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    Quote Originally Posted by The_Moog View Post
    Don't disagree with any of that to be fair.

    As for "big changes?". We had our chance post 2012 & the clubs totally shat the bed - led front & centre by our former wig wearing buffoon.

    That chance is unlikely to ever come again & I for one cannot forgive Milne for doing everything in his power to ensure normal service would be resumed ASAP - as now appears to be the case. 11/1 voting was an unforgiveable outrage - what a c'unt.

    Scottish football's f'ucked - but so is football in most of the diddy leagues to be fair. The non competitive procession for timothy will continue for the time being. Sky will only cover the ugly sisters in future as any pretence of wider coverage will disappear with BT sport & everybody will rip the heid aff it (Milne especially) anticipating & hoping for helicopter Sundays as that's all that matters.

    Meanwhile we & the others will content ourselves with being total also rans, making up the numbers & living off the scraps those b@astards are grudgingly willing to share. I'm honestly just totally scunnered & fed up with the whole thing.

    It's a f'uckin disgrace that once in a lifetime opportunity was wasted really...
    That sums just sums it up for me, well said The_Moog.

    Milne is an utter disgrace.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RED_JOHN View Post
    He wonít be missed
    Fact. Contributed the square root of nothing in the last 6 months... about the same as he did last season. We actually look worse when he plays because he's so unbelievably slow.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Don_Corleone View Post
    Fact. Contributed the square root of nothing in the last 6 months... about the same as he did last season. We actually look worse when he plays because he's so unbelievably slow.
    Greg Stewart has done very little of any note during his spells at Aberdeen to warrant being a player who would be missed. We must do better in the summer recruitment or we will drop further down the table.

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    Iím talking about the player not the manager here but

    Greg Stewart reminds me of Mark McGhee
    But without the sheer bloody determination

    There.....he doesnít remind me of Mark McGhee at all.

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    Quote Originally Posted by donsdaft View Post
    Iím talking about the player not the manager here but

    Greg Stewart reminds me of Mark McGhee
    But without the sheer bloody determination

    There.....he doesnít remind me of Mark McGhee at all.
    I find it difficult to find similarities between McGhee & Stewart unless Stewart turns into a total arse of a manager.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Don_Corleone View Post
    Fact. Contributed the square root of nothing in the last 6 months... about the same as he did last season. We actually look worse when he plays because he's so unbelievably slow.
    He'll always have Brijeg.. The night we spanked the 8th best team in Bosnia... Oh those halcyonic nights of Euorpa League qualifying

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pacman1903 View Post
    Every club from the Premierships 3rd spot down should resign from the SFA/SPFL/LFL/HFL/SJFL etc and a new body should be started. Headed by Henry McLeish. He would then employ guys like Willie Miller and guys of that ilk. That guy will sort it given the chance. Id take a job at the offices voluntarily to help. Whether making the toast or cleaning the sh@ters
    That would be a start, but you still have the broadcasters, weegia, old pals acts, funny hand-shakes etc to get past too. Too many vested interests getting in the way of what's good for the game.

    That's behind my own obsession with sevco's finances. A proper death this time, with no resurrection is the only thing I can see that would change scottish football for the good. It would force them to consider a plan B - life outside the glasgow duopoly. They would need to focus on the league as a whole to make any money out of it - not just two clubs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Br0chred View Post
    I find it difficult to find similarities between McGhee & Stewart unless Stewart turns into a total arse of a manager.
    but thatís because you never did know anything about football.

    His close control is good, he goes into situations ( sometimes) and still comes out with the ball.

    Just not enough and without a trail of injured players behind him.

    Ach youíre right
    Nothing like him at all.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RED_JOHN View Post
    Greg Stewart has done very little of any note during his spells at Aberdeen to warrant being a player who would be missed. We must do better in the summer recruitment or we will drop further down the table.
    It was mentioned on the timothy match thread about the comment made by Andy Walker and as much as I think he is an utter t0sser his comment sums our situation with Greg Stewart up perfectly where he said "the only thing Greg Stewart has done for Aberdeen is make Kilmarnock a weaker side"
    Its hard to argue with that comment, and even although his absence at Kilmarnock has weakened them, they are still ahead of us in the league

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    Quote Originally Posted by blowupsheep View Post
    It was mentioned on the timothy match thread about the comment made by Andy Walker and as much as I think he is an utter t0sser his comment sums our situation with Greg Stewart up perfectly where he said "the only thing Greg Stewart has done for Aberdeen is make Kilmarnock a weaker side"
    Its hard to argue with that comment, and even although his absence at Kilmarnock has weakened them, they are still ahead of us in the league
    We should have signed their manager too. That would have really weakened them.
    It must be exciting for the clappies now that we are challenging the likes of Kilmarnock for league positions. Oh Derek McInnes

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    Signs a two year deal with the huns

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    Quote Originally Posted by nice1simmy View Post
    Signs a two year deal with the huns
    Lol, fats he gang tae play?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pacman1903 View Post
    ...........Is a hun b@stard
    I will reiterate

    He was going there yet still got a game for us

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    Quote Originally Posted by afc1903mad View Post
    Lol, fats he gang tae play?
    Pardon?

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    Quote Originally Posted by nice1simmy View Post
    Pardon?
    Lol auto correct fail.

    Where’s he going to play?

    Bench warmer at best

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    Pissing myself with laugher, stellar signing for the ******* Hun
    Totally useless ****
    Hope he got a good financial deal as he is nothing but a drain on wages
    So pleased he moved on.
    Nothing to see move on

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    Josh McGennis and Greg Stewart up front for Sevco next season.........I'm sh1tting myself.

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    Quote Originally Posted by afc1903mad View Post
    Lol auto correct fail.

    Where’s he going to play?

    Bench warmer at best
    I think he'll score goals for the huns,he'll be played in his correct position and as shown at killie he can score,he will be playing alongside better players at the huns than at killie,he will be decent coming off the bench for them in games,still a useless hun c@nt when he was with us though

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    Quote Originally Posted by nice1simmy View Post
    I think he'll score goals for the huns,he'll be played in his correct position and as shown at killie he can score,he will be playing alongside better players at the huns than at killie,he will be decent coming off the bench for them in games,still a useless hun c@nt when he was with us though
    You think he’ll get gametime? I’m not so sure.
    Coming off the bench to make an impact didn’t really work for him either and he doesn’t have the pace or work rate the Orcs will put up with.

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    I think he will do quite well at Motherwell or St Johnstone when he is loaned out in January.

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