Celtic Diary Monday April 2: Wanted: Dead or Alive

There appears to be some sort of bet between the less intelligent footballers in Scotland to see which one of them ends Scott Browns season, or indeed career.

Whether its jealousy, or perhaps his refusal to continue to represent Scotland, or even his arrogant swagger after one particular attempt that has brought this about is unclear, but conspiracies aoart, there does seem to be a bit of an open season on the Celtic captain.

Some are accusing bounty hunter Levein van Cleef of starting the hunt, but thats unlikely as we hear even his own players don’t listen to a word he says.

When even the panel on BBC Scotlands Sportscene condemn a tackle on a Celt, you know its a bad one, and both Stephen Thompson and michael Stewart pulled no punches last night, each calling for an extended ban for Ross County vigilante Andrew Davies.

Mind you, the Herald didn’t go off message. Their photographer captured this..

If the Compliance Officer can lift his head from the investigation that appears to be taking up all his time, you know the one, then perhaps he will look into the assault on Brown.

Whatever else is uncertain, we can be sure  that Brown will win not the Players Player of the year award, unless Celtic players votes count double.

Calum MacGregor, the unsung hero of the Celtic midfield, reckons that opponents are wasting their time hunting down his captain..

“It’s obviously not working, is it?”

“They keep getting boys sent off. Maybe they are trying to target him and wind him up, but you can see the mature side of him. He is just trying to play his game and it ends up that they make the mistake, end up getting sent off and their team gets punished because of it.

He’s got a point, but there is a worry that sooner or later one of these tackles will have the desired effect, and that in itself is unacceptable. A less mentally strong player would be initmidated, but Brown doesn’t have that problem. However, one of these times he is bound to react.

He wouldn’t be human if he didn’t.

Could it be that in order to prevent a second successive treble , certain players have decided that there’s less chance of Celtic achieving this if Brown isn’t on the field ? Naive.

Especially as Stuart Armstrong seems to have rediscovered his love for the game, and looks like he would step into the void created by any injury to Brown. This could be down to a number of factors, including a loss of confidence after the England game at Hampden-he blamed himself for Englands equaliser, the pressure of studying for his law degree, his recent surgery, or even  the rocketing  prices of hair highlights in Glasgow.

We’ll see how he gets on, and hopefully he’s back to his best, and this time signs a contract that allows the ink to dry before it expires.

Its nearly time for the transfer window to open again, and the latest Celt tipped to fly through it is Scott Bain, although he’s technically not a Celt, both the club and the player want to make his loan permanent, but there will be competition from English giants Stoke City and Wolverhampton Wanderers.

That should be a tricky one for him, although his agent will be dropping hints and showing him pictures of fast cars, big houses and the delightful architecture in both midland towns.

Actually, to put him off Wolves simply make him drive around the ring road in the city centre there, once would be enough, and it’ll keep him occupied for weeks.

To put him off Stoke is more difficult, but if he pops into the nearby aldi on match day, he too, can wait fucking weeks to get home because  the access road to the stadium, on the quickest way to my house,  is  closed as a matter of routine.

No, I don’t know why either. Though you should have seen the look on one stewards face when he held his hand up to stop me, and I told him to “fuck off ” as I went past.

Further down the road, I had to use the excuse I worked in the pub just past the stadium, and that seemed to suffice. Thats because stewards are idiots.

Anyway, Bain will be offered a deal at Celtic, and thats that.

Kristoffer Ajer will get a pay rise, and possibly even a much extended deal, and there’s talk of others being tied down as well.

As for new faces, we hear a building company has been asked to quote the club on extending the dressing room, so i wouldn’t be too sure about anyone actually leaving.

Apart from Boyata, that is. But he’s wanted out for a while.

In other news..

Celtic scout VVV Venlo striker

Thats not a typo, and the source doesn’t have a stutter, thats the name of the club.

Although the player concerned, Lennart Thy, is actually on loan from Werder Bremen. He;s scored seven goals this season, and I’d no idea why he’s been scouted.

