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Wilkinsvolley

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Deja Vu!
Exactly the same was said about DJ and of course most of it was unwarranted.
I think some people expect ex-Rangers players to never criticise the club or the teams form and always slate celtic in everything they do regardless of the reality of the situation.
Anyway, I took all sorts of criticism, ridicule and indeed abuse when I previously spoke up in defence of DJ and I don't want to get involved in all that sort of shit again by giving Alex Rae a bit of support so I'm just going to leave it there!
Everybody gets it because they’re not sticking the boot in to celtc enough or agree a Rangers player should be sent off or whatever else. I don’t have to agree with everything they say and nobody agrees on everything in football, but I’d rather it was Rae or DJ or Halliday than Lennon or any other rat they’d bring on if we successfully silenced the Rangers men because we don’t agree with everything they say.
 

Bluenose Whistler

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Did I hear Kevin's say that the first quarter so far had been exciting unlike last season where the winners were 25 points ahead of their nearest rival and the difference to third.....
Did he ever ridicule the points gap when the scum were playing in a one horse race to get the tainted 8.75
 

Edweird

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Historically, our players and ex-players have always shown enormous respect to Celtic - even in their worst periods when they were dreadful. I cannot say the same about how their players and ex-players have reciprocated.
Can't say I know of one who has the level of hatred that you hear from Hartson, Lennon and Sutton. You'd think they had been anally raped by the helicopters.
You can add Burley to that when he gets the chance.
Going forward there will be plenty of venom from Brown, so some chuckles on the horizon.
Griffiths I don't expect to be suitable for broadcast the day after retirement and it will be hard to conduct a media career from Bar L.

For Rangers you could only look at how John Grieg handled their NIAR.
You look at him today and see nothing but a focus on RFC.
 

Edweird

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Did I hear Kevin's say that the first quarter so far had been exciting unlike last season where the winners were 25 points ahead of their nearest rival and the difference to third.....
Did he ever ridicule the points gap when the scum were playing in a one horse race to get the tainted 8.75
The answer would be "no".
In fact I remember those days well.
During the Delia years, or any time the sheep ventured outwit their pen, he was in a blind panic. He was spewing nightly, shouting thinly veiled advice to the board that TIAR was in danger.
Once the 4 or 5 was in the bag he'd tell us all you can only play what's in front of you and NOTHING was ever allowed to dilute his favorites romp on to what would have become TI*R.
He will never recover from losing it and it haunts him.
 

barubear

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Wasn't it close after the first quarter last year, sure they got the first OF game pushed back in the hope of fans in and home advantage? How did that work out for them, sure it was from now until new year we put the burners on and started opening a gap.
Did I hear Kevin's say that the first quarter so far had been exciting unlike last season where the winners were 25 points ahead of their nearest rival and the difference to third.....
Did he ever ridicule the points gap when the scum were playing in a one horse race to get the tainted 8.75
 

WalterLoyal

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Wasn't it close after the first quarter last year, sure they got the first OF game pushed back in the hope of fans in and home advantage? How did that work out for them, sure it was from now until new year we put the burners on and started opening a gap.

They had won eight and drawn one going into the first Old Firm and were one point clear of us. The pressure was on us with them having the chance to go four clear but we put them in their place and it was all downhill after that.

Nobody was ever allowed to talk down Celtic's achievement during their 9 in a row. Anyone who dared to question the quality of the league was quickly shot down by Keevins and told it wasn't Celtic fault Rangers went down the divisions.
 
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Thasunke Witko

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Had it on at the weekend, Keevins was orgasmic in his praise of the Portuguese George Michael. Why do they always go completely over the top when anyone has a couple of decent games for them?
That lot are trying to put him in a higher bracket than kent imo, that lot are deluded to say the least.
 

Bear all

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Did I hear Kevin's say that the first quarter so far had been exciting unlike last season where the winners were 25 points ahead of their nearest rival and the difference to third.....
Did he ever ridicule the points gap when the scum were playing in a one horse race to get the tainted 8.75
Keevins as most of us older Bears remember always stated during our 9 in a row that Scotland needed a strong Celtic, we never heard him ever say we needed a strong Rangers in fact quite the opposite.
 

Fourladshadadream

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That's Joe, now John, who got kicked off the Real Radio phone in for being a bigot.

He says he might be paranoid over the photoshopped pics of McLean. He's right.
I thought he was going to start crying about the photos of the ref smiling.

I was chuckling away at it
 

Wilkinsvolley

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Just had ipsos MORI at the door doing a survey for radio station listening figures. Asked her if @Tailwind had sent her!

I had to say I don’t listen to the radio to uphold my promise not to affect the SSB listening figures (and because she said it would take 10 minutes).
 

Arkanoid

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A few years ago it was Rangers Legend Big DJ when he was doing a stint at CSSB that was an "Uncle Tom", "never a Rangers man" and a "turncoat!"
Looks like on FF that particular baton has been handed to Alex Rae!
:rolleyes:
H&H proving you can criticise Rangers and not face undue criticism yourself, not what you say but how you say it or in this case the medium you say it on
 

Tpol_rfc

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Who's the mentally challenged getting all worked up saying it wasn't a penalty because. . . . . . . . .well just because this particular short pull shouldn't have been. Mark something
 

wee bud's pit boots

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Similar to Super once referring to Lennon as "Lenny!"...a hanging offence in polite society! ;)
Anyway, I don't want to derail a thread that's intended to highlight crazy humphies mentalness on CSSB, not having a pop at ex Rangers players for not being staunch enough for some so if you don't mind, I'll leave it there.
No one wants an ex Ranger to act like Walker, or trolls like Sutton and Hartson. However when cotroversy ensues and the filth are at fault, what the hell stops them from opening their gobs and saying so?

Prime example all those years ago, when Haughey let rip at the yahoos having to come to Ibrox post-split hard on the heels of an away tie to Boavista. A disgrace, poor celts put upon by the authorities, an injustice etc, etc.

All Derek Johnstone had to say was; Willie the reason Celtic have to come to Ibrox on that date is because of the behaviour of their own fans at Parkhead in May, 1999.

But what did he say? ''It's a fair point, Willie''

It's instances like this and there was the best part of two decades worth from DJ, that sickens you.

Not that DJ was or is alone.
 
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