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Barfly

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Barfly last won the day on 29 May

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  1. And Doncaster may be incentivised by his contract to urge approval of the financial package? Am I reading this correctly that the pretence of PoundAid not being linked to Hearts survival has been dropped?
  2. A Wester Hailes location would age anyone before their time. No paper rounds there, too many snipers waiting to gun you down from the multis. It's a Leith overspill from slum clearances but doubt there are many Cabbage & Ribs out there nowadays. But I ain't Wester Hailes bud.πŸ™‚
  3. I'm only 16 years young. And well educated thank you.πŸ˜„
  4. If only. Wee teams don't count in the eyes of the SPFL. Apparently. Scottish Cup is run by SFA.
  5. Need more people like you Barkblue. The SPFL is shameless. Money is the only consideration. I sometimes think by merely shrugging our shoulders maybe we're part of the problem? I love football but my thoughts are similar to those expressed by you.
  6. Now you're talking comrade.πŸ™‚
  7. Forgive me Chomp. Our first minor difference of opinion.πŸ₯ΊπŸ˜„ Respect your view bud. Don't think anyone is opposed to expansion and, believe it or not, I personally have no issue with Hearts being part of that solution if it's achieved in proximity to being ethical. Unfortunately, the sudden emergence of a 'philanthropist' who is heavily connected financially to that club offering financial aid to all and sundry coinciding with yet another bid and imminent vote to expand the top flight (to save the Jam Tarts) looks, smells and tastes like a bribe. For me, if this latest survival plan succeeds, it's official. The rich and powerful can, quite overtly, buy what they want. Clubs like Dundee, with little or no influence, will forever be left behind to paddle in a cesspit of corruption. Is this what we really want?
  8. Perhaps Tim Keyes could offer financial aid to rival clubs next season to cover their losses. Purely as a gesture of philanthropy of course, no conditions attached, and completely in line with the values of our great club. What's not to like? πŸ™‚
  9. Five years is an improvement on two but we don't know all the detail. It's the amendment I was anticipating. The statement suggests to me that there is a sudden desperation to increase numbers to 14 in the Premier League. I would guess that Mr Anderson's generous offer of financial assistance is linked to Hearts retaining their place in the top flight after all? Now it's Doncaster pushing the narrative instead of Hearts. How odd.😍 I think this latest plan might be sufficiently persuasive for dissenting clubs and if it goes forward so be it. Money talks. Still rancid though.πŸ˜–
  10. Club captain and midfield general from early eighties. Cammy Fire-Raiser.
  11. Conjoined? One outcome dependent on the other? The suspense is killing me. Budge has yet to activate the honey traps which will be her next cunning plan to persuade dissenters to see the light.πŸ˜„
  12. One who got away. Burnt Schuster applied for manager's job in 2000.
  13. Ian Flaming. Played for Dees early eighties.
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