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Count at 13.00

 

Wheatfield   -   315

Main             -   317

Gorgie          -    99

Roseburn    -   509 (H and J only)

 

Total            -  1240

 

As per count for Killie game there are 358 unreleased seats in J. Could also be more unsold hospitality seats to be released. 

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gov

Love a dot count! hope by game time that it is as close to a sell out as possible. we NEED to win this game and we need to get right behind the team on this one

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mainstandjambo

Count at 16.30

 

Wheatfield   -   246

Main             -   233

Gorgie          -     79

Roseburn    -   500

 

Total            -  1058  

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Wham Bam Austin McCann

If we **** next weeks 2 games up we are down. Imo of course.

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sassenach

Already got mine in Upper G.

My first game this calendar year. Let's hope that Storm Dennis doesn't prevent my train north from running, and that I bring some good luck.

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davemclaren
17 minutes ago, Wham Bam Austin McCann said:

If we **** next weeks 2 games up we are down. Imo of course.

Not far from it that’s for sure. 

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Sir Gio

Need everyone right behind the team on a wet windy afternoon. 

 

12 games to rescue this. That's all,  the 4 against Hamilton and St Mirren will go a long way to deciding our fate

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westbow
41 minutes ago, Wham Bam Austin McCann said:

If we **** next weeks 2 games up we are down. Imo of course.

Over the rest of the season we only need to be a point less crap than Hamilton, assuming better goal difference, to make the play offs. Surely we can do that. In the Championship, none of the teams under Dundee Utd seem to be setting the heather on fire either. Good start on Saturday would be getting points and a good goal difference between us and Hamilton. Win 3-0, two points and 6 goals difference.

Edited by westbow
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jr ewing
38 minutes ago, Wham Bam Austin McCann said:

If we **** next weeks 2 games up we are down. Imo of course.

Agreed but win them and things look a whole lot better. 

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alicante jambo
1 hour ago, jr ewing said:

Agreed but win them and things look a whole lot better. 

I agree. Its not unusual for us to get hammered through in glasgow its just another 1 of them shite games. Once we get off the bottom we will be a different team hopefully. Huge 3 points available here. Mon the jts

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gov

think the weather may deter people but team needs the support on what sounds like a horrible day tomorrow! dont think there has been a game this big for a long time! 

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Natural Orders

is there a chance the game could be postponed with the poor weather?

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Mauricio Pinilla
2 minutes ago, Natural Orders said:

is there a chance the game could be postponed with the poor weather?

 

Yes. 

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The Real Maroonblood
10 minutes ago, Natural Orders said:

is there a chance the game could be postponed with the poor weather?

Yes and no.

What is your thoughts on the game being postponed?

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Sir Gio

That filter didn't go in the other night then I see

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OmiyaHearts

I'm holding off deciding whether to go. Trains from Glasgow to Haymarket already affected today.

 

Will wait til about 12 tomorrow before making my mind up.

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The Real Maroonblood
1 minute ago, OmiyaHearts said:

I'm holding off deciding whether to go. Trains from Glasgow to Haymarket already affected today.

 

Will wait til about 12 tomorrow before making my mind up.

Decisions decisions.

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Clerry Jambo

Online looks pretty healthy sales and Section J now open in full

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Kiwidoug
1 hour ago, Natural Orders said:

is there a chance the game could be postponed with the poor weather?

No.  Let me help you here.  Games are never postponed because of poor weather.  Have to say, I think Hearts supporters know this.

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Natural Orders
4 minutes ago, Kiwidoug said:

No.  Let me help you here.  Games are never postponed because of poor weather.  Have to say, I think Hearts supporters know this.

No need to be so sarcastic mate 

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The Real Maroonblood
2 minutes ago, Natural Orders said:

No need to be so sarcastic mate 

Awe diddums.

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TypoonJambo
1 minute ago, The Real Maroonblood said:

Awe diddums.

Thought it was a reasonable question given the predicted crappy weather. Last week was terrible with resultant poor spectacle. 

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Natural Orders
2 minutes ago, The Real Maroonblood said:

Awe diddums.

:rockon:

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Natural Orders
Just now, TypoonJambo said:

Thought it was a reasonable question given the predicted crappy weather. Last week was terrible with resultant poor spectacle. 

Thanks

 

some usual suspects on here think they are funny though 

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Haken
1 hour ago, OmiyaHearts said:

I'm holding off deciding whether to go. Trains from Glasgow to Haymarket already affected today.

 

Will wait til about 12 tomorrow before making my mind up.

Power failure at Haymatket rather than weather, I think.

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Hectormasson
2 hours ago, gov said:

think the weather may deter people but team needs the support on what sounds like a horrible day tomorrow! dont think there has been a game this big for a long time! 

Many years,,cant remember one that was similar   maybe semi and final games v hibs ?   But this Carries more importantance ie survival 🇱🇻🇱🇻🇱🇻🇱🇻🤞🤞🤞

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Cruickshank for Scotland
23 minutes ago, Kiwidoug said:

No.  Let me help you here.  Games are never postponed because of poor weather.  Have to say, I think Hearts supporters know this.


Of course they are! Torrential rain which can be termed poor weather can make a pitch unplayable.

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Natural Orders
Just now, Cruickshank for Scotland said:


Of course they are! Torrential rain which can be termed poor weather can make a pitch unplayable.

