Mr Green and Opportunity Knocks— For Aberdeen?


Helpmaboab says: September 4, 2013 at 8:02 pm Watching the …

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helpmaboab says:
September 4, 2013 at 8:02 pm

Watching the Bristol City v Bristol Rovers game and there’s a billboard saying mcgill’ that be the same mcGill?

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Mr Green and Opportunity Knocks— For Aberdeen?
I’d like to think that the Scotzine piece has been printed to show what a complete and utter nutjob Irvine is. Most of what he says can be pulled apart by anyone with half a brain but at least it’s now out there in the public domain rather than being something we knew but couldn’t prove. Maybe Jack might just regret becoming the story.

On the other hand it could be Andy Murdoch angling for a job 🙄

Mr Green and Opportunity Knocks— For Aberdeen?
I hate you Essex. 👿 Mere mention of the Shenaz has awakened memories from long ago. Whatever became of that lovely lass?

I’m off to cry into a glass of wine about what could have been.

Mr Green and Opportunity Knocks— For Aberdeen?
In any other country the attempt to silence a whistleblower would be highlighted in the press.

In Scotland it will be used as an excuse to stay clear of the subject matter.

Sickens you really

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Esteban says:
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May 22, 2015 at 11:56 am
Finloch at 10:13 am

Very good, amigo.
A question arises, however. Who are the Easedales? Where did they fit in? Where are they now?
Counting the profits from the tenders that they have been awarded since they went “high profile”. Their “investments” in RFC were a small price to pay.

Succulent lamb is not only served to journalists.

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Paulmac2 says:
February 25, 2015 at 12:03 am
If the club cannot be punished then it stands to reason the SFA has the responsibility to prevent the identified group from attending similar events…either by playing behind closed doors or witholding away tickets…

Within 2 games it will stop…that is how easy it is…unless of course you support racism.
When the offence takes place at an away ground, in addition to a ban on the travelling support, the offending club should be fined an amount equal to or exceeding their ticket allocation for their next away game. This money should then be given to the opposition as they shouldn’t suffer from the drop in revenue due to a ban on the travelling support.

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Bawsman says:
February 4, 2015 at 12:49 pm
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Allyjambo says:
February 4, 2015 at 12:26 pm

The old Celtic Park did indeed have a Rangers end…………That was (like Hampden) the covered end 👿
The Rangers end at CP was covered in 1967. The Celtic end was first covered around 1958 – although it did not extend all the way to the front of the terracing.

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If I was Kenny Macdowall and I wanted to get the hell out of Dodge with my full entitlement I’d leave the 5 loanee’s out of any future squads. 😈 😈

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bad capt madman says:
February 3, 2015 at 9:41 am
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So no one in the SFA thinks the sectarian singing at the Sunday semi final needs investigating?? Really? It was heard in over 50 countries apparently. Do rules not apply to TRFC?
(Serious question actually, no laughing at the back)
The SFA will, as always, do nothing. Police Scotland have already stated that the VAST majority of fans were well behaved. However, if you break down the numbers, you have 50,000 fans attending. Split 50/50 gives you 25,000 per side. 20,000, or 40%, of one side behave appallingly. That means that 30,000, or 60%, behaved well. Seems like an overwhelming majority to me. Of course an old cynic like me would say that this was abusing the statistics but who cares about me when the truth can be so easily distorted to suit.

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