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    I just googled this. Makes sense tbh.
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    The sense of entitlement oooozing out these c***s never fails to surprise me. Die again you horrible b*****ds.
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    Judging by they eyes, our neighbours better watch out.
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    "Erm, who you pointing at Dave, they're over to your left."
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    Heart warming story on stv news, with Dow and his utd mate serving meals to the old people (were you there Danger? tucking into the stew and pudding?) also, the old guy at the end who said he didn't like it and it would have been better with Dundee players.
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    Ooft. "The tax scheme may have reduced the need for shareholders to provide higher levels of funding so, as I have tried to make clear in the past, any advantage gained would have been to the company and its shareholders, not the team" "The steroids I took may have reduced the need for USA Cycling to provide higher levels of funding for providing training, equipment etc. so, as I have tried to make clear in the past, any advantage gained would have been to the advantage of the company and its shareholders, not me" "*Certain players may not have signed for the Club without the perceived benefit of personal tax savings but there was no general advantage for the player squad, or the performance on the pitch.* We would still have signed players of equal abilities if one or two had decided they didnt want to sign under different financial circumstances." "I'd still have won even without being juiced up on steroids" "Finally, it is extraordinary that representatives of other Scottish clubs who admit the damage done to Scottish football by Rangers removal from the Premier League should even wish to re-engage with this issue." "Finally, it is extraordinary that representatives of other cycling organisations, fans and cyclists who admit the damage done by my removal from the Tour de France should even wish to re-engage with this issue. "This is a misguided attempt (that will ultimately fail) to rewrite history and defeat Rangers off the park when their teams could not do so on the park at the time." "This is a misguided attempt (that will ultimately fail) to rewrite history and defeat me on the track when other cyclists could not do so on the track at the time" "However, that is now history and I have publicly stated, with the full support of the recently installed board, that we wish to put the past behind us and move on in partnership with all clubs throughout Scotland to improve and restore the image and quality of Scottish football as a whole. This will be to the benefit of all clubs." "And by improve and restore the image and quality of Scottish football as a whole I do, of course, mean a return to the glory days of Celtic and Rangers crushing everyone else like ants, fighting it out for double's and treble's rather than giving even the slimmest hope to anyone else of ever winning anything" "demotion from the premier league" OH COME ON
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    James Doleman ‏@jamesdoleman 2m2 minutes ago Brown. "I realise that Rangers being the same club is a matter of life and death to some," Havin ago at tedi now, not on
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    This is a good map animation of current conditions of the west coast of Scotland and Ireland. http://earth.nullschool.net/#current/wind/surface/level/orthographic=0.04,50.85,1350
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    Really? No ifs no buts...every tax evader is arrested? Now would you like to revise your position?
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    Jethro Tull : Living In The Past
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    Fucking hell. That Dave King statement Absolutely pathetic. The gist is, - Oldco were treated harshly - He claimed Sevco were demoted - He cried a lot - Many teams apparently say Scottish football has suffered without Sevco in the top league - Weeping - There was no advantage on the pitch - Some of fans of other clubs care more about stripping Oldco of titles than they do about their own team - Claiming victimisation - Lying - Cowardice - Crying - Threatening other clubs Basically it's like when a coward bully doesn't get their way and lashes out. Imagine actually supporting Sevco. The fucking shame.
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    Alot of fans believe that the titles won by Rangers during the period where they were over spending and signing players (including the use of EBTs) are tainted (I don't like that word but you get the meaning) as they were playing players they couldn't afford to gain an on field advantage. Now I understand that alot of clubs have done this in the past but it was done to such a degree that Rangers eventually were liquidated. The fans then want to claim that club and company are separate and want to claim all the previous titles as well as starting out new with zero debt (other than that accrued since the Sevco formation). I don't really understand the legalities but surely morally you can see why people may have issue with this? It's basically wanting to take the titles, have the club accept no responsibility, and just carry on. If that were Celtic most of the Rangers fans defending this would be the first to jump the other way. The concept is utterly ludicrous. The Club gained advantage due to the money spent but want none of the responsibility of that overspending. The EBT is just another thing that the fans of other clubs being unhappy to give credence to their argument (rightly or wrongly). You can't seriously believe that these fans have no reason to be pissed about it? As I've said, if it wasn't your club going through it I'm pretty sure you'd be the same as them. I don't blame you for sticking up for your club (or whatever bracket you want to give it) but surely you can see why other fans might be more than a but pissed off? Dont get me wrong, some may let this consume them but any Scottish football fan, regardless of their team should take an interest in this case.
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    Hang on a second here Andy, it's a competition run by me backed by the magazine. If it wasn't for me, there would be no competition at all, and let's be clear it's only a bit of fun, there's no prizes, no monetary gain, it's just a pat of the back for those who put a lot of time and effort into producing programmes week in week out. A bit of recognition. "The true value of a programme to a club and it's supporters is what it brings to their individual club" well who is saying otherwise? "...and not some secret scorecard" this is a little baffling given I'm happy to send the spreadsheet to anyone who requests it, and have done so the last two years. Why on earth would it be a secret, what is there to hide? You seem to be a bit humpty because I haven't judged the Penicuik programme higher than you think it deserves to be, well I'm sorry about that. Nothing personal, that's just the way it is.The Penicuik programme is very good, it just so happens that in my opinion there are others that are better (have actually you seen them all?) I have had a number of messages from people thanking me for running the competition and highlighting where they can improve, and that's what it's all about. Encouraging and improving as there are sadly clubs who don't see the value in programmes or who don't give enough credit to those who take the time and effort voluntarily to produce them. I'm baffled and sad that you feel so strongly about it, if others feel the same then I'm happy to wrap it.
