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1aberdonian last won the day on August 26 2010

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  1. I won't bother correcting your grammar and spelling then. I was having trouble communicating with the grunts from the caley massive; I mean using three syllable words in succession is not exactly showing off! Oh and try some punctuation too...,,,,(sic)
  2. What do you expect - we are way past Watford which seems as far as the London-centric BBC panelists are prepare to aknowledge.
  3. Only as good as your last game- no need for specifics and past glories- Caley may get there - i don't deny it ,but presently they are also -rans. Build a team and take your chances- there is only room for one big fish in this wee pond up here and it's not Caley T.
  4. You are assuming I live in the REAL capital of the Highlands- but due to work commitments it is probably somewhat closer to Inverness than yourself . Incidentally, this 'Haddie' actually goes to the matches! ......and is not blinded by devotion. Geography not your strong point either? Officially Aberdeen is not in the Highlands. Geographically it is the Highlands! - not regionally, but The Highland Boundry fault starts above Stirling in my atlas. Anyway, another example of ICT fans going off topic to avoid talking about real football issues - of which Thistle hav
  5. This is Fail. I think it's a fair, if not slightly glib and cavalier, comment. I don't think it warrants all the negative comments and nearly working smilies aimed at it. I thought ICT fans of all people would have a sense of humour.
  6. You are assuming I live in the REAL capital of the Highlands- but due to work commitments it is probably somewhat closer to Inverness than yourself . Incidentally, this 'Haddie' actually goes to the matches! ......and is not blinded by devotion. Geography not your strong point either? Officially Aberdeen is not in the Highlands. Geographically it is the Highlands! - not regionally, but The Highland Boundry fault starts above Stirling in my atlas. Anyway, another example of ICT fans going off topic to avoid talking about real football issues - of which Thistle have plen
  7. You are assuming I live in the REAL capital of the Highlands- but due to work commitments it is probably somewhat closer to Inverness than yourself . Incidentally, this 'Haddie' actually goes to the matches! ......and is not blinded by devotion.
  8. Well folks, good result for the wee highland team this week. However I think this needs to be put in pespective, Dundee Utd are a weak kitten in comparison to last season's cup winning, table stormers. Looking at the highlights Celtic knocked you up and down for 90mins the previous week. To be honest I think its about time that ICT faced up to it that the best chance the Highlands have of being effectively represented in the top flight is to support ABERDEEN ! Top of the table and going strong. A club with a pedigree and heritage to prove that one we could contenders again. I
  9. Total nonsense! We only need ten teams in this league to keep the standard high. I mean, nobody wants to watch a bunch of pub football teams all running around the pitch chasing the ball. If you remember the early days of the premier league attendances went up in correlation with, in my opinion, the level of skill. Lets keep a high standard here and not dilute the league with also rans.
  10. My point exactly.. I?m not suggesting a dark conspiracy theory involving sleepers, clandestine meetings and secret clubs, but just a good run of decisions. Leading to a score sheet -and subsequent points gained- not reflecting the team?s current true ability/ performance.
  11. Many of you may think that big Tel did his bit this year... -BUT, have you considered the number of desicions that could have gone either way and had effect on a respectable scoreline. I don't want to get in to semantics but i can't help thinking his credentials and established connections may have helped. You don't leave Rangers' captaincy without still having fingers in a few pies. I mean he wouldn't have got a job at Aberdeen. :tonguecheek:
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