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  1. 31 minutes ago, alanb said:
    Friday 5 November 2021

    Alleged Party in Breach: John Needham, Chairman, St. Mirren FC

    Disciplinary Rules allegedly breached: 

    Disciplinary Rule 71 - No recognised football body, club, official, Team Official or other member of Team Staff, player, match official, or other person under the jurisdiction of the Scottish FA shall bring the game into disrepute.

    Disciplinary Rule 73 - No recognised football body, club, official, Team Official or other member of Team Staff, player, match official or other person under the jurisdiction of the Scottish FA shall in an interview, a ‘blog’ on the internet, on a social networking or microblogging site, or in any other manner calculated or likely to lead to publicity, make comment(s) of a discriminatory or offensive nature based on, but not limited to, race, ethnicity, religion, gender, sexual orientation or disability, or that endorse or encourage foul play or violent Conduct or are otherwise offensive. There shall be a presumption that any material published in such a manner was published in the name of and/or with the authority of the person or body bearing to have published the material.

    Disciplinary Rule 77 - A recognised football body, club, official, Team Official, other member of Team Staff, player, match official or other person under the jurisdiction of the Scottish FA shall, at all times, act in the best interests of Association Football. Furthermore such person or body shall not act in any manner which is improper or use any one, or a combination of, violent Conduct, serious foul play, threatening, abusive, indecent or insulting words or behaviour.

    Principal hearing date: Thursday 2 December 2021

    Thursday should be interesting 

    So innocent on all counts then.

  2. 1 hour ago, faraway saint said:

    YOU use the word "fool" on almost every post, try looking in the mirror, although you might want to sit down, don't want you having a heart attack. :byebye

    As for a bore, irony at it's best. 🤡

    "Chase people away" :lol:

    Do I? Look back at all the posts idiot.

  3. 25 minutes ago, faraway saint said:


    Aye, because you really keep the forum going with your cheery and interesting posts. :lol:


    And what cheery and interesting posts have you ever contributed to the forum? You are almost single handedly killing this forum. You are a bore and a fool. You continually claim anyone who dares out you as the fool. You are a scourge on this site and chase anyone who is actually interesting away from it.

  4. 17 hours ago, lenziebud said:

    Thought Steven McLean was exellant today. Maybe a bit of debate about wether a pen or not in last minute but other than he was decent.

    Scottish refs are no different to any others. Every referee would welcome Var, its a no brainer

    Not sure given the bigot bias that's rife up here. It would stop them from giving the obligatory penalty when required.

  5. I know Dundee took a hammering v RC but it can't be overlooked that they drew with Hearts and beat Aberdeen in the two games previous. I don't think this game is the foregone conclusion some are suggesting.

    I believe this will be hard fought and hope we play with an intensity shown in previous games. They have strikers that have proven goal scoring records.

    I hope for a win but it wouldn't surprise me if that wasn't the outcome.

  6. On 10/27/2021 at 11:06 AM, Slash said:

    He was using terminology in his use of the H word which is offensive. I have family and friends who support both clubs. I  would never ever refer to them using such derogatory language such as H or T. I’m sure you and many others on here have similar friends and relatives. As I understand the  law in a Scotland those terms have been described as a hate crime.

    For many years we as St Mirren fans sang different songs referring to Rangers and Celtic in a derogatory manner. We eliminated those songs from our repertoire for the reasons we talk about now. We also used to sing “Go home ya H”. No longer sung. 

    His second tweet regarding a bridge toppling thousands of Rangers fans into the Clyde was made while he was in an official capacity as club director. Some people might think that’s just a joke, but I don’t find it funny in the slightest. He should never have made reference to another clubs supporters like that in his position. 

    If you read his tweet in full, he actually said it was a bad idea for this to happen.

    JN may seem offensive to Sevco fans but he does care about the fish in the Clyde.


    On 10/24/2021 at 9:13 PM, faraway saint said:

    It's on Halloween, hope it's not a shocker as we really need to beat teams so far below us to maintain the seasons good form.

    Who stole a day from October? 

    If we play as well as we did for a good part of the game v the  H  Newcos, we should be able to see off this mob.



  8. 8 minutes ago, Callum Gilhooley said:

    In my opinion he has to go.  We can’t be in a situation where a senior member of our Board has brought such bad publicity to our club and we don’t take action. 

    Had these tweets been decades ago , he may have a case to argue against it but with the most recent post being while he was a board member, he has shown a shocking lack of awareness and understanding of how this reflects on the Club. 

    I think anyone who has written, or spoken in a derogatory way about any team's supporters have a bloody cheek to denounce remarks made in a stupid tweet. No matter how you play it, the "H" word, (not Hamm......), isn't  bigoted. The term was and is commonly used to describe the then rangers, now newco fans.

    Yes. JN will probably fall on his sword but lets not kid ourselves. This has been manufactured by a self obsessed, overbearing, bunch of fan(nies) whose bigotry is renowned.

    As for the powers that be. 

    IF they are keen to investigate one Saint Mirren fan's comments then, for Christ's sake, be open and even and investigate the real bigotry that oozes out of the two @rsecheeks fan pages, not to mention the sh!te we have been subjected to on the terraces when they come a calling.

