Celtic Diary Friday May 24: The Night Before

Celtic stand on the verge of yet another milestone in a long and illustrious history.

Victory over Heart of Midlothian will secure a ninth successive domestic trophy. A treble treble.

And they say the gap is getting smaller.

 

As well as looking ahead, the club will offer a nod of thanks in tribute to two of our greatest players, Billy McNeill and Stevie Chalmers, who passed away recently.

The players will wear number five and number nine on their shorts, while the tracksuit will have the names Chalmers and McNeill emblazoned on the back.

Nice touch.

All we need now, of course, is a performance befitting the memory of two great men.

 

All the fuss and fidgeting stops now, all the talk about who gets the managers job, which players are leaving, which ones are staying, and , of course, who gets to start the game.

Manager Neil Lennon remains focused entirely on the match..

“It’s not about one or two individuals, it’s about the team as a whole,”

“They’ve earned the right to play in another final. You can’t take that for granted. There’s been a good edge to training this week. We’ve a game to play and a trophy to win and the focus needs to be on that, and not all the noise around it.

“It’s nothing to do with my future, this game is about them and the fans. First, we want to win the trophy and then look at anything else. We have to get our preparation spot on.” 

The players popped out to a local bar for a quiet shandy to discuss tactics, and to relax..

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There’s the Record back page for the morn. They have a habit of picking up on new media nonsense..

Someone sent me this yesterday, so I put it on twitter, to see what would happen..

Within an hour the papers picked up on it, proving that the effort put into journalism these days amounts to seeing who is saying what on twitter..

The Record couldn’t wait to check it..and so ran with it..

Celtic to unveil new manager on Monday? ‘Leaked’ document warns of ‘large crowds’ at Celtic Park

Rumours are rife on social media after a Glasgow City Council notice emerged online. 

Then the council put a stop to it.

You might have seen a screenshot of a council traffic bulletin that says London Road will be closed to make way for crowds in front of Celtic Park on Monday afternoon … Sorry to disappoint, but it’s a fake 

Saved me checking, I suppose.

There may well be an event planned for Monday, as Celtic cannot show the trophy off at Celtic Park on Satirday post match, due to a Rugby final being played there-something else this ill informed site was first to tell you about some time ago, if i recall correctly.

Anyhoo, back to tomorrows game..

Somewhat tongue in cheek, one is tempted to think, Lennon paid due respect to his opposite number, Craig Levein..

Craig is an outstanding manager. He’s been that good he’s managed his country. I know what the club means to him, and he’ll be as motivated as anyone come Saturday. 

Yes, he did manage his country. I remember the sense of disappointment with his revolutionary 5-5-0 formation, which switched to 10-0-0 when not in possession. come to think of it, thats what they did in possession as well.

“For me, it’s a privilege. The anticipation and the excitement of playing in a final is there, but you have to play the game first. The players have to concentrate their minds on that. It’s a cup final, it’s a one-off game, but these players have handled those games brilliantly. It’s a magnificent run and we want for that to continue.” 

Indeed we do.

Keiran Tierney is fit to play, but will have then pop off for a bit of surgery on his battered and torn body to get him ready for next seasons round of physical assaults, causing outrage at the BBC..

Kieran Tierney is fit for the Scottish Cup final, but has confirmed he will miss Scotland’s Euro 2020 qualifiers against Cyprus and Belgium.

The Celtic full-back is to have a double hernia operation after Saturday’s showpiece with Hearts.

It means the fenian bastard will not feature in new Scotland head coach Steve Clarke’s first game against Cyprus at Hampden on 8 June, or in Belgium three days later. 

We hope his bollocks catch fire during the operation and roll off onto the floor. 

Alright, I may have paraphrased a bit to catch the mood of the reporter a bit there, but there is something sinister going on at the BBC.

In particular, Mark Daly is raising a few eyebrows, especially mine.

His work on the child abuse allegations and subsequent convictions of those involved at Celtic Boys Club is to be commended, but one does wonder why he’s stopped there. There are several other allegations at several other clubs to be investigated, and several other victims to be helped.

Have his employers, themselves no strangers to the abuse of minors stepped in ?

