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 Crowd display v Falkirk
Topic Originator: PARSJAY-C  
Date:   Sat 13 Aug 20:18

DAFC Crowd Displays and Section North West have planned a colourful Tifo for the Falkirk game on the 17/9/22.

All our Tifo’s are self founded and we rely purely on the generous donation of supporters.

We ask that if you can spare any size donation it would be greatly appreciated! Even the smallest of donations can purchase things like tape and stationary.

Donations can be made via the following way:

GoFundMe page - https://www.gofundme.com/f/crowd-display-v-falkirk-17922

PayPal - Jason.canning@hotmail.co.uk

Bank transfer - DAFC Crowd Displays : Sort: 60-84-07 Account: 33577556

Club shop: Donations can be left in an envelope with the club shop title FAO DAFC Crowd Displays

Once again we will fill Section North West with noise and colour! It’s time to play your part ‍☠️

C'MON YE PARS



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 Re: Crowd display v Falkirk
Topic Originator: veteraneastender  
Date:   Sun 14 Aug 09:37

Better donating to DADSC.

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 Re: Crowd display v Falkirk
Topic Originator: Stanza  
Date:   Sun 14 Aug 10:09

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veteraneastender, Sun 14 Aug 09:37

Better donating to DADSC.


As the Secretary of DADSC I can say that we are delighted when anyone donates to our First Floor Access Fund (Pars fans have been incredibly generous) but we are absolutely NOT in competition with all the other great initiatives going on around DAFC.

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 Re: Crowd display v Falkirk
Topic Originator: alwaysaPar  
Date:   Sun 14 Aug 10:37

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veteraneastender, Sun 14 Aug 09:37

Better donating to DADSC.


You know there are times when saying nothing at all is better than making a tit of yourself.....
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 Re: Crowd display v Falkirk
Topic Originator: brian  
Date:   Sun 14 Aug 10:37

alwaysaPar, I couldn`t have put it better.

you can`t make it up.

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 Re: Crowd display v Falkirk
Topic Originator: da_no_1  
Date:   Sun 14 Aug 10:47

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veteraneastender, Sun 14 Aug 09:37

Better donating to DADSC.


And there he is......sucking the life out of another room.

Sad, really

"Some days will stay a 1000 years, some pass like the flash of a spark"
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 Re: Crowd display v Falkirk
Topic Originator: par-91  
Date:   Sun 14 Aug 12:31

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veteraneastender, Sun 14 Aug 09:37

Better donating to DADSC.


That’s your opinion. Just because you’d rather donate to that cause, doesn’t mean everyone else should feel that way. Nothing wrong with people trying to generate funds for a crowd display. It’s not a competition and not a plan to take money away from DADSC. People can still donate to DADSC, or donate to both causes, if they wish.
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 Re: Crowd display v Falkirk
Topic Originator: wetherby  
Date:   Sun 14 Aug 12:52

Am I the only one who had to look up “Tifo” on Wiki? Hadn’t heard a flag/banner display referred to as that before!

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 Re: Crowd display v Falkirk
Topic Originator: jake89  
Date:   Sun 14 Aug 12:52

Won`t somebody please think of the children?
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 Re: Crowd display v Falkirk
Topic Originator: veteraneastender  
Date:   Sun 14 Aug 13:10

"That’s your opinion."

Correct.

I realised it wouldn`t be long for some of the usual suspects to jump in with their reasoned responses.

Flags to wind up opposing supporters is hardly a "cause" IMO - opinions differ obviously.

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 Re: Crowd display v Falkirk
Topic Originator: JTH123  
Date:   Sun 14 Aug 13:26

Seems to me that you`ve jumped to a conclusion there. Is the Falkirk game a big one? Of course it is. Are the banners designed to wind up the opposing fans? I wouldn`t have thought so.
These ideas create a spectacle that add to the atmosphere. Which can, in turn, spur the team on. More power to the guys who give their time and probably their own money too.

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 Re: Crowd display v Falkirk
Topic Originator: da_no_1  
Date:   Sun 14 Aug 13:29

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veteraneastender, Sun 14 Aug 13:10

"That’s your opinion."

Correct.

I realised it wouldn`t be long for some of the usual suspects to jump in with their reasoned responses.

Flags to wind up opposing supporters is hardly a "cause" IMO - opinions differ obviously.


Thats one hell of a leap auld yin 😁

"Some days will stay a 1000 years, some pass like the flash of a spark"
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 Re: Crowd display v Falkirk
Topic Originator: Par  
Date:   Sun 14 Aug 13:30

Section NW are fantastic and you can see how much it means to the players.

Great initiative by Sammy I mean Jason!

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 Re: Crowd display v Falkirk
Topic Originator: dave67  
Date:   Sun 14 Aug 13:31

It`s no like you to try and wind up other fans VEE.
Jason does really well at setting up these displays. And clearing up after the game So if anyone can chip in to help with the costs It`s worth it

Keep up the good work Jas

Let`s try making it till Christmas
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 Re: Crowd display v Falkirk
Topic Originator: Rigger Al  
Date:   Sun 14 Aug 13:32

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dave67, Sun 14 Aug 13:31

It`s no like you to try and wind up other fans VEE.
Jason does really well at setting up these displays. And clearing up after the game So if anyone can chip in to help with the costs It`s worth it

Keep up the good work Jas


Agree
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 Re: Crowd display v Falkirk
Topic Originator: Stanza  
Date:   Sun 14 Aug 13:33

Please, all take a step back.

