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  1. The club have always done a separate announcement about the car prize away from the normal draw(I guess to help do promotion from where the car is from). The last car draw was won by a lady who took the ‘alternative cash prize’ so I imagine they will be in discussions with the winner to see what they want to do - for some people it might take a wee while to weigh up what they want to do. The April car winner didn’t get announced until mid-May - https://ptfc.co.uk/ptfc-news/centenary-fund-car-winner-3/
  2. Gordon definitely did know that he was onside. You can see him glancing along the line and seeing the far side right wing playing him on as he arches his run to receive Murray’s pass. Connor Murray heavily involved in both goals, which is promising for one of our summer signings.
  3. If you purchase the monthly subscription online then access should be immediate.
  4. It works the same as every cup game - after costs it is split 50/50. interesting that St M have given it free to all ST’s - means Thistle are entitled to a share from every st m season ticket holder regardless of whether they tune in or not
  5. Sorry, I must have missed this but I can’t see anywhere that says you get a free JagZone account as a season ticket holder? They said you would get a free stream of pre-season games and all home league matches when they start up again in a few weeks, but I don’t see anywhere that says it about a JagZone account?
  6. The game was streamed onto YouTube and open to all without a log in at the time of the match. After the game the club appear to have removed the video, similar to what they did for the BSC Glasgow game. The club have advertised a full game replay is available on JagZone so it should be available there?
  7. On my iPhone it had the words ‘Are you happy with your picture?’ Underneath the image. It was only half on the screen though. if you swipe up(or scroll down) you should get the same wording and be able to progress
  8. This was the update given in March - All other staff will work remotely until further notice – we request there are no other visitors to the stadium. - https://ptfc.co.uk/ptfc-news/club-update-15th-march-2020/ As the club haven't announced any office opening hours, or any access to the stadium for in person sales, I think it is clear that office staff are working from home - which would potentially lead to a potential backlog of printing season tickets which was CotterJag's original concern.
  9. All the office staff are currently working from home - which means they would unlikely have any access to the season ticket printing machine at the moment. I imagine at some point before the season starts the office will open - just give them a call or email if you haven’t received anything about a couple of weeks before our first home game. I imagine there will be a bit of a backlog for them to work through when they are allowed back in the office.
  10. Yes, the opening game of the 2004/05 campaign.
  11. The article on the club website doesn’t mention the word striker at all(unless I’m reading it wrong). It references attacker which is completely different. Cardle and Lyons are also attackers but not strikers.
  12. Fleet Alliance were on the back of it last year, they donated their spaces for the Charitable Trust as well over last few years
  13. Would disagree with that. There was cover but there were also three full backs who were injured before Lawless was put there - Mustapha Dumbuya, Callum Booth and Christie Elliott.
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    doolan

    Brian Graham came through as a youth at Greenock Morton around 2006, not playing regularly until 2007/08. Young players, probably even today, tend not to be paid a great deal of money. His highest goal tally, not withstanding a loan spell at East Stirling, came in his last season with 9 goals and he left to join Raith at the age of 24. I'm not sure many people were enthusiastic for us to sign him until after his spell at Raith when he piled them in.
  15. There is a "border" between Highland League and Lowland League, which I think, is the river Tay. Berwick went down last year and went into Lowland League when Cove Rangers came up. I think it causes an unbalanced division, but I think clubs in that division are happy enough to have that flexibility - it would be an extra home gate after all!
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