Celtic Diary Sunday September 22: Lawwell Take Note

Those of us going to the game today are asked to keep their eyes open for those who want Resolution 12 resolved. They’ll be out and about gathering signatures and garnering support for the cause that has now entered the endgame.

Shareholders and supporters alike are invited to register their disdain at the clubs inactivity regarding years of corruption and the financial loss to Celtic during the cheating years.

The SFA have a lot to answer for, and we need Celtic to ask those questions.

Otherwise, we’ll tell the police.

But most of all, we all need to be on the same side. Lawwell thinks we don’t care about our club enough to stand up for it, and thats the excuse he will use when pushed.


Also today, there will be a collection for local foodbanks. Please give what you can.

Perhaps one day we won’t have to.

But for now, casino capitalism, where banks and governments gamble away our money,  is destroying society, and it doesn’t look like it will get any better until the revolution comes.

Remember, this is what Celtic are all about. Casino capitalism is for the boardroom.

The rest of us believe in the original Celtic, the one that was formed to help those who have fallen on hard times.

ON Sunday, September 22, pre-match at the home game against Kilmarnock, a joint initiative between Celtic FC Foundation and partner Glasgow NE Foodbank will once more address issues of poverty and hunger in our society by collecting items and distributing to those in need.

Celtic FC Foundation’s partnership with Glasgow NE Foodbank has continued to make a significant difference in the past year, thanks to the generosity of Celtic supporters across the world.

The Foodbank, which is headquartered at the Church of Scotland in Helenvale Street, a stone’s throw from Celtic Park, operates out of six centres across the north and east of the city and helps hundreds of families every month.

As part of this specific collection, as well as Glasgow NE Foodbank, the Foundation are also teaming up with the other three Glasgow Foodbanks and we would like to invite all supporters who are attending the match against Kilmarnock to bring along a donation if they can.  Even one item from the list can make a huge difference to someone’s life.

The most urgent items listed in order of priority are:

  • Tinned vegetables
  • Tinned fish
  • Tinned rice
  • Tinned fruit
  • Packet Custard
  • Pasta
  • Pasta Sauce
  • Tea bags
  • UHT milk
  • Juice
  • Biscuits

There will be three drop-off stations: The Clover on Celtic Way (main collection), the North West of the stadium (Holywell Street) and North East (Janefield Street).

Please note that this is not a cash collection.

We are also looking for volunteers to assist on the day, based both at Celtic Park and at Calton Parkhead Parish Church. If you would like to volunteer you can register with Glasgow North East Foodbank.  Please get in touch by emailing info@glasgowne.foodbank.org.uk. The last date for registration is Friday, September 13, 2019.

Celtic FC Foundation Chief Executive, Tony Hamilton said: “Tackling poverty and assisting people living in poverty remains our first priority at Celtic FC Foundation. The Foodbank partnership we have is essential as we strive to do this.

“Celtic FC Foundation has had enormous support for these collections over the years and we are asking the club’s fans to back this campaign again and support four Foodbanks from across the city, who in turn will put food on people’s tables.

“Making ends meet is becoming increasingly difficult for many families in various parts of the country, and we cannot ignore those who need help, especially those with young children and elderly people.

“Please check the list for essential items and if you can help out on the day please register to volunteer. We are very grateful for your support.”

Linda Stuart, Glasgow NE Foodbank co-ordinator, said: “We never cease to be amazed at the generosity of Celtic supporters and over the last few months the number of people being referred to our foodbank has increased dramatically so this ongoing support is invaluable.

“We have six outreach foodbanks in North East Glasgow and each one is increasing the number of people it feeds each week. Without the exceptional goodwill and generosity of Celtic FC, Celtic FC Foundation and Celtic supporters we would struggle to help as many people as we do”.  


It’s exactly 2900 days since Celtic fought back to earn a 3-3 draw with Kilmarnock, a match that Neil Lennon will readily admit was the pivotal point in his career.

Celtic were awful that day, and Anthony Stokes rescued a point that rescued Lennon’s Celtic career.

At half time, as you will recall, it was 3-0 to Kilmarnock, and Celtic were ten points behind Rangers in the league…

How far he has come since then….Lennon, not Stokes. The two have seen their respective careers go in opposite directions.

Todays opponents are Kilmarnock, and we could do without the drama of that game all those years ago, as Celtic look to continue an impressive start to the season.

