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  1. 10 points
  2. Motherwell Bois Food Drive - Saturday 13th December. Motherwell Football Club were formed in 1886 when the 2 main work teams Glencairn and Alpha merged to create a club which could represent the town at a higher footballing level, and for the past 128 years have been at the heart of the community. Unfortunately in recent years unemployment has been on the rise within our community and recent studies show 1 in 4 children in the Motherwell and Wishaw area now live in poverty. We believe that as supporters of Motherwell FC we have a duty of care to support, not only the football team, but the local community in these times of financial hardship. The need for a united community which strives to work together has never been greater. For this reason we have decided to organise a food bank collection which will take place before this Saturdays match at Fir Park between Motherwell and Ross County. All donations will go towards Basics Food Bank which operates throughout North Lanarkshire. The aim of Basics Food Bank is to reach out to those in crisis with the provision of a food parcel and toiletry items. We understand that times are tough, particularly in the run up to Christmas, however we would like to encourage fellow 'Well fans to give what they can. Where to find us - Outside the Davie Cooper Stand / The Well Shop from 1:30pm up until kick off! What to bring - Non perishable food! The following items are desirable: tinned custard, tinned fruit, tinned meat, tinned fish, super noodles, soup, beans, life long milk, pasta sauce, instant coffee, tea bags, biscuits and any basic toiletries. Please note, this list is advisory but not exhaustive.
    6 points
  3. With the Clyde board confirming that should Clyde make the move to East Kilbride that any potential name change to EK Clyde would require a fresh vote by the owners then understandably the fans who have stayed away because of the name change will need a new reason to not attend matches. This presents them with a problem, but luckily I have compiled a handy, cut out and keep list of excuses that you can use to avoid having to actually go to any of your teams matches. Barry Ferguson is a sh#t manager. The board are w#nkers. Because John Sweeney Some of the Clyde support voted Yes to independence. I don't like Broadwood I won't be back until Ferguson is gone, then I won't be back until the next manager is gone, and the one after him. Bobby Gracey ate my hamster. The toilets don't work They changed the date on the badge to the actual date of formation The pink strip I'm working in Copenhagen I'm in love with Jeff Stelling I once played for Clyde and was released and I'm embarrassed about it. Broadwood is cold. Pat Scullion no longer plays for Clyde This list is not exhaustive but offers some easy reasons for you to continue to stay away, thus removing you of the problem of the removal of the name change threat leaving you in a position where attending games is the normal thing to do for a supporter.
    5 points
  4. "Hullo is that the Scotsman? I'm from Hubs. We want to sign Stranraer's keeper and top scorer. We hope this doesn't distract them ahead of their cup replay."
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  5. Get that right fucking up you Andy Townsend you fucking c**t
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  6. Upside down, quite a nice wee Orangutan !
    4 points
  7. Thompson would absolutely rock the Guardiola suave suit look, he'd easily be the sexiest manager in world football if nothing else.
    3 points
  8. ^^ Does not know the meaning of "literally"
    3 points
  9. It is a procedural/constitutional matter. With the EGM coming up in Spring to amend the articles of membership, a new vote to remove the mandate to change the name will be put onto the agenda and this has to come from the membership. I will ensure it is as many other members will too. It also gives time to rally support and make sure that the 50% turnout and 75% majority required is there too. My one observation from last night was the lack of appreciation from the board that while in their own minds they would not use the mandate to change the name and that it was now low on their list of priorities, the membership are not privvy to the new location discussions and other board matters, therefore name change is OUR main priority.
