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  1. 6 points
  2. Germany gave up the Nuclear Option some years ago, rather short-sightedly as events prove. Stugeon, of course, will not permit nuclear power stations within Scotland, but will be happy enough for the country to take nuclear power generated elsewhere (England), via the National Grid. Quite how Scotland is going to generate sufficient power, when its needed, to charge-up all the electric cars, bikes, vans, lorries, trucks, trains, and -Gawd help us- ferries that we will be using is anybody's guess. A series, or network, of small regional or local nuclear facilities would seem the easiest way forward. The tech is probably there - we have nuclear powered submarines, and nuclear powered ice-breakers, and Rolls Royce, and others would, I am sure, be delighted to roll out a programme of small power stations. The major drawback, and it is huge, is that this -any- SNP administration would make a rip roaring cu nt of such a project - guaranteed.
    5 points
  3. A 100 Year Old Bahamian Folk Melody. It began last week, Rangers released their new 150th anniversary strip. A tribute to the Gallant Pioneers, the minute long launch video was accompanied with appropriate mood music, 'Four Lads had a Dream'. Most folks will know the tune as the Sloop John B, popularised by the Beach Boys. Some will remember Gorbals own, Lonnie Donegan covering the song in the early sixties? The air is a traditional Bahamian folk song about a sunken ship, first published in 1916. The same melody is also utilised for the so called, 'Famine Song'. Glasgow University Senior Lecturer, Jeanette Findlay took to Twitter in her role as Chair of Call it Out. The former Secretary of the Irish Republican Bands Association labeled the tune "racist" stated the club's launch was, "pandering to racists" and concluded, "this is no accident". Four minutes later, BBC Scotland's Senior Journo, Margaret Gilmour re-Tweeted Findlay's opinion whilst liking it and, five minutes further on, Michael Stewart did similar. The usual suspects piled in and on. Angela Haggerty was in a state of fulmination. Michael took it further, made a few more Tweets linking the launch tune to those arrested whilst marching through Glasgow City centre on the morning of the last old firm game. Michael demanded explanation for his interpretation of club formal backing of intimidation? The high water mark of this latest outrage was reached when Fettes College educated Hibee and Herald Journo, Aidan Smith did two pieces; firstly explaining the furore, then reporting Michael's outrage. Humza, Dornan, Devine, ........ etc did not reinforce and the necessary momentum was lost. It was left to PQ's Hater-in-Chief, Stuart Cosgrove to attempt a resuscitation during Off the Ball. At one O'Clock on Saturday, there is usually a five minute chat with Big Dick on matters to be discussed on the upcoming Sportsound. DrStu' was already lamenting no Big Dick as Host, the Token Kenny Macintyre promised live coverage of five of the afternoon's fixtures, and being right across happenings at Ibrox. DrStu' pushed it, "any discussion on the underlying trends in Scottish football this week"? Kenny showed Cosgrove a straight bat thus the Saintee pushed, "looking forward to hearing Michael Stewart's take"? The Token told a tale of no Michael contribution. Michael over egging a rancid pudding should be put to a century old Bahamian folk melody. Chico the Clown. These last thirty plus years, BBC Scotland's Comedy Unit has relied heavily on the existence of Chick Young. Those who schooled with Chico at Bellahouston Academy tell of his love for Rangers. Chick began his journalistic career as a Cub-Reporter at the Rangers News, his first book was, 'the Rebirth of the Blues' a diary of the Souness first season as Rangers boss. Chick bought a Cabin Cruiser 25 years past, became Captain Calamity and, smelled the PQ wind lifting from the water. After enduring the navigation from Rhu to Cumbrae, Chick experienced a catharsis announcing he had become a Buddy - constantly articulating a life long devotion to St Boo. Cap'n Calamity has safely navigated passage to his eighth decade and rode the BBC Scotland waves last weekend by immersing himself in conspiracy theories. He wondered aloud on Sunday, "Sportscene showed us Porteous tackling Aribo last week, why no highlights of Aribo's launch into Cammy Devlin"? Chico was only following the joint Twitter outrage of Tam McManus and Michael