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  1. Sure it will have been mentioned, but the goal against Aberdeen at shittodrie, left foot outside the box. Ask any body who plays football how hard that was to do.
  2. To this day, nobody knows and it's to Jock Wallace's credit and respect for the club that that is the case. Different days, and different men.
  3. That kit was for two seasons, if you bought it straight away the stars needed ironed on which is what I had but can remember folk getting home tops with stitched stars. Batches were probably split 03/04 ironed, 04/05 stitched, however the 03/04 away kit was stitched. So aye, it it in all likelihood genuine, just not a first batch shirt which is better because the ironed on stars were not great.
  4. Paisly Road West to the tune of No.1 Platoon. Not necessarily favourite, but favourite just now.
  5. No point being negative, all we can do is pick ourselves up and rally. Too many cunts on here wanting to give up, what doesn't kill you makes you stronger. I'll happily look a fool being optimistic and full of hope rather than some of the embarrassments on here already giving the taigs the title. It's football and anything can happen, no fucking surrender!
  6. Think I'm finally over Wednesday night, battle fever is kicking in. We shall not be mastered, show no fear, no respect and no surrender! Into the cunts!!
  7. It's the manner of the draw, agree totally it's normally an ok result but not considering how it happened. Hopefully it will galvanise us and give the players extra fire for Sunday. Half full Loyal...
  8. Heart and Hand segment on the Advocaat years is a right good listen, but paints the picture that he was an early "philosophy" manager. O'Neil built a team that didn't want to play into our hands or try and match us for footballing quality/ability and Advocaat couldn't or wouldn't adapt. With regards to Europe, I honestly think he couldn't have had worse luck at times. Drawing Parma in the Uefa cup (eventual winners) and then the group with Bayern, Valencia and PSV. Not to mention the entire Mols travesty. McLeish took us through with 7 points ffs, and a team who finished 3rd.
  9. Slightly off topic, but I would have loved Casillas to have been in goals for Porto over these games, mostly down to the fact I imagine it would mean a lot to McGregor, based on absolutely nothing...
  10. I thought he was pretty much 6ft on the dot? I dare say he must be below average in terms of top drawer keepers? Can't name any shorter at his level off the top of my head anyway.
  11. It's not hatred or anything, just remember Klos sticking by us when there was options for him and also taking the armband. Was a lot younger then so probably a blind spot there as well...
  12. An absolute favourite of mine, could never take to Waterreus and hold no fond memories of him mainly due to keeping Klos out. Childish, but that's how it is. It felt like the mistakes Klos made in 05/06 were his first ever and that McLeish showed him no loyalty in that regard. Only thing I slightly hold against McLeish, his treatment of Klos (in my eyes). Klos, Goram, McGregor. Three 'short' keepers, all unbelievable shot stoppers and game savers.
  13. Same scenario, absolute belters. Would have stock piled them along with VW camper cans and buying early shares in Google/Amazon... 2001/02 Home strip
  14. Paper thin, and never really heals. The microscopic hairs in the cochlea that can't be regrown is the other danger.
  15. He gets fouled in my opinion. That fucking pitch man, huge leveller. Shouldn't be legal in professional football. Don't believe the Kamara foul and booking happens on grass
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