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  1. 6 points
    We only had an EU referendum because of internal divisions in the Tory party. Davie Bullingdon Boy Cameron thought a 'remain' vote was a shoe-in / shoo-in. Boris fcuking Johnson and Nigel fcuking Farage are lying, lying, devious fcuking cnuts. Farage racking up in Brussels and giving it big licks? 'You're not laughing now, are you!' Who the fcuk does this cnut think he is? The last thing we needed was a fanny lke him rubbing our European neighbours up even more, a mere day or two after the vote. Meanwhile, Boris has completely shat his Calvin Kleins. An utter, utter buffoon - but a dangerous buffoon. He was funny when he tackled an opponent in Soccer Aid. He was funny when he rugby tackled a Japanese kid. He was funny when he got stuck on a zip wire promoting the Olympics... but how in the name of fcuk did he get anywhere NEAR a position of power? 350 million to the NHS? My fcuking arse. Liars. Now we have Gove and May, Corbyn in denial, confusion, uncertainty... my prediction? You know these anti-capitalist demonstrations that pop up in London from time to time? Anarchists and hoo-hahs rack up wearing masks and daub graffitti on the Cenotaph etc? London is heading for a motherfcuker of those, it will be very, very ugly. Organised on the internet, and attended not just by the anarchist punk hoo-hahs out for kicks, but a massive amount of disenchanted ordinary punters who have had enough of politicians lying to them. A full scale fcuking riot. I am not particularly political. I have said before, I have voted SNP, Labour and Lib Dem - based on my perception of the calibre of the individual candidate put up in my particular area. I am far from a rabid nationalist, but the way I feel today, I want to distance myself from Eng-er-land and their right-wing Tory fcuktards. I'll take my chances with Nicola, and yes, Ruth Davidson, Willie Rennie, Patrick Harvie and Kezia Dugdale (unless she trots out Eddie Izzard in full drag). It should also be said I posted while having imbibed a few shandies. How's the spelling and grammar? Looks no' bad, considering the amount of shandies involved. Fcuking politicians. Fcukum. (Copyright Shull).
  2. 5 points
    TopCat

    Season 16/17 Home & Away Kits

    Seen that image kicking around social media. Either someone has pulled off a very good photo shop job or that's the kit, no idea.
  3. 4 points
    Stu

    Season 16/17 Home & Away Kits

    Shull's a taxi driver. He doesn't really do change.
  4. 2 points
    I wouldn't put much store in that one being the real one. It is indeed my youngest son who is a rather talented graphic artist. Dunno why he's wasting his time with this stuff though.... He's got real stuff to get done. BTW he fooled me too. I saw it on Facebook this morning and failed to spot who had posted it
  5. 2 points
    It was very obvious from the mood of leave voters on Question Time last night that there us already a strong undercurrent amongst them that they have been duped. How the hell we move in from here is anyone's guess. Probably the biggest political screw up post war and all so unnecessary and from a real position of strength for the Tories. Rip roaring cnut of it barely touhes the side to be honest.
  6. 2 points
    You might be on to something Miss Marple
  7. 2 points
    dardo

    Season 16/17 Home & Away Kits

    Well said Herbie.
  8. 2 points
    Kendo

    Season 16/17 Home & Away Kits

    Look closely the strip consists of black and white stripes. Hope that helps.
  9. 2 points
    If that's the kit then I love it. It's an absolute belter.
  10. 2 points
    rabuddies

    Farewell then Gordon Murray

    Passed away at the grand old age of 95. One of our finest creators of children's TV who brought us Camberwick Green, Trumpton and Chigley. I still love watching them with my grandaughter 50 years after I first saw them. The best after Oliver Postgate I think. Altogether now Pugh Pugh .......................................... The Firemen
  11. 1 point
    dr rotund

    Scottish Independence Referendum

    Hmm and she didn't see that coming? Did she? She'll go through all the proper channels to try and retain EU status but when they're exhausted we'll have another referendum Shock! Horror!
  12. 1 point
    Magic Monkey

    Season 16/17 Home & Away Kits

    Yes it is. It's perfect, as a tribute to mark the 30th anniversary of a certain day in 1987. Lovely stuff.
  13. 1 point
    I fully agree the pair of trumpets wanted to make a name for themselves. You could see the "oh shit" look on Boris face when the result was announced. They have made a rip roaring cnut of a stupid game. I think they thought they would lose but gain popularity just as the SNP did after losing the referendum. However they won it on a load of false promises and have destroyed both their careers.
  14. 1 point
    Herbie

