Whose assets are they anyway?


Watching under 21s, did the camera pan onto CO and …

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Watching under 21s, did the camera pan onto CO and the new presidente just before ht?

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Whose assets are they anyway?
Thanks Tykebhoy, I suggest you may be correct re another post removal. However I believe my point is just.
I was aware of the ‘us’, and indeed acknowledged WOTTPI and A.N.OTHER, in my response to Highlander, for balance.
Griffiths of course did not change direction to avoid the barrier at the second goal, where indeed his momentum carries him into the hoarding.
However optics is physics no matter what colour lens you view it through.

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Enough is enough
Stefano Salvatori, Scottish cup winner with Hearts in 98, has passed at 49, after a battle with cancer.
Thanks for the memories big man.

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Time to Ditch the Geek Show
TINCKSOCTOBER 19, 2017 at 13:21 JC,
It’s the almost desperate pathological need of both the English and Scottish FA’s to protect their own that is so striking to me.

Tinks, Maybe the need to protect there own is well established.


The Vice Closes
Join us on Tuesday, October 24 for an evening with football legend Graeme Souness, discussing his experiences as a player, manager and pundit.Graeme will also be discussing his new book Football, My Life, My Passion with Scottish football correspondent Douglas Alexander. The book is a perceptive and opinionated assessment of the game which has been his lifetime obsession. It is a shrewd, incisive and hard-hitting exposition which grapples with the major talking points affecting the game today, shot through with Souness’ trademark tenacity and wisdom, and laced with fantastic anecdotes.
Graeme’s career started in the 1960s and has seen him play for Middlesbrough, Liverpool and Sampdoria. He has been awarded 54 caps for his country and played at the 1978, 1982 and 1986 World Cup finals. He returned to Britain in 1986 as player-manager of Rangers, ushering in ‘The Souness Revolution’ and bringing with it four Scottish Premier Division titles and four Scottish Cups. 
Since retiring from the pitch Graeme has managed Liverpool, Galatasaray, Southampton, Torino, Benfica, Blackburn Rovers and Newcastle United, achieving wins in the FA Cup, Turkish Cup, Super Cup and League Cup along the way.
Copies of Football, My Life, My Passion released in hardback on 19th October, will be available to purchase at the event and guests will also have the opportunity to meet Graeme and get their books signed at the end of the evening.

Fro the Times

What will it be then – the bears ask questions of what happened to their club,or a selfie opportunity? 09

The Vice Closes
Grahame Ewings article may have made the Scottish print edition of the Times. Although searchable on-line, this article was not in the print edition I purchased in England-shire – I have thumbed through the 7 September issue front to back. It would be good to get true coverage in the print media and sports-desks nationally.

Launch of SFSA Fans’ Survey
AULDHEIDJULY 26, 2017 at 16:26

Higgy’s Shoes sometime recently.
I will gladly cancel my current monthly FOH  contribution and transfer to support this cause. Without it Scottish football is dead to me.  My club no longer deserves my financial support, we all deserve better.  

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