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jupe1407 last won the day on May 22 2017

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About jupe1407

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  1. All things Dundee FC

    Dire [emoji38]
  2. All things Dundee FC

    We signed Garry Paterson from Lochore Welfare for the aforementioned hilarious fee/deal. It was an emergency as literally the entire forward line and attacking mids were injured. He scored 9 minutes into his debut at Pittodrie with half the away support having no idea who he was. He was soon fucked into defence as he simply couldn't run. A mid-30's Stewart McKimmie was destroying him for pace in that game [emoji38]
  3. Israel lobby v Corbyn

    Sureiknow has long since outed himself as a desperate simpleton and is simply trying too hard. Best just to laugh at him and move on.
  4. Oh Kez!!!

    Can't believe so many folk missed Welshy's fairly obvious reference to the MattyDFC situation there tbh.
  5. Oh Kez!!!

    Not the BBC's take [emoji38] https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-scotland-47963759
  6. Annoying things people write on Facebook

    Angus Council's Facebook page is dripping with seethe at the moment. The binmen are having shift changes imposed and are on strike, cue loads of brain donors demanding Council Tax refunds. It's become a tremendous vehicle for outing complete idiots and massively entitled militant mummies. These thickos appear to want Council Tax to reflect the services you receive. In that case I look forward to the absolute scenes when the education budget falls solely on those with kids Is there a Godwin's Law equivalent from uniform-worshipping simpletons who invoke WUR TROOPZ into any given Facebook situation?
  7. St.johnstone v Dundee

    That's a pretty ambitious corner count imo
  8. All things Dundee FC

    FFS I was looking forward to McIntyre playing him on the right wing.
  9. St.johnstone v Dundee

    Going to assume we lose 2-0 (again) with a whimper after another atrocious team selection from our useless manager.
  10. RooshV

    The boy really needs to get his hole, preferably consensually.
  11. All things Dundee FC

    The answers: 1. Which out of favour Aston Villa striker came to Dens in 1989 with a view to signing but instead signed for Scunthorpe United after watching Dundee draw 2-2 at home to Hearts? Mark Lillis 2. Who did uncompromising cult hero Wes Saunders make his debut against and what was the score? Bonus point for naming the player he completely marked out of the game. Celtic in a 2-1 defeat at Dens in early 1988. This was the season Celtic won the double in their centenary. Saunders' debut was quite something, He cleared the ball out of the entire stadium at least three times, marked McAvennie out of the game and was subbed off to a standing ovations after about 70 minutes. 3. In 1992/93, Dundee twice came back from 2 goal deficits to rescue a point with 9 men. One was that mental 4-4 draw at McDiarmid Park, who was the other against? It was away to Airdrie at the old Broomfield. Fought back from 0-2 down to draw 2-2 after having two players sent off. I think Gary Patterson scored the equaliser. The 4-4 game at McDiarmid had seen Paul Mathers sent off for a last man foul in the first half. Jamie McGowan then went off injured after all the subs had been made. 4. Daryll Horgan was recently the first Hibs player to score twice at Tynecastle since which ex-Dundee player did the same in 1985? It was Joe McBride. He scored twice in the last few mins to give Hibs a rare good result at Tynecastle. He was a gifted player, but a lazy c**t He also scored a winner in a Dundee derby - a 4-3 win at Dens in 1989 where we recovered from 0-2 and 2-3 down to win. McBride won it with a 20 yard free kick about 15 mins from the end. 5. Which Dundee player had his penalty shoot-out effort saved in that epic Dens cup tie against Hearts in 1995 and who missed the next Hearts pen? Paul Tosh had his pen saved by Henry Smith, who then bizarrely took the next kick and made a total c**t of it. 6. First Division Dundee knocked Premier Division United out of the League Cup at Tannadice in 1996 on penalties. Which veteran striker scored the decisive penalty in the shoot-out? Iain Ferguson 7. Dundee signed Jim Leighton from Man United in 1992 - who did he make his debut against, and what was the score? Kilmarnock in a 1-1 draw (which was surprisingly Sportscene's chosen game as both sides were in the First Division). Leighton made some excellent saves in that game against a fine Killie side. Sadly things turned to shit, with Leighton turning in some absolutely horrendous performances in the Premier League the following season, notably the 6-3 gubbing from Partick and a 3-1 home defeat to Rangers. Unsurprisingly he left us and resurrected his career somewhat. 8. What was unusual about Dundee's 2-2 draw at McDiarmid Park in 1995? Dundee played in St Johnstone's away kit due to a clash, allegedly the kit man took the wrong kits through. 9. Which talented Rangers midfielder did we briefly sign on loan in 1989-90? Derek Ferguson
  12. All things Dundee FC

    Is GD's seething breakdown thread after the Doon Derby still around? That was really funny.
  13. All things Dundee FC

    Just the ones in bold left.
  14. All things Dundee FC

    Yup. Henry Smith saved Paul Tosh's spot kick, and immediately missed his own penalty wildly. It was a game which summed up Smith's career perfectly. He made three absolutely world class saves early on or the game would have been over by half time. As it was we were 2-0 up. Hearts then pull level, only for Smith to completely cock up a passback gifting Paul Tosh a goal, Weighorst's 30 yarder went straight at him but still flew into the net, then of course he made a c**t of his penalty. It was also Smith's last competitive game for Hearts. Lawrence bottled taking a pen. Nope. I think his final game might actually have been against Rangers. We lost 3-1 at Dens and he conceded an absolute trundler from a free kick after making an arse of setting up his wall. Yup, started well but it went tits up from there. Remember the 3-6 debacle away to Thistle? Horrific. Correct. Well "Iain" to be a completely pedantic c**t, but aye