I stand corrected, my English teacher obviously wisnae as good as Mr. Macaleese, think we called him squeekI was also at Ainslie Park and had a very good English teacher called Mr Macaleese; good but very strict. Your first example of "club's" can refer to both an abbreviation and to possession. Your second, "clubs' " can refer to possession of more than one club (plural, of course). I don't think it was Mr Macaleese who inspired me to become a teacher of English but the language hasn't changed that much.
I'm not comparing the 2.Disagree. One/two/three attention seeking bams does not reflect on the club- or the support for that matter. An entire stand singing sectarian songs reflect the support and the club very well. The two are not comparable, no matter what the succulent lamb purveyors and consumers regard.
What indeed..."the boy done good " "we done our best " "we was robbed" also stadiums instead of stadia, and while I'm at it why do commentators insist on saying things like "He just about kept the ball in"Oh for feck sake sorry wtf have i started
When it comes with folk demanding we close sections of the stand or for us to be made an example of. Then this is worse.What's worse?Being talked about in negative terms?Or not being talked about?