Morning, brothers. Good night last night? Aye? Have a good time? Out for a nice wee meal with the girlfriend was it? Family there too? Saw your new wee cousin for the first time after? Smashin. Glad to hear mother and baby are doing well. Ah, you were out at the cinema too? Deadpool? Naw, no my sort of film. Wanted something else but it's 2016 and your choice is still the Coen Brothers and some Charlie Kaufmann shite. Aye, it is getting stagnant, aye. Naw cannae dae this small talk build-up any longer. Let's get right to it:
Wes Foderingham has been pretty good lately, and here's some kind words on the matter from GTBFO-follower Davie Weir.
GTBFO was very much behind the suggestion that we should move for Stewart, so we're pleased to see the club intends to make a move in summer, when he'll have a year left on his contract. He's not been quite as good this season, but the club will have been watching him and it looks like a goer.
Anyway, you get the idea.
Which is not really much, perhaps, but still. It's nice to see the city shaking off some old stereotypes. GTBFO noticed this story at number two in the Glasgow Evening Times' most popular stories of the day. If you're interested in what numbers 1, 3, 5, 7, 9, 10, 12 and 13 said, they were: "Pensioner dies in Glasgow nightclub", "Police appeal for help tracing missing teenage girl last seen in Glasgow", "Parkhead in lockdown after neighbours tell of shock after man is killed during bust-up", "Man killed after school bus collided with van", "Four taken to hospital with serious injuries following crash", "Man carrying knife takes woman hostage in restaurant", "Man found dying in street named" and "Scot arrested for deliberately spreading HIV."