But then I remembered Celtic signed Marvin Comperr from that part of the world, and perhaps one can begin to see the connection.

There’s a cracking article over on The Football Life which looks in depth at this years Hampden Ibrox axis attempt to secure a European licence for whichever entity will be operating out of Ibrox once they realise they can’t keep the lights on over the summer.

football life

after explaining the how’s, what’s and why’s , it concludes;

In short, Rangers need to do two things to obtain a UEFA Licence for season 2018/19:

Get their accounts audited

Provide far more detail of their financials

Which means the next query must, of course, be the timescale. The SFA’s guide for this is viewable at https://www.scottishfa.co.uk/media/2881/scottish-fa-club-licensing-manual-2018.pdf and, specifically, we’ll look at page 78. Rangers must provide everything by 6th April. Licence Applications are then discussed and given the yay or nay before the end of the month so the SFA have until the 30th April to make a decision. For them to make a decision, Rangers must have any supplemental details to them by the 23rd. Any appeal against a decision would be between 5th and 25th May before UEFA receive the final list of decisions on 31st May.

Quite simply, Rangers are working to an exceptionally tight deadline of which there is no guarantee they can meet. My expectation would be that they would be rejected at first and use the additional time to get their ducks in order in terms of administration and be passed on appeal. After all, there is nothing in this article that suggests the club should be simply denied beyond all doubt – it is simply a case that they have not got things sorted quickly enough (likely due to the ramifications of the Takeover Panel legal wrangle). They don’t fail on break-even regulations because of the nature of the loans propping the club up (although, were an auditor to not see the club as a going concern, that would be another matter) – they simply need to get their accounts audited and get those audited financials to the SFA as soon as possible. This, I expect, takes longer than the four working days between here and the first deadline, but should be doable in the 6-7 weeks the appeals process would offer.

The concern would, then be, if the club is a going concern and, based on previous accounts and legal action, etc, I would expect them to be asked to provide their forecast through to the end of season 18/19 to pass this element of the regulations.

Rangers have plenty of hoops to jump through and not much time to do it. They will receive a UEFA Licence more likely than not but they must sort their administrative side out pretty quickly to ensure they get it as, right now, they would not get one.

They have had plenty of time to get this all together. Everyone would appreciate it if they could do so imminently. 

We’ll see. But thats because this time we’re all keeping an eye on them.

One does wonder if we should ask Celtic PLC to reassure us that they are quite confident that the SFA will handle this matter according to the rules.

Later today, around noon o’clock, Timposter  will peruse that matter on this site, and he has a startling, and yet obvious conclusion that doesn’t seem to have occured to anyone else yet. Have a read at noon.

 

Yesterday was April fools Day, and to cheer us up on a wet and windy bank holiday Monday, lets  look back at the all time  classic windup..

Even that was more likely to be true than this, to be fair..

So, exciting news: I’ve been asked by both and to lead the teams out of the tunnel at the next derby game in honour of the part I’ve played in battling bigotry. Big moment. 

Unfortunately, it was an April fools, and there’s me having already bought a pint of Holy Water for her to throw at the “rangers ” players.

And  this would be good…

Delighted to have accepted an offer to provide home match, half time, entertainment at Celtic Park for the 2018-19 season. Dream come true!

 Not sure of this one, right enough..

This is no wind up though…and kind of puts our whinging about the occasional trip up north into perspective..

The longest away trip in the world took place today as Baltika Kaliningrad travelled about 10,000 km to meet Luch Vladivostok in the second division in Russia. The gamed ended 0-0, of course. 

They must have the same level of organisational skills as we do in Scotland.

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Yesterday, you considered this…

Paul Cochrane April 1, 2018 at 9:15 am · Edit · Reply →

Andrew Davies checks footage of his tackle on Brown before admitting both his feet may have left the ground. 

Today…

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tony carlin
2 years ago

SFA president commutes to the offices at Hampden

Mike Annis
2 years ago

Caption. Sevco version 3 preparing for the opening game of the season and their new entrance song……Lets do the Time Warp again.

