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  1. Hi, I know friends of (Tom) Ed kindly kept you updated on here as to what was happening at the time but I really needed and wanted to thank you all personally for all your kind words. Today we took him to rest at the places he held most dear as were his wishes. As emotional as it was I know he would have been looking down laughing at us lurking suspiciously by trees at what we felt the most appropriate spots for him would be in Bellahouston Park. Without say the most special place was in the attached photo in view of his Primary School and the club he loved above all else. A big man with equally big opinions but an even bigger heart ?. Loosing him has left a large hole in my heart but your kind words and thoughts helped when trying to cope with losing my best friend. Kind regards Jacque x
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  2. Very shortly this morning Tam's earthly remains will be scattered to the winds at various places of his choice, his many friends will remember him fondly for the rest of time. RIP Tam, was my good fortune that our paths crossed those years ago, gone but never will be forgotten.
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  3. Sorry I wanted to say special thanks to ‘Govan Blue’ too for organising the brick for Tom. A lovely thing to do. His son-in-law and grandson are both season ticket holders so I’ve sent the info to them as to where the brick will be. Thank you again x
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  4. Well known fact: your patter is fucking honkin’
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  5. Jacquie sent me this text, I know she won't mind me sharing it with everyone, brought a tear to my een. Also directed her to Govan's post about the brick, a wonderful gesture, the funny thing about the school across the road is that the snpeee cooncil tried to keep us out, Tam will be forever laughing at them from within..? "Apart from a small amount I've taken to scatter in the woods where he used to take the dogs beside my house that's him home. Scattered him on both sides of Bellahouston at the top of the hill and down near the maze so he could see Ibrox. The rest are on a patch of grass right outside his Primary School but so he can see the stadium too. I scattered a really tiny amount beside the Peter McCloy wall as that's where his RM brick is going. If anyone you know knows exactly where it goes I'd love to know as we intend to come down every year around this time to visit where we've been today"
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  6. Never tried, Tam changed his mind again? and opted for the old school across the road, where he played fitba as a lad, was wanting the fifty pitches too, but alas they are no more, other parts of kinning park and plantation are on the agenda. Jacquie and her brother are doing it now, I thought it was better that they were left in private to do it, a very personal thing. Jacquie has a login here, she may drop in to say thanks to everyone, and i do mean everyone. Tam had a great saying "At the end of the day we are all still Rangers supporters, despite any perceived differences we may have" never truer words spoken by the gentle giant.
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  7. Michelle Gray‏ @michellegray75 FollowingFollowing @michellegray75 More Michelle Gray Retweeted Nicola Sturgeon @NicolaSturgeon Let me tell you what’s OUTRAGEOUS. My 12 year old brothers life being destroyed by a man who was backed & supported by people in authority. A man who sexually abused my brother, continuously!! That’s what I consider OUTRAGEOUS! Not a last minute meeting request!!
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  8. That's shurely shome mishtake Arreffshee52.
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  9. Nesbitt is an apologist,Charlie Lawson is the only actor I know who doesn't hide his love for Rangers.
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  10. Suzanne's moved on. But it's already in hand. We'll get a photo once it's up, and I've already got the certificate here to send on with the photo.
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  11. 6-3 final score Entertaining myself by acting like I care about the result on the Facebook pages. Cunts taking the piss out of me thinking I'm serious
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  12. Well done girl, you did Tam proud ???
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  13. A great day for a great man. Rest easy big man
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  14. This is THE crest. We are heading towards 2022 which is our 150th anniversary & my biggest desire is we produce a shirt which honours our founding fathers by having this as the badge
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  15. For the bitter cunts in here: Am I glad Scotland won? Yes Is Scotland the country of my birth? Yes Did I cheer any goal? Nope Was I pleased when we scored? Yes Did I want any tim players injured? Yup all day long Eck is a decent man, does he deserve the abuse he is getting? Nope. Fucking wind your necks in with uber fan shite. Some people still want Scotland to do well, would prefer more Rangers players in there but such is life.
