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No we shouldn't.

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We should be giving clubs like this more tickets if we can't sell out our own stands.
Yes Ricky a mixed family stand should never be a problem fans mix everywhere on route to and back from the match, why not the match itself???
Makes business sense as with the OF but many fans don't like the idea. Me. I don't like it much but am pragmatic. I do feel for the family stand season ticket holders who are asked to move but the remedy lies in our own hands or pockets. Buy enough tickets and fill the space. Personally, I like the idea of opening the family stand to mixing with families from other teams as the way forward. Many might disagree. 

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17 minutes ago, Ronnie said:

No we shouldn't.

Yes Ricky a mixed family stand should never be a problem fans mix everywhere on route to and back from the match, why not the match itself???

Pray share your reasons. 

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W6 and W7 should always be available for extra away fans., maybe W5 also.

Toilet and Catering facilities should be built for them between the West and North Stands.

Saints fans in those areas can be relocated permanently elsewhere

THE NORTH BANK WOKE BRIGADE SHOULD BE IN OUR SOUTH STAND.

Problem sortit

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1 minute ago, Ice-tears said:

W7 is usually less than half full at games anyway, I agree they should be moved.

Aye, get them out of there.

Give them a section in the Family Stand with the rest of the weans

They will probably get hundreds more in there joining them for a sing song.

The Panda Club will assist them with noise levels

Meantime we could fill up W5,6and 7 with away fans

Really fecking sortit now

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Sorry is someone suggesting mixing Hearts fans in with our family stand?

Hearts fans..? The fans their own club can't control..? f**k off.

Besides why would you want to give any extra encouragement to a side you are in a relegation dogfight with? Do these muppets even think before switching their brain on?
Put the family stand offer on and full the feckin places with Buds!

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1 minute ago, Ice-tears said:

Defo, 90% are school age anyway so makes total sense...

Can hardly hear them in W7 anyway

Sounds like low volume screeching

The Panda Club outsing them as do 15 Livy fans

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29 minutes ago, shull said:

Can hardly hear them in W7 anyway

Sounds like low volume screeching

The Panda Club outsing them as do 15 Livy fans

When was the last time you were at a game, Shull?

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44 minutes ago, W6er said:

Aye, I should have specified a St. Mirren game! 😂 I reckon you're a regular. 😉

Every morning around eight. 

A weight off my mind. 

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If it wasn't a few weeks ago, this game is now very much so the biggest of our season to date. Hopefully supporters turn out in big numbers and get right behind the team. 

Edited by munoz

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2 hours ago, munoz said:

If it wasn't a few weeks ago, this game is now very much so the biggest of our season to date. Hopefully supporters turn out in big numbers and get right behind the team. 

Saints 7/4, Hearts 6/4 and the draw 23/10

Draw looks decent? 

Score draw 7/2. 

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1 hour ago, faraway saint said:

Saints 7/4, Hearts 6/4 and the draw 23/10

Draw looks decent? 

Score draw 7/2. 

Might rethink this, we haven't scored in the last 3 games.

Hearts have scored in their last 4 matches.

Jeezo, really don't know, this is going to be a nervy affair for the teams and support.

PS Hearts got pumped 5-0 at Parkhead, just saying. 

Edited by faraway saint

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4 hours ago, munoz said:

If it wasn't a few weeks ago, this game is now very much so the biggest of our season to date. Hopefully supporters turn out in big numbers and get right behind the team. 

It was then and it is now, although arithmetically it will settle nothing. A tense, edge of the seat game to look forward to, not worry about. If only all games were as meaningful. 

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5 hours ago, munoz said:

If it wasn't a few weeks ago, this game is now very much so the biggest of our season to date. Hopefully supporters turn out in big numbers and get right behind the team. 

This. I'm equally excited and nervous about this game now. A massive game.

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8 hours ago, Tommy said:

If we lose this game, I will likely enjoy a few beers with faraway next season emoji23.png

Not impossible Tam, a lot of football to be played before that exciting outcome.

We're, despite the gloom, not down and Arbroath are not out of the a possible play off place.

2 games in the play off is a slight possibility, that would be exciting. :thumbs2

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Just now, Ice-tears said:

So where are the big numbers all of a sudden appearing from?

Firstly. The opposition have sold out their allocation. Secondly, it is a crunch game. I don't expect a sell out as it is a Wednesday night but I can see over 6,000 there. 

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