Honeybhoy
2 years ago
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It’s just a jump to the left…
And then a step to the right…

Daziekanowski's nightclub child
2 years ago

Caption: The new SFA chief is nearly in place

D'Fhinnein Mick
2 years ago

RALPH

Wolverhampton might be a nightmare,canny disagree. But it’s a Godsend for Scots living further south.

Come off the M6 to the M54,first junction south on A449 through Wolverhampton and A4123 through Dudley straight on to M5 at J2.

Result,misses the world’s worst bottleneck at Birmingham.

As for the caption,that’s Glibby trying to get Sevco to fly,innit?

D'Fhinnein Mick
2 years ago

Btw,is it Calimero proving he CAN fly?

jimmybee
2 years ago
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2 years ago
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2 years ago
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2 years ago
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2 years ago
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2 years ago
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Charlie Saiz
2 years ago
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Bravest of the brave.

Dulce et Decorum est

Monti
2 years ago
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Certainly braver than your fellow squaddies intimidating women & kids on Ireland’s streets.

Charlie Saiz
2 years ago
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Indeed though it has to be said I never seen a single incident of that among my colleagues at the time.
I won’t speak of or defend anyone else who has or did.
Disgusting behaviour.

BJF
2 years ago

Sorry Ralph was that another April Fool when you tried to imply living in Stoke was better than Wolverhampton, I mean have you ever met anyone who lives in Stoke? Knuckle draggers would be two steps up the evolutionary scale. Anyway solid performance on Saturday, Griff and Paddy getting game time and we need to dispose of Dundee on Wed though they have made a shrewd strengthening move by putting McCann in the stand, too near me for comfort. Saturday will be harder and certain players shouldn’t be risked on Hamilton’s trading pitch.

Noelskytrot
2 years ago

Apart from Brown’s footballing intelligence he’s an expert at drawing players into making rash tackles therefore diminishing the oppositions ability to keep 11 players on the field. In saying that, Davies tackle was a disgrace, do that in the street and your getting the nick for assault. I think McGregor is right when it comes to the POTY awards, not a lot of folk will vote for him, but I think many are jealous and wish they had a player of a similar mould in their respective teams. The victory at the WilliamDome a few weeks back shows you just how good Brown is when he gets right on it, William couldn’t match up to him.

Charlie Saiz
2 years ago

Oh diplodocus
Oh how ye shock us
Way yer 10 fit cockus

Charlie Saiz
2 years ago
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Derek Johnstone arrives at Clyde SSB swinging aff the end of Dave Kings chopper

Weered
2 years ago
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🙂

Noelskytrot
2 years ago

Sevco’s new defensive signing is flown into Murray Park to meet the press.

Charlie Saiz
2 years ago

We tune for the bank holiday

https://youtu.be/Gu2pVPWGYMQ

Noelskytrot
2 years ago

Caption…..Arlene Foster journeys to Glasgow for annual bigot festival.

Hoop hoop hooray
2 years ago

A new exhibitbit arrives st the museum to join the great auk. The dodo, the tasmanian tiger., the woolly mammoth, rangers fc, the black rhinoceros, the quagga, the pyrenhesn ibex, the sea mink and the Pints Island Tortoise.

charlie
2 years ago

wit e talkin aboot wee billy sais he seen a woooly mammoth last week

jimmybee
2 years ago

Caption: My last wish says the monster,let my fly over ibrokes and shite on the bastards below.

Charlie Saiz
2 years ago
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😉 Quality Jimmy

2 years ago

The daily record try to give some credibility to their “hilarious” Loch Ness Monster FC, April fool story. At least we think it was an April Fool – It`s hard to tell, when most of their sports news is made up pish! Said the ICT mascot, Lionel Nessie.

Una
2 years ago

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Monti is flown around the world to meet his dinosaur pals.

