WHO Poll
Q: 2021/22 What competition should we prioritise this season?
a. The league is our bread & butter, so this year let's have a club sandwich
25%
  
b. We're owed an FA Cup after Gerrard nicked our last one in 06, our name's on it in 22
9%
  
c. A bye to the League Cup 3rd round gives us a good start, let's make it count
6%
  
d. The Europa is our best ticket to the Champions League, this is the one
37%
  
e. What's wrong with you, let's do the lot, has the quadruple ever been done
24%
  



Leonard Hatred 2:23 Fri Jul 9
The official Cowdenbeath 2021-22 season thread
First game of the season is tomorrow, a 3pm kickoff at home to Raith Rovers in the League Cup group stage.

COME ON THE BLUE BRAZIL

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WHU(Exeter) 5:49 Sun Jan 23
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I like the way these reports don't include a lot of trendy stats including possession and time spent in opposition half etc

Just the nitty gritty all important facts.

Leonard Hatred 12:39 Sun Jan 23
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Cowdenbeath 0-1 Stranraer

A late penalty for the visitors ended Cowdenbeath's hopes of securing back to back wins in the league for the first time since October 2019.

With just five minutes left on the clock, referee Dan McFarlane pointed to the spot after deeming that Fraser Mullen has fouled Tommy Muir. Matt Yates stepped up and slotted the ball past Cammy Gill for his seventh goal of the season.

The result leaves Maurice Ross' side 9 points adrift at the bottom of cinch League 2.

TEAM : Gill, Thomson, Mullen, Glass, C Barr, Denham, Miller, Morrison, B Barr (Swann), R Buchanan (Carty), Coulson (L Buchanan)

SUBS NOT USED : Clarke, Hutton, McDowell, Renton

NEXT UP : We travel to The Reigart Stadium on Saturday 29th January to take on Albion Rovers.

WHU(Exeter) 12:45 Sun Jan 23
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Fuck yeah, it’ll be like all my best westerns rolled into one.

I don’t think it’ll come to that though, I reckon the COO can still close the gap.

It’s early days.

Leonard Hatred 12:29 Sun Jan 23
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The playoff game for survival will be high drama.

WHU(Exeter) 10:25 Sat Jan 22
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That's what I think, weighing everything up this really is a peace of piss.

Nurse Ratched 10:06 Sat Jan 22
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The experience of being a West Ham fan has stiffened our sinews via repeated disappointments. We have the fortitude to withstand this ignominy.

WHU(Exeter) 10:00 Sat Jan 22
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(MON THE COO)

WHU(Exeter) 9:27 Sat Jan 22
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"and it's all over now baby blue"

Leonard Hatred 7:38 Sat Jan 22
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11 points adrift at the bottom of the table ☹️

cup of tea 6:48 Sat Jan 22
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0-1 (Yates 85) ☹️

Nurse Ratched 4:54 Sat Jan 22
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Mon, indeed, the Coo.

Leonard Hatred 4:49 Sat Jan 22
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MON THE COO

cup of tea 1:49 Sat Jan 22
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MATCH PREVIEW - STRANRAER (H)
Posted January 22, 2022
Today we welcome Stranraer to Central Park with a 3pm kick off in what is the only Cinch League Two game this weekend.

Maurice Ross will be looking to build on last week's win at Stenhousmuir knowing that a win over the Blues would take us to within six points of Albion Rovers and Elgin City who are both idle due to their opponents being on Scottish Cup duty.

It will however be a tough task against a side who have already beaten us twice this season. Back on the last day of August Stranraer had a late comeback at Central Park after Liam Buchanan had given us the lead early in the second half with Josh Rennie equalising with seven minutes to go before Grant Gallagher struck a last minute winner.

The return game at Stair Park saw first half goals from Matty Yates and Tommy Muir give the Blues a 2-0 win.

Since that wet afternoon Stranraer have gone on a winless run with two draws and three defeats.

Goal scoring hasn’t been a problem as they have hit the opponents net five times in the last two games but conceded six. Stranraer sit in seventh place in the league table just three points short of the promotion play off places.


MATCH BALL SPONSOR – Jean Boyle, Dalgety Bay



MATCH OFFICIALS

REFEREE – Dan McFarlane

ASSISTANT REFEREES – Drew Kirkland & George King


ADMISSION

Adults - £14 | Concessions - £8 | Season tickets are valid for this game.

You can buy your ticket in advance here and save £1 on the gate price.

LIVE STREAM

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Unfortunately we are unable to live stream the game to any viewers in England.

Nurse Ratched 12:11 Sat Jan 22
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4-0!

The fizz is already in the fridge in anticipation.

WHU(Exeter) 12:06 Sat Jan 22
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This is where getting knocked out of the cup will prove a blessing in disguise.

Only game in the division today and a great opportunity to make up some ground.

2~0

cup of tea 11:27 Sat Jan 22
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STRANRAER FANCY IT TODAY.

