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Thread: Doonhamers vs. Pars

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    Doonhamers vs. Pars

    Slightly later this week:

    Ref....Steven Reid

    Asst Ref 1...Ralph Gordon

    Asst Ref 2...Ryan Lee

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    Quote Originally Posted by ALBERTZ_11 View Post
    Slightly later this week:

    Ref....Steven Reid

    Asst Ref 1...Ralph Gordon

    Asst Ref 2...Ryan Lee

    Thank God,now I can go to Palmerston safe in the knowledge that I know who is in charge.Wasn't going to bother until now,so I thank you Albertz, for eventually persuading me to attend.

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    Aye itíll be interesting to see how Ianís son is doing as a ref.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bagapapa View Post
    Thank God,now I can go to Palmerston safe in the knowledge that I know who is in charge.Wasn't going to bother until now,so I thank you Albertz, for eventually persuading me to attend.
    Mr Naysmith appealing in the local press for Queens fans to pack out Palmy versus the Pars saying '' we need the biggest crowd of the season '' A very tall order during Easter weekend with quite a few fans on holiday but the Retro Day might attract some floaters along.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ftivano1 View Post
    Mr Naysmith appealing in the local press for Queens fans to pack out Palmy versus the Pars saying '' we need the biggest crowd of the season '' A very tall order during Easter weekend with quite a few fans on holiday but the Retro Day might attract some floaters along.
    It would be easier if the powers that be lowered the admission prices like Falkirk have.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bagapapa View Post
    Thank God,now I can go to Palmerston safe in the knowledge that I know who is in charge.Wasn't going to bother until now,so I thank you Albertz, for eventually persuading me to attend.
    I aim to please

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    Quote Originally Posted by Truthhurts View Post
    Aye it’ll be interesting to see how Ian’s son is doing as a ref.
    Whoever he is?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ALBERTZ_11 View Post
    Whoever he is?
    No idea what Les is on about but the referee is certainly not the son of Ian Reid our goalscoring striker of the 1970s !

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    yep our board and our manager do a fair bit of pleaing to the fans to come out and support the club ,and i like the fact thay are trying and doing this but and the big but ,what incentive are thay giving for these pleas to the dumfries public ,we will get a few extras as its crucial cuptie like games something on the line ,but our club need to back these pleas up with a slash of prices to wet the pallets .

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ftivano1 View Post
    No idea what Les is on about but the referee is certainly not the son of Ian Reid our goalscoring striker of the 1970s !
    That's what I thought

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    Might get a few more bodies in but financially we would probably lose out. Probably just kids under 16 free would have worked the best.

    Should be cracking weather for it, queue a summer football topic by Sunday lol

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    Queens have won every game when Ianís son has refereed, scoring 8 and conceding 0

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    Quote Originally Posted by deek5trans View Post
    Might get a few more bodies in but financially we would probably lose out. Probably just kids under 16 free would have worked the best.

    Should be cracking weather for it, queue a summer football topic by Sunday lol
    Hopefully it is not the last chance saloon today as going to Ross County - the Champions in all but name next Friday
    night will be extremely difficult as will Partick Whistle in our final league game at Palmy.

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    Three points is simply a must today and even that may just give us some breathing space but that goal difference of ours is so crucial at this stage of the season.

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    D Day - Must , must win. No slow starts from the team as has been the case on numerous occasions. Right from the off and we might just squeeze through. Give the boys plenty encouragement.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JRSLEFTPEG View Post
    D Day - Must , must win. No slow starts from the team as has been the case on numerous occasions. Right from the off and we might just squeeze through. Give the boys plenty encouragement.
    Yep this is a huge day for our club.
    I won't be there as I'm in Lanzarote. I will though be going through the absolute agony of following the game on line.
    Beer and/or wine will be required.
    Mon the South. We can do this.

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    Can't see where the goals will come from. Settle for no score draw right now.

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    37mins in. Better of two poor sides. Still can't see any goals. Please give me nil nil

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    Whoooo get in

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