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    Cool, if it'd been in Wrexham I might have gone along to watch (they always advertise their upcoming games on a large billboard at the ground).

    Btw, have you seen Wrexham's Racecourse ground? It's pretty good for a non-league team:





    Better than that of some SPL teams! The pitch is always in great nick too, anytime I've been there

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    Decent second half performance from Scotland tonight.
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    Thumbs up Scotland 3 Kazakhstan 1

    Yup, good result and excellent second-half performance. John McGinn was outstanding, as was Ryan Christie.

    We're starting to see the best of Clarke now, and build a decent team. Remember we were far from at full strength tonight, and with the likes of Tierney, Robertson, McTominay and Snodgrass not playing, there's still plenty of room for improvement, particularly if we can get Leigh Griffiths back in a Scotland shirt [in a Celtic one first], before the playoffs in March!

    Pleased that Wales have now also qualified

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marco View Post
    Yup, good result and excellent second-half performance. John McGinn was outstanding, as was Ryan Christie.

    We're starting to see the best of Clarke now, and build a decent team. Remember we were far from at full strength tonight, and with the likes of Tierney, Robertson, McTominay and Snodgrass not playing, there's still plenty of room for improvement, particularly if we can get Leigh Griffiths back in a Scotland shirt [in a Celtic one first], before the playoffs in March!

    Pleased that Wales have now also qualified

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    Yes good that Wales have qualified, and hopefully there will be no call offs for Scotland in March.
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    Thumbs up SPL: Celtic 4 Livingston 0

    That'll do.... Apparently, Frimpong was superb yet again! And Griffiths made his comeback and played for 25 mins, so that's good news for us as we've been light up front. Edouard can't do it all on his own. Good news for Scotland, too!

    Now it's over to Rangers to pump Hamiliton tomorrow by six goals or more to go top!

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    Unlikely. Morelos is absent. Stuck in Columbia AFAIK.
    So we will have to fall back on our reserve striker. Hope he is up to it.. Defoe is his name
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    Stuck in Columbia... Drugs bust?

    Well, your reserve striker's apparently 'half decent'. so shouldn't be a problem!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marco View Post
    Stuck in Columbia... Drugs bust?

    Well, your reserve striker's apparently 'half decent'. so shouldn't be a problem!

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    Was a big strike and borders got closed
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    Good win for Norwich today - 0-2 at Everton. Lifts us off the bottom and get's us a bit closer to getting out of the relegation zone. Sounded like Everton were defending terribly, but we'll take our first away win of the season and the 3 points any way they come!
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    Chelsea played very well today - it's not often we see the opposition controlling the game for large periods at ours, but it happened today.
    An eventual 2-1 win to City doesn't tell you the half of it.
    It was an entertaining game.
    It was nice to see Frank Lampard acknowledging the home supporters at the end of the game - he made a great impression on us in his last Premier League season, and the respect and admiration goes both ways.

    The Premier League have made a right old fucking mess of VAR, and haven't got the grace to admit it.
    Sterling was denied a goal because his armpit was a couple of millimetres offside.
    You can't dream this shit up, and the depth of it gets deeper each week.
    Clear and obvious is the instruction, so they pull up for something the linesman wouldn't call on if he was in the absolute perfect position
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