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Celtic Frank in phone-in Sensation


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A Celtic fan, Frank from Dumfries, on Traynor's phoe-in deplored Lennon's conduct and suggested that the true points margin between celtic and Rangers is eight and might have been less but for the financial crisis. He also said Rangers had done rather well in recent weeks having regard to the off-field problems.

These reasonable views were heard in glum silence until Michael Grant, Traynor's sidekick began to argue that even eight points is a very big gap. He's right, at this stage of the season it's a winning advantage but not a runaway lead.

The same Grant had been screaming hysterically at the beginning of the programme about Bill Miller's demand that no penalties be imposed on a newco by SFA/SPL.

Who is this odd individual? Come back Annie Maguire. All is forgiven.

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The media is dominated by these anti rangers types, had the misfortune of listening to Stuart Cosgrove for two mins today before I had to switch off. He was arguing it was fair for the spl to retroactively change their penalties

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They are all celtic minded bitter bigots .They absolutely despise the Rangers.

I must add I do sympethise with the Older Septic support having that thug in charge of them.

If we had that we would be demanding he be removed.It would never be acceptable at the Gers.

The term "Celtic minded" means bigoted anyway.

Their own chairman at the time, Mccann said as much.

That's why they didn't like him.

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Michael Grant hail hails from Dingwall. Often, he flashes his Aberdeen supporting credentials. His writings in various broadsheets over the years and broadcasts on BBC Radio Scotland are unequivical. His straddling the line between ra Sellik and Aberdeen support is a side issue to his unequivical hatred of Rangers.

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Michael Grant hail hails from Dingwall. Often, he flashes his Aberdeen supporting credentials. His writings in various broadsheets over the years and broadcasts on BBC Radio Scotland are unequivical. His straddling the line between ra Sellik and Aberdeen support is a side issue to his unequivical hatred of Rangers.

That explains a lot then. Being a Lordy-coff he probably hates electricity, soap and anyone that doesn't drive a Transit van too........

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