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Funny story: Football Gossip & comments (Scotland) 19th August 2012

Football Gossip & comments (Scotland) 19th August 2012

Liverpool's Scottish midfielder Charlie Adam has warned his club-mates to expect a hostile atmosphere when they visit Hearts in Thursday's Europa League tie. (Various) No need to worry about a Glasgow Kiss, but watch out for the Edinburgh Elbow.. Rangers crowd of 49,000 v East Stirlingshire in Scottish Division Three was 17,000 more than the combined attendances of the Scottish Premier Leag...
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Funny story: Football Gossip & comments 15th July 2012

Football Gossip & comments 15th July 2012

Arsenal's new signing Lukas Podolski has urged striker Robin van Persie to stay at the club after the Dutchman said he will not be signing a new Gunners contract. "Please don't go, please don't go, Rob I love you so, and I want you know" ... Kilmarnock manager Kenny Shiel has had to give up on re-signing his midfielder son, Dean, saying he does not have the money to bring in any additional pl...
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Funny story: Scottish Football rocked by Club 12 controversy

Scottish Football rocked by Club 12 controversy

A further scandal embroiled Scottish football today as it emerged that Club 12, which was parachuted into the SPL to replace Rangers has now entered administration after failing to honour financial obligations. Payments are already overdue regardi...
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Funny story: Robin Van Persie to join Scottish Premier League

Robin Van Persie to join Scottish Premier League

Robin Van Persie caused ripples this week by revealing on his personal website that he would not be signing an extension to his Arsenal contract, and now details are emerging as to his whereabouts next season. RVP Stated that he is not happy with...
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Funny story: Rangers to buy English team Bury and play League One Football in Glagsow

Rangers to buy English team Bury and play League One Football in Glagsow

Speculation was mounting last night that Scottish Premier League crisis club Rangers were looking to buy English league one club Bury and move the club 200 miles up to Glasgow, bringing English Football League fixtures to Scotland for the first time.
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Funny story: Rangers' chairman devises plan to pay clubs tax bill

Rangers' chairman devises plan to pay clubs tax bill

Rangers chairman Craig Whyte has revealed to close friends how he plans to pay the tax bill that forced the Scottish Premier League Champions into administration, forcing the SPL to deduct them 10 points. A friend of a friend of a friend of a frie...
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Funny story: Scottish Football Poised for Thrilling Season

Scottish Football Poised for Thrilling Season

Pundits across Scotland are rubbing their hands at anticipation at what promises to be one of the most enthralling campaigns for many years. "I can't wait" says Dundee football correspondent Matty McStay, "United have got in the exciting talent, y...
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Funny story: SPL Keen To Introduce British League Cup

SPL Keen To Introduce British League Cup

As part of its radical new plan to reorganise Scottish football, the SPL has proposed the reintroduction of a cross border cup tournament. SPL chief executive Neil Lancaster is keen to re-establish a cup competition between Scottish and English cl...
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Funny story: Diouf Keen To Stay At Ibrox

Diouf Keen To Stay At Ibrox

El Hadji Diouf, who spent half of last season on loan at Rangers, would be delighted to sign for the Glasgow club on a permanent basis. Its understood that his parent club Blackburn Rovers would be willing to let the controversial winger go for a...
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Funny story: Another Blow For Celtic

Another Blow For Celtic

Celtic's hopes of winning the Scottish Premier League title has been dealt another hammer blow with the news that star midfielder Beram Kayal will miss the run in after suffering a broken wrist on Wednesday night. Hot on the heels of the disastrou...
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Funny story: Neil Lennon Photos "Too Gruesome to Publish"

Neil Lennon Photos "Too Gruesome to Publish"

The Scottish Premier League has defended its decision not to publish any photos of Celtic manager Neil Lennon's reactions to his side's shock 3-2 defeat at Inverness Caledonian Thistle on Wednesday night. Chief Executive Neil Doncaster gave the re...
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Funny story: Death Of Celtic's Title Chances: Photos Not To Be Released

Death Of Celtic's Title Chances: Photos Not To Be Released

The Scottish Premier League has decided not to release photos of Celtic's devastating 3-2 defeat at the hands of Inverness Caley Thistle last night. The unexpected reverse could spell the end of the Parkhead club's title chances and the SFL fear t...
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Funny story: SPL Promise Rangers Severe Sanctions

SPL Promise Rangers Severe Sanctions

The Scottish Premier League have threatened Rangers with the "severest of sanctions" should the Glasgow club slip into administration. The cash strapped outfit may be plunged into administration if HMRC insist on payment of a multi million pound t...
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