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I'd be amazed if it didn't turn out the exact same way as the previous 34 seasons - in fact it's almost 30 years since there was even a genuine challenge at the top.

The Highland League might be exciting now that Cove have left however, fingers crossed anyway. 🙂

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7 hours ago, mr mojo risin said:

I'd be amazed if it didn't turn out the exact same way as the previous 34 seasons - in fact it's almost 30 years since there was even a genuine challenge at the top.

The Highland League might be exciting now that Cove have left however, fingers crossed anyway. 🙂

What league, what year, was that last time? 

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11 hours ago, exile said:

What league, what year, was that last time? 

1991 in the Premier League / SPL or whatever it was called at the time. Hearts have thought about it a couple of times since and Aberdeen might have had another chance 3 years ago if we'd had a Goalie in the 2nd half of the season but that's about it.

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1 hour ago, mr mojo risin said:

1991 in the Premier League / SPL or whatever it was called at the time. Hearts have thought about it a couple of times since and Aberdeen might have had another chance 3 years ago if we'd had a Goalie in the 2nd half of the season but that's about it.

What about helicopter Sunday and that other one that went to the last game of the season? Were they not close enough for you? 

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I can't really say that I share Mr. Hills optimism about the season ahead. I don't know much about the players the huns have signed, they may well improve them but our transfer business thus far has left me cold. Add to that the sheep look as though they have decided to play hoofball next season a la jambo style and I'm not too impressed. 

Who knows maybe the new investment at Hibs will bring something interesting, the new boss at Killie will bring something different and it'll all be fantastic. But I suspect it won't be too long before we're all bemoaning the lack of quality and complaining bitterly about refereeing standards and the appalling governance of the game as per. If it wasn't for 9iar I'm not sure I'd even bother with it this year tbh. 

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1 hour ago, Orraloon said:

What about helicopter Sunday and that other one that went to the last game of the season? Were they not close enough for you? 

Think they are referring to the idea of someone other than the Old Firm winning the league...

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No. Not whilst Craig Levein is still involved. 

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There is this weird relationship between Rangers and Celtic. Their fans hate each other apparently, yet their respective boards seem to have another kind of relationship. One where I would not be surprised if they all secretly met up once a month and had a bumming daisy chain conga around the meeting room for the whole time.

Get the distinct feeling Celtic are laying down for some reason (Lennon WTF?).

Reckon Rangers will either win it or come very close this year. Probably win it. If they get off to a good start and Celtic a bad one they will be very hard to catch... The huns are in so much need of it versus Celtic who are spoiled bastards with 8 in a row in the bank. If Celtic give them a yard and they will be in trouble.

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