Weered
2 years ago
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All of the Megasaurarses are offended.. Sniff sniff

Monti
2 years ago
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I’d give it to Una……….the caption win that is.

Una
2 years ago
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Lol

Monti
2 years ago
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🙂 xx

Cortes
2 years ago

Davies, in my view, guaranteed himself a pint for life from Orcs of all shades of anti Celtic sentiment in Scotland. “There’s the guy that did Brown…”

Well, I hope that the cost is a good few dull ones over the years. “Enjoy this!…”

Devoy45
2 years ago

Winner!

Devoy45
2 years ago

Winner=Una’s caption

Monti
2 years ago
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Pish

Celtic Symphony
2 years ago

Caption.

As we wait,and wait…
‘ The Elephant In The Room ‘ has now became a dinosaur,for the SFA’s CO,’re Hun Uefa licence.

2 years ago

Caption
Michael mols wife ticks off a ride in a helicopter off her bucket list as she drops into the recent charity game

Honest Hoops
2 years ago

Caption; the new mascot is brought in, no minimum wage malarkey to deal with at ipox….

Monti
2 years ago

Caption: The compliance officer arrives with his findings, disguised in the ‘ Charlie Saiz ‘ ……..also known as the Dicklodocus.

Monti
2 years ago

Caption: The Una hraptor drops in to the Kyle files studio, London.

Mike
2 years ago

I see his blood upon the rose,
And in the stars of the glory of his eyes,
His body gleams amid eternal snows,
His tears fall from the skies.

I see his face in every flower,
The thunder and the singing of the birds,
Are but his voice-and carven by his power,
Rocks are written in his words.

All pathways by his feet are worn,
His strong heart stirs the ever-beaten sea,
His crown of thorns is twined with every thorn,
His cross is every tree.

Joseph Plunkett expresses his Christian Faith, in terms perhaps of sacrifice for the greater good for all.

Charlie Saiz
2 years ago

How glorious those men and women were to face Old Englands might
Defending hope with courage they rose and fought the fight
Outnumbered by over twenty to one they stood and faced the huns
Facing certain death and pain and the threat of Britannia’s guns
No ships ,no tanks and no reserves they stood for Ireland’s pride
With men like Connoly Pearce and Plunkett standing by their side
They took their place and stood their ground as history was made
The bravest of the bravest men the boys of the old brigade

Monti
2 years ago
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Charlie saiz,
How would your fellow Brutish Army colleagues down the legion feel about your pro IRA posts?

I think the nearest you got to the Army was the terries.

Monti
2 years ago
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Or Hotspur!

Monti
2 years ago
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Or Commando.

Charlie Saiz
2 years ago
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Never been in a Legion and have left that life well in the past.
But as an ex full time serviceman who has been on active service and been on the receiving end of an IRA attack I think l am qualified enough to evaluate the bravery of such men and women.
What others who who have served past or present think of that is of no interest to me whatsoever.
I reckon the nearest you ever got to serving your fellow countrymen was a 6 month stint in bar l for launching yer x box oot yer council flat windae after losing at Call of Duty on X Box live ya divot 😉

Charlie Saiz
2 years ago
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Test

Monti
2 years ago
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Failed!
Just like your regiment.

Charlie Saiz
2 years ago
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Cannot for the life of me remember my Regiments failing at anything set out before them.

Monti
2 years ago
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True i suppose they didn’t fail at losing out….

Monti
2 years ago
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Charlie Saiz,
I refuse to believe you were in the armed forces, i honestly believe you are a library ticket, reading stories by Andy McNob, convincing yourself you were a soldier.
Probaby with the full set of action men & accessories, up in your loft day & night with a tape recorder playing explosion sounds.
Do you have a cream mac?

Charlie Saiz
2 years ago
Reply to  Monti

If it gives you comfort believe what you want Luigi.
Sure we put this particular debate to bed a good while back when I made that wee video on YouTube ref “Commando”
Keep taking the tablets son and remember Call of Duty is for weans ya plum.

