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About ottoparts

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    I live too far away to attend many matches.
  1. As someone born in Scotland who grew up in Canada, I think I can explain this one. After you come to Canada, you pick up your accent from your parents growing up, but you are surrounded by people speaking with Canadian accents, so any words that come into your vocabulary after you come to Canada or aren't' used by your parents or family don't get spoken with a Scottish accent. So you end up sounding a bit stilted. With Fraser it's even more pronounced since he picked it up solely from his parents/family etc.
  2. Guests also aren't always from the great unwashed side of Glasgow. Most of the time I read the forums from my work computer and don't log in, so I'd appear as a guest at any given time unless I log in to post or answer a survey.
  3. Imagine Souness, Smith and Mcoist at the club at the same time? I am so mixed up with with which bid is which and all the rumours flying, but good god, what an effect, especially on the younger players, having that team at the helm could be.
  4. The comedian Drew Carey (Obviously bigger on this side of the pond than in Scotland) I met him in a bar in Las Vegas when I was wearing a Rangers strip and we stopped and talked for a wee bit. Knew a fair bit about the team as well, really nice guy.
  5. My Turkish pal still calls him Ulubatlı Souness after planting the Galatasaray flag in the Fenerbach centre circle after winning the turkish cup, still a legendary moment in Turkish football. A real character and a fierce competitor. Head and shoulders above the wee ned in the tracksuit both as a player and a manager.