View Full Version : NHC Mad Vlad has another rant.

09-09-2010, 08:05 AM
I see that Mad Vlad is at it again.


Perhaps he should consider spending some of his vast wealth on buying an Association Football rule book. There was to be a minimum of five minutes to be played at the end of the game on Tuesday, that time can be extended if further stoppages occur during that period or if it is deemed to be time wasting while the ball is out of play.

What has the fortunes of the Scotland national team got to do with the Yams discipline record? Perhaps if he had not imported so many overrated Litsí into their team the number of decent young Scottish players may have improved.

While on about discipline, it is easy to see that the antics displayed by Vladís imports were also the tactics employed by their national team.

09-09-2010, 08:12 AM
A thread on keekback about this,no surprise but they are having some laughs about it but they are backing vlad on this story,one guy says the sun has got a headline penniless vlad wants his money back,I don't get the sun so don't know if true or not

09-09-2010, 10:40 AM
But I do not have any hope that one day they would feel ashamed for destruction of football in the country where they were born, just as they were not ashamed when Hearts suffered three red cards and three penalties in one game.

I was at that game. It was awesome. And it was two penalties ya flange.

He's right about the "men in ties" part, but. The blazers at the SFA don't give a flying **** about that result so long as they get their next holiday in the sun. When Romanov starts pointing that out to you, it's beyond obvious. :yawn:

09-09-2010, 03:57 PM
apart from the references to hearts who i couldnae care less about , mad vlads comments are right on the money cos scottish football is rotten to the core on international AND domestic level and the "men in ties" don't give a monkeys. In 2 generations time rugby will be the national sport and football as we know it will be either commercialised rubbish to watch on the telly or a junior game watched by a few coffin dodging locals wae walking sticks. Beyond saving and IMO thats the harsh truth , money and greed killed football and if i wasny so bloody thick I'd pack it in but I just can't... how many youngsters are gonna catch the bug though? fewer with each generation cos they'll all have a few more brain cells and no previous loyalty to a club.