John Clark Meets “The SFA”

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Re Kieran Prior, I’m not all convinced that the average bear is going to like the cut of his jib.  Maybe that’s why little seems to have happened with him since his 2013 investment‘religion-and-the-city-go-hand-in-hand’/

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John Clark Meets “The SFA”
Former Goldman Sachs trader not respecting commercial contracts, sounds about right. 

John Clark Meets “The SFA”
@cuddlybear – I think you’re getting a bit carried away.  Whilst it looks likely that Rangers* will be playing in the premier league next season, a couple of freebies from Accrington Stanley are not going to have you even close to challenging for the title.  Realistically, without a major cash injection and new players a top 6 place at the split will be an achievement.   

John Clark Meets “The SFA”
Just wanted to say …….. 🙂

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Time to Ditch the Geek Show
Also regarding McInnes, bear in mind that he turned down an offer from Sunderland this summer.  He would have had a handsome salary and transfer money to spend, but just didn’t fancy it.  As I said, no daft.  

Time to Ditch the Geek Show
HOMUNCULUSOCTOBER 29, 2017 at 11:36 0 0 Rate This
Surely there wouldn’t be any deal other than
“If someone wants to employ our manager, who has recently signed a new contract then they will have to pay us £1m (or whatever) to break that contract. Then he is free to do what he wants”
Given that Aberdeen were second in the league and in both cups last year, they cannot in a hurry to get rid of him.
Or are they, maybe an Aberdeen fan could enlighten us.
I’m sure it comes as no great surprise that McInnes is immensely popular with the Aberdeen support, and it’s about more than just getting the first team knocked into competitive shape but also other aspects of the Club, top to bottom. Overall the Club is in much better shape after a series of terrible managers and mismanagement at the Club for many years. 

Therefore, it will also come as no surprise that Milne will be hung drawn and quartered if he lets McInnes go without a fight, especially to “them”.  Obviously we can’t do anything if they throw the required level of compensation at it but anything less will be unacceptable. 

That said, McInnes is not daft. He’s onto a good thing at Aberdeen and he surely knows that Sevco is a basket case.  The treatment of Warburton and Caixinha cannot have gone unnoticed.  I’d be surprised if he jumps ship for anything less than a Premiership Club. 

Time for Scots Government to Take Bull by the Horns
What a shock, Ryan Jack failed to grab a hold of the game.  Sat too deep it seems,  well duh.  There’s a reason that very few tears were shed in the North East when he didn’t sign a new deal. 

Time for Scots Government to Take Bull by the Horns
Oh dear Pedro.  

Você está sendo demitido pela manhã.

Time for Scots Government to Take Bull by the Horns
@Jimbo – surely you mean the best Scottish export since whisky?  Rather than whiskey!!!

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