Investigations of this nature may have led him elsewhere, perhaps opening up previously unknown offences, and one has to be a little wary of his obsession only with the offences connected to Celtic Boys club.

After the conviction of another offender with CBC connections, Daly tweeted..

Mark Daly Retweeted Allan Price  🎙 📻 📺

And again, the Celtic FC statement, released ten days after the conviction and on the day the PM resigns, does not contain the one word the victims of McCafferty, Torbett and Cairney most want to hear – sorry.

I an not defending these abhorrent crimes, and believe that they were far more widespread than at just one club. Yet Daly, who works for an institution that itself was invaded by the same sort of parasites, is entirely concenred with one strand of a massive web.

Thats a bit odd to my mind..

Have the BBC activated their own deflector shields ?

 

By the way, the game is on the BBC tomorrow, and also on Premier Sports, who have lined up an exclusive interview with a fellow called Brendan Rodgers, who is going to tell us why he left Celtic and anything else he can think of to persuade us he’s really a good guy at heart.

His ego prevents him from realising how we really feel about him.

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And we have long memories, ask this guy

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Anyhoo, back to the game, and Celtic on form should have enough in the tank to secure the Cup.

But Hearts were the early season pace setters, and did look to be mounting a serious challenge until they suffered a run of injuries.

So did Celtic, but we had the strength in depth to ride the storm, and tomorrow there are few injury worries, and everyone seems raring to go.

I’d say we may be in for a treat, a proper cup final like we used to have in days gone by.

I’d say Celtic will win, maybe by a couple of goals, but it certainly won’t be easy.

But here’s to a great end to a season, and hopefully an achievement, in the clubs history that will be remembered, and remembered for a long time.

Yesterday, we had this picture,

The picture was examined and exposed, incidentally, as a fake.. largely due to it looks as though he’s spilled something on himself, and not had something thrown at him..all about the splatter patterns, which if you don’t understand, try to remember the days of Freemans catalogues lingerie sections when your mum and dad were out.

Anyway, the winner..

Steven R 

 May 23, 2019 at 1:21 pm · Edit · Reply →

Caption: amateur pornstar forgets to tell the producer that he suffers from premature ejaculation. 

Today..

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The Cha
1 year ago

Caption “Fuxake! Have you 2 just…yeuch…or have you been milkshaked?”

jimmybee
1 year ago

Looking forward to the cup final tomorrow.
I was so glad to see Big Billy with the cup on the wall in my hometown as I stepped from the train today brilliant.
It’s not just Glasgow that is green and white
One more push bhoys just one more I know you can do it
COYBIG 5_0 the hoops

jimboh
1 year ago

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jimmybee
1 year ago
Reply to  jimboh

To celebrate the life of King Billy,looking at printing 100 odd of these to give out for free,to plaster city centre and route to Hampden with night before the cup final just trying to see people’s thoughts @CelticFCSLO @CelticGossip @StandForCeltic #billymcneill #onekingbilly

jimmybee
1 year ago
Reply to  jimboh

Seen this on my way home today Jimboh
A brilliant picture of Billy with the big cup on the walls of my hometown train station if that was the question mark was for ?

Puggy67
1 year ago

Caption: On leaving the church the happy couple are asked to pause as Boris Johnson and Jacob Reese-Mogg are dueling for the right of primae noctis.

The real Anton Rogan
1 year ago

Caption: Gonny pick that straw out of ma arse

1 year ago

Caption: Woman with pizza slices growing out of neck teaches young tories how to pick each other’s pockets…

SteveNaive
1 year ago

Watched the whole Lisbon game at a charity night recently as I’d never seen the whole 90 minutes. I was struck by the sheer force of will of Celtic. They played at pace up until the last two minutes and Kenneth Wolstenhome’s commentary is a a revelation in support for the club. Same again today Celtic, the spirit of ‘67, the spirit of the Celtic.

1 year ago

Our Honest History.
This day Ghirls and Bhoys we`re nae playin` for a piece of ceramic.

Looking forward to the Celtic Tifo.
Have a Grand and safe experience one and all.

They call it Treble Treble Rebels…Enjoy.

Celts 7-0. Tiocfaidh ár lá.

Monti
1 year ago

” We must play as if there are no more games, no more tomorrows ” – Jock Stein.