Mark Gillespie
2 years ago

Caption: Massive anteater flies in to take on gargantuan syringe holding skyscraper hostage.

Monti
2 years ago
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” syringe holding “?
Must be Dundee……

Puggy67
2 years ago

Caption: I meant play some Marc Bolan on the trip ya fud.

Charlie Saiz
2 years ago


Has the link to Gravatars/Wordpress been disabled now?
Be nice to have the old Avatar function back as it brightens up the comments section 😉

Monti
2 years ago
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Do you have a pic of a penis like?

Monti
2 years ago
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A selfie 🙂

Weered
2 years ago
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Monti… More like a photo booth size selfie

Monti
2 years ago
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🙂

Noelskytrot
2 years ago

As it’s Easter Monday and we remember the brave Irishmen and Irishwomen who fought the might of British imperialism in order to break the yoke that had them manacled to the Empire for far too long, an Empire that was built on the back of slaughter and blood, the efforts of those should never be forgotten

The Irish Republic must be made a word to conjure-with a rallying point for the disaffected, a haven for opressed, a point of departure for the socialist, enthusiastic in the cause of human freedom.

Marxist and revolutionary socialist, James Connolly.

Weered
2 years ago
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Noelskytrot… They were a special breed of people… Long gone but not forgotten and always held in the highest regard… Their work is nearly done… Hail Hail the warriors

Noelskytrot
2 years ago
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Indeed Wee Red. Brave as fuck. When you consider that three very small groups of Irish people decided to strike out against the might of the British Empire and as you’ll know mate, this was a colossal entity it shows you just how brave they were to do so. They should be praised from the plough to the stars. Inspiring individuals regardless of the outcome.

Rob O'Keeffe
2 years ago
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Correct Weered,posts from that half wit talking about the bravest of the brave etc are an abomination and extremely offensive considering his “past”.His “self imposed” exile from the Internet means he was in the jail or in a locked ward.Those who have welcomed this cretin back want to take a good look at themselves.God Bless All Ireland and SMH,LOL,IRL…..

Noelskytrot
2 years ago

It’s kicking off in the Creggan. RUC/PSNI getting it tight.

BJF
2 years ago

A memorable day for Irishmen and women. I remember Ihesrng I‘ Donovan Rossa’s Sister in a recording saying that the Dublin people spat on the volunteers as they were led to Kilmainham and the Cadtle as prisoners. So many Dubliners had relatives in the British army, as they did in the Second World War. Traditionally in Dublin, like Liverpool and Glasgow but not so much Belfast, the unemployed joined the forces. If the Brits had brains they would have slapped the prisoners wrists, given them a year in prison end off, but no they’executed them so they became martyrs and ensured the armed struggle would grow. Oddity enough the Unionists did the same thing by bringing in internment and effectively creating the Provisionals, of course there was more to both but they were both very poorjudgements. The reaction is always more telling than the action.

Noelskytrot
2 years ago

William is going into absolute rage over green boots again. With all the fuck ups going on at the William Dome you would think they would be firing their cannons at those who are taking the piss with their money, but no, they are going on about the colour of football boots. Are there any other fans in the footballing world who are more deserving of the title…thick, unintelligent morons?

Alzyerpal
2 years ago

Caption: Producers find that, for maximum effect, Godzilla would be better filmed after dark.

desdamoaner
2 years ago

…if I had the arse of a Brontosaurus I’d fly over Ibrox tomorrow……

BJF
2 years ago

Charlie, big fan of the Foggartys and Creedance especially Lodi. John Foggsrty is playing O2 this summer but no tour.I was in SN Francisco earlier this year on a bus tour and the driver was playing Proud Mary, he said “ Listening to them (Creedence) you think they were from the Bayou but they were born and raised across the bay in Berkeley,” another myth sunk!

Charlie Saiz
2 years ago
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Cool story bud I’ve always had a liking for their music.

Monti
2 years ago
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Prefer a brass band myself…..cough

Charlie Saiz
2 years ago
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The sight of them deid horses give you a ranger did it?

