Celtic Diary Monday March 4: Media Deflector Shields At Full Power

When the mainstream sports media knocks out opinions as news, there is usually something they’re trying to deflect attention from.

After several pitch invasions and a multitude of objects thrown by the supporters of one particular club, others have joined in, apparently safe in the knowledge that as its Celtic players on the end of batteries, cins and bottles, little will be done about it.

Scott Sinclair (again) was the victim at the weekend, when a bottle was launched towards him while he lined up to take a corner at Easter Road.

Stewards and police immediately rushed into action…

Incredibly, this has no developed into a demand for strict liability, where the clubs are held liable for any actions by their fans.

Arguably, the threat of fines and stand closure would put people off chucking things at players, or invading the pitch.

Oddly enough, the issue didn;t really cause any concern, certainly in the media, until the over exuberance at Rugby Park when Celtic fans celebrated a late winner.

With Hibernian fans the guilty party this weekend, the rage intensified.

Although not quite intense enough to condemn “rangers ” fans who hurled seats at Aberdeen fans after their game yesterday.

After the Offensive Behaviour at Football Grounds Act was repealed, the Scottish government and the police were a bit miffed. Governments don’t like to get things wrong, and like to admit they got it wrong even less.

With the police  missing their chance to vent their own frustrations on people who are having fun, when they cannot as they are too far up their own arses to relax, they will have support in the name of public order, and we’ll see a flurry of football related arrests to justify any further legislation.

 

Any opportunity to introduce further legislation will be grasped with both hands, but if its only one club it becomes a “local ” issue, and thats not enough for them to satisfy their agenda.

My fear is that of the clubs do not embark on a policy of education, initially warning fans that these actions are not acceptable, they will take serious action.

Self policing would be ideal amongst the support, but its not always possible.

The message is simple, don’t act like an arsehole at the football.

Clubs need to take the initiative before its taken out of their hands, and unfortunately, one club may not yet have matured enough-its only a toddler relatively speaking-to accept it has a problem and deal with it properly.

If it doesnt stop, we’ll have the fenced perimeters around the ground again, or heavy police presence the clubs will have to pay for, a cost they will pas on to the fans.

 

As yet, nothing has been done about this behaviour, or about sectarian singing at matches. I’m not going to go into what is a sectarian song, and what isn’t. Suffice to say that we shouldn’t be handing our critics ammunition to throw at us and justify their own actions.

As Stein said, there are more than enough Celtic songs to sing.

When the crackdown comes, it’ll land everywhere, and our own club won’t escape.

If we don’t fall into the trap they’ve set, we cannot be caught.

After all, how can anyone take a media outlet seriously on sectarianism when they employ a guy who features on this poster as a neutral commentator ?

If Radio Clyde want to be taken seriously on this subject, they should terminate the employment of Rae, and say why. 

Until that happens, they have absolutely  no credibility on the issue. 

You can ring them up and tell them that, but you won;t get on…unless you tel them you’re complaining about this banner..

Image result for alfredo morelos banner

Unacceptabe, of course, but the media were so furious they forgot to check even the most basic of details..

Later, the paper realised their mistake and had another go..

CRUDE DONS DISPLAY 

‘Your mother is a mattress’ Aberdeen fans target Rangers star Morelos with offensive banner

The banner – written in Spanish – was displayed by a section of home supporters during today’s Scottish Cup clash at Pittodrie

 

 

Another non story is the debate surrounding the manager for next season.

At the moment, we’ve got a manager. A manager who wants to be here, and one who has guided the players through a tough week after all that has gone on.

Had Lennon even wanted time to think about coming back, we could have been in trouble. He took a tremendous risk, personally and professionally to sit in the managers chair, and maybe instead of pondering who should be the benefit of our love next season, we should love the one we’re with.

If we’re not careful, we could end up with serial loser Davie Moyes….he apparently said he wants the job, but there are no quotes to this effect.

Other names, such as Jose Mourinho, who won a few friends when he said that he wouldn’t have done what is rapidly becoming known as a “Brendan ” within management circles, and would have told Leicester to wait.