Go for it Celtic, let’s do this in style.

Hail Hail!

Yoker Bhoy
1 year ago

A new day dawns but a very special one which presents the men from Paradise with a wonderful opportunity to make even more history. The old nerves are already starting to tingle.

As the Diary mentions above, Hearts have had serious injury problems (probably the only team in the SPL that has suffered issues of this kind at a comparable level to ourselves) and Levein is bound to set them up defensively. Their game plan is likely to be kick, foul, defend like fuck and go for a 0-0, extra time and penalties. Any attempts to get the ball into our box will mostly come from hopeful long punts up the park to their big English target man Uche, Ikpeazu (if he’s fit to play) in the off chance he could make something happen. The big lad certainly provides a physical threat but is not a natural goalscorer.

In our camp I fully expect Jamesie, Eddy and KT to start, which is terrific news even if they aren’t 100%. We want to have all our big game players available, which is why it probably won’t be too hard to predict today’s line-up.

The three interesting debates on team selection for today are Benkovic v Simunovic, Sinclair v Johnston and Rogic v Ntcham. In the first case I’d go for Simu as he has been playing really well whilst developing an understanding with Ajer. It’s funny how impressions can change so quickly – if a club had come in with a 4 million quid offer for Jozo 4 months ago, we would have bitten their hand off but now we don’t want to sell him. His injury record is still a concern but things have improved a lot on that score and I suppose a good bit of sentimentality now comes into it too after that 67th minute winner against Killie. It’s comforting to have a fit Benkovic as back up though as I’m sure he could do a more than competent job if called upon.

Sinclair still has an impressive goal-scoring record but hasn’t managed to find the net in his last 11 appearances. Many of his recent performances have been below par although he showed up well last Saturday in his captain’s role and got actively involved in the game. He is also an experienced big-time player who can maybe handle the pressure of such a big occasion better than young Mikey Johnston, an undoubted young talent who, after flopping miserably in the blue cesspit produced some seriously dazzling stuff last Saturday. My own feelings are devided on this one but I reckon Lenny will opt for the more experienced man.

Rogic is a big-game player and potential match changer who has the natural ability and technique to produce something brilliant but he has been off the boil lately. Ntcham was also out for a long spell and neither player has been at his best lately but the under 21 French international had a very decent game last weekend. I have an inkling that Lenny will select the former but once again it’s good to know that we would have a good option from the bench if big Tom is having a stinker or starts to tire in the second half.

Frankly, I don’t rate Hearts’ chances today at all as they are understrength, have been off form for a long while and are unlikely to be able to handle the pressures of such a big occasion against a vastly superior side. Nothing can be taken for granted though and we could really do with an early goal to rattle their defence and destroy their game plan. I’m pretty sure we’ll totally dominate the game but our finishing has to be up to scratch. I’ve got a strong sensation that we’ll really raise our game this afternoon and produce something special.

Bain

Lustig Simunovic Ajer Tierney

Brown McGregor

Forrest Rogic Sinclair

Edouard

Subs: De Vries, Toljan, Benkovic, Bitton, Ntcham, Hayes, Johnston

Prediction: Celtic 4 Heart of Midlothian 0

(Forrest (2), Edouard, McGregor)

COYBIG – Make mine a TREBLE TREBLE!!!

Yoker Bhoy
1 year ago

A new day dawns but a very special one which presents the men from Paradise with a wonderful opportunity to make even more history. The old nerves are already starting to tingle.

As the Diary mentions above, Hearts have had serious injury problems (probably the only team in the SPL that has suffered issues of this kind at a comparable level to ourselves) and Levein is bound to set them up defensively. Their game plan is likely to be kick, foul, defend like fuck and go for a 0-0, extra time and penalties. Any attempts to get the ball into our box will mostly come from hopeful long punts up the park to their big English target man Uche, Ikpeazu (if he’s fit to play) in the off chance he could make something happen. The big lad certainly provides a physical threat but is not a natural goalscorer.

In our camp I fully expect Jamesie, Eddy and KT to start, which is terrific news even if they aren’t 100%. We want to have all our big game players available, which is why it probably won’t be too hard to predict today’s line-up.

