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If anyone has a video showing the state of the pitch and would like to share it, that would be great. 

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In fairness I don't think this would clear up in a few hours.
 
White trainers walking across that. Madness.

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2 minutes ago, The Master said:

If anyone has a video showing the state of the pitch and would like to share it, that would be great. 

Posted one from twitter on the previous page.

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22 minutes ago, RossBFaeDundee said:

In fairness I don't think this would clear up in a few hours.

 

Clearly a conspiracy. Can only hear one set of footsteps when clearly 2 people on the pitch.

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Did Dundee have football pitch rain covers down to protect from last night's heavy rain ?

If not, then serious questions need to be asked - surely they had covers down to protect against areas of the pitch which have a track record for needing protection - surely ?

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10 minutes ago, RossBFaeDundee said:

Posted one from twitter on the previous page.

Wooooosh?

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8 minutes ago, clashcityrocker said:

Did Dundee have football pitch rain covers down to protect from last night's heavy rain ?

If not, then serious questions need to be asked - surely they had covers down to protect against areas of the pitch which have a track record for needing protection - surely ?

Where does the water go when it lands on the covers? Or when the covers come off where does it run to?

At some point you still need drainage that doesn’t back up to the extent that it still soaks the pitch. 

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Not really bothered about going back midweek but it’s a farce that Dundee can’t get their pitch playable today, amateur and junior games all on. Embarrassing. 
Thick c**t

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16 minutes ago, The Master said:

Where does the water go when it lands on the covers? Or when the covers come off where does it run to?

At some point you still need drainage that doesn’t back up to the extent that it still soaks the pitch. 

That is not answering the question - did Dundee have covers down last night to protect against the weather ?

Do Dundee have a drainage system in place ?

Photo from Dens this morning attached.

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That is not answering the question - did Dundee have covers down last night to protect against the weather ?
Do Dundee have a drainage system in place ?
Photo from Dens this morning attached.
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Fucking hell. This is the level of brain-dead chat you'd expect in cup thread versus a Junior side. Awful.

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Fucking hell. This is the level of brain-dead chat you'd expect in cup thread versus a Junior side. Awful.
Junior teams would be embarrassed to have a Mickey Mouse pitch like Dundee F.Cs.

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Junior teams would be embarrassed to have a Mickey Mouse pitch like Dundee F.Cs.
You really don't have a fucking clue.

The issue is not the pitch (most pros consider it to be one of the best) but drainage from it.

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39 minutes ago, The Master said:

Where does the water go when it lands on the covers? Or when the covers come off where does it run to?

At some point you still need drainage that doesn’t back up to the extent that it still soaks the pitch. 

Small 110 volt "puddle sucker" submersible pumps,can be hired from any plant hire shop,place on top of the cover,and the outlet pipe can be put down a nearby drain,these come supplied with the pump.These are used all the time in the construction/ roofing industry to move unwanted water away ,4 to 6 would be plenty for a pitch.

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You really don't have a fucking clue.

The issue is not the pitch (most pros consider it to be one of the best) but drainage from it.

Most people would consider drainage as part of the pitch, as for “most consider one of the best” I’m 34 years old and have literally never heard this in my life.

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4 minutes ago, Mexico said:

 as for “most consider one of the best” I’m 34 years old and have literally never heard this in my life.

And?

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You really don't have a fucking clue.

The issue is not the pitch (most pros consider it to be one of the best) but drainage from it.

It’s a brilliant pitch. The drainage from it is crap. So it’s waterlogged and unplayable. Aye, a brilliant pitch. 🤦‍♂️

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18 minutes ago, Mexico said:

as for “most consider one of the best” I’m 34 years old and have literally never heard this in my life.

Good for you Mr. 34-year old.

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And?

Well this is obviously shite, Dens is not a well known good pitch at all.

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Just now, Mexico said:


Well this is obviously shite, Dens is not a well known good pitch at all.

It's shite because you've never heard it? :lol:

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