Tin Foil Hats At The Ready
New week, new show and a new guest. Royal One Radio headed back to the comfort of The Park Bar again to record this weeks show. We’ve been a bit all over the shop of late however we’re finishing the season strong by bringing in some fresh faces. Mark O’Neil joined us who, as many of you won’t know, is the world’s 15th favourite O’Neil, beaten by O’Neil’s the pub and Sam O’Neil of Jurassic Park/Event Horizon fame (we know, we know, it’s Sam Neil, it’s one of those horrible “in” jokes).
As the season draws to an end, we’re almost certain as to how things will pan out;
Hamilton will be relegated unless they decide to stage a dirty protest on the last day of the season and refuse to give up their place.
Motherwell face Celtic in The Scottish Cup final.
Rangers vs Celtic on Easter Sunday will be a blood bath.
On the subject of the Old Firm, last night it was revealed that Neil Lennon was sent a parcel bomb back in March. Just when you thought things couldn’t get any more ridiculous, some spanner has plucked that one out his arse as a way to paint Rangers fans in a complimentary light;
“Ho! Dazza! Wur aw gettin’ called sectarian an that. Everyone pure ‘hinks we hate Kafflicks an that.”
“Aye man, it’s pure daft. We need tae dae sumfin’ that shows us for the gid guys wi hearts of gold that we are.”
“Howz aboot a bomb tae Neil Lennon?”
“AYE MAN! THAT’S JUST CRAZY ENOUGH TO WORK!”
As deplorable as this nonsense is, Celtic fans (and every other fan) needs reminded that this doesn’t mean you’re squeaky clean. Scottish football is rotten to the core and every single person at every level, from the fans to the men running the game at a national level need to start being pro-active in fighting this shite head on.
Think that’s crazy? Well, on the show we’ve got plenty more wild theories and conspiracies for you. There’s the usual recap of the weekends action – fantastic wins for Motherwell and incredibly, Hamilton – plus a look ahead to the weekends fixtures.
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