Seriously, he wouldn’t come here, and I can’t think of anything more nauseating than that man lifting our tenth successive  title.

This one will run and run, but its not designed to unsettle the squad, as they won;t pay any attention to it.

Its just the hacks have realised that they, and their readers, hate the thought of Lennon being in charge for the ten than they did the other fellow.

 

Celtic director Brian Wilson has been in the news…

Brian Wilson: Football alone doesn’t cause and can’t cure sectarianism

In the article, which you can read here..Wilson article..he points out that society has a problem, and not just football.

His main point is…

The pretence that football clubs can wave wands and eliminate sectarianism, racism or social dysfunctionality only serves to shift responsibility 

and its difficult to argue with. Football is merely the go to place for anyone who fancies a moan about sectarianism, and hopefully an easy solution to a problem that underlies Scottish society.

Its not the roar of a crowd thats the problem, its those quiet words in secret societies that do the damage…

Later this week, you can expect him to suffer criticism for this piece, and as those who call out the problem often find, he will be accused of being a bigot, largely because he’s been fully aware of where the roots of the problem lie…

 

 

With the Janefield Underpass Near Disaster report still unfinished, well, unpublished, we heard it was finished some time ago, this tweet may be of interest to those of you who were there…

We are looking to speak to any Celtic fans caught up in the pre-match crush which occurred prior to the Celtic Vs Rangers game at CP last year who would be willing to discuss their experiences on camera tomorrow night for a short video. Any help would be appreciated.  

Get in touch with them if you have anything of interest to say. Perhaps those working on the report need a little push…

Evidence is also emerging that there may be a serious drinking and drug taking problem within the game…

Joe Worrall insists Rangers are still on course for league and cup double

Insiders claim its worse than its ever been.

 

 

So, whats the real story ?

What are they trying to hide ?

It’s clear to anyone that “rangers ” are in financial trouble again. The secured loan they took out last week, shortly after telling the world they’d made a profit of over £5m up until December this season is the main indicator.

Of course, when they sell Morelos, this will all be fixed, as the club, backed by the media, reckon hes an eight figure player…£10m plus, if you’re reading this Mr Gerrard…yet it appears they have forgotten one crucial factor..

He isnlt eligible for a work permit under EPL rules, as he hasn’t played in enough internationals, and although dispensations are available, and when that is combined with his disciplinary record and his failure to score against top European sides, including Celtic, then anyone with £10m to spend will certainly be looking to see what else they can get for their money.

And thats something it appears no one has thought of.

And they’d rather we didn’t, so up go the shields

Image result for deflector shields gif

 

Caption competition from yesterday….

Image result for hibs v celtic scottish cup

 

HoudiniBhoy March 3, 2019 at 10:52 am · Edit · Reply →

Caption:
John Beaton: Name me one person more equipped to lead Operation Stop The 10 than me?
Willie Collum: Here, hold my Buckfast. 

Today…

 

 

On the subject of whatsisname..this did make me chuckle…

Welcome to all of our new fans north of the border 👀💚

 

I just hope no one spent money on a tattoo to immortalise the man.

Has anyone got a tattoo of him ?

Image result for brendan rodgers wave

 

 

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D'Fhinnein Mick
1 year ago

RALPH

Excellent stuff,as ever. Over on another site-I won’t post a link this time!-I’ve just finished an article on similar lines.

The Scottish Government may be risking the game in this country if they push for Strict Liability. FIFA have very strict rules regarding political interference in the game,and they apply harsh sanctions when they judge it to be the case.

In my article,I suggest that orders have come down from on high to let the fans hang themselves,take a hands-off approach and we can step in,and step up the ante.

The police need to do their jobs. The clubs pay handsomely for their services,not just their presence. There are plenty of laws which can be applied,and it’s high time they stopped being bloody irresponsible and started applying them.

Hartson's Comb
1 year ago

Caption:

Wait, what’s my dream job again?

1 year ago

Unless you’re a heavy metal fan, who the hell would have a tattoo bearing the name JUDAS, unless they’re a Judas Priest fan? That’s more offensive than a tattoo of King Billy!

