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Arbroath vs Dunfermline - Wed 4th March

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Most likely after the handbags at the Ayr game, Shame a few idiots ruined it, Although normally is always when you lada visit

can’t see any Arbroath updates for this one but I’m assuming segregation?

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Both team can go 4th tomorrow. Adds a little something. 

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Good results for both sides tonight.

Even better results for the bookies.

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Segregation confirmed, cheers ayr


Tbf Dunfermline/Partick/United and Dundee segregated the first time round.

I wouldn't bother segregating the next Ayr game either. One offs happen. Remember the trouble against Cowdenbeath way back, don't need segregation against them any more.

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The bigger the support, the more fuds .

By no means do we have a huge support but it stands to reason we would bring more fuds than Ayr United might bring.....although it is midweek so the fud count would more than likely be diminished. 

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Going by our experience in league 1(that was shite btw 3 years ffs)  police tend to be cautious for the first couple of visits but start to relax after.  It looks likely we’ll share a division next year(for a very long time 2 seasons in a row) and I’d imagine segregation won’t be enforced.

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Last time I was at Arbroath there was a big away crowd, no segregation and a lot of us moved ends at half time. Was great fun.

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Looking forward to tonight, and with the results last night there is a good incentive for both teams. Hopefully it isn't blowing a gale and we get a good game under the lights.

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10 hours ago, Stoo61 said:

The bigger the support, the more fuds .

By no means do we have a huge support but it stands to reason we would bring more fuds than Ayr United might bring.....although it is midweek so the fud count would more than likely be diminished. 

That's throwing down the gaunlet to the fuds. They can fud on a Saturday in Dunfermline with the big crowds but can they fud at Arbroath on a cold Wednesday night?

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1 minute ago, L'immortale Par said:

That's throwing down the gaunlet to the fuds. They can fud on a Saturday in Dunfermline with the big crowds but can they fud at Arbroath on a cold Wednesday night?

Fuds absolutely never fud alone. Always in a group...a gaggle of fuds, if you will. The number of fuds correlates directly to the likely hood of a fudding incident. 

However, I definitely notice more at away matches. 

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Looking forward to tonight, and with the results last night there is a good incentive for both teams. Hopefully it isn't blowing a gale and we get a good game under the lights.

Freezing cold but looking forward to the first non wind effected game in a while

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A moment of love for wee Falky. What a boy he was. He could liven up any game by having entire teams out for his blood. Good player too but one of the finest wee bampots to grace the black and white strip.

 

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