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17 hours ago, dougal said:

Questions must start to be asked regarding the pitch and it’s future suitability the last few years we have seen more and more call offs. 
Im afraid sea water, sea air and been open to the elements for twenty years has done untold damage. 
Never should a football pitch been situated on an area that was only suitable for a landfill site.

Dougal
 

Perhaps one day the Aquifer effect will become public knowledge ?

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"The Lower Cretaceous Captain Sandstone Member of the Inner Moray Firth has significant potential for the injection and storage of anthropogenic CO2 in saline aquifer parts of the formation. Pre-existing faults constitute a potential risk to storage security owing to the elevated pore pressures likely to result from large-scale fluid injection." (John D. O. Williams, Mark W. Fellgett and Martyn F. Quinn - Petroleum Geoscience, 22, 211-222, 13 July 2016)

"A total of 39 groundwater samples have been interpreted to investigate the groundwater chemistry of the Old Red Sandstone aquifers in the Moray Firth area. Of these, 17 were collected in 2007 specifically for the Baseline Scotland project. These were augmented with a further 22 samples collected during separate BGS projects since 2001. The sites were chosen so that the data would be representative of groundwater across the Old Red Sandstone aquifers in the area." (Ó Dochartaigh, B É, Smedley, P L, MacDonald, A M, and Darling, W G. 2010. Baseline Scotland: groundwater chemistry of the Old Red Sandstone aquifers of the Moray Firth area. British Geological Survey Open Report, OR/10/031. )

The Captain Sandstone saline aquifer has been “widely hailed” in recent years as having the potential to store 15 to 100 years of carbon dioxide output from Scotland’s power industry. However new research from Heriot Watt University in Edinburgh suggests the geology of the area would make it prone to gas leaks which would weaken the case for CO2 storage there. Data also indicates the saline aquifer is cut by several faults, some of which breach the seal of the Captain Sandstone aquifer, rise to the seabed and increase the risk of seabed leakage. (The paper (2017) is published in Interpretation, the peer-reviewed, international publication of the Society of Exploration Geophysics and American Association of Petroleum Geologists.)

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Let's put this in perspective, it's just a very small damp patch that's affecting the pitch.

If it never rained overnight it would have dried up quickly, aquifer or no aquifer.

 

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2 hours ago, tm4tj said:

Let's put this in perspective, it's just a very small damp patch that's affecting the pitch.

If it never rained overnight it would have dried up quickly, aquifer or no aquifer.

Since feckin when did you become an Aquifer expert ??

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Three games off in championship, with a further inspection for United v Partick at 2pm.

Doesn't seem so outrageous calling off yesterday does it now...

Much ado about nothing.

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Just in case anyone's looking for a pre-Scottish Cup game next week. Caley Colts vs the ferry lot

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6 hours ago, Satan said:

Three games off in championship, with a further inspection for United v Partick at 2pm.

Doesn't seem so outrageous calling off yesterday does it now...

Much ado about nothing.

Fair enough. 

But I’m really concerned that the early timing indicated it was not playable then, so the patch in front of the main stand must be a real concern. 
 

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1 hour ago, Jack Waddington said:

Could this possibly benifit us?

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It won't make much difference they have a big squad with plenty more players 

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1 hour ago, Jack Waddington said:

Could this possibly benifit us?

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none what so ever we wont catch them plus they have a massive squad who all know how to score

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2 hours ago, IMMORTAL HOWDEN ENDER said:

What a song it will be to sing "17 points and you fecked it up - Feck you Dundee you'll never win the league ".

Add that to is this a fire drill and Paul McGowan your mum cuts your hair 

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All the Caleyaway songs were superb at Dundee.  Let’s continue the theme again at all away games, especially the young voice encouraging give me a “C” - you were a star.  

 

 

 

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2 hours ago, lizi said:

All the Caleyaway songs were superb at Dundee.  Let’s continue the theme again at all away games, especially the young voice encouraging give me a “C” - you were a star.  

 

 

 

Wee lad was a legend at dens right enough.

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16 hours ago, IBM said:

It won't make much difference they have a big squad with plenty more players 

This, plus they will just hang onto Shankland or ensure any deal (Celtic or English) means he stays on loan til summer if Clark is out long term. They also have Sow returning from loan and Pawlett who is out of the team and from the radio on Sat the young lad Glass who played looks a good prospect.

Any idea on expected replay date? With SC this wknd, I'm assuming next midweek will be aside incase of replay in that competition?

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