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Mulligan scores for the U21s. Can't find a stream anywhere though.

Delighted to see the boy continue to progress, hopefully the international break is good for a return to form for club. That and being played in a midfield three.

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41 minutes ago, RawB93 said:

Mulligan scores for the U21s. Can't find a stream anywhere though.

Delighted to see the boy continue to progress, hopefully the international break is good for a return to form for club. That and being played in a midfield three.

Game was on N. Ireland You Tube channel. Good to see Josh getting the full 90 minutes especially after getting booked in the 2nd minute!! I had to go out so only saw the first 15 and last 15 minutes but he looked like he equipped himself well and scored from a rebound off the post.

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5 minutes ago, johnnydun said:

I think we need to market Mulligan better as a club, like Aberdeen did with Ramsay. We need to get the press to big him up.

'Rangers in 50,000 bid to land Dundee "starlet"' type pish in the Record usually does the trick... in terms of unsettling the player so much that they f**k off in the next window for peanuts.

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1 minute ago, Boo Khaki said:

'Rangers in 50,000 bid to land Dundee "starlet"' type pish in the Record usually does the trick... in terms of unsettling the player so much that they f**k off in the next window for peanuts.

I would prefer if they made up something like 'Leeds United plan £1.25m swoop for Dens kid'. Just enough to be believable, but never going to happen.

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Just noticed Hartley's been punted by Hartlepool.

Weird career the guy is having. Seems to do just fine at taking small clubs up several levels, but falls down once he steps up to a bigger job. I still think his time at Dens was a success on the whole, but I was stunned by his admission that he'd 'run out of ideas'. Appears to be an ongoing theme.

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7 minutes ago, Boo Khaki said:

Just noticed Hartley's been punted by Hartlepool.

Weird career the guy is having. Seems to do just fine at taking small clubs up several levels, but falls down once he steps up to a bigger job. I still think his time at Dens was a success on the whole, but I was stunned by his admission that he'd 'run out of ideas'. Appears to be an ongoing theme.

I see they’ve temporarily gone for ‘Mr League Two’ Keith Curle. 

Probably a safe pair of hands. 

Just read they’ve approached Agent Ross!

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1 hour ago, Boo Khaki said:

Other than Scouse, is there a more nails-down-a-blackboard accent in the UK?

I'm likely in the minority but I think Scouse is one of the best accents in the UK. Anything that well developed and instantly recognisable gets pass marks from me.

Having said that, weegie is my least favourite by a considerable distance.

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I get that it's all subjective, but you are genuinely the first non-scouser I've ever heard say they like that accent. 

Scouse, Manc, nasal Weegie, and London 'street' accents all give me the boak, but I know a lovely Geordie lass who is a nurse and I could listen to her chat away all day :wub:

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Don't mind Hartley, brought some happy times, and then reached his level, far better than McPake. IMO.

He’s the best manager we’ve had since Jocky.

Don’t mind the scouse accent but the scousers are a right bunch of militant b*****ds. I once had to manage a female scouser, feckin impossible.
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10 hours ago, Boo Khaki said:

I get that it's all subjective, but you are genuinely the first non-scouser I've ever heard say they like that accent. 

Scouse, Manc, nasal Weegie, and London 'street' accents all give me the boak, but I know a lovely Geordie lass who is a nurse and I could listen to her chat away all day :wub:

You forgot the Brummie accent - possibly the worst of all. Manc is interesting as North Manchester and South Manchester are different.  I had a good mate who was a Geordie - no problem with the accent but after a few pints became a bit difficult to understand.  Unlike the Irish girl I knew, even without pints it was impossible to understand her.  

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