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  1. I still get the same emotions watching this as I did as a 10 year old boy, what a strike!
  2. Just click on the image.
  3. Michelle Gray has had her car smashed up 3 times in the last couple of weeks. Took longer than I thought for this tactic to come out.
  4. If the Americans get involved then i see them no longer existing. We'll just have to wait and see but I now feel the tide is turning, I see the victims getting their justice. The media have only scratched the surface of the atrocities that went on. The more this unfolds the more people will be wanting a piece. This is literally the biggest scandal in sporting history...a full scale paedophile ring, operating under protection from their employer, that lasted decades. Hundreds/thousands of lives traumatised and ruined. It goes higher than the coaches, and I think we're about to witness them throw their club under the bus to save themselves. We have waited a long time for anyone to help and take notice, I dont have any doubt that is now happening.
  5. I know two victims who have been interviewed by US lawyers, the first contact for one of them being over a decade ago.
  6. They've been sniffing around for over a decade, waiting to see what transpires here. Tick Tock.
  7. https://www.thetimes.co.uk/edition/scotland/victim-claims-football-abusers-worked-together-w8q05dg2n
  8. From Instagram so no truth in it but it wouldn't surprise me with them.
  9. So why highlight a players skin colour if skin colour has nothing to do with? Racist.
  10. A lawyer who represents survivors of childhood sexual abuse is facing a backlash for securing a reduced sentence for a Scottish paedophile. Francis Cairney, a former manager at celtic Boys Club, was given a four-year jail term for abusing young footballers in the 1970s and 1980s. His sentence was reduced to three years after appeal judges ruled in November that a failure to disclose one alleged victim’s past crimes of dishonesty amounted to a “miscarriage of justice”. Cairney’s appeal was handled by Simon Collins, a solicitor advocate who heads the legal team for In Care Abuse Survivors (Incas), a charity that represents about 400 survivors and is a core participant at the Scottish Child Abuse Inquiry. Collins has not broken any rules but his decision… https://www.thetimes.co.uk/article/simon-collins-of-in-care-abuse-survivors-criticised-for-francis-cairney-appeal-gfsc55chr Its behind a paywall so cant see the rest of it
  11. This Sunday one of the papers running with an article about the corruption within the legal system, to do with all of this.
  12. The way our youngsters have been playing I dont think they should fear any team, though going by your breakdown of each team there is a couple that seem more than tough. Do you have a similar summary for our youth?
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