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It’s Tom C day!

12 Dec

Guys want to be him, ladies just want him. Yes, it's our cut out n keep Tom C mask!

Yes folks, the wait is over! You’ve been waiting on tenterhooks but we know that you know that what the Tabloid promises: it delivers, and today’s the day! That’s right, it’s Tom C day! 

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A firm fans’ favourite young  Tom-C has been team captain, midfield linchpin and chief gum bumper for supporters football team FC Livingston JLS ever since he founded the club back in 1984.

With an eye for the ladies and sweet line in chat young Tom C  is never found wanting for company.

Wind down

Surprisingly, for such an audacious talent, Tom C likes to relax of an evening with a chilled glass or two of Shipwrecked 1907 Heidsieck as he watches re-runs of past victories over fellow Livi fans side L’OL.

Never one to seek the limelight, Tom C shies away from the highlife. He’d much prefer to starch his large collection of authentic ‘Woody’ checked shirts. You’ll have to be up early to catch Tom C not at his best!

Be him!

Proud Peggy and John C, yesterday

Now you can be Tom C too with our special edition cut out n keep Tom C boat race mask!*

Simply click on the above  pic, print out the mask, cut around the dotted lines, insert a piece of string through the holes either side of his head and you’ll have passers-by swooning at your cheeky cockney good looks in no time!

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Livi ease to victory as Barr punishes poor Raith

10 Dec

Livingston returned to winning ways this afternoon with a, despite the close scoreline, comfortable victory against bottom side Raith Rovers at Starks Park.

Goal 

Central defender Craig Barr scored the game’s only goal after 56 minutes when he strongly headed home a Fotheringham corner. Raith will be disappointed that Barr found himself unmarked on the six yard line but he did well to react to defender Grant Murray’s unintended flick on to head smartly beyond the outstretched McGurn in goal.

Strong start

Livi started the game on the front foot and created the first scoring chance with barely sixty seconds on the clock. A neat ball inside by Bobby Barr gave Marc McNulty the opportunity to shimmy away from his marker into space in the box. Unfortunately for the teenage striker he was unable to keep his shot down and fired well wide.

Livi were dominating possession but couldn’t quite find a way through the Fifers stubborn back line.

Close call 

After forty minutes though Raith had a let off when an out swinging Fotheringham corner was met powerfully by Craig Barr who really should have done better than to head narrowly wide of McGurns left post.

They didn’t learn the set piece lesson and were punished when Craig Barr gave Livi a deserved lead with his headed goal eleven minutes into the second half.

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Gordon MacDougall tells all!

1 Dec

McRaw, in happier times

The other day, writes a Tabloid reporter, the Tabloid brought you the shocking news of the sudden disappearance of  tvLIVI operative Stewart McRaw, 50, who apparently threw his toys out the pram after being denied the opportunity of a half time cup of tea during last Saturdays match versus Ross County at the BMC.

Well to do 

So in an attempt to locate the absent lollipop sucking video coadjutant the Tabloid sought out the advice of Morningside based Livi FC chairman Gordon MacDougall.

Gordon MacDougall, yesterday

5ft 1inch MacDougall, 85, warmly ushered our reporter into his strangely crowded front room and informed him that he was sick with worry at McRaws self enforced absence. When pressed on if he had any idea as to where McRaw could be MacDougall looked straight at our man with those sad, faraway eyes of his and said “who?”

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A tale of two teams

29 Nov
Chaz T, Tom C, Chinese and Mutter, yesterday

Livi supporters have been used to a rich diet of success over the past couple of years as back to back league championships have catapulted their team back into the First Division.

And with the ‘big’ teams success still fresh in their minds two groups of young fans have made the transition from the terracing to the pitch by forming football teams as they too strive to take on the best that opposition supporters teams can throw at them.

Step forward ‘FC Livingston JLS’ (JLS) and ‘L’Olympique Lion’ (LOL).

Good looking

JLS have gone from strength to strength; hammering LOL in the inauguration Stadium Cup four nil at the BMC and picking up best newcomers in the prestigious World Cup of Internet Supporters Teams which is held bi-annually in Cleethorpes, England every June.

 Fair to middling

LOL, unfortunately, have suffered a terrible run of results. Their record to date is played twenty lost twenty, several of them by double figures.

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