ICT, leaks, the WhatsApp group and self-harm


Inverness Caledonian Thistle’s statement reprised the already-discredited claim that SPFL clubs were given a deadline on Friday 10th at 5pm to vote on the board’s resolution on ending the season.  They were, instead, asked to vote “if possible” by then, but had 28 days to respond.  This echoes one of the misfired barbs from the ‘dossier’.  If you are going to complain, get the facts right and be concise.

The statement also claims tt was apparently clear that the Reconstruction Task Force was setup to fail because it was “inordinately large”.  You are asked to believe the SPFL board’s plan to ensure league reconstruction would not take place depended on having a large number of clubs involved in the project.  This is a fantasy.  An overwhelming majority of clubs would be required to pass a reconstruction vote, having more as authors of the proposition does not sound conniving.

They then call a leak from Premiership clubs (not the SPFL) that plans were scuppered a “disgrace”, but they linked this to a “disingenuous, incompetent shambles that began on Wednesday April 8th”, by the SPFL.  I think they have their wires crossed here.  Deep breath, ICT.

Not all leaks are bad, however.  Inverness would have liked one ahead of the 8 April videoconference, where reasons for calling the lower leagues were first explained.  Information seeping out ahead of a formal communication is therefore both good and bad.  You notice some inconsistencies?

They claim they were bullied, “threats not robust conversations”, but as seems to be the way of these things, they are not for sharing the details.  Maybe we have another dossier to look forward to.

Dundee director, John Nelms, is not named but as with the ‘dossier’, he is very much in the firing line.  Nelms must regret acting as conciliator last month.  He has already made it clear he was offered no inducements or deals, but ICT suggest he was the only one to have “negotiations” with “big hitters” before changing his vote from No to Yes.

It is not disputed that Dundee had a right to change their vote, or have negotiations.  It is not claimed that offers or deals were made, or that anything came from offers or deals, but ICT insist this makes an independent investigation necessary.  Without even a claim of impropriety, there is nothing to investigate.

Good news!  ICT are happy for Celtic to be champions, should it be impossible to complete the Premiership.  Their concern is that Hearts, Partick and Stranraer are relegated when previously an opportunity existed for them to win enough points to avoid this fate.

This gets to the nub of the matter.  League reconstruction would have allowed each of those clubs to remain in their previous divisions, while allowing Inverness promotion.  I totally understand this and, all other things being equal, would have been happy to see a temporary reconstruction to Hearts and Partick some breathing space.

So why did it fail?  In order to expand the Premiership, 11 of the 12 members needed to agree.  Why, therefore, did Hearts’ Ann Budge go on the warpath against the SPFL board by seconding tomorrow’s resolution when that board included Alan Burrows of Motherwell and Les Gray of Hamilton?

If you need the help of Burrows and Gray, as well as Hibs (Rod Petrie is on the SFA board, which is included as a conspirator in the ‘dossier’), you would surely deploy a consolatory approach?

Reconstruction talks failed, as a consequence, Inverness and several others lost out on opportunities of promotion and to avoid relegation.  This will have real-world consequences for staff, players and fans of ICT.  I get this – anger and disappointment is understandable.

Ann Budge was allowed to drive the process, she is experienced and had enough invested in its success to get it right.  She knew that Premiership expansion would cost each of the other clubs money – a win-win was technically not possible.  She knew expansion needed 11 votes; winning 10 friends was her one and only task.  Does anyone think she understood this?

The SPFL board made their recommendations on concluding the season and intimated they would facilitate reconstruction, which was always in the hands of the clubs.  The most vulnerable should have embarked on a diplomatic endeavour.  Instead, they started open warfare, whether by WhatsApp group, dossier or rambling incoherent statement.

Maybe those who leaked the Championship WhatsApp group chat will in time reflect they were the architects of their own downfall.  I hope it was not leaked by one of the clubs denied an opportunity of promotion, that would be a spectacular act of self-harm.  Still, at least it’s not as bad as forgetting to order seats for your new stand!

Thankfully, Celtic have stayed well clear of this undignified mess.  I hear all efforts are focused on winning the Magic 10.

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  1. So Aberdeen rule out league reconstruction a few days back, in effect relegating Hearts, and yet now decide to vote in favour of an investigation into an earlier decision, re the lower leagues which does not impact on Aberdeen FC at all. Is the ghost of Stuart Milne still hovering over the granite city?

