Celtic Diary Saturday June 23: Hair Today, Gone Sometime Next week

Stuart Armstrong has been given permission to speak to Southampton about personal terms after the two clubs agreed a price for the midfielder.

That price is around £4m , with add ons, the initial part of which we believe will be paid directly into the bank account of a club in Edinburgh.

If I told you where I got that final confirmation from, you wouldn’t believe me.

Southampton has been a popular halfway house for Celts looking to make a few quid down south in the past, with Victor Wanyama and Virgil van Dijk moving on to bigger clubs after a couple of seasons there.

Armstrong is looking to do the same after falling behind Brown, Ntcham, MacGregor, Rogic and probably Ryan Christie in the pecking order at Celtic Park.

Its a move that suits everybody.

It would be unfair to go down the line adopted by some, most notably Chris Sutton, once of Celtic, now of the Daily Record, (he’ll hate that line ) whop argue that its good riddance, due to Armstrongs lack of commitment by not signing a long term deal, or sacrificing a lamb at the centre circle.

Armstrong is a good player, he’s given us four years, and it won’t have been an easy decision for him to leave.

But if he wants a fresh start, and it doesn’t come any fresher than down on the south coast, lets wish him luck.

Two other players are also away, Academy men Joe Thomson and Jamie McCart, to Dunfermline and Inverness respectively.

Again, we wish them well.

 

In a diary way back when , we mentioned that Celtic would spend around £20m this summer.

With the club banking -or transferring -an immediate £4m to add to the £13m raised by the small print in the van Dijk deal, the funds are there, and thats without dipping into the biscuit tin.

£9m is already spent, £4m is about to be, and Patrick Roberts hasn’t even unpacked his bags yet since he returned south…

I’ve a feeling that the amount spent could be even higher, but the quality and attitude of any incoming has to be the primary concern, as opposed to whether or not he’s a big name.

One name mentioned is John Terry, who is apparently earmarked to be the guy playing the Kolo toure role at the back. Part time mentor and part time disaster waiting to happen, as Toure sensibly realised after the Moenchengladbach game…

You’ll have to trust Brendan on this one if it happens, but my feeling is you won’t have to, because it won’t happen.

The search for a centre back continues to fascinate the media, not least becuase they are the ones flinging names about in the hope they get it right.

Sam Byram, of West Ham is the latest.

Whoever he is.

There won’t be any more additions before Monday, when the squad fly out to Austria for a pre season bender, sorry training camp.

The serious work has started, and it will continue over there, as the manager explained..

“It was important that a lot of the players got a good rest,” 

“Not all of them are back as there are some still away on international duty.

“The players had nearly four weeks which is very important. When you play the number of games that we play it’s absolutely critical you come out the battle and have the rest. The players have done that, come back and this is the fittest they’ve come back.

“This is my third pre-season now and, in terms of where they’re at, they’ve come back very fit. In these opening few days they’ve shown a great level of fitness and that helps.”

There does seem to be an indication that he’s got himself and the players into the groove for the qualifiers…

“There’s a beauty of the Champions League phase in that you know you’re into the competitive games fairly quickly and this is now my third experience of that so that’s good,” 

“The opening period for the season is about qualification but in terms of our objectives, we’re looking to develop our physical and football fitness. That’s still key and the players have come back with a really good base which I’m very happy with.

“We’ll be looking to develop that over the next few weeks so that when the games come we’re at a really good level. The group look fit, they look strong and we’ve got players coming back. I would hope we’ll be in a really good position with the squad.” 

I think he’s more pleased with the way the players have adopted a resonsible attitude to their fitness, rather than their actual fitness.

These are the little things that lift a team a wee bit higher than the sum of its parts.

 

Here at Etims , we like to give honest opinions where we can, and often rely on the advice of “those in the know ” to form them.

Celtic’s new away kit is a cracker, but there have been doubts in the past about the quality of New Balance products.

So, we asked an expert for her opinion, a lady with years of experience as a top seamstress.

Mima Duke examined the top, and she was impressed, the sleeve especially is quite “involved “, a reference to the work that has gone into it, and it does appear that New Balance have finally got it right.

Well, if its good enough for her, its good enough for me.

 

What we also like to do is offer a platform to anyone with a view that might be a little different from ours.

This weeks idiot was found lurking on twitter…

They never change, do they ?

And for that, we love the little rascals.

A lot of them are deeply religious, as we know, and as a result don’t believe in evolution. Then again, its not like they’ve seen any evidence of it in their own circles.

Mind you, we’ve got them as well…

 

The World cup continues this weekend.

Keep an eye out for a centre back.

A mates looking for one.

