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  1. Okay might as well go for it then: Bookmark for when half of this squad doesn't get picked. Goalkeepers (3) David Marshall - Derby County Craig Gordon - Heart of Midlothian Liam Kelly - Motherwell (on loan from QPR) Defenders (9) Andy Robertson (C) - Liverpool Kieran Tierney - Arsenal (Reserve the right to swap for Taylor if Tierney's injury is as bad as feared) Grant Hanley - Norwich City Declan Gallagher - Motherwell Scott McTominay - Manchester United Scott McKenna - Nottingham Forest Stephen O'Donnell - Motherwell Andy Considine - Aberdeen Liam Palmer - Sheffield Wednesday Midfielders (9) John McGinn - Aston Villa Ryan Jack - Rangers Callum McGregor - Celtic Stuart Armstrong - Southampton Ryan Gauld - Farense David Turnbull - Celtic Ryan Christie - Celtic Kenny McLean - Norwich City John Fleck - Sheffield United Forwards (5) Ryan Fraser - Newcastle Ché Adams - Southampton Lyndon Dykes - QPR Lawrence Shankland - Dundee United James Forrest - Celtic (26th man)
  2. As much as I would like to see increased promotion and relegation, get those Colt sides in the bloody sea
  3. Sensible thing would just be to "rebrand" it. Plus the ERJFA would still consist of the South clubs that have joined the EoS next season.
  4. There's always the "ignore" function as well, I know there's a couple of posters that are very big fans of it.
  5. The first season in 2013-14, the Final First-leg was on Sky and Second leg was on BT. Then BT went and bought exclusive rights to the POs from the 2014-15 onwards
  6. Cupar Hearts must be one of the clubs, probably the largest town without a semi-pro side.
  7. FC Twente, Rijeka, Montpellier, Boavista have all proven it is possible if you get very lucky and have the right combination of things go your way. The changes to European football and our better coefficient mean that middling Scottish Clubs like Hibs and Aberdeen and (possibly Hearts and United) will be able earn more money in Europe via the Conf Leagues and Europa League. Which could provide a non-OF club the tools to build a very good squad and challenge for the title.
  8. They've used 39 before the split and have two scheduled in all already, so they'll wait before announcing their last seven games.
  9. Can only presume the one he misses is due to picking up 6 yellow cards for simulation...
  10. I think that one is much better than any of the other ones I've seen.
  11. So for 2022-23: EoS Premier Division: 18 EoS First Division: 16 (Top Seven from each Conf. + Second Division winner) EoS Second Division Either Conferences or Regionalisised: 12/12/12 - will probably be a few new applicants anyway.
  12. All the new clubs could form a "Development League" at Tier 8 - akin to what the EoS was considering. Don't know how that would work further down the line as you'd have to relegate a lot of clubs at Tier 7 at some point though.
  13. Tbh I actually quite like Jonathan Sutherland as a presenter, think he's pretty solid. Might not be Gary Lineker but he's probably the best that BBC Scotland has arguably only Rob McLean (who is freelance anyway) is better. Also this year's cup highlights were missing his usual shite acting - really corny but almost came a bit of tradition with the 4th Round Highlights. Would like to see the odd analyst on the Sunday night show - possibly a journo/ who could provide an interesting take on things. However, knowing the BBC they'd go for some old newspaper journo like Spiers or someone.
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