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    had a group interview the day for a seasonal job at Amazon, swear to fuck a cunt turned up in a celtic top, for a job interview, you really can't make it up with this mob
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    Nothing wrong with that. Not that that'll stop those who have had enough of him using some or all of it to abuse him for it.
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    Me and the Hammer nearly 20yr ago at Durrants testimonial dinner, we had just beat the tims 2-0 and 10iar was back on, still to this day it was one of my greatest days being a bear.
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    St Johnstone FC vs Rangers FC Scottish Premiership Match Venue: McDiarmid Park Date: Friday the 13th of October Kickoff: 1945 (7:45pm) Available on BT Sport Recent Forms (Most Recent First) Rangers: WLWDW St Johnstone: LWLDD League Standings: Taigs: 20pts Aberdeen : 20pts Rangers : 14pts St Johnstone: 14pts Motherwell : 13pts Hibernian : 13pts Hearts : 9pts Dundee : 8pts Hamilton Accies: 7pts Ross County : 7pts Partick Thistle : 3pts Kilmarnock : 3pts Team News: Wallace is still out Rossiter is also out Jack is unavailable due to being red carded in the Accies game. Alves, John, Wilson and Kranjcar have all returned from injury Miller has also been brought back into the first team squad Top Scorers: A. Morelos (8) G. Dorrans (4) S. Candeias (3) E. Herrera (2) D. John (2) C. Pena (2) J. Tavernier (2) K. Miller (1) B. Alves (1) J. Windass (1) Next 5 Matches: (NS) Motherwell (League Cup Semi Final) 22nd Oct (H) Kilmarnock (Premiership) 25th Oct (A) Hearts (Premiership)28th Oct (H) Partick Thistle (Premiership) 4th November (H) Hamilton Accies (Premiership) 18th November Other Fixtures This Weekend:
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    https://www.thescottishsun.co.uk/news/1677791/scott-brown-madeleine-mccann-paedophile-chant-lithuania/ "One punter replied to the clip saying: hahahaha howling." I'm in fucking bits at that
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    Perhaps if you actually read the article rather than bumping your gums before commenting you would have realised we played a 15yo, and 2 x 17yo with 3 different set of players playing 3x35min periods. I know reading more than the headline hurts your head but you'll get better with practice.
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    A lot of fabricated dross . A distinct sign of the times where there are no levels to which the media will stoop to demonise the Rangers support.
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    'the club have tried to move away from the old sectarian stereotypes and songs' Hmmmmm. This is how they welcomed us on our last visit.
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    Pedro Caixinha believes Rangers have gone up to a new level after making the most of the international break. Gers face St Johnstone in Perth on Friday and the Ibrox boss has worked his team hard over the past week to ensure they are in top condition before facing Tommy Wright’s team. He says Saturday’s behind-closed-doors bounce game with Morton was also the perfect tune-up for Saints. Caixinha - who put out three different XIs during the Ton clash, which was played over three 35-minute periods - told RangersTV: “The whole week was great. We took advantage and worked on a lot of aspects, and worked at a high pace. So it was an intense week and we knew it was the moment for us to do that. “That is why we played the game with three periods of 35 minutes - giving 35 minutes to the players who have had more game-time and then giving a chance to those who have not played that much, as well as giving a chance to some young boys too. “So overall, it was a really good week and we are starting this week on a totally different level as we prepare for the next match. “I think Morton play in a similar way to St Johnstone, with more or less the same philosophy, so it was good to put in practice some of those things.” Caixinha also used the Morton friendly to blood young defenders Andy Dallas, Kyle McLelland, Lewis Mayo and Scott Gray. And he was encouraged by the way his fresh-faced back-line stood up to Jim Duffy’s side during the 3-3 draw. He said: “They played the last period. We had Andy at right-back. Kyle, who is 15, was one of the centre-halves, Lewis, who is 17, was the other one, and Scott, who is also 17, was the left-back. “So they did very well, and in that period of time, we only conceded the one goal from a direct free-kick. “I liked overall the three groups. They were three different groups, with a different formation in each of the periods. “It was also a moment for us to try something and also for us to give minutes to the players who have not been playing.”
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    Away tie against Dynamo Dresden
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    The wee man tells a great story of when him and Baxter were picked to play for a rest of the world side. Anyway, they are in the hotel when the team bus arrives and Baxter says to him you nip on the bus wee man and get us a couple of seats, I need to wait here, Puskas and Di Stefano want my autograph. Slim Jim, you can imagine him coming away with that. Brilliant
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