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fatbloke
24-02-2015, 05:04 PM
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/sport/football/11354357/live-football-tv-this-week.html

A must read for all. Go to Falkirk Rangers ad.

Enjoy.

FastEddieFelson
24-02-2015, 05:12 PM
:top marks

it did include the lines "treating their wives" & "behaving on the way home from the pub" in the last paragraph. must have been edited out due to complaints.

Pete
24-02-2015, 05:35 PM
"spare a thought for Falkirk who used to yo-yo up and down out of this league quite a bit before they suddenly found Hearts, Hibs and Billy Smart's Travelling Circus joining them at the second tier."

:thumbsup:

thebakerboy
24-02-2015, 05:36 PM
:top marks

it did include the lines "treating their wives" & "behaving on the way home from the pub" in the last paragraph. must have been edited out due to complaints.


Yes it had that part in when I saw it last night. Could be some sensitive souls in Weegie land complained .

NAE NOOKIE
24-02-2015, 05:49 PM
Love it :greengrin

emerald green
24-02-2015, 06:17 PM
Could never imagine anyone at the Daily Record, or any Scottish newspaper for that matter, printing something like that about their favourite club.

JimBHibees
24-02-2015, 06:19 PM
Hearts, Hibs and Billy Smart's Travelling Circus joining them at the second tier.

Currently fifth, Falkirk have a great chance to claim a famous win here given how abysmally Rangers are playing football, conducting their business, tending to their gardens and everything else besides.

:tee hee::tee hee:

Newcastlehibby
24-02-2015, 07:41 PM
Brilliant. Thanks for posting.

bringbackbenny
24-02-2015, 09:10 PM
The pre-edit version :-


Our weekly chance to check on what chaotic nonsense has befallen Rangers and what havoc Mike Ashley has managed to wreak north of the border in the last seven days carries us to a Friday night in Falkirk. Inevitably all the coverage, and most of the crowd, will be interested in the UK's most farcical club (settle down fans of Leeds and QPR, you've got nothing on these guys) but spare a thought for Falkirk who used to yo-yo up and down out of this league quite a bit before they suddenly found Hearts, Hibs and Billy Smart's Travelling Circus joining them at the second tier.
Currently fifth, Falkirk have a great chance to claim a famous win here given how abysmally Rangers are playing football, conducting their business, treating their wives, tending to their gardens, behaving on the way home from the pub and everything else besides.

Diclonius
24-02-2015, 10:50 PM
Heading up the road to Carnoustie around the time the game finishes, think I'll take an alternative routes out of Falkirk to avoid the hordes.

jingler1954
25-02-2015, 01:13 PM
Friday February 27
Falkirk v Rangers (19.45), Scottish Championship, BT Sport 1 VM 547 / 549 HD, 19.30
Our weekly chance to check on what chaotic nonsense has befallen Rangers and what havoc Mike Ashley has managed to wreak north of the border in the last seven days carries us to a Friday night in Falkirk. Inevitably all the coverage, and most of the crowd, will be interested in the UK's most farcical club (settle down fans of Leeds and QPR, you've got nothing on these guys) but spare a thought for Falkirk who used to yo-yo up and down out of this league quite a bit before they suddenly found Hearts, Hibs and Billy Smart's Travelling Circus joining them at the second tier.
Currently fifth, Falkirk have a great chance to claim a famous win here given how abysmally Rangers are playing football, conducting their business, tending to their gardens and everything else besides.

Newry Hibs
25-02-2015, 03:16 PM
Now if the Falkirk pre-match entertainment person could find a copy of 'Tears of a Clown' by Smokey Robinson .....

CallumLaidlaw
25-02-2015, 03:29 PM
Remembering its an English paper, they clearly don't view Scottish football very highly. Here is the preview of the Celtic game.


Thursday February 26

Inter Milan v Celtic (18.00), UEFA Europa League Last 32 Second Leg, BT Sport 1 VM 547 / 549 HD, 17.30

When they actually let Celtic escape from the drudgery of playing St Mirren and Kilmarnock 17 times a season, they are capable of creating some special moments particularly in Europe and particularly at home. The 3-3 draw at home in the first leg, having recovered from being 2-0 down after 13 minutes and 3-2 down at half time with a last minute equaliser, was typical of the genre. It's the second legs on the road that often cause problems for the Scottish side, although conceding in injury time to John Guidetti who hadn't scored since the last weekend in November, a run of ten games that included two against Partick Thistle and two against Ross County suggests that Inter Milan manager Roberto Mancini's recent claim that his "patient was cured" may have been a little premature. It also means the second leg is far from a forgone conclusion.

HappyHibby93
25-02-2015, 03:45 PM
hahahahah, brilliant

:top marks:top marks:top marks

SlickShoes
25-02-2015, 04:29 PM
Whoever wrote that deserves a medal!

erin go bragh
25-02-2015, 05:00 PM
Spot on . Cmon the bairns !

Ggtth

Northern Hibby
25-02-2015, 05:17 PM
Remembering its an English paper, they clearly don't view Scottish football very highly. Here is the preview of the Celtic game.


Thursday February 26

Inter Milan v Celtic (18.00), UEFA Europa League Last 32 Second Leg, BT Sport 1 VM 547 / 549 HD, 17.30

When they actually let Celtic escape from the drudgery of playing St Mirren and Kilmarnock 17 times a season, they are capable of creating some special moments particularly in Europe and particularly at home. The 3-3 draw at home in the first leg, having recovered from being 2-0 down after 13 minutes and 3-2 down at half time with a last minute equaliser, was typical of the genre. It's the second legs on the road that often cause problems for the Scottish side, although conceding in injury time to John Guidetti who hadn't scored since the last weekend in November, a run of ten games that included two against Partick Thistle and two against Ross County suggests that Inter Milan manager Roberto Mancini's recent claim that his "patient was cured" may have been a little premature. It also means the second leg is far from a forgone conclusion.

That's the bigest problem in Scottish football