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  1. I refuse to believe anyone actually said that It's hard to think of a single comment in the history of the Labour party that was less likely to resonate with party members.
  2. Well that was surprising and immensely pleasing. In Quitongo's previous appearances he's looked out of his depth - just routinely putting his head down and blundering into tackles - but that was an outstanding performance from him. Showed some excellent awareness and positional sense to take the piss right out of Addison, and could have had more joy if he'd been given any protection at all from the referee. As good as Quitongo was, Oliver was the best player on the park and Tidser was superb as well. We know the defence is more or less solid - the transformation in Lee Kilday over the last two years is huge and full credit to him and Duffy - but it was great to see an attacking display like that with the concerns over our ability there. Obvious comment but if Kilmarnock's new signings are actually that shite rather than just having an off day yesterday, it's relegation. Coulibaly genuinely looked like he'd won a competition to be there, joke of a performance.
  3. Billy Brown has taken a brief break from bein' places and daein 'hings to impart his wisdom on how we can avoid such humiliations in future: http://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/football/36870182 Highlights include: Think we've found Brian McClair's replacement here lads.
  4. Great advert for BT Sport, this. Still, I guess they couldn't do without broadcasting such a vital, unpredictable game.
  5. I'm confident we can avoid a pumping, but if Killie score the game's done. Shitfesting a 0-0 is all we'd be able to hope for if we were playing Championship sides with this squad, never mind a Premiership side.
  6. Thanx m9, that's given me a clear understanding of issues surrounding her competence to run a football club.
  7. Were Stirling Uni or East Stirling given a say in that? Surely the options for Rangers under 20s should be playing the tie on the scheduled date or forfeiting it if their opponents don't agree to it being moved? As far as I'm aware there's nothing in the rules of the cup competition allowing teams to postpone games for friendlies, as there is with the league? Would Dumbarton, Morton, or Arbroath be allowed to call off games for Stirlingshire/Renfrewshire/Forfarshire cup ties? If not, why is it being allowed for a youth competition?
  8. ^^^Lee Wallace
  9. St. Johnstone fans still taking this well, I see.
  10. I understand being absolutely seething, but calling for Budge to go rather than just getting rid of Neilson/Levein? f**k's that about?
  11. Mon to f**k Laidlaw.
  12. Lincoln Red Imps aside, Alashkert is the undisputed diddiest result in the history of Scottish football. Deal with it.
  13. Undoubtedly Hearts worst ever European result. In the grand scheme of Scots in Europe it's not as bad as Alashkert, but it's certainly up there with Stjarnan, Hafnarfjordur, etc.
  14. Birkirkara are Maltese. Which makes it considerably worse.
  15. Oh dear. Paulo will be disappearing for a long time if this stays the same way...