Poll: SNP general election support reaches 46%, Labour on 30%

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1425037577-342Please keep in mind you can join me here for on Scot2Scot Edinburgh West as we try and remove https://www.facebook.com/groups/S2SEdinburghWest/ If you live in another area of Scotland you can find your area here http://www.scot2.scot/index.php/directory The aim is to remove Liberal Democrat Mike Crockart who voted for Austerity, Trident and the Bedroom Tax. We must get Michelle Thomson from the SNP into power for my region, find out who is in your region in the 2nd link above. For Scotland to get Home Rule we must get as many SNP members into Westminster and Holyrood. The polls, to be fair were on the mark before the 2014 referendum and if the polls stay as they are just now Labour (Red Tories) could have less than 5 seats at Holyrood after the General Election in a few months. Lets make sure we are informed and we inform others. Vote SNP and…

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Beaton to referee Celtic v Aberdeen

Originally posted on FootyFanatic:

John Beaton referee 2014-15 The potential title decider in Glasgow will be Beaton’s 14th Premiership game of the season

JOHN Beaton has been appointed as the referee for the Scottish Premiership top-two clash between Celtic and Aberdeen this weekend.

The 33-year-old will take charge as champions and current leaders Celtic host the second-placed Dons at midday on Sunday (live on Sky Sports).

He will be assisted at Celtic Park by linesmen Alasdair Ross and Frank Connor while the fourth official will be John McKendrick.

Beaton – from Motherwell in North Lanarkshire – only officiated Celtic three weeks ago in their 2-0 victory over Dundee in the Scottish Cup.

In that Dens Park tie, he became the first referee in Scotland to use the…

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5 Things we Learned: Celtic Vs. Inter Milan

Originally posted on Kevin McCluskie:

Celts Are HereDeila’s Team has Come of Age

Celtic’s performance over both legs against Inter Milan was almost unrecognisable from the embarrassing and shoddy displays against Legia and Maribor at the start of the season.  So bad were the performances in those ties that a significant number of fans and media ‘experts’ were prematurely calling for Deila’s dismissal, stating that the job of managing Celtic was clearly too big for him.  While they were worrying days, and difficult as it was at the time to think positively, it should be remembered that Deila was at the very early stages of imposing a new football philosophy on a team that had possibly had it too easy under Neil Lennon.  Deila was not brought in to carry on Lennon’s work but to take the club to a higher level, by playing a more modern game.  This was always going to take time.

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Bampots Utd gets ready for its first fund raiser !

Hi every1 its with great pleasure a would like to announce to us all our first fund raiser for a 6 page add in the National Scotland’s newest newspaper for the low price of £1800 we can present Pats book Fear And Smear to the nation ,

As yous all know pat has blogged heart and soul for us on a whole host of topics Celtic Sevco and Indy related and brought great joy and laughter to us via his witty writing style the main aim would be to see if we can get the book in to the charts on Monday a will add the link to donate .

if any1 else wants to try there hand at writing a book about anything just see Pat for advice remember the mission of the bampots is to create and inspire literature  it doesn’t have to be  a 500 page book a short story a dozen poems and so on start small then build for a bigger 1 after you gain a little experience of it “If you feel destroyed by negative energy I think the best thing to do is let creation be your remedy.”

we were destroyed by negative energies by the noers but via creation we can rebuild and win !

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Everton drawn against Dynamo Kiev

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The draw for the last 16 of the Europa League was made at noon and for Everton its a trip to conflict-torn Ukraine after being drawn against Dynamo Kiev.

Roberto Martinez’s side will host the first leg on 12 March at Goodison Park before travelling the following week (19 March).

Everton are England’s last remaining club in the Europa League after Liverpool, Tottenham exited the competition on Thursday.

Celtic also bowed out to Inter Milan.

The winners of the 27 May final in Warsaw earn a Champions League spot.

Defending champions Sevilla were paired with La Liga rivals Villarreal while another highlight of the draw was an all-Italian clash between Fiorentina and Roma.

Europa League last-16 draw

Everton v Dynamo Kiev
Zenit Saint Petersburg v Torino
Villarreal v Sevilla
Club Brugge v Besiktas
Dnipro Dnipropetrovsk v Ajax
Wolfsburg v Inter Milan
Napoli v Dynamo Moscow
Fiorentina v Roma

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So who is going to watch FIFA World Cup 2022?

Originally posted on Introducing Generation Unlimited:

So this world cup is turning into a bit of a mess. The country hosting it is too hot to host humans and the season they want to move it to is too competitive to stand out. I love soccer!  Love it, love it, love it! For me the FIFA World Cup was an event I liked forward to every four years during the months of June and July. This would gave me time to say goodbye to the European Club leagues and the Champions League. Moving the World Cup to November December is a bad move for many reasons:
•American Sports are in season. This might not seem like much to the rest of the world but it’s a big deal. Sporting giants like College Football, NBA games and NFL showcases take precedence in the United States. Trying to capture that audience will be difficult. I would go ahead…

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Backdoor Politics…Scotland attempts to create a new ID card based upon NHS registration

Originally posted on Melon Farmers Blog:

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UK ID Card 2009 Government proposals to expand the National Health Service Central Register (NHSCR) will pave the way for a national ID register in Scotland. The proposals have been made public in a little-known consultation that closes at the end of February. Digital rights campaigners, the Open Rights Group (ORG) believe that the consultation is flawed, misleading and could fundamentally change the relationship between citizen and state.

Open Rights Group Executive Director, Jim Killock said:

Government proposals that jeopardise our right to privacy need proper consideration. The SNP rejected a national ID register when the UK government tried to introduce ID cards. These proposals could pave the way for a similar scheme in Scotland and are being introduced without a proper debate by the public or MSPs.

Most Scottish citizens already have a unique identity number in the NHS system. This plan…

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Owen Coyle and Houston Dynamo. A match made in heaven?

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Good luck to Owen from every1 at bampots utd !

Originally posted on Hipster Manager:

Eyebrows were raised last December when former Wigan Athletic manager Owen Coyle accepted the position of head coach at MLS side Houston Dynamo. Coyle’s reputation in England may not be what it was once was during his halcyon Burnley days, but nobody… Read More at…

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Celtic bow out of Europa League with Pride intact

Originally posted on Glasgow Celtic Chat:

B-y6ZQIWwAAQP1WStanding ovation at the end

The question was asked before this tie ‘How far have Ronny’s Celtic came’ The answer is very far. I know many are gutted but for me I can’t be more proud of my team tonight. We controlled the game for long spells and we did so with 10 men. Gordon was man of the match and Van Dijk was very unlucky to see red. Gary Mackay-Steven was through on 7 minutes and should have scored a few minutes later Armstrong was pulled in the box for what I thought was a penalty. Lets just say the ref was very poor tonight, he cost us badly

When we went down to 10 men on 35 minutes we feared the worst but credit to Ronny and his players they never buckled, in the end it took the spectacular to beat Craig Gordon who was just superb tonight. Celtic had…

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