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I think thats a bit different, in particular because of the obvious affiliation. Who's it going to alienate? Maybe the odd rangers fan on the coast who can't separate the two and is going to get worked up over something so small? Is that really worth consideration?it's just that Paradise will alienate some fans the way Melb City wanting to call themselves and fans "Citizens" pissed off eveyone who wasn't a Man City fan; ie, most Melb City fans.
Aye not gonna lie I was not best pleased but have come round to it. I understand why we are going with it and how it works for CCM.
I just hope they don’t use the song Run To Paradise on match days because of what the song means.
I’d be happy with Run to Paradise, it’s a great song and Mark Gable’s explanation of the meaning behind it seems pretty groundedWalking along Collaroy Beach, armed with a cassette tape, Choirboys singer Mark Gable was unknowingly working on what would become one of the biggest hits to come out of Australia. For many Australians, Run to Paradise is as well-known as the national anthem, and let’s face it, more of us...www.wsfm.com.au
Walking along Collaroy Beach, armed with a cassette tape, Choirboys singer Mark Gable was unknowingly working on what would become one of the biggest hits to come out of Australia. For many Australians, Run to Paradise is as well-known as the national anthem, and let’s face it, more of us...www.wsfm.com.au