As ever, I’ll defer to Yokerbhoy, as he is better at this sort of thing than me…


Tomorrow we entertain one of the world’s oldest football clubs, Kilmarnock, who are currently celebrating exactly one and a half centuries of existence.

Obviously quite a few changes have taken place over there recently with a new team manager and two of their forwards joining the huns.

After an embarrassing flop in European competition followed up by two defeats in their first two league games, they’ve now risen up to mid-table having enjoyed two consecutive wins in their last two fixtures.

Their new Italian gaffer appears to have incorporated a pretty hardcore catenaccio style to their play with only four goals scored so far in this campaign and the same amount conceded.

They have been defending very well of late with Celtic youth product Stuart Findlay excelling in his CB role. The frequently Celtic-linked Scottish international RB Stephen O’Donnell, now 27 years old, is their top scorer with 2 goals while the highly experienced and unfortunately named veteran Irish midfielder Gary Dicker is still captaining the side.

He’s played for quite a few English clubs and in fact clocked up more than 100 appearances for Brighton. He is accompanied by another veteran midfielder, recent Dutch signing Mohamed El Makrini, who has been playing consistently well and notched up a fine goal against Hibs last weekend.

With Kris Boyd having hung up his boots, presumably to focus his unique talents on football punditry, ex Celtic youth player Eamon Brophy will carry on as their main front man although the Ayrshire fans are excited about new loan signing from Liverpool Liam Millar, who at 19 is already a full Canadian international.

Their team selection is likely to be along these lines:


O’ Donnell Del Fabrro Findlay Hmalainen

Power Dicker El Makrini McKenzie



In out camp confidence will be riding high after a good away performance in Europe but one or two key players could well be rested.

I think Kris Ajer is still nursing a groin injury but is likely to play as we don’t have too many CB options at the moment. With Bolingoli ruled out, Lenny will have the dilemma of deciding whether to give Greg Taylor (his knowledge of the visitors could be very useful) his long-awaited debut or opt for the in-form Johnny Hayes.

It’s a comfort to know that we have decent options now in that position considering how worrying things were only a few weeks ago immediately following KT’s departure.

It’ll be important to rest Calmac and maybe one or two others. We can keep Eddy in reserve as a potential supersub if things aren’t going to plan. If Griff isn’t 100% Baho should be given a shot at leading the attack.

We just have to be patient and keep plugging away playing that free-flowing incisive football that we’re starting to enjoy again and sooner or later we should be able to breach that stubborn defence. An early goal would come in very handy though.


Bauer Jullien Ajer Taylor

Brown Christie

Forrest Ntcham Elyounoussi


Subs: Gordon, El Hamed, Hayes, Connell, Rogic, Bayo, Edouard

Prediction: Celtic 3 Killie 0

Scorers: Forrest (2), Griffiths



It will be interesting to see who does start the game. If Bayo lines up ahead of Griffiths, then we’ll be getting a new striker in January.

Speaking of strikers, don’t be too sure that he’ll want to leave Celtic at the first show of money from an English club… not of this report is anything to go by, from Get French Football News, on twitter;

The match between France U21s and Czech Republic U21s that took place on September 9th was destined to be another simple friendly, with the young Frenchmen winning 3-1 in a relatively empty Stade de l’Aube in Troyes. But every game brings its share of lessons, and this one was no exception. Indeed, the performance of French striker Odsonne Édouard gave the game added interest.

The Celtic striker scored a brace full of technique and finesse against the Czechs, increasing his goal tally to six in 12 games in all competitions. A great reward for the former PSG prospect and Toulouse troublemaker, who had left the capital’s club quite anonymously in August 2016. He was a star inside PSG’s academy and had been crowned “best youngster of the year” by the fans but never got the chance to play for the first team.

Scottish redemption

Édouard’s career hasn’t always been a steady progression as it seems to be now. He was trained at the PSG academy and went through all the youth categories without playing a single minute as a professional. He admittedly appeared on the team-sheet for PSG’s last game of the 2015-16 season but remained on the bench. A paltry consolation that led the striker to leave on loan to Toulouse Football Club.

Unfortunately for the academy prodigy, the gap between his youth academy cocoon and the real life of a professional footballer proved to be harder to bridge than expected and he only scores one goal in his 17 appearances for the southwestern club. More worryingly, his first experience turned into a nightmare as he got involved in a stupid incident with teammate Mathieu Cafaro. He was indeed suspected of having shot at a passer-by with an airsoft gun from a car. The pedestrian was wounded in the ear and Édouard was later charged with a four months suspended prison sentence. His careers brutally came to halt just months after it had actually started, as he is let go by TFC. Édouard returned to PSG but was quickly loaned out again and left for a completely different place: Scotland.

