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30 minutes ago, YassinMoutaouakil said:

...yes there must be more to life, than stereotypes. But nevertheless, they're quite fun.

Celtic managers have wee specky ginger guy energy, regardless of actual height, visual impairments or hair colour. When things are going well they have decent patter and can be fairly affable, but when they're under pressure they turn into sarcastic, bitter arseholes with a chip on their shoulder about absolutely everything and everyone. (O'Neill, Strachan, Lennon, Rodgers.)

Hibs have a conveyor belt of gallus young homegrown strikers with blonde hair who are ridiculously talented but also some combination of either incredibly thick or completely mental that prevents them from fulfilling their full potential. (O'Connor, Riordan, Griffiths, Cummings)

St Johnstone have a team of 10 nondescript Scots and one exotic baller who is absolutely class, usually either from the Mediterranean, former Yugoslavia or the Middle East.

 

Motherwell do invertebrates

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Well hopefully we can break this stereotype this season, but St Mirren have a bunch of journeymen with a couple of talented but lazy ballers who only really turn up for that one game where it really, really matters.

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16 minutes ago, GAD said:

Well hopefully we can break this stereotype this season, but St Mirren have a bunch of journeymen with a couple of talented but lazy ballers who only really turn up for that one game where it really, really matters.

I also feel late 00s St Mirren had a disproportionate amount of bald guys.

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Hearts are a big and fizzical team, even if they're playing eleven academy players for a whole season during administration.

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One obvious stereotype that will be broken this season is the crazy assumption that Motherwell can't be relegated from this league.

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33 minutes ago, GAD said:

Well hopefully we can break this stereotype this season, but St Mirren have a bunch of journeymen with a couple of talented but lazy ballers who only really turn up for that one game where it really, really matters.

beating the rangers ?!

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14 minutes ago, Ric said:

One obvious stereotype that will be broken this season is the crazy assumption that Motherwell can't be relegated from this league.

Do you know what a stereotype is?

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Killie - mostly ex-Rangers players.  

Livvy - criminals.

County - ex Caley feeder club, now use Caley as their feeder club, don't like playing on the Sabbath.  

Accies - use an average of 863 players per season, of whom three turn out to be decent, and keep them up.  

Aberdeen - always shit the bed in Glasgow, stuck in the 1980s.

Hibs - skilful midgets, Brazil 1970 without the tendency to win when it matters.

Dundee United - I don't really know much about these guys.  Recent addition to the league.  

 

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Celtic- the fans, players and coaching staff have an extra special bond that is totally unique to their club.

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2 hours ago, YassinMoutaouakil said:

...yes there must be more to life, than stereotypes. But nevertheless, they're quite fun.

Celtic managers have wee specky ginger guy energy, regardless of actual height, visual impairments or hair colour. When things are going well they have decent patter and can be fairly affable, but when they're under pressure they turn into sarcastic, bitter arseholes with a chip on their shoulder about absolutely everything and everyone. (O'Neill, Strachan, Lennon, Rodgers.)

Hibs have a conveyor belt of gallus young homegrown strikers with blonde hair who are ridiculously talented but also some combination of either incredibly thick or completely mental that prevents them from fulfilling their full potential. (O'Connor, Riordan, Griffiths, Cummings)

St Johnstone have a team of 10 nondescript Scots and one exotic baller who is absolutely class, usually either from the Mediterranean, former Yugoslavia or the Middle East.

 

* or Bridge of Earn/ Canada

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Celtic or Rangers - any player from foreign shores who signs for them, especially from within Scotland, declares it to have been some sort of lifetime ambition / dream.

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4 minutes ago, PauloPerth said:

* or Bridge of Earn/ Canada

I always hoped Wotherspoon would start putting on a Canadian twang in post match interviews.

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14 minutes ago, YassinMoutaouakil said:

Do you know what a stereotype is?

If you are saying that because of my comment, it would suggest you don't.

 

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1 minute ago, Ric said:

If you are saying that because of my comment, it would suggest you don't.

 

"What stereotype do you associate with Motherwell?" 

"Not getting relegated" 

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6 minutes ago, TonyFerrino said:

Celtic or Rangers - any player from foreign shores who signs for them, especially from within Scotland, declares it to have been some sort of lifetime ambition / dream.

Jalalabad Loyal. 

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6 minutes ago, YassinMoutaouakil said:

"What stereotype do you associate with Motherwell?" 

"Not getting relegated" 

Considering it's a well worn trope on here, it seems a valid stereotype.

 

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26 minutes ago, The Saintee said:

Celtic- the fans, players and coaching staff have an extra special bond that is totally unique to their club.

In the entire world.

22 minutes ago, TonyFerrino said:

Celtic or Rangers - any player from foreign shores who signs for them, especially from within Scotland, declares it to have been some sort of lifetime ambition / dream.

And none of them have ever played in an atmosphere like the Old Firm derby*

 

 

*Despite the fact that many of them have indeed played in an atmosphere like the Old Firm derby, sometimes in many across different countries.

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Every team in the lower leagues have at least one plumber and one sparky on the team sheet.

*Football players are completely incapable of kicking the ball competently with their 'weaker' foot considering that is actually a fairly major aspect of their job.

Every player in the lower leagues are somehow not as fit as full time pros.

 

*Unfortunately not that much of a stereotype.

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