Partick Thistle Fans brand section move out of tune

FURIOUS football fans have launched a petition to block a move they say is out of tune.

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Partick Thistle's board plans to move the "singing section" of the north stand just two years after it was set up.

Supporter Adam Guthrie said: "This petition is to show how we, the Partick Thistle fans, feel about having our beloved singing section in our north stand taken away from us after only two years.

"A large group of supporters are unhappy at this and feel it is a slap in the face from the board after manager Alan Archibald and assistant Scott Paterson have both said on many occasions that the atmosphere at Firhill on match day is incredible."

To sign, see www.change.org/en-GB/ petitions/partick-thistle- football-club-keep-the-north-stand-red-and-yellow

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