    Season 16/17 Home & Away Kits

    Haha! Damn phone. .....
  15. 1 point
    commentators now saying that if May gets elected then she might well take the assessment of the BREXIT dept and decide then if she should go back to the country based on what deal we are likely to get. Also a guy from the times explaining that neither Gove nor boris wanted to win, they just wanted to shake things up enough to gt Cameron out and soften the EU up for a better deal
  16. 1 point
    I can deny it. The EU was one of the topics in the Scottish Referendum but we already knew that there would be an EU referendum. It was the SNP that made great play of independence being the only way to guarantee a place in the EU. All the No campaign did was prove that the SNP couldn't guarantee a place in the event of separating. A far bigger issue was the Scottish economy. The SNP made a pile of promises, free childcare and increased pensions amongst them based on oil revenue predictions that will willfully over optimistic and which have since been shown to be utterly bogus. The fact Scotland now had a £15Bn black hole, that promises in education and healthcare can't be funded and that our emergency services are in crisis are all now clear to see.
  17. 1 point
    So, politically, he wiped his knob on the curtains.......?
  18. 1 point
    shull

    Buy The Buds

    Morning D.D.
  19. 1 point
    Liverpool Bud

    Season 16/17 Home & Away Kits

    I agree ~ nothing like I expected but it has an element of a retro classic
  20. 1 point
    faraway saint

    Buy The Buds

    Hope there's a stop to your outrageous post building.
  21. 1 point
    whydowebother

    Buy The Buds

    Looking forward to an end of week update After all , communication with the fans is a top priority
  22. 1 point
    insaintee

    Shankland

    Loan moves usually happen later in the window. Would not be surprised if he does arrive, but if he does, it won't be until Aberdeen have all of their recruits in place. ETA Also would not be surprised if he does not arrive
  23. 1 point
    TsuMirren

    Aaron Mooy Signs for Manchester City

    Of course it is. City are helping Melbourne City out, it couldn't be more obvious.
  24. 1 point
    pozbaird

    Education In Iceland

    For as long as I can remember, we have looked at other countries who do everything better than us. Since I was a teenager we have bemoaned the fact Scottish kids were running around in shite weather on full size pitches, while Johnny Foreigner was having their kids play non-competitive football for fun. We looked at the Dutch. We looked at the Ajax model. Then we bemoaned the fact that while our kids were lost to the game, clubs in places like Croatia had kids tied up through their clubs from the time they were five years old. Then we looked at Barcelona educating kids and bringing them through their academy. Next thing I remember was our standard of coaching was getting it in the neck, with kids being shouted at by parents who had bulging blood vessels and were failed footballers themselves. Johnny Foreigner parents encouraged their kids and didn't care about winning leagues and playing competitively. Then we admired Johnny Foreigner clubs who had kids teams set up in the formation their top team played in, so by the time the kids matured, they knew what to do. Now we are admiring Iceland. What next? America? Where many parents are shunning the physical dangers of American football and their kids all play soccer instead? That'll be it - 'America shows Scotland the way, while our kids eat chips and curry sauce, drink White Lightning cider and are fcuking ace at Grand Theft Auto on the PS4'. Bookmark this. Come back to it in 5, 10, 15, 20, 30, 40.... years time. It'll still be valid.
  25. 1 point
    Stuart Dickson

    Education In Iceland

    Back at the start of this tournament the BBC did a segment on football in Iceland showing how they still have their kids out playing on frozen pitches in all weather conditions at all ages. Eider Gudjohnston explained that it was important that players learned through hardship and playing in all weathers was the best way to teach them. He also revealed what he thought the real reason for the success of the Iceland football team was. Their Football Association ensured that every single child playing grassroots football had access to coaches qualified to at least UEFA B Licence level. He said that when he came through grassroots many players didn't know how to lace their boots. Now they start off by learning good technique from a very early age. Common sense, as providing high coaching standards to all kids playing the game improves the quality of a greater percentage of the player pool from which to recruit from. Sadly here in Scotland Henry McLeish and Mark Wotte took our game down a system where regardless of what was going on at grassroots level the Scottish game was going to attempt to guess which kids might make it as footballers by looking at them at the age of 8, 9 and 10 years old, and making a prediction on how tall, fast or strong they would be when they turn 18, before giving them access to UEFA level qualified coaches. It's not hard to see where Scottish Football has got it so wrong. We waste vast sums of money in Scotland handing it to professional senior football clubs, some of whom don't even recruit scouts to help with the selection process of these youth players, and to some who recruit players to play in friendlies only to release them all again when they lose one of their friendlies to a local youth club.
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