Mind you – having thought about it, wotsisname’s departure has a bit of biblical coincidence to it…

Judas betrayed Christ (Lawwell) for 30 pieces of silver (Leicester’s £6 million). In this case, a Last Supper with the players and fans did not happen. He’s been crucified by the supporters for walking out on the club. Our Redeemer has risen, in the form of Neil Francis Lennon. All this has happened, and it’s not quite Easter yet!

Mind you, Lenny can shake hands with as many of the sevconians at the leper colony as he may wish – he ain’t gonna cure their songs of hate and, although he would be unable to cure the blind, he will open the eyes of their grandchildren, for they shall see the light, and will support the Celtic!

I think it was Nostradamus that predicted the return of the Messiah. I reckon he was a Tim!!

D'Fhinnein Mick
1 year ago
Reply to  Steven R

STEPHEN R

It’s not even Shrove Tuesday yet,and BR Leicester reign is as flat as a pancake!

Weered
1 year ago

Caption: jeez I don’t even get a pound coin now…a measly penny was all I got

Mike
1 year ago

A great read Mrs. As he heads down the M300 with his coffee cup in his left hand and his notes in his right, reading as he goes, steering the car with his knobbly knees. Peterborough wow, watch as the diary gets better and better as he has time on his hands and we are the winners. Bravo, Bravo…

Bognorbhoy
1 year ago

Caption.

(Big thought bubble)

Right sort the hair,
Sound bites ,sound bites
The ref was fine
The players competed well
The shape was good, we pressed
The support were great
We will learn blah blah blah

Martin67
1 year ago

Caption: I wonder if Celtic will take me back after I’m sacked before the end of the season – delusional musings of a megalomaniac

Spudscave
1 year ago

Caption Noo think Brendan whit would Collumbo say

Monti
1 year ago

LET THE PEOPLE SING!

Monti
1 year ago
Reply to  Monti

….but not throw bottles, flares, coins or seats!

Bigdunno
1 year ago

Caption: Hands up if you have just made a complete James Blunt of things.

iancelt67
1 year ago

didnt know colombian was a language

Anton Declan
1 year ago

Caption: Oh shoite, what have I done?!

iancelt67
1 year ago

caption
thinks;
(I’d kill for an askit powder right now)

Jocsoc
1 year ago

The thought of David Moyes as a possible choice of manager should never be entertained unless we consider ” non-football” an option. Steve Clarke would be an excellent candidate, but I think he has had enough of the Scottish football experience to send him packing back to the relative sanity of the English leagues. Managers we might consider would be Roberto Martinez who has shown his ability at both club and international level and has experience of the Scottish game or Rafa Benitez who is set to quit Newcastle because of his lack of funding by Mike Ashley. He would encounter similar financial restrictions at Celtic but on the scale of the SPFL set up he could make it manageable and successful. His European experience and success would make him a very attractive target.

1 year ago

Larry dear dear Larry I need some more acting lessons

Mike
1 year ago

Watched some highlights of the Watford (mind the gap) and A.N. Other team, purely for scientific reasons and it occurred to me that the ANO club could do with a better central defensive pairing. Anyone know where they could find them? and a strong midfielder, there might be one at Aston Villa. Casper the friendly ghost could have done better but when your name is legendary and includes Michael then how do you improve on perfection. What concerns me the most is K.T. being linked with Arsenal, I hope someone at Celtic fires out a cannon warning shot, GTF. Great to see that young bhoy return, you could see the Duchy from the left hand side improve straight away. I was happy with the draw in Aberdeen because although the Dandies could have should have won, it means an extra game for our nearest challengers. COYBIG.

Iancelt67
1 year ago
Reply to  Mike

Watford Elton John. Suddenly you mean the world to me with your horrible strips. So much pleasure derived from smearing a last minute winner. Thank you Watford. Luther blissrt did he play for them ? Watford you are the new city of culture even though you’re not a city. Embrace it you have 9 million more fans worldwide

Mike
1 year ago
Reply to  Iancelt67

Don’t go breaking my fart, But I’m still standing, Sorry, seems to be the hardest word to say, Nikita, your my rocket.. man. Ian, You are the one, Last Week I was King (Billy) Don’t let my son, come down on meeeeee. Luther he’s a great actor… or is it Ebra ? as in Edinburgh.

