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Hoora heed on me iday. Gads. Anyone know or hear of of any violence towards the huns yesterday? 

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4 minutes ago, Studebaker-90 said:

Hoora heed on me iday. Gads. Anyone know or hear of of any violence towards the huns yesterday? 

At least you've got tomorrow off though. 

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Word on the street the huns left the taps running in the away changing rooms and flooded it, anyone hear that?  at least they got use of showers the honking cunts

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Great game Aberdeen , keep it up and 3 rd spot is nailed.  Scott brown you are classic.  If only you were 5 years younger, and had another 5 years with the Dons.  Love to see him wind up the blue noses. 

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1 hour ago, minijc said:

Ojo is so frustrating, gets himself in to some incredible positions then fails to deliver the goods, that ball behind Ramirez was so bad.  Also a lot of slack passes and poor touches, Hedges was extremely bad for that too.

Would help if Glass swapped them around & actually played them on their favoured sides so when they put their final balls in they are actually doing so with their dominant feet. It’s crazy that he plays two such one footed players on their weaker sides in same damn line up. Shocking management of the team to make poor players even more useless 

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3 hours ago, King Street Loon said:

It's just lacking that bit of creation for us. Someone who can thread a ball to split open a defence.

I think you've got it bang on here.

We're a bit slow of thinking at times. Our players like to receive the ball, take a touch, and then think about who to pass it to. By that point the best opportunity/pass has actually disappeared because the opposition has had time to close the gap. That reduces our passing options so we end up playing square balls.

Since he's been mentioned a few times, one of the players who actually demonstrates some vision with his passing choices is JET. 

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Also got to say the booing of the knee from probably around 100' folk was really brutal. 
 

Can't take the moral high ground regarding their sectarianism and then pointlessly boo an anti racism stance. 
 

There is a strange, delusional right wing element in our support. Trump flags etc. Truly don't understand. 

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10 minutes ago, ConsiCanBoogie1903 said:

Also got to say the booing of the knee from probably around 100' folk was really brutal. 
 

Can't take the moral high ground regarding their sectarianism and then pointlessly boo an anti racism stance. 
 

There is a strange, delusional right wing element in our support. Trump flags etc. Truly don't understand. 

Agree. What an embarrassment

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Knee taking should have lasted a month at most to show a bit of solidarity as an anti racism effort.

But folk attend football matches to see football. And take the piss out of the opposition support

Just end it now fgs

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1 hour ago, DelMonte said:

Cant see Celtic not winning it. They are a much better team. 

You’re forgetting the Beaton/Madden/Dallas/McLean influence 

They'll see them home 

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5 minutes ago, Ten Caat said:

Knee taking should have lasted a month at most to show a bit of solidarity as an anti racism effort.

But folk attend football matches to see football. And take the piss out of the opposition support

Just end it now fgs

It probably has went on a bit long, and undoubtedly isn't doing much. 
 

But no need to boo it. 

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31 minutes ago, ConsiCanBoogie1903 said:

Yep. 
 

The red shed was a beautiful, angry, toxic place. 
 

Precisely how it should be, especially on match days such as that.  

 

32 minutes ago, ConsiCanBoogie1903 said:

Also got to say the booing of the knee from probably around 100' folk was really brutal. 
 

Can't take the moral high ground regarding their sectarianism and then pointlessly boo an anti racism stance. 
 

 

lol

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17 minutes ago, Ten Caat said:

Knee taking should have lasted a month at most to show a bit of solidarity as an anti racism effort.

But folk attend football matches to see football. And take the piss out of the opposition support

Just end it now fgs

I don't think it's the place of middle-aged white men ( @cheesepipes ) to tell young black men how long their anti-racism campaign should last. 
 

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37 minutes ago, ConsiCanBoogie1903 said:

Also got to say the booing of the knee from probably around 100' folk was really brutal. 
 

Can't take the moral high ground regarding their sectarianism and then pointlessly boo an anti racism stance. 
 

There is a strange, delusional right wing element in our support. Trump flags etc. Truly don't understand. 