This loan with Scotland’s champions was an unexpected opportunity for Édouard to make amends and be forgotten in France for a while. After two seasons of frustration, the French Guyana born striker was set to start anew.

Despite an understandable period of adaptation, Édouard’s first season was very encouraging. He scored 11 times in all competitions, including a memorable hat-trick against Motherwell. Brendan Rodgers used him mostly as a rotation player, but Édouard managed to impress virtually every time he was on the pitch. The striker seems to have scraped his old French troubled life and found a club that perfectly suits him. His successful adaptation was eased by the presence of several Frenchman, already well-settled in Glasgow, which he later confirmed in an interview given to Foot Mercato: “Scotland suits me well. I have many friends there, Olivier Ntcham, Moussa Dembélé (now at Lyon)… They helped me a lot when I arrived.”

His promising loan-spell in Glasgow earned him the right to finally get a permanent move, as he was viewed by Brendan Rodgers to be the perfect replacement for departing Moussa Dembélé. After more than six years in the capital, Odsonne Édouard left PSG in August 2018 for around €10.3m. This sizeable investment, combined with the departure of Dembélé leaving the attacking spot vacant, resulted in Édouard finally being let off the leash and he quickly became one of the most impressive performers in the Scottish Premiership. Perfectly suited to the rough and tumble nature of Scottish football, the 6 ft 1 attacker scored 22 goals and eight assists in all competitions, helping his side to win the “Treble Treble”.

He has rapidly become a fan-favourite through showcasing his wonderfully complete set of abilities, combining impressive free-kick skills, pace, strength and amazing, if not consistent, shot placement. But what really ended up winning over the Celtic fans was his tremendous audaciousness on the ball. The perfect example of his ingenuity was on show via his amazing solo effort against arch-rivals Rangers in the Old Firm where, after receiving the ball around the halfway line, he outran the whole Rangers’ defence and scored the goal that secured Celtic supremacy over the city once again.

Getting away from PSG

Odsonne Édouard’s success abroad highlights a situation that has been more and more recurrent since the 2011 takeover of PSG by the Qataris – very few players from the academy make it into the first team. An issue he underlined in the interview he gave to Foot Mercato following France’s victory over Czech Republic: “I didn’t have the chance to get some game time at PSG, so I was unable to give an account of myself. But now than I’m gone, I can show my qualities (…).” Game time is what every young player needs, and it is evident that PSG cannot provide it. There are countless examples of Parisian youngsters who left the club and succeeded elsewhere (Kingsley Coman, Moussa Dembélé, Dan-Axel Zagadou, Jonathan Ikoné…), and with the disappearance of the reserve team, the situation is not likely to end.

In contrast with other previous youngsters (Moussa Diaby, Christopher Nkunku etc.), Édouard was never given a chance, not a single minute. Even though he would have probably be sold or loaned out anyway, he is the incarnation of what is going wrong with PSG’s academy. A club that has been undermined by some internal disagreements regarding the management of the academy, which led to several of the best prospects leaving before even making it to the professional stage.

PSG have tried to fix this talent drain lately but were forced to sell most of the graduates in order to remain in the clear with FFP. The club somehow tried to keep up appearances by buying Xavi Simons from Barcelona’s La Masia, but this transfer was more a PR gimmick than part of a wider strategy.

QSI’s PSG have managed to settle just two academy prospects into the first team, but the results show it was a semi-success at best. Adrien Rabiot is probably one of the best prospects PSG ever developed, but his journey in the capital ended in the worst way possible. Sure, the midfielder shared his part of responsibility in the process (his mother too) but his leaving on a free transfer and being banished from 1st team activities leave a sour taste in the mouth and one wondering what could have been. Alphonse Areola is the other notable example and it is difficult to say that his case has been a significantly happer one. He has been on the fringes of being widely received as the club’s #1 throughout his whole career, the latest example of his “nearly” status being told he would be the club’s #1 by Thomas Tuchel earlier this summer only to be  included without any real consent in a swap deal with Keylor Navas.

Even though PSG have themselves a world pedigree keeper in the name of Keylor Navas, forcing Areola to leave on loan was another defeat for the club from a strategic perspective. Seeing former academy graduates succeeding away from PSG should not be a source of shame for the club, as it proves on the other hand that the Ile-de-France area is an incredible goldmine for talent. But, the club’s failure to incorporate these individuals into the first team despite sitting on the greatest localised area for world footballing talent remains damning.

