It Is Better To Offer No Excuse Than A Bad One

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Dom16,  Was thinking about Christmas decorations today.  I took mine …

Comment on It Is Better To Offer No Excuse Than A Bad One by jimbo.

Dom16,  Was thinking about Christmas decorations today.  I took mine down.  Most neighbours have done the same.  Nowadays with the huge build up to Christmas from November we are ready to put it behind earlier than in the past.  It used to be customary to keep decorations up until 5 Jan. ‘Epiphany Eve’ or ‘twelfth night’.  It’s good to see them go up but good to see them put away for another year!
(Merry Christmas).

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Radio Clyde has broken down


It Is Better To Offer No Excuse Than A Bad One
Historical / hysterical January transfers:
Jean-Alain Boumsong (Rangers to Newcastle £8m, 2005)
This was a strange signing on many levels, with Newcastle paying Rangers £8m for Boumsong’s services just a few months after he’d been available on a free.

The Newcastle manager?  G. Souness! 21

(Think he received an EBT after it)


It Is Better To Offer No Excuse Than A Bad One
Just dawned on me it might be easier to just disable the thumb down button rather than introducing a LIKE button. 


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Questions, questions, questions
How come my ‘thumbs up’ vote does not register. ie the number remains the same?

In fact I just gave John’s last post a thumbs up there and the 1 vote already recorded – disappeared!


In the Service of Fools
Happy New Year when it comes John and everyone on SFM.


Here we go again
Suffice to say his ‘expertise’ was damaging both On the pitch as well as Off it!


Here we go again
Couldn’t agree more John. But out of respect for this site the least I say about Peter Lawwell -especially after last night – and his role at Celtic the better!


Here we go again
I’ve always thought it a good thing for Scottish football to have representation at European level – EUFA etc.
I read recently that Peter Lawwell is still going to hang around the Celtic board in order to maintain his role at the ECA.
I’m at a loss as to what on earth he could bring to the table which would benefit Scottish football or Celtic!


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