Comment on Stevie G – The Real Deal? by Big Pink.

    Thanks for the reference Jimbo. For correctness, that would be Diet Coke😊

    It was not ever so though. A wringer or three had been passed through😂😂

    Never read that book, though The Band’s album remains one of the half a dozen or so most important milestones in American music, and defined Americana as we now describe it.
    Must pick up the book.

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    Stevie G – The Real Deal?
    One effect of the UEFA news, whilst it may not yet be a tipping point, is that the wiggle room for the SFA is becoming ever more constrained.

    There has to be a recognition by now that fans are not forgetting the corruption at the heart of the RFC/TRFC saga any time soon.

    As we know the main reason for that is the truth that lies at the heart of our concerns.

    Easy to swat away a flight of fantasy, but not so easy to move on from proven wrongs.

    Stevie G – The Real Deal?

    I think most of us have made the correct observations. 😊
    Dr. Mo is clearly on an errand, and borderline trolling already, so I’ll wager his instructions did not include finesse or subtlety.

    A bit disingenuous to suggest there’s been no discussion on the Torbett case when in fact there clearly has been.

    Mods will keep an eye out for any continuing stupidity.

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