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25 Nov 2017 - 15:00Gayfield Park, Arbroath

Geordie Donaldson

Everyone associated with Arbroath Football Club were saddened to hear of the passing of Geordie Donaldson on Sunday evening.

He was an Arbroath Supporters Club committee member for many years and loved Gayfield passionately. He was also the longest serving member of The Abbey Bowling Club.

The funeral will be held on Tuesday 28th November at George Stewart’s at 14:30 then on to Parkgrove crematorium outside of Friockheim.

No flowers please but donations will be taken in leu for Arbroath renal dialysis unit.

Our thoughts are with his family and friends at this time.

Rest in Peace Geordie.

Thorntons Sweet Bonus Ball Win

The lucky syndicate from Thorntons Solicitors received their Lichties Bonus Ball cheque for £450 at a presentation in their Arbroath office today. The attached photographs show some of the syndicate members with the cheque and also some of the staff with the SPFL League 2 trophy. One of the syndicate members Joanne Bell is shown with her daughter Anna Bell who is one of Arbroath FC’s youngest fans and was dressed in her Arbroath FC babygro.

Thorntons have been a great supporter of the club over many years and our congratulations go to the Thorntons staff on their success in the October draw.

Novembers Lichties Bonus Ball draw is this Saturday evening when the lucky winner will receive £900 which is nice wee boost just before christmas.

All the bonus balls are sold for this weeks draw but if you would like to buy a ball for future draws please get in touch with Brian Cargill on 07793070168 or email briancargill50@gmail.com

C’mon the Lichties

The William Hill Scottish Cup 4th round Draw – Ayr United vs Arbroath

We have been drawn away to Ayr United in the 4th round of the William Hill Scottish Cup with the game likely to take place on Saturday 20th January 2018.

Perhaps not the fantasy tie we were hoping for as we face up against fellow League One side for the 5th time this season!

Brechin City and Fraserburgh have been gifted the ties of the round!

Dunfermline Athletic vs Greenock Morton
Ayr United vs Arbroath
Albion Rovers vs St Johnstone
Motherwell vs Hamilton
Heart of Midlothian vs Hibernian
Livingston vs Falkirk
Dundee vs Inverness Caledonian Thistle
Formartine United vs Cove Rangers
Montrose or Queen of the South vs Partick Thistle
Celtic vs Brechin City
Peterhead vs Dumbarton
East Fife vs Brora Rangers
Alloa Athletic vs Dundee United
Fraserburgh vs Rangers
Aberdeen vs St Mirren
Kilmarnock vs Ross County

The William Hill Scottish Cup 4th Round Draw

The draw for the Fourth Round of the William Hill Scottish Cup will take place at 4.45pm on Monday 20th November and will be live on Sky Sports News with Colin Cameron and Doddie Weir making the Draw.

The ball to watch out for is ball #4 which is for the Lichties!

Arbroath 3 – 0 Berwick Rangers

Arbroath overcame Ladbrokes League 2 side Berwick Rangers on Saturday to progress to the 4th round of the William Hill Scottish Cup.

Manager Dick Campbell had emphasised that all games at this level are a potential custard pie waiting to happen and as many senior teams fell at the 3rd round he will be happy with his sides performance and result.

The Lichties put the Berwick Rangers defence under pressure throughout the match and started in the best possible fashion when skipper Mark Whatley forced on-loan Rangers goalkeeper Robbie cCrorieinto a diving save after only 60 seconds.

Patient in their build up play the Lichties held onto the ball retaining possession until they could find a route to goal. It seemed like a Thomas O’Brien header was destined for the net in the 14th minute but it struck off one of his own team mates and was cleared as the Lichties continued to pile on the pressure.

There was slight confusion when the opening goal did come for as who had scored it, but it was decided by Referee Stephen Finnie that Colin Hamilton nodded in a Mark Whatley strike to open the scoring in the 16th minute. Ryan McCord struck the post 9 minutes later as Arbroath pushed for their second.

In the 34th minute Leighton McIntosh came on to replace Thomas O’Brien who was suffering from back muscle pain and the striker making his second Arbroath debut made an instant impact as he picked up the ball before nutmegging a defender and slotting into the net off the post in the 36th minute.

Arbroath kept up the pressure in the second half with Arbroath keeper David Hutton having a very quiet afternoon. Omar Kader had a fantastic chance in the first minute of the second half but McCrorie made a good save.

