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1 hour ago, shut up meg said:

I don't know about that, the midweek game where we sat in and watched Celtic play all around us and was 4-0 down at HT was pretty low point for me.

Let's agree there was many low points under McInnes haha.

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34 minutes ago, RAZOR said:

Let's agree there was many low points under McInnes haha.

Many high points to 

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1 hour ago, thurso said:

Many high points to 

Not in the latter half of his time here

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9 minutes ago, Andy_123 said:

Not in the latter half of his time here

I’d say only last quarter 

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15 hours ago, Roberto said:

Paul Coutts, currently playing in FA Cup for Bristol Rovers against Oxford U. 

Forgot he went there.

Weren’t we in for him once upon a time? Did he get a savage injury? Bristol Rovers ffs 

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1 hour ago, thurso said:

I’d say only last quarter 

Yes I’d agree, but a dangerous shade of shiteness in several key areas it has to be said.

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35 minutes ago, Poodler said:

Weren’t we in for him once upon a time? Did he get a savage injury? Bristol Rovers ffs 

We were.

He was set to come back (under Craig Brown) however once initial contact was made, the club never got back to him. Ended up turning out okay for him at the time.

Injuries have affected him though. Cracking player that he was like.

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Very harsh sacking, in his case I hope he has screwed them for his full 3 year contract 

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2 hours ago, KentishDon said:

Scott Booth - sacked by Birmingham Women’s 

Birmingham plunged into disarray in April this year when first-team players signed a formal letter of complaint to the board, citing a lack of support for them compared to that given to the men's team and prompting an FA investigation.

GTF!

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1 hour ago, Henry said:

Birmingham plunged into disarray in April this year when first-team players signed a formal letter of complaint to the board, citing a lack of support for them compared to that given to the men's team and prompting an FA investigation.

GTF!

I've just had a look at their attendances, they average less than 1000 fans per game.

Sometimes, you just have to accept that folk are not interested in your team.

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That's your wifies football though. Market forces don't apply to them for some reason. They want the same resources as the men, when they're generating a small fraction of the income. 

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Yep, at no point has Scottish football ever got the UK wide coverage that the  English women's game has received on the BBC lately.

Headlines on the website and news programmes and last weekend there was a few live games on over the weekend.

 

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19 hours ago, Henry said:

That's your wifies football though. Market forces don't apply to them for some reason. They want the same resources as the men, when they're generating a small fraction of the income. 

I’m sick of seeing wifeys fitba on telly, all you have to do is chip it high into the net and its a goal. Wouldn’t pay £1 a season for it yet we’re being bombarded with it

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Women's football is dreadful. It does not deserve the coverage it gets. What annoys me most about it at the moment is that the women's teams are now referred to as Scotland, arsenal or Chelsea for example, where as the men's teams are now referred to as Scotland men's team, arsenal's men's team and Chelsea mens team. I recently caught a bit of a womens champions league match, and honestly, I've watched pub league matches of higher standard. 

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They’re trying to latch onto the feeling why would you go and watch Stranraer Cowdenbeath when Qatar Utd FC are playing Red Bull Qatar FC on the tv.

Fuck knows.  But you do.  But that bizarre addiction still doesn’t extend to the wifies.  Not yet anyway.

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15 minutes ago, don corleone said:

Women's football is dreadful. It does not deserve the coverage it gets. What annoys me most about it at the moment is that the women's teams are now referred to as Scotland, arsenal or Chelsea for example, where as the men's teams are now referred to as Scotland men's team, arsenal's men's team and Chelsea mens team. I recently caught a bit of a womens champions league match, and honestly, I've watched pub league matches of higher standard. 

Said this on here before.  Still love female panelists sitting next to Viera or Keane or someone and say shit like “we know what it’s like.”

 

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22 hours ago, Henry said:

Birmingham plunged into disarray in April this year when first-team players signed a formal letter of complaint to the board, citing a lack of support for them compared to that given to the men's team and prompting an FA investigation.

GTF!

Syncing of periods with being in close contact to blame. The week after they were fine. 

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Brutal like.

He will live in my memory. Gave me some cracking euro trips.

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I have some sympathy for Jimmy, but didnt really want to be made aware of how much of a hun family they are.

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Horrific story. Once they start falling it only ever ends up one way.......with a broken hip and by that stage it's debatable whether they're fit enough for the surgery to fix it, even under spinal/epidural anaesthesia. Even if they are, they're totally unable to comply with the rehabilitation post-surgery. I'll be amazed if he's still with us this time next year.

Only bonus is that he will have completely forgotten that the club he supports no longer exists

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Really not nice to read that about Jimmy. Wasn't my favourite Dons manager but definitely some great memories with him. Bayern Munich at home especially. 
 

Wish him and his family all the best, really nasty disease. 

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