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Caledonian Craig

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  1. Caledonian Craig

    Scottish Players in Action 18/19

    I suppose the giveaway will be if Mulgrew does pull out and McLeish calls up a replacement centre-back. If he does then I think its a very good indication of the formation he will play.
  2. Caledonian Craig

    Scottish Players in Action 18/19

    Or new Kevin Kyle more likely.
  3. Caledonian Craig

    Scottish Players in Action 18/19

    I think there are a stack of Scottish players who could score lucky goals for us though and they specialize as strikers and offer more in the role.
  4. Caledonian Craig

    Scottish Players in Action 18/19

    Yes. Lets be honest here (if you are watching the match) he had done nothing up until that moment. He was Johnny on the spot for the goal heading in a deflected cross unmarked from 4 yards out. Even the commentators have him tagged as a 'makeshift striker'. The fact that so many want him in speaks buckets on how desperate we are as supporters and how desperate Scotland are at present.
  5. Caledonian Craig

    The Brexit Thread

    It seems clear to me that the deal they hope to sign off will not meet with approval with some in the cabinet hence the legal terms of it are not even being released to Tory party members. Sounds like trying to pull the wool over their eyes and hope to get the deal passed without any questions (which they don't have answers to) being asked.
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    Indy Ref 2

    https://www.scotsman.com/news/snp-hails-new-poll-showing-slight-majority-in-favour-of-independence-1-4824911 Interesting.
  7. Caledonian Craig

    Indy Ref 2

    The one that surprises me a bit is defence and security. Armed Forces nowadays are not needed for threats of invasion etc and are only really used now making up united peace forces in foreign disputes etc. For example the last time the UK truly went to war with another nation was almost 40 years ago with the Falklands War. Let's be honest if there were to be another global war it would be Armagheddon fought with nukes and even the UK's supply of nukes is meaningless. On the security side of things well I think an Independent Scotland would become far less of a threat to terrorism. In any case the only terrorist attack in Scotland that I can recall was the one at Glasgow Airport a few years back. I am not doubting re-organisation of Defence and Security would be needed of course but I do not see Scotland as being under any major sort of threat.
  8. Caledonian Craig

    The Brexit Thread

    No it sounds to me that he wants to come and go as he pleases but put restraints on others travel. Others who, by his estimation/choice should have restrictions. Or in other words one rule for one and one rule for another.
  9. Caledonian Craig

    The Brexit Thread

    Yes but as you say if independence was voted for with a similar winning margin to the margin in 2014 I could see yoons calling for a 'People's Vote'. It never happened in 2014 though.
  10. Caledonian Craig

    The Brexit Thread

    Indeed but that is down to this union we live in.
  11. Caledonian Craig

    The Brexit Thread

    To be honest I think that is a near inevitability. Not happy but it is the way of the world.
  12. Caledonian Craig

    The Brexit Thread

    Hmm I am not so sure. Whenever we get results that are too close to call there is often another vote sometime down the line. Even hung parliaments have another election not long after. Even though Scotland voted No in 2014 that was never going to be the end of it when you have such a large body of people believing in the cause and the same could be said with Brexit. Even outwith politics look how many close boxing matches have ended up with rematches.
  13. Caledonian Craig

    The Brexit Thread

    What a walloper.
  14. Caledonian Craig

    The Brexit Thread

    True but again if they were to renege on that then its another black mark against a unionist party.
  15. Caledonian Craig

    The Brexit Thread

    Yes it is a bit of a quandary but first things first. They have to make a decision on People's Vote. I had heard they may abstain but like I say that may turn a big portion of pro-EU new members and potential future Yes voters away from them. Also another rumour is that Labour could permit a second indyref if the SNP back a People's Vote so that is an added incentive to back one.
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