View Full Version : Good Luck Scotland U-19s (v Spain)..

29th Jul 2006, 14:24
Reached the U19 Euro Championship final. Play Spain tonight (BBC2 Scotland showing the match live). The future of Scottish football very much brighter. :ok:

Final News (http://www.uefa.com/competitions/Under19/FixturesResults/Round=2229/match=84496/Report=PR.html)
Final Tables (http://www.uefa.com/competitions/under19/Standings/index.html)

Credit where credit is due, oh fellow Brits :E

Buster Cherry
29th Jul 2006, 16:06
The future of Scottish football very much brighter. :ok:


Seriously, best of luck. ( Me father in-law would give me a Glazgee kiss if I didn`t show some support.)

Mercenary Pilot
29th Jul 2006, 16:21
Considering the Scots attitude of supporting anyone playing England...



Rick Storm
29th Jul 2006, 16:32
Well said MPilot lets hope the 'Jocks' (umm political correctness, good job it ain't Pakistan) get their ass kicked :ok:


29th Jul 2006, 16:35
Now, now:= ;)

England were expected to do something (or the press had you believe they would - this inturn p!ssing off many a Jockistani).

This young Scots team were viewed as bottom of the group material. To knock out France, Turkey, Czech Rep enroute is a great achievement for a nation who are the butt of jokes when it comes to sporting events, particularly football:ok:

29th Jul 2006, 16:35
The future of Scottish football very much brighter.

Starting from an extremely dark position though.....

29th Jul 2006, 16:41
Herr Bertie Vogts has a lot to answer for. :mad:

Not too disimilar to England with Sven at the helm. Well, erm...

Scotland (all teams) were always deemed poor, made poorer by the German hire hand. England, a team of some individual brilliance and skill, unable to play the way they should've done during WC2006 due to Sven's tactical ineptitude.

Home grown managers is the way to go.

Archie Gemmell, he of 1978 WC, whereby he scored one of the all time best goals is now in charge of the youths here..

Rick Storm
29th Jul 2006, 16:42
If the young 'jocks' win tonight I'll post a pic of my arse.

Rick..England supporter, roll on 2007

29th Jul 2006, 16:44
Pah...i'd rather they lost then:yuk:

Edit: On This Day In History, The Spanish Armada was defeated...

It's an omen. An omen, i tell ya :E

Lon More
29th Jul 2006, 16:49
Rick you needn't bother. I found it on another forum

29th Jul 2006, 16:52
Oh look. He's got a little tattoo on his ass too:p

29th Jul 2006, 17:21
Another excuse to wear my Spanish shirt!

Come on you young bulls! :ok:

29th Jul 2006, 17:49

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Rick Storm
29th Jul 2006, 17:52
I think your standing on 'thin ice':p

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Lon More
29th Jul 2006, 17:55
Rick, i sent the link
BTW, I'm no expert but I think it may be male

Rick Storm
29th Jul 2006, 19:04
It's a female baboon, one can tell, like most females they walk with a nonchalant swing of the ass:ok:

29th Jul 2006, 19:09
Colmac. Are you of the curling persuation?

29th Jul 2006, 21:44
:D Lost 2-1:{


29th Jul 2006, 21:46
Name Brewster mean anything, Colmac?

29th Jul 2006, 21:48
Not really....except the manager of Dundee Utd has a surname of Brewster:8

29th Jul 2006, 22:13
a great achievement for a nation who are the butt of jokes when it comes to......Perhaps head-butt used to more appropriate but it looks as though the French have over-shadowed them there.

29th Jul 2006, 22:30

1. I have a favourite brother and his Christian name is Paul.
He's lately joined a football club for he's mad aboot fitba'.
He's two black eyes already and teeth lost from his gob,
Since Paul became a member o' that terrible fitba' club.

CHORUS: Aye he's fitba' crazy, he's fitba' mad.
The fitba' it has robbed him of' the wee bit sense he had.
And it would take a dozen skivvies his claithes tae rub and scrub,
Since Paul became a member of that terrible fitba' club.

2. Aye he's fitba' crazy he's gone clean daft,
Since he started playing fitba' his heid has gone right saft,
For he willnae drink a whisky and he's never in the pub,
Since Paul became a member o' that terrible fitba' club.


3. The first match that he went to play I went to see masel',
They had two hauf bricks for goalposts, and a tin can for the ba',
The Band of Hope was present and all they did was stare,
An' when Paul broke his wooden leg they didnae seem to care.


4. In the middle of the field one afternoon the captain says, "Noo Paul,
Will ya' gan an tak' this place-kick, since you're mad about fitba'?
So he took fowerty paces backwards, and shot off from the mark.
The ball went sailin' ower the bar and landed oot the park.


5. His wife says she's gonna leave him, if Paulie doesn't keep
Away from fitba' kickin' at night-time in his sleep.
He calls out 'Pass, McGinty!' and other things so droll
Last night he kicked her oot a' bed and swore it was a goal!

30th Jul 2006, 17:14
Hey Colmac, if you existed then, what were you doing about this time of day 40 years ago today?