The new king of Scotland

Édouard is just another example, yet in his case, leaving PSG was definitely the right decision. Funnily enough, his former Celtic teammate and “big bro” Moussa Dembélé made the same choice, having previously played for Paris’ U-17 academy. Both found themselves playing for the Scottish champions and succeeding there. Unfortunately, they did not play a lot together, but clearly made Celtic interesting again in the eyes of the French media. For example, when Dembélé broke out at Celtic, L’Équipe 21 broadcast the Old Firm derby for the first time. 


Although clearly French interest in Scottish football isn’t quite high enough to check out the meaning of phrases such as “the old firm “, it’s still refreshing to read something about Edouard that doesn’t feature comparisons with Alfredo Morelas.


The Orange Order did their community walkabout yesterday, and as far as I can see , there was little or no trouble. One could therefore argue that the police dereliction of duty was the right call, and the Orange Order are indeed a jolly nice bunch of chaps with no hint of racism , sectarianism or support for cold blooded murderers.


The trousers and belt suggest this fellow is a band member, which kind of negates the argument that the OO isn’t a racist and bigoted organisation.

However, I tend to concur with DB, on twitter, when he offers an explanation…

The George sq protest last week by the Orange Order was on the basis interfering with marches was anti Protestant. However clearly their marches are also about airing extreme right wing British imperialist views 

The shirt refers to the 1972 Derry massacre of 14 Irish citizens by the “elite” Paratrooper regiment led by Sir Mike Jackson now the British Armies leader. The Irish in Derry at the time had no vote, no rights + were treated as 2nd class citizens, thus their massacre was Britains Sharpeville. People in a British colony were massacred for standing up for their rights. In the minds of the shirt wearer the victims are sub-human. This is due to the racialisation of the inferior Irish by the British for centuries. 

This is overt extreme right wing British imperialist anti Irish racism on the streets of Glasgow in 2019. Its wrongly described as sectarian and as such receives no proper focus. For those interested in anti racism in Scotland in 2019 you need to be aware of this.  


But there is still hope that the decent people put there can perhaps ostracise the cancer of racism from society. We can all help our fellow man regardless of colour, creed or religion.

In fact, I’ll make a start right here and right now…

Gary Bus Commander
Any Rangers fans that park in the red circle, particularly the ones in the yellow circle, facing into the Ibrox complex, can you check your dash cam to see if you caught anyone inflicting damage to my car between 7.30pm and 9.50pm. I’d greatly appreciate it. Thanks in advance. 
I know exactly who launched the offending object. I even spoke to him about it, and he’s got a message for Gary..
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https://twitter.com/i/status/1174977570950901767 is where you’ll find the indisputable evidence.
Someone might like to post that in the comments..my technical skills are not quite skilful enough.
Those of you who have in the past commented on my spelling may like to note that in compound adjectives, such as “skilful “, it is appropriate to drop the second “l”.  
I just wanted you to know that I know what a compound adjective is. It’s what keeps us ahead of other sites, thats what it is.
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On Friday, we had this image, which seemed to bring back a few memories for some of you…
Dziekanowski’s nightclub child September 20, 2019 at 9:09 am · Edit · Reply →

Caption: Police Scotland put the first Catholics in their ‘safe space’ for their own good! 

And honourable mentions to;

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Caption: Catholic Churches in Glasgow prepare for marching season 

Puggy67 September 20, 2019 at 8:51 pm · Edit · Reply →

Caption: In New York Jeffrey Epstein’s estate has a garage sale. 



Today, thanks to Only2togo on twitter, we have quite possibly the most bizarre picture we have ever invited pontification on…



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Mike A

Caption: Charlie Nicholas spotted on holiday.


