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  1. Sportsound Watch 14/15

    The Fergusons get ready for another evening of al fresco dining and social chit chat.
  2. Premier League 2018-19

    Each of these 'thread ruined' posts will be music to his ears. Don't forget that during his breakdown after the Champions League Final he said he was going to ruin the thread as revenge for everyone laughing at him and Liverpool. Eleven months later and he's still spamming. Each of his supposed GIRUY posts should of course just be ignored but, failing that, laughed at or pitied. Laughed at because P&B got to him into such a state that almost a year later he's still seeking revenge and pitied that a secondary school teacher has been reduced to measures like this and opening multiple accounts to greeny himself on an internet football forum. Perhaps pathetic is more apt.
  3. https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-scotland-48028660 That same year he was commissioned to design a new stadium for Rangers, the club he supported... Timber merchant Alexander MacDougall was the man who carried the can despite the presiding judge feeling he was perhaps a scapegoat. Mr Inglis says: "There was evidence that Leitch had approved the use of yellow pine in order to get the job done... Despite Leitch escaping criminal prosecution, he was still in danger of losing his career. Mr Inglis says the architect wrote a letter to Rangers begging them to re-employ him instead of one of his rivals. He says: "Leitch writes to Rangers and basically says 'if you sack me then you will effectively be saying that I am guilty'."... Mr Inglis says Leitch was a charismatic man and a good salesman who was determined to clear his name after the disaster. Leitch, a prominent Protestant church-goer and freemason, eventually persuaded Rangers to give him another chance. Ooft. From hero to c**t. Even by that vile organisation's standards that is some protection of one of their own after he helped cause 25 deaths. Just when you thought you couldn't hate any of the Rangers clubs more deeply that you do. What a magnificent casual condemnation of the whole corrupt cabal by Steven Brocklehurst though, the way he just slips the highlighted sentence into the article. Obviously he doesn't see a long term future with BBC Scotland.
  4. Premier League 2018-19

    What an absolute twat. Unreal.
  5. Premier League 2018-19

    My United colleagues now understand a bit more about Scottish football when I give the 'would you rather have cancer or aids' answer when asked if I'd rather Celtic or Rangers win the league/a cup. As they lose this season no matter what happens they just want United to win tonight as it'll help their chances of a top four finish and, quite basically, because it's their team.
  6. Premier League 2018-19

    Maybe not... MUTV have got United starting with a back four. Darmian at right-back, Shaw at left-back with Young playing on the left wing.
  7. Premier League 2018-19

    United XI vs City: De Gea, Darmian, Young, Shaw, Lindelof, Smalling, Fred, Pereira, Pogba, Lingard, Rashford. Matic, Sanchez, Mata, Martial and Lukaku among the substitutes. McTominay not in the squad.
  8. Billy McNeill RIP

    Good story and the hat tipped to Mrs Haan for being so polite and not putting Mrs McNeil down with a retort about her hubby's haul.
  9. Other Leagues 15/16

    Interesting story with a familiar feel to it. How's Zurich for jute, jam and journalism?
  10. Are you new to match threads on here?
  11. They've certainly taken open plan to the extreme but not sure the refs will enjoy changing in the public toilets.
  12. Canadian Premier League

    Are the clubs funding it themselves or is there a major subsidy from such as a sponsor? Flying a couple of thousand miles for games in stadia with 6k capacities surely can't work even medium term.
  13. Canadian Premier League

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Canadian_Premier_League Hmm, doesn't sound as if it's going to be around too long . Too many player restrictions and too small a set up for the size of the place are the first impressions tbh. Let's see what happens.
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