Tom English comments

AZBlue

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They have a different mind-set. They jeered Dalglish and Larsson who saved their bacon for years, when they came back with another team. Now they are turning on "Lenny" to quote that genius, Tommy Sheridan.
 

skiprat

Member
You’re probably right, but how can they twist it around from the Celtic support to big bad Prods?
Started last night, Every time english started on the tims he felt the need to bring Rangers into it. At that point i switched off. They cant say anything without the Rangers brought into it. We need to keep our own house in order. %^*& the rest. Didnt want us in 2012 so %^*& them all
 

Bluethruandthru

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He'll get feck all sympathy from me. Any problems he has have been entirely self induced.
Remember his past conduct at Ibrox.
Remember him going down holding his face in embra after a coin hit hit him in the midriff.
He is a despicable little lady's front bottom, and no denying.
I wish him only the worst as that's what he fully deserves.
Word for word
 

Theoldgeezer

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Lemmon has led a charmed life as both a player and Manager in Scotland. Flicking the V-sign to opposing fans, feigning injury to get another professional red carded, spitting on a Rangers scarf, shouting sectarian Orange bassas language to the Rangers bench. He is not a victim, far from it.
Nasty piece of work
 

WinkieWATP

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:eek:
 

The_red_rocket

Active Member
Listened to the podcast, very good piece in there describing our accounts.
The H&H podcast was good as well with Andy McGowan explaining it all but the BBC obviously has a larger net of listeners and was good to hear.
The SFA guy was on, Maxwell, and English was grilling him big time. He really has no time for the SFA or SPFL. Thought English was superb during whole vote debacle, unfortunately the BBC wouldn’t let him anywhere near the interviews with Doncaster.
Knows feck all about the actual game of football however. Apparently a rugby fan.
 

LOL 133

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I don't remember him speaking out about the effigies hanging from the piggery rafters.

He can't have it both ways, fkpig.

Steve Clarke didnt speak out about the sectarian abuse hurled at his own player Kris Boyd just a few weeks before he claimed Scotland was living in the dark ages. His awakening came when some of our fans sang a similar song, though you could argue that our song was political rather than sectarian.

Andy Walker thought that Boyd enjoyed the abuse he got but was quick to appear on Sky tv with Jim White to attack our fans for the "vile abuse" aimed at Clarke.

Once again I'll say it. We need to employ a researcher to gather evidence of the bias, double standards and lies.
 

Speminalium8

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Professor Tom Devine has explained that sectarianism in Scotland is anti Catholic. He's a professor so he knows what he's talking about. He's a Roman Catholic of Irish descent so we can trust him to be impartial.
I actually thought he said that what was remarkable about the Irish immigration in the 19th century was how well Scottish society accepted and integrate them as compared with similar situations in other countries. Surely the influence this demographic ( 20% of the population ?) exerts in Scotland could only be described as disproportionate.
 

LOL 133

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I actually thought he said that what was remarkable about the Irish immigration in the 19th century was how well Scottish society accepted and integrate them as compared with similar situations in other countries. Surely the influence this demographic ( 20% of the population ?) exerts in Scotland could only be described as disproportionate.

He appeared on the news shortly after TLB received a "viable device" consisting of a shoebox and some wires. You can google it. He said that sectarianism in Scotland was anti catholic. No ifs and no buts just plain old anti catholic.
 

Its-Sebo

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Credit where it's due, although English has been a scumbag to us many a time he hasn't shied away from being honest about them. I remember on a few occasions. Even at the start of Rodgers last season and a few times since then I've heard him on the radio saying they were in a dangerous spot because of the terrible recruitment and rhyming off a list of the dross they keep buying.
 

the_ref

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Credit where it's due, although English has been a scumbag to us many a time he hasn't shied away from being honest about them. I remember on a few occasions. Even at the start of Rodgers last season and a few times since then I've heard him on the radio saying they were in a dangerous spot because of the terrible recruitment and rhyming off a list of the dross they keep buying.
he does it in this podcast, it's very amusing. A list of dross - I've not heard of half of them - that they've spent a fortune on.

Broadfoot is utterly chronic on it, constantly interrupting him to talk to pish.
 

RBRFC

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English is just laying the groundwork for TLB being 'forced out of Scottish football'. They're engineering this so they can say he walked and they are again the victims of anti-catholic Scotland.
He's a moron so it won't take much manipulation.

This, 100%.
 

Bearwood Bear

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He appeared on the news shortly after TLB received a "viable device" consisting of a shoebox and some wires. You can google it. He said that sectarianism in Scotland was anti catholic. No ifs and no buts just plain old anti catholic.

Jackpot.

This is the problem with the entire debate, and panic amongst the Yahoos on the widening of the debate explains why McGillivan, Haggerty, Findlay and other well-kent apologists within their support made a concerted attempt to portray sectarianism as 'racism' - as if only Roman Catholic Irish people counted.

It also explains why even now, we are routinely abused using the H word: a sectarian slur which if using it would get you arrested in Northern Ireland.

When you have MPs and MSPs who have used this phrase to describe us and have been unpunished, it tells you all you need to know about modern Scotland.
 
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