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  1. That was a great performance. Everyone played their part and I think we deserved the three points. That is the sort of away performance we have been crying out for in years, but has mostly eluded us. We are back in the game!
  2. This is going to be a tough watch for the next half an hour or so.
  3. It is upsetting though. I mean, I thought she was my captain until I checked again this morning. .
  4. The Afghan Army put up a better defence against the Taliban. It really was that fucking woeful.
  5. Denmark just spooned us in the second half, after giving us a severe pumping in the first.
  6. Haha. It doesn’t detract from the fact that it is a cobbled together effort made by Margaret and Dawna from Fabric Offcutz, (just off of Greenock High Street). As nice as the kit may be, making your own is the very essence of tin pot behaviour. Probably best not to dwell on it though, particularly as you seem to have made peace with the fact. In terms of ours, I am not a fan of the home one. The print at the bottom of the back is unnecessary. The away and third kits are good though.
  7. Sadly not. Morton have claimed that particular award by making their own Bobby Basic kit. The judges deemed that to be the ultimate example of tin pot behaviour. It could only have been topped by players having to bring their own shorts and socks to games (same colours if possible, but not essential).
  8. It is the loop of decades. We were in the 80’s with the plain classic shirts for the last 5 or 6 years. Now we are getting into the 90’s interpretation. I can just about handle the prints, but when it gets all baggy that is me out.
  9. I was a spent force last night. Back home about 8:00 and in bed by 9:00. I had the day off today and was feeling brand new this morning. From Thursday right through to Sunday afternoon when we headed back, I had a great time. I also met some good lads too. it seems strange that I went to an away game without going to the match. but for me that was up there with any of the away trips I have been to in the past. I wouldn’t have missed this for anything. It was some turn out too. Well done to everyone that went down.
  10. I am still in London. I was struggling earlier on but I am back in the game now. The train back to Edinburgh tomorrow afternoon. Day off on Monday. It will be a time of quiet contemplation about my life choices. Particularly my relationship with alcohol. That said, I have fallen in love with Scotland away days again. We took over central London. Leicester Square was ours for two days. England never ever do that in Glasgow.
  11. Flying down from Edinburgh at 08:50 tomorrow morning and back on Sunday. Booked into Adam & Eve Piccadilly for the game. Looking forward to it. The pessimism after the game on Monday has gone. To be replaced by blind optimism that we are going to f**k them! Yes. Yes, I have been drinking.
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