huns in seville

tictastic

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On 2 Saturday then, if your in Glasgow on Saturday beware of the hun backlash, they will be back in familiar territory and looking to exact revenge for losing and getting beat up, their feelings of superiority have had a blow and must be satisfied, take care folks, it could be messy, the same goes for most of the areas that they frequently use, as the night goes on the worse they will be become, win or Lose, it will be worse if they win though.

Take care and stay out of their sight, you know it makes sense.

H.H
Totally agree, an animal is most dangerous if cornered and wounded.
 

bhoy4life

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Of course a high boot straight to the head was undeserving of a red card. As I said, if he hadn't have ducked slightly his face would have been smashed up very badly.

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Seems to be a recurring theme this boots to the head at head height…maybe a sign of the lenience they experience at SPL level….ie they get away wi absolutely fucking anything
 

Bridie Bhoy

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Does anyone else think that it is bizarre that UEFA instruct their referees to have two coin tosses before the penalty shoot-out? Surely there should only have been one and the winner gets to choose either the end they take place at or whether to go first or second - especially in a neutral venue where one set of fans is behind one goal and the other set are behind the other.

Both of these options carry very large advantages (the team going first is 50% more likely to win and the very obvious advantage of having a horde of very hostile fans trying to put you off). OFFC received both of these benefits and still failed - can you imagine the media outcry at how unfair it was if Frankfurt won both and beat sevco?

Ah well, fortunately it didn't matter for this game but surely the authorities should at least try to make these "lotteries" (they aren't really) as fair as possible.
 

Brimcbhoy

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Who remembers when the Americans did away with penalties to decide a game?
They had a bizarre play where it was attacker v goalie. The attacker started from the centre circle and dribbled towards the keeper and could shoot when he liked. I forget what they called it.
It was in the 70's, the yanks don't like draws.
 

John nó

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Who remembers when the Americans did away with penalties to decide a game?
They had a bizarre play where it was attacker v goalie. The attacker started from the centre circle and dribbled towards the keeper and could shoot when he liked. I forget what they called it.
It was in the 70's, the yanks don't like draws.
I do brim and thought at the beginning that it might have caught on but it ended up becoming totally farcical in the end.
Can't ever seeing a better resolution than pens now.
 

Sandman

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Who remembers when the Americans did away with penalties to decide a game?
They had a bizarre play where it was attacker v goalie. The attacker started from the centre circle and dribbled towards the keeper and could shoot when he liked. I forget what they called it.
It was in the 70's, the yanks don't like draws.
Yeah, they started that when Pele was at the New York Cosmos. Thought they were 'improving' the game.
Was playing in a primary school game around then when they tried it for us over here - one of our boys took it to the corner flag instead of going direct, waited for the goalie to run over to him, went round him leaving him on his arse, and when he got to the goal line did the classic down-on-yer-knees-to-head-it-into-the-net.
Hysterical, and then it turned into a full-on scrap because their goalie was in tears, we were 'cheating fenians' and it all fell apart. Idea was abandoned at that level soon after... Still can't remember if we got the win or not.
 

Cairnsybhoy79

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Now they think the big boy bassey is on his way to being world class as always the majority want tierney money at a minimum(🤣still kills them25m)
Who remembers when the Americans did away with penalties to decide a game?
They had a bizarre play where it was attacker v goalie. The attacker started from the centre circle and dribbled towards the keeper and could shoot when he liked. I forget what they called it.
It was in the 70's, the yanks don't like draws.
Aye i remember big alexi lalas starting from the halfway line was mental 🤣
 

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