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  1. 5 points
    PhilK

    Brexit not going very good?

    Look across Europe and see the countries starting to unravel. Not just terrorism either. Recently a few hundred illegal African immigrants invaded a French tourist spot and demanded free housing, free this free that - which the French people themselves DON'T get nor ask for. But it's those making excuses for it even blaming the victims - who make damn sure those they defend are allowed nowhere near THEIR middle class estates. I used to happily call myself a socialist. That changed when I saw the ones dictating were no more "working class" than Theresa May. They were parasitic minorities. Entitled. Druggies. Expected OTHERS to pay for what they demanded and were purely oligarchic. Yes, the stinking undemocratic and openly FASCIST Remoaners keep shrieking its racism - they are still of the outdated "Say racist and you've won the argument" - no longer. The tidal wave of immigration's slow destruction of the NHS, council houses being taken away from our own people and given to people who shouldn't be here - etc etc etc - if it hadve come down to stay Brexit types would just have got on with it. Remoaners have thrown tantrums like a spoilt brat and kept delaying and delaying Brexit
  2. 3 points
    Harold

    Full kit wankers

    This dude was on the ferry to Cairnryan this morning apparently....and if you hit search google it comes up with 'Military Uniform'....couldny make it up....
  3. 3 points
    I look at him as a Great Briton........ His gender, sexual preference, colour shouldn't be into it....... But, we live in a shit hole country......
  4. 3 points
    Mr Magnificent

    CWC Final : England vs New Zealand

    Super over! Only nation on earth to be cricket, football and rugby world champs.
  5. 3 points
    Normski

    The Labour Party

  6. 3 points
    Bastion

    Wimbledon 2019

  7. 3 points
    This is why, Tats are a bad idea......
  8. 3 points
    Bastion

    The Twelfth

  9. 2 points
    Bastion

    That's All!

    Lifted £1500 few years back, it was split between myself and my Mum and Dad...... £500 each, wee Brucie. I know a guy (Well enough) who lift a cool £1m...... he got a new house, new car and lives very nicely......
  10. 2 points
    Normski

    The Labour Party

    The fucking irony
  11. 2 points
    My Mrs is one of them....
  12. 2 points
    Bastion

    Super Sunday

  13. 2 points
    sployal

    Things that piss you off.

    The Donald getting called a "racist" by a bunch of Democrat Bitches really pisses me off
  14. 2 points
    Harold

    Who could it be?

    heard he was a Chinese guy....
  15. 2 points
    Normski

    Going Down Memory Lane

    Maybe Golly bars will make a comeback
  16. 2 points
    Harold

    The Labour Party

    Sorry mate but it's not Jones. It's something I see Littlejohn using....in reference to Corbyn...'Oh Jeremy Corbyn' which was chanted at Glastonbury last year...sooooo, O J (wee hint at O J Simpson ye see) Apologies for any confusion. Cunts!!!!! Political involvement in that decision imo!
  17. 2 points
    Hairy Scot

    New James Bond

    Herr Eurodollar
  18. 2 points
    Hairy Scot

    New James Bond

    I remember once inadvertently walking in on my mother in law in the shower. Like a good cocktail; I was shaken but not stirred.
  19. 2 points
    Hairy Scot

