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  1. So it's a new rule for this season, that's fair enough. You said it was "usually" demanded by the organisers, as if it was something that had been in place for a while.
  2. Last season's semi final (one-off match at a neutral venue) wasn't all ticket. Glencairn didn't sell any tickets for the match, all of our supporters paid at the gate. When we got to the semi final in 2013 v Auchinleck Talbot it was 2 legs then as well, but again it was pay at the gate for both legs.
  3. The Scottish FA's appeal committee agree with you, Mateusz's red card has been reduced to a yellow. Unfortunately the match can't be replayed, but that's football.
  4. There is the potential for an additional promotion or relegation place in each league, depending on whether or not a team is relegated into the WoSFL from the Lowland League (highly unlikely this season) and whether or not the WoSFL champions are promoted to the Lowland League.
  5. Another blow for our promotion aspirations today, and the writing was on the wall after 5 minutes when our goalkeeper Mateusz Miller was red carded. We had to bring on 18-year-old Chris White who only officially joined us on loan yesterday and has had only one training session with the squad. It was no surprise that the first goal conceded came because of a breakdown in communication between our defender and the goalkeeper. Some results elsewhere went in our favour, but with a third of the season to play we need to start scoring goals again. That's three games in a row without scoring and, to be honest, we've not been scoring enough all season in my opinion. Cup tie next week, a wee break from league action.
  6. Most of the EoSFL (the Premier Division at least) are in The Scottish Cup.
  7. We have signed goalkeeper Chris White on loan from Stirling Albion until the end of the season.
  8. Points on the board are always better than games in hand, in my opinion.
  9. Rutherglen Glencairn goalkeeper Scott Law has been made available for transfer. Scott made 43 appearances for the club, including the Scottish Junior Cup Final last season. Any interested clubs should contact Willie Harvey (General Manager) or Peter Ferguson (Club Secretary).
  10. Personally I hate the 2-leg semis concept, it takes away from the knockout concept of a cup tie. Our neutral venue semi last season v East Craigie with our late equaliser and win on penalties was great drama.
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