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England v Scotland 16:56 - Sep 10 with 875 viewschasaint80

Playing a friendly at Hamden Park in November

Could be a bit tasty so close to the referendum

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England v Scotland on 17:03 - Sep 10 with 869 viewsChesham_Saint

Seemingly the England fans in Switzerland were singing uncomplimentary songs about those poor celts who've had to put up with the brutal heel of the Pig-dog English on their throats for the last thousand years...blah. Blah. In short, a recipe for a punch up if ever there was one.

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England v Scotland on 17:04 - Sep 10 with 865 viewsMushty

Fookin 'ell, endless re-runs of the fairytale Braveheart to look forward to this Autumn.
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England v Scotland on 17:15 - Sep 10 with 856 viewsbarry_sanchez

The truth about braveheart (Wallace) is that he was sold down the river by his own (many Irish Chieftains did the same) not solely the English, Longshanks was actually quite a fair and good King.
Should we hate the Norman French and the Scandinavians forever and a day?
Why don't the Irish hate the Norman French?
Should we sue Italy?

He who is silent and bows his head dies every time he does so. He who speaks aloud and walks with his head held high dies only once. —Giovanni Falcone
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England v Scotland on 17:19 - Sep 10 with 856 viewsdune

England v Scotland on 17:04 - Sep 10 by Mushty

Fookin 'ell, endless re-runs of the fairytale Braveheart to look forward to this Autumn.


Send in the Irish.

(Or in modern terms the national service pcso's)
[Post edited 10 Sep 2014 17:21]

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England v Scotland on 18:19 - Sep 10 with 832 viewsChesham_Saint

England v Scotland on 17:15 - Sep 10 by barry_sanchez

The truth about braveheart (Wallace) is that he was sold down the river by his own (many Irish Chieftains did the same) not solely the English, Longshanks was actually quite a fair and good King.
Should we hate the Norman French and the Scandinavians forever and a day?
Why don't the Irish hate the Norman French?
Should we sue Italy?


True, as is often the case in history things aren't always what they seem. Joan of Arc for example, who the French love too make out was cruelly murdered by the awful English, was actually betrayed by her own people. But that's the French for you, complete strangers to the truth whenever it doesn't suit them. Which is most of the time.

Good god, with Scotland to the North and the French to to the south we should count ourselves lucky we're not munching on haggis stuffed with snails and garlic.

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England v Scotland on 20:01 - Sep 10 with 793 viewsWinchesterExile

I think its at Celtic Park isn't it which is even more reason why this is bad idea. Trouble guaranteed.
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England v Scotland on 21:16 - Sep 10 with 739 viewsPatfromPoole

England v Scotland on 20:01 - Sep 10 by WinchesterExile

I think its at Celtic Park isn't it which is even more reason why this is bad idea. Trouble guaranteed.


I'm not so sure it makes that much difference.

Are Celtic fans that much into supporting Scotland? And I doubt Rangers fans would be that keen on going to the enemy's ground.
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