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    StevieBC@18.08

    This appears to be an online station with no formal connection to the Blue Room.

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    Ze list. Don’t tell him your name Pike!


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    Scottish football getting the blame. I sense another summit on the horizon.


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    ClydeSSB bodyswerve the weekend’s biggest issue in Scottish football. Quelle suspris.


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    It’s 2 years away but the marketing is starting in earnest. Since it’s quiet like.


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    StevieBC@13.10-

    I had a read through today’s JJ blog on your prompting. It’s familiar territory for JJ and I would agree with you that he’s wading into deep water with the number of actors he cites by name. There is a digital book out shortly so today’s offering may be a teaser and there might be more lurid material available at a price.


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    “Holyrood’s Justice committee stepped up the pressure on the SPFL by calling on the information to be published and urging “transparency”.

    From the Herald today. I suppose in the wake of the trouble around recent marches our Government probably thought something should be done. It will be interesting to see if the SPFL allow the government to publish.