“I have a goal to try and make it work to where it’s sustainable,” he says later, “but I want to keep playing wherever we can regardless of the financial situation and just adjust what we need to do on our end to make it work. I try to keep it real simple, and it’s getting to where I think it’ll be good. Certain things, like playing festivals, take years to open up..
The defense said that when Luch took the revolver and pulled the trigger twice on Sept. 28, 2010, it was a crime of passion. Luch has testified that the gun “just went off” as the couple fought over suspicions of Jocelyn’s infidelity. That’s because the Sixers aren’t the only team watching a plan come to fruition. Theirs has been more dramatic and, for good reason, subject to much more scrutiny. But Boston’s is just as calculated.
But two stewards made an unsuccessful attempt to haul in the Green Brigade banner with five minutes to kick off but it was quickly replaced with We’ve Still Got The Bottle.Their piece de resistance was another sizeable Rapid crest with Conmen stamped through the middle, designed to be ripped in two by the eager mob, who duly obliged.The man entitled more than most to bear a grudge was Peter Grant, who played in 1984, but he was a class act as he marched over to the Rapid dugout when the teams emerged down the tunnel to thrust out a hand for Peter Pacult to happily shake.Coach Grant could have been forgiven for reaching for the necks of his defence when Jelavic fired his side in front as it all threatened to turn ugly.Jelavic celebrated in the corner of the ground where Weinhofer had writhed so theatrically all those years ago but wisely chose not to linger.Perhaps he had seen the trackside advert for Nike boots advising the punters to Choose Your Weapons Wisely. The biggest concern was caused by Rapid fans, shoehorned into a corner of the ground, as they threatened to spill on to the track.Police and stewards raced in to form a luminous yellow barrier as at least one supporter was carted off for a night’s bed and breakfast at London Road.Earlier, Rapid’s team bus had pulled up outside Parkhead to a cacophony of boos as two dozen police and stewards kept a watchful eye.Really, they needn’t have bothered. Forget Hans Krankl, the reaction couldn’t have been more pantomime had The Krankies emerged carrying the Austrian kit hamper.A cry of “cheats, cheats, cheats” rang out from a couple of hundred Celtic fans as one hardy Rapid supporter leaned over the barrier and appeared to spit out an ear splitting, abridged version of the Iron Maiden back catalogue in German as players smiled and waved.Erm, any chance of a translation? “Sure,” said Adam Reine, a 53 year old auditor from Vienna.