Celtic Diary Friday October 18: In The News Today

Ryan Christie is suspended for the visit of Ross County tomorrow as the hoops begin the fight to regain top spot in the league. He’ll probably be replaced by Olivier Ntcham, who if he’s up for it , should be an able replacement.

The return of domestic football, at least for a couple of weeks until the next pointless break, will allow Neil Lennon to instill a sense of urgency into his players, who looked a little jaded against Hibernian and Livingston.

Now that they’ve had their collective arses kicked, can we expect a return to the blistering form of some of the earlier games ?

A morale boosting win is needed, but not as much as a morale boosting performance. From here until the next break, total focus is required, from the players and the management.

If Lennon has to ask someone if they are one hundred per cent ready for a game, then he should trust that instinct and let them rest.

There are more than enough players in the squad who can cover, and starting with the best available eleven tomorrow is the way forward, but after that if he thinks there is evidence of mental or physical fatigue, then he has to be ruthless…

Current leaders “rangers ” are at Hearts, who haven’t had their troubles to seek this season, and the nedia have claimed that Aaron hickey, the former Celtic Academy player, is on their radar..with a £2m move in January mentioned, but only by media manipulator James Traynor.

Should the unlikely happen and Hickey tread the path to oblivion, Celtic would receive 30% of any fee, and there is a certain delight in anticipating that possibly being the bill that breaks the bears back…

However, in the real world, several proper clubs are also looking at Hickey, and he’ll probably want to join one with at least a better than average chance of lasting longer than any contract he signs.


Nick Hammond has finally been given the nod to take up the director of football operations post and can now get to work on making recommendations that could help Celtic into the Champions League groups next season, especially if Lennon fails to win the Europa League.


However, concerns about his ability to spot someones ability to do a job competently were raised when he was left to hire the photographer to capture his first day at work.. presumably he was unaware there are no height restrictions on photographers at Celtic Park.


There should, however be restrictions on which newspapers are allowed to enter Celtic Park…

The Record have surpassed themselves this time…

Lazio Ultras rage over ‘farcical’ Celtic racism charge and detail UEFA act of defiance

Celtic racism charge ?

Or was it fascism ?

Daily Record Sport
Lazio Ultras rage over ‘farcical’ Celtic fascism charge and promise UEFA act of defiance 
The story concerns a statement from Lazio Ultras that protests against the penalty imposed by UEFA to close part of their stand for next months game against Celtic.
Celtic play them next month, and had nothing to do with any charges levelled at Lazio, which is not what you get from the headlines.
The word farcical in this context applies only to the standard of reportage within the piss poor rag, and maybe it’s time they were dropped from the reading lists of Celtic fans…just don’t buy it.
Maybe the club should also make their views known on the casual way that the brands name has been linked to fascism and racism.
If we talk of it as a brand, the board might actually give a toss, which is something they don’t usually do.
If we simply say club, they won’t care. When it comes to anything that harms the club, they tend to stay out of the way…
Elsewhere, and the BBC#s Mark Daly has revealed that Gordon Neely, the former coach at Ibrox who was facing charges of child abuse before he died, wasn’t sacked after all by the Ibrox club, or at least they didn’t want it known that he was sacked, presumably to avoid anyone asking awkward questions about the reasons for his dismissal.
Instead of being handed over to the Police, Neely was wished every success for the future, an unusual way to part company with a paedophile that has just been dismissed..
Daly reported:

New evidence has emerged suggesting Rangers FC covered up the reasons why a former youth coach accused of child sex offences left the club.

Rangers have consistently said they sacked Gordon Neely in 1991 after a complaint from worried parents and then reported him to the police.

But the new evidence shows that is not what the club said publicly at the time – and Neely’s alleged victim insists a police report was never made.

Rangers denied a cover-up.

Gordon Neely coached children at Hutcheson Vale, Hibernian and Rangers in the 1980 and 90s. A BBC Scotland investigation in 2017 revealed the extent of his abuse at those three clubs, including allegations that Hibs failed to pass on concerns about his behaviour when Neely moved to Rangers in 1986. 

You’ll note here there is no mention of his time at Dundee United, where he would have worked with Walter Smith and Richard Gough, two men who I’m sure the media will be talking to about any suspicions they had.

Neely would carry on abusing at Rangers until a complaint was made in 1991 which led to his dismissal.

Rangers told the BBC in 2017 that Neely was sacked and reported to the police. Two months ago, the club told The Sun: “It was important Rangers took both steps without delay to address this matter.” 

