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  1. Dundee Utd boss Peter Houston brings forward Tannadice exit

    Might as well start a paranoia thread. Dundee United is now without a manager. I'm sure PS now appreciates the lure of the Essex Riviera as appoosed to his first love.
  2. Ron Manager

    Operation Tango - Very Funny

    I have no allegiance to either Rangers or Celtic (being an athiest Englishman, why would I?) but I did find this quite funny - http://www.insideworldsoccer.com/2009/05/operation-tango-best-football-fans.html You Tube video if you follow the above link. Something called "Operation Tango"...
  3. Aberdeen Shrimper

    Inverness sack manager Craig Brewster

    Inverness Caledonian Thistle have parted company with manager Craig Brewster after a run of seven consecutive league defeats. The Highland club sit bottom of the Scottish Premier League table, one point adrift of 11th-placed Falkirk. Brewster was in his second spell at the club, having...
  4. Jonny_Stokes

    They Haunted the Os:

    #2 - Richard Cadette When we take an Orient retrospective from the early to late 1980s you can't help but be overcome with a sense of complete and utter misery. While the nation was tearing itself apart over the miner'sstrike the dear old Os were busy getting themselves relegated to Division...