Narey's toepoker - a Scottish football blog

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[...] Ross County are not doomed yet This was most definitely Ross County’s most important match of the season to date.  Had they lost against Motherwell, a nine-point [...]

Who's going down?

[...] that morale-boosting win with ten men in Dingwall, they are in better form than Motherwell and Ross County currently. WHY THEY'LL GO DOWN They still haven't won a league game at home this season, and [...]

Talking points from the Premiership weekend

[...] Ross County's season hits new depths The term 'six-pointer' is such a cliche, yet there was some merit in [...]

Talking points from the Premiership weekend

[...] fails his audition The Patrick Kluivert story was frankly hilarious, but at least provided Ross County fans with a distraction from their humping at Hamilton.  One thing is for certain though - the [...]

Talking Points from the Premiership weekend

[...] Sutherland (AS) occasionally writes for When Saturday Comes.  He would never miss an ICT match unless he was offered a date with the lead singer of CHVRCHES...who he would then take to [...]

Talking points from the Premiership weekend

[...] Sutherland (AS) occasionally writes for When Saturday Comes.  He would never miss an ICT match unless he was offered a date with the lead singer of CHVRCHES...who he would then take to [...]

Talking points from the Premiership weekend

[...] . Andrew Sutherland (AS) occasionally writes for When Saturday Comes.  He would never miss an ICT match unless he was offered a date with the lead singer of CHVRCHES...who he would then take to said [...]

Talking points from the Premiership (and League Cup!)

[...] . Andrew Sutherland (AS) occasionally writes for When Saturday Comes.  He would never miss an ICT match unless he was offered a date with the lead singer of CHVRCHES...who he would then take to said [...]

Talking points from deadline day

[...] Celtic strengthen at Dundee United's expense The last time Celtic paid money to another Scottish club for a player?  August 2010, [...]

Talking points from the Premiership weekend

[...] this headline for their piece on Craig's post-match interview after his side's drubbing at Dundee United...which I'm sure they just cut-and-pasted from previous post-match interview articles.  It [...]

Premiership half-term reviews, part one

[...] look to move on fringe veterans like midfielder Kevin McBride and striker Peter MacDonald. DUNDEE UNITED WHAT I SAID PRE-SEASON "Unless one or two of the young players make a big impact, Dundee [...]

2014-15 Premiership preview - Dundee United

[...] , Watson, Dillon, Gunning, Robertson, Rankin, Paton, Armstrong, Gauld, Mackay-Steven, Ciftci Dundee United certainly weren't the best side in Scotland last season.  But they were surely the most [...]

Talking points from the Premiership

[...] was County's plan they themselves had nowhere to go other than backwards.  On the contrary, Caley Thistle were continually able to find Billy Mckay and Marley Watkins breaking behind County's high [...]

Fans fed up with boring, boring Kilmarnock

[...] .  And they blew it.  Spectacularly.  Yes, Billy Mckay scored two stunning goals, but Caley Thistle were good value for their victory.  Even with ten men, they controlled the game and [...]

Caley Thistle at a crossroads

[...] in each of the last two summers, and they are now suffering terribly because of that. Caley Thistle captain Graeme Shinnie will join Aberdeen in the summer And now, it seems, it is the turn of [...]

Ten things we learned from ICT-Celtic

[...] opening 20 minutes the visitors were more sluggish than a 100 metre snail race.  That allowed Caley Thistle to settle and get comfortable in possession..  Celtic should have been better prepared for [...]

Talking Points from the Premiership weekend

[...] McFadden feels as the ball goes sailing over his head again and again. Thankfully for them, Partick Thistle have their own problems in attack; the drop-off in quality in the final third during Kallum [...]

2014-15 Premiership preview - Partick Thistle

[...] , Bannigan, Osbourne, Fraser, Higginbotham, Craigen, Taylor Tenth place seemed about right for Partick Thistle last season, given that they never seemed poor enough to deserve relegation, yet they [...]

Talking points from the Premiership weekend

[...] .  AS Fox let Partick down It was hard to believe at the time that Gordon Strachan thought Partick Thistle's Scott Fox was worthy of a Scotland call-up last year.  Fox's increasingly erratic [...]