Rangers News

However, this has been called into question after the BBC obtained an article in the club’s newspaper marking his departure, which made no mention of abuse concerns and wished him “every success in the future”.


The Ibrox club immediately responded….

“BBC Scotland’s reporting on these horrific incidents and, in particular, its sensationalist and unfair accusation of a cover up by Rangers is disgraceful.

 ” Rangers based its prior description as to what occurred on trusted first-hand accounts from those with personal knowledge of what took place and the appropriate steps taken at that time.

“To suggest, as BBC Scotland’s Mark Daly has done, that these are invalidated by a short, filler piece in the Rangers News written almost 30 years ago by someone who clearly had no knowledge of the events, or the reasons for Neely’s sacking is nonsense. Indeed, it is shameful. 

On a matter of such gravity we do not think it is unreasonable to expect better than Mr Daly’s report.

“The important people here are the victims of abuse and we owe it to them to deal sensitively and supportively with the issues they raise.

“Rangers will do all it can to assist in offering support and counselling to anyone affected. Their wellbeing should be at the centre of every right thinking person’s concern.” 


Not even a promise to look into the matter…just a flat out denial and a claim that the guy who write the piece didnlt know what he was on about…one wonders if he’s still around to back up what he wrote, perhaps even naming his source,  or will no one ask him ?


There was an endemic problem in British football with child abuse at the time, and recent evidence has uncovered links between the perpetrators at different clubs, and those links are what need to be focused on of any closure or justice is to be attained.

With those in the media pointing fingers at clubs, it kind of moves the attention away rom the predators, who in reality used the clubs to get at their victims.

Firstly, all the victims must be encouraged to come forward, and they must receive all the care that they need to deal with what happened to them.

In confidence, and with the utmost sensitivity.

Then attention should be given to who worked with who, and where, and also to any connections between different clubs who may have had their youth coaches recommend players to other clubs, on a regular basis.

As indeed should any individuals who worked with abusers at different clubs.


It’s Friday, and of course that means it’s time for

Knob of the Week 

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It’s Cap’n Baz,

and his astonishing piece about racism…

Bulgaria racism shame could happen in Scotland if we’re not vigilant – Barry Ferguson

Barry warns there’s no room for complacency in the fight against hate after England players were subjected to vile abuse in Sofia.


I sat in the stand at Tynecastle as a nine-year-old on the day Mark Walters was subjected to disgraceful racist abuse just a couple of months into his Rangers career.

Back then I would go to most games with my dad to watch my brother, Derek, play and that fixture in January 1988 is one that is remembered for all the wrong reasons.

Walters had also suffered racism on his debut at Celtic Park earlier that same month in the Ne’erday Old Firm derby, but it really hit the headlines following the match with Hearts.

If you look back at the footage on YouTube from that day it’s disgusting when you see the bananas raining down as he was preparing to take a corner. 

The guy came to Scotland to play football. I was probably too young at the time to actually realise what was going on, but looking back now it was shameful. Thankfully when Rangers travel along the M8 for Sunday’s lunchtime clash in Gorgie the visiting players won’t be subjected to what Walters had to face in January 1988.

I was just a month short of my 10th birthday when that game took place and at the time too young to really appreciate what was going on. 

It’s almost 32 years since that game, and you have to say that thankfully racism in Scottish football isn’t as much of an issue and we’ve moved on since those days. But England’s Euro 2020 qualifier against Bulgaria in Sofia on Monday night shows that the same can’t be said of all countries.

I watched the game in Sofia on Monday and, like any normal human being, I was absolutely disgusted at the racist abuse the England players were subjected to.

We have long since reached the stage that UEFA must take a tougher stance and simply boot any offending club or country out of the competition where the offence takes place. 

Stadium closures, partial stadium closures and fines are simply not working and points deduction and tournament expulsion is the only course of action that might eradicate this.

The punishment being handed out is simply not working, so the only way to get the message through to these morons is by hitting clubs and national associations, because that will hurt them. Monday should be a watershed moment. UEFA must take strong action and they can start by kicking Bulgaria out of the Euro 2020 qualifiers.

There needs to be a zero tolerance approach because it’s sickening. We need to work to stamp it out throughout the world, both in football and society in general.

It was so sad watching players like Marcus Rashford and Raheem Sterling – guys who are just out to play the game – going through what they did.

Look at Tyrone Mings, who was making his England debut. 

That should have been the proudest moment of his career but he found himself reporting the racists.

