Comment on Time to Ditch the Geek Show by rougvielovesthejungle.
Who on earth, at the BBC, deemed it appropriate to commission a full interview with Graeme Souness?
His relevance and his personal interest in todays game in Scotland is negligible.
The only thing Graeme Souness is interested in is Graeme Souness!
The only pertinent questions that could be asked of him are the circumstances of his EBT, and how David Murray conducted his cheating in Scottish football through the late 80’s and early 90’s (pre EBT’s) but somehow I think these are areas the BBC won’t venture towards!
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Time to Ditch the Geek Show
A quiet weekend for Dons fans like myself but I’m sure we will all be hoping Motherwell cheer up a rather bleak Sunday in the north east today.
The highlight of my sporting weekend actually arrived early – Friday morning, driving to work to be precise. Super salary McCoist happened to be on Talksport radio with Alan Brazil and for some reason they started talking about car boot sales. Alan enquiries of Ally, ‘have you ever been to a car boot sale?’, to which Ally says no but then Brazil comes in with ‘I thought that would have been right up your street – all that tax free cash in the sky rocket!’
This was followed by a lovely moment of radio silence as the producer tried to get some impromptu adverts on.
From Mark Daly’s BBC documentary, there were 15 EBT recipients never identified. I wonder if Ally had his nose in the trough too?!
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David Currie was referring to BSC Glasgow JC. I think they were formed about a year after Sevco. I bet the producer was having kittens when he said it, thinking where is he going with this!!
Just a pity, BSC didn't draw TRFC rather than Hibs this weekend. Some of the contorted gymnastics from the EBT'd pundits would have been tremendous.
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Completely off topic, but I just had a wee laugh to myself when I was checking today's racing results.
The winner of the 1.20 at Sedgefield ….?
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Or wouldn't it be wonderfully ironic if the Club 1872 money was needed to fund a pre-packed administration – the type that Craigy boy tried and failed with …..
In Whose Interests
To my untrained eye, it looks like the business strategy of RIFC is to continue issuing share certificates until they win the Euromillions …..
Heard that JC, with Richard Gordon barely managing to stifle a belly laugh in the background.
They all know, they’re nae completely daft!