Kevin Thomson reply to a celtic fan on twitter

SOB-WATP

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#6
Kevin Thomson was a ready made replacement for Ferguson in terms of captaincy, very underrated footballer aswell.

I always look back at the core of the team from 2008-2011 and if it wasnt for financial stuff off the field I genuinely believe those players would would be bona-fide legends.

Just look at Davis and McGregor.. 3 titles each and they were both just hitting their prime as it all went tits up. Both would be on 6/7 titles easy.
 

thomsonstackle

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#9
Thomson was a brilliant player, he wasn’t just a hard-tackling defensive midfielder. His footballing quality was the same as other midfielders of that era. There’s a reason he was trusted with set-pieces more than Davis at the time, he could whip in some corner.
 

billyblue7425

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#10
What a player. I was dumbstruck when I bumped into him out running in the Colinton Dell, in Edinburgh a few days after that tackle. I have been in the company of the Royal Family and actually danced with the Queen at Balmoral, but I was more in awe meeting him and I blabbered some shit to him. He must've though, who is that sweating loonball, but it was worth it.
 

trevor_steven

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#13
What a player. I was dumbstruck when I bumped into him out running in the Colinton Dell, in Edinburgh a few days after that tackle. I have been in the company of the Royal Family and actually danced with the Queen at Balmoral, but I was more in awe meeting him and I blabbered some shit to him. He must've though, who is that sweating loonball, but it was worth it.
That's just blown apart the staunch barometer :D
 

youngsy

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#16
What a player. I was dumbstruck when I bumped into him out running in the Colinton Dell, in Edinburgh a few days after that tackle. I have been in the company of the Royal Family and actually danced with the Queen at Balmoral, but I was more in awe meeting him and I blabbered some shit to him. He must've though, who is that sweating loonball, but it was worth it.
Ever considered a career in name dropping, mate.
 

Danger Zone

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#21
Why wouldn’t that tackle be mentioned regularly? They predicted the signing of Keane would be a title winning deal, even Peter Maguire suggested so on Radio Catolica, and within a few minutes of the biggest game he’d play in up here, he was battered like a ginger step wean and subsequently disappeared out the game.

It was a thing of beauty.
 

Scotitch

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#25
Thomson is a gent, he coaches kids down at Bo'ness for free and guy I work with said after a single session his granddaughter was involved in he had memorised and was calling all the kids by name.
 
#31
He was a far superior player to Brown and in the end I'm really glad we only got 1 of the 2... shame about the injuries and the effect it's had on his career but like many I had him as a captain in the making if he hadn't left.
 

Damsidebear

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#40
Some quite rightly so dislike his 'crags' patter on BT Sport and it can get a bit annoying, that a side I have a lot of time for KT he calls it as he sees it, I like many expected him to go on and be a great Rangers captain but injurys didn't help.

I thoroughly enjoyed watching him in a Rangers strip and he was one of few who never shirked a tackle, an exceptional professional.
 
#41
The tarriers have an unhealthy obsession with stalking our players and ex players on social media
Never a truer word spoken, I don't do twitter but looked at Defoe's last week after he put a tweet on about Rangers, hundreds of replies, thousands of retweets and loves but you guessed it, first post by a beggar.
"Yous payooor died an aw rat, yeez don't exist"
But here they are 6 years on still absolutely obsessed with everything Rangers online, we must have scarred them mentally more than even Torbett ever did.
 
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