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  1. ScotlandSt

    Pedros Four Pillars comment

    Sadly, it does not come down to what you or I think, the precedent was set with Clydebank or was it Meadowbank?
  2. ScotlandSt

    Pedros Four Pillars comment

    I was merely highlighting that corruption is prevalent in any society including ours whether its a match official or David Murray etc What was the alternative?
  3. ScotlandSt

    Pedros Four Pillars comment

    So, a match official here turning a blind eye or punishing a victim could not be construed as corruption?
  4. ScotlandSt

    Pedros Four Pillars comment

    They were in a national sense, only A and B are national divisions. C is an interregional division, D and below are all non professional or amateur.
  5. ScotlandSt

    Pedros Four Pillars comment

    Italy, Juventus 2006 https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2006_Italian_football_scandal
  6. ScotlandSt

    Pedros Four Pillars comment

    I think it's quite clear to see that he does realise this. He states that it is not his job to change Scottish football that that responsibility lies with the media and authorities to change the mindset to football away from rugby\football. He's looking to get Rangers back to where they once were, competing against top opposition which is not going to happen for a number of reasons currently, but mainly as he points out, by suggesting Scottish football is utter dross by way of how well we don't do on not just the International stage but European stage too. Unfortunately, Rangers compete in the Scottish Premier League therefore the majority of teams faced will be hammer throwers.
  7. ScotlandSt

    Your first experience of Hampden

    From what I remember, he was great player, don't think he was a prolific goalscorer but a workhorse nonetheless. When I signed my first S form I was on the right wing and remember wanting to emulate McKean from watching Sportscene (Pink Floyd Theme tune timeframe) or Scotsport (Arthur Montford Sports Jacket timeframe).
  8. ScotlandSt

    Your first experience of Hampden

    Remember it well though, my Dad wasn't too keen on it, don't know if it was the price or the fact it had literally came off the back of a lorry...... then again so did the coal!
  9. ScotlandSt

    Your first experience of Hampden

    Aye we had the slot meter for the telly 50p the electric 10p and the gas, again 50p I remember these times well with the melancholic in me sometimes wishing they hadn't passed Bobby McKean, Derek Parlane, John Greig, Derek Johnstone, Peter McCloy, Tam Forsyth, John MacDonald in my childhood I used to think I was any one of these characters when playing up the park.
  10. ScotlandSt

    Your first experience of Hampden

    Like I said, I was seven and stood about 3 feet tall if I was lucky so missed most of the match due to everyone being twice as tall, my Dad lifted me onto his shoulders a couple of times but I'm sure I was probably more of a hinderence......
  11. ScotlandSt

    Your first experience of Hampden

    Scottish Cup Final 1976 Rangers v Hearts, 3 - 1 I was seven, there with my Dad and remember being terrified when the goals were scored being that we were in the celtic end I remember it getting darker when everyone around me jumped up to celebrate. The smell of alcohol and urine not to mention the amount of cans and bottles strewn on the terrace at full time, changed days indeed.
  12. ScotlandSt

    Quick question

    Clearly, I'm prone to the odd seizure..........
  13. ScotlandSt

    Quick question

    Fixed that for you, merely a messenger......
  14. ScotlandSt

    Quick question

    Copy and Paste most of it actually, but yeah, I typed out the result.......
  15. ScotlandSt

    Quick question

    By Richard Wilson BBC Scotland at McDiarmid Park St Johnstone fought back to draw with Rangers, leaving the Ibrox side 16 points behind Scottish Premiership leaders celtic. Barrie McKay put Rangers ahead after a dominant period for the visitors. However, that was all undone when Rob Kiernan's short passback.............. WED, 28 DEC 2016 SCOTTISH PREMIERSHIP St Johnstone 1 - 1 Rangers The OP might want to re-assess his claim date, no?
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