I DONT CARE, WE WILL WIN 3-0

Club captain Grant Gallagher has paid tribute to Stranraer chairman Shaun Niven, who sadly died this week.

Heartfelt messages of condolence have come in to the club from throughout Scotland and beyond.

Gallagher said: “It was actually Scott Robertson that phoned me in the morning to let me know about the news.

“Genuinely, when he was phoning me I just thought it was another call, just a generic thing, leading up to the game.

“When he told me the news I was just shocked, to be honest with you.

“I could not even find any words or what to say.

“Just the fact it was so unexpected and there was nothing I could really say to describe the situation at the time.”

Gallagher is now in his eighth season with the Blues having initially joined after leaving Celtic in 2010.


Shaun Niven will be sorely missed at Stair Park
Shaun had been on hand for each of the contracts he had signed.

He said: “Shaun was probably the first to welcome me to the club because it was him you dealt with when you go to sign.

“He welcomes you to the club and he was always there to do that.

“I think that was one thing he took pride in – meeting all the players and signing them.

“It was always good dealing with Shaun at times like that.

“We had a wee conversation before training as a group this week.

“Obviously, for everybody, it does not matter how long you have known Shaun, it was devastating news.

“He will be a massive loss to the club.”

Gallagher’s appearance against Stirling Albion last weekend took him to 250 games for the club.


Gallagher received a special commemorative jersey from Iain Dougan on his 200th appearance
He told the club website about his time with the Blues: “Things have changed, a lot, in that time.

“I never knew it would go as far as this but I have certainly enjoyed it.

“The club means quite a lot to me, to be fair.

“Obviously, since I left Celtic, I did go on trial at a few other clubs and things did not really come to anything.

“Then I signed for Stranraer back then and things just seemed to click for me.

“The people at the club I get on really well with, the squads have always been really close knit, and just everybody behind the club I have always got time for and speak to.

“Whether that’s the bus driver Stewart, the board members or Adam who drives the kit – it’s just a close knit club and I have always really enjoyed that.

“It makes you feel as if you are from there.”

Gallagher and his team-mates head to Cowdenbeath looking to end a five game winless run, which stretches back to December 11.


Gallagher (left) is hopeful the Blues can get a result at Central Park
The last three points came in the previous meeting with the Fife side when Matty Yates and Tommy Muir scored at Stair Park.

It is also the only League Two game this weekend, with Scottish Cup clashes taking the attention of other clubs.

The former Dumbarton and Airdrie man said: “They are trying to get off the bottom of the table.

“It will be a tough game but we are the only ones playing so it is a chance to get points up on everybody.”

Last meeting
Stranraer 2-0 Cowdenbeath

cup of tea 1:34 Fri Jan 21
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Tickets Available - Stranraer

Tickets for Cowdenbeath v Stranraer on Saturday 22nd January are now on sale via the club’s online advanced ticketing system. Secure your place now by clicking here and purchasing your ticket online. The e-ticket QR code you then receive can either be printed off or exhibited on your mobile phone at the Central Park turnstiles where it will be scanned before admission.

Ticket prices for this match are £14 adult and £8 concessions (65 and over, 16 and under, disabled). There will be a Pay at the Gate option on the day but please note adult and concession prices are £1 more than the online option (£15/£9).

If you though are unable to make it on the day Blue Brazil TV offers an alternative as it will also be broadcasting the match live via Pay Per View – a subscription to our streaming service for this match is £11 and can be purchased here.

Leonard Hatred 10:22 Sat Jan 15
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Stenhousemuir 0-2 Cowdenbeath

Cowdenbeath got their first win of 2022 against the only club they claimed an away league victory over in 2021.

After a goal less first half, Robbie Buchanan opened the scoring in the 48th when he got in behind the Stenhousemuir back line and slotted the ball past Ryan Marshall.

Bobby Barr then added a second with his first Blue Brazil goal, volleying home just before the hour mark.

Quinn Coulson brought a great save from Marshall when he cut in from the right and fired into the top left hand corner. And the on loan youngster had another opportunity but sent the ball wide when through one on one with Marshall.

The win sees Maurice Ross' side move two points closer to 9th placed Albion Rovers.

TEAM : Gill, Thomson, Mullen, Todd, Denham, Glass, Miller, Morrison, B Barr (L Buchanan), R Buchanan, Coulson (Swann)

SUBS NOT USED : Clarke, Hutton, McGurn, Pollock

NEXT UP : We welcome Stranraer to Central Park on Saturday 22nd January.

Nurse Ratched 7:52 Sat Jan 15
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Think that would be TOO MUCH excitement at my age.

WHU(Exeter) 7:30 Sat Jan 15
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Imagine if you had one of those Cowdenbeath baubles as one of those revolving shiny disco balls.

Giddy times.

Nurse Ratched 7:22 Sat Jan 15
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Silly hat and party blower, solo conga round my sitting room.

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