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  1. 52 points
  2. 52 points
    A foreshadowing of events to come in the next few hours when the pubs are finally chucking out....
  3. 50 points
    You were the Steeple. #Getdoon
  4. 49 points
    Current odds from Oddschecker Gordon Strachan - 4/1 David Moyes - 4/1 Steve Clarke - 6/1 Malky Mackay - 8/1 Derek McInnes - 10/1 Craig Levein - 14/1 Alex Neil - 16/1 John Hughes - 16/1 Scott Gemmill - 18/1 Then a host of people at 20/1 including Michael O'Neill, Paul Lambert, Big Sam, Ross Jack and Neil Lennon.
  5. 46 points
    Kit Harrington confirmed on Graham Norton that it was filmed over 55 straight night shoots which is some record seemingly. A great big army of dead zombies going for 55..... sounds familiar tbh.....
  6. 44 points
    Thank you very much for the comments and feedback about the show over the last few weeks - it's great to read it's struck a chord with supporters and we're delighted with how it's been received so far. We're still learning as we go and trying to make each episode better than the last. Working on the show has been the best fun I've ever had in my life and I'm delighted to have the chance to continue up until the Scottish Cup final. We hope you keep on watching until then!
  7. 44 points
    Hopefully not revealing any sensitive information here - I think it has been covered in podcasts and interviews over the last couple of months. There are 12 regular guests on the podcast right now, split across Glasgow and Edinburgh. The TV show is a distinct entity from the podcast, though it is inspired by the podcast. When the pilot was made, Craig Fowler picked the four people who he thought would do the best job on the couch, and I think pretty much all of us would have agreed with the line-up. The very best podcasts the Terrace does are the lower league ones with Craig Telfer, Craig Fowler and Shaughan, and Joel is the most knowledgeable about the Premiership as well as bringing a certain comic quality. The BBC really liked the pilot and therefore wanted to stick with that same line-up every week. Almost everyone else has been involved in the VT side of things at some point or the other. I'm sure we'd all have loved to have been sitting on that couch, but it would have been difficult for me and several others to balance it up with work commitments anyway. At the end of the day, you can't argue with the quality of the programme which has been produced, so I think the decision on the line-up has been totally vindicated, and I think everyone involved in the Terrace is delighted with how the show has been going.
  8. 42 points
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  10. 40 points
    The league would be fucking brilliant if Rangers and Celtic fucked off.
  11. 40 points
    Look on the bright side Falkirk fans. If you guys do end up going down, think of the crowd wanks you'll be able to have in League 1. You'll be happier than a pig in shit.
  12. 39 points
    Don't interrupt his work, I'm on my way to a full house.
  13. 37 points
    I read it as completely made up.
  14. 36 points
    Didn’t realise Scottish football had this high a volume of jammy wearers watching it. Shithousing is a part of the game at all levels. If anything, it’s one of the more entertaining elements of our game. If the behaviour on display yesterday was enough to justify violence, the cities of Barcelona and Madrid would’ve each looked like current day Syria in the Pepe/Ramos days. On Brown, a Ranger player - I think Jack - had a wee clipped heels effort on him early doors and he literally laughed it off. The fact that he has the last laugh 95% of the time is less to do with Brown being some kind of super-villain and more to do his club’s main rivals being a gang of perma-raging losers who pretty much never turn up for a big game. The only morally questionable aspect of all this, is deliberately targeting a literal simpleton to wind him up. I wasn’t complaining when McGregor smashed him 5 mins into our last game v Rangers though.
  15. 32 points
  16. 32 points
    We have a weekly email quiz at my work. One question was "what country is the football team Getafe from?" Colleague (female) put Iraq. "because of colonel Gadaffi" She is entitled to a vote.
  17. 32 points
    Why at lower league games do the commentators apologise for some old boy swearing but 45000 singing f**k the pope is fine?
  18. 31 points
    Falkirk have loads of fans though. How is this result possible?
  19. 31 points
    c**t at Motherwell barged into me while simultaneously saying sorry, so he could get on the train ahead of me. I was too tired to react, but, I did take great delight in telling him to get off my reserved seat he'd decided to plonk himself on. Instant karma.
  20. 30 points
  21. 30 points
    Start walking, lads.
  22. 28 points
  23. 28 points
    He'd have got out - probably had a hunch something was wrong.
  24. 28 points
  25. 28 points
    A rousing chorus of 'There's only one Ray McKinnon' helped get the local vermin utterly rattled at Cappielow today. Thank you x
  26. 27 points
    Montrose would be a good addition, mon up. Assuming we stay, that would be quite a fun away day. Arbroath and Montrose away days would be class.
  27. 27 points
    Don't thinks so, mate. Oh, wait a minute.
