John Clark Meets “The SFA”

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Jimbo fair enough her realm does include 3 celtic countries, she …

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fair enough her realm does include 3 celtic countries, she is a well known fan of nana mouskouri 
catch anything lately?0403

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John Clark Meets “The SFA”
Thanks PaddyM for the link to the OF documentary, a fascinating watch, warts and all. Big Jock predicting an Armageddon of sorts,’a backwater’ for Scottish fitba should either/ both leave.
WWaddell’s assertion that Celtic and Rangers are big because they think big, really didn’t end well for both. Rangers demise we are aware of, but the advent of champions league, and and introduction of coefficients really has hamstrung Celtic as well as champions from the smaller leagues around Europe. Football doesn’t do itself any favours, fairer distribution of cash, but it aint gonna happen. The big leagues in Europe wont allow it, and the OF didn’t allow it. I remember watching all the Scottish teams in Europe, Celtic/ Rangers,  70s, United/ Aberdeen in the 80s. Hearts had decent runs in 1977 and in 1989. I cheered on all our representatives. It was more exciting then, home and away, away goals, winner progressed to a non seeded draw. Now seeded leagues, with less excitement, how do they manage to sell this crap. who buys into this it is an incredibly bad product IMO. I  don’t need it, its a sham. As much as the great lie its a sham. 
but this sham has a sinister 07 consequence, Hibs Hearts not televised live, a true on the night winner takes all,  not a product, but a game id pay to watch, but it cant be sold because UEFA say so? complete and utter nonsense0611 

John Clark Meets “The SFA”
Good day Jimbo, OT  fine musicians all of them. however i doubt if more than 25-50% of those mentioned loved Celtic. i.e. regularly followed their results, any more than the Hoff loves the jags. 
 I like the music of the proclaimers and amy mcdonald, the teams they love matter not to me.
Julian Cope loves stone circles, and he does not feature regularly on BBC R Scotland roster, bless his cotton socks.

John Clark Meets “The SFA”
link and correction PSG not PSV, she also manages a ‘hello, hello’ to her guest21
at 02:40

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Enough is enough
Stefano Salvatori, Scottish cup winner with Hearts in 98, has passed at 49, after a battle with cancer.
Thanks for the memories big man.

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TINCKSOCTOBER 19, 2017 at 13:21 JC,
It’s the almost desperate pathological need of both the English and Scottish FA’s to protect their own that is so striking to me.

Tinks, Maybe the need to protect there own is well established.

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Grahame Ewings article may have made the Scottish print edition of the Times. Although searchable on-line, this article was not in the print edition I purchased in England-shire – I have thumbed through the 7 September issue front to back. It would be good to get true coverage in the print media and sports-desks nationally.

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AULDHEIDJULY 26, 2017 at 16:26

Higgy’s Shoes sometime recently.
I will gladly cancel my current monthly FOH  contribution and transfer to support this cause. Without it Scottish football is dead to me.  My club no longer deserves my financial support, we all deserve better.  

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