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  1. Their first league win in 882 days !
  2. The Fort one up ! Holy smoke !,
  3. Joking aside looking at the FWFC twitter page, sounds like a good game with decent chances for each team. Game on a knife edge !
  4. He knows how to treat a lady !
  5. Looks like nil nil half time tonight. Tense !
  6. Big game and real 6 pointer approaching next Wednesday as FWFC host Clachnacuddin. Bottom plays third bottom. Each team currently P5 W0 D0 L5. Desperate times for both clubs. A win for either essential to kick start the season.
  7. Today’s fixture postponed......waterlogged pitch !
  8. Another big tonking this afternoon for FWFC but at least not as bad as their twitter feed said at one stage......7:3 was then corrected to 6:3 !
  9. SteveJhb.......”one more time....yeah one more”. What a great song, what a video. The King in control. Amazing.
  10. I was at the game. Blistering first 20 minutes from Chelsea but gradually Leicester got into the game. After the equaliser, I thought there was only one team that would win it, Leicester. Serious point though, can the 120 minutes on Wednesday night and a very long round trip to Istanbul go some way to being the reason Chelsea faded during the second half ? Leicester had a clear week at home.
  11. A one nil home defeat yesterday v Keith FC. Played 4, lost 4. Another long season ahead awaits !
  12. Back to losing ways today sadly, a two nil reverse at Srathspey but with 9 new recruits in the squad, it’s bound to take a bit of time for them to bed in. This is a marathon not a sprint.
  13. After the euphoria of the Cup victory, it’s back to League business with a tough away figure on Saturday against Strathspey Thistle. A number of new loan recruits in from I think Inverness Cali Thistle. Could back to back wins be on the cards ?
  14. I would love to believe it but having seen Phil at the Albert Hall last year, as LeoGetz says, he can’t drum anymore, and could only walk with the help of a walking stick. His voice is still in fine fettle though. They could I guess use Chester on drums.....a great ‘man at the back’ for the band over the decades. Twickenham 2009 (?) was a brilliant gig and the two men had a superb ‘drum off’ towards the end of the set.....maybe during Los Endos ? Steve Hackett still touring (Hammy Odeon in Nov for full run through of Selling England will be wonderful) and Rutherford likewise still touring. There was an excellent BBC doc on the band a few years ago.......clearly they all get on but I recall Peter G was the tough nut to crack in terms of getting the original line up back together. Maybe as mentioned above, they should ditch any thoughts of reforming again.....if the rumours are true. I always thought 2009 was their Grande Finale.