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Bazzas right boot

Hopefully that is Collums brain fart game out the way. 

 

He's been generally decent ( compared to the rest) but when he has a bad game he makes sure he does it in style, doesn't do **** ups by half. 

 

The game was terrible and although Abroath lacked quality they tried to win the game, ICT spent the whole match kicking the ball away. 

They were shite as well. Honking, even with 11 men. 

 

St Johnstone won't be shitting themselves at the thought of ICT  but considering they could only draw with Arbroath earlier in the lc this season- the game will Likley be tight. 

 

Would have been good for Arbroath to come up, the small league, 1 up and 1 down, the shitty playoffs along with a smaller league is designed to stop clubs like Arbroath from coming up. 

Would have have the blazers a headache. 

 

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Feck me the bbc love ceptic 

anyone who believes Liam McLeod isn’t a ceptic fan is aff their nut 

he was uncontrollable - I think Dick had to step in when he run down to get on the pitch to join in 

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Media gush over Celtic and their manager is embarrassing. 
 

Anyone who thinks that title win is anything other than routine is deluded. 
Throw millions at it, make sure you get more points than the other team in the old firm games and that’s it. 
 

They are talking about this championship as a Leicester 2016/Brazil 1970 hybrid. 
 

 

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Celtic win their 10th title in 11 years, with the biggest budget in the league and resources that completely and utterly dwarf 10 of the other 11 teams in the league.

 

and yet it’s getting made out to be some kind of monumental achievement 😂

 

Move over Leicester, Celtic have just won the league after spending £25 million and paying individual players more than some clubs pay their entire squad, and all the while 90% of the league have to get by on free transfers.

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Well done to them!

 

I don’t know Midlothian at all - do they / will they get much support from other town around like Dalkeith etc or is that a big no-no?

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3 minutes ago, FWJ said:

Well done to them!

 

I don’t know Midlothian at all - do they / will they get much support from other town around like Dalkeith etc or is that a big no-no?

Not likely. 😄

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Albion Rovers next season please.🤞   Got zero sympathy for these clubs that lose their league status.  They are so short sighted and don't want to revamp Scottish football for the better.  Ideally we should have 2 Pro Leagues and a regional pyramid system underneath (North, West, East and South) with maybe 4 leagues of 14 teams.  Clubs like  Cowdenbeath and Brechin know this would dilute the overall prize money so we're never going to look into some sort of reconstruction.  They will suffer for a long time hopefully. Good riddance.

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14 minutes ago, Randy Marsh said:

Albion Rovers next season please.🤞   Got zero sympathy for these clubs that lose their league status.  They are so short sighted and don't want to revamp Scottish football for the better.  Ideally we should have 2 Pro Leagues and a regional pyramid system underneath (North, West, East and South) with maybe 4 leagues of 14 teams.  Clubs like  Cowdenbeath and Brechin know this would dilute the overall prize money so we're never going to look into some sort of reconstruction.  They will suffer for a long time hopefully. Good riddance.

 

The worst of the dross have gone.

 

Perhaps it might take 2 or 3 years to get more away.

 

As you say its Albion, Elgin and possibly East Fife battling it out next season. Not sure if anyone is strong enough to come up. If the Highland League teams strengthen. Not sure about Lowland League. Maybe Darvel next season if they get there.

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16 minutes ago, Randy Marsh said:

Albion Rovers next season please.🤞   Got zero sympathy for these clubs that lose their league status.  They are so short sighted and don't want to revamp Scottish football for the better.  Ideally we should have 2 Pro Leagues and a regional pyramid system underneath (North, West, East and South) with maybe 4 leagues of 14 teams.  Clubs like  Cowdenbeath and Brechin know this would dilute the overall prize money so we're never going to look into some sort of reconstruction.  They will suffer for a long time hopefully. Good riddance.

Did they not say they didn’t want Brora for travel reasons?

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Noticed Dundee United go into the third qualifying stage of the UEFA Conference League, does this mean they are only one tie away from the group stages and the minimum guaranteed £3m payout ?
could be a game changer for them as well as ourselves ?

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1 minute ago, Newton51 said:

Did they not say they didn’t want Brora for travel reasons?

Yes that is correct. Hopefully they are toast next season.

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3 minutes ago, Mikey1874 said:

 

The worst of the dross have gone.

 

Perhaps it might take 2 or 3 years to get more away.

 

As you say its Albion, Elgin and possibly East Fife battling it out next season. Not sure if anyone is strong enough to come up. If the Highland League teams strengthen. Not sure about Lowland League. Maybe Darvel next season if they get there.

East Kilbride hve money behind them too

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3 minutes ago, jbee647 said:

Noticed Dundee United go into the third qualifying stage of the UEFA Conference League, does this mean they are only one tie away from the group stages and the minimum guaranteed £3m payout ?
could be a game changer for them as well as ourselves ?

