Dirty Sanchez

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Dirty Sanchez last won the day on May 19 2013

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  1. On the offside goal, even if you take Ian Redford out of the equation, Kevin Gallacher is 100% offside. It's laughable that anyone still thinks otherwise, especially a guy who played football for a living. Reason: Campbell Money being off his line is the part that people seemingly don't understand. The goalkeeper is usually the last man, so only one defender usually comes into the the reckoning in offside decisions. However, for the attacker to be onside he needs two opponents to be further up the park than him. It doesn't matter whether any of those opponents happen to be a goalkeeper, or not. Law 11: A player is in an offside position if: any part of the head, body or feet is in the opponents’ half, and any part of the head, body or feet is nearer to the opponents’ goal line than both the ball and the second-last opponent.
  2. Paul Kinnaird = Butthead
  3. Steven Thompson = Jim Harbaugh
  4. Saturday was Mallan's 25th goal for Saints, including 8 free kicks in the past 2 seasons. That's a phenomenal strike rate from free kicks, and there won't be too many payers, at any level, who've done that. Only 2 of his 25 have been penalties.
  5. Come from behind in every game. Note the linesman trying to disallow the late winner at Easter Road.
  6. This match was supposed to have been played at Crappielow, but was switched due to 'unforeseen circumstances'. I wonder what the story was there, given that Crappielow hosted another game from the group yesterday. https://gmfc.net/2017/01/25/cappielow-to-host-scotland-under-17s-in-march/
  7. I reckon it was 9 points on 3rd December, when Dunfermline were 9th, but we had a game in hand, which we won at QoS 3 days later. The gap at the bottom had been 6-8 points from mid December until we won at Ayr. The most we've trailed the other teams by has been: Ayr - 12 points Dumbarton - 12 points Raith - 19 points
  8. I agree with this. Although much of Danny said was spot on, as is most of the content of this thread, there was more than a hint of rose tinted specs at times in his interview. A lot of talk about resistance to Austin McPhee and about Tommy Craig being a prick, but not much talk about the budget being woefully squandered on pay offs, etc, and also not much about getting beaten most weeks despite having a fantastic squad. As you say his talk about expectation was exaggerated. No one was expecting cup finals every year. A good guy who I would have been happy to see getting another year, but let's have some balance.
  9. We remember the infamous Lee Bullen comment about how St Mirren 'stole' Dunfermline's title in 99/00, even though we had been top of the league for 33 weeks out of 36 that season. This season we've been bottom for 21 weeks out of 25, so if we stay up it's fair to say that someone will have stolen our relegation.
  10. That f*ckin' accent!
  11. Watching Raith TV from within the UK is also dubious, but they'll still take your fiver and won't make any tannoy announcements about it.
  12. Turns out it's not true. Scott McDonald has just confirmed.
  13. Looks like this is from the later stages, possibly extra-time, of the 1983 cup semi final replay at Hampden. Oh, how we laughed.
  14. There was the Craig Levein vs Graeme Hogg precedent. Both sent off. http://twohundredpercent.net/craig-levein-and-graeme-hogg-a-classic-punch-up/
  15. I was at Peter Powers at the Pavilion tonight. He hypnotised people so that both of their arms were stuck up in the air. He asked one guy how he felt. "I feel like the St.Murn captain when he beats Cellic the morra". This guy also ended up prancing around the stage in his pants, even although Peter Powers never actually asked him to take his clothes off. Own up. Who was it?