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Scottish Cup 2nd Round Draw

Post by Insertnamehere » Wed Sep 29, 2010 12:16 pm

Deveronvale v Inverurie Locos
Forres Mechanics v East Stirlingshire
Newton Stewart / Preston Athletic v Annan Athletic
Clyde v Berwick Rangers
Wigtown & Bladnoch v Buckie Thistle
Beith v Glasgow University
Rothes / Nairn County v Cove Rangers
Keith v Spartans
Stranraer v Fraserburgh / St Cuthbert Wanderers
Bo'ness United v Queen's Park
Whitehill Welfare v Wick Academy
Golspie Sutherland / Fort William v Huntly / Girvan
Montrose v Arbroath
Edinburgh City v Threave Rovers
Albion Rovers v Aberdeen Sunnybank
Elgin City v Edinburgh University / Brora Rangers

Looks like we should see at least one junior team into round three

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Re: Scottish Cup 2nd Round Draw

Post by Scottish » Thu Sep 30, 2010 12:32 pm

Insertnamehere wrote: Bo'ness United v Queen's Park

Looks like we should see at least one junior team into round three
Forrest Robertson will not be happy.

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Re: Scottish Cup 2nd Round Draw

Post by LEATHERSTOCKING » Thu Sep 30, 2010 1:16 pm

I suppose INSERTANAMEHERE might be right, Beith COULD beat Glasgow University & Sunnybank COULD beat Albion Rovers but Bo`ness`s Cup run I`m afraid ends in the 2nd Round.

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Re: Scottish Cup 2nd Round Draw

Post by Insertnamehere » Sun Oct 24, 2010 5:59 am

LEATHERSTOCKING wrote:I suppose INSERTANAMEHERE might be right, Beith COULD beat Glasgow University & Sunnybank COULD beat Albion Rovers but Bo`ness`s Cup run I`m afraid ends in the 2nd Round.
Ouch!

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Re: Scottish Cup 2nd Round Draw

Post by Scottish » Sun Oct 24, 2010 6:49 pm

At least match reports, line-ups etc are better to find for this round. There is an attendance figures for all matches but a few are still of the rounded-up (or down) variety. This is what I have. Any corrections or further info on the four matches ending in a 50 appreciated.

Albion Rovers 357
Beith 625
Bo'ness 1,279
Clyde 534
Deveronvale 402
Edinburgh City 272
Elgin City 723
Forres Mechanics 342
Golspie Sutherland 150
Keith 273
Montrose 994
Nairn County 250
Preston Athletic 350
Stranraer 401
Wigtown & Bladnoch 250

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Re: Scottish Cup 2nd Round Draw

Post by LEATHERSTOCKING » Mon Oct 25, 2010 8:55 am

Undoubted the worst Queen`s Park score in my memory. I`m constantly being told how good the Hampden coaching system is and how many good, young players are coming through - for at least 15 years now - and yet the club languishes near the foot of the 3rd Division and can`t beat a junior side in the Cup. Something`s badly wrong and the whole club needs a radical shakeup - from the top downwards.

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Re: Scottish Cup 2nd Round Draw

Post by Scottish » Mon Oct 25, 2010 10:04 am

LEATHERSTOCKING wrote:Undoubted the worst Queen`s Park score in my memory.
It could be worse. You could be a Feyenoord fan.

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Re: Scottish Cup 2nd Round Draw

Post by LEATHERSTOCKING » Mon Oct 25, 2010 10:37 am

If Queen`s were still one of the top 3 in the country & one of the others(Vale of Leven or Dumbarton) beat them 10-0 then it would indeed be a catastrophe. What`s humiliating now is that not only are Queen`s NOT in the top three 130 years later, they`re not even in the top 33 and no-one @ Hampden seems too bothered. Glad handing officials of Berwick Rangers, Elgin City etc. every Saturday appears quite the acceptable norm for the committee. Little more than fifty years ago, the club was in Division One and beating one half of the Glasgow duopoly & scoring 4 against the other. Fifty years ago, they were challanging for promotion back to Division One and 20 years ago they played in the 1st Division. Now, less than 10 years from the club`s 150th anniversary, non league football looms as a distinct possibility. That`s some legacy. How do you chant "SACK THE COMMITTEE"?

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