  2. i'vehadtochangemynamebacktojackiemac on

    I would find it very easy to socially distance myself from alex rae ging



    Warning not for the faint hearted or those of a sensitive disposition. *Make sure you have eaten before watching. 😉











    ‘The hills have eyes ‘sprung to mind … :O(

  4. CELTIC MAC on 11TH MAY 2020 5:59 PM


    saint stivs







    From the other day. Thanks for the link to the history of GlenGarry. Fantastic read, and I have saved it this time. Probably the only time I’ve came across the term “corner boys” this side of Kojo.





    And another thing, I learned the history of the Glengarry cap!









    the shamrock magazine on line stuff is fascinating all i did was repost it.


    Imagine being a highland catholic forced off the land, getting to greenock, saved to glasgow, working in a dyeworks. practiscing your religion.



    it is an incredible story.



    the walking tour i will do if we ever get out again




  5. Aberdeen voting with Huns? so new owner is a Mason? BBC headline about Brechin say Huns are liars? just checked.. Not a mention in headlines

  6. CLUB STATEMENT – 11/05/20 – By BCFC Management Committee


    In what are extremely challenging times for everyone as we try to come to terms with the consequences of Covid-19 and the lockdown conditions, we are also regretfully facing turmoil in the world of Scottish football.



    Members and Supporters of Brechin City FC will doubtless have been concerned and indeed alarmed at the current tirade of negativity towards the Club, and in particular our Chairman Ken Ferguson. This challenges the integrity and reputation, both of our Club, and that of Ken personally. Having remained respectfully silent to date, the Management Committee now unanimously feel compelled to firmly rebuff these claims and set the record straight.



    In particular, in the recent dossier released in support of the EGM taking place at the SPFL tomorrow (Tuesday), there is an accusation which is pointed directly at our Chairman relating to his part in the run up to the SPFL vote which took place on Friday 10th April. This states, “It has also been alleged that Ken Ferguson (Brechin City Chairman and SPFL Board Director) called League 2 clubs and told them that Inverness had changed their vote to YES and, as a result, the Resolution was going to be approved and that there was no point in League 2 clubs voting NO.”



    This is categorically refuted. Unfortunately, this is feeding the current media frenzy and, by association, Brechin City FC and our Chairman are being subjected to un-necessary scrutiny and wholly unwarranted abuse. In addition to anecdotal evidence from all of the other League 2 clubs, we have in our possession verification from each club that no such call was made. Furthermore, each League 2 club is content to provide corroboration to this effect and has stressed that they are entirely relaxed (and in reality appreciative) of the integrity Ken displayed in his role as an SPFL Director in the lead up to the vote.



    The Management Committee will issue a further statement in comings days to fully address other allegations that have been directed towards the Club in the media and online in recent times.

  7. TheLurkinTim on

    Hope all are safe and well…and staying alert…whatever tf that means…dangerous sound-bite bull-shite…

  8. Back to Basics - Glass Half Full on

    Pog – thanks (for the warning).



    Maradominic – Aberdeen’s reported voting intention likely just a bit of positioning.



    Sevco possibly have the core support of 3-4 badly run clubs.



    It’s possible another half dozen (knowing the vote is safe) will vote for … in order to shake things up with a view, longer term, to getting their guy or gal on the SPFL board.

  9. Back to Basics - Glass Half Full on

    David17 @ 9:32pm – thanks for posting.



    Yet another example of someone in the game forced to publicly defend themselves from nazi style tactics.



    Another enemy made on the journey.

  10. It’s the year 2020, the huns are squealing about ‘sporting integrity’ whilst being skewered by Dunfermline and Brechin. Alex EBT Rae wants to put an asterix next to a title win. Celtic are on the cusp of 9 in a row and a quadruple treble. Don’t wake me up.

  11. From SFM ,hope Auldheid doesn’t mind.





    Sweet Little Lies


    By Auldheid – 11th May 2020223317



    tell me all your sweet, sweet little lies


    all about the dark places you hide


    tell me all your problems, make them mine


    tell me all your sweet, sweet little lies



    The stridency of Scottish journalist/pundits, particularly coming from those on the BBC Sportsound platform from where they cry out for an investigation into what took place behind the scenes before and after the SPFL put forward a resolution to SPFL clubs, subsequently accepted by the majority, that allowed SPFL to pay out needed prize money to sides below the Premier level is, to quote an old saying, “the talk of the steamie”.



