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Re: The EX-Bairn Files

Post by Kiddy » Saturday 17th 2018f February 2018 10:03:09 AM

dixie chicken wrote:
Friday 16th 2018f February 2018 07:43:57 PM
Surely we’re not going to start bringing Independence politics into this?
I’m a firm unionist but not fussy as to the politics of our national manager.
It’s results that count.
A unionist is just as much a Scot as any independence supporter!!
You believe it's a region, not a nation, THAT'S what counts.
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Post by Ricey » Saturday 17th 2018f February 2018 10:20:25 AM

Utter balls. Politics has zero to do with it unless your one of these folk who has a chip on your shoulder about it. As long as the manager gives 100% and gets results that’s all that matters. Personally think MacLeish the wrong appointment but not because heis a unionist. On this arguments basis Fergie at his peak wouldn’t have been good enough. Utter nonsense

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Post by Kiddy » Saturday 17th 2018f February 2018 10:31:29 AM

Who mentioned politics anyway, I've just stated facts?
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Post by Sir Jones » Saturday 17th 2018f February 2018 11:03:20 AM

Falkirkbairn90 wrote:
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Who cares? I wanted independence but I’m not going to damn McLeish because he has a difference of opinion. Good luck to the man
Im damning McLeish after the c*nt ditched us when on a high last time around. How he and Smith could still be considered suitable for the Scotland job really does beggar belief. Akin to battered women who keep taking their violent fella back.
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Re: The EX-Bairn Files

Post by Dade » Monday 19th 2018f February 2018 09:31:48 PM

Jay Fulton playing for Wigan live on BBC one.

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Post by Duncan Freemason » Monday 19th 2018f February 2018 10:51:14 PM

Probably Jay’s finest hour!

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Post by Dade » Monday 19th 2018f February 2018 11:11:59 PM

Great result for Wigan and Jay.

On another note here is an interesting article from David Weatherston.

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Post by Brian Scrimegour » Tuesday 20th 2018f February 2018 10:04:15 AM

Thats about as interesting as david weatherston.

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Post by Dade » Tuesday 20th 2018f February 2018 02:46:12 PM

Brian Scrimegour wrote:
Tuesday 20th 2018f February 2018 10:04:15 AM
Thats about as interesting as david weatherston.
Pretty harsh. Thought it was a decent insight to some of the things that footballers deal with that us fans don’t take in to consideration.

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Re: The EX-Bairn Files

Post by Brian Scrimegour » Tuesday 20th 2018f February 2018 03:00:48 PM

Dade wrote:
Tuesday 20th 2018f February 2018 02:46:12 PM
Brian Scrimegour wrote:
Tuesday 20th 2018f February 2018 10:04:15 AM
Thats about as interesting as david weatherston.
Pretty harsh. Thought it was a decent insight to some of the things that footballers deal with that us fans don’t take in to consideration.
I cant see any article at all. Thats what I was commenting on and not the article itself. :D

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Post by hobbes » Tuesday 20th 2018f February 2018 03:54:11 PM

FIxed it for you
Dade wrote:
Monday 19th 2018f February 2018 11:11:59 PM
Great result for Wigan and Jay.

On another note (W)here is an interesting article from David Weatherston.
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Re: The EX-Bairn Files

Post by Dade » Tuesday 20th 2018f February 2018 05:13:43 PM

Brian Scrimegour wrote:
Tuesday 20th 2018f February 2018 03:00:48 PM
Dade wrote:
Tuesday 20th 2018f February 2018 02:46:12 PM
Brian Scrimegour wrote:
Tuesday 20th 2018f February 2018 10:04:15 AM
Thats about as interesting as david weatherston.
Pretty harsh. Thought it was a decent insight to some of the things that footballers deal with that us fans don’t take in to consideration.
I cant see any article at all. Thats what I was commenting on and not the article itself. :D
Haha, sorry obviously forgot to paste it in!


http://likeaweatherstone.blogspot.com/2 ... tball.html

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Post by Falkirkbairn90 » Wednesday 23rd 2018f May 2018 04:21:50 PM

Jack Ross to Sunderland - good luck to the man. Multiplied his salary by 5

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Re: The EX-Bairn Files

Post by Kiddy » Thursday 24th 2018f May 2018 09:01:36 AM

Falkirkbairn90 wrote:
Wednesday 23rd 2018f May 2018 04:21:50 PM
Jack Ross to Sunderland - good luck to the man. Multiplied his salary by 5
MASSIVE opportunity for JR, getting a huge club at exactly the right time.

He dodged a bullet, in Ipswich, & looks to have landed a club that he COULD take to the Premier League, within 2/3 years, should he nail it.

If he can get them rolling, with promotion the season coming, it would give him a season down South to assess players in the divisions around him & form a team capable of challenging for a place in the top division.
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Post by ellonbairn » Thursday 24th 2018f May 2018 02:02:18 PM

MASSIVE opportunity for JR, getting a huge club at exactly the right time.

He dodged a bullet, in Ipswich, & looks to have landed a club that he COULD take to the Premier League, within 2/3 years, should he nail it.

If he can get them rolling, with promotion the season coming, it would give him a season down South to assess players in the divisions around him & form a team capable of challenging for a place in the top division.
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Just wondering what you meant by dodging a bullet reference to Ipswich - a Championship club with a good record of giving their managers a chance to build up successful teams. Sunderland may be a bit bigger but if he doesn't get them straight back up next season he will be out.

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