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  1. Hope everyone is doing ok in the current climate. With people maybe doing clear outs or someone with spares, I am looking for a number of tickets for my collection. I know there may not be have been tickets issued for a couple of them. Willing to buy any of the following for a resonable amount. 1991 - Katowice Home 1994 - Dortmund Away 1995- Mypa Home 2008 - Nancy Away 2009 - Flamurtari Away 2010 -Odense Away 2012 -Levante Away 2019- Annan Home (Betfred Group) Thanks and stay safe everyone.
  2. I did this too, customer number was shown on the confirmation screen that you had registered correctly. I emailed Wendy MacFarlane at the club and she gave me a reminder of my number.
  3. We have one ticket spare in the west stand. Face value. DM for details.
  4. playing the guitar is optional
  5. I'm interest Kmcalpin, what are the club hoping to offer? supporters bus, sportsman dinners etc?
  6. if you know how to get through Perth, then the A94 towards Forfar and then join A90 is quicker
  7. My post from the first game of last season Mr Dinosaur's guide to being in Perth, The train station is miles away from the ground, as has been said get a taxi from the station if you don't fancy the walk. If you can get to Mill street bus station (opposite the cinema, next to Sportsters) then get the number 13 which stops at the big Tesco opposite the stadium. As for parking, the ground is the easiest place to park but cost about a fiver last year. Street parking is pretty limited or you could risk parking in Tesco or B&Q. If anyone is getting the bus and not bothered about going for a pint or anything to eat then get off at Broxden and get a taxi to the ground. The grounds only about half a mile away but I wouldn't risk walking along the A9!! The bus station in the town is beside the train so follow instructions from that bit. Closest pub to the ground is the 208 (across from the crematorium). But its pretty tight so get there really early if you want a seat. There's also the Tulloch Institute round the corner from the crematorium. In the town about all the pubs are safe, only one I may avoid is the B-Bar (never been in but it's not got a rep for nothing). Prices are generally about the same regardless where you go, theres a 'Spoons beside the Tay but thats means you'd be even further away from the ground. If you want to watch the lunchtime game before then I'd prob recommend The Foundry or Sportsters and the Sandeman. The smaller pubs in Perth tend not to have Sky/ESPN. thats about all i can think of the now. but if anyone else needs some info then give me a shout.
  8. anyone else considering getting Casagolda on the back of their new well top when it comes out or is it just me?
  9. ericdinosaur

    Iceland Pics

    i'd more than happily take a normal Breidablik too if any of the Icelandic boys are reading
  10. ericdinosaur

    Iceland Pics

    ach, i wanted a half and half scarf. do Breidablik have any spares they could send over to sell in the shop???
  11. what about the Angola shirt in C&A
  12. I'l repost this incase anyone missed it the first time Mr Dinosaur's guide to being in Perth, The train station is miles away from the ground, as has been said get a taxi from the station if you don't fancy the walk. If you can get to Mill street bus station (opposite the cinema, next to Sportsters) then get the number 13 which stops at the big Tesco opposite the stadium. As for parking, the ground is the easiest place to park but cost about a fiver last year. Street parking is pretty limited or you could risk parking in Tesco or B&Q. If anyone is getting the bus and not bothered about going for a pint or anything to eat then get off at Broxden and get a taxi to the ground. The grounds only about half a mile away but I wouldn't risk walking along the A9!! The bus station in the town is beside the train so follow instructions from that bit. Closest pub to the ground is the 208 (across from the crematorium). But its pretty tight so get there really early if you want a seat. Never really drank anywhere else up that side of the town so can't give anymore recommendations. In the town about all the pubs are safe, only one I may avoid is the B-Bar (never been in but it's not got a rep for nothing). Prices are generally about the same regardless where you go, theres a 'Spoons beside the Tay but thats means you'd be even further away from the ground. If you want to watch the Aberdeen-Celtc game before then I'd prob recommend The Foundry or Sportsters and the Sandeman. The smaller pubs in Perth tend not to have Sky. thats about all i can think of the now. but if anyone else needs some info then give me a shout.
  13. erm I don't know, having never needed to get a taxi in Perth. It's about 2 miles so I'd have a guess at about 6 quid. I'm heading back up today so will ask a taxi driver when I get home
  14. Mr Dinosaur's guide to being in Perth, The train station is miles away from the ground, as has been said get a taxi from the station if you don't fancy the walk. If you can get to Mill street bus station (opposite the cinema, next to Sportsters) then get the number 13 which stops at the big Tesco opposite the stadium. As for parking, the ground is the easiest place to park but cost about a fiver last year. Street parking is pretty limited or you could risk parking in Tesco or B&Q. If anyone is getting the bus and not bothered about going for a pint or anything to eat then get off at Broxden and get a taxi to the ground. The grounds only about half a mile away but I wouldn't risk walking along the A9!! The bus station in the town is beside the train so follow instructions from that bit. Closest pub to the ground is the 208 (across from the crematorium). But its pretty tight so get there really early if you want a seat. Never really drank anywhere else up that side of the town so can't give anymore recommendations. In the town about all the pubs are safe, only one I may avoid is the B-Bar (never been in but it's not got a rep for nothing). Prices are generally about the same regardless where you go, theres a 'Spoons beside the Tay but thats means you'd be even further away from the ground. If you want to watch the Aberdeen-Celtc game before then I'd prob recommend The Foundry or Sportsters and the Sandeman. The smaller pubs in Perth tend not to have Sky. thats about all i can think of the now. but if anyone else needs some info then give me a shout.

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