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dougiedanger

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  1. It was awful, very sad, and there was a big travelling support, a wee rammy with the Huntly fans, a protest on the pitch at the end but overall a sense of defeat and of something very special coming to an end.
  2. From the Daily Record: As for Scot Gardiner, the Caley Thistle chief executive who had his day in the limelight during that Sportsound bunfight? He’s been hailed for “offering the fans clarity”, but in truth he cleared up nothing. All he did was klype on Dundee for ticking ‘No’ on their ballot paper then failing to get it in on time. Great radio and a story that filled acres of space in every Sunday paper, but a contribution that seemed more than a tad stage-managed, particularly when the former Rangers employee and lifelong fan had to take his dog Cooper for a pee just as
  3. Odd that such a principled stance by the ICT CEO should be cited and used as back up by TRFC, a club not exactly known for being driven by any principle other than self interest.
  4. Crikey, that wee Westie needed a slash at an inopportune moment.
  5. It's not like The Rangers to act in a completely unprofessional, dishonest way, and to make such an utter fool of themselves, so unlike them.
  6. Even more "interesting" comments in SPFL's response. What an embarrassment that club is.
  7. Crikey, nae luck AD, both yer teams died.
  8. Geordie Stewart was a prince of footballers, just a young genius with the ball at his feet.
  9. The Better Together mob would say that, shameless as the UK falls apart, dragging Scotland down with it.
  10. Well, that's Scotland out of Europe, not what it voted for, now denied by Tory toffs any say in its own future. Better together...
  11. Not seeing any dangling mate...
  12. Why are people so convinced he wants to leave?
  13. Do people really think a club going for a historic 9 or 10 in a row is looking to offload a key player at a crucial time in the season? Or that even if that very happy and settled player was looking to leave, his club would spend precious time renegotiating an agreed contractual arrangement? There is one club here that is desperate for cash, which makes Buster's post above the most credible. He also has a long way to go to justify any 20m transfer fee.
  14. Where's all the unionists telling us that Better Together would keep us in Europe and save us from narrow-minded nationalism and xenophobia? How's that working out for ya guys?
  15. Inverness has always been a football town, and has/had some of the oldest clubs in the world. For more than a century, the town supported 3 or 4 thriving clubs. So, whatever the problems ICT have, it is not that the town has no football culture or history. Quite the opposite.
  16. Centuries of deforestation, SP, indigenous trees replaced by the hideous forestry plantations you see in the photo. Check out Trees for Life, they are working to bring back the natural flora and fauna.
  17. Won't someone please spare a thought and a penny for the poor middle-class people who can't play football.?
  18. Classic night, funny, don't remember the snow... Alec Young, Norman Miller... Bonus was Section B getting sent home with a flea in their ear.
  19. What did ye used to have? Hamburgers in gravy, delicious, like those Goblin hamburgers ye used to get in a tin.
  20. Ah man, chicken curry, rice, and chips...
  21. One time at training, the new thing was 'change of pace,' so all the drills were about change of pace and beating yer man, all that. Next game, up at Milton, JB on the touchline as animated as ever. The rather rotund full back, 'Donnie', gets the ball, big bit of space in front of him, into which he lumbers gradually. 'Change of pace, Donnie, man, change of pace...' JB yells. Donnie's mind is willing, he pushes his head forward to see if that will help, but to no avail, still in slow motion... JB punches the ground, raging. 'Aw fer fck's' sake, Donnie, ah didn't mean t
  22. Massive part of so many of our lives, gave up everything for his teams, not that we properly appreciated him, but the influence he had on so many young people will stand. He would rant on for nearly all of half time, then with about a minute left would turn to Jackie and ask if he had anything to add. ‘No John, I think you’ve covered everything.’ The Beaton Generation.
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