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  1. Surely everyone knows Partick Thistle are the cuddly toy of Scottish football?
  2. Always thought Gogic was decent in the holding role and he could probably do a job. However, as others have said, we are well covered in that area, so dont really see the point. Money better spent elsewhere.
  3. Fans to be allowed in unrestricted under 10k. Motherwell to grind out a 1-0 away win. Ross Tierney with the winner from the bench. Lets get the fitba back!
  4. I think Shankland can probably still do a job in the SPL, but given the likely finances involved, Im not sure it would be good business for us. Given we play a front 3, Im not sure how you fit him and KVV into the same starting 11, which would mean one of them warming the bench. If Watt does leave, then its a similar type of player we need on that side of the pitch. Shields deserves a chance to see if he can make the place his own and we still need to see where Ross Tierney fits into the picture. I wouldnt rule out us signing another forward, but I dont think its essential. Shaw looks like a good addition, but I share the concern about what that means for Cornelius. If he adds quality to the midfield, it would be foolish not to use him, but Id hate to think it blocks Deano's opportunity to stake a claim whilst developing a rivals player for them.
  5. Numbers rising isnt the be all and end all. Hospital admissions, admissions to ICU and deaths will govern what happens next. If they dont rise, there will be no justifucation to limit outdoor gatherings.
  6. Good points. Cant help but think TW is being badly advised and / or isnt that savvy. Seeing out the season with us, forcing his way into the Scotland Squad with possible future World Cup appearances has to be on his radar? He would have significantly better offers at the end of the season if he had been patient. Anyway, the horse has bolted. Time to shut the stable door and move on.
  7. Never gonna happen the same year Scotland win the World Cup!
  8. Gone. But never forgotten. Forever 10.
  9. Thank you. I didnt know that it was general practice to pay a contract in full if another club wants to sign your player. It would seem common sense that if you choose to leave to go to another job then you have broken your contract. Not the selling club. Although I guess Watt could say he hasnt chosen to leave, he is happy to stay to the end of the season and it is the club that is forcing the move now becuase of fan reaction, not him. I look forward to seeing how ruthless GA can be.
  10. Clearly an insight I dont have, and still dont really understand. You could help me out?
  11. Why do you never answer a question? If you have an insight others dont, you could answer it and make us all better informed.....
  12. Why would we need to pay up his contract in full if he is transferred and he is the one that wants to move? Surely moving to his new club on double the salary with whatever signing on fee they have promised him is reward enough? If we were punting him and he was losing out financially, then I would agree we would be legally bound to honour his contract, but thats not the situation here surely?
  13. Well first of all dont kiss the badge and indicate your going nowhere in front of the East stand if youve signed a pre contract. Secondly, if you are moving on try and make it to a bigger club in another league. Thirdly, if you cant manage 1 and 2, try and make sure you, your agent or the club you are going to dont leak it to the newspapers.
  14. Its a real shame it has come to this, but I expect he has played his last game for the club. There are ways to manage your departure without pissing off the fans and this isnt it. It would be nice to keep a fully focused Tony Watt to the end of the season, but the reaction form the 500 fans there yesterday will only be multiplied 10 fold when the fans are back in. The club cant afford to let that unrest poison our season. Get what we can from United in January and move on. Looking on the bright side. At least it wasnt Dundee!

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