Charlie Saiz
2 years ago
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rager’

Weered
2 years ago
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Charlie Saiz… The British public cared more about the horse casualties than the human casualties….

Monti
2 years ago
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Charlie saiz,
What has brass bands got to do with horses?

Charlie Saiz
2 years ago
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Google Sefton “cough” 😉

FredDDobbs
2 years ago

see winnie finally made it hell

FredDDobbs
2 years ago
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to hell obviously

Noelskytrot
2 years ago
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Fred, Winnie who? Winnie the Pooh?

FredDDobbs
2 years ago
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you know winnie.

The BBC are wetting thier knickers about an epitaph. Its a black woman and hence the ultimate in all things good and awesome. However burning people to death during interogations and getting fines for child murdering have given the BBC a few issues. fucking brilliant.

Charlie Saiz
2 years ago
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Spot on Fred she was one twisted fuck that one.

Noelskytrot
2 years ago

Fred, for someone who purports to be a Tim your views on ethnic minorities seems rather skewed. Don’t you like people who’s genes produce a bit more melanin than what Europeans do?

FredDDobbs
2 years ago
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ethinc minorities? ffs now Ive heard it all. I think its your geography that seem rather skewed. Have a wee sit doon and a read at this

https://www.nytimes.com/1997/12/04/world/winnie-mandela-s-ex-bodyguard-tells-of-killings-she-ordered.html

Monti
2 years ago
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You are a complete Terry Fuckwit!

FredDDobbs
2 years ago
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Are there any murdering bastards you wont align youself with?

Monti
2 years ago
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The British

Noelskytrot
2 years ago
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I’m all about the progress of humanity Fred, and live and breathe it from one day to the next and so on.

Charlie Saiz
2 years ago
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Monti were you not born in Scotland?

Monti
2 years ago
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Nope!

Charlie Saiz
2 years ago
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Mars?

Monti
2 years ago

RIP WINNIE MANDELA

FredDDobbs
2 years ago
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In 1991, Winnie Mandela was convicted of kidnapping and being an accessory to assault,[4] but her six-year jail sentence was reduced to a fine and a two-year suspended sentence on appeal. In 1992 she was accused of ordering the murder of Dr. Abu-Baker Asvat, a family friend who had examined Seipei at Mandela’s house, after Seipei had been abducted but before he had been killed.[5] Mandela’s role was later probed as part of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission hearings, in 1997.[6] She was said to have paid the equivalent of $8,000 and supplied the firearm used in the killing, which took place on 27 January 1989.[7] The hearings were later adjourned amid claims that witnesses were being intimidated on Winnie Mandela’s orders.[8]

This incident became a cause célèbre for the apartheid government and opponents of the ANC, and Winnie Mandela’s iconic status was dealt a heavy blow.

Appearing before the Truth and Reconciliation Commission in 1997, she said allegations that she was involved in at least 18 human rights abuses including eight murders were “ridiculous” and said that her main accuser, former comrade Katiza Cebekhulu, was a former “mental patient” and his allegations against her were “hallucinations”.[9] The Commission found that the abduction had been carried out on Winnie Mandela’s instructions, and that she had “initiated and participated in the assaults”. However, with regard to the actual murder the Commission found Mandela only “negligent”

Charlie Saiz
2 years ago
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Ooft
Canny wait to read yer RIP ROBERT MUGABE post

Noelskytrot
2 years ago

Fred, I don’t need to read anything about Mandela or the horrific criminal acts that came from all sides in SA. I’m at this moment reading an excellent article by Peter Dwyer and Leo Zeilig on the legacy of the Russian Revolution in Africa, well worth a read. As for my skewered geography, I think you’ll find that Europeans lack melanin wheras someone like Mandela wouldn’t. By the way, just in case you don’t know,she’s from the African continent

FredDDobbs
2 years ago
Reply to  Noelskytrot

so shes was in an ethnic minority on the african continent? dont fucking think so

Monti
2 years ago
Reply to  FredDDobbs

Fred cones under the heading F in Doctor Johnsons’s dicktionary….

