Why the Beast of Armageddon Failed to Show?

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Stevensanph says: Monday, November 12, 2012 at 09:34 Steven, I agree with …

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stevensanph says:
Monday, November 12, 2012 at 09:34

Steven, I agree with you. St Johnstone played very well yesterday, better organisation, better attacking and overall played a better all round game than Celtic. Well done, Howvwa I thought your team were guilty of more than a few clugger challenges and the last defender should have walked after his foul on Samaras in the first half, but then again It was Brines in the middle, the man who ‘missed’ Duberry handball twice against St Johnstone 2 seasons ago. Apart from that well done.

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torrejohnbhoy says:
Thursday, November 22, 2012 at 19:42

One has to wonder about Tom these days, he is definitely not following the rest of the MSMs succulent spam mantra, wonder why?…


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briggsbhoy says:
Wednesday, November 21, 2012 at 20:33

I think CW thought he was just a bit part player in the whole scam, always quoting the mismanagement of Club before he took over. Yesterdays result was a game changer for him, he now alone, without doubt will be blamed for the death of RFC1872IA. How will he be feeling now, I wonder what else he has in his secret recordings, he might need to out them soon, or stay in Monaco for good in disguise.


Why the Beast of Armageddon Failed to Show?
Does anyone know when this new league will start? Is it Next season? If it is then this will be mine and my sons last season books.
Count us out.


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neepheid says:
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And if TRFC is operating a minimal squad size, then it would be prudent for TRFC to keep the loans pipeline open from NUFC – to cover injuries as the season progresses, if need.

And if Ashley is no longer on the NUFC Board, can he plead no ‘dual interest’ – on the face of it anyway, to the SFA ?

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Does anyone seriously believe that the SFA will have any problem at all with TRFC being loaqned quality players at favourable rates from NUFC? They did nothing about it last season at a time when Ashley was in breach of their dual interest rule. A precedent has been set, and there is no way they will object to TRFC being stuffed with cheap loan players by Ashley.

More surprisingly, there wasn’t a cheep from the other promotion contenders last season. There’s no reason to think that will change either.

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Neepheid, that also bothered me also that no other clubs said anything about the loanees. No doubt if the title race was a little ‘closer’ Dame Ann Budge might have said something, but we will never know. I will wait and see if this happens again and I will get a few of my Morton supporting friends to write to their Chairman for his thoughts. He seems to speak his mind and not intimidated easily. I would urge others to do likewise if their team is competing in the Championship or have a ‘local’ club who is.


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http://t.co/gIbYOEodGM

Ashley speaks out..


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Well Done once Again John,have you had a replay from the one sent a week/2 weeks back?


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Well done to ICT for their first Scottish Cup success thought they might have struggled after going down to 10 men after their recent semi final win when they were playing with 12 men 😈 Seriously though the period of armageddon that the authorities threatened upon us have possibly been the best 3 years of Scottish football for years. Cup wins for ICT, St Johnstone, St Mirren and Aberdeen have been refreshing for our game, and all the young fans getting a taste of success can only be good for the future of our game. Also commiserations to Falkirk, never nice being a loser after coming so far.


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From the Herald…..

CELTIC striker John Guidetti has been found to have breached SFA disciplinary rules and censured over the singing of a song that featured the phrase “the h*** are deid”.

The SFA decision came after the Hoops star sang a song which contained the word at the end of an interview on Holland’s FC Rijnmond football programme.

He was reciting a song that is sung about him by fans.

Rangers fans have now taken to Twitter calling for the player and the club to issue an apology.

He sang: “Oh John Guidetti, puts the ball in the net-y, he’s a Super Swede and the h*** are deid, walking in Guidetti wonderland.”

The Celtic forward described the chant as “a good song”.

The SFA said the player had broken Disciplinary Rule 73 “in that on or around 6th March 2015 you did in the course of a interview given to the Dutch Television Programme FC Rijnmond, make comment of an offensive nature.”

The SFA added: “The player was found in breach and censured.


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