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russell
15th May 2011, 12:02
Blatant lying down by Kilmarnock, 3 goals in first 5 mins. :rolleyes:

shaunbhoy
15th May 2011, 12:04
Blatant lying down by Kilmarnock, 3 goals in first 5 mins. :rolleyes:

No surprises either. Whole Rangers team leave the park to celebrate, no bookings.
Same Ref, Celtic v Hearts, sends Commons off for same offence.
sameOldDoubleStandardsCSC

:eyes

SimonMac
15th May 2011, 12:07
No surprises either. Whole Rangers team leave the park to celebrate, no bookings.
Same Ref, Celtic v Hearts, sends Commons off for same offence.
sameOldDoubleStandardsCSC

:eyes

And if the double standards were going in your favour you'd complain?

Follow Follow!

russell
15th May 2011, 12:09
And if the double standards were going in your favour you'd complain?

Follow Follow!

They never do that's the point Einstein.

shaunbhoy
15th May 2011, 12:12
And if the double standards were going in your favour you'd complain?

Follow Follow!

We don't want or need double standards. All we want is a level playing field. Fat chance of that though.

SimonMac
15th May 2011, 12:33
We don't want or need double standards. All we want is a level playing field. Fat chance of that though.

I never said if you needed them or not, I was questioning the fact that if they were in your benefit you wouldn't be complaining!

Whats better, to beat a team on skill, or to have them whine and bitch that the world is against them.

Sour Grapes?!

shaunbhoy
15th May 2011, 12:35
Whats better, to beat a team on skill, or to have them whine and bitch that the world is against them.


It is obviously better to beat them on skill. This we did to Rangers this season in the head-to-heads.
So I guess that makes us moral champions. See where you are coming from.
:wink

SimonMac
15th May 2011, 13:05
You feel free to take the moral Championship, we will take the actual Championship ;)

shaunbhoy
15th May 2011, 13:06
You feel free to take the moral Championship, we will take another tainted Championship ;)

FTFY

russell
15th May 2011, 13:08
You feel free to take the moral Championship, we will take the actual Championship ;)

Only took a few letter bombs, dodgy referees and teams colluding with you, Congrats!

Incognito
15th May 2011, 13:21
Blatant lying down by Kilmarnock, 3 goals in first 5 mins. :rolleyes:


Blatant lying down by Kilmarnock, 3 goals in first 5 mins. :rolleyes:

I can hear the hellychopper. GIRFUY ya alky arse!!!!!

Here we go 3 in a row, oh here we go 3 in a row, oh here we go 3 in a row, oooooh here we go 3 in a row!!!!

Lennon what's the score, lennon, lennon what's the score.

Three cheers for the establisahment, three cheers for the establishment, three cheers for the establishment,
three cheers for the establishment.

Partytunes flowing. Roll on the party, back to Ibrox now.


:banana::banana::banana::banana::banana::banana::b anana::banana::banana::banana::banana::banana::ban ana:

russell
15th May 2011, 13:26
I can hear the hellychopper. GIRFUY ya alky arse!!!!!

Here we go 3 in a row, oh here we go 3 in a row, oh here we go 3 in a row, oooooh here we go 3 in a row!!!!

Lennon what's the score, lennon, lennon what's the score.

Three cheers for the establisahment, three cheers for the establishment, three cheers for the establishment,
three cheers for the establishment.

Partytunes flowing. Roll on the party, back to Ibrox now.


:banana::banana::banana::banana::banana::banana::b anana::banana::banana::banana::banana::banana::ban ana:


Typical Rangers Fan, Obnoxious, drunk and of low intelligence. :rolleyes:

SimonMac
15th May 2011, 14:29
http://news.bbcimg.co.uk/media/images/52732000/jpg/_52732557_5048591.jpg

Take A Bow Walter Smith

stek
15th May 2011, 15:54
http://news.bbcimg.co.uk/media/images/52732000/jpg/_52732557_5048591.jpg

Take A Bow Walter Smith

Didn't he manage Everton? How successful was he there? Could it be he was out of his depth there? Or that SPL is shite?

