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6 hours ago, lady-isobel-barnett said:

Flower pun police have been alerted!

Definitely a thorny subject.

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7 minutes ago, Anniesland Jag said:

Is that you Vera ?

Does anybody here remember Bobby Linn?

Scored twice for Peterhead in their win at Firhill, 2005.

At 35, still playing, in a division above us.

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Just now, Jaggernaut said:

Does anybody here remember Bobby Linn?

Scored twice for Peterhead in their win at Firhill, 2005.

At 35, still playing, in a division above us.

Played against us last season for Arbroath. Works as a binman

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Don't think they get called binmen these days. Is it not refuse collector now. Don't think 'my old man's a refuse collector' would have been a hit.:no: 

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26 minutes ago, Auld Jag said:

Don't think they get called binmen these days. Is it not refuse collector now. Don't think 'my old man's a refuse collector' would have been a hit.:no: 

Linn works in Dundee I think. I'm sure they get called Scaffies there :lol:

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On 9/4/2020 at 3:09 PM, Jaggernaut said:

Does anybody here remember Bobby Linn?

Scored twice for Peterhead in their win at Firhill, 2005.

At 35, still playing, in a division above us.

Is that the one where Dorrans scored an incredible overhead bicycle kick as a consolation goal?

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23 minutes ago, twinny said:

Is that the one where Dorrans scored an incredible overhead bicycle kick as a consolation goal?

You are indeed correct. Bobby Linn was helped by some generous defending by Grant Murray.

The amazing Dorrans goal had the potential to be more than a consolation, as it brought the score to 1-2 with a few minutes left. Unfortunately Jamie Buchan scored immediately afterwards for Peterhead to dampen any thought of a comeback. 

Edited by partickthedog
unfortunately cannot spell unfortunately

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10 hours ago, partickthedog said:

You are indeed correct. Bobby Linn was helped by some generous defending by Grant Murray.

The amazing Dorrans goal had the potential to be more than a consolation, as it brought the score to 1-2 with a few minutes left. Unfortunately Jamie Buchan scored immediately afterwards for Peterhead to dampen any thought of a comeback. 

That was a grim match in another grim period of our history.

Almost added another grim there.

Oops, just did!

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3 hours ago, Jaggernaut said:

That was a grim match in another grim period of our history.

Almost added another grim there.

Oops, just did!

Only thing that was not grim that night was Grim Dorrans

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49 minutes ago, East Kent Jag II said:

Took a lot of stick from other club's supporters during the Hard Times,  Just had to grim and bear it....

Yep, lots of grimaces going around then (as last season, and the one before that).

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