The three interesting debates on team selection for today are Benkovic v Simunovic, Sinclair v Johnston and Rogic v Ntcham. In the first case I’d go for Simu as he has been playing really well whilst developing an understanding with Ajer. It’s funny how impressions can change so quickly – if a club had come in with a 4 million quid offer for Jozo 4 months ago, we would have bitten their hand off but now we don’t want to sell him. His injury record is still a concern but things have improved a lot on that score and I suppose a good bit of sentimentality now comes into it too after that 67th minute winner against Killie. It’s comforting to have a fit Benkovic as back up though as I’m sure he could do a more than competent job if called upon.

Sinclair still has an impressive goal-scoring record but hasn’t managed to find the net in his last 11 appearances. Many of his recent performances have been below par although he showed up well last Saturday in his captain’s role and got actively involved in the game. He is also an experienced big-time player who can maybe handle the pressure of such a big occasion better than young Mikey Johnston, an undoubted young talent who, after flopping miserably in the blue cesspit produced some seriously dazzling stuff last Saturday. My own feelings are devided on this one but I reckon Lenny will opt for the more experienced man.

Rogic is a big-game player and potential match changer who has the natural ability and technique to produce something brilliant but he has been off the boil lately. Ntcham was also out for a long spell and neither player has been at his best lately but the under 21 French international had a very decent game last weekend. I have an inkling that Lenny will select the former but once again it’s good to know that we would have a good option from the bench if big Tom is having a stinker or starts to tire in the second half.

Frankly, I don’t rate Hearts’ chances today at all as they are understrength, have been off form for a long while and are unlikely to be able to handle the pressures of such a big occasion against a vastly superior side. Nothing can be taken for granted though and we could really do with an early goal to rattle their defence and destroy their game plan. I’m pretty sure we’ll totally dominate the game but our finishing has to be up to scratch. I’ve got a strong sensation that we’ll really raise our game this afternoon and produce something special.

Bain

Lustig Simunovic Ajer Tierney

Brown McGregor

Forrest Rogic Sinclair

Edouard

Subs: De Vries, Toljan, Benkovic, Bitton, Ntcham, Hayes, Johnston

Prediction: Celtic 4 Heart of Midlothian 0

(Forrest (2), Edouard, McGregor)

COYBIG – Make mine a TREBLE TREBLE!!!

Yoker Bhoy
1 year ago

Longish post gone into the mire.

1 year ago

The lounge is Green and White.

Siesta tim time but first a wee Whiskey for the toothache.

59.

Mike
1 year ago

Go on Gordon, tell him: Daly is a moron, Daly is a moron. The crimes themselves are appalling, but to use them for your own agenda, reinforces my belief about the BBC and their agenda, the timing is a giveaway. But to focus on today, its the 25th of May, a day when history was made in 1967, invoke the spirit of that day, we could never forget those illustrious men who created that history. This is another day to make history, focus, keep your eye on the ball and the prize will be written in history, you only get one chance, take it. COYBIG.

B Boru
1 year ago
Reply to  Mike

Exactly Mike.

The BBC is nothing but an extension of the establishment and therefore are nothing but an outlet for agenda and propaganda. I would have thought they would have been living in a glass house for long enough now to not be throwing stones!

I would recommend finding out about the Hollie Greig case and more recently the tragic and disgusting case of Melanie Shaw, being held in prison and refused proper counsel and representation. Made to look like she is mentally ill, through drug inducement by the prison authorities and potentially could be held indefinitely…her crime….to whistleblow on abusers within the establishment.

I would point to the Dunblane Massacre also and why there was 100 year gagging order put on the findings of that inquiry. do the research, it is all available online.

Yes, these people who claim to be on the side of the victims and justice should take a good fucking look at themselves and hang their heads in shame for if they truly were interested in justice and uncovering and exposing this disgusting and evil within our society particularly among the political, establishment and elite circles then they would be shouting from the rooftops about the wider aspects of child abuse, and satanic ritual child abuse and murder which is still going on right to the top of the pyramid!

But no they single out Celtic and anyone with half an active brain cell on active duty can see their fucking agenda.

Cancel the TV license!!

And before anyone says……..I have friends who have suffered at the hands of these beasts so I KNOW how a victim feels and what an impact it has had on their lives over the years.
All paedophilia in every circle of our society needs to be rooted out and exposed and if there is enablers or conspirers who try to hide it then they should be rooted out and exposed also.

