End of the Road for King?


The Police are still tracing some of the hooligans in …

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The Police are still tracing some of the hooligans in relation to the violence after the cup final.

Some of these images are pretty clear and hopefully people will be both able and willing to identify them.


130 arrested so far, with a further 16 potentially identified in the latest batch.

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End of the Road for King?
JANUARY 23, 2017 at 18:54


I’m sorry AJ but statistics would suggest that the person you spoke to was talking nonsense.

In theory if a coin is flipped 99 times and it lands a head every time on the 100th flip it is still 50/50 how it will land. In fact you could actually argue that it’s more likely to land heads again as there may be some sort of bias in the coin, however that is more geometry than statistics. 

These thing happen, people just notice them because they seem out of the ordinary and counter intuitive. The fabled “law of averages”. However 10 homes in a row is no more or less likely than home, home, away, home, home, away, home, home, away, home. It just draws the attention more, particularly when observers are pre-disposed to suspect nefarious activities. 

End of the Road for King?
JANUARY 20, 2017 at 17:32

Wavetower is indeed still alive and is called The Rangers FC Group Ltd.

End of the Road for King?
BIG PINKJANUARY 20, 2017 at 17:27  
I couldn’t agree more.

If the TV income is spread evenly across the league several of the top division clubs will struggle really badly. A loss of revenue of somewhere between £500k and £2m would be a disaster for them. Particularly bearing in mind that this is prize money, so not the same costs involved than normal turnover like merchandising etc. 

Like I said it would be a boon for the lower divisions, however do people really think it would make the top division more competitive. I don’t see it myself.

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THE case for retaining Hampden as the home of Scottish football has been dealt a blow after a survey found just 15 per cent of fans were happy to stay put.


The Scottish Football Supporters Association (SFSA) carried out a survey of just under 3,000 of its members and found only a sixth wanted to see major internationals and cup finals staged at Hampden.

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