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I'm finished with Off the Ball. For good.

The disparity between the boys from The Terrace yesterday compared with Cowan's inane, under-researched, outdated, clichéd drivel was outrageous. 

I've felt it was on the wane for a couple of years, but I felt like a light was shone on it yesterday afternoon and it looked awful. Whether Cosgrove could do something with a different format I don't know, but Tam Cowan is now perhaps the worst thing on Radio Scotland. 

Feel pretty sorry about it, because it's formed a cornerstone of my Saturday routine for more than twenty years, but it's no longer worth listening to. 

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7 minutes ago, Estragon said:

I'm finished with Off the Ball. For good.

The disparity between the boys from The Terrace yesterday compared with Cowan's inane, under-researched, outdated, clichéd drivel was outrageous. 

I've felt it was on the wane for a couple of years, but I felt like a light was shone on it yesterday afternoon and it looked awful. Whether Cosgrove could do something with a different format I don't know, but Tam Cowan is now perhaps the worst thing on Radio Scotland. 

Feel pretty sorry about it, because it's formed a cornerstone of my Saturday routine for more than twenty years, but it's no longer worth listening to. 

It might have had more impact in the OTB thread.

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29 minutes ago, Sergeant Wilson said:

It might have had more impact in the OTB thread.

Ah, good point. Although I feel like a copy and paste job would be now a bit embarrassing. Could you start directing interested parties in here please?

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28 minutes ago, Estragon said:

Ah, good point. Although I feel like a copy and paste job would be now a bit embarrassing. Could you start directing interested parties in here please?

If I was you I'd have claimed it was an illustration of a Cowanesque error.

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3 hours ago, Estragon said:

I'm finished with Off the Ball. For good.

The disparity between the boys from The Terrace yesterday compared with Cowan's inane, under-researched, outdated, clichéd drivel was outrageous. 

I've felt it was on the wane for a couple of years, but I felt like a light was shone on it yesterday afternoon and it looked awful. Whether Cosgrove could do something with a different format I don't know, but Tam Cowan is now perhaps the worst thing on Radio Scotland. 

Feel pretty sorry about it, because it's formed a cornerstone of my Saturday routine for more than twenty years, but it's no longer worth listening to. 

Bet you, you tune in next week.

 

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I hate the whole 'back in my day' bollocks that is always wheeled out by whichever former player(s) they have on whenever there's a red card as a result of a tackle.

They usually call the decision harsh despite saying that by the rules it is a red card, meaning of course it's in no way harsh.

They finish off their rambling pish about how you can't do that 'these days' despite the rules regarding tackling being in place for about 10 years, if not longer.

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Unfortunately Scott McDonald signing for Partick Thistle has not stopped his appearances on Sportsound. 

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On 2/17/2019 at 08:22, Estragon said:

Whether Cosgrove could do something with a different format I don't know, but Tam Cowan is now perhaps the worst thing on Radio Scotland. 

Sandra Brown.

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This is one of those occasions where it would genuinely be much, much quicker to just name the good ones. 

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On 2/17/2019 at 08:22, Estragon said:

I'm finished with Off the Ball. For good.

The disparity between the boys from The Terrace yesterday compared with Cowan's inane, under-researched, outdated, clichéd drivel was outrageous. 

I've felt it was on the wane for a couple of years, but I felt like a light was shone on it yesterday afternoon and it looked awful. Whether Cosgrove could do something with a different format I don't know, but Tam Cowan is now perhaps the worst thing on Radio Scotland. 

Feel pretty sorry about it, because it's formed a cornerstone of my Saturday routine for more than twenty years, but it's no longer worth listening to. 

The Terrace should be glad nobody owns the copyright on the words "body" or "bodied" or they would all be bankrupt with legal fees.

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