Don't get me wrong, ten years living North of the Border I love the place, and the people, but the footy.....

'Kenwarramin?' as they say in Killie...

shaunbhoy
15th May 2011, 15:56
Didn't he manage Everton? How successful was he there? Could it be he was out of his depth there? Or that SPL is tulipe?



Not enough "honest mistakes" in the EPL for managers like Walter Smith to flourish.

HTH

:wink

jmo21
15th May 2011, 16:01
So is Lennon going to stay as manager?

shaunbhoy
15th May 2011, 18:00
So is Lennon going to stay as manager?

"This isn't the end, this is just the beginning!"

:music: :music:

d000hg
16th May 2011, 08:47
Typical Rangers Fan, Obnoxious, drunk and of low intelligence. :rolleyes:

http://www.animationplayhouse.com/babycry.gif

shaunbhoy
16th May 2011, 12:06
Rangers may be basking in the glory of their third consecutive SPL title, but the manner and margin of their success paints a slightly less glorious picture.

In the eleven seasons since the SPL competition reverted to a 38 game format, Celtic have taken the SPL title 6 times to Rangers’ 5 times.

In each of the last three seasons Celtic fans can potentially identify a single match in which refereeing errors changed the result in such a way that the destination of the SPL title could be put down to that outcome alone. And Rangers’ two previous triumphs were achieved by a solitary point and on goal difference. (In reverse order Rangers’ winning margins over Celtic have been 1,6,4,1,GD.)

By contrast five of Celtic’s six triumphs were achieved by a margin of 12 or more points, with the tightest finish being by 3 points in 2007/8. (In reverse order Celtic’s winning margins over Rangers have been 3,12,18,17,18,15.)

During these eleven seasons Rangers’ average winning margin is 2.4 points, while Celtic’s (over Rangers) is 13.8 points. Celtic have accrued a total of 1,006 points to Rangers’ 935 points, a remarkable 71 point difference over 11 seasons.

When Celtic win the league they do it in emphatic style. When Rangers win the league they usually do it by the skin of their teeth, with more than a little help from their friends.

Rangers may be the 2010-11 SPL Champions, but Celtic remain SIMPLY THE BEST, on and off the pitch.


Puts a few things into perspective.

Incognito
16th May 2011, 12:10
Puts a few things into perspective.

Want some cheese with those sour grapes?

You lost the league this year for two reasons:

BBC Sport - Football - Inverness CT 3-2 Celtic (http://news.bbc.co.uk/sport1/hi/football/scot_prem/9474278.stm)

Rangers 0 Celtic 0: Georgios Samaras misses from the spot as pivotal Old Firm clash ends in stalemate | Mail Online (http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sport/football/article-1380107/Rangers-0-Celtic-0-Georgios-Samaras-misses-spot-pivotal-Old-Firm-clash-ends-stalemate.html)

No conspiracies, no teams lying down, no cloven hoofed magical strikers. Your team simply fluffed it when they had it in the bag.

WATP.

shaunbhoy
16th May 2011, 15:10
If you send bombs and bullets to a team manager.
If you assault him when he is doing his job.
If you racially abuse him on the street and in stadiums.
If you send bullets to two athletes, both of whom subsequently fade from the team.
If you send bombs to intimidate prominent fans.
If you are caught lying to the same manager, then stage a strike when criticism comes your way.

If you do all of this, will it earn you a single point advantage?

This season has provided abundant debate for the nation’s intellectual classes who have despaired at the thuggish minority whose fingerprints are on the worst of the excesses. If only the problems were limited to the thugs.

We have been invited by some shameful apologists to assume that Neil Lennon ‘brings it on himself’. Inconveniently for this theory, fellow victims Niall McGinn, the most inoffensive player ever to pull on a Celtic shirt, and Paddy McCourt, who offends only by scoring outrageous goals, share only a religion and racial heritage with Neil Lennon.

Decades from now you will tell someone about this season and they will not believe you. It will seem incredible that all this happened in a ‘civilised’ 21st century society over football.