It must have been so tough for the Aston Villa man but it shows how mentally strong they are, and I have so much admiration for him and his team-mates, because you can see the pain etched on their faces. You have to commend them for being able to play at a very good level through the suffering, but that doesn’t make it right.

I must be honest and say that as a player I was never in a situation where racist abuse was directed at any black players I was playing alongside.

It’s probably the only thing in my career I never really encountered in terms of racial abuse coming from fans or even opposition players, which also happens.

But it was always in my mind that, particularly when I was captain or even just as a more experienced player, if it did happen then I wouldn’t have accepted it. 

I would have gone straight to the referee and I have to say that is the case now as a manager, because I have black players at Kelty Hearts and if I heard any abuse directed toward them I wouldn’t stand for it.

My reaction would be to leave the pitch, but I suppose ultimately I would have to have a chat with the players and let them decide.

Is it a strength or a weakness to walk off? I honestly don’t know the right answer.

You don’t want the morons to win but there has to be a solution to stop it.

It’s not just in football, if I heard that kind of thing just walking down the street then I would get involved – it’s a societal issue.

I treat everyone the same way regardless of their race, colour or religion and it’s a joke that in 2019 the England players had to go through what they did in Bulgaria.

In British football we have groups like Show Racism the Red Card who deserve a lot of praise for the fantastic work they do, and they don’t get enough credit and backing.

A lot of former players are involved and they get into schools to help educate kids and do a great job, but they need more support.

They are trying to erase it from football and they do a brilliant job. We have to count ourselves lucky that there isn’t a huge problem in Scottish football.

But you can never get complacent and we need to work to erase it everywhere as no player or person, anywhere in the world, on a football pitch or on the street, should be abused for having a different colour of skin.

I’ve reproduced the whole article, to give an idea of how many words Barry managed without mentioning this… a much more recent incident…

‘Absolutely disgusted’ Celtic star Scott Sinclair hits out after receiving racist abuse on Twitter

The English winger was the target of sickening abuse at Ibrox on Saturday and more followed on social media tonight.  

Or perhaps maybe highlighting the words of Neil Lennon… from November last year…

“I’ve thought about walking away when I was manager of Celtic, “

“Again, with all the furore and the empty vessels talking after Wednesday – people spouting opinions and totally getting the wrong end of things, I may reconsider my position again.

“I had a career in England unblemished by this sort of stuff. I had two years at Bolton [as manager] – again, no abuse, no attacks, no suspensions or anything like that. And as soon as I’ve come back to Scotland it’s started to rear its ugly head again.” 

“You call it sectarianism here in Scotland, I call it racism,” 

“If a black man is abused, you’re not just abusing the colour of his skin – you’re abusing his culture, heritage, his background.

“It’s the exact same when I get called a Fenian, a pauper, a beggar, a tarrier. These people have a sense of entitlement, or a superiority complex, and all I do is stand up for myself. 

Is Barry saying we have no need of racism against black players because we already have our own type of racism for those who like that sort of thing to enjoy ?


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The six twenty to bath spa is running on time ?


Caption: Extinction Rebellion protestor does the unheard of & washes.


Barry Ferguson is a fkn twat, he has an opinion on everything but doesn’t like talking about his EBT does he?
A cheating fck, who can get to fck!


His 2.5m EBT – and his financial shenanigans attempting to avoid the taxman – is partly why he has an opinion on everything… He gets paid for spouting shite – as do a whole conga line of EBT clowns in the media, especially those like Bazza & Eck who nobody’s daft enough anymore to give a job in football.


Caption: Patrick Roberts enjoys life in the fast lane.


BREAKING: Ralph, I wish to lay down a charity challenge to Charlie Saiz. The next ETims gathering i propose a 50-50 challenge between Charlie Saiz & myself. I’d like you to place a football on the floor & Charlie Saiz & i have to go for it, i was going to ask TicToc to countdown from 5 but felt he would find that a bit difficuilt, so that job could go to Weered as he understands the clock mechanisms. So, i propose a £5 for every foot Charlie Saiz lands away from the ball, i have already set aside a… Read more »




Caption: ” This is your driver speaking, next stop is Bath “


Celtic v Ross County tractor trailers






French Eddy.

Patrick O Hara

Young Archimedes toasts a Eureka moment.


Graham Sourness knew. Walter Smith knew.

The manager should get Sinclair involved and stop being peters puppet,guys done it three years in a row and to be dropped for Morgan,Johnston and Elyounoussi is mental as the real Cluj game proved!


