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scottcross

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In Topic: Irish Thinking They Will Have A Massive Support At Parkhead

22 October 2014 - 02:21 PM

 

I think it comes from the Niall Quinn connection and the fact that they were owned by an Irish consortium for years. In saying that, very very few people would support them.

Quinny saved Shelbourne going bust several years ago by sending a team over at short notice for a friendly.knowing our travelling support would boost the clubs bank account. :ok:


In Topic: Pies At Football

19 October 2014 - 07:41 PM

What ever pie you eat at a game never eat a PUKKA PIE even if you have never eaten for a couple of days,PUKKA pies the official sponser of that shitey Wednesday band who get paid to follow England at home and away.Every pie you buy you are contributing to there travels. 


In Topic: Memories Of Your First Scotland Game

18 October 2014 - 10:30 PM

 

Got the match ticket somewhere. You could be right. So I was ten, cheers.

 

Got the match ticket somewhere. You could be right. So I was ten, cheers.

 

Got the match ticket somewhere. You could be right. So I was ten, cheers.

 

1985 played on the saturday double header game WC qualifier v Iceland away on the tuesday day before the scousers ran riot in Belgium the day after. 


In Topic: 4 Years Ago Today....

08 October 2014 - 11:51 AM

Trip that right up to the kick off had been one of my favorites in years, yet totally spoiled by the game :mad:

 

Night before in the beer hall was one of the best TA nights I have had ever! There was a load of Germans in, and one was the exact double of Matt Damon, so had the whole place up singing "One Matt Damon" at this German guy, and the total blank look on his face was priceless, though his friends all got it.

 

Remember before the game we met Jamie Mackies entire family (spoke with his dad for about 20 minutes on AFC Wimbledon and Kilmarnock).

 

After the game we just went back to the beer hall, and slowly aftera few hours started to enjoy ourselves again and spend the night singing cheesy karaoke and 1980's kids tv jingles.

 

The Dukla Prague game the next day is up there with one of my top 5 TA moments while on tour  :ok:

Aye you in the cage with the Dukla casuals.Train journey out and return was unreal.Went to the Zitkov game on the sunday morning 10-30 ko :shocked:  away team support was a grand total of 5 huddled together on the open away end.


In Topic: Pre Match

07 October 2014 - 04:25 PM

Not one for hunting out Irish bars when following Scotland, but the one in Graz was superb.  :ok:

Arrived late that night and every one was steaming :yikes3: .Had a lot of catching up to do to get in the same state. :o