The Rangers saga as it happened…

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Miki67 says: August 30, 2012 at 14:10 The wheels of justice……how …

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miki67 says:
August 30, 2012 at 14:10

The wheels of justice……how slow are they?
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They’re not slow…………they’ve come off………….

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The Rangers saga as it happened…
With regards to our infamous MSM – slightly OT, but, did anyone catch the man on Scotland tonight stating that at least three newspapers were sitting on the story that the results of the Scottish government’s “surveys” supporting homosexual marriage were fixed?

Never mind football – can we trust the MSM on anything?


The Rangers saga as it happened…
Nowoldandgrumpy says:
August 28, 2012 at 00:39

I thought it was interesting that Ogilvie thought it was okay for him to surface. Is this a sign that the SFA have now drawn a line under this whole affair, as previously stated by Regan.
I take it that the dual contracts issue is part of this line drawing also.
That is it then, time to close the blog.

Aye right Ogilvie.

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They’re taking it in turns. If any one of the crooks stays too long in the light, they get burned.
It was Oglivie’s turn to take some heat. Regan did it last week. I assume Doinkey’s turn will be next. Fat sally has confined himself to criticising his players. CG has been quiet. Murray had a long-range potshot weeks back. Duff & Duffer are missing in (in)action, and one of our Bombers is missing………..


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rougvielovesthejungle says:

February 1, 2014 at 10:31 pm

I completely agree with you that Aberdeen are the least sectarian club in Scotland, but even their fans attack Neil Lennon which is my point. Until this problem is tackled head on, Scotland will continue to be a wee 17th century backwater.


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Every time I visit my non-footballing friends in Fife, they assure me that sectarianism is purely a west coast problem and I always disagree. I would like to thank the Aberdeen fans for proving my point.


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JimBhoy says:

January 18, 2014 at 12:15 am

http://www.express.co.uk/sport/football/454576/EXCLUSIVE-Easdale-brothers-to-plough-20m-into-Rangers
Great news for the rangers fans I would say… 😆
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Jack’s getting desperate……………


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Danish Pastry says:

January 16, 2014 at 9:20 pm

The Molindinar Burn ran between St. Kent’s and the Great Eastern Hotel, and, in my time, it was indeed an open sewer. On a warm day, with the wind from the east, the smell wafting across the playground was appalling, but, compared to the stink now coming from the Hampden offices, it was sweet perfume………………


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Danish Pastry says:

January 16, 2014 at 12:09 pm

OT
Isn’t this global forum a small world. Sometimes little references like that bring back a flood of visual associations, not to mention scents from the nearby brewery.
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Or from the Molindinar – depending on wind direction……………………..


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