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They haven't won in 7 CL games either :bouncy:

And correct me if I'm wrong but I believe they also have the worst attack in the competition... :bouncy:

Indeed :D

They haven't won in 7 CL games either :bouncy:

:sherlock:

Need to go and check our worst run :lol:

Might be good material that one.

Ach well having checked.... maybe just keep it to maself and no go slagging timmy about it :lol:

What is ours ?

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Thought i would start this one up as im nervous about tonight. It may well be that i have to kill off my persona, if Timmy gets a victory. :angry2:

So, in anticipation, i am going to get to the 1000 post mark, celebrate then let nature take its course.

:craphead:

can't let them mess up your name ....heres hoping Borudge drops the ball a few times tonight

he is looking podgy and unfit :craphead:

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They haven't won in 7 CL games either :bouncy:

And correct me if I'm wrong but I believe they also have the worst attack in the competition... :bouncy:

Indeed :D

They haven't won in 7 CL games either :bouncy:

:sherlock:

Need to go and check our worst run :lol:

Might be good material that one.

Ach well having checked.... maybe just keep it to maself and no go slagging timmy about it :lol:

What is ours ?

12

Marseille

CSKA

Steau

Dortmun

juve

Juve

Steau

Dortmun

Grasshopper

Auxerre

Ajax

Ajax

:angry2:

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I think if they win then they'll get into the CL. Villareal have really been out of sorts and are there for the taking this season.

Cant remember who brought it up, but should that happen they'll certainly sign and be able to sign one or two quality players should that happen.

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Marco Negri Interview

L.B. - Luigi Bruno (Interviewer)

M.N. - Marco Negri

L.B. - " Marco, you left Rangers under very strange circumstances,

why was that?"

M.N.-" Strange? There was nothing strange in anything that happened

there, they simply did not want me there any longer".

L.B.- 'Why was that?"

M.N.- " The honest answer is that I didn't know then and I still

don't know even today. Nobody ever explained why I had fallen out of

favour."

L.B.- " Your goal record at Rangers was fantastic and when fit and

available you were scoring for fun. I, and many others still do not

understand why you left under a cloud".

M.N.- "Let's just say you are getting very close to why I think that

I was frozen out. Scotland is a very claustrophobic place where

everything is examined and analyzed endlessly. Scottish society is in

many ways a backward place".

L.B. - "What do you mean by that?"

M.N. - " The culture, the underlying culture of Rangers was not good.

The first team players had a habit of drinking vast amounts of

alcohol during the week. As you know here in Italy we have a

different culture as professional footballers. We know that it is our

duty to keep ourselves fit and healthy.

Some of the players there like Paul Gascoigne and Andy Goram would

turn up smelling of drink BEFORE training!! I could not understand

why such behaviour was tolerated by Walter Smith who was manager

then".

L.B.- " Marco we are well aware of Paul Gascoigne's problems and it

is sad to see his decline, we saw it earlier at Lazio. Are you saying

that the players were out of control?"

M.N.- " Absolutely, I tried to point this out to Walter Smith several

times but he became very defensive and said that I needed to

understand Scottish footballing culture. He would hear no criticism

of Goram and especially Gascoigne who could literally do anything he

wanted to and still get away with it! It wasn't just their drinking

however, they had some really extreme political and religious views".

L.B.- " Could you elaborate on this please?".

M.N. - " Of course. They hated Catholics. All of them. I never

understood why they were so filled with hatred. Several of us who

were Catholic players and all foreigners were told upon arrival,

never to bless ourselves at Ibrox as it could cause problems for us.

I began to understand that Rangers was an extreme club very similar

to Lazio here in Italy. You know, a right wing club with right wing

supporters. I personally am not a practicing Catholic but my wife

Anna Maria is, and it used to cause me pain when I heard what they

said about my fellow Catholics. Lorenzo Amoruso and Jorg Albertz,

just kept quiet and kept their heads down"

http://www.bbc.co.uk/dna/606/A42205600

Well for starters I remember Amoruso and Negri blessing themselves.

Did some research and there is no trace of this interview taking place other than on Celtic sites, which have no link to any original aticle.

Furthermore, all versions are in English, even the one on an Italian Celtic site. That had no link either.

Also, the article in question is never named.

Can't do too much about the tim sites, but I'm report it to the BBC.

A few more would help.

P.S. That's me finally ruined that nice "Posts: 10,000"!

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A bit of a strange thing to make up though...

It was strange that Negri left, but according to many other sources he was a bit if a loony. Obviously the Porrini incident would not have helped things either.

They invent the mud they want to sling. I'm not that surprised. I saw KDS posters telling others to join up to Rangers sites to make death threats about Celtic players in retaliation to the ones on their sites about our players.

Timmy never surprises me.

The media taking timmy's words and dreams about "TFS" does surprise me.

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