    3 points
  10. James Kirkup: 'Why won't this man die?' ( ) 'He lost the referendum, he resigned, everyone thought he's gone.' ( ) 'And yet here he is' ( ) 'He's still the spiritual leader anyway' ( ) 'His party now has 100, 000 members, he'll walk back into Westminster next year, and plague whoever is in Number 10' ( ) 'He's like something from a Terminator film' ( ) 'He absolutely will not stop until he gets what he wants.' ( )
    3 points
  11. Aberdeen Best: Some of the best posters on P&B are sheep and they're mostly a sound bunch. Mozza and Stan are both good value but my favourite is Karl Fletcher, seems like a top guy and knows his club and the game inside out. Worst: Aberdon did enter my thoughts but his seethe can be quite entertaining at times, has to be everyone's favourite journo La_Leyenda. Celtic Best: Can't help but feel it's slightly easy to stand out as a decent Celtic poster, given that I still appreciate the likes of Rico, Henrik's Tongue and Flying Rodent. Hoopy stands out though, a class above most of the others. Worst: Tough one this but I'll go for Dhen Boy. Dundee Best : When I dipped into the Championship forum last season I thought they were a bit excitable with a fair few roasters but they've actually been a good addition to the Premiership forum and I've changed my opinion on a few of them. They've plenty of good posters including Forza Dundee, deefiant, Jupe and Ludo .In a complete U-Turn though by far my favourite Dee poster is NDD. Mainly for the thing of beauty that is the HG thread, his shtick also works better when his team's doing well too. Worst : Dee's boy and man are both capable of moments of idiocy and Biggie's 'Grass' meltdown was fantastic, but it has to be WeeperDee for his pathetic "edgy" comeback and tendency to mewl. Dundee Utd Best : Another strong group but Desert Nomad is probably my favourite. Special mention to Szammo for has ability to get bites. Worst : Peeel is pretty awful but it has to be Granny Danger purely for continually offering square go's every time he loses his head. Hamilton Best : Bert Racoon. Bateman is pretty good as well but Bert just edges it. Worst: Pretty meh apart from I'm Rodger. ICT Best : Enjoy The Scarf and ICT Chris but go for RIG for his balanced match reports and quality of his football posting. Worst : The surely on his way to being sectioned and advert against island life, BarraJag. Kilmarnock Best: Confidemus RIP. Time to come home. Worst : An absolute travesty if QLP doesn't win this. Like a frustrating winger he's capable of the odd good moment like his Old Stadium thread by that's far outweighed by the fanboy nonsense and even worse when he reveals his inner 'creepy weirdo' ©TGIG. Lifetime Head's Gone achievement for Tamaragate. Gone but not forgotten. Special mention to craigkillie, not a bad poster, but deserves recognition for being in the right most of the time yet still coming across like a bit of a knob. Motherwell Best : MikeyWellFan, top boy who I share a dislike of the OF and the Sheep with. Ran close by the likes of Ya Bezzzer, Addie and Casagolda. Worst : N/A Partick Best : Pound for pound probably the best team for good posters imo. Loads of guys I appreciate, Reid, P45, MrCat, Firhill Rd, Smurph, Pie of the Month, Nightmare, Dave.J and more. Fuctifano for best though, objective and balanced and we seem to share a lot of other threads where he always provides good comment. Worst : Snakebite, I think, although that may be mistaken identity.Almost forgot about jagfox, alright when he's not drunk or posting shite memes. Ross County Best : On football matters alone probably Bunglebonce, although he's another who seems to have developed an unhealthy interest in all things Goodwin but for all round contribution I prefer Yoda. Always look out for Savage Henry's posts too even if he seems to have been quiet of late. Worst: N/A St Johnstone Best : Kyle, great poster with a sense of perspective and a good laugh too. Shouts out to TRS, Jama and Widge as well. Worst : Random Guy who's propensity for shite trolling and pointless posts just edges out seethers such as 7-2 and The Marly. St Mirren Best : Tough choice this one with so many good saints posters, the likes of DJ Chapsticks and Serge are always providing fair and objective comment on the club and it's going ons. Lex must be up there with Stan as the best WUM on P&B. My best Bud though is someone who often makes me chuckle and is excellent at winding up idiots, Goodwin fanboy Gareth Glasgow. Worst : Sevco sympathiser Billy Mehmet Loyal.
    3 points
  12. 3 points
  13. We should all club together to raise the £50k and call it "The Cockwomble League Cup".
    3 points
  14. 3 points
  15. Roger Hannah ‏@Hannahnaman 3m3 minutes ago Tommy Craig to leave his post as St Mirren manager later today. It's understood players and staff were told the news earlier today #stmirren
    3 points
  16. I wondered where the pong was coming from.
    3 points
  17. Club has a number of stadium options, including ones in Glasgow council area and at least one in another council. They could sign up at one of them within the month but it's more likely to wait for a few months to make the right choice. Could conceivably be elsewhere for next season though. Funding ideas are clearly set out for each but differ depending on location; some linked to councils, others private. Meetings been held on this during the previous few days so it's a current situation. Not dependent on us staying in SPFL. EK Clyde, as a name, will not happen without another vote. Confirmed. An EGM can be called to get members to make it more formal but the board have stated that they now can't implement it. Good financial results. BF injured and awaiting surgery. He's not against playing if needed but literally can't just now. Keeping himself fit so that he can play if needed post surgery. Didn't attend tonight as he was watching Dumbarton v QP (I think) but he's offered to meet any small groups of supporters who want to talk about football. Chairman and board not happy with performances, however still back manager. He's apparently the best they've worked with in terms of professionalism, work ethic, involvement in the wider club, willingness to look for advice. We still have the smallest budget in Scotland. They're hopeful Alan Martin will stay until the end of the season but nothing signed yet. Other players have "shook hands" on deals to sign for the club in January but BF is awaiting confirmation of budget. In discussions regarding stadium condition. Slow progress as always. There's a rugby tournament in February so the floodlights will remarkably be fixed by then. That's the facts. I left tonight feeling reasonably positive about the off-field stuff but BF's absence meant there wasn't much to go on regarding the on-pitch stuff. Over to the masses for discussion.