Will never forget that killie 3/3 game. From the h/t despondant spliff with two of my sons to the f/t champagne one it was glorious we’re all Neil Lennon day. God bless Neil Lennon and the Celtic


Another brilliant diary, enjoy the game, Yoker your contribution was excellento once again, I think that I will write a letter to see if the club is looking to bring in another scout. When Brendan Rodgers left it would be fair to say that most of us would be very disappointed, disappointed also about the lack of professionalism in appointing the new manager. Appointing someone in the showers, I mean come on. However, Lennon has proved most doubters wrong and that he really is the right appointment after all. Its extraordinary how supporters favourite players leave for pastures new, players… Read more »

Yoker Bhoy

Morning Mikey, I hope you’re still getting on grand. That’s a huge compliment to pay me mate but I think even yer man Congerton would definitely have a far better eye than me for a player. I suppose I could recommend a sizeable list of pros plying their trade in Spain but they wouldn’t come cheap. I just wonder how Brexit will affect the future acquisition of new signings. I imagine that all existing contracts would have to be respected but will there be an maximum quota for EU players featuring in any chosen XI for any given official game… Read more »

Yoker Bhoy

No need to apologise CS. You’ve made some very valid points here.

John McDermott

Another good diary going to Celtic park today.
We done some shopping yesterday for food banks.
Ridiculous that they exist .
Will sign petition when we get there.
Caption(Celtic fans reenact The song Take it down from the mast!)

Georgina George

Your Caption is hysterical & also brilliant. I’ve emailed your quote to New Zealand Celtic fans .


Caption: In the words of father Dougal Mcguire, “and it’s an extra special forfeit as your such a big cheating bastard”.

caption The original dizzy blonde.


Granada, Stick your heed between your legs and kiss your B-Arse-a-lona

Yoker Bhoy

Watched the full game last night Mike. Barça have been piss poor away from home so far this season and Granada provisionally go top of the league.


Yoker, your assessments resonate with me, they are concise and informative, they make valid points and we all value your input. We have been a wee bit down this past week or two having lost our companion of the last fifteen years, our Limerick bhoy, he gave us so much joy and happiness and complete loyalty, a member of our family. But life must go on and I’m glad that I have the football to take my mind of it, no doubt I will vent my spleen at the game today. So no need to be embarrassed just keep on… Read more »

Yoker Bhoy

Very sorry to hear of your loss Mike. I’m sure he was a wonderful person but, as you say, life must go on. I’ve got a sneaky feeling we’ll be in for a great game today. Enjoy!


Yoker, Now I am the one with a riddy, I should have made myself much clearer, the Limerick bhoy was our wee dug, but still as close to our hearts as any human being could be. I’m looking forward to the game mate and thank you for your kind response, a typical response from the one who’s moniker is Yoker Bhoy.

Yoker Bhoy

Doh, silly of me not to spot that one Mike. A big loss all the same. RIP Limerick Bhoy.

Most disgusting disgraceful photo of Celtic fan ever!fucking idiot!

most disgusting disturbing photo ever taken!



They obviously didn’t go to a Catholic school.


Good to see Ireland schooling the hopeless blue bigots this morning.

Pat Higney

I remember the miners strike well. in my village, Croy, the majority of the menfolk were miners. The local welfare club set up a food bank for us families on strike and every week I would go down with my mother to pick up tins and bread kindly donated by the families of men who had other employment. My mother was never embarrassed by this, only angry and exasperated that she couldn’t control the situation. It made me realise some things; That there was a section of society who could quite easily eat the best of foods while watching others… Read more »


Pat, Great post, well said. During the miners strike, I owned a wee family business, building steel shelving for mainly into the book-room’s of the Scottish banks. All my pals were mostly miners, a great bunch of men, I gave them as much work as I could and paid them cash in hand, that solidarity made for great friendships that continue to this day. When the strike was over, they returned the favour, asking for me to supply industrial shelving into the pits, which I did.

Pat Higney

Well done Mike, guys like yourself were gold dust to miners’ families. I hope that your kindness has been repaid a million times over!
Your actions will never be forgotten by your friends

Pat Higney

Well done Mike, guys like yourself were gold dust to miners’ families. I hope that your kindness has been repaid a million times over!
Your actions will never be forgotten by your friends


Pat Higney

Mike, well done for that mate, your friends will never forget your kindness!
I hope your generosity has been repaid a million times over


It was Pat, it was in their eyes and in their hearts, that was worth more than any kind of monetary reward.

Ralph, re: the Res 12 petition, is there an on-line site for signatures.
I have mobility issues and my only contact with the Club these days is through Celtic TV and the Blogs.
I’m sure there must be a lot of people like me that fall into that category.



Jimboh, Sorry to hear about your mobility issues mate, here is Auldheid’s Res.12 E-Mail addy: auldheid046@gmail.com


Jimboh, Sorry to hear about your mobility issues, I did put up Auldheids Res.12 archive E-Mail addy, but its awaiting moderation.

Thanks Mike……..


