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Ex Amateur Sides In The Midland League.


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Menziehill aka Lochee Harp. Fintry now Dundee St.James and lastly Letham.  Just wondering thoughts on how the best 3 Amateur  teams in Tayside will fare in the Midlands this season.

 

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6 hours ago, Jimi Shandrix said:

Lochee Harp were formed in 1904 and as far as I know have been a junior team all that time. It's just St.James and Letham that are the amateur teams making the step up this season.

Technically your right but been told the whole menzieshill squad and manager moved to Lochee Harp so IMO they were an Amateur side who moved to juniors. 😂

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You've also got Lowson United (Forfar United) - the whole Forfar Albion squad was replaced en masse by the squad of the amateur team for the 2020/21 season that never was (hence why you got Forfar United winning 5-2 at Carnoustie, which would never have happened had it been "the real Forfar Albion').

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On 24/07/2021 at 11:36, Welly boy said:

Technically your right but been told the whole menzieshill squad and manager moved to Lochee Harp so IMO they were an Amateur side who moved to juniors. 😂

Lochee Harp have not amalgamated with anyone. Still the same committee, all that has happened is M/Hill manager is now joint manager at the Harp and he signed a number of his old players to add to the players already signed by Harp. Great start to the season for them undefeated after the first three games can only give them more encouragement for the season ahead.

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