Doomlord2, Creamy, Vicky and Punk's Scottish Football Part 5

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Re: Doomlord2, Creamy, Vicky and Punk's Scottish Football Part 5

Postby Vicky » Sun Oct 01, 2017 4:56 pm

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Not a bad weekend for Rangers of Glasgow, Celtic dropping point's was to the Gers advantage.

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Re: Doomlord2, Creamy, Vicky and Punk's Scottish Football Part 5

Postby Punk » Mon Oct 02, 2017 9:21 pm

Too early to start posting Championship league tables :yikes: :header:
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Re: Doomlord2, Creamy, Vicky and Punk's Scottish Football Part 5

Postby Vicky » Tue Oct 03, 2017 7:04 am

Punk wrote:Too early to start posting Championship league tables :yikes: :header:


Good point my friend.

We'll hopefully see a few changes before the end of the season.

Promotion again for your lads and the Gers winning the SPL and hopefully Dooms lads finishing as the SPL runners up!!

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Re: Doomlord2, Creamy, Vicky and Punk's Scottish Football Part 5

Postby Vicky » Wed Oct 04, 2017 4:13 pm

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That's a surprise, i was expecting him to get at least a couple of games.

The last player in Britain to receive a sine die was a Rangers player and i bet the next one to get one, will be a Gers player as well.

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Re: Doomlord2, Creamy, Vicky and Punk's Scottish Football Part 5

Postby Vicky » Thu Oct 05, 2017 11:17 am

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Rangers 3rd strip that goes on sale tomorrow.

It's nice enough, but it's black and i don't suit black.

None of my jumpers, tops etc are black.

Now if it had been pink...

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Here's little Jayden Brown..

Who at four months old, is one of the youngest season ticket holders at Ibrox.

Wee Jayden was born three months early, but is now fighting fit and has already been to two matches and met some of the players.

There's the baby bear with Rangers manager Pedro Caixinha.

http://www.dailyrecord.co.uk/news/local-news/remarkable-premature-baby-ibrox-season-11281355
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Wee Jayden's excitement at meeting Bruno Alves is there for all to see.

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Postby Doomlord2 » Thu Oct 05, 2017 11:19 pm

Scotland got very lucky tonight - for Scotland. We deserved to win but usually we lose in these cases. I just hope we do well enough on Sunday. I do think he should risk that Celtic player Calum MacSomeone. I said a while ago the order of games was good.
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Re: Doomlord2, Creamy, Vicky and Punk's Scottish Football Part 5

Postby Doomlord2 » Thu Oct 05, 2017 11:22 pm

Vicky wrote:
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That's a surprise, i was expecting him to get at least a couple of games.

The last player in Britain to receive a sine die was a Rangers player and i bet the next one to get one, will be a Gers player as well.

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Re: Doomlord2, Creamy, Vicky and Punk's Scottish Football Part 5

Postby Vicky » Fri Oct 06, 2017 9:52 am

Doomlord2 wrote:Scotland got very lucky tonight - for Scotland. We deserved to win but usually we lose in these cases. I just hope we do well enough on Sunday. I do think he should risk that Celtic player Calum MacSomeone. I said a while ago the order of games was good.


Calum MacGregor, he's a good player.

I just hope we don't throw it away, we've now got thirteen points out of our last five games.

Surely we won't do, what we usually do?
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Re: Doomlord2, Creamy, Vicky and Punk's Scottish Football Part 5

Postby Vicky » Sat Oct 07, 2017 11:33 am

I asked my Da if he was putting Scotland down for a win on his coupon and he said naw, cause he thinks we'll get beat.

Imagine a Scotsman betting against his own country.

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Postby Vicky » Mon Oct 09, 2017 11:18 am

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Lyn Rigby with a nice bunch of flowers, Michael Mols sent her.

This is what Lyn had to say "Amazed and so touched to have received flowers from Ex-Glasgow Rangers and Holland international Michael Mols.

https://www.thescottishsun.co.uk/sport/football/1673108/rangers-michael-mols-lee-rigby-mum-lyn-support-house-opened/
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Re: Doomlord2, Creamy, Vicky and Punk's Scottish Football Part 5

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Big Bert is mentioned in that link..



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