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Ibrox Stand Was Called The Derry

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There is no association.

The Derry will always be the Derry until it's flattened and replaced by the Barry Smith Stand.

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There is no association.

The Derry will always be the Derry until it's flattened and replaced by the Barry Smith Stand.

We should try and sign Billy King from Hearts and rename it after him.

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We should try and sign Billy King from Hearts and rename it after him.

Ha ha.. If he ever signed for Sevco no doubt they'd have a suite at Ibroke named after him in super quick time!

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Should have sent it back, it didn't fit all the way up the terrace.

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We should try and sign Billy King from Hearts and rename it after him.

Had to do a double take when he scored at the weekend.

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Had to do a double take when he scored at the weekend.

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Jesus, King Billy and Ali all on the same pitch.....in Hamilton, of all places.....there's got to be a good joke in there, surely? :rolleyes:

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Thought this topic would be on about page 5 by this morning.

Very glad to see our fans can't be bothered debating for the millionth time on the internet over the last 15 years what "some" fans have called the South Enclosure for over 45 years now.

It's an unofficial nickname and is approaching half a century of it being referred to as that by "some" fans.

If you don't like it, refer to it as the South Enclosure. Plenty do.

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There is nothing religious about the Derry, people should stop trying to connect it with anything other than its nickname,

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There is nothing religious about the Derry, people should stop trying to connect it with anything other than its nickname,

Quick question... (and not meaning to be contentious). but...

If it *isn't* 'anything religious'... where does it come from?

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Quick question... (and not meaning to be contentious). but...

If it *isn't* 'anything religious'... where does it come from?

Better to leave this one alone m8 :)

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There is nothing religious about the Derry, people should stop trying to connect it with anything other than its nickname,

Yes there is, Dundee were/are predominately a Protestant club. Nothing to be ashamed of.

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Yes there is, Dundee were/are predominately a Protestant club. Nothing to be ashamed of.

I'd drop the *are* from that one Rivers...

Were - without doubt...

Now -  no longer the case...

As the old song goes... "those days are past now...."  :)

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Better to leave this one alone m8 :)

Ohh I'm SURE people can have a genuine, respectful debate about this....

:)

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Only one club in Dundee founded on religious lines and it ain't Dundee.

Dfc are as protestant as the pope.

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