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On the subject of provincial clubs, why the fuck aren't the Huns and Tims considered to be fucking provincial clubs. Glasgow isn't the fucking capital city y'know.

 

:lolabove: Like it makes a fucking difference; Glasgow's clearly not a "province" because it has the biggest population concentration in Scotland.

 

lol @ these:

"He's blue, he's white, he spits on fenian shite, El Hadji Diouf, El Hadji Diouf."

 

"El Hadji Diouf Diouf Diouf

Think that Lennon is a poof!

El Hadji Diouf Diouf Diouf

Knows that Big Jock knew the truth!

To the left, to the right, he spits on all the Fenian shite,

He is blue, he is black, and he loves the Union Jack."

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:lolabove: Like it makes a fucking difference;

 

True.

 

Glasgow's clearly not a "province" because it has the biggest population concentration in Scotland.

 

So? Look up the definition of the word. Any anyway, to the filthiest of the Hun vermin the real capital is either Belfast or London.

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So? Look up the definition of the word.

 

If you seriously believe that Glasgow is a province, particularly in terms of the Old Firm being provincial teams, then I think it's you who needs to look up the definition of the word.

 

prov·ince? ?/?pr?v?ns/

–noun

1. an administrative division or unit of a country.

2. the provinces,

a. the parts of a country outside of the capital or the largest cities.

b. (in England) all parts of the country outside of London.

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Former Scotland winger Neil McCann is poised to come out of retirement and play for hard-up Dundee at the age of 36. (Various)

 

Former Dundee United and Rangers midfielder Charlie Miller has joined Third Division strugglers Clyde and will play for nothing. (Daily Record)

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Nottingham Forest have signed Middlesbrough striker Kris Boyd on loan until the end of the season.

 

The Scotland international, 27, joined Boro from Rangers in the summer but has struggled to settle at the Riverside.

 

Boyd, who was signed by previous boss Gordon Strachan, had been linked with a move in the January transfer window.

 

He told the Forest website: "There are a lot of games coming up in a short space of time and I want to help Forest get into the Premier League."

 

More to follow.

 

 

 

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It's Friday after all.

 

The amount Rangers owe to creditors due within the next year has increased by nearly £3.5m to £29m, according to the Scottish champions' half-yearly report.

 

Most of that is believed to be owed to Lloyds Banking Group, but Rangers insist that their net debt has fallen while refusing to say by how much.

 

The club suffered a drop in pre-tax profit from £13m to £9m during the six months to 31 December.

 

Turnover for the six-month period decreased by £4.1m to £33.7m.

 

Rangers say that was because of fewer home games for the Glasgow club in the Scottish Premier League.

 

There was also a 4.9% decline in the number of season tickets sold, together with a reduction in sponsorship income.

 

Rangers chairman Alastair Johnston said the current economic downturn and the disruption to fixtures due to extreme weather conditions in December had added to the club's financial problems.

 

But he took the opportunity to criticise the club's banker, Lloyds Banking Group, for making manager Walter Smith more difficult than necessary.

 

"While we appreciate the support of the Lloyds Banking Group through the Bank of Scotland in extending our credit arrangement and recognising the progress that has been made in developing a template for collaboration, certain provisions imposed on the club continue to compromise, in our opinion, management's ability to conduct its role with maximum efficiency," Johnston said in his statement.

 

 

"Having said that, as has been widely reported, the majority shareholder is currently engaged in ongoing discussion with a view to selling its equity interest in the cub.

 

"The outcome of this process could change the role that the bank will play in going forward in its financial structure."

 

Johnston was making reference to an ongoing takeover bid by Scottish tycoon Craig Whyte, who this week appeared to move closer to a buy-out of Sir David Murray's shares.

 

"We are all acutely aware of the distractions off the park but can assure all stakeholders that our objective of adding the SPL trophy to the Co-operative Insurance Cup and providing Walter Smith with a fitting finale is resolute," said the chairman.

 

"The strength of the club is in its collective and unyielding support to achieve footballing success."

 

Indeed, despite Smith being restricted in his movements in the transfer market, player costs have remained around the same thanks to the addition of Nikica Jelavic, Vladimir Weiss and James Beattie.

 

The latest figures also show that Rangers' gained more from the sale of Danny Wilson to Liverpool and Thomson to Middlesbrough than they did the previous year for Barry Ferguson to Birmingham City and Charlie Adam to Blackpool.

 

"Net operating expenses at £21.1m are in line with last year, with base salary costs at similar levels and reduced matchday costs offset by higher maintenance expenditure and provisions for doubtful debts," explained Johnston.

 

"The increase in amortisation of player registrations reflects the additions of Jelavic, Weiss and Beattie to the squad, whilst the gain on disposal of player registrations of £3.7m includes Wilson and Thomson compared to the lower gains for Ferguson and Adam in the prior year."

 

Johnston also acknowledged the investigation by Her Majesty's Revenue and Customs over a tax issue relating to offshore payments to players and the Murray Group Management Limited Remuneration Trust.

 

"I would emphasise that no allegations have been made to suggest any illegal activity and tax vehicles of this type have been used by a number of companies throughout the country," he added.

 

"We continue to vigorously contest HMRC's challenge on the taxation treatment of the trust and, in doing so, continue to receive reassuring opinion from tax, accounting and legal specialists."

 

http://news.bbc.co.uk/sport1/hi/football/12932160.stm

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"While we appreciate the support of the Lloyds Banking Group through the Bank of Scotland in extending our credit arrangement and recognising the progress that has been made in developing a template for collaboration, certain provisions imposed on the club continue to compromise, in our opinion, management's ability to conduct its role with maximum efficiency," Johnston said in his statement.

 

So, even though the bank have allowed Rangers to extend their overdraft or at least the period of time they can have the overdraft so that they can continue to lose money as a club, the bank are still at fault for not giving the old cunt Smith more cash to spunk away on players?

 

Fuck right off you shower of wankers.

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Hope these fuckers go down.

 

I had one of their scum fans accuse me of breaking Durrant's ankle tonight.

 

Upon finding out I supported Aberdeen he attempted to shake my hand and said:

 

"ach no hard feelings, you only broke Durrant's ankle."

"eh? me personally?"

"well aye, yer all at it"

 

???

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Hope these fuckers go down.

 

I had one of their scum fans accuse me of breaking Durrant's ankle tonight.

 

Upon finding out I supported Aberdeen he attempted to shake my hand and said:

 

"ach no hard feelings, you only broke Durrant's ankle."

"eh? me personally?"

"well aye, yer all at it"

 

???

 

Should have said

 

"aye, well extremely hard feelings over McMaster, Snelders and Leighton."

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