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Re: Falkirk vs Ross County

Post by Dade » Wednesday 31st 2018f October 2018 12:07:44 AM

Sir Jones wrote:
Tuesday 30th 2018f October 2018 09:13:34 PM
Pete wrote:
Tuesday 30th 2018f October 2018 06:56:38 PM
Minutes silence tonight. Farce
I thought that was a bit odd to be honest. If he gets a minutes silence then why didn't Barry Chuckle?
Who got a minute’s silence?

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Re: Falkirk vs Ross County

Post by Sir Jones » Wednesday 31st 2018f October 2018 08:20:12 AM

Dade wrote:
Wednesday 31st 2018f October 2018 12:07:44 AM
Sir Jones wrote:
Tuesday 30th 2018f October 2018 09:13:34 PM
Pete wrote:
Tuesday 30th 2018f October 2018 06:56:38 PM
Minutes silence tonight. Farce
I thought that was a bit odd to be honest. If he gets a minutes silence then why didn't Barry Chuckle?
Who got a minute’s silence?
Leicester Chairman!
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Re: Falkirk vs Ross County

Post by dixie chicken » Wednesday 31st 2018f October 2018 10:15:58 AM

What about his mistress who was also killed in the crash?
All this mourning for people with no connections is sickening.
Bit like Princess Di.

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Re: Falkirk vs Ross County

Post by Dade » Wednesday 31st 2018f October 2018 01:39:12 PM

Agree with you about the one minute's silence.

Why is it that people feel obliged to do one minute's silence for people that you never met. Not having one doesn't mean you don't care or feel affected by an incident. Also what comfort does it give to people that strangers have held a vigil or Falkirk football club held a one minutes silence!?

What's more, had the Leicester Chairman not been in the helicopter then there would have been no silence whatsoever but it would be no less tragic an event. Diehard fans of our club will have died without even a mention in the programme so why should a chairman of another club take precedence over those who have contributed dearly to our own.

One of the few things I agree with Olaf about was his idea to hold an in memories type silence at the first home game of the season for all those connected with the club that have died in the past year and a thought for anyone that's died in general. That's a much nicer solution and doesn't get political about what events get a minute's silence and which one's don't.

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Re: Falkirk vs Ross County

Post by kemlinbairn » Wednesday 31st 2018f October 2018 07:15:44 PM

Better display, the formation seemed to work. Still a lot of work to do but hopefully, hopefully we can start with small steps forward. Saturday might be interesting to see if we keep the same shape and if the team can continue from the other night. Still work to do middle to front but thought the 5 at the back worked ok. Managers interview on FTV seemed to say we wanted RC to come onto us then hit on the break and must say there was 3 or 4 times in the first half when the ball over the top would have worked but it just never came off.

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