Exactly

 

the poster is just trying to be a bit of a bully though so best ignored I suppose 

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Kiwidoug
1 minute ago, Cruickshank for Scotland said:


Of course they are! Torrential rain which can be termed poor weather can make a pitch unplayable.

Torrential rain is not poor weather.

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Kiwidoug
Just now, Natural Orders said:

Exactly

 

the poster is just trying to be a bit of a bully though so best ignored I suppose 

A bully.  😂😂😂😂😂

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My half sister
13 minutes ago, Kiwidoug said:

Torrential rain is not poor weather.

No, in Scotland it's called 'summer'

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Cruickshank for Scotland
14 minutes ago, Kiwidoug said:

Torrential rain is not poor weather.


Ah so it’s very poor weather is it? 😂

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Hectormasson
35 minutes ago, Natural Orders said:

Thanks

 

some usual suspects on here think they are funny though 

Agree ,but they are extremely few and insigificantly small...🚮🇶🇦🇶🇦🇶🇦

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weehammy

Folk in lower sections will be looking to move.

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Jimbojack

As Billy Connolly said there are only 2 seasons in Scotland winter and June

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mainstandjambo

Count at 17.45

 

Wheatfield   -   176

Main             -   137

Gorgie          -     70

Roseburn    -   722

 

Total            -  1105

 

Reason total has increased from yesterday is that 358 seats were released this afternoon in Section J.   

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EIEIO
2 minutes ago, mainstandjambo said:

Count at 17.45

 

Wheatfield   -   176

Main             -   137

Gorgie          -     70

Roseburn    -   722

 

Total            -  1105

 

Reason total has increased from yesterday is that 358 seats were released this afternoon in Section J.   

Sold about 300 since yesterday then? Arithmetic not my strong point. Wear a hooded jacket too windy for umbrellas.

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Randy Marsh
39 minutes ago, weehammy said:

Folk in lower sections will be looking to move.

 

Will be doing this anyway.  To me it seems crazy that the pricing for tickets is not the same in the whole School end.  You can just get a £21 ticket in the lower and move to the upper section as there will be plenty empty seats.  I have been doing this all season when buying for non Cat A matches.  Basically saving myself £7 as its £28 a ticket for the upper section.

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pablo
3 minutes ago, Randy Marsh said:

 

Will be doing this anyway.  To me it seems crazy that the pricing for tickets is not the same in the whole School end.  You can just get a £21 ticket in the lower and move to the upper section as there will be plenty empty seats.  I have been doing this all season when buying for non Cat A matches.  Basically saving myself £7 as its £28 a ticket for the upper section.

 

Why would you want to do the club out of 7 quid?

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Lfhearts
3 hours ago, Natural Orders said:

is there a chance the game could be postponed with the poor weather?

How does he get away with this, post after post, same style, reeks.

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Harry Potter
25 minutes ago, pablo said:

 

Why would you want to do the club out of 7 quid?

If the seats are empty cant see a problem, anyway should only be a fiver difference , then they might sell out.

 

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Randy Marsh
27 minutes ago, pablo said:

 

Why would you want to do the club out of 7 quid?

I'm not. I'm paying them £22.50 (including booking fee) for tomorrow.  Going by your logic ST holders are doing the club out of money as well then as walk ups are more expensive.

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The Real Maroonblood
33 minutes ago, Lfhearts said:

How does he get away with this, post after post, same style, reeks.

Changed the username but still posts shite.

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Natural Orders
47 minutes ago, Randy Marsh said:

 

Will be doing this anyway.  To me it seems crazy that the pricing for tickets is not the same in the whole School end.  You can just get a £21 ticket in the lower and move to the upper section as there will be plenty empty seats.  I have been doing this all season when buying for non Cat A matches.  Basically saving myself £7 as its £28 a ticket for the upper section.

Not very nice of you 

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norrie1952

No car for me tomorrow .44 bus.Maybe a light refreshment.

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jb66
49 minutes ago, Randy Marsh said:

 

Will be doing this anyway.  To me it seems crazy that the pricing for tickets is not the same in the whole School end.  You can just get a £21 ticket in the lower and move to the upper section as there will be plenty empty seats.  I have been doing this all season when buying for non Cat A matches.  Basically saving myself £7 as its £28 a ticket for the upper section.

I've been booking lower gorgie and walking round to the main stand 

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pablo
21 minutes ago, Randy Marsh said:

I'm not. I'm paying them £22.50 (including booking fee) for tomorrow.  Going by your logic ST holders are doing the club out of money as well then as walk ups are more expensive.

 

Apologies if I picked you up wrong. I thought you said you intended to sit in a more expensive seat than the one you've bought, and that you did so regularly. 

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Randy Marsh
Just now, pablo said:

 

Apologies if I picked you up wrong. I thought you said you intended to sit in a more expensive seat than the one you've bought, and that you did so regularly. 

Well technically that is correct.  But it's not like am moving to a platinum seat. 👍

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dazinho88
15 minutes ago, norrie1952 said:

No car for me tomorrow .44 bus.Maybe a light refreshment.

Brucey Bonus that Ardmillan Terrace is closed so it will go along Gorgie Road :cool4:

Edited by dazinho88
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One five
24 minutes ago, norrie1952 said:

No car for me tomorrow .44 bus.Maybe a light refreshment.

Nor me will walk down to the caley sample or tynecastle arms and deffo a few refreshments 👍

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