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  1. elevenone

    Women's World Cup

    I can see both sides of the argument. I have enjoyed watching the world cup as a one off football fix in the close season however would I want to watch woman’s football every week then the answer would be no. I do like the technical side of it and slower nature which in some respect reminds me of mens footie in the 1970’s. A lot of mens football now especially at our level is fast, devoid of skill and all about small percentages/mistakes. In the passage of time the woman’s game will probably become similar, a bit like woman’s tennis. Whilst the same sport I do feel they are separate games. I know our Chairwoman is a bit advocate of the woman’s game and usually her programme notes reflect this however truth be told I could tell you very little about the Jags woman’s squad and giving the choice of our womans team winning their league or our mens team winning their opening fixture it would be the latter. Anyway lets hope Scotland Ladies can stuff Argentina and make it through to the next round.
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    Vaguely Jaggy Factoids

    Paddy Keogh once picked me up from my house in his taxi to take me to a hospitality day at Firhill. ( I did not recognise him until he said)
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    Phil Bowen

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    Spittal offski

    Or to a relegation fighting Premiership team from a promotion chasing Championship team. tomayto, tomahto...
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    Spittal offski

    Was an easy decision to leave us. https://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/football/48516739
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    Something We Can All Agree On

    She encapsulates what football is all about. "I love the fun of it. Just running around and kicking the ball. "All I think about when I'm playing football is scoring a goal."
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    Maryhill Juniors

    Always liked the ground, would be a real shame. I think as neighbours a friendly would be a fantastic gesture by Jags.
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    BetFred Cup Draw

    Happy with Clyde, call me old school but always like skelping them. When do we find out the home/aways? Hampden would be good as fond memories of 5-4 game where we beat a Queens Park side that was playing a now Champions League Final player.
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    BetFred Cup Draw

    Selfish reasons only as remarkably it’s a ground I have never been to.
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    BetFred Cup Draw

    Please not Hamilton away, perhaps the only silver lining of relegation was not having to go back there.
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    BetFred Cup Draw

    Will this be regional groups? EK and Clyde away for me if so.
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    U-16s go free, scrapped ...

    another bummer of relegation no more Jags in FIFA, Livingston v Barca not as an enjoyable.
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    State of Play

    I’m not sure how they arrived at St J and Motherwell getting more cash than Hearts? Points earned maybe as I think both might have ended with more than Hearts?? Also as allyo points out seems odd that finishing yearly in top half of League2 is more an incentive than finishing in bottom half of League1.
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    Season Tickets 2019/20

    On sale next Tuesday. 1 week window for early bird price. Prices frozen. https://ptfc.co.uk/ptfc-news/2019-20-season-tickets-on-sale-next-week/
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    State of Play

    League prize money for all clubs just announced. The difference of finishing even a place or 2 higher would have made an significant difference. I hope we didn’t budget expected prize money on promotion and this cash is a bonus. Ladbrokes Premiership Celtic – £2,058,999.60 Rangers – £1,115,000.40 Kilmarnock – £794,000.40 Aberdeen – £573,999.60 Hibernian – £464,000.40 Heart of Midlothian – £354,000.00 St Johnstone – £453,000.00 Motherwell – £398,000.40 Livingston – £342,999.60 Hamilton Academical – £288,000.00 St Mirren – £233,000.40 Dundee – £177,999.60 Ladbrokes Championship Ross County – £402,960.00 Dundee United – £313,959.60 Inverness Caledonian Thistle – £241,959.60 Ayr United – £169,959.60 Greenock Morton – £94,359.60 Partick Thistle – £69,960.00 Dunfermline Athletic – £58,959.60 Alloa Athletic – £47,960.40 Queen of the South – £36,960.00 Falkirk – £25,959.60 Ladbrokes League 1 Arbroath – £62,408.40 Forfar Athletic – £44,607.60 Raith Rovers – £23,408.40 Montrose – £21,207.60 Airdrieonians – £19,008.00 Dumbarton – £16,808.40 East Fife – £14,607.60 Stranraer – £12,408.00 Stenhousemuir – £10,208.40 Brechin City – £8,007.60 Ladbrokes League 2 Peterhead – £27,996.00 Clyde – £25,796.40 Edinburgh City – £23,595.60 Annan Athletic – £21,396.00 Stirling Albion – £17,996.40 Cowdenbeath – £15,795.60 Queen's Park – £13,596.00 Elgin City – £11,396.40 Albion Rovers – £9,195.60 Berwick Rangers – £6,996.00 Total – £9,122,438.40