Can anyone explain why a left-back, now reputedly worth £2m was allowed to leave Parkhead? (With a 30% buy-on clause, so someone rated him). We have a player, signed in the summer, who has yet to kick a ball in earnest and a current left-back who couldn’t tackle a fish supper. Go figure.

Caption : ‘The Clockwork Orange unveils its 1st class service’.

The Cha

If you mean Hickey then I believe we offered him a new contract which he turned down. At the time, I assume, he wasn’t a standout hence we didn’t push it but inserted the 30% in case he comes good in the future. Remember a couple of years ago they had another 16yo wonderkid who “bossed” Scott Brown. He’s now at Raith Rovers. Robertson was let go at 15 for the same reason and the fact that he could only get a gig at Queens Park showed where he was at at that stage. If he’d stayed with us the… Read more »


Yup I’m talking about Hickey. If we offered him a new contract, somebody must have thought he had a chance of making it. If he turned it down for a contract with Hearts, that doesn’t say much for what was on offer from us. Maybe he wanted more playing time and now he’s playing first team football against us.

The Cha

As did the other 16yo who’s now at Raith.

Scotland always hails these wonderkids who usualy disappear into obscurity ala Cochrane, Gauld, McLeod etc.


Woman with strange wheel leg sees Paddy Roberts pretend he’s still at the pool in Girona



Ryan Christie catches the early bath express at the spaghettihad


Caption: En route to the lookalikes convention, Pete Townsend and Laurie Mcmenemy are unimpressed with John Belushi’s ice bath stunt.

John McDermott

A paul gazza gascoigne fan reenactment of his sh***ing and drinking in the bath at Celtic park.
Meanwhile gazzas of cheering up fat birds.
While the jury think it’s all a bit of high jinx.
Britain in a nutshell.
Racism in Scotland is so ingrained that we get the blame for it! Its catholic schools! Meanwhile the Orange order openly March spouting their hatred.
Scotland in a nutshell.
Donald Trump president of USA Boris Johnson prime minister of Britain the world is so F***ed up.
Roll on 9 in a row put all of them back in their coffins until they win the closed season again.


Perfectly placed m8, well said!


Its the big conundrum, how do you have a quality team, playing attractive attacking football with quality players who get pushed and pulled and have to deal with big lumps of wood, tugging your jersey and shorts, fouling you, trying desperately to put you off your stride. While at the same time in European competitions facing quicker more technical teams, playing in a higher quality league. All the while knowing that the referee and MSM are doing their utmost to DOB you in and issue you with cards or retrospective red cards. What is the answer? Surely it must be… Read more »


Sectarianism or Irish Racism in Scotland, “Take your Pick” both cheeks of the same arse. “Call it Out” a taxpayer funded, wholly discredited organisation. “Bonny Scotland,” bonnier for some, less so for others.
Sectarianism? it seems that it is more palatable to say that, than it is to say Racism… # Call it out, for what it is.

The Cha

Unless I’ve got the wrong end of the stick you mean Show Racism the Red Card (and Nil By Mouth also) who are government funded and apologists for Anti-Irish Racism and Anti-Catholic bigotry.

Call It Out is not gov funded and successfully challenges the above and calls out the hypocrites.


D’oh, “Shut up Flanders”, A Homer Simpson moment, I’m hungry, mmmm Donuts.


call um out cha ha ha ha ha did you forget yer tablets this morning m ikey ha ha ha ha


“Shut Up Flanders” mibbee aye! 😉


he he


Caption: Post-Brexit and getting their product fresh to market proves challenging for the smug wee prick industry.

Yoker Bhoy

Lengthy post on tomorrow’s game been put out to pasture.

The Cha

Caption: Collum shows his speed to send off Christie at Livi is nothing, as he sends a Hun opponent for an early bath on the way to the game.


Charlie you are right the victims are the priority but the cover up needs challenged, in abuse of vulnerable persons the cover up is a major part of the problem. By publicly attacking the cover up we bring an element of protection perhaps to future potential victims, if abusers feel it is swept under the carpet they win.


caption av heardy mind the gap but no mind the tap


Monti, ‘lest I forget’, I didn’t see your class response to my inferring you were a big Arab, here:
“The Aladdin wing of the IRA
The flying carpet column”
Truly fuckin’ excellent Pal, just priceless!