Speaking of the World cup, which almost burst into life the other night when Argentina started kicking people like they used to when Croatia ruthlessly took them apart.

The Argentinian manager kept saying that all his other players aren’t at the level of Lionel Messi, and he can;t be expected to do it on his own.

Until the manager stops talking like that, he’s going to have to…

There’s also debate around women being involved on the pitch, as officials, and off the pitch, as pundits.

Women pointing out mens mistakes and advising them on how they could do it better ?

It’s taken until now for someone to realise that women might actually be quite good at that ?

Image result for facepalm gif

My ghast, once again, has been flabbered.

 

It’s the Lennon CSC AGM today, 3pm Newcastle Catholic club, anyone in the area is welcome to attend.

I’ll probably surface again on Monday, as I’m led to believe that there will be refreshments available.

 

Yesterdays caption competition..

Scottybhoy June 22, 2018 at 10:10 am · Edit · Reply →

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Hot on the heels of the cool Rangers Tax Disc holders, the Rangers shop is proud to present the newest trend currently hitting the streets, the new Rangers Walkman!!

today, perhaps not one for the sqeamish..

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Monti
3 years ago

Caption: David Murray get’s a final squirt of WD40 , before previewing the new Robocop film.

Women should NOT be allowed any say on football, they should be allowed to work in the foid halls or as waitresses in the club lounges….but asking for their opinions on football is a huge error.
Quite simply they do not have a fucking clue about the game.

Puggy67
3 years ago
Reply to  Monti

Spot on. A woman would have punted Boyata last season and we’d have lost a player with the potential of a world cup medal. Anyone that blinkered shouldn’t be allowed to comment on the game.

Mike
3 years ago
Reply to  Puggy67

HAHAHA.. Puggy 😉 That’s what happens when families fall out and Faither hauds back on Caption competition wins, what happened there Puggy did he haud back on your sweety money or did you wet the bed?

Monti
3 years ago
Reply to  Monti

🙂

Cartvale88
3 years ago

Caption
A new way devised to screw the Orcs
Wish Armstrong, McCart and Thomson well, nothing is static, you have to keep evolving, making the team stronger.

3 years ago

Caption “how many of these SFA officals do we have to open up till we find one with some back bone”

D'Fhinnein Mick
3 years ago
Reply to  Lewis Maclean

Winner!

Funny,and blisteringly accurate.

Monti
3 years ago

Certainly don’t have any issues with women at the football in an aesthetic capacity, cheerleaders for example would be most welcome.
Or like they do in boxing, get a scantily clad wench to put the board up indicating time to be added on.
Yes….this would be fine.

3 years ago

The new and improved terminator is ready welcome back Craig White , time to finish them off.

Monti
3 years ago

🙂

Pat Higney
3 years ago

Caption: Gary McAllister, ‘ Right Stevie G, for the fiftieth time, this is an arse and that’s an elbow!’

Monti
3 years ago

Ralph,
We should be scouring the World cup for new additions before signing John McGinn, John is a fine player and i’d be happy to see him at Celtic, but can we aim higher & get better still?

I like the guy Cheryshev of Russia.

Monti
3 years ago

Caption:
Steven Gerrard is stopped at the customs & excise x ray machine, a DVD player, Ipod & rolex watch showed up on the screen.

Puggy67
3 years ago

Caption: I’ve no idea what they are doing but I can guarantee it will take 2 days longer and be £300 dearer than the quote.

Mike
3 years ago

And Fraser Foster also Ralphy, your information Ralphy, I’m going to ask you because if you say it then I would believe it, you are saying that its Armstrong for McGinn with Scott Allan included, plus a one year lone for Mikey Johnston? In essence we bought French Eddy for the Van Dijk money and are trading Armstrong plus for McGinn. So no real extra money spent.. yet. The thought of giving Pukey Petrie any money is boak inducing and despite what others might think, Celtic are not here to subsidise any other clubs, we do so much for the SPFL already with the C.L. monies already plus most of our younger players go out on loan as well of course that the Celtic support plough into other clubs in away games. Celtic the club that props up the rest of Scottish football.

Cortes
3 years ago
Reply to  Mike

Well said.

FredDDobbs
3 years ago
Reply to  Mike

what he said

Mike
3 years ago
Reply to  FredDDobbs

PISH.

