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The post about Phil was this morning..you had poured scorn on those criticising Phil recently and frequently.

My ST this year cost me a third of what my 2011 ST did but hey that's right Norman I caved in and bought a ST for a club I have actively supported for the past 40+ years, what a criminal eh.

Yes I am sure that if the club ever does sort itself out then there will be a long queue at that ticket office.

Oh, dear, you just won't put that shovel down, will you?

1. You posted once about Phil this morning - a piss-poor attempt at deflecting from your Club Legend's determination to keep his snout in the trough as long as possible. The post you quoted of mine was an attempt to prove that I had claimed said Legend had not, in fact, taken a pay cut. Embarrassing, eh? Well, yes - for you, as the date of my post clearly falls between Sally claiming he was taking a pay cut and that cut actually being actioned.

2. As the majority of those who criticise Phil are you and yours, of course I pour scorn upon you. You're like needy children, desperate to find someone to blame for your woes. Never mind that the loon was, back in the Summer of Sevco, on occasion proved right, most of us just look upon him as a sort of Green Leggo. That he winds you lot up so much is just a bonus.

3. Firstly, the price is not the issue - the purchase of a ST after your stand against such action shows how principled you are. You can boycott as much as you like now - why should the club give a shit when they've already got your money? All you're doing is contributing to the risible, and highly visible, inflation of attendance figures.

4. Your club hasn't been active for four years, never mind forty.

5. And finally, you and I both know that it won't even have to be active next season. Blue? Ibrox? must be the most successful club in the world, then - roll up, morons, and give us your cash... rinse and repeat. The likes of Bernie Madoff and Allan Stanford would kick themselves if they saw how easy it was to get money from you lot - and it's all legal!

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If only you were not holding on to that Shovel Norman

As I said you quite happy to toe the P & B myth party line and criticise anyone who dares say otherwise, how dare we criticise your favourite blogger.

The price is an issue when you started blabbering about discounts, as for the rest aye, I bought a ST for a club I have actively followed for 40 years, guilty...criminal.

One day you will get over this I am sure.

Hyperbole.

Yep, as you said... gibberish.

P&B, being an open forum, has plenty of diverse opinions - even, and I know this is just fucking crazy talk to you and yours, among fans of the same team. Even your former rivals' fans have the occasional spat. There's only one team's followers who practise the wagon-circling. Care to guess?

Does anybody, really, have a favourite blogger? Sometimes I think you take this Internet lark a wee bit too seriously, you know.

Congratulations on ACTIVELY following football for forty years. Some of us have let family, work, life basically, get in the way. Well Done You.

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Congratulations on ACTIVELY following football for forty years. Some of us have let family, work, life basically, get in the way. Well Done You.

It is possible to have a great family life and work life and still have a spare couple of hours every week or two to take a wee bit time out to watch football. That is just a lame excuse for not being bothered to take the time to go and pay your own money to watch the club you claim to support. You don't need an excuse for not following football or a specific club. I cant quite understand why people look for these excuses...It is your choice! You choose to not actively follow football.

Not just aimed at you WRK but to all those who have used this excuse in the past.

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How would you know what happens outside of the BRALT you loonball?, as soon as you venture out people start laughing at you.

Oh, it's my favourite playground, no doubt about it - as you and yours are reliably amusing toys. I do get around, though - just ask Vicky, he/she follows me fucking everywhere.

It is possible to have a great family life and work life and still have a spare couple of hours every week or two to take a wee bit time out to watch football. That is just a lame excuse for not being bothered to take the time to go and pay your own money to watch the club you claim to support. You don't need an excuse for not following football or a specific club. I cant quite understand why people look for these excuses...It is your choice! You choose to not actively follow football.

Not just aimed at you WRK but to all those who have used this excuse in the past.

Oh, very true. Now, if you can tell me how to get from Yorkshire to Killie, watch the game and get back in a couple of hours, I'm set. ;)

I do actively (sat on my arse isn't what I'd call active, but hey ho) follow the game, and have been to several matches this season, from Killie to Huddersfield, Leeds to the delights of the Humber Premier League. Health issues have got in the way, but even before my illness, in previous seasons the fact that I work at least three weekends in four normally coupled with the family's irrational demands on my time tended to keep even local attendance to a minimum. We don't all live close to our teams, and don't all have the flexibility to arrange work and family around football rather than vice versa.

All in all, though, I'd rather be freezing my nuts off watching Hornsea and Pocklington than sat thinking a SKY subscription makes me a "supporter".

ETA: Should have been two posts apologies, No8., for putting what I hope you take as a reasonable response in the same post as Tedi being shown the respect he deserves.

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If I were a supporter of the team that currently calls itself Rangers I would be hoping that McCoist gets every penny he can from those that currently run the club. I would think that the spivs, conmen and vultures that are feeding off the carcass of what remains -need to be removed. Fan based ownership is the way forward for the dignity of all clubs regardless of size.

It is the same principle as those fans that are boycotting season tickets because they want hurt the parasites that are slowly killing the team they support. Another administration and a few more years way from the top tier might be better in the long run.

“Super Ally” could then use his bounty by giving some of it to a fan-based take over fund and the rest to the staff he says he cares about who have lost their jobs after many years’ service.

It is a cracking soap opera for the rest of us regardless of what happens.

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I can see him leaving in January (fingers crossed) It's a sad state of affairs though as Ally was one of the greatest Rangers legends and sadly all he's doing is damaging his reputation with the fans. If he left at the start of the season all would have been forgotten about.

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How would you know what happens outside of the BRALT you loonball?, as soon as you venture out people start laughing at you.

It's funny cos it's true.

Congratulations on ACTIVELY following football for forty years. Some of us have let family, work, life basically, get in the way. Well Done You.

It's just one excuse after another with you, i've lost count of the amount of reasons you've given for not supporting Kilmarnock (clapped out fiesta is my fave)

My Family - shite.

I'm sure they love you too Norm.

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