A bullet to the head would be too fuckin good for them!

Just ask yourself why the investigations into the Westminster paedophile rings suddenly went silent and covered in whitewash…..it’s because it is and has been fucking rife in those corridors of corruption.

And as for the huns who try and jump on that bandwagon…….To coin a phrase “Don’t give them the oxygen” they are beyond contempt!

Fuck them all and rot in hell for eternity in perpetual agony!

Monti
1 year ago

Something that get’s on my nerves is this ” It’s Brendan’s team ” pish, no it fucking isnae, it ceased to be his side the moment he said yes to Leicester.
In my opinion it was Neil Lennon who won the league & it’ll be a Neil Lennon Celtic side that hopefully goes on today & win the Scottish cup.
Whether it’s a final farewell from Neil Lennon or ” just the beginning “, it’s Neil who should get all the adulation, this was not an easy situation to come into, yet he embraced it.
There may be better managers out there, but none will feel it like the Lurgan Lion.

WE ARE ALL CELTIC
WE ARE ALL NEIL LENNON

GOD BLESS THE POPE!

TicToc
1 year ago
Reply to  Monti

I’m just kinda catching up, Monti, but I like what you say, sans the last bit. It’s no’ ma thing.
However, if I wiz heard tae say today “Jesus Christ, the Pope wid’ve got that” as Eddie tried a chip when a touch left roon the keeper was ON, well, mibbaes dem, der cafflicks have a point. Who knows? Any phony fucker jumps in noo tae ‘save’ me can rev the fuck up and then fuck off.
But, if god likes Monti as Monti likes god, er, em, that’s cool! 🙂
HH (the Glasgow Celtic).
A Triple-Treble? WOW, just FN WOW.
When ah go down for drinkies shortly an’ ask fur a “triple-treble”, the cunt’ll think I’ve had orders to slow down on the ‘pop’. HaHaHa
Ain’t havin’ proper “Charlies” who shout at each other on here grand?
WOW, a Triple-Treble!
“Never before, in the conflict of Scottish Fitba, has so much been owed by so many to so few!” (Sorted! The auld cunt, like thatcher, will squirm in their graves) Rightly so.
HH 9 in a row today, 9 in a row next season…….just ANOTHER FANtastic day to be a Tim. 🙂

1 year ago

Caption:
Tory bassa comforted after slammin` his dick in a door.

charlie
1 year ago

caption big tez sais ile keep the edge up and you kick fuck oot the homeless guy

charlie
1 year ago

caption big tez sais ile keep the edge up and you kick fook oot the homeless guy

Steve Naive
1 year ago

What Monti said there.
From the start, don’t let up.
C’mon Celtic play up.

1 year ago

Greetings to all my ETims family…
This will be a day of days.
ENJOY… COYBIG. HH

Yoker Bhoy
1 year ago
Reply to  Weered

You too Weered. Have a brilliant day. Let’s hope we can really stuff the diet huns.

charlie
1 year ago

ide take a wan nuthin but a think 3 nuthin jamsie sinky and rojic COYBIG

Monti
1 year ago

Had a few line ups in mind but i’m going to go with this one, midfield is always where the game is won & lost, so i’m going with a midfield that is strong.

Celtic 4-2-3-1

Bain

Lustig
Simunovic
Ajer
Tierney

Brown
Ntcham

Forrest
McGregor
Sinclair

Edouard

As Big Jock would say ” Let’s go out there & make this a season to remember ”

I’m sure the all our past heroes who are in heaven are looking down on us today, god bless each and every one of them.

To all the Bhoys lucky to be at Hampden today, remember these words.

” They are there, they are always there “!

Yoker Bhoy
1 year ago
Reply to  Monti

I’d go practically the same Monti but start with Rogic and bring on Ntcham in the 2nd half and put him in a more asvanced position. Enjoy to the full!

Yoker Bhoy
1 year ago

For me 4-0 the day. I can see the jambos folding in the 2nd half.

Honest hoops
1 year ago

Mines a treble treble barman,c’mon the hoops, let’s send the farts home to greet just like thier manager does everyday…Hail Hail

Honest hoops
1 year ago

Caption; traynor and Jackson love triangle blossoms….pair of fuds!!!

