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  1. I was at Hospitality today and also for Hearts game. Today was only 8 tables so circa 80 people, they blocked off the top so it looked OK. Hearts game was pretty much full, probably 16 or 18 tables. En Croute are back to do the food which is a big improvement , 2 course meal , main and sweet. a decent vegetarian option for main course. Staff are very pleasant plus Michael Max is a good MC. It is certainly not as busy as few years ago and the tables are mainly taken by club sponsors, a few guys on their own, HT pie and tea most welcome and always good to get MOM over to present to mascots. Also give opinion on the match. all in all a good day out but today was very flat after the teams poor performance. Hope this helps. AJ
  2. Trialist keeper was Dave Crawford who has played in the lower leagues, latterly for Alloa
  3. Watched hi lites, observation, trialist goalie looked OK, No 4 a bomb scare, BAth looked sharp. Onwards to Kirkcaldy and Cappielow
  4. I be just emailed the club as I also have been directed to CM Chartered Accountants in Liverpool tonight, very strange AJ
  5. Was just thinking hadn't seen the above at a game for a while, does anyone know if he still attends games
  6. Nice to hear from you Ian, how's Whitburn. Outside ugly sisters United are up there on my " dislike list". Mon the Jags
  7. Really hope Jags fans turn out in big numbers for the next 2 home games, players and manager deserve it, let's get as many in as possible. Mon The Harry Wraggs AJ
  8. Forgot about Charini and Grady, also Jim McLean was a horrible wee man, your right Karma tastes good. AJ
  9. Senior moment, forgot to add Paton and Erskine, Paton I'm not fussy about. AJ
  10. After watching them take Ian Gibson from us plus Archie and Shaggy and McNamara and beating us in play off fiasco in 1996 ( we were denied a stonewall penalty before they equalised) and umpteen heavy defeats in the 80's and 90's, tonight I feel as if we are now getting some long overdue payback, 3 straight wins over them without conceding a goal, it can,t get much better. Well done Archie and the boys you make us all proud to be Jags fans. For ever and ever.......... AJ
  11. Not sure if the crowd today but a decent Jags support
  12. Team looked to lack a leader today, very low on confidence which is not unexpected. A few bright spots for me today, Booth played well, Lawless was lovely and Nisbet looks a great prospect. Also Pogba and Amoo looked well worth a start next week. Worryingly Dools looks a shadow of the player he can be. N next week is a must, it would take us off bottom and nearer Killie who are not a good team. Mon the Jags Ps what a strange reaction among the Jags fans when goal went in, it was like no one believed we had scored.
  13. He won't be back, like you say Colin hope he does well at Ayr. Not that I'm advocating a change but one name that hasn't been mentioned is Steven Presseley, not sure if he is working for SFA since leaving Coventry. AJ
  14. It will be interest to see in the next accounts how much is owed to the directors or any of their businesses. What would concern me would be if they were looking for repayment and the club couldn't meet that. Also it is possible any money received from sale of Jack Henry has gone to repay any of the aforementioned. All will be revealed in due course once accounts are filed.