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  1. Killie vs Hibs

    This isn't the first time you've posted this utterly weird take. Killie is a shortened version of Kilmarnock and fits into songs a lot better.
  2. Ally Love

    Good to see that as well as being a tragic pretentious bore, Sao Paulo is also a bit of an alt-righter.
  3. Post split fixtures

    Aberdeen have had 20H 18A on 3 occasions and 18H 20A on 2 occasions. Celtic have had neither. Hearts have had neither. Hibs have had 20H 18A on 1 occasion, and never had 18H 20A. Killie have had 20H 18A on 1 occasion and 18H 20A on 2 occasions. Motherwell have never had 20H 18A, and had 18H 20A on 1 occasion. Rangers have had neither. That leaves Aberdeen and Hibs as the ideal candidate for the loss of a home game this time.
  4. Scottish Cup replay drought

    It's not at that stage yet - still a lot of work on getting the round labels sorted out on cup ties.
  5. Next Scotland Manager Mk II

    This would make sense, for the same reason that Smith would have done. The SFA don't have a CEO and bringing in a fairly safe pair of hands who has done the job before gives them breathing space. Offering him it for any longer than that would be crazy.
  6. Close the thread, you won't beat this one.
  7. Scottish Cup Quarter Final Draw

    So they roped in two people with absolutely no connection to either Old Firm club and absolutely no reason to fix things in order to do it?
  8. The Great Big Kilmarnock Thread

    We won 6 in a row at Rugby Park from August-October 2000. The last time we did 7 in a row was 1979/80.
  9. Old Firm Colts in L2

    This definitely wasn't the case. The three foreigner rule which was scrapped in 1995 was a UEFA rule for European tournaments rather than anything domestic. For example, I found a Rangers line-up from a 3-1 win over Motherwell in December 1994 where Craig Moore, Basile Boli, Peter Huistra and Brian Laudrup all started. Similarly, there were Aberdeen teams in the early 90s featuring Theo Snelders, Peter van de Ven, Willen van der Ark and Hans Gillhaus. Which other countries have similar rules in place?
  10. Old Firm Colts in L2

    I'm not convinced Scottish football has ever had a three-foreigner rule. And quite rightly so. The way to get more Scottish players into our teams is to make them better, not just make it easier for them to be picked. There aren't many bloated first team benches in Scotland. Even the biggest clubs outside of Celtic and Rangers are running with very small first team squads.
  11. Old Firm Colts in L2

    "Bring back the reserve league" is a hackneyed phrase used mainly by folk stuck in the 1980s who think that playing with a few senior pros in what is essentially a bounce game will lead to a huge improvement in the quality of players developed. The current SPFL Development league is essentially a de facto reserve league - allows up to 5 overage players, and there are very few clubs who have a big enough squad to ever want more than that. About a year ago they announced plans to rebrand this league, and change it to a minimum of 2 (or maybe 3) overage players to make it "more competitive".
  12. Steven caulker

    The fact that he's had to sign for Dundee right now suggests that he's not really in a place to be playing for Scotland, let alone England.
  13. The Relegation Battle

    Why would the Premiership team be rested? The first leg of the play-off final is in the midweek after the final Premiership fixture.
  14. Next Scotland Manager Mk II

    We know that our home matches for this campaign are going to be played at Hampden. The lease doesn't expire until 2020.
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