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  1. Very sad news, thoughts and condolences to his family and friends. Rest in peace.
  2. You’ve done a fantastic job over the years gb, you should be very proud of all you have achieved. Enjoy a well earned ‘retirement’ and look after yourself.
  3. I ordered on Friday and payment is showing on my credit card transactions for Friday. I got a confirmation email on Saturday but nothing else since and when I check on their website it still just says processing. I’m not filled with confidence when they’ve still got a message at the bottom of the email regarding delivery times referring to last Christmas. Standard delivery is 3 - 5 working days, last guaranteed shopping day for Christmas delivery Monday 17th December.
  4. Darian Mackinnon was booked in a game earlier this season but was still cited by the compliance officer. He accepted the 2 game ban. It was their game against Kilmarnock, Greg Stewart was also cited but I don’t know if he was booked in the game. Here’s a c&p of the bbc article on it. Hamilton Academical's Darian MacKinnon has accepted a two-match ban, but Kilmarnock's Greg Stewart is contesting his from Saturday's 1-1 draw. Midfielder MacKinnon will miss Wednesday's visit to Aberdeen for his heavy challenge, on Alan Power, which originally resulted in a yellow card. But Stewart is free to face Rangers as he will face a tribunal on Thursday. Footage appeared to show the forward motion his head towards Scott Martin then pull the defender to the ground. MacKinnon and Stewart, the 28-year-old on loan from Birmingham City, were both issued with a notice of complaint by the Scottish FA's compliance officer and faced two-match suspensions. Having opted for a fast-track tribunal, 33-year-old MacKinnon will also miss Saturday's home game against Livingston. Should Stewart lose his appeal, he will miss Premiership matches at home to Aberdeen and away to Hearts.
  5. Here’s a copy & paste from an email last month when my mum enquired about hospitality. Please find attached our hospitality brochure for the current season - our packages start from £169+VAT for League games. We’re sold out in the Chairman’s Club and Legends Lounge for the remainder of the season. A full price list can be found on page 19. We’re currently taking bookings for all games excluding the post-split fixtures. Please note that hospitality for the game v Kilmarnock on 16/03/2019 is completely sold out in all areas. We’ll be in a position to start taking bookings for the post-split games once they are confirmed next year. For all other remaining games – please see below a list of available suites: 1. St Mirren 02/02/2019 – Ibrox Suite only, 2. St Johnstone 16/02/2019 – Ibrox Suite, Club Deck Box (minimum 14 people) 3. Dundee 27/02/2019 - Thornton Suite, Club Cooper, Argyle Suite & Club Europe, Club Deck Box (minimum 14) 4. Hearts 03/04/2019 - Thornton Suite, Club Cooper, Argyle Suite & Club Europe, Club Deck Box (minimum 14) Places can be booked online at https://bit.ly/2Q7dVDR or by giving us a call on 0871 702 1972, selecting option 2. Minimum bookings numbers are 2 people and we can start taking bookings as soon as the fixtures are out. Please note that the U16 price is £88+VAT across all areas. Please note that a booking has to be made against a particular game – we do not offer gift vouchers.
  6. It beggars belief that they were given all the tickets in the first place to allow them to do this. When Falkirk reached the Scottish Cup final in 2015 against Inverness they were given a small initial allocation then once that was sold they were only given further tickets in batches of 1000 at a time. Someone from their ticket office was having to run through to Hampden every day to pick up another 1000 tickets while fans were queued along the front of the stadium waiting. I don’t know how many they sold but I’m told they took a bigger support than Inverness. As you say though this won’t help smaller clubs in the future.
  7. Thoughts with him and his family. Sad news, it really is a vile disease.
  8. There was thread on here about him when it came out back in July. There’s a just giving page been set up too. https://www.justgiving.com/campaign/DavidHagen Falkirk had a bucket collection before their game against Queen of the South recently which raised about £3500. It would be good to see Rangers do this at a game as well. I’ll be taking my boys along to the game at Falkirk, hopefully there could be a return fixture at Ibrox in the future as that would raise more money for David and his family.
  9. I’m also fortunate that I don’t live hand to mouth and have some savings if needed. I really feel for those who are struggling with these payments and the short notice. I have a 17 year old who has just started an apprenticeship and hasn’t been paid yet so without me and his dad paying for his tickets there is no way he’d be able to find £72 before Thursday. All in for myself and the two boys I’m £225 at pretty short notice along with Ayr tickets rumoured to be next week as well it’s not going to be a cheap month. As others have said I don’t see the need for the payment to be due so soon when it’s a month until the first home game. For those who have season ticket payments coming off and away tickets/travel etc something will have to give. It’s extremely poor that they’re being told they’ll be taken off the CCCS if they delay this payment.
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