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#1111014 Championship 2018-19 Thread

Posted by capitanus on 10 February 2019 - 12:29 AM

I get your point about the moaning, but they’ve done about as much, and shown more ambition, in 24 years than we have in over a century.

Fair point well made.
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#1110530 McKinnon hearing

Posted by capitanus on 02 February 2019 - 01:09 AM

Another Morton court case...
Falkirk be starting a blog next.. the Bairn Blog

:lol: :lol:

Random pictures of Electrocuted Frogs anyone...

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#1110397 Alex Salmond

Posted by capitanus on 31 January 2019 - 08:02 PM

Who would you be on a jury? JimJam or Azeri?

He's the one that goes 'G-g-g-guilty'.

:lol: :P
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#1110220 Alex Salmond

Posted by capitanus on 30 January 2019 - 11:14 PM

Agreed. There are lots of Unionists in Scotland reveling in and enjoying the fact that somebody might have been the victim of attempted rape. Pretty vile.

There are also a lot of 'Unionists' rightfully appalled at this too, as well as some who will believe his innocence and there will also be some who will think that there is something very murky going on.
Don't forget that he is a former British Parliamentarian on the Kremlin's payroll, in an era when relations between both countries are justifiably strained to say the least.

Whether he's guilty or innocent, I honestly don't know but I reckon that this could be the undoing of the SNP in a similar way that the Sheridan case caused the SSP to crumble into dust.
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#1110048 Alex Salmond

Posted by capitanus on 29 January 2019 - 07:22 PM

I suspect most on here might have made their mind up.

Well some people don't take no for an answer. :)
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#1109725 Jean Johannson

Posted by capitanus on 27 January 2019 - 12:19 PM

If I was going to cheat on my husband the way I'd do it is have photos of the person I'm pumping as my Facebook photo just so my husband suspects it.

Gay men can be promiscuous types though, maybe it would be expected.

Each to their own, but Rubber up.
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#1109687 Neil Lennon

Posted by capitanus on 27 January 2019 - 12:55 AM

Hibs, Inverness and Raith all swiftly ditched him for good reason: he’s a ****ing disaster. His transfer decisions directly brought about the relegation of Hibs and Inverness from the top flight having inherited a much stronger squad. He also took over at Raith while about 16 million points above the spoon burners and managed to finish below them. And then lost over two legs to the worst side in the history of the second tier of Scottish football.
He should never darken the door of this once-proud club.

Don't worry, it's not likely to happen. In fact, your Brian Wake has a better chance of taking over despite his only experience in management being with subbuteo teams and an Arctic fives pub league outfit.

We've already learned our lesson with East Coasters.
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#1109590 Alex Salmond

Posted by capitanus on 26 January 2019 - 05:21 PM

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#1109476 Neil Lennon

Posted by capitanus on 26 January 2019 - 12:46 PM

Suspended by Hibs with a view to bagging him.

Hypothetical question, would Morton supporters prefer Lennon in the dugout over Johannson?
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#1109115 If not Johannsen, then who?

Posted by capitanus on 23 January 2019 - 01:08 AM

It's probably time to chuck all the sports science stuff in the bin too. It clearly has no effect.

While we're at it, we should go the whole hog and appoint Yogi Hughes, cos it's aw aboot ra pashin. Git stuck in lads, cummawn.
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#1108882 Johansson's Future

Posted by capitanus on 19 January 2019 - 11:16 PM

Their lack of mobility is part of the problem. You can get away with having one like that, we have 3...

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#1108859 Johansson's Future

Posted by capitanus on 19 January 2019 - 09:21 PM

Would we take Houston til end of the season?
Would have to be an upgrade to this nonsense.

What has Houston done to suggest that he merits the job till the end of the season?

He may be a proven experienced SPFL Premier and Championship manager with Dundee United and Falkirk, and twice a Scottish Cup finalist, but he doesn't seem to have contributed anything to Morton since he came on board. If anything, JJ has been left high & dry by this character.
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#1108333 Johansson's Future

Posted by capitanus on 14 January 2019 - 11:36 PM

Also, for those who are wanting rid of JJ, there are some perma-cretins like 'big Yogi', Neil McCann, Paul Hartley and Mark McGhee still out of work. Just be very careful what you wish for.
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#1108323 Johansson's Future

Posted by capitanus on 14 January 2019 - 09:54 PM

I'm really not getting all this ill feeling towards Jonatan Johannsen. He seems like a decent guy who seems to be shouldering the blame for the 'Super Ray McKinnon' inspired revolution not transpiring the way we all wanted.

Give him the chance to get some signings of his own, empty some of the guff that he's inherited and give him a chance to do something good with us.
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#1108313 Morton away vs. East Fife

Posted by capitanus on 14 January 2019 - 07:19 PM

Two things I associate with East Fife, the first is this:

The second is Julian Danskin. Incidentally Danskin would have been the chairman of them around that time and he was trying to ban the fanzine editor.

That whole part of the world should be water.
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