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  1. left winger

    Killie and Livi away

    Not yet. It said from today on the email. Probably be tomorrow.
  2. left winger

    Crouch on Gerrard

    Interviewer: what would you be if you weren’t a professional footballer? Peter Crouch: A virgin.
  3. left winger

    Daniel Candeias Appreciation Thread

    As we progress, his game time will probably reduce, but he’s been a cracking signing.
  4. left winger

    Andy Murray Retires

    I’ve heard that before, but don’t know for sure. He’s certainly never come across as being as determined as Andy.
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    Andy Murray Retires

    His record in grand slam finals suggests one of three things - not talented enough, not good enough physically or not mentally strong enough. Or a combination, I suppose. I don’t think his talent or fitness was ever in doubt.
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    Andy Murray Retires

    I don’t think he was unlucky to be around at the same time of the other three - I doubt he’d have reached the standards he did, without their presence. Murray’s mental strengths lay mainly in the determination to succeed. When he failed he would always say he’d work harder and harder - perhaps he had to work smarter? Regarding ‘he never knew when he was beat’, I’d say it was the exact opposite. It was clear as day when Murray knew he was beat - body language and interaction with his team changed as if a switch was flicked. He was also fortunate, imo, to have it portrayed as there being four players at the top of tennis, especially, when Wawrinka won just as many grand slams as Andy did. On the subject of Wawrinka, If I was Andy Murray, I’d be a bit fucked off at the realisation that I didn’t win any more grand slams than him. Where he was unlucky, was meeting grand slam winners in his first grand slam finals - those finals taught him how to lose the biggest matches. He saw the guy on the other side being able to step up at the most important points and he couldn’t. The others faced non grand slam winners in their first finals, which was a huge advantage for them. If Murray had faced a player like Cilic or Wawrinka is his first grand slam final, he may have gone on and won more. Overall, he was a fantastic, world class tennis player - the best we’ve ever had in this country.
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    Andy Murray Retires

    It was shown time and again in the biggest matches. If you choose not to see it, that's up to you. It's why he couldn't take the step up to level of Federer, Djokovic and Nadal - don't think it was actual ability that stoped him winning more grand slams.
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    Andy Murray Retires

    Greatest British tennis player, ever, but not strong enough mentally, during matches, to be one of the greatest of all time. Still some career, though.
  9. left winger

    Celtic Sign World’s Greatest Striker

    So, he’s scored twice, but hasn’t played for four months?
  10. left winger

    No further punishment for Morelos

    Don’t see any of them complaining, or asking for a meeting about this, though - bunch of cunts!
  11. left winger

    Elite Sports to open a Glasgow store

    Better in the club’s pocket, surely?
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    I’m guessing it’s some sort of attempt at humour relating to Andy Robertson.
  13. left winger

    ***Official English Football Thread***

    Preferable to Michael Stewart and Steven Thomson.
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    Steven Davis

    You’re right - leaders do come in different forms. However, Davis didn’t lead by example - I don’t recall him dragging the team to victories, or stepping up to the plate when required, as other captains have done. Well, he managed it.