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    We will get there....

    8th place again... Trust me. Better team today, but that usually means jack. Another long hard season. We will survive!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bagapapa View Post
    8th place again... Trust me. Better team today, but that usually means jack. Another long hard season. We will survive!
    Wait until the transfer window is closed before making such a statement. I see Kirk Broadfoot has signed for ICT even though he didnít want to go there. Full marks to his agent for using Queens and East Kilbride as bargaining tools.

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    thats it for the queens faithful these days bagapapa has just said it all quite happy to finish 8th ,i think finishing outside the top 4 is an embarrassment .

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    Quote Originally Posted by Francis_begbie_HFC View Post
    thats it for the queens faithful these days bagapapa has just said it all quite happy to finish 8th ,i think finishing outside the top 4 is an embarrassment .
    Youíre an embarrassment with statements like that.

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    Too early to make any predictions for the season ahead but Johnston needs to start signing players ASAP

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    Quote Originally Posted by aloreburn View Post
    Too early to make any predictions for the season ahead but Johnston needs to start signing players ASAP
    Defininitely after tonight. Annan were unfortunate. They dictated play for half an hour or so second half. Both teams squandered a load of good chances. Queens shred your nerves just like Scotland. Take the win though👍👍😀😀

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    I see that the Queens OS described the win as comfortable, well it certainly was not that for periods in the second half. Some of the attacking play was exhilarating for sure as ex Queens man Sim was pointing out on a regular basis but once another former player in Goss came on he caused panic at the back. We need to get reinforcements in ASAP especially to bolter the defence then we will see about a potential challenge this year. We seem to have unearthed a few gems once again in attacking positions with none better than Connolly who is worth the entry fee alone.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Spikefaethesouth View Post
    I see that the Queens OS described the win as comfortable, well it certainly was not that for periods in the second half. Some of the attacking play was exhilarating for sure as ex Queens man Sim was pointing out on a regular basis but once another former player in Goss came on he caused panic at the back. We need to get reinforcements in ASAP especially to bolter the defence then we will see about a potential challenge this year. We seem to have unearthed a few gems once again in attacking positions with none better than Connolly who is worth the entry fee alone.
    Hopefully the new attendance rules coming soon (allegedly) will enable the 100s of currently missing Queens fans to see these new gems Spike - fingers crossed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ftivano1 View Post
    Hopefully the new attendance rules coming soon (allegedly) will enable the 100s of currently missing Queens fans to see these new gems Spike - fingers crossed.
    Great that the Covid football rules at Palmy have been relaxed (apart from the RED ZONE main stand) and fans can rock up and buy a ticket as per normal on Saturday for the Hamilton game or, indeed, buy in advance during this week at the
    club shop.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ftivano1 View Post
    Great that the Covid football rules at Palmy have been relaxed (apart from the RED ZONE main stand) and fans can rock up and buy a ticket as per normal on Saturday for the Hamilton game or, indeed, buy in advance during this week at the
    club shop.
    Ticket prices from the OS


    £18 Adults
    £10 concession
    £5 children

    Accessible adult £8
    Accessible concession £5
    Accessible child £3

    Season ticket number 2

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