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Hearts v Rangers, 2nd Dec 2018, 12:00

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6 hours ago, RedRob72 said:


You think Killie are the side that will push Celt*c the furthest this term, fair enough.

If you could just point out where I said that?

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32 minutes ago, Romeo said:

If you could just point out where I said that?

You implied......

 

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You implied......
 
"implied"

Ok then, thanks for confirming I never said anything of the sort. I'm sure he can answer himself though.

Cheers.

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Hearts to lose and Tommy Robinson to switch to the away end at half time.....

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1 hour ago, sjc said:

Hearts to lose and Tommy Robinson to switch to the away end at half time.....

Id say it's an absolute cert that the away vermin at some stage during the game sing "there's only one Tommy Robinson" 

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Id say it's an absolute cert that the away vermin at some stage during the game sing "there's only one Tommy Robinson" 

And, sadly, no doubt some of the knuckle draggers in the home support will join in. Let’s hope we’re both wrong.

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1 minute ago, Bohemian said:

Id say it's an absolute cert that the away vermin at some stage during the game sing "there's only one Tommy Robinson" 

I'd have thought they'd have gone for:

"There's only one Stephen Christopher Yaxley-Lennon" They don't like name changes that lot.....

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2 minutes ago, sjc said:

I'd have thought they'd have gone for:

"There's only one Stephen Christopher Yaxley-Lennon" They don't like name changes that lot.....

It's also a bit "irishy"

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2 minutes ago, NJ2 said:


And, sadly, no doubt some of the knuckle draggers in the home support will join in. Let’s hope we’re both wrong.

It will be a sad day for Scottish football but unfortunately look who is involved and it's on TV.  

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Anyway, here’s our team. A back 5, f**k knows who’s where in midfield and Maclean upfront himself. Berra back but Dunne out.

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18 minutes ago, NJ2 said:

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Anyway, here’s our team. A back 5, f**k knows who’s where in midfield and Maclean upfront himself. Berra back but Dunne out.

I think 0-0 will be a decent bet

Edit.. and a red card

Edited by Bohemian

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Rob McLean says there’s not a spare seat to be had whilst there are numerous spare seats visible on the screen.

 

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Who is the co-summariser along with Michael Stewart?

He has the habit of using the same word about six times whenever he makes a point.

‘Potentially’ being a big favourite

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Who is the co-summariser along with Michael Stewart?
He has the habit of using the same word about six times whenever he makes a point.
‘Potentially’ being a big favourite

Sounds like Scott Booth.

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