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    Harold reacted to sployal in Book Titles   
    Hope Mags is correct, if so, i would say Hairy got the images the wrong way round but who gives a fuck, i even make speeling mistakes on the forum
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    Harold reacted to Makdee in First team squad update   
    He wasn’t 100% fit when he came mate he hadn’t been getting games at his old club. Lightweight I agree though he could take a hit and get on with it. Hopefully he will play at number 10 and get Kent wide. It would be good if Davis would agree to give number 10 up and let Hagi wear it same as his dad. Got to say a three year Deal with payments of 1 million a year It’s great bit of business 
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    Harold reacted to boro_boy in The Gardening Thread   
    hahah yeah fair one, probably would't be the best move!!
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    Harold got a reaction from Makdee in First team squad update   
    Mak, I liked bits of what I seen of him in the games I saw last season in which he was involved....my concern, and I hope Steven Gerrard works on this with him, but he was too lightweight at times for me. Obviously there is a bundle of talent there....hopefully this appears in abundance mate along with a bit of dig.
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    Harold reacted to Makdee in First team squad update   
    And Hagi is a done deal it was known last night but I didn’t want to say anything until the club confirmed 
     
     
    RANGERS can confirm that Ianis Hagi has agreed to join the club on a permanent, long term deal, with the Light Blues having negotiated their option to buy.
    Full Romanian International, Hagi, 21, featured for Rangers on 12 occasions, scoring three goals including a memorable brace in the Europa League v Braga to take Rangers to the last 16 as well as a winner against Hibernian. During his spell, Hagi was able to make a significant impact in front of the Ibrox faithful.
    Hagi has established himself as a senior international with 10 caps, having risen through the under age ranks of Romania. Twice nominated for the European Golden Boy, Hagi is seen as one of the most exciting young talents in European football. Hagi starred in the UEFA European Under-21 Championship, scoring against Croatia and England, helping Romania progress to the semi finals.
    Ianis quickly established himself as a fan favourite in his short loan spell at Ibrox. He will join up with Steven Gerrard’s squad when the team return for pre-season training ahead of finally completing the transfer when the summer window opens.
    Sporting Director, Ross Wilson, commented, “We are delighted that Ianis has chosen to continue his career at Rangers. I have had numerous conversations with Ianis and his representatives and he made it clear that continuing with Rangers was his absolute focus.
    “He is not only a huge talent but also a top young professional who is determined to be successful. We are sure our investment in him will be an effective one as we believe in his ability now whilst also being excited that at 21 years old there is significantly more development to come from him. When Ianis arrived in January we quickly developed a strong relationship with him and I know how much Steven and the coaches enjoy working with him every day.
    “The formality of the transfer won’t complete until the transfer window opens but we look forward to welcoming Ianis back to Glasgow in the next few weeks alongside the rest of the first team squad. Finally, I thank KRC Genk for their openness, flexibility and creativity in all of our discussions.
    “We secured an exclusive option in January and in recent weeks we have worked with Genk to find a new solution that works for everyone now, given how much the world has changed in the last few months.”
    First Team Manager, Steven Gerrard said, “Ianis is recognised throughout Europe as a young, exciting player so to have him join Rangers on a permanent basis is great news.
    “I was able to develop a relationship with Ianis very quickly, he is a pleasure to coach as he is willing to learn and become better every training session. He has already experienced the pressure and expectation of Ibrox, I know he is ready for next season.”
    Ianis Hagi underlined his delight at joining Rangers on a permanent deal, “I am excited about re-joining the squad for pre-season and putting on the famous shirt once again. There was interest from other clubs, but my priority was always to return to Glasgow and play for Rangers.
    “I really enjoyed my loan spell at Ibrox and look forward to playing in front of our fans very soon, but for now I hope all of the Rangers fans and your families are staying safe and well.”
     
     
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    Harold reacted to Normski in Immigration   
    How many people have been fined for sitting on a beach or in a park because of lockdown whilst Mrs Patel is blatantly turning a blind eye to nearly 700 illegals being taxied from France in the last month alone.......disgusting
    What is the point of fucking Bojo introducing a points system for genuine immigrants  when all they need to do is buy a fucking dinghy
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    Harold reacted to Normski in Funny Pictures / GIFs / Photos   
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    Harold got a reaction from boro_boy in The Gardening Thread   
    decorative pebbles mate....we bought a bulk bag...