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  16. This your first time watching football? He was the best player on the pitch first half
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  17. Just a quick update! Huge thanks to @Mr Soprano and his granda, after years of looking, i finally have the complete set! Everyone who has helped me out will of course be invited to the museum once i open up again in the spring. These will sit proudly on display for everyone to enjoy for years to come. WATP
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  18. The 1973 Scottish Cup Final was my first Old Firm game, and still probably the greatest football match I've attended. So I'm happy to give £50 quid from my own pocket to the first RM poster to answer these two questions correctly. Two Questions: A) What was the attendance at the 1973 Scottish Cup Final ? B) Name them.
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  19. Fuck celebrity fans they only turn up for finals when genuine fans who have travelled up and down the country all year cannot get a ticket
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  20. A thanks to Jacqu for carrying out Tam’s wishes.
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  21. Terrible!? He's had the better of Patterson every time and been their best player.
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  22. Scotland obviously but wanting Grezda to play well and so far he has done
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  23. He was a great man who will be missed every day for his brilliant stories and banter. May he Rest in Peace.
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  24. I am quite happy to see a cellic football club helping those who live with physical disability. It is important to look out for those who are vulnerable in the local community. I would be even more happy if same football club put their hand up and admitted their failings in looking after the physical well being of their affiliated boys club in the 70s , 80s and 90s and apologised for the long term psychological damage due to physical abuses that occurred. Shame they were not happy to help those vulnerable members of their local community then, and indeed even now they are officially aware.
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  25. Thanks for posting this Jacqu. He'll be missed. A good fellow Rangers man in Aberdeen and it was a pleasure to have known him. Take care. T.
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  26. Glad I posted the 73 cup final stuff in another thread, was probably one of his great days too as a Gers fan. Although I never met him it's nice to know we probably stood in unison with so many other posters on here at the those massive games and share the common memories and experiences that bonds and binds us fans together through thick and thin.
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  27. I posted about this today on film thread for me Neeson has chosen to sing that song deliberately as his character is a callous bastard and it is a not so subtle demonising of the PUL community There is no way The Coen brothers would have known that song Neeson has suggested it
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  28. When they win the Fans With Best Personal Hygiene Award we'll know UEFA are taking the piss.
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  29. Mental the lack of understanding of how football works that people on RM have.
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  30. To get the Fanny’s on here to say nice things about you let’s you know he was a special guy.rest in peace big man.you will be missed
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  31. Yeah. Just like with Trainspotting, people failing to see that they're being laughed at and having muck thrown at them.
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  32. ? Cheers for this update mate. Glad the sun is shining down on this special day for his ashes to be spread over some of his favourite places. ??????
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  33. If it wasn’t for Andy Woodward Scotland’s biggest shame would still be the open secret.
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  34. Ffs that team would win the league
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  35. Report on tonight's Under 18 game. https://rfcyouths.wordpress.com/2018/11/16/easy-win-for-under-18s/
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  36. Frank McGarvey's wife's a Roger Moore.
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  38. I get that people are angry over how he went about his business when he left, I am still disappointed and a little bemused myself but I think it was a personal thing about how he felt he was handled by the board anyway that is not the point I am going to make. If we signed Ally McCoist (the player) for the figure you quoted £650k I think this would be a phenomenal return on that price, John Greig was the man who signed McCoist bagging 20 goals in his debut season. Over 15 years at Ibrox, he was to average nearly 24 counters per term and that’s a figure few have achieved with Rangers – particularly over several campaigns. Of course, McCoist’s prolific form in front of goal twice led to him being crowned Europe’s top goalscorer and he received the Golden Boot award in 1992 and 1993. Also included in Super Ally’s tally were 28 hat-tricks for his beloved Gers and an incredible 18 different honours, including 10 league championships. Like most fans I too see that his managerial career was a sad ending to such an outstanding playing contribution but to dismiss his magnificent playing performances to 650 thousand quid is I think folly, there was plenty of players at Ibrox that have earned way more for far little return. I get the anger but dont let it blind you to the fact that not many will ever be able to deliver such a successful return in my lifetime as Ally McCoist has as a player.
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