Nothing right wing about it, it ran its course a long time ago.  Maybe they could do it once a year like pancake day?

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4 minutes ago, NEM said:

 

lol

Directing hatred towards the opposition team - fine. 
 

Directing it towards an anti racism message- bizarre. The least offensive part about them last night was taking the knee. 
 

It's like the Rangers fans singing about the Pope etc, what relevance does that have to being in Aberdeen on a Tuesday night? I'd rather they made up a ditty about Neale Cooper or something, it's actually relevant. 

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21 minutes ago, Ten Caat said:

Knee taking should have lasted a month at most to show a bit of solidarity as an anti racism effort.

But folk attend football matches to see football. And take the piss out of the opposition support

Just end it now fgs

Nonsense. Why does there need to be a timeframe on it? It's a sign of support (which takes 5 seconds before kick-off) for an ongoing issue within the game and around the world. 

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2 minutes ago, jamiesd said:

Nothing right wing about it, it ran its course a long time ago.  Maybe they could do it once a year like pancake day?

Ok, people can think it's pointless now. 
 

Booing it? why? 
 

 

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5 minutes ago, Parklife said:

I don't think it's the place of middle-aged white men ( @cheesepipes ) to tell young black men how long their anti-racism campaign should last. 
 

Of course it is because TC had the hardest childhood and now all the kids have iPhones or something and blah blah blah

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I prefer to direct my anger at huns. 
 

Not anti racism messages. 
 

My brain is doing that mad thing. Where I'm holding two thoughts in it, at the same time. 
 

I don't know what to do.

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3 minutes ago, ConsiCanBoogie1903 said:

Ok, people can think it's pointless now. 
 

Booing it? why? 
 

 

Cause its a game of footy not a fucking political debate.  Folk are no doubt thinking its a bit long in the tooth like Last of the Summer wine was

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4 minutes ago, jamiesd said:

Cause its a game of footy not a fucking political debate.  Folk are no doubt thinking its a bit long in the tooth like Last of the Summer wine was

"Shut up and dribble"

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5 minutes ago, jamiesd said:

Cause its a game of footy not a fucking political debate.  Folk are no doubt thinking its a bit long in the tooth like Last of the Summer wine was

But being anti racist should surely cross political divides? Unless you're suggesting certain political leanings make one more likely to be racist?

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9 minutes ago, ConsiCanBoogie1903 said:

Directing hatred towards the opposition team - fine. 
 

Directing it towards an anti racism message- bizarre. The least offensive part about them last night was taking the knee. 
 

It's like the Rangers fans singing about the Pope etc, what relevance does that have to being in Aberdeen on a Tuesday night? I'd rather they made up a ditty about Neale Cooper or something, it's actually relevant. 

Who put you in charge of deciding what's fine or not?

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6 minutes ago, DelMonte said:

Boring beyond belief. 

He's a bloody parody 😄

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2 minutes ago, Parklife said:

"Shut up and dribble"

Give us a kiss😘

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6 minutes ago, jamiesd said:

Cause its a game of footy not a fucking political debate.  Folk are no doubt thinking its a bit long in the tooth like Last of the Summer wine was

The fact it's being described as a "political debate" is definitely part of the problem

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2 minutes ago, ConsiCanBoogie1903 said:

But being anti racist should surely cross political divides? Unless you're suggesting certain political leanings make one more likely to be racist?

I agree.  But no need to do it every game nearly 16 month down the line. I think people have got the message. Anyone that hasn't is obviously not going to change now.  

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Never heard the booing given the ridiculous operation happening outside.

Would have been raging if I was at the back of that queue. Wouldn't be surprised if some folk missed first 15 mins. All to check a bit of paper which was probably a lot of shite. Mine was. Used my pals.

The anti vaxxers at the top of merkland road took a fair amount of abuse from some fans. Was a bit harsh but unsure how they could be arsed cause I'm sure the verbal bashing wasn't worth it.

Some fans were complete cunts to them. 

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5 minutes ago, ShinnieFGS said:

The fact it's being described as a "political debate" is definitely part of the problem

Personally applaud sportsmen doing it. My point is its went on to long now.   

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