    Whilst those cries are ostensibly in support of a demand led by The Rangers FC for a need to change the governance at the SPFL, it is not clear if they mean the way the SPFL conduct business or the way individuals inside the SPFL go about the conduct of that business.



    During on-air interviews, questions are being put to clubs about the degree of confidence they have in individuals rather than the processes, systems and structures. This suggests it is individuals who are being placed under scrutiny, and not the dysfunctional processes and structures themselves. A pity, since there is little doubt the governance is dysfunctional.



    SFM has long been asking questions about the system and processes of governance and in fact tried to elicit the help of a number of journalists (in 2014) after information which had not been made available to the then SPFL lawyers Harper MacLeod during or after the LNS inquiry had surfaced.



    Information that had it been made available would have changed the charges of Old Rangers’ mis-registration of players contracts, and to the more recent and unresolved matter of their failing to act in good faith to fellow club members (which the SFA Compliance Officer made in June 2018 in respect of non-compliance with UEFA FFP regulations relating to tax overdue in 2011).



    Following the last Celtic AGM a detailed independent investigation by an accountant was provided to Celtic who passed it to the SFA where the matter has been overtaken by world events but not forgotten. That report can be read here.





    It only adds to the mountain of evidence on https://www.res12.uk that suggests the need for reform of both governance bodies, their structures, systems and process.



    Instead the media have given us a narrow head hunt to remove individuals for reasons that can only be guessed. This from individuals in the media whose motivations are as questionable now as they were in 2014, when they and their organisations ignored stronger evidence of greater wrong doing than has so far been presented by those currently advocating change.



    The current media clamour for heads on a plate carries with it more than a whiff of hypocrisy.



    During week commencing 22 September 2014, some volunteer SFM readers posted a bundle of documents that had surfaced to a number of journalists. SFM had previously sent these documents to Harper MacLeod, the then SPL lawyers. These were important documents pertinent to Lord Nimmo Smith’s inquiry into Rangers use of EBTs, documents which had not been made available to Harper MacLeod by Rangers Administrators Duff and Phelps despite being requested in March 2012 as part of the commissioning of LNS.



    Earlier SFM blogs provide the details of communications with Harper MacLeod and can be read from the same link(s) provided to 12 Scottish media journalists in the draft below.



    Some of the addresses may have received more than one copy but apart from one for whom only an e mail address was known, they should have received at least one hard copy of what Harper MacLeod/SPFL had been provided with which the latter passed to the SFA Compliance Officer in September 2014 according to their last reply to SFM. It is unlikely none were received by the organisations they were addressed to.



    The draft to the journalist which the volunteers were at liberty to amend said:




    I am a reader of The Scottish Football Monitor web site and attach for your information a set of documents that Duff and Phelps, acting as Rangers Administrators in April 2012, failed to provide to the then Scottish Premier League solicitors Harper MacLeod, who were charged with gathering evidence to investigate the matter of incorrect player registrations from July 1998 involving concealed side letters and employee benefit trusts by Rangers FC as defined in the eventual Lord Nimmo Smith Commission.



    The failure to supply the requested information in the form of the attached documents as clearly instructed resulted in incorrect terms of reference being drawn up by Harper Macleod and a consequent serious error of judgement by Lords Nimmo Smith in his Decision as regards sporting advantage.



    The information in the attached was provided to Harper MacLeod and the SPL Board in Feb 2014 and it was pointed out in subsequent correspondence that SFA President Campbell Ogilvie had failed to make a distinction in his testimony to Lord Nimmo Smith between the already confirmed as irregular Discount Option Scheme EBTs paid to Craig Moore, Tor Andre Flo and Ronald De Boer from 1999 to 2002/03 under Rangers Employee Benefit Trust (REBT) and the later loan EBTsfrom 2002/03 onwards under the Murray Group Management Remuneration Trust (MGMRT), having initiated the first DOS EBT to Craig Moore (as shown in the attached) and being a beneficiary of a MGMRT EBT as widely reported in national press in March 2012 at the time investigations commenced.


    The complete narrative was set out in a series of blogs on The Scottish Football Monitor Web Site that are accessible from





    (Edit: The links to the original SFM blogs were listed but some have been lost but original sources have been uploaded to Google Drive accessible from the above link)



    However in spite of the correspondence sent to Harper MacLeod, there has been no response from them or the SPFL, save their answer to the original letter. (Edit: There was subsequent correspondence with Harper Macleod after the package and this letter was sent to the journalists which can be read from the above index to the original blogs.)



