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    Steven Hislop has been appointed manager at Whitehill Welfare in the Lowland League. David Bingham will be his assistant.
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    This blame and grievance culture from the Nationalists has to stop. I realise that it won't, because history tells us that Nationalists always win votes / gain power by blaming others. They tell us we need them in order to end austerity. Very similar to another well known but now defunct Nationalist Party who told the people of their country that they need them to end the economic stagnation. Of course, if we need them, then there's ALWAYS a group of people who we really really don't need. In this case, it's the English, to be specific it's middle class English they seem to despise. They really do despise anyone who votes Conservatives. The hatred and venom from Nicola Sturgeon when she uses the word 'Tory' is menacing. Lots of codes are used in order to seem not racist / bigoted. 'English' is replaced with 'Westminster' or 'London'. Not all of us are fooled though.
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    Glad to hear doran is making a good recovery...would be delighted to see him get a run this season, and the difference he would make should be competing for fourth or fight against killie would be huge. I also hope the club give him a contract for next season because he is a big player for us and seem a willing to stay. Hopefully Raven, brill and mutumbo will be back shortly so they can all get a run in the team and prove themselves worthy. Alex fisher has a chipped bone and had been ruled out for 2-3 months as far as I know
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    Inverness Caledonian Thistle have told Partick Thistle they plan to talk to midfield trio Stuart Bannigan, Steven Lawless and Abdul Osman, who are all out of contract this summer, about a switch to their Scottish Premiership rivals next season From BBC sport this morning, because we all know what we actually need is more midfielders
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    If what I heard is true the demands were not solely financial, although the financial aspect was also far higher than we were comfortable with. IMHO he was clearly trying to use us to put himself in the shop window and valued himself far higher than most here would have thought. ICT was a paycheque nothing more, no affinity for club or supporters so glad we didn't accede to or negotiate his demands. Would far rather we spend that money on hardworking members of the existing squad or younger players who appreciate the club, its supporters, and the privileged position they have as professional athletes even if they are not pulling in wages like Ronaldo or Messi !
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    I'd encourage everyone to take 10mins to fill in this survey. I know a lot of folk have strong opinions about the game in Scotland so here's a chance to share them with the people in charge. http://spfl.co.uk/news/article/survey--have-your-say-on-the-future/ Not the greatest survey ever but it's something
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    I quite liked the January transfer window thread on here because it brought a lot of speculation and good discussion between posters. How would you like to see the summer window go? Where should we strengthen? Who should leave the club? My wish list for next season that we strengthen in the left back and attacking options. Keeping guys like Miles Storey and Owain Fon Williams should be an imperative. Noticed in in the daily record today that John Fleck is looking for another club. Would be an ideal replacement for Ryan Christie. El Bahkatoui of Dunfermline would be a fantastic addition to our club too. Hope we get our business done early doors.
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    You are spot on Ed. Excellent post. The cultivation of perceived grievances is standard Nationalist practice wherever you go - whether it's austerity blamed on the English (aka Westminster) and the Tories.... or defeat in World War 1 and the Depression blamed on the Jews and the Communists. There are plenty of other disturbing parallels such as the Sturm Macteilung roaming Scotland's streets and the Cybernats polluting the ether at referendum time, the burning of literature they don't like, the boycotting of businesses they don't like (for Finkelstein read Tunnock), the diktat against believing or stating anything outwith party dogma, attempts to render Party and State indistinguishable, bullies in the Reichstag and the 53.5 members of the Westminster Ajockalypse squad, the conflation of national and party emblems..... and I wonder who will win the race between the Reverend Whinge Over Skintland and The National to become the new Volkischer Beobachter? Oh yes, and the Germans also came to regret bitterly the way they had voted in droves in 1933 - so watch this space. Strangely, though, there's one parallel which defeats me - I just can't think of an equivalent of the gormless public school muppet who is a shoe in to be re-elected by the discerning nationalists of Inverness
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    So who should we vote for up here? I don't like the SNP and I could never vote for a nationalist party. Far too authoritarian for me. Named person scheme, offensive behaviour at football act etc. I am not very impressed with the other parties though. Who to vote for. hmmmm.
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    David Proctor have signed for East Kilbride.
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    Just looking at the list of out of contract players on Narey's Toepoker there and I see Ziggy Gordon is out of contract at Accies this summer. Now chances are bigger clubs than us might be in for him, but if the chance was there I'd take him in a second. I would even go as far as to say that he's better than David Raven. Jesus Garcia Tena and Tagliapetra are also out of contract there as well and I reckon both would be decent signings for us. Both would add a bit of height to the backline and I'm sure Garcia Tena is excellent from set-pieces, along with being left footed so he would bring something a bit different. Granted, neither are as good as Meekings and Warren, but I'd say both are better than Devine.
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    Good informative article. I would love to see Aaron given a new contract and the opportunity to establish himself again as a first team regular.
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    To be fair if all we have at the end of the season is draper and Tansey signed up then these 3 wouldn't be the worst signings! As good as each of them are though, they aren't coming from a team that's be superb! We've had a poor season, particks had an average season...that to me is the difference in players we recruit but still, 3 decent players! I'd agree in some respects that we need to sign out of contract players soon but it's getting late in the season and the later we leave signing up new players the less likely it'll be that we get the ones we're looking at! Bahktoui would be a fantastic signing...however it'll take some about of luck to get him!
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    It was opened as such before becoming the Empire Theatre and the "pictures" went to the Playhouse and the La Scala.
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    Val Doonican AND the Corries? That's a lot of white jumpers!
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    "Paddy McGinty's Goat" is a good laugh but I'm not so sure about a couple of guys strumming guitars, sticking their bums out and belting out pseudo-romantic mince about the Jacobites.
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    Scarlet.... I don't think you quite "got it". If you mother was born "along with" your uncles, then that suggests a multiple birth. And if it was "all" your uncles, that suggests at least three of them. So if you add in your mother, that makes at least four - or quads!
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