Aberdeen v Dundee Utd

Discussion in 'Aberdeen' started by Psychosomatic, Jan 2, 2013.

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  2. Psychosomatic

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    Aye, but yous only got a crowd of 14,399 against St Johnstone on the 30th of October, 2012, ****o, so you’re hardly in a position to march in here with your Timmy gloating goggles on.

    Plus, in November 1996, a fox casually sauntered on to the Parkhead pitch, forcing a Celtic corner to be held up, before dashing back into the crowd. The incident is perhaps best remembered for the reaction of commentator and wildlife expert, Martin Tyler, who pondered "what is it, a fox?", as the Sky Sports cameras lingered on a close-up of the vulpine invader, in my opinion.

    So, yeah, sort your own house out, ya mhanky mhoron, before taking a pot shot at Aiberdeen.*


    In other news……

    No change in the attendance prediction leader board, although Johnny Rep made a valiant attempt.


    *I thought I’d signed in as my alter ego, Jock Sash. My bad.
     
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    Sheep are letting me down at the minute - I tipped Aberdeen to come 2nd to a few friends as well, so there is a bit of pride at stake. At least good old Celtic supporting Niall McGinn is giving me a bit of a thrill <ok>
     
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    Ach, there's plenty of time for Aberdeen to finish 2nd, Malty, you'll be grand. If Craig Brown can tweak a few things - like distribution from the defence, say, some more snap in the midfield and the unearthing of someone else capable of getting on the scoresheet - I reckon it would be well within our capabilities to restrict Celtic to nothing much more than a 30 point winning margin.

    Actually, local lad McGinn renounced Celtic in a recent tweet - and, I quote: "I renounce Celtic and all ties I once had with that soulless institution. I support Aberdeen now and probably, at least on some level, always did."

    Nice try, though.
     
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