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  1. If I understood what you are trying to express.............I would be more than happy to reply. However as Emissionimpossibl suggests, lets just finiish here?
  2. Your not wrong..........excellent assessment, with which I agree 100 per cent. But as you allude to, if Webster or Kelly were bid for, for silly money, it all changes?
  3. Ok fair point........However, Why Gretna?, do you know something about......driving, weed and Gretna? Sorry silly diversion!! The point I am making, is merely, that laws elsewhere are NOT utterly irrelevant.......and it seems ignorant and narrow minded not to acknowledge that.
  4. I do not understand how the law elsewhere can be Utterly Irrelevant?, i find that blinkered and ill considered. However, you are of course fully entitled to your opinion, unless of course opinions elsewhere are Utterly Irrelevant?
  5. I am in no way condoning what Johnson did............but if this had taken place in Germany or France, he would not have commited an offence. It's a matter of perspective and interpretation. I wish the young lady involved a happy and healthy future, and hope that it does not have a detrimental effect on the rest of her life. It is just interesting to note that different cultures and societies not so very far from the UK have a different viewpoint...........despite the Soaraway Sun's righteous indignation?
  6. maxjak


    Are you sure you have that correct? ..........I know Alan Rickman played a ghost in Truly Madly Deeply, but is he really coming back from the dead to appear at the Theatre Royal? Thats true dedication.
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  8. And.............Busybees!?
  9. I can perceive at once how the wise Bhagwan of the forum understands the wider picture, so kind of you to communicate with us lesser mortals. Sorry for our lack of understanding? However i was not slagging off LJ, I actually think he is doing an ok job. However i do believe his constant excuses and sidesteps when interviewed have become tedious and predictable. I am merely requesting that LJ, on occasions.. needs to stop toeing the company line...........and be forthright and honest with the people who care., and just now and again tells us how disappointed he was with the lack of intelligence and effort, and apologise to the supporters who spend their hard earned following the club for some of the lacklustre home performances. That is all! P.S. Is that a freudian slip.......Re: Pray Offs? or intentional? As most most supporters who are looking at our forthcoming fixtures............are praying!
  10. It is effective away from home. as can be seen by our excellent away recored.........however at home when we need to be on the front foot and dominate., it is particularly ineffective, as can be seen by our extremely poor home record. Lj is supposedly an excellent coach, so he needs to formulate a pattern of play that works at home, so far he is not up to it, and it appears to be his achilles heel.
  11. Come to realise that tactics are not a small mint flavoured confectionery, but a means of outwitting the opposition by a series of ploys and manoveures which ultimately leads to putting the ball between the posts situated at the other end of the field?
  12. Just wish LJ would be more honest, and stop making excuses. Just now and again tell it like it is............instead of waffling ballhooks. The supporters would appreciate some truthful insights, instead of his constant mealy mouthed meanderings? Sorry bout the alliteration!
  13. You have a valid point, the away supporters are determined to have a good time [ it costs enough!!] and we tend to be more tactically astute away from home. The away fans are also more loyal and tolerant as a whole. However some of our home performances, despite winning runs, have been dire, unadventerous and generally tepid. A home side needs to start on the front foot, show ambition and have a tactical set up that means business. ie. forwards and goals!! We are only reaping what we are sowing, a timid and nervous approach produces a nervous crowd, instead of a positive approach which instils fervour. I am not suggesting a gung ho game plan at every home game, but c'mon some of our displays at home have been frankly embarassing. It's a two way street, the crowd encourages the players......the players encourage the crowd. We need to be much more positive, and this in turn will evoke a positive crowd response!
  14. Great excuse?..............You don't write LJ's post match scripts by any chance? The home support is NOT toxic......but our recent first half performances come close?
  15. Stephen Gerrard, manager of Rangers FC. "We were nowhere near good enough, and let our supporters down" after last nights defeat against Aberdeen FC. I know we did not lose......but probably came very close. Would it not be refreshing now and again for LJ to express himself in a similar manner, as I am certain the supporters would appreciate it?..............Instead of the "Pleased with a point" Bullshirt A bit of honesty now and again would NOT go amiss?
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