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They're All Doomed - Doomed Ah Tell Ye

[...] old Rangers' place in the top flight. But, this didn't happen. Yes, the body of the kirk in Scottish football wanted Rangers punished for perceived past misdeeds (real and imagined). But, they didn't [...]

Well Done Celtic - You Can Only Beat What's In Front Of You

[...] to defend their latest title. Such an approach would make for a much brighter future for Scottish football. JUST a wee thought which was dredged-up this week during a conversation with a Hibs- [...]

Wee Team's Manager Resigns - So What

[...] the 14th most-successful club in Scotland are hugely concerning my esteemed friends in the Scottish Football Writers Association. A Mr Alistair McCoist, the manager of the tribute act has tendered his [...]

Summer's Over - Let The Dreichness Start

[...] on 18 September, we'd be back to being miserable Scots gits. From the perspective of Scottish Football, Celtic getting that UEFA reprieve is, probably good news - at least, we might have a club [...]

A New Career For Ally

[...] SHOULD we really have been surprised at Dundee United slapping down the Rangers tribute act at Ibrox yesterday? After all, United knocking teams who play their home games at that ground [...]

Sporting Parochialism Isn't Just An American Affliction

[...] of a re-born Old Firm clash this season. They are desperately hoping that Celtic and the Tribute Act will be drawn together in the semi-final of whatever the League Cup is called this season. I [...]

Well Done To The Tribute Act;s Board

[...] it clear - it wisnae me, a big boy did it and ran away. In this instance, the manager of the Tribute Act is having nothing to do with the decision to go ahead with an Ibrox match, against Alloa, which [...]

Small Squabbles In A Small League

[...] with the cohorts - not so-much legions this season - who have bought the illusion that the Tribute Act is really Rangers. The team which wears royal blue and plays out of Ibrox is an utter shambles [...]

Germany Calling - But, Will British Football Answer?

[...] made it very hard, before that glorious Goetze goal - one as good as any ever to win the World Cup. This was the best World Cup for a long time, roll on 2018. Some final thoughts: Messi as Player [...]

A Good World Cup - Now Let's Make Football Better

[...] THE World Cup is safely inside the DFB's offices; the bunting and flags are being taken down across a [...]

Nay Neymar - It Just Got Tougher For The Hosts

[...] ; the lip seemed permanently petted. Since then, he has grown on me, and, particularly in this World Cup, he has convinced me he is a worthy wearer of the legendary number ten Brazil shirt, once worn [...]

Beware The Germans As Things Get Interesting

[...] NOW that England and the other diddy teams have gone home, we can maybe start to enjoy the World Cup. Mind you, I was forced to listen to Radio 5 Live last night as I travelled by car during the [...]

What next For the Rangers Tribute Act?

[...] philosopher. I am delighted to see Kenny McDowall named as interim manager of the Rangers Tribute Act, following Ally McCoist being handed the keys to his garden shed. I have long had a [...]

A Return To (Some Of) The Old Ways Just Might Work

[...] pal, as they say in Glasgow. The reality is something different. To turn to Rangers, or the Rangers Tribute Act, as this blog likes to style the club playing out of Ibrox. I think we would be wise to [...]

There Is No Such Thing As Bad Publicity - Unless You're The Rangers Tribute Act ...

[...] over on the Blues. Today, of course, Ronnie Deila doesn't need to compete with the Rangers Tribute Act for column centimetres. There are no good stories coming out of Ibrox or Murray Park [...]

Even The Old Bears Are Despairing

[...] current Celtic squad being some way off being a great group of Celtic players, the Rangers Tribute Act just might shock them in the upcoming League Cup semi-final. "Don't be daft, the [...]

The King Over The Water Must Be Eliminated

[...] we have a bunch of rebellious "Sweaties", known by the popular title of "Ra Peepul" are rebelling against their rulers, and demanding the reinstatement of their King [...]

Taxi For McCoist - Maybe

[...] doing what the huge numbers of fans want. They have won back-to-back promotions, they still give Ra Peepul, the chance to turn-up of a weekend and reprise their age-old song book and indulge in their [...]

Basketball To Basket Case - The Track Record Isn't Good

[...] Phoenix Suns wants to buy the Govan Huns is certainly a belter. However, I would caution Ra Peepul to be very careful - and to reflect on what happened the last time a successful basketball [...]

The Edmiston Drive Car Crash Continues to Fascinate

[...] Cup tie at Ibrox before the 9pm watershed. This was sheer,unadulterated mental torture for Ra Peepul. And that's before the gratuitous violence of most of Lee McCulloch's tackles. I appreciate the [...]

How Can You Celebrate Glesca Without Fitba?

[...] round ties wasn't bad. I spoke to my Corstorphine resident pal this week, and she tells me the Celtic Family behaved themselves during their quick in and out to that douce Edinburgh suburb for their [...]

Who's The Mad Hatter And Who's Tweedledum And Tweedledee?

[...] much condemnation on this attack from the usual suspects among the bloggerati arm of the Celtic Family. This attack shames the self-styled "Greatest Fans In The World"; it [...]

On This, And On This Alone - I Am With Jim Murphy

[...] to look at the other side of the city and in particular at one of the tribal elders of the Celtic Family. Step forward the Right Honourable James Murphy MP, the self-styled People's Party's leader in [...]