The game was over when McIntosh latched on to a beautiful through ball from Bobby Linn with the former Dundee striker sliding ball through the legs of McCrorie. Mark Whatley, Ryan McCord, Danny Denholm all came close in the final 20 minutes with McIntosh also coming inches away from claiming a hat-trick.

Berwick Rangers rallied in the final 10 minutes but it was too late and Arbroath progress into Monday’s 4th round draw.

C’mon the Lichties

Arbroath

1 – David Hutton
2 – Ricky Little
3 – Colin Hamilton
4 – Thomas O’Brien (McIntosh 34)
5 – Blair Yule
6 – Mark Whatley (c)
7 – Omar Kader (Gold 69)
8 – Scott Martin
9 – Ryan McCord (Prunty 75)
10 – Danny Denholm
11 – Bobby Linn
Substitutes

12 – Kane Hester
14 – David Gold – 7; 69th
15 – Bryan Prunty – 9; 75th
16 – Jamie Henry
17 – Leighton McIntosh – 4; 34th
21 – Ricky Gomes (GK)

Yellow Card – Kader 67

Goals – Hamilton 16, McIntosh 36, 70

Attendance: 536

Referee – Stephen Finnie
Assistant Referee 1 – Ross Haswell
Assistant Referee 2 – Michael Addy

Arbroath vs Berwick Rangers – Post Match Interviews

Post Match Interview – Arbroath Manager Dick Campbell

Arbroath Manager Dick Campbell was delighted to secure Arbroath’s place in the 4th round of the William Hill Scottish Cup and delighted with the attitude and flexibility that Blair Yule offers the Lichties and the impact of Leighton McIntosh coming off the bench.

Post Match Interview – Berwick Rangers Manager Robbie Horn

Berwick Rangers Manager Robbie Horn gave an honest reflection of the game as he addressed the press after Saturday’s match.

Post Match Interview – Leighton McIntosh

Making an instant impact on his second Arbroath debut, striker Leighton McIntosh spoke to the press after Saturday’s match.
Unfortunately the steam from the showers triggers the smoke alarm half way through the interview, and the lights are switched off for the final 10 seconds……… but despite these mishaps it is a very interesting interview from Leighton as he talks of his experiences in Iceland and their approach to the game.

“Slightly Older Guys” Match Day Experience!

 

Yesterday we welcomed Arbroath Walking Football and Carnoustie Panmure Walking Football to take part in our “Slightly Older Guys” Match Day Experience!

These gents got stuck into a very competitive match on the hallowed Gayfield turf and there were some juicy tackles and some silky skills on show with lots of cheers and boos coming from the home crowd!

Football is for life, whether you are young or a wee-bit-older walking football is designed to give players the chance to play the game you love but reduce the chances of injury. It’s a great way to keep fit, learn skills, have fun and socialise at the same time!

If you are a “Slightly Older Guy” and want to take up Walking Football, then please get in touch and we can point you in the direction of a team or someone to speak too, or alternatively both Clubs have Facebook pages:
https://www.facebook.com/arbroathwalkingfitba
https://www.facebook.com/panmurewalkingfootball/

Football brings us all together and everyone always has an opinion and walking football gets you out of the house into a team of men with similar interests and gives you a social interaction, laughter and keeps you fit!

We hope both sides are still friends and hope to see them back at Gayfield again very soon!

 

Another Goalkeeping Great at Gayfield

These two brothers won two signed football as they took part in our traditional “goal or save” game as they enjoyed their “Pie and Beans” before yesterday’s kick off.

Former Hibernian, Rangers and Scotland goalkeeper Andy Goram was present yesterday as a guest of a friend and he was kind enough to pose for photographs and selfies with all the fans and these two lucky lads both won a signed Arbroath ball!

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Geordie Donaldson

Everyone associated with Arbroath Football Club were saddened to hear of the passing of Geordie Donaldson on Sunday evening.

He was an Arbroath Supporters Club committee member for many years and loved Gayfield passionately. He was also the longest serving member of The Abbey Bowling Club.

The funeral will be held on Tuesday 28th November at George Stewart’s at 14:30 then on to Parkgrove crematorium outside of Friockheim.

No flowers please but donations will be taken in leu for Arbroath renal dialysis unit.

Our thoughts are with his family and friends at this time.

Rest in Peace Geordie.
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Geordie Donaldson

Everyone associated with Arbroath Football Club were saddened to hear of the passing of Geordie Donaldson on Sunday evening.

