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3 moffat buds last won the day on January 27 2018

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  1. Maybe we are going to be looking looking closer to home in future as JG says in the article below. Jim Goodwin loses key markets to Brexit https://www.thetimes.co.uk/article/8758b260-4edb-11eb-9824-61a56b05e43d?shareToken=c7a940bd160732be64565d985317983a
  2. Two of my sons, both big Saints fans, release their new single on Friday with WEB who are fronted by Kieren Webster of The View. Give it a listen and if you like it order the single on vinyl at the link below. You can stream and share ‘Haze’ exclusively on Tenement TV now at https://www.tenementtv.com/tracks/premiere-haze-web/ . YOU may know him as the bassist of one of Scotland’s most well-loved indie outfits but Kieren Webster of The View is back, employing his well-established songwriting pedigree under the succinct new moniker of WEB. Formed in 2019, Webster’s latest musical endeavour have already made their presence known across Scotland with performances at Tenement Trail and support slots for the likes of The Libertines. Having developed a strong head of steam in such a short time, they have now finally emerged from the studio to unleash their very first piece of recorded material into the world. TENEMENT TV are delighted to bring you the premiere of WEB’s debut single ‘Haze’. ‘Haze’, while fitting with the canon of Webster’s previous work with The View, has a fresh vitality and style that is uniquely its own. There are shades of early punk, reminiscent of the likes of The Stooges or Buzzcocks, while the timbre of Webster’s distinctive voice and rock and roll drawl lends itself to the raw, vintage style. It is sure to go down a storm with fans old and new and marks the band out as a vital addition to the nation’s flourishing guitar music movement. In a stark divergence from the norms of Scottish guitar music, however, WEB are set to release a remix of ‘Haze’ by Dundee psych-pop duo Beta Waves as a B-side. Until its unfortunate postponement, WEB were set to play this year’s TTV Discover Tour. However, during this unprecedented period of shutdown for the music industry and the world at large, the steady flow of new music such as this provides a glimmer of hope to fans eager to get back to seeing their favourite artists. Furthermore, showing your support has never been more vital. Streaming and sharing is a lifeline for artists at this time. You can pre-save ‘Haze’ here. Buy ‘Haze’ on vinyl here.
  3. I don’t normally like Sunday matches either but this one being moved means that I get to the game and also see 2 of my Saints mad sons playing in their first gig with Web, Kieran Webster from The Views’ new band, at the alldayer at St Luke’s. http://bit.ly/ALLDAYER2019
  4. Getting fed up with this too - makes the cost of each match I can make on my season ticket pretty high. Don't mind travelling up at weekends for game but midweek is a hassle because of the availability of public transport. I need to take a half day off work to attend a midweek game and then not get home until twenty to one in the morning. Will be doing that next week but not again this season. Games on TV are ok but I would rather be there and I am sure others will feel the same given what seems to be a disproportionate number of home games that have been rescheduled.
  5. Allan McGraw - also a RenfrewJuniors stalwart
  6. Think they are being bankrolled by someone and they already believe they are in the big time. Saw their team bus in Moffat when they were on their way to play Dalbeattie Star in the Scottish Cup and I don't think it would come cheap - it was bigger that the bus that Barca used when they played at Murrayfield a few years ago. Also have a look at their merchandise on their website - puts many a club to shame.
  7. Drew Busby scorer of Third Lanarks last ever goal
  8. Liverpool v Borussia Dortmund in the 1966 European Cup Winners Cup final at Hampden
  9. The attendance quoted for this game takes creative accounting to a new level !
  10. Irvine Meadow v Cambuslang Rangers 1973, probably the first game which ended 3-3. Replay ended 2-2 and Meadow won the 2nd replay 1-0
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