Mike
1 year ago

Bain.

Lustig, Sumonovic, Ajer, K.T.

Brown, Biton,

Calmac,

Forrest, Odsonne, Sinclair.

Watch oot for the diving, jiving, conniving Herts forward Uche Ikpeazu and the Lanarkshire fifth Collum.

Mike
1 year ago

GOD BLESS THE POPE’s ELEVEN, BOOOO, TAE THE BALLOONS IN MOROON.

Monti
1 year ago
Reply to  Mike

F.F.F.

Mike
1 year ago
Reply to  Monti

Christiano Ronaldo’s statue looks like Alf Tupper, the tough of the track. George Bests looks like Willy Grimshaw, Mr. Grimshaw where are you, but Mo Sala’s jings, heavens and help ma Boab. It takes ugly imagery to a whole new level. Cesar’s statue, captures an iconic moment in time, a true reflection of greatness.
But Michel Angelo’s statue with a panoramic vista of Florence is a work of sheer genius. His statue Piazzale Monti, is gorgeous. What a perfecto specimen of a man… hehe.

Monti
1 year ago
Reply to  Mike

Mike,
I have something mountainous 🙂

Enjoy the game today pal, my stomach is churning lol.

Come on the men in Green!

1 year ago
Reply to  Monti

Monti… Just keep calm keep the faith pal

Stevie D
1 year ago
Reply to  Mike

I once was at a Prisoners’ Families fundraiser in the Traders doon the Barras and my raffle ticket won me a sculptured bust of Bobby Sands that was a ringer for a junkie I knew. I promptly redonated it.

TicToc
1 year ago

Only a quick look in here and to echo many of your thoughts:
Come On You Bhoys In Green, 52 years to the day of our most famous Triumph, let’s go and break them Hertz. In memory of our two Lions whom we lost recently, within a week of each other, Big Billy and Stevie C, and to write your own history, go out there and Just Do It! You wont get a 2nd chance at the Triple-Treble. Just Do It!
HH
Just noticed, HaHaHa, Monti “I have something mountainous”, would that be right under yer nose, Pal? 🙂 HaHaHa…have a great day, one and all.

B Boru
1 year ago

COME ON THE HOOPS…….nervous wreck!!

Can’t believe we are actually talking about us doing the 3T!!

But going by the amount of coverage from the mainstream you would wonder……fuck them all! hurting huns!!

Let the people sing…..and dance and drink and sing some more!

History awaits….(and if your listening Big Jock, Billy, Jinky, Stevie, Tommy, Bobby, Ronnie…….a wee bit of divine intervention if needed again please) HH

Nae predictions…….been down that road too many times before haha

Hope we all have a great day everyone and be safe later on.

COYBIG HH

alzyerpal
1 year ago

Caption: Victor McDade’s wedding day in 1966 as a young Isa Drennan looks on.

Monti
1 year ago

Poor first half, need to start dominating in midfield, Johnston needs to start getting on the ball & running at players.
Need to lift the pace here.

C’mon Celtic!

1 year ago
Reply to  Monti

Monti.. Agreed…

highseastim
1 year ago

A just awful first half, no power or pace, why we paid £9 million for Edouard beats me, lethargic and looks like he thinks it’s a training game. What has happened to Calmac, been off the boil for months. Hearts seem to want it more than us, although they’ve created nothing!!

henkesdreadlocks
1 year ago
Reply to  highseastim

Clueless as usual.

Monti
1 year ago

Lenny,
Hairdryer treatment at half time please!

Be better Celtic, get in front here!

Honest hoops
1 year ago

They have loaded the midfield and stifle any sniff of football being played by consisting fouling and our tempo gets effected by this ….

Monti
1 year ago

Why not take Lustig off, bring Benkovic on and go to 3 at the back?

Iljas Baker
1 year ago
Reply to  Monti

Because NL knew Lustig would lay on the winning goal? See what I mean Monti?

