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  1. You really are fucking pathetic. By far, the biggest, moaning, attention seeking, narcissistic drama queen on this board.. Saying I laugh at the murder of innocent people???? Go and take a flying fuck to yourself ya fuckin roaster....
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  2. Hmm, what makes a big club is going to be something many will disagree on - recent success, historical success, annual revenue, fan base - domestic, continental and global, financial backing. Newcastle are a larger club than Bournemouth, with a huge local fan base, with no cup honors for decades - they are not a big club but they are a popular one - 20-25 years ago they used to say they were everyone's 2nd favorite team in England. I think its a good move for Fraser if it pans out, one summer does not a summer make, the next couple of years will see if 18/19 form was a purple patch of can he
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  3. Clarke had a conversation with Fraser and they decided that he wasnt at the required level of fitness or match sharpeness to feature in these games. Is much as it doesnt suit some peoples agenda, that is not Fraser making himself unavailable. In the same way McBurnie was willing )and from the looks of his social media and previous record of turning up to squads) keen to play for Scotland this weekend. However Clarke and Wilder had a conversation about McBurnies fitness. Concentrating specifically on an injury and it was again agreed that the player would return to the club. Clarke in
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  4. Forgetting the latest McBurnie Drama or the talk of Ryan Fraser’s lack of commitment. Maybe I’m in the minority with this, but for once in a long time I’m very confident going into both games and it’s mainly due to the positive vibe I’ve seen from the players in the squad in the press and on social media, something I haven’t seen in years. - Tierney doing a very sincere interview the other day about Scotland and his passion he has for his country and how much it hurt him when people doubted his commitment. - Dykes choosing us over Australia, and like coming across very
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  5. Also the 'Aberdonian first and foresmost' is a strong indicator that he is likely to be a moaning Tory cunt of the highest order.
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  6. Exactly. Agent sends him a text - "you'll get 100k a week and access to their database of international call-off excuses." Fraser - "Sign."
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  7. Coming from you?? 🤣🤣🤣. Yir man Plebian calling me bigot, and IRA sympathizer, but that's ok.. Please stop trolling me again. I thought mobile phones were not allowed at the Bingo..
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  8. I'd rather promote N Patterson to the squad than trying too hard to convince a player to play for us.
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  9. I have no issue in calling you out as a boring prick.
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  10. Bump. This and his tweet, I'm more than willing to give him the benefit of the doubt. It's strange that McBurnie is taking pelters for pulling out, whilst, just a few days ago Kieran Tierney admitted that he has never attended a Scotland match, as a fan. The former took the time to explain the reason he pulled out. Which says to me that he cares. I don't remember Tierney or Fraser making the same gesture, after the numerous times they pulled out. Talking of social media, Tierney never mentions Scotland. It's time that people here stopped with the which hunt and stopped
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  11. There is help Chris. Please reach out and get some fella. Your obsession with me is really getting creepy..
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  12. A boring realist maybe? Rangers as they are just now are still miles bigger than whatever club you support and most clubs in the UK. Unless you’re a Celtic fan? If you are I take it all back.
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  13. Scotland 2-1 Israel Czech Republic 1-1 Scotland
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  14. Report me then numbnuts. Away and moan to the mod as usual. "Big Ramy is no being nice to me mods" can yae ban him please"...
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  15. Oh, personal abuse. That’s about to be reported, you really can’t help yourself, can you. Disgusting.
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  16. Someone had a bit of banter? I believe the context of it was something to do when McKenna was linked to Celtic and something about him supporting the IRA was mentioned by another bigot, but as long as it’s banter, then it doesn’t count I suppose. Much like when the “Rebs” are getting played. Bigots will always be bigots, in my opinion of course and supporting or mentioning the cause makes them terrorist sympathisers and scumbags. Just you see the murder & death of innocent people as a laugh though, because they were brits, so by your logic, probably huns. Cret
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  17. Everton self evidently are a bigger club than Newcastle. I’d also make a case for Leicester in recent years and that’s your dozen. Based on where they currently sit and their potential, Sheffield United, Wolves and Burnley would be better moves for him as well.
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  18. Apologise for what? Just because yir man DD has a hard on for me and thinks I am an IRA supporter because he has nothing better to do does not justify an apology from me for anything. Folk can think what they want of me, I don't care. I am.not a bigot, I fucking despise rangers football club with a passion, but I am certainly not a biggot.. In used the TAL once as a laugh as someone had had a bit of banter, so what.. Folk really need to relax at times..
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  19. It conveniently avoids the fact that Bournemouth have been relegated though and that looked an odds-on certainty even before COVID-19 brought the season to a halt. Therefore he has moved to a club still in the EPL unlike Bournemouth. Newcastle have longer EPL status too than Bournemouth and look at the odds for the EPL last season - Bournemouth 2000-1 and Newcastle 500-1. Bookmakers seem to place Newcastle above Bournemouth too. At the end of the day we are losing sight over a more important factor here. We need all of our international players at clubs getting regular first team football
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  20. Well compared to Bournemouth they have spent far longer in the top flight. They were narrowly pipped for the title in the 1990s. They have had a number of European campaigns and even played in the Champions League and won a minor European club title.
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  21. When he turned down the contract at Bournemouth they’d finished 14th on 45 points. Newcastle had finished 13th also on 45 points. Thats when he decided he was going to move and that’s the comparison. Perhaps with Bournemouth being relegated it looks like a good move for him but at the time when he decided his future was elsewhere Newcastle was no better an option. If he signs for Newcastle it will be because he hasn’t had any better options and it will certainly fall well short of what he thought he could’ve achieved. That’s the risk you take when you play the game of runni
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  22. He’s being vilified on here but I can understand him wanting to sort out a club. It would be quite difficult to do that from the Scotland training camp and even more difficult to do from the Czech Republic.
