the sliver fox

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  1. I get you now buddy, the way I read it you were on about his time at Madrid. Too early in the morning for me, off for a strong coffee I think
  2. I'm fairly sure he did, scoring in the final too!
  3. Cristian Karembeu, still unable to figure out how he managed to have the career he did!
  4. Joe Garner can speak braille
  5. Joe Garner can slam a revolving door shut
  6. Terrible news for all involved. I've just returned from a day out in London celebrating my sons 10th birthday and was shocked to see this on the news. Words cannot express the shock felt by my family about this. Speedy recovery to all our brothers and sisters in hospital
  7. The lad in this vid is a tim, but is a top bloke. Know him from my time in the RAF
  8. ha ha ha, fucking cunt of a bloke
  9. ahh, clicked on the link before realising it was for the Daily Courageous. Article below: MARK WARBURTON is set to double his Rangers salary after thrashing out a new contract with chairman Dave King. Record Sport understands the Englishman had been hoping to finalise the terms of a new deal before facing Hibs in last Saturday’s Scottish Cup Final. But, although he was kept waiting by King, the pair eventually reached an agreement in principle before Warburton headed to the States on a family holiday yesterday morning. It’s anticipated that Warburton will put pen to paper on the new contract when he returns to Scotland to oversee pre-season training next month. It’s believed Warburton was on around £6,000-a-week during his first campaign at the club but, as a reward for leading Rangers into the top flight, he stands to take home twice as much - around £600,000 a year - next season. But, even so, his pay packet will be dwarfed by that of Celtic’s new manager Brendan Rodgers who, as Record Sport revealed last week, became the highest paid manager in the history of Scottish football when he agreed to become Ronny Deila’s replacement on a jackpot deal worth almost £2.4m a year. Warburton has already put serious work into planning for next season. Joey Barton’s arrival has set Ibrox pulses racing and he will be joined by Accrington Stanley duo Matt Crooks and Josh Windass who signed pre-contract agreements in January. Last week, Liverpool’s Under-19 captain Jordan Rossiter also signed up for the challenge. Meanwhile, Warburton’s assistant David Weir admits lessons will be learned from the Cup Final defeat by Hibs. He told the club’s official website: “I think overall there’s obvious disappointment with the result and probably with the performance as well, I don’t think we played as well as we could have done. “It’s disappointing to get in to a winning position as well and not hold on to that, so many aspects of the game we were disappointed with but within that as well you have to give Hibs credit for winning the cup. “With all that has been going on this weekend sometimes that has got lost a little bit, so credit to them, they played better than us on the day and in my opinion deserved to win. “We’re always learning, though. We’re always trying to get better, we’re always looking for areas where we can improve. “Maybe the game on Saturday highlighted the areas we need to improve on. “We’ll strive to do that, we’ll continue to look to get better and I think it’s quite clear in regards to where we need to improve, so that can be a positive thing for us moving forward. “Maybe if we had won it would have disguised a few things that we need to improve on and maybe in the long term that will be a good thing for us.”
  10. Mr Tumble likes this
  11. Still just the one, although it looks like he took Louie Walsh along to the game!
  12. Loved that, and you can hear in his voice how much Andy loves us.
  13. Can't remember the exact year, think it must have been 91 or 92 or who the opposition was, but we went 2-0 down very early on and were looking like a bag of shit. I quickly grabbed the game by the scruff of the neck, scored 5, including one direct from a corner, and set up 3 more to run out eventual winners 8-2. Best game of my primary school career.
  14. couldn't tell you mate, strict no walking off camp rule nowadays.
  15. Kabul, usually watch most games if I can get a decent feed going