1 year ago

The Huns and SFA are cheating scum who continually ripping Celtic and the rest off tho the rest don’t care.The Tory Plc are coining it in but nothing on the the cheating then now and forever.A blind man can see it but not Desmond’s little helpers

1 year ago

Caption,right what was my excuse after the red imps game.sorted

Iancelt67
1 year ago

Caption
Think it’s the male menopause theses hot flashes are killing me

Iancelt67
1 year ago

Agree ^

Monti
1 year ago
Reply to  Iancelt67

PISH

The Cha
1 year ago

Caption “I Just Can’t Get Enough”

The Cha
1 year ago

“top European sides, including Celtic”

Good to see you’re back on form after the trauma of the past week. 😉

Cartvale88
1 year ago

Caption
Now I know how Craig Levein feels like, merde!

Agree regarding Lenny, but he could become Liewells yes man. Hopefully As a Celtic fan he will not accept mediocrity, but plan for a future in Europe and go for more trebles.

The media are as usual looking for the phantom bottle thrower at the Hibees game, after all must be a Celtic supporter, meanwhile calling the behaviour of the loyal at Aberdeen, actions committed by yobs, intimating the home fans were as bad, the word used is PISH.
The Loyal that visit and terrorise, the local popullation, smash up and throw seats on innumerable occasions, smash up toilets, sing local ditties regarding the Londonderry and th sons of William, well after all that is local culture. A bit like their fixation to march past the local RC chapel spouting their bike, local culture.

The Cha
1 year ago

Why are the Celtic Trust collecting evidence AGAIN on the Janefield St crush?

They did this at the time and passed it to the investigation team, so has this been conveniently lost?

1 year ago

Silly me got a tattoo of Brendan Rodgers weeks after he joined us.
Funny thing though when I woke up last Monday it had disappeared.

Puggy67
1 year ago

Caption: Ronco sales receive a boost in Leicestershire.

1 year ago

Later this week, you can expect him to suffer criticism for this piece

Maybe best to pause and think for a second…thats the same Brian Wilson you salute who ( amazingly!) is part of the same Board who havent come up with the Crush report you then demand.

Guys a prize Labour arsepiece who did nothing for Scotland in all his time in parliaqment bar better his own lifestyle and now toes the forelock..hes a poor mans Alasdair Darling and he is even worse than the Tory Lord we had on board recently.

The Cha
1 year ago
Reply to  Desimond

Good lord, I thought he’d gone a long time ago but, I guess, its only players and managers that are temporary.

You’re letting your nationalist sentiments get in the way, as early doors (in footy parlance) he did a lot, especially for crofting communities.

I don’t know when he turned bad but in his early days from the West Highland Free Press and Parliament he was a good ‘un and regularly stood up for them against Tory absentee landlords much to the latter’s discomfort and hatred:

“But over the years, it is not the American porn queens who have screwed the highlands and islands of Scotland. The kilted grandees who have been there for generations have done that. Give me a social-climbing stripper any day”

Kenny McCaffrey
1 year ago

We should go for Gerrard

The Cha
1 year ago

Houllier?

brian53
1 year ago

Caption: Manager rubs his head after being hit by a dose of reality as a bottle of “Dream job self diluting juice” is taken away by Police. CSI Leicester.

hector
1 year ago

Coins thrown at players, batteries thrown at players, bottles thrown at players and seats ripped up and thrown from one set of supporters to another….it’s as if fans are going out of their way to help plod and politicians!

Noel Skytrot
1 year ago
Reply to  hector

Stupid lumpen behaviours from feral degenerates with the intelligence of a fridge magnet.