  28. 27 points
    '"The decision to part company was not an easy one, especially given Alex’s status as a Scotland Hall of Fame member, earning 77 international caps, having played in three World Cups and taken charge of the national team for two spells," said Maxwell.' Sums up everything wrong with the folk in charge of our game. Who gives a f**k how many caps he earned, or whether or not he's in our 'Hall of Fame', he was a pish manager and oversaw arguably our worst result ever. Get him to f**k.
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  30. 26 points
    Step up from your noncey use of that close up of an 8 year old lassie so kudos on that.
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  33. 26 points
    Horrendous entitlement and arrogance from the Sevco fans. Absolute scum. They are hate and fans of almost every club would be utterly delighted if zero Sevco fans ever set foot in their ground again. They however think that they pretty much fund all of Scottish football and that clubs would die without them. That of course won't ever happen and they were the ones who died. They say they don't care no one likes them but its one of the things they all care about most in the world. Thick, disgusting, bigoted cretins. I despise them.
  34. 26 points
    Might as well post this before the St Mirren fans arrive with their Goody pictures. What a fucking team .
  35. 26 points
    ‘Shite like eyemouth’? Cmon to f**k mate thats not what our club is about? Regardless of the fact we’re not going EOSL ‘shite like eyemouth’ said we were welcome last year, that takes a bit of decency and it should be shown back to them?
  36. 25 points
    Not a lot. Just taking things Juande at a time.
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  38. 25 points
    They’ve just won a derby so it’s nothing unexpected. At least you’re not bothered though.
  39. 24 points
    Greenock Morton haven't done anything of note in around at least 80-90 years, so I'd say them.
  40. 24 points
    I read this post in the style of 'Letter from America' : When you go doon will you send back, A postcard from the seaside league, Take a look up the rail track, From Stranraer to Peterheid
  41. 24 points
    Partick Thistle - KEEP Falkirk - PUNT QotS - UNDECIDED
  42. 24 points
    Lennon wants him to do it. Lawwell wants Lennon to carry on like a fanny. The same hierarchy of scummy behaviour and intentions exists in their blue reflection. This shit sells to its intended recipients. The thick, low order bigoted scum who follow them. Its why strict liability will never exist here. Its why no genuine attempt whatsoever is made to deal with sectarianism or fan behaviour by either club. Its why the Green Brigade and the Vanguard Bears are pandered to. Bottom line is, the business model of both of these clubs and the lynchpin of their commercial success is fuelling the fire of hate and intolerance of the other. That will never change.
  43. 24 points
  44. 24 points
    This was definitely, definitely you, wasn't it Brian?
  45. 23 points
    If gammon-faced Yoons didn't want another referendum so much then they should have tried actually winning a single Scottish Parliamentary election in the last fifteen years. The mandate for The Only Show in Town to hold as many votes as they want is unassailable; hence their salty tears.
  46. 23 points
    Uh've been places and dun things...
  47. 23 points
    Get. Fucking. Down.
  48. 23 points
    I can't be the only one thinking about this just now.
  49. 23 points
  50. 22 points
    A message from Kilmarnock FC Directors Billy Bowie, Cathy Jamieson and Phyllis McLeish. What has already been an unforgettable season for everyone at Killie still promises so much as we head into the final five weeks of the campaign. Guided by Steve Clarke and Alex Dyer, our squad is challenging at the top end of the Scottish Premiership with the real possibility of breaking last season’s club-record points total. As we continue our 150th Anniversary celebrations, we want to turn our final match of the season on Sunday, May 19 at home to Rangers into a celebration of all things Killie. With this in mind, we as a Board of Directors have made the decision to house Rangers FC supporters solely in the Chadwick Stand with Kilmarnock supporters in the remaining three stands. Moffat Stand season ticket holders will be able to purchase reduced rate tickets for their regular place in the stand, priced Adult £15, Concession (Over 65s, U21s and Students) £10 and U16 £5. Our KCST team will have increased community games and activities on offer in our Family Fan Zone behind the Moffat Stand so get along early and join in the fun. Kilmarnock supporters can buy a ticket for the Frank Beattie, East Stand or Moffat Stand priced Adults £27, Concession (U21, 65+ and Students) £19, U16s £10. This is an all ticket match and home tickets must be purchased in person from The Killie Shop at Rugby Park. All away ticket enquiries should be directed to Rangers FC. Billy Bowie said: “Kilmarnock FC is a family club and we want to make sure Rugby Park is an enjoyable and safe environment for people to enjoy watching football. As promised, we have worked with and listened to feedback from our leading supporters’ groups in a real effort to encourage and inspire the next generation of Killie fans. “After the game we’re encouraging all Killie fans to stay in the stadium and watch one of the most memorable Killie teams in recent memory complete their traditional lap of honour complete with a few words from our manager Steve Clarke.” A date for the start of home tickets sales will be announced in due course.