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3 hours ago, Kingsmills said:

and I hope the fans, especially some of the 14,000 who went to the cup final and haven't seen much or anything of the club since, take the opportunity to fill them.

Surely we can muster at least 4,000 fans for home play off legs and, should we manage to reach the play off final, closer to 6,000.

Time for the fans to rally to the cause whatever issues we have with the running of the club.

I wouldn't think a crowd of 5000 is unreasonable against Ayr and if we get thru that  at least 6000 against Dundee Utd. If we progress from there the team (not the club) deserves a full house.

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and I hope the fans, especially some of the 14,000 who went to the cup final and haven't seen much or anything of the club since, take the opportunity to fill them. Surely we can muster at least

Different time zone.

Were it not for the dire financial implications, I wouldn't mind being in the Championship. Decent football, competitive games where everyone can beat every one else on their day, neither of the

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Livingston, who finished 2nd last season averaged 1,300 fans to their home games. When it came to playing Dundee Utd in the semi final playoff they got 4,500 fans and when playing in the final managed 5,500. Their average attendance this season has been 3500 so the crowds should go up for these important matches.

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1 minute ago, ICTPAISLEY said:

Livingston, who finished 2nd last season averaged 1,300 fans to their home games. When it came to playing Dundee Utd in the semi final playoff they got 4,500 fans and when playing in the final managed 5,500. Their average attendance this season has been 3500 so the crowds should go up for these important matches.

The majority of those were Dundee United fans for the semi final and Patrick fans for the final.

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9 minutes ago, ICTPAISLEY said:

So I’d expect to get similar from Dundee Utd fans in our semi or from St Mirren in the final. 

Probably not quite as many given the extra traveling involved.

Before we start thinking about how many fans we will get from the play off semis or final, we need to take care of Ayr first which is far from a given. Hopefully, Tremarco will be fit to add experience and stability to the defence.

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40 minutes ago, ICTPAISLEY said:

Livingston, who finished 2nd last season averaged 1,300 fans to their home games. When it came to playing Dundee Utd in the semi final playoff they got 4,500 fans and when playing in the final managed 5,500. Their average attendance this season has been 3500 so the crowds should go up for these important matches.

Yes but those increase in fans were away not home fans.

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21 hours ago, MorayJaggie said:

Yes but those increase in fans were away not home fans.

Well let’s thank the away fans for putting some money into the club then. The whole discussion has been on the crowd, not how many home or away fans there will be. 

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Next step the Ayrshire coast on Wednesday. Not easy but looking forward to a repeat of the Somerset Park conga and taking, at the very least, a draw into the second leg.

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33 minutes ago, Kingsmills said:

Next step the Ayrshire coast on Wednesday. Not easy but looking forward to a repeat of the Somerset Park conga and taking, at the very least, a draw into the second leg.

First leg is on Tuesday 

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Far from impossible. Last season we won five of our final six matches and drew the other.

Emulate that and we will be kicking off next season in the Premiership. We can do this.

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