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Well said. One thing's for sure, it wasn't our contingent of grumpy old men that lifted the team and the fans last season. The young fans getting organised has been the best thing to happen to this club in years.


I think the way the team responded under Jack last season, ALL the supporters played a part... Including the "grumpy old men".

Gonnae stop with the them and us!

Nowt to do with age.


All to do with responsibility.

We all have a part to play.

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I think the way the team responded under Jack last season, ALL the supporters played a part... Including the "grumpy old men".

Gonnae stop with the them and us!

Nowt to do with age.


All to do with responsibility.

We all have a part to play.


You're right, but they youngsters just don't understand that. :whistle:

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12 hours ago, TPAFKA Jersey 2 said:

As soon as someone tries to separate the fans by using the term "True Saints Fans", the game's a bogie. As far as I was aware we were all true saints fans, but it would appear that unless you agree with the terms and conditions of offensiveness as laid down by certain posters on here, then you are not a true Saints fan. 

Like the drivel below you mean?

6 hours ago, ScotstounSaint said:

Well said. One thing's for sure, it wasn't our contingent of grumpy old men that lifted the team and the fans last season. The young fans getting organised has been the best thing to happen to this club in years.

Oh dear, not only condoning the actions of some drunken arseholes, seeing them as the saviour of the team. :1eye

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Guys. I love the noise and passion that the young folks bring to the ground. I think this is great and do agree that this is important to the team and to other fans, including me. My point is that it is possible to create the noise and passion at the ground without the need to be inconsiderate to fellow travellers, being drunk or being drugged and that the majority of Saints Fans who attend games are neither drunk nor drugged.

Keep  the noise levels up at the grounds guys....we all need you there. Perhaps cool things a bit outside or on public transport?  

Just saying.

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16 minutes ago, Kemp said:

Bloody hell, is this thread still going on?

Turning in to a f**king Daily Mail comment board this place!

Yours,

Outraged from Newton Mearns

^^^^^^^^ Keeping the thread going. :lol:

Away and get your copy of The Sun/Daily Record/Daily Star. :1eye

Still keeping the thread going below....................couldnae make it up. :lol

Edited by faraway saint

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All for vocal support, wherever it may be. Not a fan of getting abusive of the general public, ticket inspectors etc. Wasn't on the train so not sure what took place, but as a general point I think it's fairly simple to know what is and isn't acceptable. I'm sure those involved will know whether they overstepped the mark, and be keen to ensure they don't give others the chance to criticise again.

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Unfortunately a few don't know when they have overstepped the mark because as they would slabber. 

FECKINGMADWITHIT

Some should seriously be Teetotal for the rest of their lifes. 

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On 7/18/2017 at 6:35 PM, Jimmy H said:

Great post mate, 

Thank feck the internet wasn't around in the early 80"s, I remember the football specials from Gilmour St to Cartsdyke back then, they would be totally wrecked on the way back to Paisley, wouldn't be a light bulb left on the train, graffiti everywhere and even a few seats getting lobbed out at high speed, I've even witnessed the emergency cord getting pulled near Bishipton so a few Saints fans could jump off :P

That would be enough to cause a few heart attacks to some knickerwetters on here.

Correct too much hand wringing here

I remember a football special Ayr 86 cup game

No drink or drugs involved but one smashed up carriage

Sounds like a bunch of excited loud youngsters singing a couple of naughty songs

With a couple of Football Factory wannabees thrown in

Nothing to see

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1 hour ago, windae cleaner said:

Correct too much hand wringing here

I remember a football special Ayr 86 cup game

No drink or drugs involved but one smashed up carriage

Sounds like a bunch of excited loud youngsters singing a couple of naughty songs

With a couple of Football Factory wannabees thrown in

Nothing to see

Think that game was 85 mate. Remember it well and you're right, the train journey was a tad boisterous.

Desperately trying to remember the boy's name that scored for us that day. Fraser something?

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17 minutes ago, TPAFKA Jersey 2 said:

Think that game was 85 mate. Remember it well and you're right, the train journey was a tad boisterous.

Desperately trying to remember the boy's name that scored for us that day. Fraser something?

Campbell.

 

http://www.stmirrenprogrammes.co.uk/StMirren/STM_Match_Details.php?Season=1984&GameID=198502160

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