Mike
1 year ago

A 25 year fight for justice for the 96 Liverpool supporters who never returned home, to their loved ones.
A Judicial Inquiry led by Lord Justice Taylor who reached the tainted conclusion that it was the Liverpool supporters own fault for the tragedy that happened at Hillsborough. Accidental Death.
Then the families heard the shocking conclusions of the Hillsborough Independent Panel, led by Bishop James Jones. And then finally, a fresh inquest led by Sir John Goldring, where most of the truth came out, I say “most” because there are still many truths hidden away, hidden in the Lodges where senior policemen wear the apron off their choice.
Make no mistake, the Janefield Street crush could have taken a much greater toll than the five injured Celtic supporters, shepherded in different directions by the police. The same Police who casually blame the bad Celtic supporters for their own injuries. Shambolic organisation, in no way caused by the 7000 extra Celtic supporters who attended this Sevco game. Where no policeman or Celtic official has so far not taken cognizance of the fact that they and they alone are the ones who narrowly avoided another Hillsborough. We wait in eager anticipation for the deflections to begin…

Noel Skytrot
1 year ago

Once supporters realise that sectarianism is a carefully crafted construct used to divide us things will move forward, until then, we’re lumbered with it. Educating supporters would help but sadly we’re lost in a poisonous tribalism that shows no sign of decreasing.

On songs being sung by our support, I’m sick of hearing morons singing songs that express anti English and anti Protestant sentiments. Again its about educating themselves. I had a conversation with two young GB members regarding the singing of the Sean South song and when I told them about his background they thought I was mad. It’s time to wake up folks and move away from the poison that permeates through Scottish civic society never mind just at football games.

Uralius
1 year ago
Reply to  Noel Skytrot

So when you are talking about Sean South’s background are you referring to his obsession with the Judeo-Masonic conspiracy, his right wing bordering on Nazi party membership of Ailtirí na hAiséirghe or something else?

Noel Skytrot
1 year ago
Reply to  Uralius

All of the aforementioned, Uralias.

Iljas Baker
1 year ago

I think big John Hartson is right when he says Lenny should be told he’s got the job now. I don’t think we will get better than Lenny. He’s learned a lot I’m sure since his first spell in charge, he learned from BR too but is more pragmatic than BR. Give him some money, give him the proper support and let him get on with the job.

The Cha
1 year ago
Reply to  Iljas Baker

So that’s it, zero targets, that’s what we’re reduced to?

How about as a minimum:

– win the Scottish Cup
– beat and not lose to Sevco
– win league by 10 points+

If he achieves that he goes on the shortlist along with the other names from our world wide search.

The Cha
1 year ago
Reply to  The Cha

We need a football manager for the football team and not the guff you mention.

If that turns out to be a Celtic man then fine but we should get the best.

Monti
1 year ago
Reply to  The Cha

Charlie Saiz,
You are talking shite, maybe we could go for ronny again?

Monti
1 year ago
Reply to  Iljas Baker

Nurse Ratched…..oh nurse Ratched….can we have the meds tray now?

Monti
1 year ago
Reply to  Iljas Baker

IIjas,
Calm down…..

Noel Skytrot
1 year ago

On the managerial role, please, please do not give the job to Moyes, that would be too much.

Mike
1 year ago

Marco Rose, is the one that we want.

P.S. my post on the Janefield street crush disappeared.

The Cha
1 year ago
Reply to  Mike

Who do you think you are, John Travolta? 😉

Mike
1 year ago
Reply to  The Cha

Ooh Ooh Ooh Honey, He’s the one that we want, Ooh Ooh Ooh Honey. 😉

The Cha
1 year ago
Reply to  Mike

Is yer man leaving Salzburg, as I wouldn’t normally expect him to leave them for us?

Mike
1 year ago
Reply to  The Cha

He might be tempted if we pursued him hard enough, he is the rising star of European fitba. Bonus’s aside, they are what governs and dictates the Celtic signing policy. Where is Bayo? does he join the list of absentee Celtic players, another to add to the bucket list of players, who signed and then departed. The papers suggest Rose has a budget for his squad at a lower rate than ours… its my belief that our enlarged player cost will hit the grubber next year, but we have or should have a lotta new players coming in, to replace the out of contract players. Hope K.T. is not one of the departed..