F uckwit

Monti
2 years ago
Reply to  Monti

m

FredDDobbs
2 years ago
Reply to  Monti

A winnie necklace, now theres a thing. she even murdered her own AMC guys. total and utter fucking barbarian. Shes even got people on here supporting her after admitting they never read anything about her. The ignorance is bliss argument always a winner. Still she came from the african continent I know that now. still its hot arse time now 🙂

Monti
2 years ago
Reply to  FredDDobbs

ANC surely?

FredDDobbs
2 years ago
Reply to  FredDDobbs

I made a spelling mistake, she must be the salt

Charlie Saiz
2 years ago
Reply to  FredDDobbs

Spot on again Fred.

Noelskytrot
2 years ago
Reply to  Monti

Monti, I give up. Hope alls well mate.

Monti
2 years ago
Reply to  Noelskytrot

Noel,
All fine m8 & your good self?

Noelskytrot
2 years ago
Reply to  Noelskytrot

Aye mate, the craics 90 at my end, thanks.

Noelskytrot
2 years ago

Fred, Fred, Freddie old boy, read back my first response. This is said in remembrance of your comments on the diary a wee while back. WM is clearly in a majority racial groupingif she’s from the African continent. There are also other ethnic groups in Africa such as the Afrikaners amongst others.

FredDDobbs
2 years ago
Reply to  Noelskytrot

all sides mmmmmmm

FredDDobbs
2 years ago
Reply to  Noelskytrot

byw I never really pidgeon hole punter into “ethnic” groups. I leave that to the others

Noelskytrot
2 years ago

Fantastic Fred. If you choose to do so try and read…The rise and fall of apartheid by Nancy Clark and William Worger or The power of one, both great reads. I’m 100% sure you would enjoy them.

FredDDobbs
2 years ago
Reply to  Noelskytrot

hasnt helped you in you pidgeonholing activities much. Thought you were going arounfd in circles a wee bit there, in an is she or isnt she kind of way. “Ethnic minorities”, I thought that term was dead long ago. Apparently its still being kept alive and kicking.

Noelskytrot
2 years ago

Fred, if they’re not quite your choice in light reading, theres bound to be books about Eugene Terre Blanche out there. I can lend you some books about the period we’re discussing.

salad queen
2 years ago

Glasgow cooncil move king Willie statue

Noelskytrot
2 years ago

Fred, again my first comment was in relation to something you posted on another diary thread which gives the distinct impression you’ve an adversity to certain types of ethnic groupings. I can’t help it if you can’t understand what I post. Can I ask you a question, Fred? Do you regard Winston Churchill as an upstanding individual?

FredDDobbs
2 years ago
Reply to  Noelskytrot

Yawwwwwwwwwwwwwn, what the fuck is an upstanding individual? winnie?

Churchill was a drunk and a drug addict, so far so good. He was also mental towards the end of the war. However anyone who stood up to you know who has got to get some Kudos. So its a trick question.

FredDDobbs
2 years ago
Reply to  Noelskytrot

ethnic groupings now is it? not ethnic minorities anymore.

portpower
2 years ago

Craig Levein shot Cecil’s brother,Jericho.You bastard!

portpower
2 years ago

Caption:
The Rangers pay homage to club legends of Rangers(IL) inside Copland Road car park.

portpower
2 years ago

NEWS FLASH:
The Scottish FA Compliance officer,Tony McGlennan,is pleased to confirm that there was no ball tampering towards Scott Brown.

Charlie Saiz
2 years ago
Monti
2 years ago

” Action man you’re so money supermarket “

Weered
2 years ago
Reply to  Monti

Monti… Probably refers to both of yiz 🙂

Monti
2 years ago
Reply to  Weered

Only one undefeated tho…..

You mad about ETims or just plain mad? Why not buy the t-shirt at http://etims.spreadshirt.co.uk/