    These points suggests that the SPFL, Harper MacLeod and Lord Nimmo Smith were misled by Duff and Phelps failure to supply the attached documents as instructed as well as Campbell Ogilvie’s failure to correct Lord Nimmo Smiths decision to treat all EBTs as “regular” when the DOS EBTs are not, as the attached evidence clearly demonstrates.



    You are one of a number of journalists to whom this letter and attachments is addressed either electronically or hard copy. We are hoping that some journalists will prove themselves worthy of the challenge and investigate the story, even if only to refute it and stop suspicion of a cover up.



    A copy of this letter and responses from addressees (or failures) will be published on The Scottish Football Monitor web site for the Scottish football supporting public to note. The e mail address for your reply is press@sfm.scot and we hope that you will investigate what appears to have been the corruption of the very process set up to establish the truth or you will explain why you cannot.


    Yours in Sport



    Note: The letter above was drafted and distributed with the documentation before a reply from Harper MacLeod was received, but as the reply did not address the issue of the nature of the irregular DOS EBTs, the request to journalists to investigate was even more valid.


    The following were the journalists to whom documentation was posted/delivered.



    Mr Richard Gordon


    Mr Richard Wilson


    Mr Tom English all at the BBC.



    Mr Grant Russell


    Mr Peter A Smith. At STV



    Mr Andrew Rennie Daily Record Sports Editor



    Mr Paul Hutcheon


    Mr Graham Speirs


    Mr Gerry Braiden at The Herald



    Mr Mathew Lindsay Evening Times (belatedly)



    Mr Gerry McCulloch Radio Clyde



    Ms Jane Hamilton Freelance ex-Sun Sunday Mail (by e mail)



    Only three individuals showed an interest but it is inconceivable to think that the media outlets they worked for were ignorant of the information provided or that the Scottish media sports departments are unaware of the narrative and its implications which were subsequently picked up by The Offshore Game but drew no refuting comments with the exception of Tom English.



    He opined that the TOG report was ‘flawed’ although he did not specify how he came to that conclusion.



    Darren Cooney of the Daily Record did take an interest in November 2015 when he met an SFM representative, who explained the case then sent him a summary to give to his editor but The Daily Record did not publish the story nor give any reason why they didn’t.



    Grant Russell was with STV at the time and a meeting with him was arranged with a fellow SFM contributor but he failed to show up.


    He subsequently did show an interest when The Court of Session ruled the Big Tax Case unlawful in July 2017, when he was provided with the a note of the consequences for the LNS Commission. However Grant moved jobs to join Motherwell in late October 2017.



    Why bring all this his up now?


    Because currently, the existence of texts and e-mails and unsubstantiated claims of skullduggery appear to have energised a media (and BBC Sports Department in particular) that had ‘no appetite’ to investigate actual evidence presented to them in 2014. There seems to be little doubt that an agenda is being followed, but as the preceeding paragraphs demonstrate, it casts doubt that their motivation is reform of the governance of Scottish football, and raises a suspicion that replacement of individuals (whose steerage of the good ship Scottish Football into the RFC iceberg was deemed adequate a decade ago) is what is important. A meaningless powerplay. No more no less.



    One may jump to the conclusion that the foregoing is a defence of the individuals at the centre of this controversy, and that it defends the SPFL position in respect of the requisitioners review of governance. That would be the wrong conclusion. The point is that a wide-ranging review of the SFA/SPFL governance is way overdue.



    The time window covered by any review should the very least cover the tenure of those accused of malfeasance and mis-governance. The media, and the requisitioners are cherry-picking their poor governance. That is poor governance in itself.

  12. DAVID17 on 11TH MAY 2020 5:09 PM


    Ross McArthur calling out Scot Gardiner for what he is and laying bare the sinister null and void agenda. Things you love to see.



    Ross MacArthur who he?




  13. Tom English seems to have missed the Brechin statement. Odd as he was all over the statements by Inverness and Partick.



    Monday, 11th May 2020


    A statement from DAFC Chairman Ross McArthur.



    I have said many times over the last couple of months, there are much more important things happening in our community and the wider world at present, than football. These matters should be our priority.



