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Colin Traive

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Apparently the Motherwell supporters were unhappy that one of their players had no poppy on his top at the weekend.

The player said he wasn’t making a statement, it just blew off.

His name will come as no surprise - Declan Gallagher.

The famine is over, Declan

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4 minutes ago, Colin Traive said:

Apparently the Motherwell supporters were unhappy that one of their players had no poppy on his top at the weekend.

The player said he wasn’t making a statement, it just blew off.

His name will come as no surprise - Declan Gallagher.

The famine is over, Declan

Wish the wind would blow they cunts away

 

edit; taigs no Motherwell 😂

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2 hours ago, ShanksRFC said:

Did that clown not get jailed not long ago for a serious assault?

Aye battered somecunt with a bat. It was also him that was trying to fight Andy Halliday at the end of the livi game last season where he was goading our support because they’d won. Guys a complete tarrier bastard. 

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1 minute ago, 1690tamRFC said:

Aye battered somecunt with a bat. It was also him that was trying to fightandy Halliday at the RBS of the livi game last season where he was goading our support because they’d won. Guys a complete tarrier bastard. 

Aye he sounds like a nice lad..

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4 hours ago, .Williamson. said:

This mentality that people should be forced to wear a poppy needs to stop 

Players   wear "respect" badges as a matter of routine in  big   games a lot, its  a sad day if we see an annual  poppy as any less needed,  even if in this case it  was an oversight or whatever,  I think in something as influential as football which most youngsters have an interest in,   yes, every player should wear a poppy or be told they are deselected.  As for Shame FC , they are not even a football team in my mind, just a hive of hate.

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7 hours ago, Colin Traive said:

Apparently the Motherwell supporters were unhappy that one of their players had no poppy on his top at the weekend.

The player said he wasn’t making a statement, it just blew off.

His name will come as no surprise - Declan Gallagher.

The famine is over, Declan

Bad fire for liars declan 

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4 minutes ago, Thermopylae said:

Bad fire for liars declan 

He had it on his training gear and wore it last year for.livi. he's probably being genuine.

Christian doidge who plays for hibs had one on at the start of the game and his had fallen off by the end of the game 

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5 minutes ago, Rfc52 said:

He had it on his training gear and wore it last year for.livi. he's probably being genuine.

Christian doidge who plays for hibs had one on at the start of the game and his had fallen off by the end of the game 

If your name is declan gallacher you should glue it on to avoid misunderstandings 

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1 minute ago, Thermopylae said:

If your name is declan gallacher you should glue it on to avoid misunderstandings 

Aye cause it's the players that put it on themselves :lol:

 

hes a horrible wee bastard for many reasons but it does seem a genuine reason given he had a poppy on his training gear and wore one last year against the papes when playing for livi 

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The whole poppy thing on a football shirt isn't really a mark of respect thing anyway. The mark of respect is the silence before the game.

Poppies on football shirts are at most a 10 year old thing as simply another means of fundraising for the RBL. Strips, training kits etc get auctioned off for charity. I could be wrong but I think our first kit with a poppy on was the 08/09 red away kit with the blue and white vertical stripe. I can't remember it ever being on our shirt before that?

 

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44 minutes ago, ForeverAndEver said:

Lennon wore one yesterday

Saw this today, looks like a step change in club policy, any reason why they might want to avert any adverse negative controversy atm🤔... Regardless a welcome change and hopefully the free choice to wear same as a mark of respect to all of their employees...

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