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42 minutes ago, milne_afc said:

The usual dweebs, Mightyman. 

Old Firm bias exists only in the heads of those simpletons. 

The old firm doesn’t exist for starters, so that blows a hole right through your pish. 

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6 minutes ago, WesthillWanderersFC said:

Be quiet 

You're one of the worst 

"Ooooh they will make an example out of us, they all against us, waaaaaah"

Be quiet, this isn't audience participation, im telling it like it is then moving onto the next shite posted by your idiotic ilk

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13 minutes ago, Millertime said:

You're one of the worst 

"Ooooh they will make an example out of us, they all against us, waaaaaah"

Be quiet, this isn't audience participation, im telling it like it is then moving onto the next shite posted by your idiotic ilk

What the fuck are you an about this time MT? 
 

Do you not think there is a west coast bias?

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3 minutes ago, WesthillWanderersFC said:

Ok I tried being polite. 

Now I’ll say what I really think.

Fuck off you horrible, obnoxious & semi-literate cunt. 

Ha. Don’t think anyone will minus 1 that.

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1 minute ago, Fridge said:

What the fuck are you an about this time MT? 
 

Do you not think there is a west coast bias?

He contributes nothing but sarcasm & contrary opinion just for the sake of it.

Don’t expect a sensible (or literate) reply.

 

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Good outcome for the club

Lesson learnt, never ever go out especially after a home loss on the town

I am sure the club gave them good advice what to do during Covid about mixing  outside the club bubble

What they do out of hours is difficult  to control if your staff are as thick as shit

Let's now close this off

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Tbf they couldn’t really hammer them that hard as there was no rules about not going out, just that they exceeded the ‘household numbers’ congregating together when out. They fkd up indeed but not to the extreme of the celtic twat. He was clearly going to get hammered.

still.  Very pleasantly surprised all things considered, just hope a couple of them can have a very positive contribution to beating hibs on Sunday now. 

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5 hours ago, Just Dandy said:

This is a good result for us - but tbh a stupid decision from the SFA.

Sad fact is, a significant number of pro footballers are twats. And at least some of those twats will interpret suspended bans as meaning, "It's OK to break the lockdown rules once, as long as you don't do it twice in six months."

I'd say the chances of this season being suspended for COVID reasons just rose about 300%.

My feeling is that those footballers who went out and got away with it are thanking their lucky stars and are grateful that they weren't crucified in the press like our players were.

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Dave Cormack has played this very well.

It looks like every word and act on this subject since the event has been made with the hearing in mind and how to influence the outcome.

 

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2 hours ago, Scotty_Toronto said:

My feeling is that those footballers who went out and got away with it are thanking their lucky stars and are grateful that they weren't crucified in the press like our players were.

Yeah I'm not sure any player is thinking about heading out anytime soon. 

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15 minutes ago, RUL said:

Yeah I'm not sure any player is thinking about heading out anytime soon. 

Its all right going out for a pint..just go with one mate and do the distancing thing. We have strict distancing/mask orders here..but i still get out to the brewpub 3 times a week

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1 hour ago, Oregon Red said:

Its all right going out for a pint..just go with one mate and do the distancing thing. We have strict distancing/mask orders here..but i still get out to the brewpub 3 times a week

In what way is that info relevant to this?

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Nothing to do with Aberdeen Eight but:

SFA and SPFL confirm three supporter test events could be held on weekend of September 12.

Celtic and The Rangers will be two of them but no mention of the 3rd.

Aberdeen play Kilmarnock at home that day.

Would be good if 1000 Don fans get a seat at Pittodrie.

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43 minutes ago, Lencarl said:

 

Would be good if 1000 Don fans get a seat at Pittodrie.

It would be good, but I'd guess the test would be far lower in numbers.

The Rugby test had something like 700 in a 65,000.

So if Aberdeen were selected, I'd imagin it would only be a couple of hundred

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14 hours ago, Just Dandy said:

This is a good result for us - but tbh a stupid decision from the SFA.

