Reflections on Goalposts


@rantinrobin Well the joke running at 3 Rangers Int. shares for …

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Well the joke running at 3 Rangers Int. shares for a pound looks like becoming old hat.

Fourfurrapound at least has an alliterative ring to it.
threefurrapound, always good value, fourfurrapound even better but like the boy at the EGM questioned… ‘Where’s ma penny shares!?’, maybe in the next couple of weeks his question will be duly answered..

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Reflections on Goalposts
I wonder if the Jambos are in line for a wee windfall if Wallace is sold.. Sell on fee anyone?

Reflections on Goalposts
A slight shift of direction, having watched the career (and antics) of the new temp manager at Blackpool and having met and chatted to him on a couple of occasions on a football front, even offered him a coaching job… I personally do not think he will be in that position at the start of season 2014… Too many rookies start with big teams (often having recent successes) and are set up to fail. I do not think the man’s personality, charm, communication skills are up to the job for now… Maybe he has a good chance at the next rangers job, rangers man, club legend etc etc…

Reflections on Goalposts
@Paulsatim any player is only worth what clubs are willing to pay for him… A player who drops from the top league to the lower leagues for three seasons (especially as he still develops as a footballer) is bound to have some negative effect on them.
The top players operate in the top leagues playing with and agin quality players. Teenage players often get shipped out to lower leagues and juniors to toughen them up and to show them the harsher aspects of the game… IMO Wallace would struggle if he was put straight into any team in the championship.

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Most of the youth leagues in Scotland start this weekend, soooooo looking forward to that. All the leagues have websites so if you have some spare time on a saturday or sunday check that out and go see the young talent Scotland is producing..

Scotland needs grassroots football and it’s promotion..

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McLeish saying it will be bad for Rangers if celtic get into CL groups… Probably one of the stupidest statements from an ex manager / pundit ever… I would suggest that progress there is good for Scottish football in general. But just my opinion. I wonder what McLeish would have said with his Dons hat on regards that progress. He was a legend at Aberdeen and used to love spanking the Glasgow teams..

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With his accentuation per score I could almost predict a score….RIP

Gordon retired in July 2013 after having his larynx removed to treat throat cancer, which meant his voice was no longer strong enough to broadcast. He was replaced by former Radio 4 newsreader Charlotte Green.

“I think 5 Live and the football results have lost a friend today,” Armfield said on Radio 5 Live.

“Before he came into it, I can remember before I joined the BBC, the style was more regimented. He came in and he put a slightly different slant on it. He knew when to go up with the voice, down with the voice and he just seemed to pitch it just right. And he did it all with perfect annunciation.

“That lovely voice, with the little trace of Scot in it, had the highs and lows just right.

“The thing about him was altogether, he’s actually become synonymous with it. Over those three decades we had together I always thought he really was something special.

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@JC they have threatened to expel teams…. leagues are competative so teams move etc wont go into detail…but some are better than others..

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JC it’s just great to be speaking with you, well in textual format.. Been a strange few days in TSFM can’t mention teams but i would say a fast track is a confirmation of the original decision.Just my opinion and I am not in any way qualified..

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