Honest hoops

Caption; proof that protestants schools are to blame..




Excellent diary – many thanks.

Compare and contrast the quality of the French reportage with the crap served up in the SMSM…


Caption: take this rag in wi ye. There’s never any bog roll in the bogs at this sh!thole



Can I wipe my bottom with this lads

Poverty the poor, the great and the good blame them for all the problems in society whilst stealing from the system.
We can blame the bankers etc; but our so called socialist politicians soon fall into line to feather their greedy wee nests and a title maybes.
Until we have a major change, maybe a wee revolution the suits will rule the world.
Will look out for a Res 12 petition today, more power to them.

Celtic 2-0

Mr greene


Hey you with the camera, throw up them matches ……………..Cheers pal.


Oh, no Griffiths.

Steve Naive

CS, not an Annual Collection, maybe 4 times a season.
Fergus was in town this week but hasn’t stayed for the game.

Steve Naive

Anyone see the Res12 guys around the ground ?

Pat Higney

Caption: Nothing funny I’m afraid, this is nothing more than an attempt at getting 5 minutes of fame. Respect should be shown with quiet dignity, not, look at me everyone

Pat Higney

I just think mate, that if you go to all that trouble to stick on the hoops and head off to Ibrox, to show respect, the act of climbing onto a wall with a union flag to get as much attention as possible , takes away from the act of respecting an opponent. This was done for selfish, look at me, type reasons………. in my opinion, of course

Yoker Bhoy

Brilliant fightback, well done lads. Wee Jamesie immense today. Just hope big Jullien will be ok as the last thing we need is more injuries to centre backs.



Back res12 sack Lawwell.Back the team

Steve Naive

Celtic played okay and well in parts. Against 10 behind the ball we were too tight at times but kept looking to get wide. What a cross from Forrest for Eddy’s equalizer. Julien’s block after he got injured typifies the spirit just now. Good minutes applause for Fernando Ricksen and Fergus did make an appearance to good applause also. Referee was shocking. Allowed huge time wasting first half and added on 1 minute. Incompetent and biased. Never saw any Res12 guys.

A game of two halves. In the first half, the influence of Killie’s Italian manager was clear…..a bolt defence set up to facilitate a fast break up the park by 3 attacking players. Rope a dope was the order of the day. Celtic had chances to kill the game early but a mixture of bad luck and a good keeper kept us out. Bolingoli played well in this match as opposed to his display in France midweek.He had a reasonable chance to open the scoring but, as usual, got excited and blasted the ball wide. How someone with his name… Read more »


Mike Bassett ^


hickey was in the celtic acadamy at st ninnians for a few year sais ……hees no a bad player


Always difficult coming back from the midweek european games. Good victory HH

Long post gone awol.

Too bad.



I have seen some inept referees in Scottish leagues but today’s was the Queen of them all. Good attitude re Fernando Rickson MND is dreadful I don’t even wish it on the idiot with the “Bloody Sunday no apology needed shirt.” We fought back well but the team was provoking Lenny a bit today. Great reception for FERGUS, a man who kept his promises and never walked away from a fight on behalf of Celtic.


He walked away from Jorge, Paolo & Pierre tho, not to mention making life difficult for Tommy Burns!

Still, how much did he leave with? £45m?

Was he there today to put some money back in?
Did he buy his ticket?


Yeah ok


the bunnet saved the club, rebuilt the stadium and put the club on the sound financial footing it is today. it was not part of his remit to plamas the 3 arseholes you mentioned. pure mercenaries of the worst type. yes, he did fight with tommy but that’s what a good chairman is for. he got well paid when he left celtic but he was a business man who gave us far more than we gave him. we have a club today going for 9 in a row and much of the credit goes to him. your comment about him… Read more »


Caption: Dear Sir, with regard to your application the findings of the ecclesiastical tribunal is as follows: Fuck an annulment divorce the bitch. Sincerely J Esuit The Vatican.

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Evidence of the vanguard bleaters ‘ plant’ celtic fan is captured by one armed photographer


3-1 going on 7-1- (Ooohh) What more can you ask from these players who are giving their all, once again some brilliant attacking play. Its only six league games in but already some have played double that including Internationals and European games. You cannot ask for more, Broony looked tired and no wonder, brilliant against Rennes, if only we had brought in big Vic. to give him a break, perhaps in January, or more probably Bitton could gives him a little rest. The picker of locks (James Forrest) has obviously been given a more free-role (wandering Willie) he is creating… Read more »

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