I should be doing something else


football, eh?

Bloody hell.


yeeeeeeeeeeeeeessssssssss – here’s to europe  (and i know it’s not good for the co-efficient, but great for my home area)

About loveandgarbage

I watch the telly and read when not doing law stuff and plugging my decade and a half old unwatched Edinburgh fringe show.
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4 Responses to I should be doing something else

  1. Anonymous says:

    Actually, it’s only necessarily bad for the co-efficient if QoS (or, indeed, Patrick or St. Johnstone) actually go on to win the thing. I recall reading that the second UEFA Cup place will go to the 4th placed team in the SPL rather than the Cup Finalists, in the event that Rangers win the Cup.
    With Aberdeen likely to be the whipping boys of the Top 6, that would mean that two from Motherwell, Dundee United and Hibs going into the UEFA Cup rather than one, and they will be very competitive. This is a Good Thing.
    Of course, this is contingent on Rangers winning the Cup, and I have an odd sense of foreboding about the Partick game tomorrow.

    • Re: Co-efficient
      Wasn’t the way they were talking on Radio Scotland – but then again trying to garner any sense from Young, MacLeod, and Dods is a thankless task…
      PS I fancy St Johnstone for the Cup now – especially if Rangers remain involved on all fronts.

      • burkesworks says:

        Re: Co-efficient
        Queens against anyone other than the Teddy Bears would trump the English final in its unlikelihood.
        That being said, the FA Cup final this year is Gazprom FC v Peter Ridsdale FC, so the Scottish match would almost certainly be more interesting.

      • Anonymous says:

        Re: Co-efficient
        No, you’re right, I just double-checked – that change is taking place but it won’t take effect until next season. So if all goes the way I would like it to, QoS will be playing in the Second Qualifying Round of the UEFA Cup.

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