Sad fact is, a significant number of pro footballers are twats. And at least some of those twats will interpret suspended bans as meaning, "It's OK to break the lockdown rules once, as long as you don't do it twice in six months."

I'd say the chances of this season being suspended for COVID reasons just rose about 300%.

I'm not so sure.

The two players catching the virus were extremely unlucky with regards to Aberdeen being a Covid cluster hotspot, with no-one knowing at the time.

Had they tested negative, the club would have been unlikely to know and the rest of the footballing society wouldn't have had the Managers & Captains meeting, which would have spelled out in no uncertain terms what would have happened if there were further breaches.

The silver lining to this dark cloud (which is thankfully passing by now) is that everyone who was being complacent has just had a massive reinjection of cautiousness.

So I think this may have helped the top flight reinforce the requirements.

The punishment was retrospective, with regards to the breaches by the Aberdeen player not directly related to football activities. There was no precedent set and neither do I think this sets the precedent going forward.

The punishment I think was fair and the suspended sentence means that we can get back to playing football woth the whole top flight knowing that there can be no further breaches else they risk total shutdown. If that happens, any punishment would have to come into effect once football restarted and the book should be thrown to the culprits

 

The concern for me would be more for the lower leagues, who seem to be relaxing the testing requirements and are a flux of players who intermingle in areas outside sport in their normal day jobs, therefore are not as much a protected bubble as the top flight teams.

I'd be more inclined to think we will see an outbreak in lower league teams, shutting down their leagues and protecting the top flight

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at a couple hundred the ones picked would have to be carefully vetted

can just imagine the clearly heard comments directed at McInnes when he goes defensive when we're 1-0 up

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14 hours ago, WesthillWanderersFC said:

Ok I tried being polite. 

Now I’ll say what I really think.

Fuck off you horrible, obnoxious & semi-literate cunt. 

I fucking love you 

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1 hour ago, Lencarl said:

Nothing to do with Aberdeen Eight but:

SFA and SPFL confirm three supporter test events could be held on weekend of September 12.

Celtic and The Rangers will be two of them but no mention of the 3rd.

Aberdeen play Kilmarnock at home that day.

Would be good if 1000 Don fans get a seat at Pittodrie.

I’d read it was St Mirren at home to someone 

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1 hour ago, Lencarl said:

Nothing to do with Aberdeen Eight but:

SFA and SPFL confirm three supporter test events could be held on weekend of September 12.

Celtic and The Rangers will be two of them but no mention of the 3rd.

Aberdeen play Kilmarnock at home that day.

Would be good if 1000 Don fans get a seat at Pittodrie.

I'm not long in from a ridiculously packed out Lidl. They had to close the fucking doors for 20 minutes to stop more folk entering. 5 minutes to get a few basic groceries and 25 minutes in a queue for the tills that stretched the entire length of the store. Social distancing? I was close enough to get a couple of women pregnant.

5000 fans in any SPL stadium, not just Pittodrie would have been far more socially distanced. 

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15 hours ago, WesthillWanderersFC said:

He contributes nothing but sarcasm & contrary opinion just for the sake of it.

Don’t expect a sensible (or literate) reply.

 

It's quite simple

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2 hours ago, Lencarl said:

Nothing to do with Aberdeen Eight but:

SFA and SPFL confirm three supporter test events could be held on weekend of September 12.

Celtic and The Rangers will be two of them but no mention of the 3rd.

Aberdeen play Kilmarnock at home that day.

Would be good if 1000 Don fans get a seat at Pittodrie.

Id like the BOC to all get tickets then not turn up 

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https://www.thescottishsun.co.uk/sport/football/5995079/dundee-united-probe-connolly-covid-19-guidelines/

Will be interesting to see what the first minister and SFA have to say about this. I'm sure it will be the focus of her attention tomorrow.

Seem to remember Mellon being a bit smug that "all my players are following the guidelines" when our issue came up.

 

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