Taxi For McCoist - After This I'd Make Him Hitch-Hike Home

[...] ;. Face it, it hasn't changed since about 1909 and it will not change any time soon - the Celtic Family and Ra Peepul who follow the Tribute Act are two cheeks of the same erse and, until [...]

Send Them Homeward Tae think Again

[...] be arriving tonight, as the Barmy Army of the self-styled football Master Race come north to Celtic Park, convinced that Wayne an' The Lads will give the Sweaties a footballing lesson. I am not so [...]

Tiem T Finally Deliver For WGS And His Men

[...] the Poles, and, we simply cannot afford to drop any home points. We MUST beat our visitors to Celtic Park tonight. No team managed, selected and organised by "The Blessed Martin" and the [...]

More Scottish Players Has To Be Good For Celtic, And Scotland

[...] the phrase. OK, the double transfer of messrs Armstrong and Mackay-Steven, from Tannadice to Celtic Park certainly weakens Dundee United, without necessarily strengthening Celtic: the two new boys now [...]

Ach, It would have been different, had we voted Yes

[...] my seventh decade, I finally grew-up, football-wise. After our humbling from the Auld Enemy, at Celtic Park on tuesday night, I didn't kick the cat, break my Geordie next door neighbour's windows, or [...]

We've Got A Good Product, But, We Must Sell It Better

[...] , I wouldn't, unless bribed by a nice commission from a media outlet. And there's the rub - Scottish fitba has aye been a winter game. Note those two words: "aye been", the two most [...]

NO!! - Ronnie, we don't want paragons, we want piss artistes

[...] for a wee bevvy. (A "bevvy", by the way, is the collective term for a group of Scottish fitba writers). Did the Tartan Army get upset when wee Bremner led from the front in breaking a [...]

You'll Struggle With This Ronny - It's Aye Been This Way

[...] history of the game". Aye Right. I am, yet again, having a go at the received wisdom in Scottish fitba. Wisdom? Scottish fitba? Precisely. But, Cletic's new Norwegian boss has a point, several in [...]

The Future's Bright - The Future's Oranje - Or Is It?

[...] -Top Ten, Scottish First Division, looked on, then pontificated. "There' the future of Scottish Fitba for you - they'll be able to run all day, but unable to trap a bag of cement". Ah, the [...]

It Was All Going So Well - Then The Fitba Started

[...] their three-goal deficit and win the tie, there ought to be a Stewards' Inquiry. We dream of a Scottish team in Europe past Christmas. This season, the dream is of a Scottish team in Europe when the [...]

In The Name Of Charity - Import This Pole, Peter

[...] . GOOD luck too to Ms Kerr up at Stirling University. Mind you, that is probably the best Scottish team to take the plunge and appoint a female manager. By definition, being a university side, [...]

Sunshine On Leith - Grey Skies Over Castle Greyskull

[...] in the old SFL Third Division, I argued this was a chance for Rangers to grow into the sort of Scottish team who would, in time, be able to get into the then SPL and immediately challenge Celtic. That [...]

They're Coming Home, They're Coming Home - England's Coming Home

[...] dross with a few touches on a sub-editor's computer keyboard. In the continuing absence of a Scottish team with global ambitions, relishing the English angst which follows another stumble out of the [...]

Di Stefano - Aye, no Bad

[...] 't have been liquidated, relegated three divisions and pilloried. Beleive that if you will Rangers fans. Carry-on the denial, deflect all you like. That's shite. The BTC was one element among many [...]

Germany v Us, In Dortmund - Skoosh Case

[...] case of HMRC v Murray International Holdings' ECT Trusts has been seized upon by some Rangers fans as a "We wuz robbed" moment. According to Ra Peepul, if the nasty tax man had [...]

Young Scottish Talent - There Has Always Been Young Scottish Talent

[...] network, finding future stars for the club. OK, as far as it goes, but, I am sure a lot of Rangers fans would far prefer that the club began to bring a steady stream of young, native talent, out of [...]

Even The Old Bears Are Despairing

[...] Edmiston Drive way. His message is blunt. "The guys making the running there now are not Rangers fans, they are not Scottish football fans - they are in there because, they know a successful [...]

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They're All Doomed - Doomed Ah Tell Ye

[...] old Rangers' place in the top flight. But, this didn't happen. Yes, the body of the kirk in Scottish football wanted Rangers punished for perceived past misdeeds (real and imagined). But, they didn't [...]

Well Done Celtic - You Can Only Beat What's In Front Of You

[...] to defend their latest title. Such an approach would make for a much brighter future for Scottish football. JUST a wee thought which was dredged-up this week during a conversation with a Hibs- [...]

Wee Team's Manager Resigns - So What

[...] the 14th most-successful club in Scotland are hugely concerning my esteemed friends in the Scottish Football Writers Association. A Mr Alistair McCoist, the manager of the tribute act has tendered his [...]

Summer's Over - Let The Dreichness Start

[...] on 18 September, we'd be back to being miserable Scots gits. From the perspective of Scottish Football, Celtic getting that UEFA reprieve is, probably good news - at least, we might have a club [...]

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