The Mongoose

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  1. The Centre has been known to have the odd Toe Poke!
  2. For Those That don't want to give STV the Hits SPFL board could face major shake-up in 2017/18 election All six club representatives could be new faces as league prepares for Monday's vote. All change: Peter Lawwell is not standing for re-election to the SPFL board. SNS Group All six slots reserved for clubs on the board of the Scottish Professional Football League could be occupied by new representatives in the 2017/18 season. Monday's vote at Hampden will lead to at least four new faces, with Ann Budge and Ken Ferguson the only two current members standing for re-election. Hearts owner Budge is up against officials from Dundee, Hamilton Academical and Rangers for one of the three positions reserved for Premiership clubs. John Nelms, Les Gray and Stewart Robertson respectively are standing. Peter Lawwell and Ian Maxwell, from Celtic and Partick Thistle respectively, are not standing for re-election. In the Championship, two spots are reserved for club representatives. Dumbarton's Les Hope, Martin Ritchie of Falkirk and Morton's Warren Hawke are standing, as is current board member Ken Ferguson, of Brechin City. Following Hibernian's promotion to the Premiership, their chief executive Leeann Dempster is not standing as a return candidate. Leagues One and Two share a solo representative. Ayr United's Graham Peterkin and Iain Dougan of Stranraer are standing. The six appointees will join new chairman Murdoch MacLennan, chief executive Neil Doncaster and independent non-executive director Karyn McCluskey on the board. Doncaster, Lawwell and Maxwell, together with Aberdeen's Duncan Fraser and Alloa Athletic's Mike Mulraney, will all serve as the SPFL's appointees to the Professional Game Board, which is operated by the Scottish FA.
  3. Interesting.....
  4. Prick
  5. Ask Big Jock....He Knew!
  6. Make no mistake, using the Employee Benefit Trust scheme cost Rangers big time. Literally. HMRC’s pursuit of the club scared off potential buyers, and resulted in Lloyds Bank forcing Murray to sell to Craig Whyte-the man who put the club into administration then liquidation, for failing to pay PAYE, and a lot of other people. Not that great an article!
  7. Sorted!
  8. sleep well wee fella...a true battler RIP
  9. We never reacted to getting put out in what was in effect The Semi Final of The Champions League by Marsaille Cheating....., I cannot see the Club chasing this!
  10. "If you shot a 59 at golf tonight you deserve to be have obviously cheated!
  11. Black Will never catch on........mind you there could be a gap in the market here!! PS. I Blame that C*nt Di Canio for starting the coloured boots shite1
  12. I imagine it must be the end of this as well then if all these players are in danger from Paper!
  13. More dangerous than Beach Balls!....FFS!
  14. Smartcard will be activated