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Haven't Sevco fans suggested this on a regular basis? Good to see them following in their big brothers' footsteps yet again.

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7 minutes ago, Day of the Lords said:

Haven't Sevco fans suggested this on a regular basis? Good to see them following in their big brothers' footsteps yet again.

Yes, so have Celtic.  Did Celtic not fit with your wee tedious comparison?😴

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On 17/08/2020 at 14:11, rudebwoyben said:

As a fan of a non-League English club, I can suggest that they apply for a place in the North East Counties League Division 2 and they can work their way up from there, but that’s not what they actually want, is it?

Northern Counties East League wouldn't have them. They'd have to try for Northern League!

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28 minutes ago, Cornishman said:

Northern Counties East League wouldn't have them. They'd have to try for Northern League.

 The North Northumberland League would be more appropriate. Don't see why the should be parachuted into levels above existing teams.

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Yes, so have Celtic.  Did Celtic not fit with your wee tedious comparison?
Your right mate.....what about Celtic. ?

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On 15/08/2020 at 12:07, Spring Onion said:

Don't need to restructure now, the wise legal mind has a cunning plan. 

Screenshot_20200815-120305_BBC Sport.jpg

Promotion overturned! :whistle

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4 hours ago, RedEd said:

 The North Northumberland League would be more appropriate. Don't see why the should be parachuted into levels above existing teams

There is not a remote chance that Hearts would be admitted into English football leagues, Celtic and Rangers are certainly not wanted.

But! just for arguments sake, Hearts go into the bottom tier of English football, they finish bottom of the league.

Ta-Ta Hearts, they would have to qualify again from the lower tier of English football.

If Deans thinks it would be a good idea of visiting English lower league grounds , similar to Highland & Lowland in Scotland , aye! 12 , 14, 16 hour round trips to the bottom of Kent etc.

Me thinks that the majority of Hearts supporters will prefer to suck it and see, chances are they will be straight back up to the SPL next year.

 

 

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On 17/08/2020 at 20:09, Mr. X said:

Yes, so have Celtic.  Did Celtic not fit with your wee tedious comparison?😴

Your defense to following The Rangers' of, 'No, we act like both sides of the OF' isn't particularly strong tbh.

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9 hours ago, Merkincher Clach & County said:

There is not a remote chance that Hearts would be admitted into English football leagues, Celtic and Rangers are certainly not wanted.

But! just for arguments sake, Hearts go into the bottom tier of English football, they finish bottom of the league.

Ta-Ta Hearts, they would have to qualify again from the lower tier of English football.

If Deans thinks it would be a good idea of visiting English lower league grounds , similar to Highland & Lowland in Scotland , aye! 12 , 14, 16 hour round trips to the bottom of Kent etc.

Me thinks that the majority of Hearts supporters will prefer to suck it and see, chances are they will be straight back up to the SPL next year.

 

 

I don't think anyone is taking the suggestion seriously, not even Leslie Deans. 

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On 17/08/2020 at 17:36, Granny Danger said:

It’s an excuse to allow Jambos to keep posting on here.

BTW thanks for taking Neilson off our hands; I, for one, will be forever grateful.

And don't forget with the added bonus of also being given vast amounts of cash for him too! A lot more, I believe, then we paid to get what looks like a more than able successor.

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On 15/08/2020 at 14:53, GordonD said:

"Failed in their bid to have their PROMOTION overturned?" The Scotsman with its finger on the pulse as usual.

Stick to reporting the egg-chasers, guys.

 

18 hours ago, btb said:

Promotion overturned! :whistle

🙄

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On 15/08/2020 at 12:07, Spring Onion said:

Don't need to restructure now, the wise legal mind has a cunning plan. 

Screenshot_20200815-120305_BBC Sport.jpg

"promotion overturned"? Shome mishtake, shurely?

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On 17/08/2020 at 15:56, Mr. X said:

This thread still going strong I see. Still the same wee diddy supporters.

 Are you's getting all excited? Cute🥰

Wee diddy supporters, but your team's in the wee diddy league...

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1 hour ago, Jacksgranda said:

"promotion overturned"? Shome mishtake, shurely?

You're just taking the piss.

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Q - What's the difference between Leslie Deans and the tiniest penis in the world ?

A - Nope, I don't know either.

 

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5 minutes ago, Wilbur said:

Q - What's the difference between Leslie Deans and the tiniest penis in the world ?

A - Nope, I don't know either.

 

Come on, you must know?

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On 25/05/2020 at 19:24, SJP79 said:

Gordon Strachan: Ex-Scotland boss says too many clubs are not professional enough

Former Scotland boss Gordon Strachan believes too many of the country's senior clubs are not professional enough.

Of the 42 member sides of the SPFL, 22 employ players on a full-time basis, while the remaining 20 are part-time.

Strachan thinks the lack of fully professional sides is holding the game back.

"If you want to be a professional club, show it," he told the BBC's Scottish football podcast.

"Have full-time employees, have full-time players, have an academy, do the whole lot. Just don't play at being a football team and expect us to look after you.

"When you talk about clubs coming into the league, what are they bringing in? Two hundred people per week to a game, is that really professional football?

"The teams in the bottom two leagues at the moment, in general, how many players have they produced over the last 14 years?"

Bump to exactly three months later: Dundee under technical director, erm, Gordon Strachan punt their entire paid academy coaching staff:

https://www.thecourier.co.uk/fp/sport/football/dundee-fc/1532860/breaking-dundee-fc-axe-academy-staff-cost-cutting/?utm_source=twitter&utm_medium=social

You hate to see it happen. 

Edited by vikingTON

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First cost cutting exercise should be the absolutely frivolous 'technical director' at a diddy club such as Dundee.

 

 

 

 

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Strachan truly is an absolute cretin who has no place in Scottish football.

A pish talking bitter old moron with archaic ideas that are hilariously incompatible with the reality of our game.

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