Reflections on Goalposts


Vivitron says: (12) January 7, 2014 at 6:37 pm ****** There is no …

Comment on Reflections on Goalposts by ThomTheThim.

vivitron says: (12)
January 7, 2014 at 6:37 pm

There is no answer to that.

It would have involved a sacrifice, but it would have made a very telling point.

I have read many blog posts of fans not renewing their Celtic STs, due to disagreeing with club policy.

However, when it came to exposing the SFA at their Showcase game, it was a case of, ” any spare tickets, pal?”

Surely your gran would have understood the point being made? 😉

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Reflections on Goalposts
For the second time,in the last few days, I have had posts removed.

In the interests of clarity, can you explain, specifically , why.

In both cases, I don’t believe I breached the rules. However, if I have, I would appreciate which rule I broke.

PM us.

Reflections on Goalposts
Have I had a post surgically removed?

Reflections on Goalposts
I dearly wish that Slimshady’s response to GJ could be sent to the web sites of every Supporters’ Club in the country.

No one with an ounce of decency or integrity in them , could fail to react to the clear analysis contained therein.

The result should be a ferocious backlash towards the SFA, resulting in a clear out at Hampden.
It would appear that Regan is planning a Save Sevco campaign.
Should any attempt to circumvent whatever rules that are left be made, then I hope that ALL fans threaten a ST boycott of their clubs, until that threat is removed.

This, I fear, will be the last chance to reclaim the Game from spivs, cheats and facillitators.

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Class, as always John.

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The reason that organisations have rules is so that every member knows what can and cannot be done within the organisation.

This is to prevent individual persons (or clubs) pushing their own agenda.

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It must have snuck in there when I wasn't looking.

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I'm way behind with the blog and much water has snuck under the bridge since my last visit.

So, I have nothing to add to the topic de jour, but I do share the annoyance of the use of "So" that prefaces many responses.

Another one that gets me, is the oft used footballers' post match responses, e.g.


                         " Jamie, you had a great game today and your third goal was special. You must be pleased with that.


               Yes, no, I thought it was a great team performance, etc.

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theredpill 16th November 2019 at 11:16


The redpill,

So would HMRC’s legal stance be described as, “Ye canna tak the breaks aff a Hielan’  man”?



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