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  1. That would only work if the ball was on the ground. And you can't have one law for when it's on the ground and one for when it's in the air! There are no easy answers - no cheap ones anyway.
    2 points
  2. Nae ber with away fans giving us money for seats we couldn't shift, but acting a **** about it deserves a hefty skelp
    1 point
  3. Football refs have it easy. Try being a shinty ref
    1 point
  4. Unless it is for having Flares or throwing smoke bombs which if it is would seem a bit petty when you look at what goes on at larger games and nothing seems to be done. As Yngwie said I never seen any hint of trouble inside or outside the ground on an enjoyable day out.
    1 point
  5. As a member, I received an e-mail with an update from the meeting (which I attended, thought was worthwhile, and would encourage more fans to attend the next one when it is arranged). Details are also now on the Trust website. https://www.ictsupporterstrust.org/post/update-supporters-trust-fans-meeting-held-saturday-23rd-september-2023
    1 point

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