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    Comment on Stevie G – The Real Deal? by Ex Ludo.

    JohnClark@20.57

    “Drug-drenched artistic idyll” 

    Does that not describe the SFM forum?

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    Stevie G – The Real Deal?
    I listen to Clyde SSB as I’m cooking dinner. This evening a call was accepted on air whereupon the caller proceeded to severely criticise SKY’s coverage of Scottish football as compared to BT. Needless to say the panel disagreed and the anchor man tried to make a joke of the points made by the caller. As far as Mr Keveens was concerned it was all about the money. A point he reiterated at least 3 times. In that respect he might just be right. It’s all about the money Sky pay to advertise on Clyde. I don’t suppose the company will bite the hand that feeds it. 


    Stevie G – The Real Deal?
    BillyBoyce@22.01

    He wasn’t the only one.


    Stevie G – The Real Deal?
    https://twitter.com/thebeatcroft/status/1064236785092493312?s=21

    Could there be a link to SFM?


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    Homunculus@21.27

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    Slimjim@09.26

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    UptheHoops@07.24

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