:wink

amcdonald
16th May 2011, 15:43
Decades from now you will tell someone about this season and they will not believe you. It will seem incredible that all this happened in a ‘civilised’ 21st century society over football.

:wink

Kickball is a business used to exploit the proles, it's not a sport

Incognito
16th May 2011, 16:11
If you send bombs and bullets to a team manager.
If you assault him when he is doing his job.
If you racially abuse him on the street and in stadiums.
If you send bullets to two athletes, both of whom subsequently fade from the team.
If you send bombs to intimidate prominent fans.
If you are caught lying to the same manager, then stage a strike when criticism comes your way.

If you do all of this, will it earn you a single point advantage?

This season has provided abundant debate for the nation’s intellectual classes who have despaired at the thuggish minority whose fingerprints are on the worst of the excesses. If only the problems were limited to the thugs.


What has all this to do with Rangers? The club sanctioned none of the above and heartily condemned it as such. You have arseholes in all walks of life.

Your Doogie McDonald thing is just more tinfoil hat stuff though. You weren't screaming conspiracy until your lot had stuffed the league up again. Funny that.

Same old Celtic.

Look at your manager accusing teams of lying down to Rangers rather than give credit to the fact that Rangers just found form at the right time.

Never defeated, always cheated, the Glasgow Celtic way.

As for Lennon, the fans hate him because of WHO he is, not WHAT he is. Martin O'Neil (Irish Catholic) was respected by most Rangers fans because of his dignity and manner. Compare that with Lennon spouting off sectarian bile and spitting on a Rangers scarf.


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9bJdlp5EWaM&feature=related

The man has no dignity, always sly accusations of cheating. He didn't deserve all the stick, but he's by no means a shrinking violet. The reason most Rangers fans dislike him is the reason why most Celtic fans worship him. You won't see that though and will insist it's some Sectarian hate campaign.

pacharan
16th May 2011, 16:14
Oh yawn.

Boring.

stek
16th May 2011, 16:14
Here's a Rangers arsehole;

http://3.bp.blogspot.com/_x1w9f3kXWq8/R8PabmZfKwI/AAAAAAAAAHA/pRmklvZKuBc/s200/Gazza+-+Rangers.jpg

SimonMac
16th May 2011, 16:23
Here's a Rangers arsehole;

http://3.bp.blogspot.com/_x1w9f3kXWq8/R8PabmZfKwI/AAAAAAAAAHA/pRmklvZKuBc/s200/Gazza+-+Rangers.jpg

Common misconception, he wasn't playing the flute if you look carefully he was casting an imaginary fishing rod ready to help Roaul Moat all those years later!

pacharan
16th May 2011, 16:28
Here's a Rangers arsehole;

http://3.bp.blogspot.com/_x1w9f3kXWq8/R8PabmZfKwI/AAAAAAAAAHA/pRmklvZKuBc/s200/Gazza+-+Rangers.jpg

Best player EVER to have played in that league.

Why he wasted himself up there is beyond me.

jmo21
16th May 2011, 16:36
I wonder who sent this package (http://news.stv.tv/scotland/east-central/249854-suspicious-package-found-at-cowdenbeath-football-club/) ?

jmo21
16th May 2011, 16:37
Best player EVER to have played in that league.

Why he wasted himself up there is beyond me.

somewhere Minestrone's head just exploded..... lol!

shaunbhoy
16th May 2011, 16:42
Why he wasted himself up there is beyond me.

Most things are beyond you, you feeble-minded duckfart!!

Incognito
16th May 2011, 16:49
Best player EVER to have played in that league.

Why he wasted himself up there is beyond me.

As much as I thought Gazza was a god, I still think Larsson was a better player.

Anyway cock muncher, back in the day half your English first team played for Rangers.

Trevor Steven
Gary Stevens
Terry Butcher
Chris Woods
Ray Wilkins
Graham Roberts
Mark Hateley
Mel Sterland
Mark Walters

stek
16th May 2011, 16:49
Most things are beyond you, you feeble-minded duckfart!!

Andy Walker! Great player, still seen hovering around the Reebok.