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 Respect for Burntisland
Topic Originator: Par Lament  
Date:   Thu 1 Aug 12:02

Hope we do as Aberdeen done for our centenary match by fielding a strong team and taking a large support through to Recreation Park on Tuesday.
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 Re: Respect for Burntisland
Topic Originator: The Toun Clock  
Date:   Thu 1 Aug 12:29

Last time we took senior players to play against Burntisland one ended up with a broken leg and never played for us again (I think).
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 Re: Respect for Burntisland
Topic Originator: Paralex  
Date:   Thu 1 Aug 12:33

Aye be very careful about putting your prize assets in among a bunch of tattie howkers.

I see Hibs have lost one of their best players in a game like that.
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 Re: Respect for Burntisland
Topic Originator: widtink  
Date:   Thu 1 Aug 12:36

Bit risky to play our full first team.
I suspect a smattering of first teamers with some youngsters thrown in will be more the case.
But that's just my opinion



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 Re: Respect for Burntisland
Topic Originator: Par  
Date:   Thu 1 Aug 16:32

I remember a few years back where we put out a strong team against them at EEP in the Fife Cup and they beat us!
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 Re: Respect for Burntisland
Topic Originator: Inchkeithpar  
Date:   Thu 1 Aug 16:39

Aaron splaine got his leg broken from one of they brutes.
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 Re: Respect for Burntisland
Topic Originator: red-star-par  
Date:   Thu 1 Aug 17:20

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Inchkeithpar, Thu 1 Aug 16:39

Aaron splaine got his leg broken from one of they brutes.

Whatever happened to him, he looked quite a prospect
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 Re: Respect for Burntisland
Topic Originator: Westies squint kicks  
Date:   Thu 1 Aug 17:27

Topic Originator: Inchkeithpar like | nolike
Date: Thu 1 Aug 16:39

Aaron splaine got his leg broken from one of they brutes.

make that up did you ?

“It’s really unfortunate, it’s not as if it was a challenge or anything, he just went right over on his ankle. It just shows you easily it can happen.- allan johnston
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 Re: Respect for Burntisland
Topic Originator: Ronaldo  
Date:   Thu 1 Aug 19:46


Really looking forward to this. My dad served his time with the Burntisland Shipbuilding Company in the 1950s, so I've always had a soft spot for the Shippy. A good chance to see some of our fringe players at close quarters and, for me, no distance to travel from Aberdour.

Although it's the club's (and yard's) centenary, it's also 50 years this summer that the yard closed ... the same day as the first moon landing. The end of a remarkable Fife institution.

Poignantly, the last ship to be built there refused to budge when the chocks were removed. Despite lighting fires to warm the tallow on the slipways, it still would not shift and the launch was postponed.
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 Re: Respect for Burntisland
Topic Originator: Par Lament  
Date:   Fri 2 Aug 23:14

As I kind of expected,we have a "Billy Big Baws"attitude to this.The responses allude to fans of Celtic,looking down on anyone that play in a lower league.Disgusting to say the least.Remember,this isn't about us,it's all about Burntisland,who've a proud history.The fact they've asked our club to be part of their centenary celebrations should ensure that we give them every respect,no matter that some erseholes think we should play a reserve team,and the lack of knowledge about a fellow Fife team suggests a complete ignorance of the role of lower league teams.Terms such as "games like this","tattie howkers","brutes",etc make me ashamed to be associated with DAFC.
"Bit risky to play our full first team".Can I be permitted to ask why it's more "risky" to play them compared to matches against Forfar,Hibs,Albion Rovers,Edinburgh City and East Kilbride?
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 Re: Respect for Burntisland
Topic Originator: wee eck  
Date:   Fri 2 Aug 23:22

It's listed on COWS as a reserve game. I don't think that's a sign of disrespect, it's just that the reserve team haven't played for some time and their players will be needing match practice. I think Craw said Danny Devine would be playing as part of his rehabilitation.
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 Re: Respect for Burntisland
Topic Originator: widtink  
Date:   Fri 2 Aug 23:34

Quote:

Par Lament, Fri 2 Aug 23:14

As I kind of expected,we have a "Billy Big Baws"attitude to this.The responses allude to fans of Celtic,looking down on anyone that play in a lower league.Disgusting to say the least.Remember,this isn't about us,it's all about Burntisland,who've a proud history.The fact they've asked our club to be part of their centenary celebrations should ensure that we give them every respect,no matter that some erseholes think we should play a reserve team,and the lack of knowledge about a fellow Fife team suggests a complete ignorance of the role of lower league teams.Terms such as "games like this","tattie howkers","brutes",etc make me ashamed to be associated with DAFC.
"Bit risky to play our full first team".Can I be permitted to ask why it's more "risky" to play them compared to matches against Forfar,Hibs,Albion Rovers,Edinburgh City and East Kilbride?


Careful now... Your mock outrage is showing 🤣



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 Re: Respect for Burntisland
Topic Originator: Paralex  
Date:   Fri 2 Aug 23:47

Come on Widtink, take a few deep breaths and see the funny side. Loads of us including myself played in the tattie howkers leagues. Some of the junior defenders I came across did their pre match warm up in the pub and had big hairy bellies bulging out of their jerseys. But they still possessed the timing and alacrity to put an opposition forward in hospital for three months by poleaxing him on the refs blindside.
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 Re: Respect for Burntisland
Topic Originator: Par Lament  
Date:   Sat 3 Aug 00:05

Nothing "mock" about my outrage,I'm seriously disgusted by your attitude.
Your e-moji laughing at your own comment tells me so much more about you as a person though.
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 Re: Respect for Burntisland
Topic Originator: Par Lament  
Date:   Sat 3 Aug 00:08

