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terry-h 10:53 Thu Apr 9
Jock football to vote soon on ending 2019/20 season on matches played to date.
Scottish Championship,and Leagues one and two clubs will soon vote on ending current season on matches played to date. If vote goes through, Dundee United,Raith Rovers and Cove Rangers will be promoted from their respective leagues.

Scottish Premier clubs have yet to decide what to do. This is probably because a similar decision might start a war in Glasgow between the Old Firm clubs.

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Mike Oxsaw 11:41 Mon May 25
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"Women's Super League & Women's Championship seasons ended immediately"

Why aren't the mickey's screaming about how the world victimises them all the time?

Sven Roeder 8:40 Mon May 25
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Does that mean we are planning to play at London Stadium now?

El Scorchio 8:27 Mon May 25
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Don't really see any harm in that. Bit of fun for people who might want to take part, and wouldn't really cost anything.

Not sure how you'd stop opposition fans sabotaging it or make sure people behave accordingly on their webcams though.

VickyPkVillageIdiot 8:06 Mon May 25
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Your fat conehead wouldn't even fit the frame, cuntchops.

Johnson 11:22 Mon May 25
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West Ham LONDON everybody:

https://www.express.co.uk/sport/football/1286618/West-Ham-news-talks-with-fans-to-show-faces-via-zoom-Premier-League-games-return

cygnet 4:31 Sat May 23
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Re: Jock football to vote soon on ending 2019/20 season on matches played to date.
"South Korean side is in trouble for having sex dolls imitating their crowd."

It's been blown up out all proportion

dealcanvey 4:30 Sat May 23
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Fredericks hitting the nail on the head.

The thought of going back to some sort of normality is scarier than going back and Actually doing it.

https://www.skysports.com/watch/video/sports/11993306/fredericks-fears-eased-since-training-return

Sven Roeder 3:24 Sat May 23
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LaLiga to restart on June 8

Lee Trundle 7:37 Thu May 21
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Yeah, I agree. I reckon we'll continue our season and Moyes gets us relegated.

VickyPkVillageIdiot 7:27 Thu May 21
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Still looks ominous for us, Lee.

Lee Trundle 7:16 Thu May 21
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League 1 to end using points per game.

Good news for us (who don't want to see us relegated).

The precedent has been set.

Mike Oxsaw 11:32 Mon May 18
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Anyone who's club colours reference an alcoholic drink will be punished. So it is written, so it will be.

Far Cough 10:15 Mon May 18
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terry-h 4:32 Mon May 18
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Hearts considering legal action. They are not going down without dishing out a few Glasgow kisses.




Edinburgh kisses, shirley?

Mike Oxsaw 8:50 Mon May 18
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"South Korean side is in trouble for having sex dolls imitating their crowd."

An absolute gem of news in a pig's trough of sad, whingey self-righteous drivel.

Full marks to the sex dolls for finding and exploiting a new market in this socially distanced, reimaged world.

Aberdeen Iron 6:34 Mon May 18
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Ending the season gets the clubs some decent breathing space (no pun) whilst the pandemic hopefully decreases its grip on the country.

gph 6:33 Mon May 18
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"Under strict health protocols, fans are banned from the stadiums, but Borussia Monchengladbach are going to have cardboard cutouts of supporters in the stands."

South Korean side is in trouble for having sex dolls imitating their crowd.

Our board must have the resources to copy them...

El Scorchio 6:23 Mon May 18
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Well not that it stands to reason they'll do the same here, but at least they used the system there whereby we'd stay up, if it came to it.

swindon hammer 5:46 Mon May 18
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Only 2 clubs have won the SPL in the past 35 years.

Only 2 clubs in the whole of Scotland average more than 18000 fans per home game.

Only 6 clubs in the whole of Scotland average more than 10000 fans per home game.

Half the clubs in the SPL average under 6000 per home game.

Love visiting Scotland but their football set up is meaningless to anyone outside of Scotland and parts of Ireland.

I would have a guess and say no one outside of Celtic & Rangers will ever win that league again.

Kaiser Zoso 5:40 Mon May 18
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Didn’t do Sheffield United any harm

Manuel 5:18 Mon May 18
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Legal action, really??

JLAP 4:56 Mon May 18
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Can’t blame Hearts for suing tbh, legal action will also definitely happen if/when three get relegated from the Premiership.

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