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 Cheese Watchers, Faecal Plugs and "Dundee United" in Nigeria
Topic Originator: Stanza  
Date:   Tue 25 Jun 19:10

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 Re: Cheese Watchers, Faecal Plugs and "Dundee United" in Nigeria
Topic Originator: 1970par  
Date:   Tue 25 Jun 19:24

There are probably lots of expressions that are used similarly in Scottish/British Football that are as relevant

“Hibs’ed it” = not winning a major trophy for an extended period of time

“Early doors” = at the start of the match (what does doors refer to?)

“Headless Chicken” = James Vincent (also known as Turkey) a player who runs around a lot without actually accomplishing anything

Must be hundreds of metaphors used in our game that you hear every week but don’t accredit it as being a strange saying
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 Re: Cheese Watchers, Faecal Plugs and "Dundee United" in Nigeria
Topic Originator: veteraneastender  
Date:   Tue 25 Jun 21:10

“Hibs’ed it” = not winning a major trophy for an extended period of time

Maybe that should be "Pars'd it - seeing as Hibs now have 4 major honours since we won the cup in '68 ?
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