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Holden

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  1. Cheers Eric. That makes it clear. Surprising that Falkirk attract more support than us.... But may be due to their location. Very central and handy for away fans such as Dunfermline and Utd to some extent. I work in Falkirk and most footy fans seem to be Rangers supporters. Don't work with any Falkirk fans at all.
  2. Sussed it. The total figure for Falkirk was incorrect. Back to the sunshine and the Muntepulciano. . . Albeit a little annoyed that Falkirk are bigger than us..... Size of support wise. Well done them.
  3. Please tell me where I am missing something...... But how come Saints have attracted more fans through the gates than Falkirk, yet our average attendance is lower than theirs. Same amount of home games. Can somebody who is not drinking in the sunshine please explain .....
  4. Have been impressed with O'Ware all season. I think he would be a sound addition to our team. Hear too that he is leaving Morton. To us ? Would also like Dobbie. Still a great striker. Seeing as he still lives over the border, he may well stay wi QOS. McMullen not in the team of the season but reckon he may be a Morgan replacement.........
  5. Fanzines were great at that time. The Final Hurdle was an excellent Dundee Utd fanzine with great wit and superb contributions from people who went on to great things in . . Journalism. Sort of. Not really sure that (fanzine) kind of imagination and humour is replicated anywhere these days. We can see journalists today trying to replicate it but largely failing due to their constraints. In saying that... The fanzine inspired On The Ball - on the BBC wi Tam and Stuart does a good job with their attitude, language and humour on Radio Scotland. Great job in fact. What is lacking is something tangible that people can look at months later or years later and laugh or cringe at. Fanzines mark a period in time that take us to the styles, fashions and attitudes of that era. Which can be embarrassing. Anyway. . . isn't Lewis Morgan just excellent to watch. Much better than Paul Kinnaird. Blah blah......
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    Lewis Morgan

    Love it how he just . . walks . . . . slowly . . . . with the ball. Defenders are backin off and backin off before falling on their backsides when he skips past them before they know what is happening. Sublime skill. Absolute joy to watch. Best skill I gave ever seen in a Saints jersey. Sensational talent. Celtic and Scotland fans in for a treat. Happy days. HCJ
  7. No Brookmyre was involved. He wishes and regrets not contributing. Probably. The rumours were not rumours. They were truths because of the fact that one of the alky squad was within the board room wearing a big hat and false moustache. The Sh!t was indeed ....hot. HCJ.
  8. I have every issue. As well as Around 250 copies of issue 4 I believe. We were too quick bringing out the fifth issue so we never quite sold the previous batch. Glad you kept them. Hope you enjoyed them too. Holden C Jerusalem
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    Stephen Mallan

    Stevie is best stayin where he is, get stronger, fitter, then when is just perfect, just absolutely tipper of the topper most for a dramatic entrance.......... Sprint on. Score a brace and do so again the following week the be the inspiration for Barnsley as they march onwards and upwards. Become a star and a really serious talent. He should then move to a top team. Play for Scotland and be the man that scores the goals for us that gets us into the World Cup. Then past the group stage. Then become a well kent name internationally. Become a legend. Come back to Saints then. Not before then. Go on Stevie. Work hard and believe in yourself. That is what we really want. Amongst other stuffs.
  10. Very clever title for his book. Enjoyed him playing for Saints. I believe he once protected St Paul Lambert in his capacity as a Polis.
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    Levein Craig

    If he's the manager, who is the director of fitba ?
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