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    Rented from alloa, if they want to capitalise on a good draw they should follow the example of bonnyrigg when they drew hibs.
    But still their registered home ground for this season. Bonnyrigg were different as they were still a junior team back then under a different association and different rules.

    Iíd love them to move it elsewhere but just donít think itís allowed


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    Tidy draw.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Carheenlea View Post
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    That gazebo looked semi permanent to me. Never been in it and watched our games from the grassy/ half terraced knoll begins the goal. A grim stadium but one that has quite a scenic backdrop.
    Grassy knoll!?!?!? Did you see anyone with a sniper rifle?

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    Quote Originally Posted by KingPat4 View Post
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    Read your original post and edit that. Then I'll edit mine.
    It was pretty obvious to me what he meant. Alloaís stadium is an absolute ****hole. The area behind the goal is a joke.

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  6. #125
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    Weíre only entitled to 20%
    Letís win the replay 1st
    Bonnyrigg must have got round that rule when they played us at the piggery

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    Quote Originally Posted by KingPat4 View Post
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    Read your original post and edit that. Then I'll edit mine.
    Now Iíve no much time for IP these days but it was clear he meant the stadium and not the town to be honest. Spot on with the fud part though (kidding)

  8. #127
    10.4

    A Home Club shall notify the Board in the event that it considers that its Registered
    Ground is unsuitable, for whatever reason, for the playing of a Match. The Board may,
    itself, determine that a Home Clubís Registered Ground is unsuitable, for whatever
    reason, for the playing of a Match. The Board has complete and sole authority to
    make such a determination either on its own motion or consequentially upon
    notification from a Club. In making a determination as to suitability of a Registered
    Ground for the playing of a Match, the Board may have regard to the criteria in
    Competition Rule 11 but it may also have regard to any other factor(s) it considers
    relevant. In the event that the Board makes a determination that a Registered Ground
    is unsuitable for the playing of a Match, then the Match in question shall be played at
    such alternative Registered Ground as is determined by the Board. In such
    circumstances the Clubs drawn to play in that Match shall, for all other purposes, retain
    their respective statuses of Home Club and Away Club as originally drawn.

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    Quote Originally Posted by crash View Post
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    Bonnyrigg must have got round that rule when they played us at the piggery
    What the entitlement is and how much money the home club want to make are two different things.
    Thereís no enforced maximums if the authorities including Police Scotland are happy I suppose.

  10. #129
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    But still their registered home ground for this season. Bonnyrigg were different as they were still a junior team back then under a different association and different rules.

    Iíd love them to move it elsewhere but just donít think itís allowed
    it is allowed, there is only one set of rules for the tournament.

  11. #130
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    Bonnyrigg must have got round that rule when they played us at the piggery
    Thereís no maximum if the home team want to give away more

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    10.4

    A Home Club shall notify the Board in the event that it considers that its Registered
    Ground is unsuitable, for whatever reason, for the playing of a Match. The Board may,
    itself, determine that a Home Club’s Registered Ground is unsuitable, for whatever
    reason, for the playing of a Match. The Board has complete and sole authority to
    make such a determination either on its own motion or consequentially upon
    notification from a Club. In making a determination as to suitability of a Registered
    Ground for the playing of a Match, the Board may have regard to the criteria in
    Competition Rule 11 but it may also have regard to any other factor(s) it considers
    relevant. In the event that the Board makes a determination that a Registered Ground
    is unsuitable for the playing of a Match, then the Match in question shall be played at
    such alternative Registered Ground as is determined by the Board. In such
    circumstances the Clubs drawn to play in that Match shall, for all other purposes, retain
    their respective statuses of Home Club and Away Club as originally drawn.
    No wonder these twonks take so long to make a decision. They must fall asleep reading the rules to each other.

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    Now Iíve no much time for IP these days but it was clear he meant the stadium and not the town to be honest. Spot on with the fud part though (kidding)
    But alloa is a ****hole, i know i live there...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hibeesmad View Post
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    10.4

    A Home Club shall notify the Board in the event that it considers that its Registered
    Ground is unsuitable, for whatever reason, for the playing of a Match. The Board may,
    itself, determine that a Home Clubís Registered Ground is unsuitable
    , for whatever
    reason, for the playing of a Match. The Board has complete and sole authority to
    make such a determination either on its own motion or consequentially upon
    notification from a Club. In making a determination as to suitability of a Registered
    Ground for the playing of a Match, the Board may have regard to the criteria in
    Competition Rule 11 but it may also have regard to any other factor(s) it considers
    relevant. In the event that the Board makes a determination that a Registered Ground
    is unsuitable for the playing of a Match, then the Match in question shall be played at
    such alternative Registered Ground as is determined by the Board. In such
    circumstances the Clubs drawn to play in that Match shall, for all other purposes, retain
    their respective statuses of Home Club and Away Club as originally drawn.

