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stevieblueblood

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About stevieblueblood

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    Attend as many games as possible.
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    club deck

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  1. stevieblueblood

    The Boxing News Thread

    Yeah good fight that. Thought Clark deserved the win there.
  2. stevieblueblood

    Thanks, Murty

    I don't usually reply to much posts but thought I get my opinion in so here it goes. The Hamilton and Dundee games were disappointing to say the least and I was extremely nervous about the games against the sheep but after watching them against the sheep I haven't seen that sort of steel from them in a long time and hopefully long it may continue, I have to applaud GM for changing things about after they defeats and learning from them I certainly see a future Rangers manager there, actually wouldn't be disappointed if he got the job til the end of the season as I think he would get us closer to the unwashed across the city than MW or PC could only dream of, I have to agree with a earlier post that he would make a excellent assistant to the new manager when that is announced as he is a great asset at the club. I personally hope its no DM as well he has done with the mutton molesters I just think he would struggle with a club the size of Rangers but I could be proved wrong if it is DM to be then so be it.
  3. stevieblueblood

    Fundraising for a disability vehicle for my mum

    Bloody hell Steve so sorry to hear the sad news mate, your mother sounded a true inspiration to you and your father, I was really hoping for your mother to pull through so you and your family could spend more valuable time with her. I gladly donated a few weeks ago for a vehicle for you mum and am proud that the goal was achieved by the generosity of our fellow bears and makes me proud. R.I.P
  4. stevieblueblood

    Fundraising for a disability vehicle for my mum

    Not sure if your renting private, council,housing association. I suppose with the debt starting to pile up it would probably be best if he quit now and become your mum's carer and get the benefits side of it started then that way the debts wouldn't spiral out of control but that's upto your dad on how he wants to approach this. I would certainly look into this to see if that was the best way forward. By the way donated £10 towards the vehicle fund recently (like to do my bit to help a fellow bear
  5. stevieblueblood

    Fundraising for a disability vehicle for my mum

    Don't like to sound like a nosey b*****d but are you claiming carers allowance,income support(believe it's universal credit),housing benefit?
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