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Just look at the body shape as he goes to swing his foot, remarkable. Very few players capable of doing that.

 

Stevie very impressive both domestically and in Europe.

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2 hours ago, Rotpeter said:

He may make it.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

He has definitely taken alot of Klopps approach to man management. Just whether he can add the football side of things now.

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It's only November and he's already 11 points clear, causing fans to protest their manager during a pandemic.

 

Can't wait till he gets here.

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24 minutes ago, Arnaud said:

How does it work ? I don’t get it ! 

It splits off halfway through and the top 6 or 8 or whatever and the same amount at the bottom and play a round robin home and away to decide the outcome of winners and relegation teams.

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40 minutes ago, Arnaud said:

How does it work ? I don’t get it ! 

Each team plays each other three times, bringing the number of games to 33 and the league is then divided into two six-team sections. Each team within a particular section plays the other five teams in their section once, bringing the total number of games played in the league season to 38.

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10 hours ago, Kevin D said:

It's only November and he's already 11 points clear, causing fans to protest their manager during a pandemic.

 

Can't wait till he gets here.

It's time.

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2 hours ago, Bad Red Bull said:

Each team plays each other three times, bringing the number of games to 33 and the league is then divided into two six-team sections. Each team within a particular section plays the other five teams in their section once, bringing the total number of games played in the league season to 38.

Fucking hell - never knew that! It’s even shiter than I thought!

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52 minutes ago, belarus said:

Fucking hell - never knew that! It’s even shiter than I thought!

 

Imagine the blooooooos scraping into the top 6 then having to play the big boys over and over again until the end of the season. Would be hilarious.

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I didn’t know that either - I just often used to think the Rangers Celtic games came round so quickly! To be honest I don’t take much notice of the Scottish league I just note how Stevie is getting on.

Be great if Stevie wins it!

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7 hours ago, suzy said:

I didn’t know that either - I just often used to think the Rangers Celtic games came round so quickly! To be honest I don’t take much notice of the Scottish league I just note how Stevie is getting on.

Be great if Stevie wins it!

Its a shame it will be with Rangers though.

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Interesting to see how they go with Benfica tonight.

Looking at the Europa tables was wondering domestically if it might be better for Celtic to play weakened teams and go out leaving Rangers ploughing on playing on Thursday nights.

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I used to follow Rangers (as a Scottish interest) when I was a kid aged 9 or 10 - I didn't know about any of that sectarian stuff.

Even when I did learn about it, I didn't really think any of it.

Then, in London in an Acton pub one night in 1989, a Scottish drinking acquaintance of mine, Brian, introduced me to his "friend", a Rangers supporter.

All hunky dory, I thought.

So I told this bloke, ironically in my naive opinion, that I followed Rangers even though I happened to be a Catholic.

He tried to glass me, while hissing though his clenched teeth, "you've got NO RIGHT to support Rangers".

Something of an eye opener, that evening.

 

Some months later, having moved to Paddington, I made acquaintance with a 'Gers man from the Glasgow shipyards... Kenny.

He and I enjoyed a few ciders/lagers over the ensuing months.

Luckily, he seemed OK with my weird allegiances.

 

I'm not fussed about Rangers any longer.

 

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Religion, like sex, should be a private habit, nothing to do with football .... especially religion.

 

Mo Johnston got lots of bad stuff when he decided to play for Rangers right ?

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8 minutes ago, Arnaud said:

Religion, like sex, should be a private habit, nothing to do with football .... especially religion.

 

Mo Johnston got lots of bad stuff when he decided to play for Rangers right ?

 

Yeah, he did.

 

Napoleon enacted the right thing about religion:  the freedom to practice your own. 

 

And the French have always done the right thing about sex:  had lots of it.

 

 

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