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It’s Grim Up North!

Obviously Dumbarton's magnificent victory in the Scottish Cup overshadowed any other matches taking place this week. However it is worth noting that Celtic had a very good home victory against Benfica, Rangers escaped with a fairly respectable 2-0 defeat from the Nou Camp and last night Aberdeen were a shade unlucky only to draw against a slick moving Locomotiv Moscow side who played in a strip (half red half green!) that was worse than the worst ever hideous jumper you got as a Christmas present as a child.

I watched the game take place on my 42" plasma screen from the comfort of my centrally heated lounge. As I observed the howling North Sea gale and wintery blizzards I feared for the safety of the Tomahawk Kid. TK if you read this, did you survive? and if so have you thawed out yet?

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