Monti
3 years ago
Reply to  Mike

🙂

Mike
3 years ago
Reply to  Mike

Pure Mince and yes it IS just you that thinks like this, Scottish football has been ravaged by corrupt officials and crooks like King and Murray.Its what happens in the real World, what you are suggesting is that despite all that Celtic do for Scottish football, that we should somehow subsidise other clubs more, so that we can all have a more competitive league, that is pure fantasy, where else in sport does this occur, which clubs subsidise competitors, answer.. none. Celtic already do play with a straight bat and many other Scottish clubs fully appreciate what we do for them. Celtic DO pay the going rate for players, we are known through out Europe as a well run and a fair and honest club, a club that the top European clubs like to play against, our reputation is second to none.

Mike
3 years ago
Reply to  Mike

FFS Do you think for one minute that putrid Petrie would stand aside and let Celtic take his teams prize asset for anything other than his true value. Celtic have ALWAYS paid the going rate. Do you think that your valuation of McGinn is the right one and that Celtic will somehow try to steal him away at a reduced transfer. Do not ever equate what Celtic do to other teams like Murray or King You seem to suggest that Celtic will try to purchase other teams players below the going rate or don’t play with a “straight bat” that is a disgusting thing to say about the club and its a load of utter shite.

Mike
3 years ago
Reply to  Mike

Utter drivel, you are equating Celtic to Murray or King.. fucking disgusting that you are inferring that Celtic try to take players below there market value.

Mike
3 years ago
Reply to  Mike

Utter drivel, comparing the way that Celtic are run to the huns and then suggesting that we don’t pay the going rate for players. Celtic are acknowledged through out Europe as being a well run and honest club. To suggest that we somehow subsidise our competitors more to get a more competitive league is pure fantasy and utter drivel.

D'Fhinnein Mick
3 years ago
Reply to  Mike

Petrie has never done us any favours.

Like a lot of Hibs officials before him.

3 years ago

should yesterdays caption not read Hot on the heels of the cool Rangers Tax Disc holders, the Rangers shop is proud to present the newest trend currently hitting the streets, the new Rangers Orange Walkman? Their right in season just now !!

Erskinetim
3 years ago

Caption……

“Mr Traynor, Mr Traynor, that’s Chris Jack’s upgrade complete”

Noel Skytrot
3 years ago

Stevie G opened up for insertion of his WATP & Going for 55 zombie implant. #letsfail

Liftedinmoscow
3 years ago

Caption: Despite their best efforts doctors still can”t get the SMSM out of Dave King”s arse

Mick
3 years ago

Caption : John Brown employs extreme measure to find “ra deeds”

Cortes
3 years ago

Caption: “And that’s what “a world class breakfast” will do for you,”

charlie
3 years ago

caption the tough wee guy in the middle tells the moneylenders fuck you and yer money am skint

Una
3 years ago

Caption

Tin dick monti gets opened up like a can of sardines

Monti
3 years ago
Reply to  Una

Una,
Good afternoon to you…..

Monti
3 years ago
Reply to  Monti

Yeah i just grabbed the sleeve….

FredDDobbs
3 years ago

Sutton was wrong this is not good riddance

he leaves we get money to strenghen the defence and a cunt that deasnt want to play for us is off the wage bill

This isnt goo riddance. This is fucking great riddance

Monti
3 years ago
Reply to  FredDDobbs

Fred,
Could you try that riddance thing and erm….fuck off!

Kevan Kearney
3 years ago

Caption: John Terry gets the ‘shag a teammates wife’ control turned off.

FredDDobbs
3 years ago
Reply to  Kevan Kearney

I think you missed a K

henkesdreadlocks
3 years ago

Caption………..

Colonic irrigation, the movie.

Devoy45
3 years ago

Armstrong served us well in Brendan’s first year but injuries sidelined him last year and then he lost momentum. On his game, he was good and filled a gap in our team. Some say we got £7 million for him—if true, a good piece of business. It was maybe time for him to go but I wish him well.

jimmybee
3 years ago

Armstrong done well for us good luck to him.
7 million for a player in the final year of a contract is great business.
Lets buy paddy we need a player of his skill at the club.

Monti
3 years ago

Charlie Saiz,
Quite agree, i think they are a decent outside bet to win it.
Can you imagine that, Dedryck Boyata World cup winner? 🙂

bgbhoy
3 years ago
Reply to  Monti

hopefully he signs a new 5 year deal

Monti
3 years ago
Reply to  bgbhoy

WTF? Nurse…..

