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will Brechin fold if they go into highland league? The pull of players will change from central belt to up north and surely they will be severely financially out muscled. Brechin v fort William will be a crunch match next season.

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will Brechin fold if they go into highland league? The pull of players will change from central belt to up north and surely they will be severely financially out muscled. Brechin v fort William will be a crunch match next season.

Is hope so anyway , complete shambles of a club

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They certainly got fed money for years, gates of 150 a week would never sustain a higher end league 1 budget/championship wages, it really goes to show if you don’t live within your means it’ll come back to bite you in the arse.

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19 minutes ago, A.K. Barr said:

They certainly got fed money for years, gates of 150 a week would never sustain a higher end league 1 budget/championship wages, it really goes to show if you don’t live within your means it’ll come back to bite you in the arse.

We get a lot more than 150 a week

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Is hope so anyway , complete shambles of a club
Shambles last 2-3 years apart from that Brechin were punching above their weight for years.Kick them while they are down very macho of you ASC......Gimp

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Nobody wants to see teams go to the wall and hopefully Brechin are far from it but pyramids in full swing now and it’s still in their own hands to get themselves safe , few more seasons might see automatic relegation from league which should happen imo but fir now Brechin more than capable of staying in league 

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13 hours ago, A.K. Barr said:

They certainly got fed money for years, gates of 150 a week would never sustain a higher end league 1 budget/championship wages, it really goes to show if you don’t live within your means it’ll come back to bite you in the arse.

Trolling trumpet found. 

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Wednesday night’s game against Queens should be one that Brechin go into with some confidence after a good point on Saturday. I will be at Glebe cheering on Brechin! 
 

Queens are a much improved side and will be hard to beat. Galt, Salim, Doig, Jamieson and Slater are all talented for this league.
 

Predictions for this game?

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Ahhhhh, what now?

 

Prepare for play offs?

3 games, no goals scored and about 3 shots on target. Fed up with it.

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I’m beginning to fear the worst can’t see any real hope don’t know where any goals will come from

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Can't help but think that realistically it's going to be easier to overtake Albion than beat either of Kelty or Bonnyrigg over two legs.

 

 

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Annan were poor on Saturday. Just as well they picked up so many points early on.

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That bog of a park is better suited to non league anyway. Brechin "GAME AFF" City.

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It's probably worth reminding some contributors to this thread that, prior to this season, Brechin City had not been in the bottom tier of Scottish football for any of the previous seventeen seasons - a tremendous achievement for one of Scotland's smallest clubs, no matter how these things are measured. 

The triumph that became a horror show,  Brechin's demoralising Championship season, in turn produced last season's demotion from League One and the slide has continued this season. 
 
Many of those who have witnessed City's past three seasons now have a air of resignation, and who can blame them?  There is no comparison between the current down-beat atmosphere at the Glebe and the ebullient mood inspired by Kevin Harper at Cliftonhill last season. The phrase "on a roll" is only uttered at the Brechin refreshment hut. 

Unlike their Rovers counterparts last season, "we are staying up, we are staying up" is not being chanted by Glebe Park supporters; understandably they have become disenchanted in more ways than one.

However, last season's bottom-of-the-table chasers have become this season's chased and there may be some signs of tension emanating from the Rovers camp.  With that in mind, it's a real pity tonight's match at the Glebe against a slightly off-form Annan has  been postponed because a home win would have narrowed the gap at the foot of the table to four points and would have set up all sorts of possibilities - and provided a much-needed lift to Brechin spirits.

Hey- ho, Cove away is up next. Let's hope the result is an absolute coupon- buster. 

https://brechincity.freeforums.net

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47 minutes ago, BackingBrechinCity said:

It's probably worth reminding some contributors to this thread that, prior to this season, Brechin City had not been in the bottom tier of Scottish football for any of the previous seventeen seasons - a tremendous achievement for one of Scotland's smallest clubs, no matter how these things are measured. 

The triumph that became a horror show,  Brechin's demoralising Championship season, in turn produced last season's demotion from League One and the slide has continued this season. 
 
Many of those who have witnessed City's past three seasons now have a air of resignation, and who can blame them?  There is no comparison between the current down-beat atmosphere at the Glebe and the ebullient mood inspired by Kevin Harper at Cliftonhill last season. The phrase "on a roll" is only uttered at the Brechin refreshment hut. 

Unlike their Rovers counterparts last season, "we are staying up, we are staying up" is not being chanted by Glebe Park supporters; understandably they have become disenchanted in more ways than one.

However, last season's bottom-of-the-table chasers have become this season's chased and there may be some signs of tension emanating from the Rovers camp.  With that in mind, it's a real pity tonight's match at the Glebe against a slightly off-form Annan has  been postponed because a home win would have narrowed the gap at the foot of the table to four points and would have set up all sorts of possibilities - and provided a much-needed lift to Brechin spirits.

Hey- ho, Cove away is up next. Let's hope the result is an absolute coupon- buster. 

https://brechincity.freeforums.net

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