Sunday, 3 April 2011

ICT blame H20 - Goodwillie, Great Player - Small brain, Big Hearts - Motherwell too good for Dons -Some other teams play

So being from Scotland I guess I should at least pretend to care about the SPL, so here we go, this is going to tough for us both.

Some people say Scottish football is a joke, well they must feel pretty silly now after the game between Caley Thistle and Celtic was called off, in April, on the morning of the game, at 9.45am because of a waterlogged pitch. Just to make the situation look even more ridiculous, it was confirmed at 1pm the pitch would have been absolutely fine if they had delayed kick off by one hour and both clubs said they wanted to play. The referee knew better and decided that was far too sensible and cancelled the game.

Rangers 2-3 Dundee United. Rangers were shocked at the death by a break away goal from David Goodwillie. David Good(or is that bad?)Willie has had a great season, topping the scoring charts with 14 goals. Recently signing a new contract with Dundee United, it's great to see a technically gifted, exciting, young Scottish player. Unfortunately he is also a rapist...........allegedly. Check out Russell's header, I can't even kick a ball that hard. He probably practices by head-butting neds in Dundee nightclubs.

keep on running
Hibernian 2-2 Hearts. Sharing the spoils today, the capital city was treated to a fantastic game of football. Maybe, I actually only heard about 10 minutes on the radio and just watched the highlights on BBC2. Looking for a place in the magical top six, Hibs will be upset that they couldn't get the better of Hearts after Zaliukus was sent off. Hearts have pretty much won the 3rd place league championship but will be slightly worried about Dundee Utd's form and losing the 3rd place title and an automatic place in the SPL next year.

Motherwell 2-1 Aberdeen. Two SPL heavyweights match up at Fir Park, by this of course I mean Aberdeen manager Craig Brown and Motherwell chairman John Boyle.

Many reasons to love this clip, firstly John Boyle going up to Craig Brown, whispering something, then running away like a mischievous ten year old. Then we have 90 year old Craig Brown, who speaks like Mrs Doubtfire going ape shit and charging after him. And finally the "i just shat my pants" look on Boyles face when Brown grabs him. No laughing matter, things quickly escalated with the riot squad having to be brought in. Rumour has it that Brown took down four senior officers and killed two police dogs before being restrained.

St. Mirren 3-1 Hamilton. This pretty much condemns Hamilton to relegation, with Michael Higdon scoring a hat-trick, he tried to take home the match ball but the referee said scoring three against Hamilton doesn't actually count.  St.Mirren are now looking up the league and will be hoping to climb up the table ladder in the 7-12 A-league North.

last one to sit down goes in goals
And last and most certainly least. St.Johnstone 0-0 Kilmarnock . There were kicks, headers, fouls, throw ins, maybe a corner or two and somewhere some poor bastard had to cover this game and pretend he actually cared.
the fans behind the goal are on the edge of their seat