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Week 9 update Ayr 2 Vs. 2 Airdrie
Airdrie travelled to the Ayrshire coast hoping to make a little more progress after our win two weeks ago against Queens Park and that's precisely what we got. Ayr United had the chance to take the lead when Rohan Ferguson was judged to have fouled in the penalty box even though the lines man was waving for offside. A few second later Ferguson saved the penalty and the score remain 0-0. It was Airdrie took the lead against the run of play when Jordan McGregor rose above the pack to head home from a corner. Airdrie held on to the lead until half time.
Prediction League Match 7 & 8 catch up.
Airdrie have lost one, won one over the last two weeks a two nil loss to league leaders Riath Rovers there goals were scored by Jamie Thomson and Darrio Zanatta. In our latest match we beat Queens Park 4-2, Airdrie's goals came from S Stewart (7, 67), D Cairns (50) & W Fertado (71)Queens Park's concolations came through D Docherty (11, 80).
Airdrie trust members' update
The trust committee have a number of important announcements and proposals to share with our members.We're encouraging all members who can attend to join us where we'll discuss:What we've been working on behind the scenes since Tom Wotherspoon resigned;How we propose to focus our efforts and prepare for the future.
Airdrie Supporters Trust launch community program
Airdrie Supporters Trust are this week launching a Community programme of football activities for young and old. Launched with the blessing of the club, the programme will be delivered by Ewan McGuiness and Lewis Gracie from the playing staff, backed up by volunteers and other players as the popularity grows.
An Evening with Frank Bruno MBE
We are delighted to welcome the former Heavyweight World Champion boxer Frank Bruno for an intimate interview discussing his boxing career, his mental Health battles, and his life as the Peoples Champion
Airdrie Supporters Trust & Glasgow Philharmonia Orchestra.
From the producers who bring you Movies to Musicals, Glasgow Philharmonia return to the Glasgow City Halls for their Variety Show.If you like illusions, impressions, comedy, dancing, singing, live music and musical theatre you will love this show!!!
Prediction League Game 4 Airdrie Vs. Alloa
Sorry there hasn't been much of an update from the site this week, things are a little hectic at the moment and it doesn't look like it will be getting easier over the next couple of weeks so please bare with me. Speaking to friends before the match I stated that after the win against Albion Rovers, yesterday was a good day to be going up against Alloa, we may be in turmoil off and on the park but Alloa are in a similar situation on the park with a lot of changes from the team they had last season.
Prediction League Game 3 - Albion Rovers 1 Vs. 2 Airdrie
Airdrie fans would have been forgiven to think Albion Rovers were going to win yesterday and that was shown in the prediction leagues selections yesterday, but something changed yesterday some trialists were brought in some loan players were given a game and Adam Brown got booked for making a tackle. Are things on the up or does the departure of Willie Aitchison add to the turmoil?
Prediction League Game 3 - Albion Rovers Vs. Airdrie
Airdrie make our shortest away day journey tomorrow when we head to Clifton Hill to take on Albion Rovers, with a team very much in flux. We’ve lost the top goal scorer, sold to Dunfermline, we’ve lost and found our regular goal keeper, brought in two players from Motherwell on loan, found a defender from Hamilton and football has lost a Murray Loudon…..confused me too!
Prediction League Game 2 - Airdrie 1 Vs.1 Arbroath
Airdrieonians picked up the first points of the 2017-2018 season, in a season where every point captured is a prisoner Andy Ryan's equalising goal came as a huge relief to the 740 fans in the stadium. The first half was pretty boring with both teams cancelling each other out, until Omar Kader snuck in at the far post to break the deadlock. The only other entertainment of the half was the Arbroath fans singing "Your going bust in the morning" it's good to know that there is still some humour and a voice left in Scottish football, even if it is at our expense.