I agree with Barry Ferguson: “Stadium closures, partial stadium closures and fines are simply not working and points deduction and tournament expulsion is the only course of action that might eradicate this.”

Lets’ start here:

“Rangers are have been told to close 3000 seats at Ibrox as UEFA has ruled that a group of Rangers supporters were guilty of racist behaviour – which includes sectarian singing – during the match against St Joseph’s at Ibrox on July 18.”


FFS, hooked again. Grrrrrrrrr. 1st comment.
If it’s fakkin “Akismet” that’s carryin’ the can here, give me some contact details. Ah’ll NOT show them how to “reduce spam” ah’ll take their fakkin directors an’ reduce THEM tae “spam”.
FFS! An’ ah’m a level-headed, church-going, sober individual, as you all know, but even I can see the red mist descend.
NB “red mist” is not rhyming slang. 🙂 Hic!


Caption: Commuters consider using Shank’s pony rather than continue to endure notorious fart in the bath in public fetishist


tic toc a dont know iff theyr at the wind up but see if ye take oot the et and add another two s and a a akismet is an anagram ae kiss ma ass make ae that what you will ha ha haha


Charlie Pal, that wiz a lot of work tae go to, but if bringing a smile tae ma smiley coupon was the aim, ach yer no the winner but mibbaes in the hunt? Ah laugh at nearly everythin’ you come oot wae. The Calton was a FN education all of its own and I’ve a strong feeling you’re one of The Calton’s Bhoys. Ha, Tongs Ya Bass! Ma maternal side wiz from London Road, parishioners of Saint Alphonsus. Ma Da and his crew were frae Ru’glen. Not too far apart really. I’m only telling anyone who can listen…………I’ve been bladdered… Read more »


Robertson was actually told he was too small. Now he might not have shown any signs of how good he was to become but “ too small” was a kop out… sorry.

The Cha

Think that’s bollocks, as we never had a Tony Pulis “everyone must be 6’+” policy.


He said it himself… duh !

The Cha

The only attributable quotes I’ve seen:

“Over time, I found my way into midfield, and in my last season with Celtic I bounced between the middle and left side quite a bit. They’d brought in a new technical director that year and apparently, I just wasn’t in the plans for whatever reason.

“At my end-of-year interview, the coaches let me know they wouldn’t be bringing me back. I was 15. One year away from getting a pro contract. One year from being a proper Celtic player. But it was over, just like that, and it hurt like hell.


Are you calling Steve a liar?

The Huns used to racially abuse all our black players when they had some energy left over from their anti-Irish Catholic racism. They even racially abused their own black players!!! Remember big Marvin Andrews? A friend of mine was at Ibrox and he reported the abuse to the ‘stewards’. He was told: “Forget it pal…” The Mark Walters banana incident was forever to our shame. I wasn’t there that day. Any of youse there? Tomorrow, we need a big victory and a big score. 5-0 to the Bhoys.


I was there. In the old Celtic end. There was also a guy in a gorilla costume.


I was there in the jungle a very sad day.


Gorillas do actually live in the Jungle, there was also a guy dressed as a Parrot in the Jungle….was that racist?


Let’s not forget the abuse that Paul Wilson God rest him had to endure without a peep from any one.


As did Scott Sinclair…..


Think we need to take the shackles off tomorrow.
Ajer Jullien El Hamed
Forrest Brown Ntcham McGregor Hayes
Edouard Bayo.
Give em hell bhoys 4_0


Every now and then, if one carries a degree of luck, one is exposed to a life-long mate, life-long friends, life-long principles, life-long inspiration and then you get Leonard Cohen on top. A small example: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BmPUu-rMpWA
Aye, I’ve had genuine struggles, in-heid, oota-heid. The Celtic has helped me enormously as it has eroded me, due directly to the arsehole known as Peter Lawwell.
Some of us understand TAL, some do not and some don’t care.
I proffer that ALL of you, one day, will understand that I understood TAL, and then brought it into general view.