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    The Beatles - Sgt Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band
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    I don't enjoy the trips to Ibrox but I'd be fuckin devastated if we managed a miraculous result and I wasn't there. That's pretty much the only reason I go.
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    @jamesdoleman judge says will that fanny Dougal stop cluttering up the forum with individual tweets and show some common sense.
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    You can risk a ' - ' or a ' + ' bet with them. Regardless of the result, you must notify the following bookies: Bet Fred Bet Victor Paddy Power Stan James William Hill Along with any other bookies that have fucked you over.
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    Jimi Hendrix - Little Wing
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    Perry Como - Catch A Falling Star
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    If I were Bollan, I'd be looking to get the ball up to BRE in the knowledge that he'll f**k it up and gift us a goal.
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    A. B would be weird.
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    There's a special breed of people who are born and raised in Drumchapel and will never leave except in a pine box. It's one of the scummiest, ugliest schemes in Glasgow (though nowhere near as bad as it was when I were a lad and auld Shep were a pup, it has loads of new housing now where slums once stood), but for some reason those who grow up there never move out of it. I imagine it's like a sort of ingrained scumminess that means they wouldn't be happy anywhere else. Or a sort of institutionalisation, like a prisoner being afraid to leave jail. ETA: It's also a mad Rangers stronghold, which basically proves everything I said in my previous paragraph.
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    Smoking thread for this pish.
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    I assumed you already had that crown. European tie against a team from Liechtenstein - Hibsed it. Ryan Flynn has the chance to keep you up - Hibsed it. 3-0 up in a Scottish Cup semi-final - Hibsed it. Play-off semi-final against Hamilton - Hibsed it. 1-1 against 10 men in a Scottish Cup final - Hibsed it.
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    Why does my work allow people to go for a smoke break and I'm not allowed to go for a w**k break? It seems a tad unfair...
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    You get a better class of people standing outside a pub with a tab in hand f**k THE HATERS
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    Jeez oh mate, youv made more points in one post than St Mirren have on the board this season
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    ‘I think we should be sorry - and I certainly am sorry,’ King told Sportsmail. ‘We owe both the Rangers fans and the Scottish footballing public an apology. ‘Some of the representations made have betrayed more of a victim status. But I think somebody needs to apologise. ‘Clearly, that is not for Charles Green to do. But I am happy to say that I really believe we should be saying sorry and I think there is something to be sorry about. ‘And as a former director when these things were going on, I am minded to do so. ‘With regard to EBTs, I was on the board so I have to take some responsibility. ‘And I follow the logic of the argument that if we lose the tax case then we probably gained some competitive advantage. ‘I believe that, on behalf of myself and most of the board members who were with me and probably agree with me, that we should apologise for that. ‘I know that the Murray Group might not say that, because it might be tantamount to admitting it.
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    It really did..... .... 'cos that's Gourock.
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    Sensible folk pointed out Rangers cheated and died and sevco bought the dead clubs assets, the scum are threatening everyone...
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    Ask again next week when we've lost on Saturday. And be prepared to go in a circle.
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    Before it needed to be an 11-1 majority to pass any change. The OF always voted together and nothing ever changed but now it is 10-2 so their opinion matters not a jot provided the other 10 stick together.
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    They didn't Remember they had to get a provisional licence just to play Brechin in the cup
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    Just to clarify what you're claiming people "vowed": How could I "turn out in numbers" Was MT going to clone himself in order to fill the home end at Palmerston? Maybe there's an undiscovered tribe of Dave j.'s living in Maryhill? If the sarcasm is too much for you, try this: away and don't talk pish.
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    As regards the North East clubs in the last 23 seasons only six have took promotion. This boils down to two main reasons. The cost of taking promotion and the main fact that most of the players don't want to jump up to the EvoStick because of the extra travelling. Take Darlington out of the equation but every team that has took promotion have been on a life support machine because of the crippling running costs in that league at sometime or other. Newcastle Blue Star and Spennymoor United didn't live to tell the tale, Durham City, Whitley Bay and Bishop Auckland have spent years recovering from it financially. Another major aspect is most of the North East players can get as much money playing in the Northern League on their doorstep rather than be away all day on a Saturday for 12-14 hours on a coach as far as Birmingham, North Wales or Lincolnshire. Your quite right to an extent about Spennymoor. They are one of the many North East that have had their fingers burned by taking promotion to this league and the original club went out of business as a result of the operating debts they incurred. When the club reformed the new owner admitted he wouldn't take promotion until the club could sustain operating at that level over a number of years. I can see where your coming from but its not as easy as that. Certainly if you reside in Yorkshire or Lancashire where the bulk of these clubs operate then yes. But in the North East its different. Last season I was told my local club Blyth Spartans shelled out in excess of around £15,000 just in bus costs alone. Then you have to pay the players extra money to travel. Then take into effect that they loss lucrative local derbies and a lot of visiting teams hardly bring any fans especially midweek when the likes of the Manchester/Yorkshire head up.
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    Partly because I quite like The X-Files and am dismayed to see its name sullied by association with this shite - even if Spender was a c**t he was at least erudite and was an extremely engaging character - partly because you're quite clearly at it and if your hideous, selfish habit makes you feel inconvenienced because you're not allowed to infect other people with it, good. f**k you.
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    Like the Lottery, smoking is tax on the poor and stupid.
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