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  23. The latter... he should have made himself available. Up to Clarke to decide if he was good or fit enough. Maybe I’m old school but I’d consider it an honour to play for my country and would take every chance I could. Much better players than fraser would.
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  24. https://www.skysports.com/football/news/12017/12061353/steve-clarke-happy-with-oli-mcburnie-sheffield-united-appearance-after-scotland-call-off Exactly what I said. The lad isn't fit. If people want an unfit player on the bench, fair enough, but I don't. Doesn't take much for people to ger angry around here. I think there's an element of the reincarnates from Salem in this place.
    1 point
  25. Indeed. I am still a member of the SNP, and there are moments which have made me think twice about renewing my membership, and the softly/softly approach/far too timid with BBC or Pete Wishart's earlier ''We need to wait til folk start backing it,'' were really starting to annoy me a bit ; and the we need to be polling 60% plus stuff before Indyref2, but it seems that their approach and whilst I don't think the Scottish Government (nor many world governments in general apart from a few) have done a fantastic job with Covid, they've done well-ish, but Sturgeon's daily press conferences an
    1 point
  26. In terms of club and stature, it's on a different planet
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  27. People from Lanarkshire, Ayrshire, Edinburgh, Fife, the Highlands or anywhere else that isnae within Glasgow but supports the arsecheeks, is either a bigot, a glory hunter or a total fanny
    1 point
  28. Come on, Mods - you know what has to be done. This incarnation is even more tedious than the last ones.
    1 point
  29. At a passing glance it seems England can count on a mostly motivated and passionate squad of players who look forward to playing for them. We on the other hand always seem to have a bunch of players who view playing for Scotland as a chore that they can occasionally skip
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  30. You sitting next to DD at the bingo are yae now?
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  31. Sorry plookface, I was away roamin in the gloamin...🇮🇪
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  32. Somebody stitch my sides back together. Go on, call them Sevco, that always gets them going. I’ve no idea what’s more pathetic, that you’re coming out with this lame chat or that you actually think anyone gives a fuck about it.
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  33. Must have missed all those trophies Rangers have won in the last decade.
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  34. Aye Newcastle are a much bigger club. It’s probably not where Fraser thought he’d be playing this season though when Arsenal were allegedly in for him. Hopefully he settles in quickly and gets some match sharpness in his legs. He gets a bad rap on here but he is a very good player when he’s on form and we could use him next month.
    1 point
  35. My grandfather supported Rangers. He was born and brought up in Glasgow, he passed that on to my dad who passed it on to me. But hey, he was probably just a bigot. Which would be news to both his mother - my great-grandmother - and his wife - my grandmother - both of who were the daughters of Irish Catholic immigrants. So excuse me if I think you’re talking through your arse.
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  36. The size of the clubs are night and day though. Newcastle have massive potential (no laughing at the back). Bournemouth are only going one way and it's probably back to league 1. He was 100% right in a career sense to bail on them,
    1 point
  37. I love this idea of supporting more than one team. Definitely true of a lot of people I know down here, especially myself! I grew up a massive Rangers fan. Not because of any religious reasons. They were my local club, all my friends supported them, and so did a lot of my family. It was the 90s and my hero way Super Ally (saw him score the winner against Greece at the first ever football match I went to. Total magic.). Since then I have drifted away from Rangers. I've been to more Jags matches now, for my sins, and I would say I probably support any EPL club with a Scottish player as much as I
    1 point
  38. FM has just called it on and fired the starting pistol. Bill to be passed before the election for the terms and question used for an independence referendum with that being front and centre in the election.
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  39. Right wing. Also a massive Motherwell fan, so anyone from the West Coast who don't support either of the arsecheeks gets a thumbs up from me. Posted a pic of him in Nancy as a kid the other day for the UEFA Cup game.
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  40. Doesn't offend me in the slightest. It's only a posting board? Explain that to the TAMB establishment, as they seem honestly petrified. Bless.
    1 point
  41. TAL TAL has several meanings depending on who says it. But in Ireland it's internet jargon for Tiocfaidh Ar La. Which is gaelic for ''Our day will come.'' Generally used by republicans to pay tribute to civil rights martyrs, salute the IRA, or generally show solidarity within a wide variety of groups within the republican movement. Generally spotted on republican social media pages, such as me_ira or Crimes of Britain, or anything related to Sinn Fein. Clearly a saying very common within football circuits 🙄 As usual, Ramy will ignore his use of t
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  42. It is an Irish Gaelic term. It is not actually an IRA slogan as DandyDummy thinks, more leaning towards Sinn Fein. It means. "Our day will come". Meaning freedom from British rule..I know, terrible..
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  43. What an arrogant wee fuck he is. Who the hell does he think will come in for him at this stage ? Liverpool ? Inter Milan ? Barcelona ?
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  44. Cunts hounding Raymie for 2 days on his daft Celtic thread, demanding an apology. 😂😂😂😂🙈
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  46. Maybe. He really should be nowhere near the squad at the moment anyway in my opinion. He shouldn’t have had to request not to be selected as Clarke shouldn’t have been picking him in the first place.
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  47. Ryan fraser is a cunt, glad he got a shite move. Fuck him
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  48. Just got sent this Makes my blood boil The infection rate per 100,000 people which guides the science Aberdeen at its height 14 per 100,000 people, entire city shut off Glasgow just now 22 per 100,000 Dumbartonshire 33 per 100,000, just advised not to go to other people’s houses I’m an aberdonion first and foremost before being Scottish, an enemy of Aberdeen is no friend of mine. Have had Nippys back through most of this but she’s taking the piss now
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