    well it was playable for Alloa v Caley yesterday.....ticket rush it is

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    I think BSC Glasgow average about 100 for their attendances. I'd expect that to go up for a game v us to maybe around 3-400 but I would still expect us to get over 2,000 tickets for the game.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sir David Gray View Post
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    I think BSC Glasgow average about 100 for their attendances. I'd expect that to go up for a game v us to maybe around 3-400 but I would still expect us to get over 2,000 tickets for the game.
    Home fans in the main stand and Hibs (or Utd) text if ground. Iíd honestly never heard of this team before tonightís draw. Junior team I assume?

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    If rules allow ground change and club want to maximise gate they`d still want to confirm venue before our replay so eg Firrhill would make more sense than Tynecastle or Dens depending on replay result . If Tynecastle , Scotland v England at Murrayfield late afternoon on Saturday so early Saturday or Sunday for us .

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    Home fans in the main stand and Hibs (or Utd) text if ground. Iíd honestly never heard of this team before tonightís draw. Junior team I assume?
    Lowland League

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    Quote Originally Posted by BoomtownHibeys View Post
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    But still their registered home ground for this season. Bonnyrigg were different as they were still a junior team back then under a different association and different rules.

    Iíd love them to move it elsewhere but just donít think itís allowed
    I recall Bonnyrigg's floodlights were recently improved so that may have also played a part in the game being moved to Tynie.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hibeesmad View Post
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    We will definitely be on the tele if we win the replay
    We might be but not definitely.

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    Would they really get a much bigger crowd if it was at Firhill? Realistically weíre not going to take a huge crowd through there and theyíve obviously not got many fans. To make a few quid from the tie it would need to played somewhere like Livingston.

    United we stand here....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sir David Gray View Post
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    I think BSC Glasgow average about 100 for their attendances. I'd expect that to go up for a game v us to maybe around 3-400 but I would still expect us to get over 2,000 tickets for the game.
    Lets beat Utd first then worry about ticket expectations.

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    i recall bonnyrigg's floodlights were recently improved so that may have also played a part in the game being moved to tynie.
    only one thing played a part in moving the game to tynecastle and that was money

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jamesie View Post
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    I recall Bonnyrigg's floodlights were recently improved so that may have also played a part in the game being moved to Tynie.
    Was it not the case that they made the dough for those and other improvements as a result of that cup tie?

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    Bonnyrigg Rose played Dumbarton at home the round before they played us. Still managed to get the stadium change.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hibeesmad View Post
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    Bonnyrigg Rose played Dumbarton at home the round before they played us. Still managed to get the stadium change.
    Any idea what the attendance was at Bonnyrigg yesterday? Whatís the capacity?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jamesie View Post
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    I recall Bonnyrigg's floodlights were recently improved so that may have also played a part in the game being moved to Tynie.
    New Dundas Park did not have floodlights until last summer. The requirement shifted during the lowland league status application which resulted in their new league status only being approved on appeal.

    As for our tie back in 2017, they had no floodlights and were a junior team at the time so the ground was unsuitable.

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    Bonnyrigg Rose played Dumbarton at home the round before they played us. Still managed to get the stadium change.
    They were part of a different association and werenít SFA registered at the time. The whole purpose of the work they did in the summer was to get that registration so the ground is deemed fit to hold any game they might play.

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    Any idea what the attendance was at Bonnyrigg yesterday? Whatís the capacity?
    2,200 at the game yesterday. Could have fitted in a good number more but they limited it to that and sold it out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Carheenlea View Post
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    Home fans in the main stand and Hibs (or Utd) text if ground. Iíd honestly never heard of this team before tonightís draw. Junior team I assume?
    They're in the Lowland League, they only got set up a few years ago.

    I actually thought they were a University team when I saw the BSC in their name. Never realised until today that it actually stands for Broomhill Sports Club!
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    Quote Originally Posted by B.H.F.C View Post
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    2,200 at the game yesterday. Could have fitted in a good number more but they limited it to that and sold it out.
    Ta. Wonder how 2,200 wouldíve worked v Hibs or Hearts or any of the bigger clubs?

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