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Podcast Episode 3 – David Low
highfibre says:
May 2, 2014 at 3:42 pm

I did not expect there to be a serious answer to my flippancy.
But you’re right.

Podcast Episode 3 – David Low
scapaflow says:
April 8, 2014 at 5:44 pm
Keith Jackson reporting that Ranger’s season books to go on sale tomorrow, before 120 day review completed.
It will be very interesting to see what happens next, in this rather odd game of chicken
The chunky chicken will be first to get plucked.

David Low seems to support success more than he supports Celtic.

When Alex Smith was with Ross County (I think) he was asked about C and R leaving Scottish football. He was pretty scathing of both teams desire to leave. His opinion was that they were Scottish and that they should remain in Scotland. I agree.

IMHO Scottish football is on the road to recovery, I’m hoping that DUFC or STJ win the Scottish Cup to continue the sharing of the trophies of the last few years. This recovery will not be helped, advanced or promoted by the present incumbents of the SFA. They’ve proven time and again recently that their purpose is not the betterment of Scottish football, but the advancement of something else entirely. They unfortunately are fit for this purpose. I need an expletive to describe what that organisation is doing to Scottish football.

This is probably a wee bit OT, I won’t be voting in the independence referendum, not because of apathy (I save that for General Elections) but because we’ll still be ruled by politicians. I don’t know who they work for, but its never the electorate. Unless shackled by a codified constitution properly interpreted by an uncorrupted judiciary they’ll fornicate up the lives of us all.

Hopefully I can prevent this post being moderated by saying that I feel a similar antipathy towards the SFA for similar reasons.

We the fans of Scottish Football, in order to form a more perfect sport and
establish sporting integrity, ensure domestic competition, provide for the defence, midfield and attack of the national team and secure the blessings of an improved TV deal need to ordain and establish a properly run SFA.

Podcast Episode 3 – David Low
Barcabhoy says:
April 8, 2014 at 7:35 am

The damage that man has done to Scottish society disgusts me.

Football isn’t a matter of life and death, but pensions are.

An inquiry isn’t enough.

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August 4, 2015 at 1:14 am

Thanks for replying Big Pink, the clubs wouldn’t be allowed to be so cynical and we’d not be having this conversation, and tsfm wouldn’t exist if we had proper journalists.

This story is screaming out to be told.

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If we really had sports journalists would there have been an RTC?
If we really had sports journalsts would Auldheid’s work on Res. 12 be needed?
If we really had sports journalists….. the list is endless.

Sports journalism in this country has become a permanent embarrassment and a level 5 disgrace.

Apologies to IA, but it is in defference to him and others like him, sadly gone, that I intentionally misquoted.

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Calling those who report on sports in this country journalists is as accurate as calling ‘Where Eagles Dare’ a docudrama.

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For all the years Rangers deliberately witheld the sideletters and therefore obtained a pecuniary advantage by deception I was cheated and I should get my ****ing money back for every match I attended.

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Eddiegoldtop says:
July 9, 2015 at 11:57 am

Well said Eddie.

This is supposed to be the monitor of Scottish Football not the Scottish ‘wrestle with a chimney sweep’ blog.

At a time when the court reports on here demonstrate why this blog is a cut above the rest, it shouldn’t be getting dragged down a cul de sac.

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