Mike
1 year ago

Three stick on yellows for them, nothing given, Kris makes one innocuous tackle and gets a yellow. Aye Willie, you really are a fucking fud. Go on Gordon, tell him, Collum is a moron, Collum is a moron…

DorsetCelt
1 year ago

Same lethargy and lack of determination that we showed against sevco. Why can’t NL instil a sense of urgency into this team? Rogic has been an empty jersey for two months now – Lustig’s distribution is shocking. Edouard anonymous. Come on Celtic – get it done!!

TicToc
1 year ago
Reply to  DorsetCelt

Forgive me if I’m wrong here ‘Dorset’ but didn’t Mika head the brilliant ball through the middle for Eddie’s 2nd?
Perhaps you were unlucky with your choice of words?
No worries, WE MADE HISTORY TODAY.
The Scottish Mainstream Media will, of course, avoid any rightful accolade and submit their usual sevco pish, but that’s for scum to do, for scum to read. Any Tim buys that pish needs to have a word wi’ himself.
My BBC licence will NOT be renewed, and I’ll fucking spell out why that is, and challenge them to challenge me.
Anyway, today is NOT for that scum, today is about The History Making Glasgow CELTIC. HAIL! HAIL! Bhoys, A Club (FC) Like No Other, despite a PLC whom either don’t bother or cause bother. They can fuck off like zombie huns can.
Tim Malloy.
HH 🙂 🙂 🙂 🙂 🙂 🙂 🙂 🙂 🙂

Mike
1 year ago

collum is a moron, Collum is a moron, a sure three yellows to them and big Kris makes one innocuous tackle, a yellow. Aye Willy you really are a fucking fud.

Cartvale88
1 year ago

Well Charlie Saiz a manager that knows his stuff, what a pathetic game of football.
Brown back to his usual, delusions of grandeur

Ok a 1-1 still poor

1 year ago

Tears in my eyes… HH

1 year ago

B3AUTIFUL.

Well played Hearts.

Yoker Bhoy
1 year ago

Ya wee dancer!! Great spirit and true grit shown to fight back and get the thing won so well done Lenny and the bhoys. Sure the football was piss poor at times but let’s leave criticism for another day. This is a special moment and now is the time to celebrate. History has been made yet again.

OE – Odsonne Edouard

1 year ago

Fabulous second goal HH Edouard

1 year ago

GBNL.
Get the good stuff out Ghirls and Bhoys.

Of all the money that e’er I spent
I’ve spent it in good company
And all the harm that ever I did
Alas it was to none but me
And all I’ve done for want of wit
To memory now I can’t recall
So fill to me the parting glass
Good night and joy be with you all

What a Fenian Feat.

`Til next season.HH

TicToc
1 year ago
Reply to  portpower

Port, that was a wee bit of Fenian beauty.
Let’s forget the Stilton tonight, just pass the port.
HH

1 year ago
Reply to  TicToc

G`daY Tic Toc
It`s Bushmills-n-bongs for me for the next week and a bit.

Odsonne Edouard dances with Celts.

We`ll talk about the useless need of three center halves later on down the track.

For now,it`s our time. HH

1 year ago

Is that youse off to the rugby then? 🙂

1 year ago

https: //www.youtube.com/watch?v=QH4-tauIw2w

Mike
1 year ago

Well done Celtic, something inside so strong, you made Cesar and Stevie, the whole Celtic family so very proud. Celtic the History makers.

Macca
1 year ago
Reply to  Mike

Mike, I am as delighted as you but Billy and Stevie would be wondering WTF? at that performance. Football was woeful at times

Mike
1 year ago
Reply to  Macca

Macca, the team has been stuttering, no doubt about it, but they have played a huge amount of games and remember the shock of losing Rodgers. This team needs a big infusion of new players, fingers crossed they get brought in. KTF.

TicToc
1 year ago

The 1st time we did ‘nine-in-a-row’ it had NEVER been done before. I was lucky enough to be alive.
Today we’ve done a different nine-in-a-row, a Triple-Treble.
THAT’s never been done before either. Again, I’m lucky enough to be alive.
My brother and I’ve been crying as we try to comprehend ‘Just What It Is To Be CELTIC’ and we’re life-long Tims.
It’s never been a ‘walk-in-the-park’ being A Tim, but it’s ALWAYS been worth every second.
Hail! Hail!

DorsetCelt
1 year ago

CELTIC – I love you!!!

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