A Club built for Erin

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PalefaceRedskin

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Stupid, manky wee slag.

"At family gatherings and weddings, we always finish the night with Celtic songs and YNWA"... Must be some f*cking laugh in amongst that lot when they get together.
I take it you don’t get an invite to a wedding unless you’re a filth fan? The other option is they’re so arrogant they think others want to hear anti-Protestant hatred and then the Liverpool club song delivered with a nasal whine. Either way not very open and welcoming. One culture right enough.
 

Der Bomber

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I take it you don’t get an invite to a wedding unless you’re a filth fan? The other option is they’re so arrogant they think others want to hear anti-Protestant hatred and then the Liverpool club song delivered with a nasal whine. Either way not very open and welcoming. One culture right enough.
Exactly, if Rangers came out with an advert promoting rangers party tunes after social family gatherings, the press would be all over it up here. We all know who the bigots are in Scotland and it's not us
 

Carnager

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This description explains a lot.

"Erin Boyle is a 19 year old Glasgow-Irish poet. An up and coming working-class female writer, new to the scene. A student at Glasgow University with a long list of hobbies and passions, she surrounds herself with inspiring people and loves a gab."
 

Timardim

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Does she mention in their history , the basis why they were formed , or the lies and denial from the club regarding their boys club connection , separate entity and the CSA scandal......Club like no other...
Where the boys were frightened to walk alone
 

GovanFront4

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That would be racist, Protestant supremacist, or something, in the tabloids.

100% mate. Just to confirm, I don't think our club would or should have that as a tag line, but that is essentially what the scum are doing. Same as the nod and the wink that the war is over and the rebels have won statement was. Right in the middle of a fucking ceasefire as well the stupid T.aig rats.
 

Tom Forsyth's stud

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What she actually is is a Scottish person from Glasgow with the thinnest trace of Irish ancestry but because it's celtc and they despise being Scottish so they push the oirish angle every chance they get.

Erin Boyle is a 19 year old Glasgow-Irish poet. What part of Ireland ya bigot ?
 

sofakineazy

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Have you ever heard such sanctimonious, pompous drivel.
There was a game of bigot bingo in there with every well known sellik phrase, paradise, sellik park, ynwa, fraudruple.....

Ra sellik have really disappeared up their own backside. They think they have some sort of moral high ground when they are just full of the brown stuff in reality.
 

Raymondgers

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I thought she was about 14 lol
Weirdest part of the video is when she is buying her pizzas at the piggery (getting your pizza from a football ground is weird enough) she uses her apple pay with her whole palm over the home button.

But now for the important question - football team aside, would you pump her?
 

Conlig Loyal

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Cleverly (for them) designed campaign that allows them to crow that it's not at all a republican/nationalist slogan they are using in "A club built for Erin" seeing that Erin is the Irish name for Ireland.

"No, no, sure tis named for a lovely colleen who has that name, to be sure. Tis nothing to do with Oireland, faith and begorrah. Sure aren't Celt*c de club for all....'cept dose orange bastards...and de hated English...oh, and don't forget dose filthy Jews either, but still de club for all, like de lovely Erin dere."

Not the anyone in the press would bother to question it anyway, even if their official club slogan was 'Up da 'Ra!'
 

Pliskers

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“Glasgow-Irish”

Is that just a born and bred Glaswegian whose great great great great granny moved to Glasgow in the mid 19th century?
So that makes me Glasgow-French as my family tree is from someone who came over with William the Conqueror which was only about 900 years ago.
 

Pliskers

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If you go through the twitter accounts of Sinn Fein councilors over here in NI, they aspire to being photographed at the piggery and scum drinking holes like Brazen Head. It's a badge of honour to them so the will see her as future voter incubator given her open devotion to 'da cause and not doubt drop in on her on their next republican march sanctioned by the GCC and Police republic of Scotland.
 

TimzRFudz

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Pipe down and learn to speak properly, you cringeworthy, nasally-voiced, helium breathing, silly wee piglet. You’re not a poet, someone has laced your Methadone with extract of Trill. Shut up and get back to your drive-thru...
 

1BrianLaudrup

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The lack of self-awareness it takes to peddle 'A club built to last" as a slogan while you're in the middle of a collapse of epic proportions on the field and off is quite something.

Especially when the seeds of the collapse were your club's failure to capitalise on the clear advantage it had been gifted over its nearest rivals. No vision, all hubris.

There's reality, and there's Sellick reality, and the two are often polar opposites.
 
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