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He's given far more "abuse" - if that's why you want to call it - than he's received. If he's choosing not to post here on the forum anymore that's fine, he is more than entitled to move on and he shouldn't be chased to the ends of the earth or anything. But let's not rewrite history here.

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It is abuse and pointless abuse at that. Leave the guy to his podcast instead of circling round him like a tramp on chips over completely moot points.

I assume you'll be giving examples of where I've done either of these things?

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I actually am interested in what Tidser has to say for himself, so I'll be giving that a listen.

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I actually am interested in what Tidser has to say for himself, so I'll be giving that a listen.

Not sure I can bring myself to hear it. Like an ex trying to explain why she left you for a crap guy.

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Not sure I can bring myself to hear it. Like an ex trying to explain why she left you for a crap guy.

I'm interested precisely because of this.

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The Morton talk on this one starts around 24:30. He talks about his first spell. I'm listening to it now.

 

For the MacKinnon and Falkirk dirt, gotta wait for part 2.

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This is my first time listening to it. In terms of the podcast itself: the sound quality is rubbish and needs to improve. The host is pretty good precisely because he lets his guests talk. He asks questions just to move the conversation along, but Tidser is happy enough to take them in his direction. In a way this might actually be better than someone who knows a lot more about the subject matter (clearly he wasn't there for any of these games he mentions to Tidser) who might be inclined to talk more.

 

There's nothing that ground-breaking or amazing about this (I only listened to the Morton and Rotherham parts). Other than Steve Evans, who he doesn't like at all (apparently he mistreated his staff, up to and including the girls who served the pre-match snacks) everyone is a "brilliant guy, to be fair, he was great, honestly". I'm not knocking Tidser here - he doesn't seem to be lying. He just seems to be easy to get along with. But if you're looking for drama and dirt... nah, not happening. Just some fairly benign recollections. Nothing wrong with that, of course.

 

Maybe the most interesting thing is that Tidser says that Weatherson was a good influence on him and, of all the experienced players, was the one who offered him the most guidance. And apparently he was speaking to Aberdeen, Killie, and Bradford when he went to Rotherham.

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Actually another interesting part is that he says constant shouted instructions from the touchline are off-putting (for him). Evans was a prick about it; Duffy also did it but not aggressively, just out of habit.

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Actually another interesting part is that he says constant shouted instructions from the touchline are off-putting (for him). Evans was a prick about it; Duffy also did it but not aggressively, just out of habit.

I don't think any of us could do our jobs properly with Jim Duffy constantly screaming 'Ricki! Ricki! Ricki!' beside us.

You address me by my proper title, you little bollocks! 


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