Stewart. James McFadden answered the question, "I've seen the footage, the Ref' got it right with a yellow card". Unfazed, Chick set the tiller into the strong breeze, "St Mirren play Rangers next week and Jim Goodwin will want to avoid such refereeing". The eddies and currents swirled as the skipper pulled his anchored adorned cap over his pate. The discussion was Newcastle's predicted managerial vacancy. McFadden, Foster, Cricthon all agreed the Georgies would probably have Gerrard on their discussion list. The name, his record in Europe and, the manner of last year's Premiership victory would be in his favour. Kenny Macintyre added Gerrard had stated he would not get involved in the speculation because Steve Bruce was a good friend and in position. Chico went full Coco, "before Newcastle look at someone winning one out of nine trophies available, they should be looking at St Johnston's Callum Davidson". Chick should be sailing on a sea of sand, advising the Saudis. Tom Talks Tosh. Last night Angeball was retrieved from the slates and re-inflated. Sellik had done the fourth team in the Hungarian league and Tom Anguish was purring. It was unusual, Big Dick hosting with Tom adding colour. Where was Pat Bonner? Any game at Paradise requires Pat and Tom giving the blarney large, in stereo. Anyways, Tom made up for Pat's absence. At half time he dismissed Ferencvaros as, "playing for the draw" and speculated Sellik's possession stat'," would not be less than 25%"? Big Dick looked at the stats and relied, "it's 63%". Tom did not want to disrespect the statisticians, then went on to do just that. He reminded the listenership of how unique the event was, "it's three O'Clock on a Tuesday afternoon and there's sixty thousand here". Once Tom begins to polish a Sellik turd there's no stopping the Bhoy, "these supporters have had to put up with the whole Covid vaccination passport thing too". Talking of Vaccine Passports, BBC Scotland went big on both TV and radio with this. Chris McLaughlin, remember him? He conducted vox-pops for both mediums, taking to his fellow supporters of the green'n'grey pre-match. All were articulate, all praised with the Scottish Government approach and, all were willing to put up with anything furra Sellik. I don't know why Chris didn't just go into the PQ Canteen and interview members of the CSC which he Chairs? Tomorrow night, the current resident of the PQ naughty step is Richard Foster and he will watch Premier Sports in a studio and "be right across all events at Ibrox". There will be no vox-pops.
    5 points
  4. Russia, China, India, etc will continue to use fossil fuels to generate electricity, fuel transport and heat homes. Even Germany will continue using coal in many of its power stations. As long as they do, things like electric cars and heat pumps are merely expressions of elite western guilt and fantasy. If we genuinely want to make changes, they have to be ones that improve our quality of life, not destroy it. Govt could signal some common sense by pursuing nuclear power and massive hydrogen generation on a national scale. For as long as grandstanding and virtue signalling continue to be the main preoccupation of politicians, there is little hope of common sense taking root any time soon.
    4 points
  5. 3 points
  6. You will need plenty of storage as combi/condensing boiler owners will need to reinstall a cylinder , then there is the outside extractor, heat pump and controller plus the larger rads to make any noticeable heat difference. In fact most people will detect that their water isn't as hot or the rooms are not heating up as they did, unless they live in a sealed box as Uileam says. As Bill says, this is all for show as it will not make a jot of difference if the UK lowers its already quite low carbon footpring while China, Russia, India, Germany, and Indonesia pump out approaching 60% of the worlds pollution. In fact China and Russia aren't even bothering to attend COP, but it will not stop the insufferable Swedish brat lecturing the naughty West for letting the plebs get on flights or drive their cars, or heat their homes - how dare they!!!
    3 points
  7. We have scheduled a maintenance window during which our providers will migrate our hosting service to new hardware. The maintenance window starts this SUNDAY, 24th OCTOBER 2021 10pm and it ends MONDAY, 25th OCTOBER 2021 6am (UK time). During that period I'd imagine the forum will be unavailable - apologies for any inconvenience.
