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raised of £3,000 target by 58 supporters

    Weʼve raised £1,197 to help fund the survival of Johnstone Burgh FC If you can donate even £1 it would go along way to help the club’s precarious position

    Funded on Sunday, 2nd July 2017

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    Im hoping to help my Uncle Ricky save his beloved club and life Johnstone Burgh FC in the club's precarious position and a hope of survival

    Money is tight. They incur costs every year with the rent of the ground but they also have to carry out their own maintenance work.

    Recent fundraising events have been used to pay off debts that they had instead of being used as an advance for next season to help with the budget.

    The Burgh were founded in 1956 and have enjoyed their fair share of glory days, lifting the Junior Scottish Cup back in 1964 and 1968. The side’s heyday came in the 60s, with future St Mirren star Hugh Gilshan a regular goalscorer for the Keanie Park side.

    Frank McAvennie was another who made his name with the Johnstone club, catching the eye before a move to St Mirren. McAvennie would go on to star for Celtic, West Ham United and Scotland in the 80s and early 90s.

    Please if you can help towards their target and donate even £1
    Every penny will go a long way and be very much appreciated



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      Page last updated on: 7/2/2017 21.18



      • Paul  Smith

        Paul Smith

        Jul 2, 2017


      • Graeme Crawford

        Graeme Crawford

        Jul 2, 2017


      • Ally Macphee

        Ally Macphee

        Jul 2, 2017

      • Anonymous


        Jul 2, 2017

        From a Neilston juniors fan.


      • Alan Thomson

        Alan Thomson

        Jul 2, 2017

        Sad to see the burgh struggling


      • Sandra Craine

        Sandra Craine

        Jul 1, 2017


      • Ryan Mckinlay

        Ryan Mckinlay

        Jun 30, 2017


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