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AUFC Fan Podcast / Re: Part-2-episode-2-duncan-carmichael
« on: December 23, 2018, 15:44:03  »
Agree, I too could listen to Duncan all day long.  An encyclopedic knowledge of the club. 

Absolutely fascinating to listen to, well done to all concerned for what must have been a marathon recording :)

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AUFC Talk / Re: Player wish list for the championship?
« on: May 12, 2018, 12:09:09  »
Craig Conway would be a dream signing for us!  Imagine him and Shankland in the same team!

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Only a few days until the live q&a session with Lachlan Cameron on the SRE facebook page Thursday 17th May @ 19:00.

In preparation for this, I will collect the questions on the ongoing fb thread and will therefore be able to filter repetition and any irrelevant material before forwarding them to be answered.

This will provide Lachlan with sufficient keyboard time to provide answers. Then the q&a session can deal with matters arising.

Post your questions to Lachlan Cameron preferably on the fb page BEFORE TUESDAY.

His answers will be posted prior to Thursday's session.

THERE IS NO NEWS ABOUT THE SALE OF THE CLUB. THEREFORE NO QUESTIONS WILL BE ASKED OR ANSWERED RELATING TO THIS TOPIC.

For those of you who are not on facebook but would still like to ask a question, email your question direct to me info@gordyisadj.co.uk

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AUFC Talk / Re: Ayr U V Falkirk
« on: November 18, 2016, 01:34:26  »
I would welcome them back with open arms (minus the fireworks).


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From what I saw, Donald did not too badly especially since he was further forward. Wardrope's delivery for the  first was a great delivery, something that has been seriously lacking.

Crawford I agree is mince. Far too lightweight and virtually anonymous.

Alan Forrest was a standout any time he got on the ball. A really good shift from the lad.

Stevos second was class.


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AUFC Talk / Re: Albion R V Ayr U
« on: January 25, 2016, 18:52:59  »
Eh? 

I thought Albion were trialling the "pay what you can" approach not long ago?




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AUFC Talk / Re: Cowdenbeath v Ayr U
« on: December 29, 2015, 18:26:19  »
Agreed Gazza, it's a typical midweek banana skin for us.

3-0 Cowden :(

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AUFC Talk / Re: Ayr U V Brechin C
« on: December 24, 2015, 23:36:58  »
Spot on.

We can hope Stevo is still a 100%er.  From memory, he drifted in and out of games but was in the team purely because he was capable of producing the odd piece of magic even though he perhaps wasn't playing particularly well.

If anyone can bring out the best in him it's McCall, other than that it's up to him.

His attitude has been his downfall of late apparently.

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AUFC Talk / Re: January transfer window
« on: December 14, 2015, 23:28:46  »
A centre half with a bit of pace would be especially welcome

Why?  You're forgetting that Martyn Campbell's still around and superfit by all accounts  ;)

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AUFC Talk / Re: New songs
« on: December 09, 2015, 17:58:30  »
To the tune of Boney M - Rivers of Babylon

By the river near Dunfermline,
The bridge falls down,
Honest men go up,
While Dunfermline fcuk up.

Or something like that :)

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AUFC Talk / Re: Ayr U V Airdrieonians
« on: November 22, 2015, 17:58:50  »
Anyway, with Craig Moore to come back soon (and he'll make some difference) things are looking interesting!

Has Mark McGhee indicated whether or not he'll be remaining on loan? 

McCall has indicated that when the window opens, there will be fresh blood coming in but let's hope it's not at the expense of him or Preston!

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AUFC Talk / Re: Ayr U V Stranraer
« on: October 30, 2015, 11:20:52  »
Taking Hibernian to a replay and beating them, defeating ICT, Hearts, St Mirren all of whom were established Premier league teams.

Yes, it was awful to watch but ultimately taking the eventual League Cup winners to extra time in their Semi-Final.  All of this was achieved with a squad of part-timers.

Brian Reid was far from the worst manager we've had and no doubt he's intent on making Stranraer a hard team to beat as well.

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AUFC Talk / Re: Support Ayr United
« on: October 05, 2015, 10:19:45  »
Thought it was the OF whose fans are famed for marching?

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AUFC Talk / Re: Atmosphere at Somerset Park
« on: September 30, 2015, 10:50:54  »
Agree Angus,

The games under the floodlights have their own particular atmosphere. 

I was all for the Ragazzi minus the smoke bombs.  There was regularly one who spoiled it for everyone else though.

Something to wind the crowd up i.e. a dodgy ref (not uncommon) an ex one of "them" in the opposition, some barnstorming attacking football is what's required. 

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AUFC Talk / Re: Dunfermline fans
« on: September 24, 2015, 12:07:17  »
They really should get over themselves.

Wouldn't be the first time their teams did the same to us.  Yes, McCall's teams aren't frightened to get stuck in.  Makes a change from teams that have been full of fairy feet frightened to break a fingernail.

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AUFC Talk / Re: petrofac cup
« on: August 17, 2015, 11:41:10  »
Have no interest whatsover in spending a couple of hours of my life in the company of a few thousand Rangers fans. Suspect that a quite a few other Ayr fans are in the same boat. Wouldn't be surprised if there's less than 2000 Ayr fans at this game. Makes sense to maximise revenue and give over as much of the ground to Rangers fans.

 ;D

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AUFC Talk / Re: New Signings
« on: July 25, 2015, 15:27:03  »
Beattie has signed for Stirling Albion.  About his stretch now.

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AUFC Talk / Re: Bobo
« on: July 18, 2015, 15:21:12  »
As little as 200 . That's not brilliant for a big strong centre-half really is it . My biggest memory will always be how he'd jog off the pitch injured  :o couldn't get my head round that one . Is he up there with our top centre-halves at the Club ?

No, but he's buzzing in training, stronger than ever I hear....

I think I've heard this story before.......

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AUFC Talk / Re: Nicky Devlin on THHP podcast
« on: July 18, 2015, 15:19:03  »
A decent listen.

13 different players at centre half last season.  Underlines what many of us said at the time!

He has a catchphrase though: "It's wan ae them".  :-X




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AUFC Talk / Re: Bobby McIntyre
« on: June 15, 2015, 20:46:37  »
Shame.

This was the "100 year old kitman Bob" who Andy Walker mentioned on BBC after the 3-0 humbling of "them".

Apparently, he had been in tears of joy in the dressing room after the game.   :'(


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