    3 points
  8. John 'Jerry' Kerr was within weeks of ending his dozen years as manager of Dundee United when Rangers pitched up, hoping to at least secure a point to keep them out of the relegation zone. The speculation was that 34 year old Jim McLean would journey the length of Dens Road to take over from the retiring Kerr. The west Lothian born Kerr had previously been both a Rangers player and Coach. He managed United to home and away wins over Barcelona in 1966. Jerry was a mixture of old school and the innovative. He is credited with United being called, 'the Arabs'. In the early-mid sixties the Tannadice pitch was such a ploughed field that Kerr's solution was to flatten the surface with tons of sand. The innovation was inspired by his wife, Barbara. She suggested United change from their traditional black and white colours to tangerine after a pre-season visit to the States in 1969. It was a most popular move, as a schoolboy playing amateur football at that time; it seemed every other side played in the kit. The Tannochside RSC bus departed early, pre-match lunch was taken at the Isle of Skye Hotel, Perth. Again, playing for the school mitigated against attendance and I was confined once more to the Fir Park enclosure. Morton and a free pie was poor return. Dundee United lined up : McAlpine, Rolland, Cameron, Markland, Gray, Henry, Reid, Copland, Gordon and, Devlin. Rangers ran out with : McCloy, Jardine, Mathieson, McKinnon, Smith, Greig, Henderson, Conn, Stein, Fyfe and, MacDonald. The given attendance was 17,000. As stated, BBC Radio Scotland's match day coverage began at 15.30hrs, live commentary began at twenty to four. A clearly excited David Francey was garrulous, Rangers were unexpectedly three up after half an hour. Doddie had notched a double and Colin, Colin Stein had also arrived at the party. The news improved just before half time as the Skipper scored a fourth. At Fir Park, John 'Jumbo' Muir was revelling in 'Well fan cult status, he was remonstrating with Keeper, Keith MacRae over Morton's goal in a 3-1 claret and amber victory. Rangers went nap in Dundee through Sandy Jardine just before the hour mark and Jackie Copland finished the scoring with a final minute consolation for the Arabs. A 1-5 victory was unexpected among both the Rangers support and the Portuguese press. A Bola's headline screamed, "They're a Lot of Big Horses". Apparently, we had frightened Dundee United to death and had given the ball a doing too. Evaluating our players A Bola painted a colourful picture, "McCloy is very tall and possessed god hands and reflexes". The only rated defender was John Greig, "however, he is more than a defender, he attacks like a grown up". The midfield was rated, "Jardine is fulcral to all Rangers attacks, combines well with Penman and Fyfe". Our forwards were scattergun, "Henderson dribbles too much, Stein is the great demolition man and, MacDonal has a common name but an uncommon approach". Finally, A Bola's concluded, "the old firm rivalry is not what they say, there are no deaths". Rangers were struggling to stay in contention in the Championship but the Tannadice victory had moved us up to ninth in the table. It was official, we were mid table opposition. Sporting Lisbon had won all six of their opening league fixtures and were sitting proudly at the top of the Portuguese table. They were due at Ibrox midweek and a huge surprise awaited as they emerged from the tunnel.
    3 points
  9. He and Alan Pardew will be 1 and 2 at Newcastle with Lennon as Director of Football
    3 points
  10. Re 2nd goal against Brondby see the benefits of having two strikers/forwards on the park?
    2 points
  11. After reading this comment, purposely I tuned into BBC Radio Scotland's lunchtime news and sports bulletin at 1pm. Jonathan Sutherland hosted the five minute sports slop. Two items; firstly Scotland's qualification for the cricket T20 world cup was discussed, and quite rightly too. Scotland won all three of their qualification matches against Bangladesh, Papua New Guinea and, Oman. This involved a couple of recorded interviews with the Skipper of the side and a recently retired Scots cricketer. Secondly, another two minutes were allocated to the scarcity of Rugby Union Referees in Scotland. No mention of the Rangers match or BBC Scotland's coverage. Just as well, the coverage was Big Dick and Tom Anguish in a PQ studio, watching a TV and making comments. There was neither a half time or full time report, simply told the audience the result. At half time, Big Dick announced a chat on Scotland's other club participating in European football and, Tom immediately used the adjectives, "tremendous", "extra ordinary" and, "fantastic". The sellik support were buying into Ange, "they believe in him" and then he eulogised Tuesday afternoon's attendance, "we're talking sixty thousand at three O'Clock here, better than a dozen Champions League games". According to Tom one of those CL matches was Barcelona against Rangers? You need a helluva lot of Brasso to put a shine on a turd, I suspect Tom has been enjoying a fly tipple? To complete the circle, no mention of our score on BBC Scotland's early morning sports bulletin either. No wonder Cosgrove can regularly state he doesn't get Rangers supporters, "they're on the sidelines beelin". We are well done the road to Espanyolification at PQ. They don't want to talk about us unless it's a BIG negative; however they continue to take our License Fees because they have mortgages, school fees and, holidays to pay for. It's a huge efort on their part, maintaining the hatred.
    2 points
  12. ITV adverts celebrating Black History Month demonstrate remarkable foresight. Children who will be Bafta, Booker, Nobel prize winners. Future History, groundbreaking stuff.