Mike
1 year ago
Reply to  The Cha

Another post hits the grubber, someone recognises pish

Irishboy
1 year ago

Caption
Willie Gollum,” has anyone got a pair of tweezers, l’ve got a toenail stuck in my throat”

BJF
1 year ago

Caption” It my heid, it’s the only heid I ever wanted to scratch since I was a toddler.” Mixed feelings about Moyes, he did well at Preston and Everton without playing memorable football. I think getting the Manchester United job exposed him. Luther Blisset was a super forward for Watford alongside John Barnes, scouted by a Serie side maybe Milan, they signed Blisset by mistake when they meant to sign Barnes. Blisset being an old fashioned up and at ‘em target man whereas Barnes had pace and could dribble ( remember his goal against Brazil in the Maracana.).

SteveNaive
1 year ago

In the late 50’s and early sixties Celts, by all accounts, were poor. We could have accepted our lot or do something about it. Then a former player with a superb knowledge of the game and of men as players transformed us. Neil could improve us or solidify us to ten (as a target it is worthwhile) but I am unsure if he alone can progress us in Europe. Maybe with another coach (worked for Clough and Taylor) where ten would be a hugely fitting send off for him. I watched Barcelona in the most recent Clasico and they were well worth the win again so it will be interesting to see how they do against Lyon on Wednesday( 0-0 after the first leg.) Lyon have qualified again yet Bruno Genesio is under pressure from the club being linked with the managerial minnow that is Patrick Viera. It speaks volumes that NL has returned to the poison that is evident in much of Scotland but lets have a plan here to progress the club in the next five years. Someone like Genesio or Galtier who has worked wonders at Lille may be a risk but maybe some said Jock Stein would be.

Devoy45
1 year ago

“Puff the Magic Dragon was put on the shelf,
he had no-one to play with so he played with himself…”
Bhoys, I’ve asked twice about an injury update and nobody bothered helping poor auld Devoy so I fuckin’ helped mahsel..
The date shown is the expected date of return from injury:
Christie 5 March (all dates are ‘ish’)
Cal Mac 5 March
Izzy 16 March
Rogic 18 March
Benkovic 31 March
Ntcham 31 March
Ralston 8 April
Arzani 15 April
Kouassi 30 June
I don’t know if Burke and Boyata are still carrying knocks?
This means Christie and Cal Mac should be ready for Aberdeen and Rogic ready for the Huns.
Request to fall on deaf ears: please no damaged seats, thrown coins, flares or bottles. No non-footballing songs (if that was good enough for Big Jock it should be good enough for any Celtic fan)
No anti-protestant, anti-English or sectarian songs.
Plenty still to sing about.
We should be far, far better than the other lot.
We used to have the moral high ground.
I would like to see Griff back as soon as possible.

Monti
1 year ago
Reply to  Devoy45

Nah, let the rebel songs flow, i hope they increase in fact!

The Cha
1 year ago
Reply to  Devoy45

Thanks for this, where did you get the dates from?

I usually come across Injury Update stuff on the fishal site or others but haven’t noticed anything recently, although there was 1 or 2 other things taking precedence!

Surprised at the CalMac one, as I’m pretty sure I read something that he’s struggling for 31st match against themuns.

No sectarian songs but others in keeping with our ethos for 130 years are fine.

I don’t judge us against them and neither should you.

Don’t want Griff back, at least not this season; we raised the bar and he couldn’t handle it and we shouldn’t backslide.

Puggy67
1 year ago

Here’s a song worth singing – maybe in 110/11

Stand, in the end, you’ll still be you
One that’s done all the things you set out to do
Stand, there’s a cross for you to bear
Things to go through if you’re goin’ anywhere
Stand for the things you know are right
It’s the truth that the truth makes them so uptight
Stand, all the things you want are real
You have you to complete and there is no deal
Stand, stand, stand
(Everybody, yeah)
Stand, stand, stand
Stand, you’ve been sitting much too long
There’s a permanent crease in your right and wrong
Stand, here’s a Fenian standing tall
And a giant beside him about to fall
Stand, stand, stand
Stand, stand, stand
Stand, they will try to make you crawl
And they know what you’re sayin’ makes sense at all
Stand, don’t you know that you are free
Well, at least in your mind if you want to be
Everybody
Stand, stand
Stand
Na na na na na na na na na na
Stand
Na na na na na na na na na na
Stand
Na na na na na na na na na na
Stand
Na na na na na na na na na na
Stand
Na na na na na na na na na na

I changed a bit. Did you spot it?

