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Cumbernauld fans that I've spoken to, a couple have chucked it, another few will still go every week and the majority are in the middle and will still try and go as often as they can.

We need to get a new permanent ground in Glasgow sorted really quickly as I can't see us picking up many if any new fans while at Hamilton to replace any that do stop going.

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As ever ultimately it’s what’s on the park that will determine whether folk turn up.. in the off chance we win first 3 game (yes I know!) then it would be interesting to see the crowd numbers and those on the fence might just come. As people are saying match day experience seems to be much better. Certainly be less freezing  from October onwards.

Also be nice to get it round NLC if  we get decent crowds. 

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We have been losing fans last few years because who wants to fork out for a ST and then travel round the country getting pumped and narrowly avoiding relegation every season, we won’t attract any new supporters anywhere we go until we start playing half decent football regularly 

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1 hour ago, BullyWeeLad said:

We have been losing fans last few years because who wants to fork out for a ST and then travel round the country getting pumped and narrowly avoiding relegation every season, we won’t attract any new supporters anywhere we go until we start playing half decent football regularly 

Ermm true fans Will do

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We have been losing fans last few years because who wants to fork out for a ST and then travel round the country getting pumped and narrowly avoiding relegation every season, we won’t attract any new supporters anywhere we go until we start playing half decent football regularly 
Who wants to? Literally anyone who is a genuine fan of the club. No matter how shit we are or how much the board piss me off with their small minded incompetence I buy my season ticket year in year out and go to as many games (work permitting etc) as I can get to

Also to add one, I'm from neither Cumbernauld or Rutherglen/Glasgow but still go.
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It we can turn up to watch the debacle of the Bomber Brown through to Ferguson era then I’m sure we can get through this,  at the end of the day it’s up to the supporters to ensure we survive because we don’t have any real investment on the horizon as far as I can see. 

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30 minutes ago, Only one David Marsh said:

41 minutes cost £5.30 off peak return

Around same price from Glasgow east end to Croy and without a 30min hike (one way) in summer or even worse winter

Hope as many supporters find their way to Hamilton as seems match day experiance at current stadia is night and day

Yer Mithers Pride

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16 hours ago, FREDDYFRY said:

It we can turn up to watch the debacle of the Bomber Brown through to Ferguson era then I’m sure we can get through this,  at the end of the day it’s up to the supporters to ensure we survive because we don’t have any real investment on the horizon as far as I can see. 

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What is everyone thinking re: signing requirements? I think a left back and a centre forward are essential.

Rodden just looked too far behind against Hibs and Bonnyrigg, with very questionable decision making to boot. Saying that, Hendji looked fine but he wasn't really tested much against a very poor Morton side. Up top, I wasn't really impressed by Jordan Allan in any of the games. That's not to say he won't come good, but I think we need someone with a bit more presence up front to hold the ball in and set our midfield/wide forwards, especially in L1.

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18 minutes ago, Brian Carrigan said:

What is everyone thinking re: signing requirements? I think a left back and a centre forward are essential.

Rodden just looked too far behind against Hibs and Bonnyrigg, with very questionable decision making to boot. Saying that, Hendji looked fine but he wasn't really tested much against a very poor Morton side. Up top, I wasn't really impressed by Jordan Allan in any of the games. That's not to say he won't come good, but I think we need someone with a bit more presence up front to hold the ball in and set our midfield/wide forwards, especially in L1.

I would agree with both of these as the key priority areas, would also maybe add another CB for a bit of depth and also gives us the option of a system with three CBs if we want at some point.

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For me a LB too and a central midfield player to compliment Grant, if we are to assume he will start. We all know his strengths but similarly we also know that he will not create nor will he push the team on that valuable 30-40 yards that might create something. I hate to keep repeating it but we need creativity in the middle of the park. Would allow Cuddihy to be the “busy” player without trying to hard be creative which is not his game either. 

 Can’t actually see where Gomis fits in now other than cover or as an effective sub to bring on to protect a lead if we are in that fortunate position in games. 

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I don’t think Rodden done much wrong against Bonnyrigg, he’s maybe lacking a bit of physicality if anything. If we can get better then we should do it though. 
 

Up front we need a target man style striker, we have a good few runners in that area but nobody like McGachie(not that I think he’s good but everything goes through him for Bonnyrigg), to hold it up and bring others into play. 

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2 hours ago, Brian Carrigan said:

What is everyone thinking re: signing requirements? I think a left back and a centre forward are essential.

 

What we need is what we had last year but dont have any more

LB - Adam Livingstone

CM - Aaron Splaine (who would work better with Grant/Cuddihy rather than Gomis/ANother) or someone creative like a Dylan Easton type

CF - someone who can hold the ball up to let others into players as everyone we have up front is too lightweight.  So a DGW (now know that isnt going to happen) so someone of the stature of Rob Jones but who can actually use their physical presence to hold the ball up.

Reality is i dont think there will be any new signings as currently the squad is 21 which is really 2 or 3 too many so if anyone coming in will likely be on loan.

 

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7 hours ago, Brian Carrigan said:

What is everyone thinking re: signing requirements? I think a left back and a centre forward are essential.

Rodden just looked too far behind against Hibs and Bonnyrigg, with very questionable decision making to boot. Saying that, Hendji looked fine but he wasn't really tested much against a very poor Morton side. Up top, I wasn't really impressed by Jordan Allan in any of the games. That's not to say he won't come good, but I think we need someone with a bit more presence up front to hold the ball in and set our midfield/wide forwards, especially in L1.

Whoever can partner wee olly the best between Cunningham, Allen or an other

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