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  1. Yes. He got some amount of abuse all game. And rightly so.
  2. I don't get the joke? Not a joke. If I remember Caifters article right, it would be his 150th birthday towards the end of the season
  3. Would prefer that to be the main stand, personally. 150th birthday (I think) coming up at the end of the season too.
  4. So what was going on in W7 today then? Watched a load of orange vested stewards enter the section and a large chunk of people leave for a fair bit of the first half. Most were back in their seats for the second half.
  5. They're getting wise... https://youtu.be/Mcxh_tWReVo
  6. Wonder if raiding our nearest neighbours for Lewis Strapp would sort our LB problems, and Alan Forrest (James Forrest's brother) from Ayr would give us a winger for the right?
  7. Nah, just means he's switched to the Guinness.
  8. Is that the same sort of resolve and resilience that Theresa May was on about when she referenced strong and stable leadership? ie. none?
  9. It's not up to Oan. It's up to Jim, Gus and/or Tony.
  10. Alan, it's over. It's been over for a while. You were found out and you were sacked. Let it go.
  11. Not fussed about him departing, just as I wasn't that fussed with his arrival. My missus, however, will be disappointed. Apparently Heaton and his missus frequented the cafe she works in fairly often and tipped quite handsomely. There goes a wee portion of her income...
  12. No, I get that. Was just under the impression it would be slightly less fixed than the stadium
  13. Fair enough. Not going to lie, my main experience is reading Trust and Foundation accounts where reserves are a bit different, usually as there's no fixed assets.
  14. It's not £9m in cash, I'll grant you. But it is £9m in liquid assets that can be converted to cash in the case of an emergency.
  15. Do we really? A quick look at the last financial report indicates we had reserves in the region of £9m at the end of FY 17/18 to keep the club going in the case of no income. It also showed that it cost about £2.5m to run the club that same financial year, with a surplus of about £77.5k at the end, which would be reinvested into the club. Along with the surpluses from FY's 16/17 and 15/16 (approx £160k, I think) Now I appreciate that these accounts were released before the Stubbs debacle, let alone Kearney, as well as any income from McGinn's move to Aston Villa or Jack Ross' move to Sunderland, but there's no way in hell we've blown through that amount of reserves in just over a year.
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