Levein sacked

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  1. eric cartman

    eric cartman Well-Known Member

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    Thank goodness, we might not be brilliant but we weren't as bad as levein's results made us look. Step up Mr Strachan, the obvious/only choice.
     
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  2. Kim Jong Il

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    Recall big eck.
     
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  3. eric cartman

    eric cartman Well-Known Member

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    He had his chance, but will strachan take it? Remember he went for the job before as was overlooked for levein. <doh>

    Time for a man who will stand up to the SFA. No more yes men.
     
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  4. Mind The Duck

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    As long as the new guy doesn't pick Celtic players I'm happy
     
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  5. Hoopster67

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    Billy Stark caretaker for the next game.
     
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  6. DevAdvocate

    DevAdvocate Gigging bassist

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    Thank **** for that, a quick end to a thing that was dying a slow death. I'm surprised the SFA actually did what was required so hats off to them for once having a set of balls. Now they should do the right thing and appoint Strachan if they can get him, failing that I would not be totally averse to big Eck being given another shot, hopefully this time if he is successful he will not dash off to where the streets are paved with gold and the grass is always greener. Hopefully he's learned his lesson.

    Levein's gone so let's get the new guy in quick, whoever it is.
     
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  7. Admiral Pure

    Admiral Pure Well-Known Member

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    I can't help but think if Rangers hadn't been "relegated" Levein would've done a better job.
     
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  8. Moses

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    Brian Clough maybe?
     
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  9. DevAdvocate

    DevAdvocate Gigging bassist

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    It's the The Rangers effect. It's a sad fact of life i'm afraid, I heard that Milton Cat and Dog home had to put extra dogs down because there is no Rangers in the SPL.
     
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  10. ManDingo 20"/20"

    ManDingo 20"/20" MDMA Guru

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    No, actually its the SFA effect.

    All them ****s need sacked, I don't know who Peat thinks he is criticizing the current SFA lot he was a ****ing loose cannon himself.

    Our football association is a ****ing joke, we are worse than the English and that's saying something.
     
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  11. Mind The Duck

    Mind The Duck Well-Known Member

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    Glad the Sevconians finally agree that the SFA are corrupt, although they use instances of the SFA helping Rangers and Sevco as somehow not helping Rangers and Sevco...?

    But hey, the ends justify the mean.
     
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  12. Super hooper

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    The three amigos Regan Campbell Og and Doncaster need to be put down, liquidated like their evil club Rangers. Until that
    happens we can have no confidence in Scottish Football. Our corrupt trio are just waiting the opportunity to slip the most
    corrupt club ever back into top flight football. Football in Scotland cannot develop or move on until that threat is lifted. It
    isn't fair on the decent people who attend football on a regular basis ( except the Sevco support, as none of them have shown
    remorse ) have to try to enjoy their sport with the Sevco sword hanging over their head.
     
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  13. Super hooper

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    At least the Scottish team ha the wit and sense when they had their useless manager on the run they continued to lose matches.
    The stupid ROI, only went out and won 4 to 1. Now Trap won't go and FAI cannot afford to sack him.
    Just a thought would Scotland like a nice old Italian that was a good manager one time and maybe Scotland could take Trap off
    our hands. It would be better than having to employ any one who had anything to do with Celtic.
     
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  14. harryhood67

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    Why are sky only interviewing Huns on their thoughts on the Scotland job ?? So far today we've had George Peat ( aye him ) , Alan Maclaren , Alex Mccleish and Stuart McCall
     
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  15. eric cartman

    eric cartman Well-Known Member

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    McCoist is getting it.
     
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  16. DevAdvocate

    DevAdvocate Gigging bassist

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    I do agree they are not fit for purpose and should be dismantled from the top down and a more modern system installed.
     
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  17. EspaniaCelt

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    <laugh>

    Was Hurricane Sandy also a direct result of their absence?
     
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  18. DevAdvocate

    DevAdvocate Gigging bassist

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    Seriously? It probably was, and the floods in Lourdes recently, all down to the "The Rangers effect". It's the new Global Warming, a deep depression has set in over Govan way, and an angry undercurrent of misplaced anger is affecting all points of the compass.

    Long range forecast sees more misery and denial, and further lashings of ridicule.
     
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  19. EspaniaCelt

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    :emoticon-0137-clapp
     
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