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The Meh Derby - 24/11/2018 - When Juggernauts collide

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Just now, PauloPerth said:

I've never really understood that about the likes of kilmarnock (and Dundee). You'd think they'd want to stay away from anything that associates them with their big brothers, and yet almost every song they sing is some old firm tribute (mostly rangers connected, obviously).

Used to cringe when we sang Hail Hail (very occasionally,) luckily not heard it for about ten years now. It’s an absolute minter. As was the boy unfurling that hideous union flag in the home end today by the way, get that in the bin.

 

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At Muirton Saints fans used to sing hail hail, and hello hello we are the Muirton boys. Never heard that one at McD thankfully.

Delighted we have nothing at all old firmy about us.

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Thought that was a really good game for a 0-0 - both teams showing a lot of endeavour to get forward, but most of the attacking players on the park had off-days when it came to the final pass or shot. Thought our central midfield two were excellent, and both of Saints centre-backs played really well. No reason why both clubs can't be involved in the battle for third (or even second).

Not surprised to see folk on here criticising the performance of one of our forward players, but astonished to see that it's Boyd rather than Ndjoli. The boy plays like the entire concept of football has just been explained to him about 30 seconds before he steps out on the pitch. It was no accident that we improved tenfold when we put Jones on for him 10 minutes into the second half. He must have single-handedly killed about 6 or 7 promising counter-attacks - the highlight was just before half-time when he had 50 yards of space in front of him to run into down the right and instead he cut inside and went looking for a foul.

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4 minutes ago, craigkillie said:

but most of the attacking players on the park had off-days when it came to the final pass or shot.

Two very good in-form defences were a big factor in this I would say.

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22 minutes ago, PauloPerth said:

 

At Muirton Saints fans used to sing hail hail, and hello hello we are the Muirton boys. Never heard that one at McD thankfully.

Delighted we have nothing at all old firmy about us.

Old farmy mibbee. 

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2 hours ago, ali_91 said:

f**k the SFA, the billy boys, no one likes us (???). Some effort from the Ayrshire ****. 

It’s the tune of an American marching song during the civil war. Killie adopted the tune decades ago.

 

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1 minute ago, the west curve said:

It’s the tune of an American marching song during the civil war. Killie adopted the tune decades ago.

 

Well unadopt it, you all know what it is. Unbefitting. 

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2 minutes ago, the west curve said:

It’s the tune of an American marching song during the civil war. Killie adopted the tune decades ago.

 

Almost all football chants these days are variations of the same song amended to suit each team. Other than some eejits on here Saints are generally a pretty unoffensive club and do lots of things right. They do deserve a better support than they get .

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2 minutes ago, killiemilan said:

Almost all football chants these days are variations of the same song amended to suit each team. Other than some eejits on here Saints are generally a pretty unoffensive club and do lots of things right. They do deserve a better support than they get .

You can sing versions of the same song without singing the song that is most associated with right wing, sectarian, anti Catholic sentiment in Scotland. You shouldn’t be singing it, it’s a complete embarrassment for you. 

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I sing Killie Boys even louder when i hear the sweet boos of the opposition. The faces on some of the hearts fans 2 weeks ago were a treasure.

Surprised these lot know what a song is though :rolleyes:

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2 minutes ago, ali_91 said:

You can sing versions of the same song without singing the song that is most associated with right wing, sectarian, anti Catholic sentiment in Scotland. You shouldn’t be singing it, it’s a complete embarrassment for you. 

thanks for the lecture on morality.

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2 hours ago, Howlin Wilf said:

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Slightly better but still poor.You really need to tone down the "Daft Laddie Talking bollocks" stuff a bit..Less is more if you want bigger bites..Hope this helps 

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Are all Saints fans as condescending and righteous as you?  Rhetorical question just read this thread.. 

 

31 minutes ago, Lang Toon Saintee said:

Slightly better but still poor.You really need to tone down the "Daft Laddie Talking bollocks" stuff a bit..Less is more if you want bigger bites..Hope this helps 

 

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6 minutes ago, Howlin Wilf said:

Are all Saints fans as condescending and righteous as you?  Rhetorical question just read this thread.. 

 

 

Yes. We all vote conservative and own range rovers, thus making us better than the peasants from Kilmarnock. 

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2 minutes ago, Kyle said:

Yes. We all vote conservative and own range rovers, thus making us better than the peasants from Kilmarnock. 

Took my Range Rover back, shite car.

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1 hour ago, ali_91 said:

You can sing versions of the same song without singing the song that is most associated with right wing, sectarian, anti Catholic sentiment in Scotland. You shouldn’t be singing it, it’s a complete embarrassment for you. 

How excactlly is an American marching tune anti catholic? Education will tell you that many catholics sang it and in fact a catholic wrote the tune.

 

 

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3 minutes ago, the west curve said:

How excactlly is an American marching tune anti catholic? Education will tell you that many catholics sang it and in fact a catholic wrote the tune.

 

 

And the swastika was a symbol of divinity back in the day. Wouldn’t wear it now cause I’m not a Nazi. I assume there’s a big number of Kilmarnock fans that hate the Killie boys cause of the connotations. You hear that and you think ***. 

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