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  1. They were getting confused in the use of the word sooing from their usual tv viewing because they thought that was what sooty and sweep did when having a 3 way.
  2. signed
  3. Apparently Lovenkrands in for number 3 job
  4. Makes a good blowjob though
  5. A few of the team just now could do with a few tins before playing.
  6. Just been on the radio he's with us for training.
  7. No point counting prize money as this is usually confiscated to go towards paying fines levied on us.
  8. you could try using a tor browser instead of vpn
  9. Cant get a link to work from this site or manage to copy and paste it. You need to put Daily Mail taxpayers face 800k bill over hampden pitch invasion into google.
  10. http://www.<No links to this website>/news/scottish-news/edinburgh-teenager-named-thug-accused-8029559
  11. http://www.<No links to this website>/news/scottish-news/watch-rangers-keeper-wes-foderingham-8030070
  12. Rangers FC: Joey Barton drops huge hint he's heading to Ibrox by quoting Bob Dylan lyrics to Gers fans 07:15, 23 May 2016 THE times may be a changing for the former England midfielder as he uses Dylan song Like a Rolling Stone to indicate that he can't refuse the lure of Ibrox. RANGERS transfer target Joey Barton has dropped a heavy hint that he's ready to sign on at Ibrox this summer. The former England midfielder is weighing up an offer from Rangers to be the midfield fulcrum of Mark Warburton's side as they launch their assault on the Scottish Premiership next season. Burnley, though, are hopeful the 33-year-old will stay at Turf Moor following their promotion to the English Premier League. READ MORE: Joey Barton arrives in Glasgow to hold talks with Ibrox club Barton – who is now a free agent – was recently voted Burnley's Player of the Year after helping guide the Clarets to the Championship title. Burnley want the former Man City and Newcastle midfielder to sign on again at Turf Moor for another season but Gers boss Warburton looks to have persuaded the player to move north after holding talks at Murray Park last week and offering him a three-year deal. In a series of cryptic tweets aimed at Rangers fans Barton quotes Bob Dylan lyrics and appears to indicate he's on his way to Rangers. READ MORE: Joey Barton lured to seal the deal with three year contract at Ibrox Barton uses the hashtag #WATP as he quotes from Dylan's song Like a Rolling Stone: "When you ain't got nothing, you got nothing to lose. You're invisible now, you got no secrets to conceal... Go to him now, he calls you, you can't refuse..." Many fans on social media believe Barton is saying that he can't refuse the lure of Ibrox having seen the set up at Rangers and heard Warburton's plans for the club. How does it feel? How does it feel To be without a home Like a complete unknown Like a rolling stone ?#WATP — Joseph Barton (@Joey7Barton) May 22, 2016 When you ain't got nothing, you got nothing to lose You're invisible now, you got no secrets to conceal... — Joseph Barton (@Joey7Barton) May 22, 2016 At Napoleon in rags and the language that he used Go to him now, he calls you, you can't refuse...
  13. A good wee read on The Great Rangers managers.Scroll up the page a bit.
  14. On the other hand when did they ever play by the rules,usually made them up as they went along, if something got in the way of their view they just ignored it anyway.
  15. Edinburgh Derby and Kilmarnock v Rangers are unlikely to be on TV unless the SFA can find a way around the rules. THE Edinburgh derby Scottish Cup replay and Rangers’ trip to Kilmarnock are facing TV blackouts next week. Sky Sports and BBC are both entitled to show a tie each but the replay dates clash with Champions League action. Hibs are set to host Hearts at Easter Road after yesterday’s 2-2 draw while Gers travel to Rugby Park after a goalless draw on Saturday. The matches are scheduled to take place on Tuesday, February 16 but Benfica take on Zenit St Petersburg and PSG host Chelsea on the same night. Under UEFA rules, no other football can be screened in direct opposition to Champions League games. The blackout could cost the clubs around £80,000 each and the broadcasters and the SFA are looking at ways to beat the restriction. One possibility is for a tea time kick off with another to move the game to Monday night, although with all four clubs in action this Saturday it’s unlikely. Fixture schedulers are facing another headache with Dundee’s replay against Dumbarton on the same night as Dundee United are at home to Motherwell in the Scottish Premiership which means one of those matches will have to be rearranged.