Spot on again!
Falkirk fans get a life on a rivals fan page - clearly never a pen can't wait to see you bottle the play offs again
I guess the fact that Falkirk are regularly in the play offs, whilst Dunfermline are regularly flirting with League 1 would be lost on you?
Its not lost on us but cheating your way to them takes away the glory if you have any clue about what football should be about. Whilst like any Falkirk fan I'd take a win for the Pars with a dodgy penalty its not something I'd be gloating about. In fact I'd be a wee bit embarrassed.
I see we're all for airbrushing Hopkirk's blatant dive later in the second half from history then.
No matter, I'm finding your continuing seeth utterly hilarious. Keep up the good work!
Or, for the sake of your own health and sanity, don't.
I'm not airbrushing anything - infact, tomorrow's article includes a quote from this blog from a few months ago, condemning any Pars player diving. I can't stand cheating in any form. It is sad that we can't discuss this like adults - I would rather lose a game than win through cheating, and I will stand by that comment should it ever happen.
Except in your article below you use the word 'alleged' in relation to the Pars player who was rightfully booked, but words such as 'blatant dive' in relation to Hypolyte? Sounds like airbrushing to me?
Hmmm...would love to discuss the game like an adult, however I think you were already past that stage by the time you wrote your original match report. If you deplore any sort of cheating, I take it you'll be altering your chalkboard display to also chastise DAFC for their lack of condemnation for Hopkirk's dive? Or for Murdoch's manhandling of the ref? Or for Higginbotham's aggressive behaviour towards him as well?
There is video and photo evidence that your player dived - to change the course of the game. I would never condone that from a Dunfermline player. Do you guys have a blog of your own, or do you just take pleasure in coming here to give a one-sided view of a game? You may also wish to know that I have deleted comments that made threats to me and included language that went way beyond what is acceptable - I gave an opinion, you don't agree: fine. Go write your own fan blog and I'll see you all there.
Of course we have our own sites, which we visit regularly. Should that exclude myself and other Bairns fans for being allowed to discuss some of the claims you made about our team in your own 'one-sided view of the game'? I'd suggest not, although I am sorry to hear if some of my fellow fans' posts went way over the line. That is unacceptable. Anyway, rivalries aside, fair play to you for devoting your time to write a blog about the team you support. One of the best things about being a Scottish football fan is the ability to exchange our wide range of opinions on the game.