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#1111627 Thread About Ex Player

Posted by Toby on Today, 04:55 PM

He also smashed the ball into a beggar’s face at Celtic Park last season when playing for Partick, which is to his credit.
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#1111446 morton v ayr

Posted by Toby on 16 February 2019 - 09:32 PM

Speaking hypothetically but if Tidser or anyone else in the squad chose to join that viper’s nest then they’d be confirming zero love of ‘playing for Morton’.

Anyone who opts for that vile club is a Judas, plain and simple. There are plenty of other suitors in Scottish football who are neither managed by a total clown nor a total King Snake. It’s quite straightforward to make a dignified exit from this club.

Aye, but until such time as he does, hunting a guy who has been as much a victim of Johansson’s stupidity as us isn’t the way to go about it.

If that rancid wee club announce any of our players on pre-contracts, fair enough, it’s open season. Not at the point some fanny creates an account to reel in the likes of “hoodless”, who should really be paying more attention to his turkey dinosaurs than that sort of pish on a Saturday night.
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#1111437 morton v ayr

Posted by Toby on 16 February 2019 - 08:47 PM

He can ram his fantastic service up his hoop when he’s pictured holding a falkirk scarf above his head with the snake.

You said he can f*ck off now, on the back of a titbit from a dubious source, not when he’s pictured holding a Falkirk scarf above his head.

Which one is it?
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#1111431 morton v ayr

Posted by Toby on 16 February 2019 - 08:37 PM

Tidser can **** off now then. ****.

Yeah, I too am prepared to believe that this is the case and brand a guy who has been a fantastic servant for the last decade a **** on the basis of a guy who’s never posted on here appearing to tell us he’s pissing off.
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#1111299 The Easdale’s Shares

Posted by Toby on 15 February 2019 - 03:22 PM

That thing makes ours look like the Bernabeu. 


Aye, every time we're in there my immediate thought is how the hell you'd get out of it in the event of a fire. It's an accident waiting to happen.

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#1111283 The Easdale’s Shares

Posted by Toby on 15 February 2019 - 01:24 AM

He might be getting mixed up with UEFA licensing, which is massively more stringent.

Makes you laugh to think back to the days of 10k all-seaters.


Easy, let's not be giving people the benefit of the doubt, here.

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#1111148 Johansson's Future

Posted by Toby on 12 February 2019 - 07:44 PM

We’re currently 6th in the second tier, which has pretty much been our benchmark since four tiers were introduced in the 1970s. That’s not absolutely s***e nor an embarrassment. Do we have a useless manager and some valid concerns about the club’s direction? Absolutely. Both can and should be worked on right now. But it’s hardly the existential crisis that some of the knicker-wetting pish on here would have us believe. It’s not even 2013-14.

Four tiers were introduced for 1994-95 season.
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#1111083 Johansson's Future

Posted by Toby on 11 February 2019 - 02:24 PM

Ahh okay. I see our SLO (mind him?) is talking about setting up another fans meeting. That should be a laugh, if anyone turns up this time.

Think I’m right in saying that an SLO is basically a requirement for an SFA licence. I dare say there are some clubs who take the role seriously, and perhaps the guy at Morton has good intentions and wants to do a good job, but let’s be honest, do we really think the club do anything more than pay lip service to him?

It’s a box ticking exercise, nothing more. The “#Together” patter couldn’t be further off the mark these days.
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#1110946 Championship 2018-19 Thread

Posted by Toby on 07 February 2019 - 06:52 PM

Anyone listening to Sportsound?

It’s basically a bunch of teuchters talking about how hard done to Inverness and Ross County are in relation to youth development compared to the rest of the country, in spite of having an SFA and government funded youth academy planked on their doorstep.

Whose stupid idea was it to allow these savages into the national set up?
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#1110766 Thread About Ex Player

Posted by Toby on 03 February 2019 - 11:02 AM

He's probably heard you say it before mate. That's how being a groupie works.

Yeah, I know how it works.

There was once a guy in here who was groomed by an alcoholic tramp. Used to do the run to Keystore for his fags and Thunderbird every day.
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#1110227 Alex Salmond

Posted by Toby on 31 January 2019 - 08:20 AM

Salmond is neither a member of SNP or sitting MP. Just some wishful thinking from some to think he'll derail the SNP.

Don’t know about that- he was their post boy for what was basically a generation- to say he’s not intrinsically linked to them would be naive in the extreme.

If convicted, and on multiple serious charges, there’s no way that this will do anything other than show the SNP in a negative light to voters who won’t be prepared to look below the surface for his current links with them.
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#1110106 dundee u v morton

Posted by Toby on 30 January 2019 - 09:21 AM

some funny resutls last night an no reason why we cant win if you ask me heres hoping anyways!


Nobody's asking you, though.

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#1110105 Alex Salmond

Posted by Toby on 30 January 2019 - 09:20 AM

Hard to imagine anyone racking up 14 charges is innocent, to be perfectly honest. 


That's not how the law works though, as you well know.

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#1110098 Alex Salmond

Posted by Toby on 30 January 2019 - 08:49 AM

The absolute outrage regarding this when you compare the time Cameron shagged a pig head or whatever it was, or May skipping through the fields of corn, is minimal. 




It's not really though. There were no criminal charges brought against Cameron, unlike Salmond. At present he's an innocent man, and deserves to be treated as one unless he's convicted of any crimes.


If convicted, it'll be open season on Salmond, and quite rightly so. Until then, he's as entitled to a fair trial as anyone else.

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#1109826 January Transfer Window Thread

Posted by Toby on 28 January 2019 - 09:42 AM

Spot on, the testimonial is the key for him to sign new contract


I don't think it is. Johansson is the key. If he stays, forget it.


A testimonial would be a carrot to dangle in front of him if wages were a stumbling block, but the main factor for him will be enjoying his football, and he's not doing that under this clueless buffoon.


The thought of this makes me feel sick to the pit of my stomach.

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