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    Just seen Big Josh wipe oot the ref in yesterday's game, ref had to go aff concussed.

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    See watching that Channel 5 highlights show, there's a few guys that've darkened our doorstep pop up there.

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    Megginson just scored v Buckie

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    And again

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    Hatrick. And nae even HT

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    Quote Originally Posted by sheepcrooky View Post
    For me, Maddison will never make the top grade (too lightweight and greedy), but he will still make a good living out of football.
    That's what they said about a certain Portuguese winger when he first signed for Man Utd. Frank Skinner used to do a skit mocking the number of step-overs he used to make.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ragnarok View Post
    That's what they said about a certain Portuguese winger when he first signed for Man Utd. Frank Skinner used to do a skit mocking the number of step-overs he used to make.
    Hes still sh@te

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    Quote Originally Posted by OneBrianIrvine View Post
    Scotsman interview with Stuart Kennedy >>

    http://www.scotsman.com/sport/footba...very-1-4604591
    Great read...

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    Great read ... I always liked Stuart Kennedy. He made that position his own while he was there .... but particularly good tae read positive stuff about Bobby Clark. B.C was a teacher at my school .... and was known that, as a teacher, he insisted that us wee laddies call him 'Mr Clark' ..... as was correct - him bein a teacher .... and expectin the same courtesy/respect other teachers demanded.
    Problem was, this was known ... so those chancers, big-cheeses and arseholes in our midst, would play the 'big man' and call him 'Bobby' .... which they were welcome tae do in every other situation outwith that of being a school dude in his charge ...... whereupon, they would get 'the scud'. ..
    And Bobby, Sorry, Mr Clark, could dish out a mair decent 'scud' than maist 'proper' teachers.

    But, my fave Memory o' Mr Clark, aside fae him bein 'Bobby' atween the sticks for AFC, was that time at Powis school playin fields ... Ah wis in goals, cos Ah wis last pick .. bein (regarded as) ****e onywye else on the field .... and Ah pulled aff a hoor o a lang divin save. And ma goallie hero ... Mr Clark ... applauded me and commented loudly ... athoot swearin ..... aboot ma save

    Proud moment for me

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    Both Ash Taylor and Peter Pawlett in the English League One Team of the Week.

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    Quote Originally Posted by OneBrianIrvine View Post
    Not an ex don per se but not sure where else to put this - God presenting Gordon with a medal recognising his 50th cap.

    Contrast his mellifluous eloquence with that of Malky 'ehm' Mackay.
    Still get goosebumps hearing Willie speak.

    https://twitter.com/ScottishFA/statu...13084469649409
    Jeez that was tedious listening to Malky stutter his way through that.

    Quote Originally Posted by sheepcrooky View Post
    Both Ash Taylor and Peter Pawlett in the English League One Team of the Week.
    Some going that. Is Pawlet getting a regular game? I see Derek Adams was manager of the team of the week.

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    Fraser Fyvie ruled out for the season with a snapped cruciate ligament, ouch ye ****er. Is that what happened to him with us on Alloa’s plastic pitch?

    Not been the the best week for injuries for some of our ex-players.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sheepcrooky View Post
    Fraser Fyvie ruled out for the season with a snapped cruciate ligament, ouch ye ****er. Is that what happened to him with us on Alloa’s plastic pitch?

    Not been the the best week for injuries for some of our ex-players.
    Bloody hell I had to look up who he played for.

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    Jamie "too good to let go" Masson and Mitch Megginson both score for Sevcovagabonds today

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    Lawrence Shankland hit a 35 min hatrick today

    He is averaging a goal every 94 mins this season

    Fair play to the loon

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pacman1903 View Post
    Lawrence Shankland hit a 35 min hatrick today

    He is averaging a goal every 94 mins this season

    Fair play to the loon
    Aye .... fair play indeed. Ah wis jist thinkin today, listenin tae the fitba on the wireless, if we fancied takin the loon back, and offered Maynard and Cosgrove as a swap, we'd be laughed at!

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    Fair play to the lad, but I kinda suspect he's a "Brian Prunty" type character that'll score for fun in the lower leagues but is a bit short for the top level.

    In his chances here that I seen, he looked a lang way short.

    He's young enough to prove me wrong like, and I hope he does.

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    Big Toni. Manager of Guingamp

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    Shame you didnt get the cheque too

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    The two top scorers in the Scottish football league are currently

    Lawrence Shankland

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    David Goodwillie

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