This thread is about the flag display that the young fans in the NW Section take part in and enjoy. IMO it deserves supporting, but nobody is obliged to do so.

It is pointless and self-defeating to argue about which voluntary activity to benefit the football club is most deserving. DADSC wants no part in that argument.

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 Re: Crowd display v Falkirk
Topic Originator: veteraneastender  
Date:   Sun 14 Aug 13:34

"It`s no like you to try and wind up other fans VEE."

Doesn`t take much in some cases, evidently.

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 Re: Crowd display v Falkirk
Topic Originator: Par  
Date:   Sun 14 Aug 13:40

Topic Originator: veteraneastender like
Date: Sun 14 Aug 13:34

"It`s no like you to try and wind up other fans VEE."

Doesn`t take much in some cases, evidently.

To drag the excellent work done by the DADSC into this is a total embarrassment take a look at yourself.

Our club has excellent volunteers who look after all aspects of the club and should not be undermined by those who try and create divisions.

There is absolutely no defence for your post VEE

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 Re: Crowd display v Falkirk
Topic Originator: veteraneastender  
Date:   Sun 14 Aug 13:44

"To drag the excellent work done by the DADSC into this is a total embarrassment take a look at yourself."

I made no such comment, or inference.

How do you come to that deluded conclusion ?

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 Re: Crowd display v Falkirk
Topic Originator: Stanza  
Date:   Sun 14 Aug 14:26

VEE, you have helped DADSC in the past and we are grateful - we hope you will do so again in the future.

But as the Secretary of DADSC I am embarrassed that DADSC has been brought into this thread and compared with another voluntary activity at the club. It was NOT helpful.

The thread and any discussion should only be about the excellent work that Jason & co do with the young fans who will be the lifeblood of DAFC for decades to come.

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 Re: Crowd display v Falkirk
Topic Originator: veteraneastender  
Date:   Sun 14 Aug 14:30

OK - for my penance...................suggestions ?

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 Re: Crowd display v Falkirk
Topic Originator: jake89  
Date:   Sun 14 Aug 15:18

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veteraneastender, Sun 14 Aug 14:30

OK - for my penance...................suggestions ?


Boot up the rear from Sammy the Tammy!
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 Re: Crowd display v Falkirk
Topic Originator: EastEndTales  
Date:   Sun 14 Aug 15:24

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veteraneastender, Sun 14 Aug 14:30

OK - for my penance...................suggestions ?


Maybe just quietly drop it now.

Ep. 4 of East End Tales is out now with Colin Miller, talking about Tannadice from 1996

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 Re: Crowd display v Falkirk
Topic Originator: alwaysaPar  
Date:   Sun 14 Aug 16:19

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veteraneastender, Sun 14 Aug 14:30

OK - for my penance...................suggestions ?


Maybe just use the auld grey matter to think about what you post before doing it..
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 Re: Crowd display v Falkirk
Topic Originator: Milos Drizzle  
Date:   Sun 14 Aug 17:19

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veteraneastender, Sun 14 Aug 14:30

OK - for my penance...................suggestions ?


Donate to the crowd display, and help clear up afterwards ;)

This is my signature
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 Re: Crowd display v Falkirk
Topic Originator: theparsman1885  
Date:   Mon 15 Aug 06:57

What a pile on! Another example of why this forum has gone to the dogs.

VEE is entitled to his opinion as are everyone but any sort of debate drops to insults and tripe from the usual suspects.

Both DADSC and the NW displays deserve backing and it’s everyone choice on how they support it.

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 Re: Crowd display v Falkirk
Topic Originator: brian  
Date:   Mon 15 Aug 08:50

Hardly this forums fault if VEE intentionally tries to stir things up.

He is doing that on purpose to give this forum a bad reputation.

Indeed people are allowed an opinion.

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 Re: Crowd display v Falkirk
Topic Originator: brian  
Date:   Mon 15 Aug 09:35

Of course I should also hasten to add the benefits of such dialogue 😁

As DADSC and Jason know they benefit from the advertising revenue all the chat brings in 👏👏

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 Re: Crowd display v Falkirk
Topic Originator: Rusty Shackleford  
Date:   Mon 15 Aug 09:52

The emergence of SNW has been one of the highlights of a desperately poor couple of years for the Pars. One of the smartest things the club has done since Cook arrived is endorse them and support them with the under 18 pricing. Attending football should be fun and feeling part of something and this is brilliant for the younger element of the support.

Equally, the disabled fundraising is clearly also about inclusion of another kind and Stanza in particular has done incredible work to keep ploughing on with this.

We should be a club where everyone is welcome. Don`t want to add to a perceived "pile on" here but we should really try hard to avoid any wee niggles of division in any way.
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 Re: Crowd display v Falkirk
Topic Originator: red-star-par  
Date:   Mon 15 Aug 11:15

Just to add my tuppence worth, both sides of the argument are wrong. We would be much better donating to local foodbanks to help people cope with the rising cost of living crisis, instead of wasting it on some flags or helping folk get into the boozer
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 Re: Crowd display v Falkirk
Topic Originator: brian  
Date:   Mon 15 Aug 12:09

red-star-par has a very good point too.
just to note that I have donated advertising revenue to the foodbank too


not sure though it`s to help with going to the boozer though.

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