Sure things don’t exist in football


St Mirren lost at Tynecastle in November, their fifth consecutive in the league, but since then they have lost only twice: at Celtic Park and last Saturday, when the roof fell in against Ross County.  During that run they recorded good wins against Dundee United and Motherwell.  They sit second bottom of the league but this is an incredibly tight league.  Saints are as close to bottom Dundee as they are to second top Inverness.  In straightforward terms, St Mirren are a form team.

Anyone who believes Celtic are a sure thing better think again.

Remember the days when it would be impossible to get past 8pm and still not know Montrose earlier took a point at Ibrox? Sign of the times it wasn’t really news, I suppose.
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    10:47 on 27 January, 2013



    ‘KABUL CELT 1017



    Is that true? Wonderful story if it is.’




    It’s not true.



    What’s interesting is that people are so ready to believe it.



    A phenomenon that has some relevance when considering what’s happening with the huns.

  2. 67Heaven ... I am Neil Lennon..!!.. Ibrox belongs to the creditors on




    11:02 on


    27 January, 2013



    It was…..

  3. Saint Stivs



    Some of the modern-day footballers would be getting carried off on a stretcher with that kind of injury.

  4. macjay1 for Neil Lennon on





    macjay1 for Neil Lennon


    10:54 on 27 January, 2013



    I feel your description of Fleming is harsh in the extreme.


    We`ll just have to disagree.

  5. Bobby Murdoch 10.59



    Read that yesterday and wondered if the guy had been murdered for his actions.

  6. anditsthepoleagain on




    Enjoy the live tracks, the sound quality is ace, all our yesterdays.


    There is a also a cracking book by the producer of the album telling the story of Recording the Album – Making Rumours – Ken Caillat with Steven Stiefel (his daughter went into Music Cobbie Caillat) its as if you are sitting in there with them.


    As Mick Fleetood says to him at the beginning of the Rumours Classic Albums Series DVD Take me back Ken take me Back

  7. Banner at last night’s Juve game



    Marotta —- First Bendtner and now Anelka — you must be a Torino supporter

  8. That utter Tory, Clegg (aptly named;horrible insect) is being given the oxygen of publicity to trot out the ConDemNation hardline after spending the night with Cameron/Osborne and getting deep instruction in the Eton poshboy way of stripping the serfs of everything as only the aristo/landowning class can.

  9. Neil canamalar Lennon hunskelper extrordinaire on

    Murray feet against by the looks of it Djok hip


    Which will go first





    Why the rush to do down someone who performed a huge service for humanity?



    Especially one of our own,Alexander Fleming?



    Another son of Ayrshire,Rabbie Burns,got it in the neck the other night.



    And this on top of what we were told about Martin Luther King…..



    Oh,that’s right-KOJO justifiably got pelters for his stance,so that’s ok.

  11. Ernie Lynch



    Having noted your critical opinion of Fleming.



    What is is your opinion of Che Guevara?




  12. bankiebhoy1


    10:42 on


    27 January, 2013


    If the Huns has chosen to respect the memories of all those killed in war with a modicum of respect and solemnity, they might have actually begun to build something approaching……..tradition and values. They didn’t.


    Instead they chose to turn it into a circus grotesque as horrible as all their other ‘celebrations’.



    Hell mend ‘em.




    “The day was about both remembrance and celebration of our armed forces, both sides of the emotions were handled with dignity and class”



    So there!

  13. anditsthepoleagain on

    Bobbymurdochscurledupwinklepickers 1102



    Here is Stevie with our Roders from Back in the Day






    Now I know why he was weeping after the Barcelona Game “Missed my chance there” – or did he



    here is one of her looking very youthful and full of 70’s Glam





    GOOGYBHOY 1107



    Haha,nice one….



    First time I got stitched-up by a taxi driver was in London in 89.



    When,the following day,I found out the actual distance travelled-it was a Friday night,wrong train,and alcohol may have been involved-I bought an A-Z and did some homework.



    TALLYBHOY will confirm it would have been a waste of time getting a train timetable……..

  15. There was me thinking that Andy Irvine, the great Scottish rugby full-back of the 70’s, had endorsed the James Connolly Bridge campaign.



    Good on him, I thought, but also this seemed quite surprising.



    Ten minutes later, the penny dropped and I realized it was Any Irvine ex-Planxty. (He is also Scottish, btw, or is it English?).

  16. miki67



    11:11 on 27 January, 2013




    Clegg went o to Westminster school, one of the original nine English public schools. He won’t have required any coaching from the Old Etonians.

  17. 67Heaven ... I am Neil Lennon..!!.. Ibrox belongs to the creditors on

    bobby murdoch’s curled-up winklepickers




    Have to say, can’t understand where someone like Fleming could EVER be criticised.

  18. Neil canamalar Lennon hunskelper extrordinaire on



    Che must be up there with the American freedom fighters who murdered anyone who sided with the British shirly ?

  19. A Broony from last year – the bungee jump –



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  20. zbyszek



    21:23 on


    26 January, 2013




    I had to scroll back to find it, Zbyszek that post is a credit to you, having the presence of mind to think of others shows your strength and humanity.





  21. Morning all



    During a changeover in the tennis I dipped into Rangers Media as I gathered the Zombies were getting in a bit of a tizzy because that bastion on Timmydom – the British Army- has expressed a wish that the style of Remembrance Day commemorations as seen at Ibrox last November should not be repeated.



    I am amazed any time I look on RM that whilst there are a fair few literary knuckle draggers there are some who are intelligent and literate. And yet they all seem to always miss the point about pretty much everything and hide behind increasingly paranoid and irrational beliefs of Timmy Conspiracies. It maybe wasn’t quite what Bertrand Russell had in mind when he wrote his essay on Intellectual Rubbish but RM is surely a downmarket version of what old Bertie had in mind









    PS Is penicillin on our blacklist now?





    Burns should never have been denigrated in the first place.



    Surprised to see your good self toeing the establishment line.



    However,your entitlement to post your opinions is respected and upheld.



    And like them or not,so must KOJO’s opinions be aired-and criticised or lauded where appropriate.

  23. Andy Murray is looking good to win this.



    Two very evenly matched players but Andy’s hunger should get him over the line.

  24. Neil canamalar Lennon hunskelper extrordinaire on



    The establishment line ?


    Burns suppers


    Remind me what exactly is the establishment line on a famous mason ?

  25. calm down laddies…the fleming story i didnt put up to cause debate….just copy/ pasted an email circulating around kabul…….BMCUW…are you still in kilwinning….come from there myself………

  26. SoT



    That reminds me of the righteous indignation of Walturd accusing linesman Murphy of being a Tim



    Hypocracy was lost on RFC too

  27. MWD



    ….have you revealed the answer to your question the other night???



    My money’s still on D. Dinmont esq………………..but prepared to be corrected..