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    Centenary Shirt Offer


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    The Hearts shirt from a few seasons back was also very popular with the Tynecastle faithful. I was thinking that the Centenary would be 2019-20 although the club was founded in March 1919.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ALBERTZ_11 View Post
    The Hearts shirt from a few seasons back was also very popular with the Tynecastle faithful. I was thinking that the Centenary would be 2019-20 although the club was founded in March 1919.
    Love the idea and really hoping the directors (even if it is just for the one season) use the original shield badge on the centenary shirts - please !

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    I've just ordered a centenary top with name embroidered. Think it's a great idea to personalise this special moment in time ( 100 years) and to feel part of the club in any small way.

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    I too have placed my order today to stake this place in the clubs history. Certainly a one off opportunity not to be missed.

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    Something simple, not over-designed with an ebroidted badge please! Look to what Everton and Liverpool have been up to for inspiration. A simple white trim and white shorts and i’ll be a happy fan. Aberdeen’s strip is pleasantly simple this year too. Just keep it simple!

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    Quote Originally Posted by palmylad View Post
    The link on the site doesn't seem to work.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cptqueens View Post
    the link on the site doesn't seem to work.
    ditto cpt queens

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    Just a reminder that you’ve only got until the end of this month before the centenary shirt offer finishes >>>>


    http://www.qosfc.com/news-3830

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    Quote Originally Posted by palmylad View Post
    Just a reminder that you’ve only got until the end of this month before the centenary shirt offer finishes >>>>


    http://www.qosfc.com/news-3830
    Great idea and I know one Doonhamer - mad family who have booked nine names on the centenary shirt. Not holding my breath but hopefully even if it is just for the one season Queens ditch the current shirt badge for a new design obviously saying '' centenary '' and maybe featuring the original 1950s large shield.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ftivano1 View Post
    Great idea and I know one Doonhamer - mad family who have booked nine names on the centenary shirt. Not holding my breath but hopefully even if it is just for the one season Queens ditch the current shirt badge for a new design obviously saying '' centenary '' and maybe featuring the original 1950s large shield.

    Not sure what club crest we should use but think it would be a great idea to have 2 gold stars above it to represent our league championships wins

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    I could not miss out and have got round to adding my name to the shirt which I look forward to seeing with all the fans names on it but would it not be great to add great Queens players from the past onto it as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by aloreburn View Post
    Not sure what club crest we should use but think it would be a great idea to have 2 gold stars above it to represent our league championships wins
    Have we not won 3 league championships - all at Forfar ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ftivano1 View Post
    Have we not won 3 league championships - all at Forfar ?

    Correct , don’t know what I was thinking there

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    http://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/football/42803838


    Check out Leeds United new club crest for their centenary season. It’s awful

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    Quote Originally Posted by aloreburn View Post
    http://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/football/42803838


    Check out Leeds United new club crest for their centenary season. It’s awful
    Yes really strange logo for a centenary maybe a Leeds fan can throw some light on the man !
    Really really hope Queens come up with something better than the current badge.

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    Inverness Caledonian Thistle claim to have been originally founded in 1885. When were the first team in Queens amalgamation founded?

    Would be interesting to know!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Truthhurts View Post
    Inverness Caledonian Thistle claim to have been originally founded in 1885. When were the first team in Queens amalgamation founded?

    Would be interesting to know!
    In the Dumfries area several teams existed in the years leading up to the First World War. These included
    Dumfries FC (formed 1897)
    Arrol-Johnston FC (unsure when formed as the works team that produced motor cars that can still be seen at the Glasgow Transport Museum)
    5th King’s Own Scottish Borderers (formed 1908 – formerly Maxwelltown Volunteers - formed 1896). These clubs closed down in 1915 for the duration of the Great War.

    In 1919 a public meeting was held in Dumfries Town Hall to consider how senior football could be revived. Rather than reinstate the old clubs, it was proposed that a new, professional club be formed the following season to draw together support from Dumfries and Maxwelltown areas. The proposal was accepted unanimously and “Queen of the South United FC” was born.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ALBERTZ_11 View Post
    In the Dumfries area several teams existed in the years leading up to the First World War. These included Dumfries FC (formed 1897), a works side, Arrol-Johnston FC and 5th King’s Own Scottish Borderers (formed 1908 – formerly Maxwelltown Volunteers). These clubs closed down in 1915 for the duration of the Great War.

    In 1919 a public meeting was held in Dumfries Town Hall to consider how senior football could be revived. Rather than reinstate the old clubs, it was proposed that a new, professional club be formed the following season to draw together support from Dumfries and Maxwelltown areas. The proposal was accepted unanimously and “Queen of the South United FC” was born.


    Copy and pasted aye ?

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