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  1. Old Firm Colts in L2

    You say they initially were against the Colts in the Challenge Cup but changed their minds. I'm curious why these so called Clyde fans would change their views given that all the positive arguments (crowds, interest, sponsorship) for the colts in that competition turned out to be wrong. Curiouser and curiouser. I can only assume these "Clyde fans" sit in the row in front of you at Celtic Park.
  2. Old Firm Colts in L2

    I don't believe you. I've yet to speak to any fan in our league, Clyde or otherwise, that think the league won't be devalued. Yet you find two Clyde supporters (rare in itself) that share your views. I think you're full of shit.
  3. Old Firm Colts in L2

    Obviously, this makes you a expert on the lower leagues now. I once watched Clyde gloriously ragdoll Celtic. Does that make my opinions valid on what Celtic fans feel would devalue their league?
  4. Old Firm Colts in L2

    I've watched Clyde for over 40 years. Yet you seek to accuse me of a lack of knowledge of lower league football and tell me that it wouldn't be devalued by the introduction of youth teams? When you stand alone in a debate with few of any supporters, I'd suggest the evidence points to the fact that you're the one with a lack of knowledge of lower league football, its clubs and their fans.
  5. Old Firm Colts in L2

    This is why you lack credibility in everything else you put forward. It's the arrogance of an old firm fan. You should know. When it comes to sour grapes, Celtic fans are without comparison.
  6. Perhaps we should play our u20s in the Premier league. I'm sure they won't mind as it'll be for the good of Scottish football.
  7. Clyde Vs Cowdown

    If I'm correct, Danny Lennon was without a club for over a year before coming to Clyde. If Clyde is to be a stepping stone he'll need to do much more than win 5 games in a row. As for Goodwillie, I've no idea how he hasn't missed a match for Clyde due to injury given the number of late tackles he's on the wrong end of.
  8. I disagree that Currie hasn't put a foot wrong since Gourlay arrived. What I would say is that he hasn't cost us a goal in that period.
  9. Ally Love

    And Footballers don't lie in order to get themselves out of trouble.
  10. Ally Love

    Or he could just be guilty as charged and realised he got off lightly.
  11. Cowdenbeath FC. 2017/18 Season

    Why would you want to go junior? 300 hardcore fans would make you the biggest club in the Lowland league. If you go down, rebuild there with a team challenging for promotion and come back stronger. Surely that makes more sense.
  12. Cowdenbeath FC. 2017/18 Season

    I've live in EK and have done almost my entire life but I detest EKFC. I went to the K Park playoff last season to support the Cowdenbeath. Hopefully Cowdenbeath stay up. I'd much rather have a real football Club in the league with real supporters and history than some of the insipid boys clubs that are the alternative.
  13. Clyde Vs Cowdown

    Honestly, I cannot remember Duffie putting in a cross of note in any of his games for Clyde. His crossing stats must be similar to Phil Johnson's I'm not sure Cogill is better than Stewart or Lowden at left back but Lang is definitely better than Duffie on the right.
  14. Clyde Vs Cowdown

    I don't understand the logic of the Cowdenbeath management. They need wins. Lots of wins. Why not play attacking football. Go all out and try to score more than the opposition. It may not work but at least their support would have some excitement during the match. Playing for 0-0 and losing narrowly makes for both no points and boring football for their fans. If you're going down, at least do it in a blaze of glory.
  15. Ally Love

    Hitler wouldn't get anywhere near the Clyde first XI. As an attacker he would run out of steam over the winter periods. Too much of a bunker mentality.
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