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Alex, Kenny and Steven- Listen Again to Clyde SSB’s ‘Roll of Honour’ as Broony strikes

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On Wednesday night Super Scoreboard provided group therapy to aggrieved Sevco fans unable to cope with Scott Brown Syndrome. 

With Peter Lawwell and Neil Lennon no longer around the former Celtic skipper is the sole bogey man for all problems and issues Ibrox related with Kevin Clancy playing a secondary role. 

After eight SPFL wins on the bounce under Giovanni van Bronckhorst the early season problems of Steven Gerrard had almost been air-brushed from the collective memory of Ibrox fans. 

The Iron Curtain defence had been restored, Alfredo Morelos was once again the most feared striker in Europe and if things get a bit sticky there is always honest mistakes to turn draws into victories. 

All seemed to be going to script at Aberdeen when Ianis Hagi opened the scoring less than a minute after Clancy denied the Dons a penalty, a decision that Kris Boyd struggled to explain. 

The last 20 minutes of the match seemed like a shock to the system. From Bridgeton to Bearsden, Airdrie to Larkhall and throughout Ayrshire loyal bears struggled to come to terms with an unexpected chain of events. 

A penalty was awarded against Morelos, the nephew of a former hero scored and the first domestic red card in 25 months was shown. 

For Alex, Kenny and Steven it was too much. Despite the best efforts and words of comfort from Agony Uncle’s Andy Halliday and Marvin Bartley there was little to ease the suffering of the traumatised bears. 

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5 comments
  • Finbar muldoon says:

    Only time I listen is when huns don’t do well. One caller said “we never complain about referees”, then said but, but, but. Sounded like an outboard motor. HH

  • Thomas Cochrane says:

    What a shower of (aw ratsnofair) muppets wonder what would have been the reaction if the had been beaten…….

  • Rtc says:

    He’s not one of rhe peepul…I mean the cheek of it ,ref’s not doing it ” the Rangers ” way…They were there for the taking, we need to be more ruthless in our approach taking no prisoners along the way…

  • Seppington says:

    Did Broony “roll about” after Kent’s challenge? I never saw that. I did see Fat Alfbert rolling around though. What’s that old saying, “A rolling stone gathers no moss”? How much moss does a 20 stone ersewipe gather???

    Twats each and every single one of them. No exceptions.

  • John S says:

    Penalties and goals against are definitely not in the Blue Rule Book. Ref in the Black Book. Club in the Red.

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