    Rangers v Olympique Marseille

    For our older readers. Remember Alex Willoughby? Alex Willoughby, an Inside Right, was a great wee player from the 1960's, that is too often overlooked. He was born in Springburn Glasgow on 17th September 1944, and along with his cousin Jim Forrest, became a product of the famous Drumchapel Amateurs. Both boys went on to win Scottish schoolboy caps, before being signed by Rangers as 15 year olds. Willoughby made his debut (in place of Ian McMillan) towards the end of the 62-63 season in a 3-1 home League win v Queen of the South, three days after Rangers had secured the Double with that 3-0 easy easy Cup Final win v Celtic. The Line up that day Ritchie Shearer, Provan, Davis, McKinnon, Baxter, Henderson, Willoughby, Millar, Brand and Wilson. Willoughby kept his place in the side the following week as Rangers traveled across the city to Shawfield and registered a 3-1 win v Clyde,with the impressive 18 year old Willoughby scoring twice. The following season (63-64) as Rangers marched to the Treble, saw Willoughby restricted to only 8 appearances. His return of 4 goals indicated much promise. He made his European Cup debut in front of 80,000 fans at the Bernabeu' when he was surprisingly selected for the away leg v Real Madrid. His only highlight of that evening was when the great Ferenc Puskas, who scored a hat trick that night, handed his number 10 shirt to the teenager, at the end of the match. Willoughby collected his first winners medal in October 63', when Rangers beat Morton 5-0 in the League Cup Final before a crowd of 105,907. In what was known as the family final, Willoughby scored one, with his cousin Jim Forrest banging in the other four. (all goals scored in the second half). Despite Rangers struggles in the 64-65 season, Willoughby was afforded only 5 appearances. In only his second appearance that season on April 3rd, Rangers hammered Falkirk 6-1 at Ibrox with Forrest scoring 4 again, and Willoughby scoring the other 2. The 65-66 season saw Willoughby establish himself in the Inside Right position, as he registered 34 appearances in all competitions, with a return of 12 goals. Highlights from that season included scoring both goals at Easter Rd in a 2-1 win v Hibs in Oct, scoring the only goal in a tight Scottish Cup Quarter Final match v St Johnstone, and scoring the winner at Pittodrie in a 2-1 win v Aberdeen when Rangers came back from 0-1 down, in Apr. Even with such an impressive goalscoring record for an Inside Forward, of 20 goals in 50 appearances in the past four seasons,the 66-67 season looked to be the end of the road for Willoughby. Five months and 36 games into the season, and Willoughby had not been selected to start in any of them, and had been given only one brief appearance as a substitute. Then came Berwick. Both strikers, Jim Forrest and George McLean were never to play for Rangers again. Alex Smith who had scored 19 goals in 35 games as an Inside Right was moved to Centre Forward, and Alex Willoughby was back in the team at Inside Right. Willoughby's impact was nothing short of incredible. His first start of the season, and he scores a Hat Trick in a 5-1 win v Hearts at Ibrox. Four days later, and he secures back to back Hat Tricks in a 5-1 win v Clyde at Shawfield. (Clyde finished 3rd in the League that season). The following Saturday Rangers travel to Kilmarnock (Russian Prime Minister Alexei Kosygin attended this match). Kilmarnock were no mugs either back then, they would go all the way to the Semi Finals of the Fairs Cup that season. In a tightly fought contest, Rangers took the lead in 55 mins through Davy Wilson, only for Kilmarnock to equalise 17 mins later, It was then left up to Alex Willoughby to round off a superb week, by scoring the winner to give Rangers both points. His next game was his first European appearance of the season, against Real Zaragossa from Spain, and again he scored one in an impressive 2-0 win at Ibrox. Back to the Scottish League four days later, and this phenomenal scoring continues, as Willoughby scores FOUR in a 5-1 rout at Motherwell. This takes his tally to 12 goals in 5 games Two goals in a 4-1 win at Ayr United, are followed up with a wonderful diving header to secure the winner in a 4-3 win v St Johnstone at Ibrox, that keeps us within 2 points of Celtic. The following week with Celtic playing in the Cup, Rangers have the chance to draw level on points with a home League game v Dunfermline. Unfortunately, Willoughby did not play in this game, and Rangers who had dropped only 1 point all season long at Ibrox, lose 0-1 at home to Dunfermline. Three days later, Rangers sign inside right Andy Penman from Dundee, though he is ineligible for the rest of the season. The following Saturday, Rangers travel to Stirling Albion, and Willoughby, back in the side, scores the winner. No game the following week as Scotland travel to Wembley to record a 3-2 win against the World Champions. Rangers resume League play the following Saturday with a disappointing 1-1 draw at home to Clyde. The following Saturday see Rangers travel to Dundee, whilst Celtic are winning their second Cup of the season with a 2-0 win v Aberdeen in the Scottish Cup Final. Rangers who trail Dundee by a goal, are thrown a Championship lifeline yet again by Alex Willoughby who scores an invaluable equaliser. Four days later, Rangers secure their place in the European Cup Winners Cup Final, as Celtic drop 2 points at home in a shock 2-3 loss to Dundee Utd, in the League The situation is now thus. Both Glasgow giants will contest in Europe's two big Finals. Rangers on 54 points from 33 games will play Celtic (on 55 points from 32 games) at Ibrox in their final League game of the season. This is a must win game for Rangers if they are to win the Championship. Incredibly so, Alex Willoughby, who has scored 17 goals in 14 games is DROPPED for Rangers two most important games of the season, and is replaced by a defender of sorts (Roger Hynd), who has made not one start all season long (Rangers fail to win either game). Despite such an incredible humiliation (which must be second only to his cousin's binning after Berwick), Willoughby stayed at Rangers. With four new signings, Willoughby got nowhere near the first team in the first 11 games of the season (67-68). In the middle of October, with Henderson out with a fractured jaw, Persson was moved to outside right and Symon recalled Willoughby to the side, at inside left. Willoughby played in Symon's last three games, before he was fired. When White took over on Nov 1st, he dropped Willoughby for his first three games, but installed him in his next game, a table top clash at home to Hibs. This was an ill tempered affair that saw Alex Ferguson and Colin Stein (Hibs) sent off for fighting. As Rangers hung on to a 1-0 lead (Greig pen 34 mins), it was Alex Willoughby who secured the points with a second goal five minutes from the end. Willoughby made 20 starts (3 sub) for White that season scoring 10 goals. His most important goal came at Kilmarnock in the penultimate League game of the season, when he came off the bench to score the winner. This kept White's unbeaten League record at 22 wins and 3 draws in 25 games. Willoughby made only 4 appearances (3 starts 1 sub) in the 68-69 season. His final appearance in a Rangers shirt oddly enough was with a No 7 on the back. It was also Alex MacDonald's debut, having been signed four days earlier. Nov 23rd 1968, Clyde 1-1 Rangers (Stein) Martin, Johansen, Mathieson, Greig, McKinnon, D.Smith, Willoughby, MacDonald, Stein, Johnston, Persson. Only McKinnon (and Henderson who was injured) remained from the team he made his debut in five and a half years earlier. Willoughby was transferred to Aberdeen in the summer of 69' for £25,000 to rejoin his cousin Jim Forrest. Alex Willoughby was at Ibrox for virtually the entire decade that was the Sixties, and yet he played in fewer than 100 games. This famous quote (taken from Rangers Media) that I was previously unaware of, does show an incredible level of loyalty that we would never see in today's game, and is one of those stories etched into Ibrox folklore. Alex Willoughby explaining to an astonished press pack why he had rejected a glamour move to English giants Manchester United – “they can’t give me the blue shirt of the Rangers” His record of 47 Goals scored in 95 Games (90 starts, 5 subs) is still very impressive for an Inside Forward.
  20. 2 points
    Normski

