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We did not play very well at Alloa on what appears to be quite a good artificial pitch. However, that learning experience for some of the newer players could help us Saturday and providing we do not get too confident given our record at New Douglas Park, we might just scrape some more valuable points.

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with a partially subsidised cjt bus and, for some, free entry to the match, it would be nice to see a healthy travelling support to get behind the team and show their support. not so much for giving money to other teams, but for showing support to my team.

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3 hours ago, ictfcsince94 said:

Can i once again display my naivety and ask  "Whit the feck is HMS Sneck?"

:wtf:

Starting to think you might be a County Fan in disguise!!!

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46 minutes ago, CaleyD said:

:wtf:

Starting to think you might be a County Fan in disguise!!!

so i just googled it, in hindsight i really should've done that first!  i'm going to hide in the corner...

in my defence, pointless though it is, other than on here, i've never seen or heard any reference to HMS Sneck before.And i've only been active on here for 6 months.

crawling back under my rock :hiding:

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Aye, it was a wee tale that Johndo came up with about the travels of the wee team against the established giants of the Scottish game. You might find some stories if you search this site.

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Here's one of the original voyages

 

Author:IMMORTAL HOWDEN ENDER

Date: 03-06-04 19:54

As the days went by the proud little HMS Sneck floated defiantly as the waves grew bigger and bigger. The storm clouds were gathering but the gallant crew battoned the hatches and vowed to fight to their dying breaths.

And then suddenly in the early evening of Thursday June 3rd 2004 a flotilla of friendly vessels came to view on the horizon. HMS Jam Tart and HMS Hibee sailed to either side of HMS Sneck and promised to help flotate the crippled vessel and allow its crew time to rethink and regroup. And on the distant horizon the two biggest nuclear submarines HMS Billyboy and HMS Tim Molloy watched on in apparent admiration.

The pirate subs were noted to have submerged and their gloating crew, especially on the stricken HMS Plastic Whistle, were gloating no longer and the prospect of walking the SPL plank became a distinct possibility once again. The sharks of the Scottish media hovered around the mutinous, greedy five submarines whilst a school of 10000 loyal dolphins cried in delight and soared into the sky on an evening when the sunshine finally broke through again.

The proud little HMS Sneck remains disabled but has the momentum and the energy to soldier on and looks to the starboard and to the port and delights in the glorious green,white and maroon supporting fleet.

 

FECK THE SPL .... LONG LIVE ICT.

 

bear1.gif Lets bury the Liviscum and hit the Top Six

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