Ali91

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  1. European travel

    Message your hotel, my dad had to get a later flight (doesn't get in until 2AM,) they organised a taxi for him for around 15 Euros.
  2. Europa League 2017 - 18

    Wrong Minsk!
  3. Europa League 2017 - 18

    Their average home attendance is 261... we'll get as many as we need.
  4. Europa League 2017 - 18

    Cheers for the Old Town shouts, booked in the city gate hotel, £165 for a triple room for two nights.
  5. Europa League 2017 - 18

    It's a 6000 seater stadium is it not?
  6. Europa League 2017 - 18

    Thoughts on the crowd? Much cheaper than Norway and Switzerland, but it's a) not straight after the cup win and b ) maybe not as appealing for some as Switzerland. I'd imagine between 500-800.
  7. Europa League 2017 - 18

    Booked Edinburgh >>> Amsterdam >>> Vilnius. Leaves Edinburgh at 8.10, in to Vilnius for 6.40. £330 return. Any areas in Vilnius people are staying?
  8. Rise of the Tories...........

    The Labour revival in Scotland, in my opinion, we will see how it pans out in future elections, was down to Corbyn. I know many people from the left who have previously voted SNP, and indeed would vote yes in a future referendum, who voted Labour because their policies are very much in line with Corbyn. The fact the swing in Scotland was SNP >>> Tories doesn't tell the story of what actually happened imo. The left of the SNP went Labour and the britnat side of Labour went Tory. Two distinct movements within the electorate. The story of the election in Scotland was undoubatably a strengthening of the Tory vote by having a stronghold of the unionist vote, as well as eating in to the sizeable minority of Brexit voters within Scotland, especially in places such as Moray. Scottish Labour are so far removed from the leadership in Westminster, and thus so far removed from their membership base, I'd imagine this will eventually become clear to the electorate when they continually bang on about 'divisive referendums,' as some of their candidates did in frankly disgraceful acceptance speeches on Friday morning.
  9. Run in for Europe

    We were away first to Rosenborg, ESES and Luzern who were all seeded. Also away first to Alashkert and Minsk when we were seeded. Pretty sure it's an even match of seeded and non seeded teams at home first. Which makes the late draw date an even bigger bawache.
  10. Rise of the Tories...........

    Absolutely no surprise to see a bitter britnat resorting to casual sexism.
  11. Player Contracts + Transfers

    RandomGuy is a bit annoying and reactionary, but what a strange reaction to an innocuous post by the resident Perth hater there. Anybody that thinks we will spend 200k plus wages on one player has lost it. Whether the word afford was the right one to use is debatable, but the jist of RG's point was fair.
  12. Swanson and Foster fined 4 weeks wages

    Right decision, onwards and upwards, hopefully get Danny signed up and they both can play a part in keeping us successful. Looking forward to a Kung Fu celebration after Swanson bangs one in to take us in to Europe tbqh.
  13. FAIR CITY UNITY

    Duncan Ferguson was a police matter because the police decided to act on it. Saturday was five seconds of handbags that the police quite rightly took absolutely no action on, despite some ridiculous rumours in the media.
  14. FAIR CITY UNITY

    Not really though for serveral reasons. 1 - They've taken relatively light action against the fans involved. 2 - Foster and Swanson haven't had prior warnings about their behaviour that they've chosen to ignore. 3 - Foster and Swanson lost their calm in a pressure cooker environment, it wasn't pre planned and/or a police matter. The two issues are not comparable at all.
  15. FAIR CITY UNITY

    The police, other clubs, twitter, Facebook, forums, eyesight, hearing. Take your pick.