    In that context, it is not only regrettable but extremely embarrassing, that I have to provide this statement following the release of accusatory comments in a Club Statement made by the Chairman and CEO of Inverness, I am sadly now left with no option but to put the record straight.



    The individuals have been very careful not to mention me by name, but their intended target is clearly apparent.



    In life, you stand and fall by your reputation and your actions, and I thank the very many people from other clubs who have contacted me since these “leaked” WhatsApp messages first surfaced, to offer their support. I like the company I keep.



    Since the SPFL director’s resolution was first issued, a number of clubs in the Championship would confirm it is the behaviour of Inverness that has continually been aggressive and confrontational. However, no one felt it necessary to win points in public, as robust conversations take place in the normal course of a competitive business like football.



    Turning to the “allegation” regarding the information that was conveyed by me to Inverness FC, on Friday 10th April 2020.



    As confirmed by their own leaked What’sApp message group, I clearly did so as Dunfermline Athletic FC Chairman and NOT as an SPFL Board Member (as was expressly agreed and verified, before the call with other Championship clubs).



    It most certainly wasn’t a threat, simply a potential consequence of their action not to back the SPFL resolution currently put in front of them, in favour of a counter resolution which was being mooted at that time.



    This resolution would effectively have the same consequence as a “null and void” conclusion to the league season, but the SPFL central distribution monies would still be provided to clubs on their current standing. This was not going to be acceptable to Dunfermline Athletic, Alloa Athletic, Greenock Morton, Queen of the South and Arbroath.



    This had been openly highlighted the previous evening, during a video conference call of all but one Championship club, and raised by two Championship clubs at the time. This meeting was set up by me in good faith.



    Therefore, the communication to the Chairman of Inverness, on Friday 10th April was that any vote in favour of an alternative resolution like this, should the existing one fail, may be entirely dependent on all clubs in the SPFL Championship obtaining an equal (“one tenth”) of the attributable distribution pot for the Championship.



    There are many more things I would like to say, but I will retain my dignity and continue to be more concerned about the long term future of Scottish football at this time. The endless point scoring is becoming tiresome, and I would have preferred to rise above it, but I have a duty to protect the reputation of Dunfermline Athletic FC.




    Predictions for tomorrow?



    Mine : 32-10





    I think the vote will pass no problem,It’s the aftermath in political terms.they will want a heid as David Low suggest in






    Me b2b I would deduct points off TouchAngry fc for disrepute, declare Celtic champions and then end the season.:-)




  16. On the eve of this EGM, which may sink the SPFL, its worth looking back to how it came about.



    In January 1993 I was over on vacation and took a tour of Parkheid, while there we were advised we could not see the trophies as they were in the boardroom where an emergency meeting was being held.



    When I got back to the bonnie banks I heard on the news that night that we had rejected the call for a new league.



    This new league was the brain child of bader, he already had a logo and colours, blue and orange if my memory serves me well, in place but required an agreement with all clubs, we were the only hold out.



    Our statement indicated that as founder members of the SPL we could NOT in good faith abandon it.



    I said to my da, who unfortunately would not see the year out, that we would pay for this. Almost 14 months later the Bank of Scotland with baders allies on board threatened tae put us out of the game, as we all know a wee ex-pat saved the day and the rest is history.



    Lets role the clock back a bit to the time when we became founder members of the SPL.



    In March 1890, Peter Fairly the secretary of the “World Champions” Renton wrote to thirteen other clubs inviting them to discuss the organisation of a professional league.



    They had lost some of their stars including James Kelly and Neil McCallum to a fledgling club from Glasgow’s east end as well as Andrew Hannah and Bob Kelso who went on to play for several English clubs including Everton and Liverpool, the former playing in Liverpool’s first game and being the first person to captain both Merseyside clubs.



    All of the clubs accepted the invitation, except Queen’s Park and Clyde. Amateur club Queen’s Park, who was the oldest organised club in Scotland and had played a key role in the development of football, was opposed to the league because it would lead to professionalism and eliminate many of the smaller clubs. The Bully Wee would join the following season.



    The Scottish Football League was inaugurated on 30 April 1890 and with the agreement of all founder clubs at the time, including arch bigot ure-primrose of a kinning park based side, Celtic founder member and future president John Glass (the Peter Lawwell of his day) was head hunted to spear head this new organisation.