    2 points
  13. Last nights news reported the scotch assemblies latest anxiety in respect of the carbon polluting Scottish Islands air routes. Lots of blah blah blah from interested parties and self back patters, but no remedy was actually specified. Unless they have a fleet of oatmeal powered zeppelins hangered up at Prestwick I fear a reduction in services is inevitable, thus reducing the devolved admins subsidy expenditure.
    2 points
  14. It’s an astonishing return. It’s easy to forget how hard it is to reach full fitness when you are constantly picking up injuries, yet he scores at this rate. That is why I see him as one of our most important players.
    2 points
  15. The opening paragraph tells you all you need to know about the state of journalism in Scotland The SFA aren't being "forced" to play Parks and Rangers legal fees. The challenged a ruling and lost, the consequences means they are liable for the costs. Price for not knowing your own rules really.
    2 points
  16. I actually think there are a lot of positives to take from that and it could be used as a bit of a springboard. The forwards are starting to find a flow. Equally, it has to be said that we showed the same defensive frailties against an ordinary side and still a lack of ruthlessness in front of goal so we’re not out of the woods yet.
    2 points
  17. Hindsight is a wonderful thing! it was the right thing to do at that time for Katic
    2 points
  18. I thought Barasic was very poor tonight, the rest did well
    2 points
  19. A pity we couldn't add another goal or two to our first half goals but, one or two mistakes aside, that was a decent display tonight and I hope the players take heart from it. Aribo a clear man of the match but I said before the game the manager was looking to rely on his experienced players and they all turned up as I thought Goldson and Tav played well, as did Davis and Morelos before we he went off. Plenty more to come but we move onto Sunday and other tough match.
    2 points
  20. There's no doubting Roofe's quality but I don't the manager has found his best role in the team quite yet. I think him and Morelos can play together but they need Kent alongside them to be properly effective as a unit.
    2 points
  21. It's what he does, he would never be out of my team
    2 points
  22. Roofe 49 games, 25 goals..... decent numbers
    2 points
  23. I think that is the best I've seen Morelos play for a long time, and I am always critical of his recent displays
    2 points
  24. 2 points
  25. From what I have read: Just the ticket if you live in a new, triple insulated, hermetically sealed box, designed to high green standards. Retro fitting is tricky, and it is likely that new rads will be necessary, or new floors, as they seem to work best with underfloor heating; you're probably talking about stripping the external wall linings and replacing with high performance insulation. Maybe replacing windows. You will need a hot water cylinder indoors. They can be noisy, some say very noisy, to operate, and they need to be close to or on the wall of your hoose. I don 't know about the size and power output to volume ratio, but I imagine, the bigger the house, the higher the ceilings, the bigger the pump, the greater the space required for the installation. Apart from which there is a paucity of pukka installers/maintenance fitters. So, for the time being, keep on the, ahem, back burner.
    2 points
  26. At least Hagi has a go. He’s compelled ‘keepers to make some decent saves.
    2 points
  27. The Gherald's take is below. 'Garry Borland QC for the SFA said that the original court decision "flouted common sense". ' The Hearing was before Lord Carloway (et alia) the Justice who, i I r c, declared, (in)famously, citing that very commodity, 'common sense', that EBTs represented emoluments, and thus should be taxed. An interesting tactic, then, from the SFA's man. 20th October SFA pay the price as Rangers chairman Douglas Park wins legal dispute over SPFL £8m cinch sponsorship By Martin Williams @Martin1WilliamsSenior News Reporter SFA pay the price as Rangers chairman Douglas Park wins legal dispute over SPFL £8m cinch sponsorship https://www.heraldscotland.com/news/homenews/19660786.sfa-pay-price-rangers-chairman-douglas-park-wins-legal-dispute-spfl-8m-cinch-sponsorship/ THE Scottish Football Association is being forced to pay all costs after losing a fight to exclude a firm run by the Rangers chairman from an arbitration in the club's sponsorship row with the Scottish Professional Football League (SPFL). In August, Rangers chairman Douglas Park, whose company has his own sponsorship deal with the club, claimed a court victory in blocking the SFA proceeding with the case against the Ibrox club. But Scottish football's governing body has be en seeking to have the Court of Session decision to grant an interim interdict overturned to stop Park's from being an interested party in the dispute over the Ibrox club's refusal to promote an £8m league sponsorship deal with used car retailer cinch. But the Court of Session appeal court has thrown out the SFA's challenge. Scottish football's governing body is now having to foot both its and Park's costs in the