Andy Little's Boots

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  2. In their excitement at the prospect of playing Brechin it must've slipped their mind that we will still be going to Dundee next season - just not to play them.
  3. A good woman always has a packet of hankies in their handbag.
  4. Must be the ones at CR5, the others aren't. I sit in CR1 so use the ones at that end and they're not great but at least have hot water, the ones in the middle don't.
  5. The ones in CR are a disgrace too, especially the middle ones. There's ceiling tiles missing, no water in the hot taps and just not very clean.
  6. As @Inigo says take in a letter from your brother stating that he is moving abroad and he wants to transfer his ST to keep it in the family and they will change it over. I did this last year with my brothers ST, just said that he couldn't afford it as not working but wanted to keep it in the family. They said there would normally be a charge for changing it but waived it for me, possibly as I was renewing 4 tickets. Also if your nephew has his own Rangers number already take a note of that with you too as they'll already have his details on the system.
  7. Shocking news, so sad at only 44. RIP Ugo.
  8. Jason Holt for me today but Beerman was a very close second.
  9. Same here. On the upside I'm saving a fair few quid and don't need to get up ridiculously early to get through there for a stupid o'clock ko. TV loyal for me and the kids.
  10. I don't think it's anything to do with your ST's being in the family stand as I don't sit there and I haven't got tickets either. We have 4 tickets in the Copland Rear and been signed up to CCCS for all home games and semi's/finals for years. We were at all the crappy midweek cup games with low attendances in recent years and moved to the CF when the rear was closed. I was away on holiday last July for the group stage games but I still paid for my tickets and they were used by family members (miserable sods didn't pay me for them though) and my holiday was booked long before they changed the format of the cup. I am disappointed at missing this one, not as much as my kids are but then they don't pay for the tickets, petrol, parking or food at the game! 😂😂
  11. His Dad passed away recently.
  12. I hope he does well too, from what my husband says he's a shining light in their team and he hopes they can keep him. He got a bit of abuse from a couple of Falkirk fans for tweeting good luck to us a few weeks back but the majority of them backed him saying he's never hid that he supports us and not long left us either. It's nice to hear that he still goes to the odd game when he can too.
  13. He was getting a start until his Dad passed away. He then missed a couple of games and was on the bench when he came back. He started for them last Saturday and was subbed after 75mins, 4 minutes later Morton scored and it was his replacement that gave the ball away. He seems to be doing quite well there but from what I hear he'll likely get a better offer for next season as it's doubtful they can afford to keep him.
  14. I was there on Sunday with my family for the carvery and it was excellent as usual. We've booked to go back again in a few weeks. Staff are brilliant, especially with kids. They brought my youngest ice cream with fruit on Sunday as he didn't like anything on the dessert table. Highly recommended from me.