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Live - Sunday's CIS Cup Final

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Good afernoon and welcome to our coverage of the Co-operative Insurance Cup final at a sun-kissed Hampden.

Favourites Rangers take on St Mirren looking to secure the first leg of what could be a domestic treble.

The Buddies, appearing in their first cup final for 23 years, are aiming to give their fans something to cheer.

BBC Scotland has online, radio and television coverage of the final and we want your thoughts on the action as it unfolds! news.bbc.co.uk/sport1/hi/foo...



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comment by scotbot (U2478811)

posted Mar 21, 2010

@joeboldocks (U9978074)

Well ... It's great that you're happy about being played off the park for 90 minutes and having two players sent off for indiscipline to boot.

But winning against a dreadful St Mirren side isn't really anything to be proud of, whatever the circumstances of the victory.

At least the buddies aren't threatened with administration.

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posted Mar 21, 2010

Can you imagine the cries of CONSPIRACY if those sending offs had happened to septc?

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posted Mar 21, 2010

Mowbray still has his loan deals to boast about

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posted Mar 21, 2010

Just hold on a minute.

Timmy will be in his room right now figuring out how the Establishment fixed this fixture.

I'm sure they will come up with something. They never disappoint.

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posted Mar 21, 2010

We're not worried what you think Shcotbot. We have the trophies, all of them, you've got NOWT.

Now away and sook up to Liewell.

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comment by mem (U1256664)

posted Mar 21, 2010

Scotbot you will find Rangers are not threatened with administration, yes they have a high debt, but there is a plan in place for paying it off, which means all the profits etc go towards that and not players etc, what will you have to use ammo when the debt is cleared and we are still winning trophies? After today you can't say the refs are helping Rangers,

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posted Mar 21, 2010

Oh and BTW Shcotbot Rangers aren't threatened with administration.

Don't believe all the garbage you read in your comics. Rangers have more assets and value than the rest of the Scottish Football put together.

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comment by candre (U4735613)

posted Mar 21, 2010

"Looking at the Wilson sending off, he is not last man"

What a silly comment. Learn the laws of the game. It's nothing to do with last man. The applicable law is about preventing a clear goal scoring opportunity. Had he not been pulled back going into the box Dargo had a clear shot on goal long before the other Rangers defender could get across.

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posted Mar 21, 2010

THE DEATH OF SCOTTISH FOOTBALL HAS ARRIVED!

Dear God the league should just stop. First of all, well done Rangers. Good goal too. However...

Gus MacPhearson and his men should have retired to the dressing room and committed suicide after that defeat. Of course, they'd probably not have managed it. Even with a couple extra men helping them out.

That Rangers team was shocking, utterly shocking in Europe. They have regrouped well and are fit and workmanlike. But still... They can't be beaten by St. Mirren with 2 extra men? We suck. And by we I mean Scotland. I can't handle it. Rangers should just play themselves and their reserve side 36 times a year.

P.S. In fairness to Rangers, I like the fact they have a few Scots in the team. Viva the financial crisis!

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posted Mar 22, 2010

St Mirren had the whole of Scottish football behind them and they let everybody down. Thats three cup ties in the last few weeks against Rangers and they failed to score one solitary goal. Had the match gone to extra time Saints would have still failed to score against the nine men and Rangers would have won on penalties like they always do. And as for Gus McPhersons comments that the nine men worked in Rangers' favour - words fail me! You blew it Saints when you could have stopped an undeserved treble and I hope you get relegated now - you deserve it.

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