I think it's 2 rounds they need to get through.  Very tough ask looking at the teams in it last season.

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18 minutes ago, jbee647 said:

Noticed Dundee United go into the third qualifying stage of the UEFA Conference League, does this mean they are only one tie away from the group stages and the minimum guaranteed £3m payout ?
could be a game changer for them as well as ourselves ?

 

No

 

There is a 'Play off round' as well.

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20 minutes ago, Newton51 said:

East Kilbride hve money behind them too

They do but that shouldn't be the measure of anything. 

They're a nothing club with no support. 

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1 hour ago, Shooter McGavin said:

Celtic win their 10th title in 11 years, with the biggest budget in the league and resources that completely and utterly dwarf 10 of the other 11 teams in the league.

 

and yet it’s getting made out to be some kind of monumental achievement 😂

 

Move over Leicester, Celtic have just won the league after spending £25 million and paying individual players more than some clubs pay their entire squad, and all the while 90% of the league have to get by on free transfers.

 

Yup, well done to Angie and Celtic, but its not an incredible feat like the press seem to treat it as. Also think the Celtic fans are over celebrating it as a response to how Rangers fans celebrated last season (like to prove a point.)

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4 minutes ago, Rudy T said:

I see McGhee has been fired, that was a successful managerial change, in fact I think all teams who changed managers actually got worse 😂

A seriously bizarre appointment in the first place.

 

Appointing him shows just how backwards Scottish football can be at times.

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2 minutes ago, Shooter McGavin said:

A seriously bizarre appointment in the first place.

 

Appointing him shows just how backwards Scottish football can be at times.

 

The only benefit of it was he finally served his 6 match touchline ban.

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5 minutes ago, Shooter McGavin said:

A seriously bizarre appointment in the first place.

 

Appointing him shows just how backwards Scottish football can be at times.

 

It was all down to one man, Gordon Strachan, deciding to give his mate a job. Now Strachan is officially director of football at Dundee and in charge of appointing the next manager. I suspect Dundee wont be back up for a while.

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Just now, jamboinglasgow said:

 

It was all down to one man, Gordon Strachan, deciding to give his mate a job. Now Strachan is officially director of football at Dundee and in charge of appointing the next manager. I suspect Dundee wont be back up for a while.

He’s an inspiration to folk out there who are utter s**** at their job and yet still collect a wage.
 

And I hope so, an absolute w*** club, hope they fold.

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4 minutes ago, jamboinglasgow said:

 

It was all down to one man, Gordon Strachan, deciding to give his mate a job. Now Strachan is officially director of football at Dundee and in charge of appointing the next manager. I suspect Dundee wont be back up for a while.


You can imagine the chat between those two after the games. Worse double act in history. They won’t be missed hopefully they stay down for good.

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20 minutes ago, Shooter McGavin said:

He’s an inspiration to folk out there who are utter s**** at their job and yet still collect a wage.
 

And I hope so, an absolute w*** club, hope they fold.

I'm sure I was seeing chat about merging them with scumdee hibernian to save money but in all honesty I don't really get what they would be bringing or what incentives it would bring

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15 hours ago, Shooter McGavin said:

A seriously bizarre appointment in the first place.

 

Appointing him shows just how backwards Scottish football can be at times.


Yeah awful appointment. Telling his players he would get naked if they win, he’s turned the heating off and wasn’t eating until they won. Bizarre man.

 

I’m not Mcpake’s biggest fan but he had a bit about him and I’m sure he’ll get another job at a decent club. 

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16 minutes ago, Australis said:

The attendance at Easter Road is horrendous.

 

The Dnipro kids just clapped the ones who were brave enough to turn up.

 

A mate just posted a picture of the game from his seat in the ground. There are so few people I thought it was taken well before kick off. But nope, it’s during the game. 

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25 minutes ago, Australis said:

The attendance at Easter Road is horrendous.

 

The Dnipro kids just clapped the ones who were brave enough to turn up.

 

🤣🤣🤣

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Sorry if posted just noticed

 

Mark McGhee: Manager to leave relegated Dundee after Sunday's final Scottish Premiership game at Livingston

McGhee has overseen only one victory in his 13 matches in charge; Dundee's relegation to the Scottish Championship was confirmed on Wednesday; McGhee admitted Dundee need a younger manager to succeed him next season

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26 minutes ago, Tazio said:

A mate just posted a picture of the game from his seat in the ground. There are so few people I thought it was taken well before kick off. But nope, it’s during the game. 

 

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Quite fitting that the most injury prone player in history goes off injured in his final appearance.  

 

Jokes aside, 19 years at one club shows incredible loyalty in this day in age 👏

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37 minutes ago, SCFHearts said:

McGhee admitted Dundee need a younger manager to succeed him next season

 

Roy Hodgson is currently available.

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