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Very odd report at best. "Fortunately, this time it is not Wisła Kraków striker Pawel Brozek, instead his twin brother Piotr"

"The last Pole to be linked with the Protestant Glasgow based club was Polish international, Marcin Wasilewski, another defenseman."

Seems unsubstantiated tosh.

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The last Pole to be linked with the Protestant Glasgow based club was Polish international, Marcin Wasilewski, another defenseman.

They say that like it is a bad thing. :rolleyes:

To them it probably is, Poland is majorly catholic.

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The last Pole to be linked with the Protestant Glasgow based club was Polish international, Marcin Wasilewski, another defenseman.

They say that like it is a bad thing. :rolleyes:

And we're supposed to be the bigots!

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The last Pole to be linked with the Protestant Glasgow based club was Polish international, Marcin Wasilewski, another defenseman.

They say that like it is a bad thing. :rolleyes:

To them it probably is, Poland is majorly catholic.

true, but there is supportes clubs in poland. lol a european game a couple of years ago these two polish guys where buyin a drink in th copland n suddenly they startd jumpin about singin hello hello it was the funniest thing lol every1 was in shock.

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the spanish also call us "the protestants"

i read it in a story about wee nacho coming in a spanish paper

it said "Novo to sign for the protestants" lol

a crazy world we live in!

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The last Pole to be linked with the Protestant Glasgow based club was Polish international, Marcin Wasilewski, another defenseman.

They say that like it is a bad thing. :rolleyes:

To them it probably is, Poland is majorly catholic.

that story had me pissing ma pants.... protestant club, fucking brilliant

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We are refered to as the protestants because thats what we are.

I do find it funny how this is how we are known around europe by other clubs, and we are supposed to be the biggots?

Very good.

Well if you see 3 men, and one's black called Martin, and the other two are white and they're called Howard and Frank, and someone has no idea what Martin looks like and you do, and you're asked which one he is, how are you going to identify him?

It's not always about bigotry, it's about labelling. Sometimes labelling seems ignorant, but it's often the most efficient way of identifying a person or group.

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The last Pole to be linked with the Protestant Glasgow based club was Polish international, Marcin Wasilewski, another defenseman.

They say that like it is a bad thing. :rolleyes:

To them it probably is, Poland is majorly catholic.

99.9% are papes, the rest are heathens. :rolleyes:

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The guy that rattled Daniel Alves at any opportunity last season.

He's a natural left winger who's been playing left back for a lot of the time. Lacks discipline, but is a decent enough player.

Not seen enough of him to say if he's good enough for Rangers?

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We are refered to as the protestants because thats what we are.

I do find it funny how this is how we are known around europe by other clubs, and we are supposed to be the biggots?

Very good.

Well if you see 3 men, and one's black called Martin, and the other two are white and they're called Howard and Frank, and someone has no idea what Martin looks like and you do, and you're asked which one he is, how are you going to identify him?

It's not always about bigotry, it's about labelling. Sometimes labelling seems ignorant, but it's often the most efficient way of identifying a person or group.

easy those two on the left are Howard and Frank, the other guy is Martin <cr>

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