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  1. I did consider Killie and Morton, but Killie have been up for decades and Morton haven't been seen since the mid 80s. It seems we pretty much agree that for the next 20 years the Jags will mostly be below United in the league. So enjoy it while you can.... On the bright side, you don't have ruddy faces and wear wax jackets. Although, that's just because you're all students.
  2. You can take the Tory bit out. The rest stands, including the ruddy faces.
  3. Two words - Nicholas Fairbairn.
  4. I'm able to look up at you in the league and down on your pishy wee Tory farmer welly boots ruddy faced wax jacket wearing club all at the same time.
  5. Meh, it won't last.
  6. I'll take you out when you've spent 52 years out of 54 in with the big boys, not before.
  7. Just that Thistle are that size of club that will generally bounce between levels 1 and 2 in Scotland. See also St Mirren, Dundee, Airdrie, Dunfermline, Falkirk and St Johnstone.
  8. Are you sure? The Jags must run out of luck sooner or later, surely?
  9. Ready for a play-off against United in May.
  10. Not at all. Never interrupt your enemy when they're making a mistake.
  11. Why don't Rangers try and live within their means rather than constantly looking for people to pump free money into their club? It's what everyone else has to do. United tried it with Eddie Thompson and it didn't work. Gretna, Motherwell, Dundee, Hearts, Rangers - Scottish football is littered with people throwing money at football clubs and it has never ended well. Those who do not remember the past are condemned to repeat it.
  12. I wasn't suggesting it was a sectarian term. Good knows I've used it enough myself and, if it were sectarian, I would be entitled, raised as i was, a Scottish Protestant (now renounced). i just tire of the endless, relentless bile around the whole subject. It's not like calling Aberdeen fans sheep shaggers, it's not a funny topic. Anyway, I'm boring myself now.
  13. I'm a Dundee United supporter. My contention is that by continuing to use words like "Huns" we are encouraging Rangers and their supporters to circle the wagons and driving them into a more extreme sectarian ghetto. Head-shaking and sighing is likely appropriate than laws and hostility, if we really want to see the back of this shite for the benefit of Scottish society.