Discussion in 'football' started by anchorage, Jul 22, 2011.
Am i missing something in that Terry Butcher photo?
It's a song Glasgows second team sing about Rangers going bust, they will have Ice cream and jelly. I
I mean his promotion of a holiday and having ice cream is unlikely to be any connection.
A good away win. Another good goal not given. When will someone at Rangers speak out about this.
2 ex Celtic players as managers in the League Cup Final in England2 ex Rangers players missed penaltiesSpot the difference
Two are managers and two are players. That was easy what do i win ?
The local parish priest will babysit your kids while you and the wife have a night out.
Or he will baby sit the wife while i take the kids to the pictures.
At least you know the wife would be safe.
Will torbett fc be after our Masters trophies now ?
Hope the cleaners, etc don't get the sack to keep your 'stars' on their daft wages.
Is this true?
Like would never happen like.
I can't see Rangers getting relegated. Celtic wouldnt allow it for a start.
For a start the sky tv money.
Torbett fc are trying all they can to make sure we start at least minus 15 points for the next 3 seasons. We would as well go to the bottom of the div 3 and start again.
The Sky money is fuck all though. Plus I doubt the contract becomes null and void if either of the Old Firm teams ceases to exists/leaves the SPL for some other reason,
The sky money makes the difference to every team apart from Rangers and torbett fc. Without it evert team would be in a worse state than they are. Do you think sky and espn want to pay money for a one team league ?
Exactly. The old firm games are the only reason why tv money exists.
I wonder if they'll get past titles removed.
I think Wylde has proven himself to be a class act.
Also said he would not sign for torbett fc.
Unlike the others
good don't want the wee fucker. off to england
Thank fuck for that.
Can someone explain to me what happens when a club is liquidated? Sounds grim.
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