case. The Scottish Professional Football League (SPFL) asked the SFA to arbitrate after Rangers refused to promote car retailer cinch, citing an agreement they already have with Park's of Hamilton. The club have not displayed any cinch branding on players' shirts, nor on any advertising hoardings or media boards. The club claim the SPFL's rule 17 means they are not obliged to promote the sponsorship because they have their own pre-existing contract with Park's of Hamilton second-hand car dealerships. The SPFL referred the dispute to the SFA in August and an arbitration case was set to proceed, but the proceedings have now been placed under an interim interdict. The dispute resolves around a failure to include Park's in the arbitration process. The SFA argue Park's are not part of the jurisdiction of the governing body, should not be party to the dispute and should not be part of the arbitration process that it orchestrates. But a previous hearing ruled that Park's - a rival car retailer to cinch can take part in the arbitration process as an interested party. Garry Borland QC for the SFA said that the original court decision "flouted common sense". But Gavin McColl QC for Park's said the dispute was best resolved with all the parties that have an interest in the dispute being involved. He said it made "little commercial sense" for Park's to be "forced" to go to court to "seek to vindicate its contractual position". He added: "It is plain beyond any question that Park's is a party with an interest, a real patrimonial interest in the dispute." He said that the SPFL’s own rules show that Rangers is correct not to allow cinch branding at Ibrox. Lord Carloway, Lord President of the Court of Session and Lord Justice General of Scotland said there was "no reason" to reverse the original court's decision. The SPFL have previously warned the dispute could affect payments from the five-year deal with cinch, warning clubs the stand-off presented a "real and substantial commercial risk". Scotland's leagues had been without a title sponsor last season after the previous deal with bookmaker Ladbrokes ended. A letter to clubs said the SPFL board - on which Rangers managing director Stewart Robertson sits - had been trying to settle "this very serious impasse" to no avail. It also stated that Rangers have not provided the SPFL board with "sight of any pre-existing third-party contract" that would represent a conflict of commercial interest. After Mr Park's initial court victory Rangers accused the SPFL of adopting an "inadequate and antagonistic approach". It said the ruling "once again underlines ongoing concerns regarding the corporate governance and leadership of the SPFL". The club added: “These concerns are shared by many of the SPFL’s member clubs. We have complied with the SPFL’s own rules but today’s court hearing was one that could easily have been avoided if those responsible had adopted a more consensual and less confrontational approach. “The Executive of the SPFL required to carry out effective due diligence before entering into its contract with the new league sponsor. “Instead, an inadequate and antagonistic approach appears to have been adopted; one that it is hard to imagine is in the best interests of the SPFL’s member clubs.” Last month, judge Lord Braid heard advocate Lord Keen of Elie QC - who has been representing the SPFL - say that bosses at Rangers Football Club Ltd spoke to chiefs at cinch about renaming the club’s stadium earlier this year. The lawyer told the Court of Session that the organisations explored the possibility of calling the club’s home ‘the cinch Ibrox stadium.’ The club denied the claim. Following the hearing, a statement from Rangers read: “Cinch approached Rangers to discuss commercial opportunities in early 2021. “Rangers provided information on what opportunities might become available. This is common practice for our commercial team. “At no point did cinch offer any terms to Rangers. Contrary to the SPFL’s claims, no ‘negotiations’ took place."
    2 points
  28. Over the piece morelos has more than chipped in with his goals. His record speaks for it self. The service to our main strikers this season has been appalling. No imagination or guile at all when we attack. The first half against Hearts was the only time this season i could actually say we looked like a team and i could actually see a game plan. Other than that we are bang average. Were still waiting on the team hitting form but i fear that the way were going hell will freeze over before that happens. Theres a few first team picks that need to step up to the plate very quickly. 1 goal in 9 league games isnt good enough for aribo and hagi isnt any better in that department.
    2 points
  29. The more exposure for Rangers' victories -esp those in Court- the better.
    2 points
  30. Right on time ... Andrew Dickson @mrandrewdickson Following an investigation by an ethics and disciplinary inspector, UEFA have concluded there was "insufficient evidence of racism or discriminatory conduct" at Sparta Prague v Rangers to warrant the opening of disciplinary proceedings against the Czech club. UEFA could just as well call a day on their Respect and anti-racism campaign ...
