Their Meltdown Is Glorious

Walters80

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We could inflict some serious damage long before we play them again.

They have postponed a league fixture next month to play last season’s Scottish cup that’s a chance to go 7 clear, they might have to postpone another if they make the final that’s potentially 10 clear. Yeah they’d have games in hand but also a massive fixture pileup as well.

In the next round of fixtures they have to play Aberdeen, Livingston, Hibs & Motherwell away before coming to Ibrox.

We are in the driving seat now big time.
 
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tangledupinblue

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Although I am badly missing going to Ibrox this season I think another empty Old Firm match will have it's pluses. We can play our own game and not get drawn into the noise and 'controversy' which they like to call it. They don't have that extra man in their locker when they play dirty to stir up the crowd and try influence the ref. Tough titty timmy.
 

Atheist Bear

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We could inflict some serious damage long before we play them again.

They have postponed a league fixture next month to play last season’s Scottish cup semi in a few weeks that’s a chance to go 7 clear, they might have to postpone another if they make the final that’s potentially 10 clear. Yeah they’d have games in hand but also a massive fixture pileup as well.

In the next round of fixtures they have to play Aberdeen, Livingston, Hibs & Motherwell away before coming to Ibrox.

We are in the driving seat now big time.

So they’ll potentially be playing 2 Scottish cup competitions this season? That could be asking too much.
 

Warren Hill

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And there is more to come.
What will they do when we beat them at New Years to really stretch our lead over them.
Police will have install nets under the Erskine bridge.
Next Sunday the sheep will take something from the them.
This is the week before the Lord Mayors show.
 

Coza

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With us having the chance to extend our lead in the coming weeks there is every chance that those last minute winners will dry up.

But first and foremost we need to go out and keep winning our games. Ideally first 20-30 minutes we can have games put to bed and start utilising the squad.
 

Recoba

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Fingers crossed they all catch Wuhan flu and are unable to complete the season.
No we want to hammer these kunts on the pitch, all the years of being embarrassed by them will come back to hasn't them because nobody will ever remember their tainted 9iar, all they will remember is that we stopped them.
 

Jase

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The more points we can put in the bag the better. If the gap gets large they'll know that any cockups are going to be bad news when we've already got our points.

Throw in that they'll probably be playing their catch-up games in more miserable weather and it all adds grist to the mill.

We need to keep focused on ourselves and make sure we get those points, give them zero encouragement.
 

Bluewelly

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I’ve given up hoping Aberdeen will take anything from them :oops: it about what we do and we make sure we take care of whatever’s in front of us! :)
 

RabSpackman

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A few years ago I saw a message that I wasn’t meant to see between two friends who are Bheggars, and always at pains to appear to be the decent type.
The message was about, “the Huns are nailed to the floor - we did it”.

I’ve been looking forward to not subtly letting them know that I saw and remember their message at some point but I was thinking about it yesterday.
The Celtic support really can’t believe when an almighty lady's front bottom they have made of it after booting Rangers out of the way for a few years and getting access to all that free Champions League money.

They are now spending £2m getting an utter carthorse on loan and it seems to be as much about his nationality as his ability with a football given what we saw yesterday. And then £4m(?) on a goalie that doesn’t want to play in goals :D
They thought they had Rangers down & out. When Rangers next lift the League title they will be besides themselves.
 
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Craig

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Who is their game in hand against and when is it due to be played?

They'll have another game in hand the weekend we are away to Killie as they play Aberdeen in the Scottish Cup semi.

Let's see them deal with fixture congestion & pressure :)
 

Gallant_Few

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I’ve given up hoping Aberdeen will take anything from them :oops: it about what we do and we make sure we take care of whatever’s in front of us! :)

Big Ross McRorie might add a a bit of bite into some of the Aberdeen players for this game. Hopefully hes been getting into them and tellimg them just what that mob are all about. We need more proper Bears scattered throughout the league to try and have this impact.
 

L&D RSC

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Really wish other teams would start to see them as our players and management see them.

Not a great team at all!!!

The bumming up as a super power in the media seems to have the other teams beat before they step on the park against them.

It's no coincidence that teams in europe (no matter how good they are) give them a torrid time of it. It's because they have zero respect for them, and go after their weaknesses.

If teams like the sheep, hivs, motherwell etc... started to have the belief that they can beat them, then they might actually begin to do so.
 

thornhill bear

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We must keep the pressure by taking full points from all our games in the next few weeks. I also believe they will get their arses tanned on Thursday and drop points against the sheep.
 

BertyYarder

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We could inflict some serious damage long before we play them again.

They have postponed a league fixture next month to play last season’s Scottish cup that’s a chance to go 7 clear, they might have to postpone another if they make the final that’s potentially 10 clear. Yeah they’d have games in hand but also a massive fixture pileup as well.

In the next round of fixtures they have to play Aberdeen, Livingston, Hibs & Motherwell away before coming to Ibrox.

We are in the driving seat now big time.
Only Livi out of that lot ever take points of them. The others more likely to rest player so they are fit to play us.
 

Stevethebluenose90

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Just need to win our own games as we’ve seen this happen so many times before. Keep ticking them off one by one and see where that leaves us come the next OF game.
 

KuwaitBear

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Really wish other teams would start to see them as our players and management see them.

Not a great team at all!!!

The bumming up as a super power in the media seems to have the other teams beat before they step on the park against them.

It's no coincidence that teams in europe (no matter how good they are) give them a torrid time of it. It's because they have zero respect for them, and go after their weaknesses.

If teams like the sheep, hivs, motherwell etc... started to have the belief that they can beat them, then they might actually begin to do so.

Been saying this for the last couple of years, if teams attack them, there is every chance they could come away with point.

It happens in Europe, teams attack against them, and often come away with something. Livingston go at them and quite often look capable of coming away with points, the same can be said of Hibs and Hearts, when they have a mind to go at them.

They are much more vulnerable than made out.
 
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