He was an Arbroath Supporters Club committee member for many years and loved Gayfield passionately. He was also the longest serving member of The Abbey Bowling Club.

The funeral will be held on Tuesday 28th November at George Stewart’s at 14:30 then on to Parkgrove crematorium outside of Friockheim. 

No flowers please but donations will be taken in leu for Arbroath renal dialysis unit.

Our thoughts are with his family and friends at this time.

Rest in Peace Geordie.

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The Alfie Lund Fund

Alfie Lund is a young boy, like many up and down the country and around the world who loves football.

Alfie has MECP2 Duplication syndrome which was only discovered about six years ago. There is still very little know about the disorder and Alfie is approximately only one of 35 children in the UK who have been diagnosed.

In order to help Alfie with specialist items to help him live a more comfortable life as he can several fundraising events have taken place and we have tried to help Alfie set a new world record as they try and make the longest multiple football scarf with 1500 teams from across the world!

Alfie is pictured here with his father mark with his Arbroath top.

If you would like to learn more about Alfie or help, please read www.thealfielundfund.co.uk/ or give them a follow on Facebook www.facebook.com/thealfieludfund/
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The Alfie Lund Fund

Alfie Lund is a young boy, like many up and down the country and around the world who loves football.  

Alfie has MECP2 Duplication syndrome which was only discovered about six years ago.  There is still very little know about the disorder and Alfie is approximately only one of 35 children in the UK who have been diagnosed.

In order to help Alfie with specialist items to help him live a more comfortable life as he can several fundraising events have taken place and we have tried to help Alfie set a new world record as they try and make the longest multiple football scarf with 1500 teams from across the world! 

Alfie is pictured here with his father mark with his Arbroath top.

If you would like to learn more about Alfie or help,  please read http://www.thealfielundfund.co.uk/ or give them a follow on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/thealfieludfund/

Arbroath Football Club - Official added an event.

We play our 2nd home game in a row as we welcome Forfar Athletic for our second derby match of the season!

Please come down and make sure we have a huge home support cheering on the Lichties!

£14 for Adults
£8 for Concessions
£17 for the Adult and Child Gate.
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Geordie Donaldson

Everyone associated with Arbroath Football Club were saddened to hear of the passing of Geordie Donaldson on Sunday evening.

He was an Arbroath Supporters Club committee member for many years and loved Gayfield passionately. He was also the longest serving member of The Abbey Bowling Club.

The funeral will be held on Tuesday 28th November at George Stewart’s at 14:30 then on to Parkgrove crematorium outside of Friockheim.

No flowers please but donations will be taken in leu for Arbroath renal dialysis unit.

Our thoughts are with his family and friends at this time.

Rest in Peace Geordie.

Thorntons Sweet Bonus Ball Win

The lucky syndicate from Thorntons Solicitors received their Lichties Bonus Ball cheque for £450 at a presentation in their Arbroath office today. The attached photographs show some of the syndicate members with the cheque and also some of the staff with the SPFL League 2 trophy. One of the syndicate members Joanne Bell is shown with her daughter Anna Bell who is one of Arbroath FC’s youngest fans and was dressed in her Arbroath FC babygro.

Thorntons have been a great supporter of the club over many years and our congratulations go to the Thorntons staff on their success in the October draw.

Novembers Lichties Bonus Ball draw is this Saturday evening when the lucky winner will receive £900 which is nice wee boost just before christmas.

All the bonus balls are sold for this weeks draw but if you would like to buy a ball for future draws please get in touch with Brian Cargill on 07793070168 or email briancargill50@gmail.com

C’mon the Lichties

The William Hill Scottish Cup 4th round Draw – Ayr United vs Arbroath

We have been drawn away to Ayr United in the 4th round of the William Hill Scottish Cup with the game likely to take place on Saturday 20th January 2018.

Perhaps not the fantasy tie we were hoping for as we face up against fellow League One side for the 5th time this season!

Brechin City and Fraserburgh have been gifted the ties of the round!