    3 points
  18. I'm unhappy so I want the players to be unhappy too. That'll make them play better.
    3 points
  19. Another grass, hoodathunkit? How come you haven't reported me, then, you obnoxious little creature?
    2 points
  20. Another decent bit of writing here about Hughie Gallacher http://www.independent.co.uk/arts-entertainment/a-hero-who-died-of-shame-1124187.html a sad, sad story whatever the truth of it
    2 points
  21. Something like this? Or more like this? Speaking of gifs, Ramsey's second. Some hit.
    2 points
  22. Youse don't seem beeling or angry at all eh...
    2 points
  23. "That's funny cos there's so many food banks eh? Oh wait its also funny cos he's really, really fat! Good one HP, good one." You absolute fucking bell-end.
    2 points
  24. f**k off you old tosser.
    2 points
  25. 2 points
  26. I almost feel happy for the dirty denizens of Govan; let's face it its been a while since they've had any good news. I now look forward to this £170k being spent in a way befitting of the newest club in Scottish football. What can they do with it? Almost 3 months of Fat Sally's wages? Buy £170, 000 worth of stock for the club shop that they cant then sell on for a loss (once the boycott is over of course)? Or maybe use it towards the pay off of the next gormless director or overpaid employee who is shown the door? One thing is certain £170,000 won't go far with The Rangers.
    2 points
  27. His name is Pep. He thanks you for his post and suggested this is how much Pep would like to see it:
    2 points
  28. These are probably my favourites:
    2 points
  29. You can feel the seeth from Thompson through this statement. Get it up ya Thompson ya lanky streak o pish.
    2 points
  30. 2 points
  31. Do you see the abuse that refs get on here? Then you expect folk to answer a rallying call to give up their free time and enlist to become the next subject of a poor loser's rant.
    2 points
  32. Gaz is annonamouse cumfirm? 3 like = 1 dead rangers
    2 points
  33. This. Tynecastle is a much better stadium in terms of atmosphere, view and general match day experience.
    2 points
  34. Beat me to it. But why let the facts get in the way of another moan?
    2 points
  35. 2 points
  36. all the best to George, 1 of the good guys.
    2 points
  37. Away for a few days and not much has changed , the qc is still a steaming wreck and wrk is still a seething bitter mess. Lol
    2 points
  38. No, I don't think anything Catherine Tate does is classed as comedy.
    2 points
  39. I think we all KNOW the answer to that question. No point discussing it here..I ll wait for you starting the thread on the subject you seem so keen to discuss.
    2 points
  40. Staggering down the road via a series of failures is actually more the way it is. Falter Falter.
    2 points
  41. 'The Steaua' in Rangers esq fashion.
    2 points
  42. 03/04: part-timers Hamilton and Dumbarton finished above full-time Morton (4th placed), while FT Airdrie won the league 04/05: PT Brechin and Stranraer finished above FT Morton (3rd placed) 05/06: PT Peterhead finished above FT Partick Thistle (4th placed), while FT Gretna and Morton were 1st and 2nd 06/07: FT Morton were top 07/08: FT Ross County were top 08/09: No FT teams 09/10: No FT teams 10/11: FT Livingston were top 11/12: No FT teams 12/13: FT Queen of the South were top 13/14: FT Rangers and Dunfermline were 1st and 2nd So basically, full-time teams have a clear advantage over the rest. There have been nine instances of a full-time side finishing above all the part-time teams, while there have been three instances of a full-time side finishing below part-time sides. Two of those three were Morton, the most shambolically run club in Scotland and probably the world. If Duffy remains in charge you can guarantee we'll be adding to that list, again.
    2 points
  43. Welcome to our world
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  44. of course. But the SPL clubs wanted something so loaded in their favour it would take a spectacularly shite team to get themselves relegated by it.
    1 point
  45. Without getting too much into the boring details of sentence structure it's pretty obvious that I meant to add another but for some reason I missed him out. It really isn't worth starting a BRALT style circular argument about nothing in particular.
    1 point
  46. Disappointed thought I was away to read about Dunfermline's new training HQ.
    1 point
  47. Gap is closer because we're all meeting in the middle ground of pish and apathy.
    1 point
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