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    "Within the city"



    Aye aye, just because they have move the political boundary.

    Nae mair within the city than Alford is.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mason89 View Post
    AMA OMG the amount of folk that rightly donít trust him with this kind of thing, yet think itís ok he moves the club outside the city
    When Ihave I ever said that I think it's ok to move the club outside the city?

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    Quote Originally Posted by donsdaft View Post
    "Within the city"



    Aye aye, just because they have move the political boundary.

    Nae mair within the city than Alford is.
    Pittodrie wasnít even within the boundaries of the original Aberdeen as a new town.
    Guess thatís what happens with population expansion and reaching out to new areas

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    Some very interesting original names

    The Spit Tall Hills
    Futty
    The river Done

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    Derek McInnes says 'absolutely nothing' in Stoke reports


    There is absolutely nothing in that. I've got enough going on here to deal with. We are looking to get our third win in a row and hopefully go into the international break feeling better about ourselves.''


    Yeah! Get the bunting out!

    https://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/football/50336952

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    Quote Originally Posted by afc1903mad View Post
    Pittodrie wasnít even within the boundaries of the original Aberdeen as a new town.
    Guess thatís what happens with population expansion and reaching out to new areas

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    Some very interesting original names

    The Spit Tall Hills
    Futty
    The river Done

    None of which has even the remotest relevance to post 1903

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    Quote Originally Posted by donsdaft View Post
    None of which has even the remotest relevance to post 1903
    It helps him justify that w@nker Milne.

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    Quote Originally Posted by donsdaft View Post
    None of which has even the remotest relevance to post 1903
    Of course it does.
    You stated that Kingsford is only “within” Aberdeen because of a political boundary change and the map shows differently.
    The Mill of Brotherfield is within the boundary, Ord is just outside the boundary

    Quote Originally Posted by redscot View Post
    It helps him justify that w@nker Milne.
    Fa mentioned Milne, just pointed out a false meme.

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    Quote Originally Posted by StandfreeFM View Post
    1) its within the city
    2) even if it wasn't, you couldn't gie a fu(k
    1- Is it f*ck
    2- Iím not against a new stadium as such. I would just like it to be built in Aberdeen & with that inept hun loving @rsehole having nothing to do with it, as everything he touches turns to shyte.
    3- I posted that earlier while having a dump in work. Thatís a typo at the start, not text talk. In case any c*nt was wondering

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    Quote Originally Posted by its_a_goal View Post
    When Ihave I ever said that I think it's ok to move the club outside the city?
    Not you personally, just a general observation of some of the spuds in our support. Apologies for any confusion

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    Quote Originally Posted by afc1903mad View Post
    Pittodrie wasnít even within the boundaries of the original Aberdeen as a new town.
    Guess thatís what happens with population expansion and reaching out to new areas

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    Some very interesting original names

    The Spit Tall Hills
    Futty
    The river Done
    Aye but the original Aberdeen were playing at the Channory prior to that. A mere ten minute walk away. They weren't shifting the club approximately 7 miles away. Two to two and a half hour walk maybe


    That argument is absolutely null and void.

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    Quote Originally Posted by blowupsheep View Post
    Please God, please let this be true and please make this happen.
    Ach well it was a lovey thought while it lasted I continue to live in hope that one day he will fk off from my beloved club.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pacman1903 View Post
    Aye but the original Aberdeen were playing at the Channory prior to that. A mere ten minute walk away. They weren't shifting the club approximately 7 miles away. Two to two and a half hour walk maybe
    A 10 min walk away from where? Pittodrie as it is?

    Modern times min, technology has advanced since then.
    People would probably walked to work back then. You couldn't do that now

    Quote Originally Posted by Pacman1903 View Post
    That argument is absolutely null and void.
    Are you having a different argument from the one we were discussing.
    Donsdaft said that Kingsford was only within the city limits because of a political boundary change.
    I merely showed the facts that the map of 1661 designated that Kingford effectively fell within the boundaries, whilst funnily enough Torry, Balgownie and Auchmill didn't

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    Im just meaning that saying Pittodrie wasn't in the city limits to start and Kingsford is doesn't really compare that's all. Big difference between Channory to Pittodrie and Pittodrie to Kingsford

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    Quote Originally Posted by afc1903mad View Post
    A 10 min walk away from where? Pittodrie as it is?

    Modern times min, technology has advanced since then.
    People would probably walked to work back then. You couldn't do that now
    Quote Originally Posted by Pacman1903 View Post
    Im just meaning that saying Pittodrie wasn't in the city limits to start and Kingsford is doesn't really compare that's all. Big difference between Channory to Pittodrie and Pittodrie to Kingsford
    You should be more environmentally friendly and walk to work then

    Channonry to Pittodry is 1.1 milnes.
    That's some walking pace you have to do it in 10 minutes
    I always remember it as 3 miles an hour on average, yet you are doing 6.6mph

    Pacman out for a slow stroll

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    Quote Originally Posted by afc1903mad View Post
    You should be more environmentally friendly and walk to work then

    Channonry to Pittodry is 1.1 milnes.

    Is that a typo or a Freudian slip.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dons8321 View Post
    Is that a typo or a Freudian slip.
    Haha, very funny.
    Definitely a typo

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    Quote Originally Posted by afc1903mad View Post
    You should be more environmentally friendly and walk to work then

    Channonry to Pittodry is 1.1 milnes.
    That's some walking pace you have to do it in 10 minutes
    I always remember it as 3 miles an hour on average, yet you are doing 6.6mph

    Pacman out for a slow stroll
    Always up for a challenge (but nae to work as its 5000 miles away and ill get wet a lot). The Botanical garden(where the pitch was) to Pittodrie. Im going to time myself. Im a big loon with big strides. Average walking pace is 3mph. I can do this nae hass

    Anyway its nae 7 miles away like Kingsford. That's the point.

    And b@llocks to having a beard

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pacman1903 View Post
    Always up for a challenge (but nae to work as its 5000 miles away and ill get wet a lot). The Botanical garden(where the pitch was) to Pittodrie. Im going to time myself. Im a big loon with big strides. Average walking pace is 3mph. I can do this nae hass

    Anyway its nae 7 miles away like Kingsford. That's the point.

    And b@llocks to having a beard
    Thought you had the unkept look about you or is it the George Michael designer stubble you sport?
    Notice your touree??? blew aff the pace you were doing.

    6.6 miles an hour you need to do, over twice the average walking pace.
    We expect a video complete with the mincey walk
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    Quote Originally Posted by afc1903mad View Post
    Thought you had the unkept look about you or is it the George Michael designer stubble you sport?
    Notice your touree??? blew aff the pace you were doing.

    6.6 miles an hour you need to do, over twice the average walking pace.
    We expect a video complete with the mincey walk
    Does it have to be a mincey walk?

    The stubble is down to laziness

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    Will Derek McInnes still be at Aberdeen when Jack Ross departs Easter Road. My money is on Ross getting fired first.

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