Aye, a GREAT site fukked by cheap intervention of computer-generated, thieving bastard entities ca’d moderators. Fuck ma auld boots! Ralph, as I’ve stated for years now, TicToc will happily pay a small amount monthly, ABSOLUTELY without any ‘special privilege’. Just for the love of eTims. In life, there’s always a solution. May not be obvious, but always there. Ah was recently advised tae seek help over “anger” and to seek “anger management”. Ah did. Frae me. Ah up-graded frae (app) 4.2mm tae 7.3mm. It’ll take doon a fuckin’ lamp-post frae 500 metres! Fakkin brulliant, ma ‘anger’ dissipated… gone, like a… Read more »


And the fakkin mod(s) strike(s) again! I’ll give him/them a clue – I’m a south-paw – and when confronted with him and his tarts, they wont have a fucking clue which of two ‘bunches of five’ dropped them into oblivion. Please bring this on. I’m fucking itching to provide a long-term solution on eTims and will happily dispatch any number of mother-fucking ‘analysts’ in order we get back to the good old days. BTW, “analysts” provides a clue in the first four letters; should just be ca’ed what they are, ARSEHOLES! #Ah told the truth to all and sundry, we’ll… Read more »


And the fakkin mod(s) strike(s) again! I’ll give him/them a clue – I’m a south-paw – and when confronted with him and his tarts, they wont have a fucking clue which of two ‘bunches of five’ dropped them into oblivion. Please bring this on. I’m fucking itching to provide a long-term solution on eTims and will happily dispatch any number of mother-fucking ‘analysts’ in order we get back to the good old days. BTW, “analysts” provides a clue in the first four letters; should just be ca’ed what they are, ARSEHOLES! #Ah told the truth to all and sundry, we’ll… Read more »


Ah’m now slipping under after the best part of 96 hours saving Catalonia. Somewhere I intended posting this Donovan clip, but ah’m clueless as to where. I hope some kind soul corrects all this for me, and says Khaddish for me. I’ll be grateful when I’m dead, just like The Grateful Dead! HH and a happy barmitzvah for anyone who’s lost the plot so much that they let some cunt cut off your foreskin. Ah religion, all the answers are in there, provided you ask the ‘correct’ pre-determined questions. And you have the outright fucking nerve to ‘pray’ for, for… Read more »


Ah’ll dream well tonight. Haven’t slept much whilst doing a vigil, a vigil tae Catalonia and a supporter by drinking as much of their wine as possible; I wont embarrass the silly ‘Hungarian’ cunt who tried tae be smart here. I don’t often make predictions; the failure of the (all-knowing) press being wrong so often, it seems futile. But I’m not scared of jumping in at the deep-end. So, Celtic 5 Ross Co 1 (penalty). The new huns will beat the old east-coast huns and whae gi’es a fuck aboot that? Here we go, NINE in a row……. Hail! Hail!… Read more »


Ralph, yer stuff is 2nd to none Pal and you’re a very special mhan. But even you make wee mistakes: “A morale boosting win is needed, but not as much as a morale boosting performance.” It should really be the other way round Pal, viz: A morale-boosting performance is needed, but not as much as a morale-boosting win. I reckon that’s what you meant anyway and, as you’re a country fucking mile ahead of other Tim sites, I exonerate you herewith and look forward to reading and commenting on your next pish-stained patter. (PSP) You’re a special mhan Ralph, and… Read more »


Somewhere, over the last few blurry days I promised to post this. It’s excellent, if not his best. If there’s such a thing as an ‘after-life’ I hope him and Marianna meet again.
Marianna is mostly know from ‘So Long Marianne’, but I’m thinking Marianne was just easier to get in rhyme?



I’ve displayed levels of patience on here that I had no idea I could.
But, enough is enough.
I’m fucking SICK of it. The ‘big brother hooker syndrome’?
Of course, I wont be missed and it’ll free up space for some really fascinating characters like……fuck me, too many to mention. A REAL fucking pity.
BTW, Devoy especially but I’m sure others are interested too, I DID email Barca but, as yet, haven’t had a reply.
I’ll gladly post the email I sent as I feel it may take many of us to elicit a response.


Talk aboot frustrating? This site’s fukked.
The Financial Advice I offered you earlier was the best I can do within the scope of the question. On another note:
Whether ‘they’re’ cheaper on Leith Walk or Blythswood Square is something that’s out of my ‘territory’. I can, however, offer you this number, 31-12-57,1916, and just ask for Monti.
He knows fuck all aboot everything but it’s nice tae involve thems that urnae carryin’ a full load! xxx


Caption: Subway Loyal show solidarity with King’s cold shoulder with frozen balls

And,so sitting second.They right footers???.

Hey you, sit into my tub.I`m to meet!

Is twitter PR for the traumatic center half though feart?

Back 4. Location,location,location.

Don`t let the keeper save you.

Ross County`ve put a bid in for Ryan Christie.


Cousins of william 1 v sons of William 1

Oh dear, stupid, stupid Huns. 🙂

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