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On 1/15/2022 at 6:28 PM, GazzyB said:

Absolutely delighted for the wee man.

He’s a goal machine……… gets Luton’s second tonight 

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3 ex Motherwell players on the park for the Hibs v Cove Cup game tonight, Murphy,  Cadden and Reynolds.

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4 minutes ago, Spiderpig said:

3 ex Motherwell players on the park for the Hibs v Cove Cup game tonight, Murphy,  Cadden and Reynolds.

And robbie leitch just come on for cove

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15 minutes ago, grizzlyg said:

And robbie leitch just come on for cove

And now James Scott is on for the extra time, that's 5 ex players.

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19 minutes ago, Spiderpig said:

And now James Scott is on for the extra time, that's 5 ex players.

1.5 million for Scott was cracking business 

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Andy Rose retires from playing at the age of 31 . He is moving into a coaching role with Seattle Sounders in the MLS.

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Only 3 ex well players involved in cup action tonight for Stirling Albion, Jack Leitch, Dylan Mackin and Adam Cummings.

 

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1 hour ago, Spiderpig said:

Only 3 ex well players involved in cup action tonight for Stirling Albion, Jack Leitch, Dylan Mackin and Adam Cummings.

 

Dylan mackin looks like a young Mark yardley

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Kelty Kallum knocked St Johnstone out the cup in extra time, I see.

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20 hours ago, Spiderpig said:

Only 3 ex well players involved in cup action tonight for Stirling Albion, Jack Leitch, Dylan Mackin and Adam Cummings.

 

I was thinking 'What age must Adam Cummins be now?  Must be getting on a bit!'

He's still in his 20s! Although only just.

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32 minutes ago, numpty said:

Kelty Kallum knocked St Johnstone out the cup in extra time, I see.

Alfredo Agyeman also played.

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28 minutes ago, texanwellfan said:

Higginbottom scores for Kelty Hearts against St Johnstone 

Worth a look ? :P

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I was shocked Brian McLean was playing for morton today, he must be some age now and he was made of chocolate when he was with us. 

Quick look at Wikipedia and he's 36 and played for us between 2005 and 2009 including loan spell, 30 games in the first season and another 30 over the next 3...

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1 hour ago, C&A not the shop said:

I was shocked Brian McLean was playing for morton today, he must be some age now and he was made of chocolate when he was with us. 

Quick look at Wikipedia and he's 36 and played for us between 2005 and 2009 including loan spell, 30 games in the first season and another 30 over the next 3...

Genuinely didn’t notice him

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4 hours ago, Ya Bezzer! said:

Alfredo Agyeman also played.

He set up Higginbottom for Keltys winner and had a shot himself back off the crossbar he looked good.

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1 hour ago, numpty said:

An interview with Bigi in which it turns out he's only ever really enjoyed playing for Motherwell and Coventry.

Bigirimana is part of a Glentoran team that are finding their groove again in the Irish League, but hasn't featured for them since the turn of the year. They are saturated with options in the middle of the park, so his time there may be limited after January.

On the blue side of Belfast, Christy Manzinga has 17 or 18 goals for the season so far, second top scorer behind Glentoran's mercurial striker and convicted sex-offender Jay Donnelly.

Rohan Ferguson is having an up and down season in goals for Larne. He's been at fault - or certainly could have done better - for a few goals that have contributed to them sliding out of title contention.

For anyone interested in seeing how good/bad the Irish League is, there's at least one live game a week on the BBC iPlayer, either on a Friday night or a Saturday 530 kick off. Tends to mainly be games involving the Belfast sides, plus Larne and Coleraine, and it's very rare for there to be a game without goals, drama, controversy or abysmal refereeing.

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