Monti
1 year ago
Reply to  Puggy67

Nurse Ratched, can you administer to Puggy, first please?

” peculiar peculiar ” 🙂

1 year ago
Reply to  Puggy67

@pugy… Could you sing that for us…

Puggy67
1 year ago
Reply to  Weered

Aye, where’s ma kaftan…?

Mike
1 year ago

Funny how the fitba. always gets berated every week because of the imbecilic throwing of, Coins, Bottles, Seats, Panty Hose, but never a mention of the cancer marching down the streets of Scotland, week after week and sometimes twice a weekend. If only they focused on them and taught what Catholic schools teach daily, love, empathy, compassion. Education and then more education. # No anti-Catholic march’s outside Catholic church’s…

Monti
1 year ago
Reply to  Mike

Mike,
Good evening comrade, hope you & the family are well!

1 year ago
Reply to  Mike

We got it all here.. Coins, stones, grenades bottles, the worst was the bad names they called us… 🙂

Mike
1 year ago
Reply to  Mike

All good and thank you for asking, work continues apace preparing for the new season. Looking forward to a positive conclusion at the fitba. Hoping for the treble treble and continued success for the team. Sticks and stones Weered, but names can never hurt us. Seen that you drunk the toon dry, but sometimes a wee blaw oot is good for the soul. KTF. ;-)< 0

1 year ago
Reply to  Mike

Mike… We just laughed at them… That is the best way to treat the arses of this world…
THEY REALLY HATE THAT 🙂 🙂

Monti
1 year ago

Is he aye, aye?
Great that like ken……

Bobby Murdoch’s Crumpled Up Chip Wrapper
1 year ago

Caption

C * N T

Monti
1 year ago

Sssshhhhhhh

Monti
1 year ago
Reply to  Monti

” Leigh Griffiths may not play again this season ” – Neil Lennon.

Looks like you have to twiddle your hooves, Chico.

jimmybee
1 year ago

Very surprised no mention of what was probably the most important date in our history.
Wee Fergus saved us 25 years ago is it really that log ago I stood outside the main stand praying for the news that would save our club.
HH Fergus
As Celtic fans, we can be proud of ourselves and what we have achieved in our life, because what we have achieved has been achieved on our own merits. We haven’t had to join any secret organisation in life to get where we are today, and that’s important to you.”

Monti
1 year ago
Reply to  jimmybee

Booooooooooo 🙂

jimmybee
1 year ago

No club and company shite then from the media.

jimmybee
1 year ago

Celtic v sevco or Aberdeen in the semi final
Bring it on.

Monti
1 year ago

Fergus McCann, another who tried ( failed ) to stop us singing our songs of love & praise of our volunteers fallen.
Thank you for your efforts Fergus….

” Oh father why are you so sad on this bright Easter morn…….

Monti
1 year ago
Reply to  Monti

Should have given Paolo, Jorge & Pierre more money!

God bless the three Amigo’s 🙂

Uralius
1 year ago

As far as Marco Rose goes the market value for RB Salzburg is 128 million euros. The value of the Celtic squad without Weah, Burke and Benkovic is 70 million euros. He’s not coming. He gets everything he wants where he is, as much as I would love to believe that a passionate support and history would be enough for him to take a pay drop and move to a team that cannot even hope to compete financially with the Red Bull club I know it’s not.

Devoy45
1 year ago

The Cha. I got the dates from a website which deals with daily football news,including red cards, yellow cards, suspensions etc. I googled “Injury news for Celtic Football Club” and they listed the players. It seemed pretty accurate. Here’s the link:
https://www.transfermarkt.com/celtic-glasgow/sperrenundverletzungen/ver
See what you think.

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