Guidetti will keep Deila in a job

[...] there have been a few signs recently - a 5-0 win in Dingwall, the 6-0 League Cup thumping of Partick Thistle - to suggest that the attackers might be starting to click.  But if Celtic win the league [...]

Can Aberdeen become Scotland's second force?

[...] far cry from the Mark McGhee era, isn't it? Lawrie Spence (LS) has ranted and spouted his ill-informed opinions on Narey's Toepoker since September 2007.  He has a life outside this blog.  Honestly. [...]

Talking points from the Premiership (and Scottish Cup!)

[...] for Aberdeen fanzine The Red Final.. Lawrie Spence (LS) has ranted and spouted his ill-informed opinions on Narey's Toepoker since September 2007.  He has a life outside this blog.  Honestly. [...]

Talking points from the Premiership weekend

[...] the game to help a friend out". Lawrie Spence (LS) has ranted and spouted his ill-informed opinions on Narey's Toepoker since September 2007.  He has a life outside this blog.  Honestly. [...]

Talking points from the Premiership weekend

[...] the game to help a friend out". Lawrie Spence (LS) has ranted and spouted his ill-informed opinions on Narey's Toepoker since September 2007.  He has a life outside this blog.  Honestly. [...]

Talking Points from the Premiership weekend

Celtic do just enough So, it's mid-November, and at last Celtic have gone top of the league.  It's quite possible that they won't be knocked off thei [...]

Talking points from the Premiership weekend

Marching to Marley's beat Dean Brill and Ross Draper were two of the top performers on the day for Caley Thistle but for most the outstanding player [...]

Talking points from the Premiership weekend

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Talking points from the Premiership weekend

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Between Ashley and the deep blue sea

[...] A work colleague of mine happens to be a Rangers fan.  Now, it's a given that all Rangers fans answer any awkward question about the club with a [...]

McCulloch typifies everything wrong with Rangers

[...] a team to be proud of.  But that might be too much to ask. Iain Meredith (IM) is technically a Rangers fan, but these days he tends to support them ironically.  He only agreed to help with this blog [...]

Nationalmannschafted!

[...] for two places. Even Platini can’t spoil our fun! Iain Meredith (IM) is technically a Rangers fan, but these days he tends to support them ironically.  He only agreed to help with this [...]

Talking points from the Premiership weekend

[...] of CHVRCHES...who he would then take to said ICT match. Iain Meredith (IM) is technically a Rangers fan, but these days he tends to support them ironically.  He only agreed to help with this blog [...]

Taxi for Tommy!

[...] One typical Tommy Craig pose... At least Tommy Craig avoided the ignominy of having the shortest reign of any St. Mirren manager, but then it will [...]

Premiership half-term reviews, part two

[...] It's hard to see how the last few months could have been much worse for St. Mirren fans.  Tommy Craig never inspired much confidence as manager, and the side lurched from one tame defeat to [...]

Talking points from the Premiership weekend

[...] with a good manager over a season though, and if it’s a straight fight between McCall, Tommy Craig and Jim McIntyre, I know who my money would be on.   IM Celtic return to form Sitting in [...]

2014-15 Premiership preview - St. Mirren

[...] seems a long time ago.  A new manager, with new ideas, is exactly what they needed. In Tommy Craig, Lennon's erstwhile assistant, they have that new manager.  Does that mean new ideas [...]

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Talking points from the Premiership weekend

[...] Ross County are not doomed yet This was most definitely Ross County’s most important match of the season to date.  Had they lost against Motherwell, a nine-point [...]

Who's going down?

[...] that morale-boosting win with ten men in Dingwall, they are in better form than Motherwell and Ross County currently. WHY THEY'LL GO DOWN They still haven't won a league game at home this season, and [...]

Talking points from the Premiership weekend

[...] Ross County's season hits new depths The term 'six-pointer' is such a cliche, yet there was some merit in [...]

Talking points from the Premiership weekend

[...] fails his audition The Patrick Kluivert story was frankly hilarious, but at least provided Ross County fans with a distraction from their humping at Hamilton.  One thing is for certain though - the [...]

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