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Posted by eeps on 16 February 2019 - 10:55 PM
Said before Christmas that if he did not committe his future to Aberdeen by the close of the January transfer window he should be stripped of the captaincy.
A number of people disagreed for various reasons. Nothing has happened to make me change my mind.
Remove the captaincy now.
How is that going to help the team now?
Posted by eeps on 16 February 2019 - 08:07 PM
Some fans will steadfastly jump to protect any & all players just because they wear the strip.
Others will judge players on their abilities in general (& without bias for or against). Whether that be from game to game &/or overall over a season etc.
I know which group I fall in for the most part & I am happier to be in that non blinkered side
Well I'm not such a fan. What I've seen of the team this year is that we've been very good at times but vulnerable to injuries. McInnes has made characteristic errors in big games such as last hun game but has improved generally in how we've set up in those. We have not replaced McLean and the re-introduction of Stewart has upset a certain balance we had. I understand why he was brought back, he's a good player. Your complaint is that we're not signing big (unnamed) players and seems completely vacuous and unrealistic.
Posted by eeps on 16 February 2019 - 07:49 PM
Posted by eeps on 16 February 2019 - 06:53 PM
Shite you speaking now?
I have never slated either of them. Quite the opposite in fact.
I maybe began to lose faith that Cosgrove would start scoring sometime but still I liked him as a player & what he brought the side.
Shinnie is the only player I really have any gripes with as he isn't worth the wage for what he brings. He's a very limited footballer but his erratic tackling makes up for this for some.
May I have had a go about also, as he's been another waste of wages/transfer fee overall.
People don't like it when you point out things like this. Mostly because they have no real argument against the points.
You're a quiet wee mouse when we're winning, couple of bad results and you're everywhere blah, blah, blah with your wisdom.
Posted by eeps on 15 February 2019 - 09:59 PM
I want a no deal Brexit just to see what would happen, all smells the millennium bug to me, lot of panic and fuck all happened, think it would be the same. The World will still turn and nothing would change is my prediction, fuck the EU, we don't need frog eating cunts taking a chunk out of Great Britain, they'll collapse when we leave.
I think you're right
Posted by eeps on 10 February 2019 - 07:06 PM
He was thick and brought the reds on himself
No, you're wrong as his post Aberdeen career proves.
Posted by eeps on 10 February 2019 - 06:36 PM
A hefty amount of the Dons support also
You're a right wee closet snowflake min. The boy is a fud but Islam is also a horror show.
Posted by eeps on 10 February 2019 - 05:19 PM
Posted by eeps on 06 February 2019 - 10:28 PM
She has been the epitome of controlled opposition for quite some time now. She throws the happy clappers a bone once in a while, but in reality has done fuck all to advance the party's case for independence. At best, she's pinned her hopes on Brexit being a disaster (a passive approach, which instils no confidence, when she relies on outside circumstances) and at worst, painted herself into a corner by making such a song and dance in the media about forcing a second vote over Brexit, but doing little else (the grassroots movement is ready, but growing more anxious and impatient by the day).
I called it long ago and will stand by it - I say she's pinning her hopes on backing out of a second vote (hence the energy being spent on "stopping Brexit", or blaming it's uncertainty on lack of decision on timeframe) and scraping through the 2021 election as a minority government. Let's face it, that would be the most likely outcome, as grassroots and diehards alike punish her at the ballot box for not "using the mandate" but with the opposition being so weak, she scrapes over the line at 2007 levels. That would see her remain FM for another 5 years, with no mandate (or pressure!) to go for independence and plenty time to push her virtue signalling and social marxist agenda instead.
Christ, you're absolutely right. Doubt Sturgeon really wants independence, she presumably realises it would be catastrophic.
Posted by eeps on 06 February 2019 - 04:05 PM
I am having a go for him being a theist. Having an imaginary friend is not exclusive to Catholicism.
No his views on abortion and homosexuality are consistent with being a practicing Catholic.