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Fawlty Towers

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  1. With the current situation there will probably be more people shopping online so if it is let's try and make sure our club benefits by doing ours via easyfundraising: https://www.easyfundraising.org.uk/ Let's maximise the amount we raise for our club. Thanks for your support!
  2. "We have decided not to ask fans to pledge money at present, we expect to in the near future when majority ownership of the club’s shares can be transferred by Three Black Cats and Colin Weir’s estate. However, we need everyone who is interested in joining to complete the form below with your name, address, and preferred contact details, so that we can keep you fully up to date with all of our plans as these develop. Sign up with us today to guarantee the chance to become a founder member of TJF!"
  3. Congratulations to this week's winners: https://ptfc.co.uk/ptfc-news/virtual-50-50-draw-results-16th-january-2021/
  4. The website is now live and you can sign up: https://thejagsfoundation.co.uk/
  5. Today is draw day so give yourself a chance to win by getting your tickets before 3.30pm: https://tickets.ptfc.co.uk/packages/221/e/176?target_facility=668 Good Luck!
  6. You can still get your tickets up to 3.30pm on Saturday so don't miss out: https://tickets.ptfc.co.uk/packages/221/e/176 Good Luck!
  7. Tickets on sale for Saturday's draw. As the actress said to the Bishop "let's make this a big one": https://tickets.ptfc.co.uk/packages/221/e/176 Good Luck!
  8. This is the point I was trying to make, probably not well. There are several different factors and obvious discrepancies, like Falkirk having a larger average attendance than several Championship clubs. That is why the "one size fits all" approach taken by the SFA was , at best, another example of lazy thinking.
  9. Might be that they should have been playing postponed cup ties as were going to be but then they got postponed - stil with me! Here's one as well. Morton v Dunfermline in cup tonight postponed but Morton v Dunfermline in league on Friday night going ahead.
  10. With relation to how the money given to Scottish Football from the Scottish Government was distributed can I politely suggest people read the documents on this on the Scottish Goverment's website. At no point is full time/part time status mentioned, wage bills not mentioned nor is good/bad decisions over the last 3 years. It is to compensate clubs for the one thing we all have in common - no paying punters through the gates. I don't think it is unreasonable to suggest that on that basis the footballing authorities deciding to split it on league status in what is quite a skewed way towards the Championship is not helpful to our club.
  11. The club will be refunding everyone who bought a pass for the Cowdenbeath game. I know where my £10 will be going: https://www.gofundme.com/f/help-the-jags
  12. I assume that training will be suspended for the 3 weeks as well?
  13. I make it a point never to disagree with a lady. Going way back to when this was all being discussed I could not get my head around why we had to start a season rather than finish one which had already started.
  14. First few things that popped in to my head: 1. Fixture congestion - I thought there was virtually no space in the calendar hence why Betfred Cup games in the group stages where awarded to the opposition if a team could not play? 2. Transfer window - will clubs sign players if they are not sure there will be games after end of January. Does window get extended? 3. With no income as can't stream matches that are not on will the SFA/SPFL offer any assistance?