    The NEWS Today

    Mr Magnificent did say he was going out last night after having 10 wanks
  21. 2 points
    CHAMPIONS OF THE WORLD ENGLAND!!!!!!!!
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  23. 2 points
    Normski

    Wimbledon 2019

    I am team Federer today
  24. 2 points
    Mr Magnificent

    Super Sunday

    Hark at Professor Google!
  25. 2 points
    A little boy arrives home to find his mum and dad having sex on the sofa. Dad says, "Don't worry, son I'm just filling mummy with petrol." Son replies, "She doesn't do many miles to the gallon does she dad? Uncle Ernie only filled her up this morning and he used a bigger nozzle!"
  26. 2 points
    Normski

    The Cover Up of Child Sex Abuse

    I've said this for years,needs to happen in UK👇👇
  27. 2 points
    Normski

    Random Videos

  28. 2 points
    Harold

    Wimbledon 2019

  29. 2 points
    jezza

    Wimbledon 2019

    Hope Serena Williams loses
  30. 2 points
    Normski

    Doing a bit of gardening

    Lady garden?
  31. 2 points
    Harold

    Random Videos

    a kind of 'cherry on the cake' ending....
  32. 2 points
    Normski

    The Drinking Thread

    Is this you on your ship?
  33. 2 points
    Bastion

    Random Videos

    Was kind of hoping a bus would Finish him...
  34. 2 points
    Normski

    Brexit not going very good?

    Has Leo finally opened his eyes?
  35. 2 points
    Hairy Scot

    The Drinking Thread

    I went to see an analyst. Very disappointed. All he wanted to do was talk.
  36. 2 points
    Bastion

    The Daily track

    Not on this day Hairy.......
  37. 1 point
  38. 1 point
    Harold

    The Gender Thread

    This fucking weirdo was a burd who wanted to be a man ? He changed (?) sex to be a man but wanted a baby (men cannot give birth) which he had (only females can give birth irrespective of what any cunt says) and no doubt the poor wee sod emerged via the womb and vagina (which women have & men do not) but the weirdo maintains he wants to be registered as the child's father ? Where the fuck do these cunts emerge from ? Loopylooville ? The reason,imo, that this sad state of affairs has got to this position is because for so long the authorities have listened to, been conned by, accepted without argument that these minorities have a legitimate claim (Don't forget the Human Rights Act introduced in this country in 1998 by Bliar and which has been seriously & serially abused and allowed to be abused but the European Court of Human Rights) and have pathetically failed to challenged this perversion of the law! No doubt there will be an outrage regards the judge's deliberation by the trans/snowflakes....Hey, dry your fucking eyes and get on with it like the rest of us have to!
  39. 1 point
    Harold

    Do you believe in ghost's?

    Is Simon Dean a fucking crack addict ?
  40. 1 point
    Bastion

    Brexit not going very good?

    It's fucking shameful, like something from a third world dictatorship....... Over here we fight over being British or Irish..... We'll be neither in 20 years.....
  41. 1 point
  42. 1 point
    None, without any policies...... So give us an idea what the big picture would be? Also, sounds a bit too Commi
  43. 1 point
    Cos we live in a shit hole country.......
  44. 1 point
    Makdee

    Rangers v Olympique Marseille

    Yes it is mate
  45. 1 point
    Harold

    Immigration

    you're taking this too far...........
  46. 1 point
    Normski

    Brexit not going very good?

    Get the fraud out ta fuck
  47. 1 point
    Hairy Scot

    Wimbledon 2019

    Haven't managed to see much of this years tournament, but from what I have seen it's evident that nothing has been done about the grunters. Will they ever eliminate that annoying habit?
  48. 1 point
    Harold

    Wimbledon 2019

    I'll probably be in ma kip..... Advantage Bastionnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnn......
  49. 1 point
    A man walks into the doctors with a piece of lettuce hanging out of his anus. The doctor takes a look and says "God, looks like you've got a problem there." The patient replies "That's just the tip of the iceberg!"
  50. 1 point
    Harold

    CWC: Australia vs England

    permitted.....
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