Comment on We’re Gonny Need Another Baw. by Haudthebus.


    This article on Etims, by Derek Crowther an ex Ref, is quite revealing.

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    We’re Gonny Need Another Baw.


    I hope I have managed successfully the inclusion of the attached link. If not then you can access via the fans without scarves website. I haven’t read it yet but I expect a good read.

    We’re Gonny Need Another Baw.
    Steve Clarke’s comments are to be commended by all right thinking people. He put a number of issues under the microscope which I just hope other managers and clubs (including fans) back up strongly with concerted action. In the absence of support I would be concerned that Steve Clarke decides to walk away – why stay and take the personnel abuse while trying to succeed against institutionalised bias when he could easily ply his trade elsewhere – leaving our football a much poorer place. Fundamental change to our football governance and wider society is long overdue.

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    Accountability via Transparency.

    One, er, Two Rules to Rule Them All
    On the subject of perceived provocation please see attached link which I hope I have managed to post. How can any right minded individual believe that racism or sectarianism is an acceptable reaction to scoring a goal or winning a game or celebrating either or both. Is it the same mindset which leads to individual violence against innocent fans celebrating their team’s success. I do have to wonder.



    Dear Mr Bankier
    John Clark 14 December 2018 @ 1204

    Frank Haffey, a real blast from the past.

    I recall in Primary School our learned schoolteacher trying very hard to impart a modicum of culture and education to a group of lads whose only interest was football. I recall vividly his question to the class “who stops 1 in 3” to which he received the response “ my dad says it’s Frank Haffey”. How were we to know he was referencing the Ancient Mariner. The thought still makes me smile after all this time. Thanks for that JC

    Fantastic Voyage ..
    For the avoidance of doubt any suggestion that the Council owned facility across the road from Ibrox  is not in use on match days is incorrect. The facility is open every Saturday. I have used and continue to use the facility on a Saturday and have done for several years. The transfer of use to the Ibrox club would have a detrimental impact on all the users of the facility who have supported its use, including financially. To suggest that we are “cleared” out for the greater good of the Ibrox club would, at least, be very disappointing to this member of the community. 

    To Comply or not to Comply ?
    Testing, just testing.