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    Is it time for the Sin Bin?
    I suppose ‘We deserve better’ is a bit strong.  Not as bad as ‘Where we belong’ but in the same mould.  They could be talking in terms of a return for their money, in which case they might have a point.  As far as their board is concerned, do they deserve better?  

    Expectations might be better terminology.   Even although their expectations are too high it’s better than deserving.

    Every club has expectations – at various levels.


    Is it time for the Sin Bin?
    Sounds like common sense has broken out between Alex McLeish and Brendan Rodgers on which players will travel with Scotland to the infamous friendlies. 

    Players like Tierney & Forrest who played a huge amount of games will be rested.  Armstrong & Griffiths who have missed a lot of games through injury or being benched will go.

    Seems to be a wee bit of doubt over McGregor who has played 50+ games but is desperate to seal his Scotland career.


    Is it time for the Sin Bin?
    Despite Gordon Waddell’s best efforts at spelling out some home truths for the bears, on a desk not far from him Scott McDermott was typing this sort of nonsense –
    “But where does Allen and the board turn next as they look to compete with a Brendan Rodgers-inspired Celtic and stop 10 in a row?”

    Will he ever learn?

    Forget trying to be the equal of Celtic. You have to walk before you can run.  Forget trying to be the singular club who will stop Celtic’s 10 in a row.

    Read your colleague’s article.


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    Dear Mr Bankier
    Brilliant Slimjim.  God bless GM and the bairn.


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    John Clark 27th November 2018 at 00:18 

     

    The sad thing is John, these people have no worries, they lose no sleep. 

     


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    I always keep an open mind when Dave King or TRFC are going to court.  The legacy of Nimmo Smith is long lasting.  Even if he and his distinguished friends were not sitting in a court of law. Nimmo Smith was supposed to bring gravitas to the commission as a ‘judge’.

     

    Likewise the First Tier Tax Tribunal.  Thank goodness Heidi Poon could see through the smoke and mirrors.


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