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Hibernian v Rangers
Saturday 27th December 2014 - KO 12.15pm
|Queen of the South
With off the field matters again taking priority in recent days, usually a return to Ibrox for the actual football helps take our mind off such tiresome matters while, in December, allowing us to enjoy the company of friends and fellow bears ahead of the Christmas festivities. Unfortunately, with only two wins in our last six games, it's not only the boardroom that fans have turned their attentions to but the dressing room. Quite simply, all politics aside, the performance of the manager and his players have been nothing short of a disgrace with only a good win in the Scottish Cup at home to Kilmarnock to get excited about for our fans.
After our site review of Rangers: The Blue Bear Rises earlier this month, SDMC Productions have now been in touch to say the DVD will now be released early next week. This means we now have our final competition of 2014 for a full DVD copy of the documentary.
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Some famous names have an association with Dumfries. David Coulthard and Kirsty Wark, who were both born in the town, are familiar faces in the modern era, however a glimpse into the past reminds us that John Hume, a musician in the band on the ill-fated Titanic, grew up in the town, and the Bard himself, Robert Burns, spent the last five years of his life here.Add a comment