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    Comment on Tangled Up In Blue by Stephen O’Donnell (Book Review) by paddy malarkey.

    Big Pink 11th September 2019 at 00:19

    Have you been drinking that new Zen lager , and were on your second pint when you got to me ?sad

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    It's getting beyond parody now .

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    You would think TRFC were signing  Clark Joseph rather than Ryan , such is the brouhaha surrounding the transfer . Sop to the fans to get them to buy EL packages ?


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    I wonder if anybody is looking to borrow the Green Brigade's (if they are indeed the owner )  " Fuck UEFA " banner . Only a fine for displaying it , apparently .


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    In Whose Interests
    A big "thank you" to the court correspondents .

    From BBC Scotland 

    https://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/football/49652921

    SPFL chief executive Neil Doncaster insisted that every club in Scotland is "continuing to make every effort to make football as affordable as possible".

    Not from where I'm standing .


    Bad Money?
    Sorry seems to be the hardest word (where's Jimbo when you need him ?).


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    However, the spokesman for Rangers said: "Rightly or wrongly a gate was forced but the real cause of the serious congestion and crushing which occurred outside the stadium before and after kick off cannot be disguised. 

    From BBC .

    When is it ever right to force a gate to gain entry to a stadium . And according to Killie , the delays getting in were partly down to enhanced searches for smoke bombs and pyros , among other things .


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    StevieBC

    An ashtray on a motorbike ?

     


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    Is my understanding of the situation wrt SDIR V TRFC in that what is to be paid by August 16 is base court costs , and that the parties have been sent away to try and find a way of redressing SDIR's losses due to TRFC's breaches of contract or , failing that , have them imposed by the judge at a later hearing ?