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Cheapish and decent. Was at Arbroath in August but never had time for scran, just anything to be honest

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Cheapish and decent. Was at Arbroath in August but never had time for scran, just anything to be honest

Chip shop buffet from 12-2 at the Bell Rock which is less than a 5 minute walk from the ground. All you can eat

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2 hours ago, weeredbook said:

When is this game likely to be called off .

2.59 pm. 

A coherent post, well done you.

Edit to add. apologies weerebook getting you mixed up with another poster....lesson..😁 don't drink and post.

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2.59 pm. 
A coherent post, well done you.


Tbf are you not thinking he's toonlad?

And see what like tomorrow. Feeling it'll be on and similar to Partick and Dunfermline. If it is I hope we continue to use the wind to our advantage like we have finally started doing and got good at these last couple year.

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Fucking hope it’s on, choking for the hospo tomorrow.

I’m not to too sure what to expect tomorrow as both teams have done fairly well against ourselves this season. Saying that, it hasn’t been exactly hard considering how poor we’ve been.

Hopefully it’s on and hopefully goals galore.

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2 hours ago, QoS_Blue1919 said:

 


Cheapish and decent. Was at Arbroath in August but never had time for scran, just anything to be honest

 

Amusingly rapid lowering of expectations there, sir!  From "best place" to "anything" in about 20 words!!

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Forecasts are always a bit different depending on the site used but met office suggests it may just be playableScreenshot_20200214_235829.jpeg

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Forecasts are always a bit different depending on the site used but met office suggests it may just be playableScreenshot_20200214_235829.thumb.jpeg.f8986b307a3951c4fe630cd70770ceb4.jpeg


Met office usually reliable. Think that says similar. I think it will be on and tough conditions.

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Have to say, 6 hours to kick off, it's cold, dry-ish and not windy, just past stadium of licht

 

 

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Perhaps Gayfield should announce what may be expected. 1000+ people waiting to find something out. No one is telling us anything.

If it's a referee decision what time is he expected. 

By what means do supporters find out SPFL web site ? BBC web site? Gayfield on Pie & Bovril or just turn up and see if the flag is flying.

Supporters need to know for travel especially Q of S . Drastically affects the crowd

 

 

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The refs don’t usually turn up until around 1.30 so no decision will be made until then at the earliest

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26 minutes ago, ahfpjim said:

Perhaps Gayfield should announce what may be expected. 1000+ people waiting to find something out. No one is telling us anything.

If it's a referee decision what time is he expected. 

By what means do supporters find out SPFL web site ? BBC web site? Gayfield on Pie & Bovril or just turn up and see if the flag is flying.

Supporters need to know for travel especially Q of S . Drastically affects the crowd

 

 

See above, club are very good at keeping us informed as much as they can 

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Horrible driving conditions around Stirling at the moment for those thinking of heading up to it. Can't say it's worth the risk for a game of football... especially heading back down the way

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Looks like it will go ahead 
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This only refers to the pitch condition and Gayfield always drains well. Wind is the main factor and they usually seem to ‘wait and see’ which is tough on the travelling fans (including many Lichties)

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I was out with the dog at the high common (overlooking Gayfield) at 10.45 and it was brutal. White horses crashing in from the North Sea and the flag pole was swaying heavily from side to side

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