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Roberts craft, Rod the entertainer, January anxiety

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Albion Rovers did as much as could be asked of them yesterday. They defended solidly, conceding only to an impossible to defend strike from Player of the Year-designate Scott Sinclair, until the final 13 minutes of the game.

A lazy observation would conclude that it was tiredness which caused the part-timers to lose two late goals, but that wasn’t the case. Patrick Roberts ability to draw opponents close, before exploiting the space behind them changed a 0-1 score into a 0-3 result. Without Roberts, we would have continued to pass in an arc around the Rovers defensive pyramid.

A home draw in the next round was as welcome as it was unexpected – what happens, I suppose, when a good Celtic man gets to draw the balls. Rod Stewart proved he is the complete entertainer as he brought colour to what is too often a soulless procedure. When presenting to the public, some forget football THEY ARE EMPLOYED in an entertainment industry.

Having already spent a reasonable amount of money this month, the normal January anxiety is contained to the permanently anxious, but, as you know, transfer windows are all about the last few days. We’re still working. Usual caveats apply.

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  1. Morning All.

     

    Just catching up.

     

    May I offer condolences and sympathy to all who have suffered bereavements and who have received difficult news about loved ones. Hopefully happy memories will help you through the difficult and possibly dark days to come.

     

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    I was outraged reading your post. Your dogs have been executed, in my opinion, as you say one shot, maybe, but not two and multiple shots. Horrible Horrible news for you and your loved ones to receive. My wife is Buddhist and has asked for prayers at her sangha for your dogs.

     

    Hail Hail

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