  9. 3 minutes ago, faraway saint said:

    Splitting hairs., more deflection, already avoided a couple of points, run along, you must have someone else to bore? 

    And what hairs have I split? The ones that actually show I DIDN'T say what you suggested.

    Deflection is what you're attempting.

    Now go get your schoolbag and do your homework. You must be up to  four letter words in your English lessons by now. (Maybe I'm giving you too much credit though).

  10. 1 minute ago, Callum Gilhooley said:

    I’m certainly not here to defend Sevco or their players but if the allegations made against the Prague player were correct ( and the authorities seemed to think so ).   I’m not surprised at their reaction. 

    Neither would I. 

    1 minute ago, Callum Gilhooley said:

    Nor me , I have no idea. 

    But say , replace the scum or Prague teams with Saints and Morton .  Would we act that way ?   f**king hope not . 

    I don't know about Morton but there are a few teams I would support if they were representing our country in Europe. IF they stayed in the competitions long enough.

  11. 2 minutes ago, Callum Gilhooley said:

    Wasn’t the original incident V Slavia Prague while the subsequent incident involved  Sparta ?
    Don’t think any of their idols would have been involved. 

    Can you Imagine R*ang*rs fans “booing in support” of a player who’d sinned against their bigot brothers or vice versa ?  


    I don't know if the hatred that haunts the bigots runs as deep in those parts. That's why I refrain from being absolute. Unlike some

  12. 10 minutes ago, faraway saint said:


    Football Against Racism in Europe (FARE) have joined calls for a firm stance to be taken over the latest vile incident in the Czech capital.

    Executive director Piara Power believes there is only one option for the governing body - to kick the club out of the competition altogether.

    He told Sky Sports: “I think any reasonable observer would have watched that, and as I understand it the BT Sport commentators picked up on it as well, and questioned why this one particular player was picked out.

    This ONE PARTICULAR player. How many non white players were NOT picked out? Hmmm. Let me think.

    I knew you weren't thinking for yourself. It would have been beyond your capabilities.

    FARE is a fantastic organisation but, in this instance, it is making assumptions. Assumptions that suit an admirable agenda but assumptions nonetheless.

    I still believe it is far more likely that those kids didn't decide it was clever to be selectively racist. Far more likely they just didn't like what Kamara did. Or what they perceived he did.


  13. 4 minutes ago, faraway saint said:

    You're getting mixed up, due to your obsession with me, with boredom and running away.

    For the record, I wouldn't be running away from you anytime. 

    The previous incident at Ibrox, SURELY, is a factor in this?

    Why else was he jeered throughout? 

    I thought you were done.

    Don't you even understand yourself?



    I'm at least glad you've now admitted the reason Kamara was boo'd was because of what happened at Ipox. Not necessarily racism then?

  14. Just now, HSS said:

    Surely if the crowd were racist the 8 players would have been abused?

    That doesn't appear to be the case. According to some.

    FWIW. I think it more they were a bunch of foolish kids booing ONE player who, in there eyes, had got one of their idols into trouble with the authorities. That's happened throughout the time I've watched football.

    The difference between me and some others one other is, I'm not suggesting I know what was in the kids collective heads.

  15. 13 minutes ago, faraway saint said:

    It was ONLY Kamara who was boo'd EVERY time he touched the ball. :blink:

    Only a fool wouldn't see that for what it was. :rolleyes:

    Away and have a look at yourself, condoning racism, shame on you. :byebye

    The oracle has spoken. If someone doesn't agree with you they must be wrong?

    OF COURSE IT WAS ONLY KAMARA! It was Kamara who claimed abuse and got the opposition player into bother. Whether it was actually true or not is immaterial to those who support their own player. They perhaps didn't believe it to be so.

    Only a fool would think they must know what's in the minds of children. Or perhaps your insight is due to the fact your intellect is on a par, (or worse),, with them.

    As for condoning racism. Get real. I was putting it forward that it may NOT have been that that motivated a bunch of kids to boo an opposition player. I've heard booing many times at our own ground. 

    So don't preach to me about things you're merely guessing at Sherlock.

  16. 11 minutes ago, faraway saint said:

    Eh? :blink:

    Every time Kamara touched the ball their was booing, and from schoolchildren into the bargain. 

    Since when is booing racist? Are you seriously suggesting when/if we boo a player we're being racist? You are making assumption which some may think is bias.

  17. 3 hours ago, Doakes said:

    Surely they could WFH like everyone else is being asked to :ninja


    17 hours ago, stlucifer said:

    I don't get the logic. Motorcades. Private jets. Entourage after entourage. All in the name of TALKING about reducing CO2 levels. 

    Maybe it's these people that should be made to "work from home". In a era where we all live next to each other digitally why is there a need to have this mass junket? 


  18. 28 minutes ago, waldorf34 said:

    UK now on 50000 cases a day and we are yet into winter, another shutdown coming?

    I haven't looked into the figures but how do they break down as far as the separate nations are concerned? Is it mainly England who have relaxed their rules far more than the other countries? If so, there really is no need for Scotland, Wales or NI to change tact.

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