Comment on Fantastic Voyage .. by paddy malarkey.

    Just back from successful hunt for a lost dog (two bleeding hours in the dark !) . I think things might be fun tomorrow wrt refereeing decisions given what I saw on the tv earlier . See what happens when you bring things into focus ? Every decision will be thoroughly scrutinised and whitabootery will abound . Out of curiosity , did anybody get to know the fourth official's viewpoint of the erroneous Morelos red card ?

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    Fantastic Voyage ..
    The dog is fine Jimbo ,thanks for asking . The eejit is my mate who is staying with me with his twa bitches . He let one out for some air and she probably went off chasing one of the millions of rabbits here . When we found her she was cold wet and scared  . Sorted now . She's strange to here and must have lost her scent . I am now wide awake and sober so mibbes need a beer or three , but we're up again at seven .

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    Allyjambo 14th September 2018 at 15:56  

    What was missing  a fourth official shouting"foul ,foul, foul !" or an ass. ref screaming "red card , red card ,red card !".  When are these people going to grow up and start behaving like adults rather than pubescent supporters ?

    Fantastic Voyage ..
    From The Guardian Knowledge .

    “I have recently been enjoying watching the DVD of John Byrne’s 1980s BBC Scotland television series Tutti Frutti,” wrote Stuart Webber in 2010. “The opening scenes feature the burial of Jazzer McGloan, lead singer of The Majestics. Adjacent to the cemetery, a (presumably Scottish) football ground can clearly be seen. Does anyone know which ground this might be?”


    Despite the proximity of St Mirren Park and Petershill Park to cemeteries, the ground pictured in those opening scenes is, as a surprising number emailed in to point out, Celtic Park. “There’s a cemetery just behind Celtic Park (the reason the new north stand has pillars, as I recall, was the roof supports could not overhang the cemetery),” noted Pete Morrison. “And the nickname ‘Paradise’ originates in a journalist comparing the move from the original site to a new one being like ‘moving from the graveyard to paradise’.”


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    Dear Mr Bankier
    Higgy's Shoes

    Solidarity . All in or none in .TRFC caused the problem and can easily resolve it .

    Dear Mr Bankier
    Dr Mo 10th December 2018 at 19:55


    THE BBC have once again decided to boycott Rangers after the club reimposed a ban on sports reporter Chris McLaughlin, according to The Herald.

    Read more at: https://www.scotsman.com/sport/football/teams/rangers/bbc-begin-new-boycott-of-rangers-after-reporter-ban-1-4007810

    As stated , according to the Herald .

    The BBC statement doesn't mention "boycott" .

    “We will continue to report on Rangers both on and off the pitch and will feature match action where appropriate but, until this issue is resolved, we will not be sending journalists to Ibrox or attending Rangers’ press conferences.”

    So ill looking for a link where the BBC say they are boycotting Ibrox/TRFC .


    Dear Mr Bankier
    Dr Mo 10th December 2018 at 17:15

    Could you post a link to where the BBC said it was boycotting TRFC (RFC being IL) . 

    TRFC banned a reporter as it took issue with his coverage of stories about them . The BBC then declined to cover events from inside Ibrox until the ban was lifted and the reporters access reinstated (my understanding) .

    Dear Mr Bankier
    Sorry about the twitter link in my last comment – it wasn't meant to be there . It should have been replying to Stevie BC . I'd never seen it before and don't know how I managed to acquire it . Should mibbes start reading what I'm about to post before I post it !

    Dear Mr Bankier

    Sorry , mate , but can't traduce somebody's reputation on hearsay .

    On sectarian singing , which songs fall into this category , as sung by fans of all teams . I suppose we would fall foul by singing "so f the Pope and f the Queen "?