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BBC News. 21 March 2002. Archived from the original on 4 January 2019. Retrieved 16 July 2021. ^ Philip, Robert (25 October 2006). "The day Hansen and Thistle were a thorn in Celtic's side". telegraph. London: Telegraph Media Group. Archived from the original on 10 October 2020. Retrieved 6 November 2014. ^ Jim Blair (1986). "Chelsea chief in Firhill swoop". Daily Record. Retrieved 16 October 2018 – via Partick Thistle History Archive. ^ Alex Cameron (1987). "Man with a mission". Retrieved 16 October 2018 – via Partick Thistle History Archive. ^ "Partick project a bridge too far for Ken". The Scotsman.

[113] Notable supporters[edit] American actor David Hasselhoff said he is a fan of the club, and likes the club's values. Mr Hasselhoff also met some of the team for a live TV interview. [114] Maryhill born actor Robert Carlyle (Trainspotting, The Full Monty and The 51st State) is also a famous supporter, stating he would rather watch the Jags than watch Arsenal or Manchester United. [115] Craig Ferguson, former host of the popular American chat show The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson. [116] The historian Niall Ferguson was a supporter while growing up in Glasgow. [117] Laura Kuenssberg, BBC Political editor. [116] Hollyoaks actor Chris Fountain. [118] Jack Revill, DJ from Glasgow better known as Jackmaster.

During early June 2016 the Main Stand was renamed The Colin Weir Stand in honour of Colin Weir who was made the first ever patron of Partick Thistle after making numerous donations to the club's youth system, the Thistle Weir Academy. On the Glasgow Subway network, Kelvinbridge and St George's Cross are within 15 minutes walk of the stadium. [100] The A81 road (Maryhill Road), leading to Firhill Road, runs from the M8 motorway and is also the route of several local buses from the city centre. [100] Maryhill and Possilpark & Parkhouse, served by trains from Glasgow Queen Street, are the nearest railway stations to Firhill, but are not particularly close; the walk between the two sites takes around 30 minutes. [100] Training facilities[edit] For many years, Thistle struggled to find a permanent training ground at which to base themselves.

Archived from the original on 22 January 2021. Retrieved 30 July 2013. ^ "Partick Thistle – Background". historicalkits. Partick Thistle History Archive. Archived from the original on 23 June 2021. Retrieved 8 November 2014. ^ Kennedy, Neill. "Sam Kennedy 1902–1910". ptearlyyears. Neill Kennedy. Archived from the original on 26 November 2020. Retrieved 6 November 2014. ^ a b "Club History – Partick Thistle Football Club". Ptfc. Archived from the original on 5 January 2019. Retrieved 30 July 2013. ^ a b "Beware the Jag' sting". BBC.

6 March 2004. Archived from the original on 3 April 2019. Retrieved 16 October 2018. ^ Ian Paul (15 April 1989). "Thistle all Scottish again". Glasgow Herald. Retrieved 16 October 2018 – via Partick Thistle History Archive. ^ Campsie, Alison. "Wealthy Jaggies inject £1m to cut Partick Thistle debt".

Partick Thistle vs Queen's Park live stream, score and H2H Queen's Park enters this match having won 4 matches of their last five (Elgin City, Inverness CT, Arbroath, Arbroath) lost 1 (with Queen of the South) while

Partick Thistle - Queen of The South FC Match Partick Thistle vs Queen of The South FC in the Scottish Challenge Cup (9/9/2023): Live score, stream, statistics match & H2H results on

In season 2004–05 the team continued to struggle and Whyte and Britton were dismissed mid-season. Dick Campbell, their successor, was unable to avoid relegation to the Second Division. He did return the club to the First Division the following season, through the newly introduced play-off system, having finished 4th in the league. This brought to a close the club's most unpredictable decade, in footballing terms at least: between 1996 and 2006 Thistle had been promoted three times and relegated four times. They were the second team in Scottish football to be relegated from the top flight through successive subsequent relegations, excluding those caused by league reconstruction, after St. Johnstone in the 1980s. [19] Ian McCall's first tenure (2007–2011)[edit] McCall managing Thistle Despite starting well upon returning to the First Division, Dick Campbell was sacked on 27 March 2007, [20] following a succession of poor results. [21] A caretaker management team of Jimmy Bone and Terry Butcher saw out the season[22] before Ian McCall, a former player, was unveiled as manager.

On the first occasion, they qualified having finished third in the First Division. They progressed to the second round of the Fairs Cup before being eliminated by Spartak Brno. They qualified for the UEFA Cup in 1972–73 after winning the League Cup the previous season; Hungarian side Honvéd eliminated them in the first round. [159] Their most recent European campaign was the 1995 UEFA Intertoto Cup, when they finished 4th with four points in Group 6. [160] Season Competition Round Opponent Home Away Aggregate 1963–64 Inter-Cities Fairs Cup First round Glentoran 3–0 4–1 7–1 Second round Spartak Brno 3–2 0–4 3–6 1972–73 UEFA Cup Budapest Honvéd 0–3 0–1 1995–96 UEFA Intertoto Cup Group 6 LASK Linz – 2–2 Keflavík 3–1 Metz 0–1[161] NK Zagreb 1–2 References[edit] ^ http://stadiumdb.

[64] Scottish football was stopped in March 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic, at which time Thistle were in last place in the Championship (two points behind 9th place Queen of the South, although Thistle had a game in hand). [65][66] A vote was subsequently taken to curtail the Championship, League One and League Two seasons, which meant that Thistle were relegated to League One. [66][67] After talks of league reconstruction (which would have prevented Thistle being relegated) fell through, and following an anonymous donation, Thistle joined a legal action by Heart of Midlothian (who were relegated from the Scottish Premiership) against the SPFL.

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