    2 points
  31. I renewed my TV Receiver Licence under protest. Several protests, actually, one of which was the BBC Scotland fiasco with regard to Rangers. Here is what BBC Audience Services say. Rangers continue to operate an exceptional ban on one of our journalists which severely restricts our ability to report freely from Ibrox. We hope you’ll understand that, in order to maintain public trust in the impartiality and independence of our reporting, it is the BBC’s responsibility to determine who should report, on its behalf, on any particular story or organisation. It would be inappropriate for us to allow any other body or organisation to pick and choose which BBC reporters should or should or should not provide our news reports. We have offered to return to Ibrox to provide match commentaries and interviews etc. while we try to find a permanent solution to the overall dispute, but Rangers have said this is unacceptable. We continue to speak to the Club as we seek to find a mutually agreeable solution to the current impasse. I’m conflicted here. While I understand that others have different needs from the Broadcaster I personally don’t want any Sportscene/Sound people back at Ibrox because they will just carry on where they left off but it’s the principle that matters. I’ll be answering the letter to see if I can persuade them to reply more substantively and more accurately. (What “ban”?) In addition, they are silent on the Manchester United/Dundee United scenarios on which I invited comparison. One of the non Rangers matters I raised was the futility of the BBC Scotland Channel. They tell me it’s the most watched digital channel between 7pm and midnight. After BBC 1, BBC 2, ITV/STV, and Channels 4 and 5. What an achievement. I wonder who came sixth. ALBA?
    2 points
  32. As Uilleam has highlighted above, the 15 year old MV Loch Shirra made contact with the seabed over a week past. It's still out and Cal-Mac are refusing to say when the vessel will return to service. The ferry carries 250 passengers and up to 36 vehicles. The route is the continuous shuttle between Largs and the Isle of Cumbrae(Millport). Cal-Mac's solution so far has been cancelation of the service and re-routing other vessels, mainly from the already diminished Arran service. There will be significant knock on effect on the winter timetables of services to Mull, Islay and, Arran. Again, why is it a state secret on the extent of the damage done and when the boat can return to service? The MP for North Ayrshire and Arran is the SNP's Patricia Gibson. As I understand it, all SNP MPs sign off at the beginning of each Parliamentary session to NOT criticise the SNP lead Scottish Government at Holyrood. Patricia Gibson has an opportunity to inform her constituents on matters MV Loch Shirra because sh is currently suspended from the party as allegations from a Westminster SNP Staffer of sexual harassment are investigated. You may remember that the SNP's then Chief Whip, Patrick Grady was also suspended for similar allegations made by a young male staffer? Of course, like lots of things SNP it is a family affair. Patricia's Husband is MSP, Kenny Gibson. He enjoys frequent long holidays with his Parliamentary Secretary. Kenny Chaired Holyrood's Housing Committee for four years without revealing that he and wife Patricia were West End Landlords(they owned four flats being rented out to Undergraduates). Still, this is an opportunity for Patricia to be a Whistleblower, tell her constituents what they NEED to know.
    2 points
  33. He doesn’t have the fitness levels of a Kamara or Jack and Davis should be coming on for him when he tires.
    2 points
  34. Happens when you are carrying others......
    2 points
  35. ' Inspired' by paper cleared from a jammed colour printer.
    2 points
  36. I like Wolves but the winner was a big deflection. Make you sick if you’re a Villan or if like compo and rousseau you predicted 2-2 draws.
    2 points
  37. I always worry about our goal threat without Roofe in the team, even when he’s not on form. An injury to Roofe is still a massive risk to our season. I won’t go over old ground on Morelos, but we’ve missed our chance to sell him at peak value. We are sleepwalking into disaster at the moment. One of the weakest Celtic sides in recent memory have been in the disarray and are within touching distance of us. Bear in mind we have had more favourable fixtures than them to date. We haven’t even been to Parkhead, Tynecastle or Easter Road yet.
    2 points
  38. He is maybe Scotland's Gavin Williamson...
    2 points
  39. He thinks he is no small drink, but is out of his depth in every role: that takes talent, to be fair.
    2 points
  40. The Hearts’ goal had been coming for about twenty minutes. Rangers’ defenders need a tackling and clearance coach. The last part of every match has the team struggling to hold a lead. The Hearts’ goal wouldn’t have mattered if Rangers had scored from three chances in the same period - Roofe unlucky, Morelos wasteful.
    2 points
  41. I've been liking Lundstram's work, not just the goal, which was a topper
    2 points
  42. Yeah, DAFC in League Cup. Decent enough 1st half and playing well. How has Hearts 14 not been booked yet?
    2 points
  43. They were pelting Tav when he was taking a corner.
    1 point
  44. Good solid 1st half, Morelos looks sharp tonight, deserved lead
    1 point
  45. Their troubles sound remarkably like our own this season.
    1 point
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