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St. Mirren v Sellick, Sunday 18th September


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7 hours ago, smellthepaw said:

I think you have to look at that as a major win and considering it was a 12pm Sky game too. Moving in the right direction. 

You have highlighted one of the many problems an away fan has to deal with,moving the game for Tv,restricted allocation, the lack of a walk up turnstile,proof of where you live, Can you tell me any other sport that makes it harder to see the event?

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20 minutes ago, wastecoatwilly said:

You have highlighted one of the many problems an away fan has to deal with,moving the game for Tv,restricted allocation, the lack of a walk up turnstile,proof of where you live, Can you tell me any other sport that makes it harder to see the event?

Nothing at all restricted about the allocation FFS. You get the same away stand every other team in the league does.

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9 hours ago, wastecoatwilly said:

You have highlighted one of the many problems an away fan has to deal with,moving the game for Tv,restricted allocation, the lack of a walk up turnstile,proof of where you live, Can you tell me any other sport that makes it harder to see the event?

Other than the restricted allocation bollocks you keep trotting out there is no difference between the situations for the home and/or away fan 🤷‍♂️

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9 hours ago, djchapsticks said:

Nothing at all restricted about the allocation FFS. You get the same away stand every other team in the league does.

That's the problem with your parochial mind it's clearly a general point to all grounds in the SPFL, you can't look beyond your own club and see what's happening. 

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21 minutes ago, weebud said:

Other than the restricted allocation bollocks you keep trotting out there is no difference between the situations for the home and/or away fan 🤷‍♂️

The game wasn't sold out M8 that's the restriction,you can't just walk up and go to the game any more.

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9 hours ago, wastecoatwilly said:

restricted allocation

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Why are you not getting this yet?

3 minutes ago, wastecoatwilly said:

That's the problem with your parochial mind it's clearly a general point to all grounds in the SPFL, you can't look beyond your own club and see what's happening. 

How clubs allocate tickets is their business. 

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As for the parochial mindset.  You're only greetin' about this because it affects your club (and your ugly twin) most.  

Seriously m8, you're a grown man.  A four-page toddler "it's no fair" tantrum is just feckin' embarrassing.  Get a grip. 

 

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34 minutes ago, wastecoatwilly said:

That's the problem with your parochial mind it's clearly a general point to all grounds in the SPFL, you can't look beyond your own club and see what's happening. 

So who in the SPFL is restricting your supporters?

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1 hour ago, wastecoatwilly said:

The game wasn't sold out M8 that's the restriction,you can't just walk up and go to the game any more.

For either home or away fans M8, your assertion was how difficult it was for "away fans"

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13 hours ago, wastecoatwilly said:

You have highlighted one of the many problems an away fan has to deal with,moving the game for Tv,restricted allocation, the lack of a walk up turnstile,proof of where you live, Can you tell me any other sport that makes it harder to see the event?

Fans of most other sports know how to behave.

In most other countries even football fans can have a pint at the game.

There's a reason why there are restrictions on fans here.  And unfortunately we ALL get punished for it.

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3 hours ago, weebud said:

Other than the restricted allocation bollocks you keep trotting out there is no difference between the situations for the home and/or away fan 🤷‍♂️

He's raging because occasionally him and his fellow glory seekers have to travel for miles to collect their ticket from Parkhead for a game that's likely happening 5 minutes away.

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10 minutes ago, Bobby_F said:

Fans of most other sports know how to behave.

In most other countries even football fans can have a pint at the game.

There's a reason why there are restrictions on fans here.  And unfortunately we ALL get punished for it.

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A lot of huge hairy arsecheeks in that bottom photo…. and eight police horses.

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22 hours ago, wastecoatwilly said:

That's the problem with your parochial mind it's clearly a general point to all grounds in the SPFL, you can't look beyond your own club and see what's happening. 

There are plenty of grounds in the SPFL where you can buy a ticket on the day.

In fact it's easily the majority of grounds/games where you can do this.

Also your mewling pish is some cheek given the nonsense so many away fans have to put up with at Celtic Park given the restricted views.

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Anyway, the arrogance and entitlement of Celtic fans is really showing.

They really cannot handle not having every single conceivable advantage. The second a single one of their numerous advantages is taken away the tears and wailing come out.

They are absolutely terrified of anything even coming close to resembling parity.

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Thinking more about the allocation issue: we've all seen the pictures of the obviously Celtic fans in the away end and, to a degree, I'm comfortable with that. If they want to pay us money and sit on their hands for 90 minutes, then fine.

The main things for me are that a) we're not relocating our own fans and b) we've nipped the 'two away ends' thing in the bud. The fans who've 'snuck in' are largely quiet/non-vocal and that's the real difference. The on-par attendance confirmed we've not missed out: more of our own fans in the place, and a smattering of silenced Celtic fans. While we're working on building our own fan base, this seems like an ok compromise.

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