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Hold seminars on the work of Leigh Griffiths

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Brendan Rodgers’ words after the Kilmarnock game about there being no sentimentality in his team selection encouraged many of us to think Scott Brown would not start against Salzburg on Thursday, but even if this is the case, the captain is sure to play a key role in the game, just as he did at the League Cup Final earlier this month.

At Hampden he disrupted Aberdeen’s rhythm in the latter part of the game, ensuring they got nowhere near Scott Bain’s goal.  If we are defending a positive result late in the game against Salzburg, the same job will be required.

Sport thrives on characters like Leigh Griffiths, who joked yesterday about Ibrox stewards, who now mark the posts after Celtic visits to prevent Leigh from adorning them with a Celtic scarf.  We follow football for the game, but the game is enhanced by the personalities who play it.  Those whose job it is to sell our game should hold seminars on the work of Leigh Griffiths.

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  1. I will never forget Van Djik and Denayer together, superb, they complimented each other. Apart from a few dodgy games in Europe. But they were young.

  2. The sheep finished bottom of the league twice, 1916/17 and 1999/2000 but avoided relegation in the former after withdrawing from the league due to WWI and in the latter were saved as Falkirks ground was deemed not up tae scratch for the top league.

  3. Saint Stivs, I once spent an evening in the company of the Cardinal Archbishop of San Paolo. He gave us a slide show of the city including the massively populated slums. One of the largest (If not the largest) cities in the world.

     

     

    And yet, we were all astonished when he showed us a slide of his home. It could have been a detached council house. 4 bedrooms I would guess. No palace for this gentleman. He was in Dublin en route to Rome.

  4. Do we sell Boyata in January for a few million or keep em and let him go on a freebie come summer? It’s the latter for me which makes him our most expensive transfer fee loss in our history to date. Gaulling when you consider our sustainability business model but understandable given the alternative of losing the league and cups.

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