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    Homunculus 10th March 2019 at 21:23 ……………  I Never go to the Darksideblush I suppose i just don't want to show myself what i have read of that site.

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    We won't have to listen to the build up for an old firm semi Thank god.

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    Trisidium 11th March 2019 at 10:27
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    John Clark
    There is of course the argument that the maintenance of sectarianism, racism and tribalism, all of which is readily monetised, is one of the main drivers of corruption in the sport.
    Ridding ourselves of that, despite the best endeavours of the football authorities, at well have a beneficent knock-on effect at Hampden.
    That time the SFA fined Charles Green for making alleged racist remarks.

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    Allyjambo 10th March 2019 at 09:43
    I think there is much more for clubs, particularly small clubs, to fear in the way of fallout, just ask those of whom Super Ally demanded, ‘Who are these people? We have a right to know?’

    I believe there is a genuine fear of severe physical abuse amongst those running Scottish football clubs (and the game’s governors) should they ever highlight, in any way, the corruption surrounding Rangers (IL) or TRFC. – and not without good cause.
    Gary Allan QC did call out Ally for putting him his family and others in danger.Oct 27, 2012.
    At what point do clubs start to stand up for themselves and say enough is enough.

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    Now the season is almost over for most clubs, this is when the SMSM have a free hand in speculation just to try and sell a few more copies of their daily rags. Remember and look out for. A spokesperson said. A source close to the action. It's been rumourd. It's been known. And a taxi driver said. Find these and many other examples in articles and you know it is just made up pi** for the most part….. Happy new year….Well it feels like it.sad

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    Bill1903 25th May 2019 at 06:35
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    Normally cheer for the underdog but today for selfish European reasons I’ll be cheering for Celtic!!

    Hail hail etc smiley
    European football for Aberdeen then

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    upthehoops 25th May 2019 at 09:27
    Rangers were cheating the public purse out of tens of millions which went on for a decade. Between the bank money, and the money stolen from the public purse, Rangers enjoyed huge success. It was such a false position, yet they and their fans, and their huge number of media backers have the audacity to laud those days as one of the greatest periods in Rangers history. It was cheating on a scale never seen before in British football,
    From Phil’s latest.

    Sevco investing in roof development

    Is anything down ibrox way done in a straight line?
    Bill1903 25th May 2019 at 06:35
    Normally cheer for the underdog but today for selfish European reasons I’ll be cheering for Celtic!!
    Down ibrox way they will be cheering anything but celtic just for selfish reasons.

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    Corrupt official 24th May 2019 at 20:34
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     To be honest, I expected more of a reaction to how the WFA dealt with the cheating ways of Bangor

    To be honest i never expected any SMSM to run comparisons or full page articles on the difference between the WFA’s handling of the situation to the SFA’S handling of the cheating ways of rangers.
    And i got what i expected from the SMSM.
    Move along nothing to see or report here.

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    StevieBC 24th May 2019 at 10:53
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    Well, we all saw that ‘Armageddon’ and ‘social unrest’ didn’t happen when Rangers died in 2012.

    ‘Numerous clubs’ didn’t die either because of the loss of the blue pound.

    Football carried on in Scotland.

    Arguably, it became a much better place in the SPL.

    A lack of crowd trouble, a lack of dodgy singing, a lack of on field violence, much reduced nonsense in the SMSM, more clubs winning trophies, and much, much less controversy involving referees.

    I preferred the SPL without a deviant Ibrox club.
    Happy Days.
    But the lower leagues had to endure a deviant Ibrox club. for a season or more while the SPL had tranquility for a few seasons.
    I wonder if the SFA and the SPFL ever thought for a moment the monster that was created would be so much hassle?