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  1. No I didn't. You can imagine the riddy you get when you fuck-up on here. Back under my rock.
  2. Err...ummh, UEFA Europa League Qualifying at Stroitel Stadium 11-07-2019KO:18:00REF: J Kaludjerovic Shakhtyor Soligorsk Valeri Gromyko 69' 1 - 0 FT HT: 0-0 Hibernians FC
  3. FFS, they really think Liewell is the pope - an audience!! Adam Tomkins MSP‏Verified account @ProfTomkins 2h2 hours ago More Adam Tomkins MSP Retweeted celtic Football Club Shall I? Sorely tempted, as he’s repeatedly declined to meet me.... Adam Tomkins MSP added, celtic Football ClubVerified account @CelticFC Book your space for An Audience with Peter Lawwell at @CFCFestival! http://www.celticfc.net/news/16431
  4. What that woman did was not disrespect, it was a deliberate act of incitement and should be treated as such by the police. I don't know if I can accept the fact that the by-law has been changed, unless you can post a link to it. If the GCC is willing to allow such a practice then why bother having police steward the parade? The marshalls have no special powers to deal with the public they are there to ensure there is integrity and decorum from the bands and the lodges. That woman could have had a knife or acid - as examples - and could have had intent to injure. Are the police not there to protect the band members and lodge members? Why do they walk besides the bands and lodges if not to extend protection and maintain order? If Susan Aitken can use the argument that the Loyal Orders should accept responsibility for a following member of the public and use that incident as a tool to re-route the Orders, then what is the flip side of that argument. I agree that it all comes down to respecting each other, however, respect is earned and is a two-way street. The band members did not break ranks to deliberately attack the public. They should, however, expect protection from a rampaging public. p.s The young bandmember should not have reacted in the way he did.
  5. See their new PR company are right on the ball ... ℛᴀɴɢᴇʀs ℬᴇᴀʀ®‏ @TheRangersBear FollowFollow @TheRangersBear More You just couldn't make it up..
  6. More of the same from their brothers across the water ... IRA rape victim calls for an inquiry into claim Sinn Fein tried to cover up abuse Rape victim Paudie McGahon By Paul Williams May 20 2019 The victims of a Belfast IRA man who raped them as children have urged a full investigation into claims that members of Sinn Fein and the IRA tried to prevent the crimes being reported to gardai. Paudie McGahon (44) said he has decided to waive his anonymity to speak out. This month, alleged IRA man Seamus Marley was jailed for seven years for raping two teenage boys at a "republican safe house" two decades ago. Read More ‘I wanted world to know that Mairia Cahill wasn’t the only one to suffer’ Mr McGahon was one of the boys and told of how an IRA kangaroo court was convened in 2002 after the men first brought their abuse allegations to the attention of Louth Sinn Fein councillor Pearce McGeough. Mr McGeough has denied involvement in the kangaroo court. The second victim, who wishes to remain anonymous, has authorised Mr McGahon to speak publicly. Marley (45) is a member of a prominent Belfast republican family. A jury in Dublin's Central Criminal Court found him guilty on eight counts of sexually assaulting and raping Mr McGahon and the second man when they were boys. The men claim that the kangaroo court was organised by Mr McGeough, a close family friend of Mr McGahon's father, and chaired by a prominent Belfast republican Padraig Wilson. At a subsequent "hearing" the men allege that Wilson informed them that their allegations had been proven correct and offered them three alternative punishments for Marley: have him shot by the IRA; they could beat him up or, he could be exiled. Mr McGahon said they opted for the least violent option. "We didn't know any better at the time, we had been reared in the republican culture and there was a climate of intimidation so going to the police was just not on because you knew what could happen to you," Mr McGahon said last night. "It was only years later we began to realise what was really going on. Sinn Fein and the IRA were keeping us quiet." However last week the victims discovered that Marley was never exiled by the IRA and for two years after the "investigation", Marley had been working with children in Dublin. "When we discovered that Marley had not even been exiled at the time and that he was left working with children after all that, we were sick and it just convinced us even further that we are determined this conspiracy to silence us and pervert the course of justice is fully investigated," Mr McGahon said. When the two men made an official complaint to gardai in 2014 detectives launched two separate investigations, one focusing on the rape allegations, which were given priority, and the other on an attempt to pervert the course of justice. It is understood the second investigation file is still open. During Marley's trial, Mr McGeough was referred to on a number of occasions by witnesses as the person who brought the terrorist to Mr McGahon's home in the early 1990's. In his victim impact statement, which he read out to the court after Marley's conviction, the second man described how he had called Mr McGeough to ask for help, but that after the call he knew he was on his own. Mr McGeough has denied that he was involved in the kangaroo court and has said that he had advised Mr McGahon and the second victim to go to the gardai. Padraig Wilson has also denied the allegations. Previously he said he had never met Mr McGahon and described the allegations against him as "completely baseless and untrue". Belfast Telegraph
  7. He can't play 90 mins. regularly. If you stick a man on him to mark him then he's of no value. I don't think he's right. £2M maximum.
  8. R u kidding? He's still in the shower trying to get rid of the smell !
  9. Played the 90 mins. but survived okay ...
  10. D'Artagnan Retweeted RFC Erskine Appeal‏ @RSEA247 10h10 hours ago More ANNOUNCEMENT We are delighted to confirm that, despite his move to Loftus Rd, Lee Wallace has agreed to remain a Patron of The RSEA. This pleases us immensely Lee Wallace Spectemur Agendo
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