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  1. why would geoff pay for tickets for youngsters from poorer areas of huddersfield to go to old trafford.
  2. If Mr McInnes had got your team into a LCF and lost in extra time, lost the league by a solitary point and won the Scottish cup, would he be classed as a poor manager or a hero? As previously stated the initial post was about the unfortunate ball boy and not about any side issues. Threads get closed due to Bill &Ben and the likes taking them off track rather than either discuss or debate then in an adult fashion or ignore them. The truth is out there.
  3. Can you cut and paste for me anything ive said that would be in defence of bigotry. I'am against bigotry and before bill and ben got the other thread shut down I also said I'am against separate schools.
  4. Wheelie bins all over the place in the Hunters.
  5. The Kings Speech. Well worth the awards that it received.
  6. The above thread was about the poor unfortunate ballboy who was struck by a coin by some daftie in the crowd. Would you like to contribute to the thread or endeavour to get another thread closed down with your narrow minded bickering? Fitba Chat For all non-Saints related football talk.
  7. From all decent celtic fans worldwide A BRAVE ball boy has vowed to defy the thugs who pelted him with coins and landed him in hospital. Hearts fan Jack Waddell, 14, was targeted by rival fans during his team's clash with Celtic on May 11. He suffered concussion after yobs hurled 2p coins at him - just after Celtic manager Neil Lennon was assaulted by a Hearts fan. But Jack said: "I love helping Hearts and this won't stop me." Jack, of Loanhead, Midlothian, was covering the away end of the SPL match at Tynecastle as he was one of the Edinburgh club's most experienced ball boys. He added: "After the Celtic manager was attacked, the crowd went mental. They were shouting and jeering. "I was hit in the head. I looked down and saw a 2p lying next to me. Then another coin was lobbed and I was hit in the head again." Jack's mum Linda, 39, drove him to Edinburgh Royal Infirmary after he fell ill the next day. Tests showed he had sustained a brain injury but he has now fully recovered. A Hearts spokesman said last night: "A thorough investigation into events on that night is ongoing."
  8. Calm down dear, It's only a messageboard. :laugh::laugh:
  9. Sellik and The Glasgow Rangers? hmmmm maybe jamiebhoy has a point here.
  10. A question I would like to ask you. Why do you refer to celtic as just plain old celtic but you always give the other lot their full Sunday title of The Glasgow Rangers. Do you prefer Oranges to Grapes?