    Renton was expelled after 5 games for breaching the regulations against professionalism, by playing against St Bernard’s, who had been found guilty of concealed professionalism. Celtic had done the same thing but by that time were too powerful to expel, however, the SFA have never liked us since then for taking away their power over the national game.



    So where do we go from here if sevco and their knuckle rubbing brithers prevail. I don’t know the answer to that but the game will truly be a bogey and the baw will be bust.

  17. Phil suggesting that Douglas Park threatened Neil Doncaster saying he ‘knew his address’. Rabid.

  18. I hope Celtic announce tomorrow that they intend to vote in favour of Sevco’s resolution


    That’ll put the cat amongst the pigeons 😂😂😂

  19. Back to Basics - Glass Half Full on

    An Tearmann – cheers.



    I rarely listen to podcasts but, earlier this morning, tuned into the one you just linked.



    Thoroughly enjoyable listen.



    It got me thinking



    Celtic cyberspace has Paul Brennan, Barcabhoy, Auldheid, David Low to name a few.



    All professionals who ..



    – dabble effortlessly (not for profit)


    – then provide intelligent analysis


    – love Celtic but are balanced not slavish


    – keep it clean



    Genuine question …



    Who are the Sevco equivalents?



    I never go near their online offerings but, from what I see here and other Celtic sites?



    It’s all WATP, FTP, No Surrender, No one likes us etc etc

  20. David17



    Thanks for those posts.DAFC and BCFC



    Hope all’s safe with you mate




  21. IniquitousIV on

    Does anyone know how to get rid of the irritating videos (titled 90 mins) of the U.S. and England women’s team interviews on every page? It cannot be Xed out. I have Java Script disabled and three separate adblockers installed.



    Plus there is a new nuisance – a black bar, about an inch deep, covering about 80 per cent of the bottom of the screen. It sometimes disappears on scrolling down, sometimes not, and returns on the reverse. I have tried new tab, new window, and all the usual methods to get rid of it, with no luck. This is the only site, of around 20 bookmarked, where I experience issues.


    Thanks in advance,



  22. Sevco and their hun lackeys have failed to null and void. What we’ve seen for a month now since the vote has been nothing short of a hissy fit.



    They shamelessly tried to use a pandemic to delay our march to ten.



    Bury them next season, Celtic.

  23. AN TEARMANN on 11TH MAY 2020 10:37 PM






    Predictions for tomorrow?




    Mine : 32-10







    I think the vote will pass no problem,It’s the aftermath in political terms.they will want a heid as David Low suggest in






    David Low suggested Doncaster could be the ‘head’ they are looking for. No fan of Doncaster but is this not what the huns really want, to replace Doncaster with someone more ‘Rangers minded’. It would set a dangerous precedent if Doncaster is forced out. One of the things the clubs working in concert could do when the resolution for an investigation is voted down is co-sign a letter of no confidence in the SPFL executive. At that point things could become difficult for Doncaster. Doncaster is an ally of Peter, i think the real story here is a power struggle is at play.

  24. glendalystonsils on

    DAVID17 on 11TH MAY 2020 11:04 PM



    Never in the inglorious history of the two Ibrox clubs have they ever been faced with a ruling body who are not true blue . They will not force Doncaster out . The winds of change are ruffling their sashes.

  25. My friends in Celtic,



    Am I just paranoid?



    These are unprecedented times and I generally support the Scottish and UK government policy.



    However to be honest I am a wee bit uneasy at government controlling every aspect of our lives for an extended period



    I am definitely uncomfortable at the attack on free speech that is current going through Holyrood.


    From a purely football perspective, it’s powers will make the discredited OB act look like a simple debut.



    Yes we need to be alert. In that respect the advice is unconfusing and pertinent.



    HH to all 🌈

  26. BACK TO BASICS – GLASS HALF FULL on 11TH MAY 2020 10:50 PM




    Genuine question …




    Who are the Sevco equivalents?






    it is this cunning bastard, if he comes out the shadows, he has been manipulating the situation, we have to fear everything, and fear itself,



    makes me afraid even seeing the fu man chu type .



    what chance we got




  27. he has felix the cat sitting on the couch, he isnt a bear, wee felix was in the berlin csc.

  28. This league has to be won on the pitch, it’s only 8 games, the German league starts again this weekend, let’s take our time and get it finished

  29. not winning it on the pitch is the funniest and right in yir face huns moment ever,



    let them stew, forever,

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