Podcast Episode 5 – Hibs Takeover ?

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Oops. Deleted the Wile E Coyote comment. Anyway, he may not …

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Oops. Deleted the Wile E Coyote comment.
Anyway, he may not have looked down yet but he is now definitely aware of a breeze beneath his paws.

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Podcast Episode 5 – Hibs Takeover ?
Should this incarnation now go the way of the last, I do hope they do so before November 11th.
It would be a relief to have that occasion unpolluted by their usual deeply disrespectful antics.


Podcast Episode 5 – Hibs Takeover ?
Bawsman
If it’s the LSE site you’re talking about, it usually takes until about 8:10 before the software works out where it is and settles down.
Not that I look that much, of course.


Podcast Episode 5 – Hibs Takeover ?
Jonn Clark

Lindsay Herron is the ex-Rangers TV (that works any way you read it) person who was the ‘interviewer’ when Mr McCoust made his staged ‘I demand to know who are these people are’ dog whistle remark.
Both he and McCoist were fully aware of both who ‘these people’ were and the inevitable consequences of their little pantomime.

This is the calibre of person who so easily finds work in the Scottish Sports media.


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Jimbo.

Ditto.


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I think it would be fair to say that Mr Herron is au fait with all things Ibrox as it was he who conducted the in-house ‘Who Are These People?’ interview with Ally McCoist which resulted, no doubt completely unintentionally, in the harassment and exposure to real physical danger of those who were the (not remotely to either of them) unknown subjects of that shameful stunt.  


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StevieBC @ 16:15
“Obviously, I don’t think RIFC could consider holding its AGM on Hogmanay in Thurso,”

I spent some time in Thurso and still have family there.
It has its faults but it has never done anything to deserve such a fate befalling it.

In fact, I wouldn’t even wish such a thing on Wick.


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Just filling in the obvious transcription error on that statement.

“It is to be hoped that the Scottish FA, as they begin considering this report and the appropriate punishments, remember vividly our agreed narrative rather than what actually occurred on Saturday, May 21, 2016 at the National Stadium….”


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