Dunfermline Athletic vs Greenock Morton
Ayr United vs Arbroath
Albion Rovers vs St Johnstone
Motherwell vs Hamilton
Heart of Midlothian vs Hibernian
Livingston vs Falkirk
Dundee vs Inverness Caledonian Thistle
Formartine United vs Cove Rangers
Montrose or Queen of the South vs Partick Thistle
Celtic vs Brechin City
Peterhead vs Dumbarton
East Fife vs Brora Rangers
Alloa Athletic vs Dundee United
Fraserburgh vs Rangers
Aberdeen vs St Mirren
Kilmarnock vs Ross County

The William Hill Scottish Cup 4th Round Draw

The draw for the Fourth Round of the William Hill Scottish Cup will take place at 4.45pm on Monday 20th November and will be live on Sky Sports News with Colin Cameron and Doddie Weir making the Draw.

The ball to watch out for is ball #4 which is for the Lichties!

Arbroath 3 – 0 Berwick Rangers

Arbroath overcame Ladbrokes League 2 side Berwick Rangers on Saturday to progress to the 4th round of the William Hill Scottish Cup.

Manager Dick Campbell had emphasised that all games at this level are a potential custard pie waiting to happen and as many senior teams fell at the 3rd round he will be happy with his sides performance and result.

The Lichties put the Berwick Rangers defence under pressure throughout the match and started in the best possible fashion when skipper Mark Whatley forced on-loan Rangers goalkeeper Robbie cCrorieinto a diving save after only 60 seconds.

Patient in their build up play the Lichties held onto the ball retaining possession until they could find a route to goal. It seemed like a Thomas O’Brien header was destined for the net in the 14th minute but it struck off one of his own team mates and was cleared as the Lichties continued to pile on the pressure.

There was slight confusion when the opening goal did come for as who had scored it, but it was decided by Referee Stephen Finnie that Colin Hamilton nodded in a Mark Whatley strike to open the scoring in the 16th minute. Ryan McCord struck the post 9 minutes later as Arbroath pushed for their second.

In the 34th minute Leighton McIntosh came on to replace Thomas O’Brien who was suffering from back muscle pain and the striker making his second Arbroath debut made an instant impact as he picked up the ball before nutmegging a defender and slotting into the net off the post in the 36th minute.

Arbroath kept up the pressure in the second half with Arbroath keeper David Hutton having a very quiet afternoon. Omar Kader had a fantastic chance in the first minute of the second half but McCrorie made a good save.

The game was over when McIntosh latched on to a beautiful through ball from Bobby Linn with the former Dundee striker sliding ball through the legs of McCrorie. Mark Whatley, Ryan McCord, Danny Denholm all came close in the final 20 minutes with McIntosh also coming inches away from claiming a hat-trick.

Berwick Rangers rallied in the final 10 minutes but it was too late and Arbroath progress into Monday’s 4th round draw.

C’mon the Lichties

Arbroath

1 – David Hutton
2 – Ricky Little
3 – Colin Hamilton
4 – Thomas O’Brien (McIntosh 34)
5 – Blair Yule
6 – Mark Whatley (c)
7 – Omar Kader (Gold 69)
8 – Scott Martin
9 – Ryan McCord (Prunty 75)
10 – Danny Denholm
11 – Bobby Linn
Substitutes

12 – Kane Hester
14 – David Gold – 7; 69th
15 – Bryan Prunty – 9; 75th
16 – Jamie Henry
17 – Leighton McIntosh – 4; 34th
21 – Ricky Gomes (GK)

Yellow Card – Kader 67

Goals – Hamilton 16, McIntosh 36, 70

Attendance: 536

Referee – Stephen Finnie
Assistant Referee 1 – Ross Haswell
Assistant Referee 2 – Michael Addy

Arbroath vs Berwick Rangers – Post Match Interviews

Post Match Interview – Arbroath Manager Dick Campbell

Arbroath Manager Dick Campbell was delighted to secure Arbroath’s place in the 4th round of the William Hill Scottish Cup and delighted with the attitude and flexibility that Blair Yule offers the Lichties and the impact of Leighton McIntosh coming off the bench.

Post Match Interview – Berwick Rangers Manager Robbie Horn

Berwick Rangers Manager Robbie Horn gave an honest reflection of the game as he addressed the press after Saturday’s match.

Post Match Interview – Leighton McIntosh

Making an instant impact on his second Arbroath debut, striker Leighton McIntosh spoke to the press after Saturday’s match.
Unfortunately the steam from the showers triggers the smoke alarm half way through the interview, and the lights are switched off for the final 10 seconds……… but despite these mishaps it is a very interesting interview from Leighton as he talks of his experiences in Iceland and their approach to the game.

To purchase Club Merchandise, please call the Club on 01241-872157 or email to arbroathfc@outlook.com

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