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  1. 나는 당신과 동의합니다
    4 points
  2. Goal Compilation that I bashed out this evening.
    3 points
  3. Quite agree about the involvement of the Colts teams Jack but I was never a fan of including clubs from the other countries. It was a bit of a novelty but I thought it tended to devalue the tournament, despite the quality of the teams taking part. It is after all a Scottish tournament and think the addition of the Lowland and Highland league clubs is an improvement.
    3 points
  4. Yes, must be true that McCann will be the new manager. Plus we have signed Lyndon Dykes to replace Toddy. 100% believable both scenarios. Looking forward to 21/22 season now for sure plus I'll buy 10 season tickets.
    2 points
  5. All good now, cheers 🙂 finished product is in the Easter Road Bound thread
    1 point
  6. Liam Fox joined Hibs from Livi. He was never going to join us, our closing date for applications today with interviews next week and he wouldn’t quit have his job without having something concrete lined up.
    1 point
  7. Next season Blue top, white shorts and red socks with a black stripe
    1 point
  8. Saying all the right things but I've heard such things before so we'll see what comes to fruition. Still no apology for our woeful streaming service this season though which ST holders paid through nose for. I get the impression SG doesn't like to admit when he gets things wrong.
    1 point
  9. The answer to that may well become clearer in the next week or so with the appointment of our new head coach. Get it right and there is no reason why we can't regain our place in the Premiership. Get it wrong and we could well find ourselves unchained from the Championship in a very different and much less palatable direction. A big and very important decision to be made very soon.
    1 point
  10. Greater representation of Highland and Lowland League teams is most welcome. Reserve of Youth teams of Premiership clubs though should have no place in this tournament.
    1 point
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