As I was saying about lack of knowledge about lower league football.Putting Burntisland and Junior in the same sentence underlines my point.
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 Re: Respect for Burntisland
Topic Originator: widtink  
Date:   Sat 3 Aug 00:11

Oh I definitely see the funny side of this thread. Especially as the OP is getting so heat up about it... Or at least pretending to 🤣 It's common sense not to send our first team... Not disrespect.
Personally I think he's fishing though.
Here's some more seeing as you like them so much 😂🤣😁😏





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 Re: Respect for Burntisland
Topic Originator: Par Lament  
Date:   Sat 3 Aug 00:19

Fishing?Have a word with yourself,and your attempts to demean my views on this subject would suggest to me a small minded man,unfit to be a moderator on a forum.
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 Re: Respect for Burntisland
Topic Originator: Luxembourg Par  
Date:   Sat 3 Aug 00:28

<make me ashamed to be associated with DAFC.>

Jeez, get over yersel'

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 Re: Respect for Burntisland
Topic Originator: widtink  
Date:   Sat 3 Aug 00:29

Jings min chill oot.
I'm merely suggesting that you're being a tad overzealous with your "disgusting" and "ashamed" nonsense.
If the kind of comments on here make you feel "ashamed to be associated with dafc" then I really don't think a football forum is for you.
Although I still think you're at it 🤣



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 Re: Respect for Burntisland
Topic Originator: Grant  
Date:   Sat 3 Aug 00:31

Hope we send the u17s.
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 Re: Respect for Burntisland
Topic Originator: Paralex  
Date:   Sat 3 Aug 01:40

Naw, yir right Widtink, he's at it. "A moderator on this forum ". That's just a wee bit too ridiculous. He's been listening to Jacob Reese Mog too much. Sounds like Lord Haw Haw. Does he wear a monocle?
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 Re: Respect for Burntisland
Topic Originator: Paralex  
Date:   Sat 3 Aug 11:33

I remember going to Central Park when I was a wee lad to watch Cowdenbeath play Burntisland Shipyard. I had no money but got in at half time when the gates opened. It was 6-0 at half time and 8-0 at full time. I think any junior team at the time would have given Cowdenbeath a better game than that and I doubt if it's any different now.
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 Re: Respect for Burntisland
Topic Originator: Turps  
Date:   Tue 6 Aug 21:02

Any idea of the team/score tonight?
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 Re: Respect for Burntisland
Topic Originator: SAP PAR  
Date:   Tue 6 Aug 21:08

Pars won 5-0. No idea of team.
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 Re: Respect for Burntisland
Topic Originator: Grant  
Date:   Tue 6 Aug 21:10

Gill, Bowman, Lang, Devine, Edwards, Sawers, Allan, Morrison, Coulson, Todd, Trialist

Pars won 5-0, scorers were Trialist, Matthew Todd, Josh Edwards, Cammy Graham and a young sub.

All credit goes to the Pars Review twitter account for covering the game: https://twitter.com/ParsReview?s=09

Trialist was a guy called Broque Watson.
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 Re: Respect for Burntisland
Topic Originator: Turps  
Date:   Tue 6 Aug 21:14

Cheers. We showed them no respect then... 😂
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 Re: Respect for Burntisland
Topic Originator: MESSIAH  
Date:   Tue 6 Aug 21:15

Broque Watson played with celtic and Motherwell. No idea of his situation now whether out of contract or not.
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 Re: Respect for Burntisland
Topic Originator: Turps  
Date:   Tue 6 Aug 21:18

Out of contract according to this.

Broque Watson
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 Re: Respect for Burntisland
Topic Originator: GJS93  
Date:   Tue 6 Aug 21:40

he left Motherwell at the end of last season, was on trial with Alloa in preseason. played against us in the reserves at the start of last season and was impressive, no harm in having a look at him.
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 Re: Respect for Burntisland
Topic Originator: widtink  
Date:   Tue 6 Aug 21:46

He'd be one for the young team would he not?



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 Re: Respect for Burntisland
Topic Originator: wee eck  
Date:   Tue 6 Aug 21:52

A left-winger I see which is a position Craw wants cover for. That's an unusual first name!
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 Re: Respect for Burntisland
Topic Originator: AB Loyal  
Date:   Tue 6 Aug 21:52

Edwards goal was a bit of a cracker. Good to see Devine and Lang getting minutes. Young Bowman played well.

The Prophet - 12/07/18, 13/06/19
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 Re: Respect for Burntisland
Topic Originator: petrie_pants  
Date:   Tue 6 Aug 22:04

Saw Watson play for East Fife last season. Was decent enough. Pretty sure he was leading scorer for Motherwell under 20s as well.
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 Re: Respect for Burntisland
Topic Originator: Playup_Pompey  
Date:   Wed 7 Aug 07:34

"All credit goes to the Pars Review twitter"

so we didnt even have Pars TV? How belittling and disrespectful ;)

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 Re: Respect for Burntisland
Topic Originator: Par  
Date:   Wed 7 Aug 15:02

The young guy Cammy Graham looks a good prospect. Some good touches and a goal also.
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 Re: Respect for Burntisland
Topic Originator: brian  
Date:   Wed 7 Aug 17:11

https://dafc.co.uk/fixture.php?SID=Reserves&D=2019-08-06&ID=1228

Match report

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 Re: Respect for Burntisland
Topic Originator: brian  
Date:   Wed 7 Aug 17:39

Playup Pompey
ParsTV highlights up on match report

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 Re: Respect for Burntisland
Topic Originator: Mon-pa  
Date:   Wed 7 Aug 19:11

Great highlights - thanks ParsTV!

ARTY
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