500 'ish for our home leg against Brora and big vocal support made a helluva difference. Berwick must do the same or risk the consequencies. I've nothing against those who root for the non-league sides but those who do might find out what it feels like when the situation comes to them, as it did with Shire, Cowden and now Berwick. Who next? 

A pyramid system is OK in principle but the present one is not the answer and having a small Premier League with so few Scottish players playing at the top level is not the answer to Scotland's international woes. Problem is that we fans can't do much or anything about that BUT fans at Berwick and Cove CAN make a difference to their status. So get on with it!

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4 minutes ago, MOFOREVER said:

The best thing for all at Berwick to do is forget about the blame game for at least the next couple of weeks and get onto the terraces and give total support to your team. A big vocal support can make a big difference - Cove will do that at their place and if Berwick don't at their place they might lose out. 

We at Montrose know what it's like to be in this situation. We got a fair bit of stick off some, but not all, fans from other clubs (including a few Berwick fans) who were rooting for Brora Rangers and there are some now rooting for Cove Rangers. Ignore that and focus 100% on your club. At Montrose we got 2,500 'ish for our home leg against Brora and big vocal support made a helluva difference. Berwick must do the same or risk the consequencies. I've nothing against those who root for the non-league sides but those who do might find out what it feels like when the situation comes to them, as it did with Shire, Cowden and now Berwick. Who next? 

A pyramid system is OK in principle but the present one is not the answer and having a small Premier League with so few Scottish players playing at the top level is not the answer to Scotland's international woes. Problem is that we fans can't do much or anything about that BUT fans at Berwick and Cove CAN make a difference to their status. So get on with it!

Definitely. Berwick need to take a big support up to Cove. The Cove fans don't seem to make much noise. Berwick need to return to Shielfield in a reasonable position.

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On 06/05/2019 at 11:07, PELE said:

Definitely. Berwick need to take a big support up to Cove. The Cove fans don't seem to make much noise. Berwick need to return to Shielfield in a reasonable position.

Good shout

Berwick used to have a real noisy bunch in the days when we had a good rivalry. Need to get that gang back together for the trip to Cove.

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3 hours ago, Brazilianlex said:

Good shout

Berwick used to have a real noisy bunch in the days when we had a good rivalry. Need to get that gang back together for the trip to Cove.

#Berwick raiding party. #Berwick invasion.

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I cordially invite fans of Cowdenbeath FC to be Berwick Rangers fans for the day. Come one, come all, we are all one against Cove. Muzza is one of the boys and we'll be celebrating victory with Vince in Bedrocks till the wee hours. 

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It's a sad state of affairs that the Cowden boys are giving us more support that some of our own 

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Cowden and Mo fans know what it feels like to be in Berwick's situation and I can only guess that it must feel terrible. You have got to believe that your team is capable of rising to the occasion and with backing from the fans it can be done. Remember that Peterhead only lost 1 game in their last 15 and that was against Berwick. You have done it before and you can do it again. Good luck.

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I've been unequivocally resolute in my support for the squad and the new managerial appointments, but I can't fault anyone for getting down about our prospects going forward. If anything, someone's blind optimism has contributed to our hurt this season.

Still, attendances have been encouraging compared to how pish the football has been, for which I can only applaud everyone attached to the club.

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Having suffered Cowden's play-off last season, I was hoping to get to Berwick's return leg to offer a bit of mutual support, along with a few other 'neutrals' who certainly won't be wanting Cove promoted. Sadly, I won't make it but having visited Berwick a couple of months ago with Cowdenbeath, I wish the more hospitable club every success for the two matches and will certainly be following from afar with interest hoping to make a return to the border town again next season. All the best in your bid for survival!

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Just wouldn’t be the same without Berwick. It certainly isn’t going to be easy and if Berwick can keep eleven players on the park there’s no reason why they can’t prevail. 

Good luck anyway, I’ll be there tomorrow ( if I can get parked!)

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1 hour ago, Aberdeen Cowden said:

Just wouldn’t be the same without Berwick. It certainly isn’t going to be easy and if Berwick can keep eleven players on the park there’s no reason why they can’t prevail. 

Good luck anyway, I’ll be there tomorrow ( if I can get parked!)

Good man. Wear your Cowden (away) colours (so you don't blend in with the home team's blue) with pride, wind up the locals (without the risk of getting your head kicked in, naturally!) and get right behind Berwick on behalf of all who attended that return game at Central Park a year ago, and weren't seething by the end. Encourage every away challenge, vocally support every pass, try and play your part so you make it as uncomfortable for The Charmless Men as possible and get under their skins. They don't like it. Let them know it won't be a walkover (hopefully), and if we see scenes like we did at the end of the Cowden match last season, then hopefully we can spend a summer laughing at another Cove meltdown. Still not heard a positive word said about that club (other from their own minimal 'support'), so C'MON BERWICK!

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46 minutes ago, Drifter said:

Good man. Wear your Cowden (away) colours (so you don't blend in with the home team's blue) with pride, wind up the locals (without the risk of getting your head kicked in, naturally!) and get right behind Berwick on behalf of all who attended that return game at Central Park a year ago, and weren't seething by the end. Encourage every away challenge, vocally support every pass, try and play your part so you make it as uncomfortable for The Charmless Men as possible and get under their skins. They don't like it. Let them know it won't be a walkover (hopefully), and if we see scenes like we did at the end of the Cowden match last season, then hopefully we can spend a summer laughing at another Cove meltdown. Still not heard a positive word said about that club (other from their own minimal 'support'), so C'MON BERWICK!

Not a good idea to walk about in Aberdeen with a blue top on! After what’s happened in football this week anything is possible. Strangely enough, Cove fans don’t make much noise at games. The Berwick boys could well drown them out.

Really looking forward to this now.

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Hard to see how a club who has stagnated for so long suddenly come to life over two legs against this mob. Best of luck but I don't hold out much hope.

RIP Eddie Tolley.

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