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Stu last won the day on October 1 2020

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    There's some info here: https://www.smisa.net/news-archive/5-general-smisa-news/328-annual-report-and-agm-update I'm not a fan of entering a team in the Lowland League.
  2. Billy Thomson being inducted along with Peter Godfrey and Sutton at the dinner in May.
  3. Is that what the Kibble executive chef will be serving?
  4. Calling Paeslack a "football star" is the definition of fake news.
  5. Pretty similar to my view on it. It's not up to the club to come up with the policy and procedures - that's already been done by the SFA/SPFL and medical experts. It's up to the club to ensure those polices are followed and enforced. On that front, bringing in a former union guy (regardless of background) is probably a good move as they'll be used to ensuring polices are in place and not being ignored. Going by the SFA guidance I saw on P&B, we were required to have two people to handle various coronavirus duties at the club and I'd imagine people already employed took those duties on during the summer. I don't get the impression the two folk appointed earlier this week were brought in because no one had taken on these tasks as that would surely have been flagged up before now.
  6. I blame the Kibble. We didn't have any positive cases until they turned up.
  7. Guessing he might be away with one of the Northern Ireland youth teams.
  8. You're complaining about dull football and think the way to solve that is Gus MacPherson?!
  9. At the risk of being whooshed, not all GP practices are able to offer the flu vaccine this year de to the need for social distancing etc. Other places such as community hospitals, town halls and, it seems football grounds are also being used.
  10. He was involved in pretty much every goal we scored during his time with us. If he wasn't scoring it himself, he was providing the assist or winning a penalty. If he hadn't been with us for those few months we wouldn't have had a hope of staying up as we'd have been even further adrift before the January window.
  11. It's also a bit disingenuous to say Stephen McGinn single handedly kept us up. He was a huge part of The Great Escape but so too were other players, in particular Stevie Mallan.
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