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    Harold reacted to Normski in Censorship on My Football Forum   
    Well reading that i would say a woman wrote that
    Calling a woman a cunt in 2020  is no different to a woman calling a bloke a dick/cock/knobhead/dickhead  which i hear a lot as i'm sure you and every member on here has too
    Calling your mate a stupid cunt for not using sunlotion and getting sunstroke doesn't sound a very powerful example of hate
    Take from that what you want fella
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    Harold reacted to Red Devil in Plans for the weekend?   
    😂
    I was actually ready to guess the answer before reading that right through. 
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    Harold reacted to boro_boy in Censorship on My Football Forum   
    Fucking he'll, FINALLY👍🏻👍🏻👍🏻👍🏻
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    Harold reacted to boro_boy in Funny Pictures / GIFs / Photos   
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    Harold got a reaction from boro_boy in Censorship on My Football Forum   
    Many thanks to both of you guys....much appreciated.
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    Harold got a reaction from Mr Magnificent in Censorship on My Football Forum   
    Many thanks to both of you guys....much appreciated.
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    Harold reacted to Mr Magnificent in Censorship on My Football Forum   
    Apology accepted. Now let's just move on as you said. 
    I am ALL for that one mate! 
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    Harold reacted to Red Devil in Censorship on My Football Forum   
    Look my intentions were in the right place, fair enough I dragged a bit of the past up to make my point but the intention was to put the past in the past and move on for the good of the forum. 
    Boro boy & Harold have this place running better than it ever has in my opinion and it doesn't need spoiling by me and you fighting every five minutes over rubbish that went on in the past. 
    Sadly it doesn't seem you are capable of accepting what you did in the past or apologising for your actions. 
    Whilst I'm more than happy to apologise to you for any shite I pulled. 
     
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    Harold reacted to Makdee in Censorship on My Football Forum   
    It is described in the Oxford Dictionary as a "derogatory term for a Catholic or Irish nationalist", with the dictionary stating that it originated in the mid-17th century as a variant of the Irish name Tadhg and "a nickname for an Irishman".Jul 29, 2017
     
    i started with the above nowhere does it say it relates to a “Celtic fan“. 
     
    Do I get offended when it’s used no I don’t, do I like the word no. I do find there’s no need for it in this day and age. As someone who is RC and a Rangers man through and through I have been called all sorts. I appreciate the use of the word was not directed at me. What I do find is that the whole  carry on leads to ill feeling. Harold is the moderator It’s is his call within reason. When the debate over leads to a thread going round in circles then it has to stop. I saw something very similar on another forum and it destroyed it. Hairy you are obviously a well educated man. To that end I find it strange you chose to use that particular term. 
    when it comes to down to it it’s time to stop the nonsense and get on with the forum. 
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    Harold reacted to Hairy Scot in Covid-19 Media Reporting   
    That's the most positive post you've ever made on this forum
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    Harold reacted to Hairy Scot in Censorship on My Football Forum   
    The Haha emoji is the last refugea defeated man.
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    Harold reacted to Hairy Scot in Censorship on My Football Forum   
    I think that may be beyond your gift.
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    Harold got a reaction from Hairy Scot in Censorship on My Football Forum   
    Right...as BB has placed this thread 'under surveillance' I'm going to abide by his action.
    Hairy, if it involves me then I shall respond in a non-derogatory way (eg...no naming calling etc)....otherwise fine.
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    Harold reacted to Hairy Scot in Covid-19 Media Reporting   
    Your bitterness and arrogance has ruined many more threads than I have ever posted in.
    Furthermore in terms of making things personal I am a mere novice compared to an adept such as you.
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    Harold reacted to Hairy Scot in Censorship on My Football Forum   
    Unfortunately I can no longer take seriously anything you post.
    You are an abysmally ignorant man.
    So unless you have something relevant to tell me please don't respond to my posts.
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    Harold reacted to Hairy Scot in Covid-19 Media Reporting   
    You wouldn't know class if it bit you on the arse.
    But at least the red top rags don't use polysyllabic words.
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