Graeme Souness has been mentioned or cited more than a hundred times throughout all the RSS channels we monitor. Especially, the channel 'Blogposts | The Guardian' contains more than a dozen references to this person (or maybe different people with similar names) alone. As it’s displayed on the chart below, Graeme Souness was highly popular in November, 2016.
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[...] we did things in Ayrshire. Then there was the summer afternoon at Somerset Park. If it wasn't Graeme Souness's first domestic game as Rangers' manager, it was one of the first. Post-match the new [...]
[...] his refusal to cow-tow to the Old Firm, the fact he was allegedly “gubbed” by Rangers' boss Graeme Souness and Celtic gaffer Billy McNeill. Today, the fans with lap tops are just that, too-busy [...]
[...] read: Alan Rough; Sandy Jardine, Alex McLeish, Willie Miller, Danny McGrain; Gordon Strachan, Graeme Souness, Archie Gemmill, John Robertson; Kenny Dalglish, Joe Jordan. Right, the 22 players named [...]
[...] squad – Leighton or Rough in-goal; Miller, Alex McLeish, Hansen, David Narey in defence; Graeme Souness, John Wark, Gordon Strachan and Asa Hartford in midfield; Kenny Dalglish, Stevie Archibald [...]
[...] and 1955 and his brace in 1953 is the most scored by a Scot in the fixture at Wembley. Graeme Souness, in 1986, is the only Scotland captain to have scored at Wembley. Bobby Lennox, in 1967, [...]
[...] through red white an blue specs. Then cometh the fall-out, and, first out of the traps was Graeme Souness, calling for Rangers to spend, spend, spend in an effort to close the gap. Given it was [...]
[...] -pulling and barging we see at so-many free-kicks and corners into the box, you know. I SEE Graeme Souness, the man who must take a large part of the blame for the decline of Scottish football over [...]