Launch of SFSA Fans’ Survey

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Launch of SFSA Fans’ Survey
Neil Doncaster on his visit to Celtic Park today to witness the opening game of the SPFL:
I just came to say “Hello”

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hIcJxJL4MOM

(Neil you won’t be missed!)


Launch of SFSA Fans’ Survey
Just back from the pub after watching the opening game of the season.  In the interests of the site I will say no more.  However, as the poster who exposed the drama of the delay in the opening of the new stand at Tynie, I think I should get 2 free tickets for the first game against Celtic.17171818

Think it’s November or December. I will wear my wooly scarf.

(I will not tie it around your goalposts!)


Launch of SFSA Fans’ Survey
http://www.edinburghnews.scotsman.com/sport/football/hearts/hearts-main-stand-delayed-after-club-forgot-to-order-seats-1-4522806

Sorry Jambos not crowing, but I wouldn’t like to be the procurement manager responsible for this oversight.

I think he/she can forget about a Christmas bonus this year.


Recent Comments by jimbo

Questions, questions, questions
How come my ‘thumbs up’ vote does not register. ie the number remains the same?

In fact I just gave John’s last post a thumbs up there and the 1 vote already recorded – disappeared!


In the Service of Fools
Happy New Year when it comes John and everyone on SFM.


Here we go again
Suffice to say his ‘expertise’ was damaging both On the pitch as well as Off it!


Here we go again
Couldn’t agree more John. But out of respect for this site the least I say about Peter Lawwell -especially after last night – and his role at Celtic the better!


Here we go again
I’ve always thought it a good thing for Scottish football to have representation at European level – EUFA etc.
I read recently that Peter Lawwell is still going to hang around the Celtic board in order to maintain his role at the ECA.
I’m at a loss as to what on earth he could bring to the table which would benefit Scottish football or Celtic!


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