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17 hours ago, CambieBud said:

Haha. This is exactly the problem with the 21st Century in sport. Professional male sport has always and will always be primarily aimed at a male audience. Women’s football is an entirely different game and unless I am wrong, is being aimed at a different audience. No problem with any of that. Nothing to do with leftie wokeness, Livilion. Personally I have never watched a women’s football match. I have no issue at all with Sky pouring vast sums into that sport, as it has a growing interest among young girls. Good for them. 
I don’t understand why there has to be a gender crossover when there is no comparison between the games. 
Before using the boring wokeness line, maybe you suggest that professional football teams should have a quota of female players? Or should male and female teams compete against each other? 
Many suggest that ex old firm players slavering away about their ex clubs are dreadful examples and you are right. But at least ex players have an understanding of the game they are talking about. 

You were one of the ones absolutely raging when Soccer Saturday got rid of Nicholas, Le Tissier and Thompson, weren't you??

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31 minutes ago, 10menwent2mow said:

You were one of the ones absolutely raging when Soccer Saturday got rid of Nicholas, Le Tissier and Thompson, weren't you??

The Gold Standard examples of why being a man/ex footballer guarantees nothing in terms of quality.....

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1 minute ago, Bairnardo said:

The Gold Standard examples of why being a man/ex footballer guarantees nothing in terms of quality.....

Aye, but Bantz n that. 

Who wants to listen to someone coherent and knowledgeable like Matt Murray when you can listen to Charlie Nicholas unable to pronounce the names of half the players. 

Only thing that pissed me off was that they kept Merson because they were afraid he'd go even more off the rails. 

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I’m old enough to remember when Hearts were a yo-yo club in the late 70s and early 80s and you spent 3 seasons in the old First Division. Hibs also went up and down.



Everyone over the age of 10 is old enough to remember Hearts being a yo-yo club.
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11 minutes ago, thisGRAEME said:

The obvious is obvious, but the red white and blue hanging baskets in the garden are a really nice touch.

There's something lurking in the shed as well. Perhaps a 'Europe League Winners' banner, waiting for a sunnier day?

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1 hour ago, lubo_blaha said:

 


Everyone over the age of 10 is old enough to remember Hearts being a yo-yo club.

 

Difference being that the two recent relegations were caused by an administration (points deduction) and the early end to season due to Covid and a delicious goal at St Mirren Park on the final game in 2020 by Jon Obika.

In the late 70s and early 80s they were just shit and relegated 3 times. 😂 

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22 hours ago, CambieBud said:

Haha. This is exactly the problem with the 21st Century in sport. Professional male sport has always and will always be primarily aimed at a male audience. Women’s football is an entirely different game and unless I am wrong, is being aimed at a different audience. No problem with any of that. Nothing to do with leftie wokeness, Livilion. Personally I have never watched a women’s football match. I have no issue at all with Sky pouring vast sums into that sport, as it has a growing interest among young girls. Good for them. 
I don’t understand why there has to be a gender crossover when there is no comparison between the games

CambieBud: Women's football is entirely different to men's football. There is no way to compare them.
Also CambieBud: I have never watched a game of women's football.

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3 hours ago, AJF said:

As far as football themed home bars go, that's certainly one of the better ones.

I hope the new owner updates it with the new badge. Can’t have a bar like that with an outdated badge as the centrepiece.

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3 hours ago, Sherrif John Bunnell said:

There are parts of Paisley that are sought after?

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"most sought after" means "this is an area where your neighbours are most sought after. By the Polis"

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