Building Bricks and Friendship


Building Bricks and Friendship

Building Bricks and Friendship

Not all our Brick sales have come from Lichties. We have had some very kind football fans who are doing their bit to help Scottish Clubs survive these difficult times.

One such football fan is Alan McKee who has bought a Maroon Brick.

“I’m a life long Accies fan. I had a season at Partick as a pro a time ago. Never played though (as I was rubbish).

Been trying to do wee things for all small clubs to keep funds spinning around. Figure I’m saving on Diesel working from home, not paying for Sky and BT sport and not spending going to away games and various bother things, so want to put that cash into the lower league clubs as community support is vital.

As a result, I now have shares in Stenhousemuir, have just ordered the new Dunfermline kit for me and my son and I auctioned off my strip (signed by the good players ) from Kris Doolan’s testimonial for Partick Thistle.

The Full 42 is about me and my brother (lives in England) doing the 42 stadiums together with my lad in tow so we look forward to our visit to the club in due course. We had started last season and have done 4.

We had 3 lined up but the season has been clipped. It’ll take some time as my brother lives in England, has a young family and works some weekends but we’re in it for the long haul and just enjoying the trips together.”

I have a brick at Thistle and love seeing it whenever I am back there.”

Not only has Alan bought a brick but he has kindly donated the brick back to the club.

Alan would like the brick to go to an Arbroath fan who deserves to have a brick on our wall. This could be for what they have done in the community, or perhaps what they have done for others.

We would welcome suggestions from our wonderful fans for someone who this kind gesture from Alan could be a nice reward.

Please send suggestions of an Arbroath fan that you know and who deserves to have a brick on our wall.

Send your suggestion to

We are very grateful for Alan’s kind and generous act, and we hope he will be able to come and see it with his brother and son very soon.

C’mon the Lichties!