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What an enjoyable last hour of the game - and great to see the underdogs come out on top in the penalties -
We may moan at times, but the Rangers fans must be feeling really hacked off now Out of the League Cup and being stuffed by Celtic in the league.

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Good!
Celtic all the way.
Hibs keeper played well.

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Indeed. My heart bleeds for poor old Rangers. <img src="/images/graemlins/smile.gif" alt="" />

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feenien b*stards

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The term Fenian, as I understood it, described anyone who opposed a British presence in Ireland...

Quite what this has to do with Rangers Football Club and their traditionally Protestant leanings, I have absolutely no idea...and neither it seems do you!




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feenien b*stards



Squawky, of your 100-plus posts and countless ramblings on the Shout Box, I'd say of those a quite remarkable 0.0001% had anything meaningful to impart.

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That's a bit harsh.....I'm sure 'none' might have been more appropriate!

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I sure that there was a sensible word in one of the posts.

Not sure where though.

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The term Fenian, as I understood it, described anyone who opposed a British presence in Ireland...

Quite what this has to do with Rangers Football Club and their traditionally Protestant leanings, I have absolutely no idea...and neither it seems do you!





well that would be where u are wrong.spent any time in scotland?
pals of mine fer kilmarnock,rangers supporters, and proddys,inform me that they use it as a cuss to anyone or anything to do with celtic.
so i was messing around abusing you celtic lovers.
I myself have no preference as I think all scottish footy is dire

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Abusing you Celtic lovers?

Where are they on here anyway?

How old are you as I have a 6 year old daughter who makes more sense than you seem to.

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pals of mine fer kilmarnock,rangers supporters, and proddys,inform me



Pals of yours? They must be right, then, eh...?

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the early posts....<img src="/images/graemlins/yeahthat.gif" alt="" />
idon't care,was only messing around,didn't know you old boys were so uptight.


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I take back what I said about my daughter as she informs me that football is 'rubbish' and 'boring'.

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lol

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the early posts....<img src="/images/graemlins/yeahthat.gif" alt="" />
idon't care,was only messing around,didn't know you old boys were so uptight.


.....and less of the 'old'.....can't speak for the others but I'll only be 30 in April!

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Fleet Fanatic siad:.....and less of the 'old'.....can't speak for the others but I'll only be 30 in April!
Children should be seen and not heard <img src="/images/graemlins/Rofl.gif" alt="" />

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oh,sorry.
you have to admit though,that is going on,reaching the end of your youth and all that.
next stop, sportscars and cosmetic surgery!!


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I take back what I said about my daughter as she informs me that football is 'rubbish' and 'boring'.


you having trouble converting her to the joys of stonebridge road,maybe a fleet burger could tempt her!

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I brought her to one game this season - maybe the performance that day imposed the impression on her!

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oh i see,what was the game?
was it forest green at home?




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