Bgbhoy
3 years ago
Reply to  Monti

Boyata is the best defender we’ve had in the last 30 years. Make it 6 years Brendan 😉

Monti
3 years ago
Reply to  Monti

Bgbhoy,
The next time i see you, you are getting a volley in the bawz 🙂

FredDDobbs
3 years ago
Reply to  Monti

@Bghyoy

aye but this is a CELTIC defence

Noel Skytrot
3 years ago
Reply to  Monti

That would cause spontaneous combustion for you Monti. Lol

Devoy45
3 years ago

Mrs. Doyle to Monti. “Have some Boyata Monti. Go on, go on, go on. Just a little Boyata. You know you want to….go on, go on, go on…” Monti smashes teacup on floor while Boyata lifts the World Cup LOL (cannae do smiley faces)

Monti
3 years ago
Reply to  Devoy45

Devoy,
We would get a higher transfer fee i suppose……we have Southampton on speed dial.

Noel Skytrot
3 years ago

The Modena City Ramblers do a brilliant version of Bella Ciao, Charlie. No Pasarano

Yoker Bhoy
3 years ago
Reply to  Noel Skytrot

Alright Noel, a couple of days ago I saw footage on the news of a group of train passengers in Italy identifying that fascist asshole Matteo Salvini, the president of la Liga del Nord, and singing that same excellent song to him. You should have seen his face! Some of his recent remarks against poor refugees and immigrants who risk their lives to escape from wars, all kinds of abuse and extreme poverty are absolutely disgusting. It’s a real worry that a scumbag like this can get so many votes.

Yoker Bhoy
3 years ago

Wow, what a game! This Belgium team is something else. Fianl score 5-2 but they could have scored 10. Gaun yersel’ big Dedryk, step up another gear and become the first ever Celtic player to be in a World Cup winning team! How much would he be worth if that happened?

The competition is just beginning to become really interesting as better quality games are beginning to materialise as a clutch of unfancied 2nd tier teams are playing oh so much better than the so-called favourites. Belgium v Croatia, what a final that would be. Mexico and Nigeria are another couple of teams that could make an impact, not to mention Russia. Some good stuff lies ahead.

Yoker Bhoy
3 years ago

60s Garage rock

Yoker Bhoy
3 years ago
Yoker Bhoy
3 years ago
Mike
3 years ago

Some G G G G Good songs there Yoker.. gulp, switches hearing aid back on…. 😉

Yoker Bhoy
3 years ago
Reply to  Mike

Alright Mikey, reply has disappeared into the clouds, maybe appear later. Yeah, the 60s was an amazing time for music, one of the best decades without a doubt but a bit before my time. I listen to a lot of stuff from then though, especially beat, garage and psychadellic.

Apologies to others for more or less repeating comments already made about Belgium and Boyata – I posted immediately after seeing the game without reading any previous comments. Cheers

Mike
3 years ago
Reply to  Yoker Bhoy

Its OK to be different Yoker, tastes differ, sshhhoosh don’t tell anyone but I like everything from Opera to Soul. From a bairn my auld Da he introduced me to many different forms of music we both loved Classical music from Gigli to Lanza and Irish traditional music, was a particular favourite. The important thing is to enjoy it, music, its good for the soul, it just makes life so much more enjoyable and puts a smile on your face. Things are good here, the weather has been great, warm and dry, but thank goodness for our fitba. fix, the World Cup. Still drumming the fingers on the table waiting until the new season begins and the Champions get under way. Awerabest Yoker, good to see you posting. 😉

Yoker Bhoy
3 years ago
Reply to  Mike

Spot on re music Mike. Without it life just wouldn’t be the same. A good piece of busincess for Armstrong, I can see a couple significant (although probably not ‘blue chip’) signings coming in after the World Cup is out the way.

Germany v Sweden should be interesting this evening. Mon Mikel Lustig. Aw the best mate, hope the good weather continues for you up in bonny Dundee.

Mike
3 years ago
Reply to  Yoker Bhoy

Yoker did you see my post on the Scots who fought Franco a couple of diaries back?

Yoker Bhoy
3 years ago
Reply to  Yoker Bhoy

I’ve just read it now Mike, absolutely great material. Thanks ever so much for that. One of the best films I’ve ever seen re the International Brigades who fought for the Republican cause was the Ken Loach classic ‘Land and Freedom’ (Tierra y Libertad) (1995). Although 80 years have passed since the Spanish Civil War was raging, it’s quite remarkable how many of the scars still remain to this very day and it’s ever so evident how that war, along with Franco’s 36 year regime have shaped Spanish society. There is still a lot of political friction going on at this very time between the right and left regarding ‘The Law of Historical Memory’ which demands that all street names depicting Franco’s most famous military officers be changed, that all kinds of monuments and symbols venerating Franco shall be removed, that Franco’s body be exhumed from its place of honour in ‘El Valle de los Caídos’ and re-buried at a different site, the bodies of republican soldiers and political adversaries who were executed en masse during the war and the regime and then buried ignominiously in mass graves to be exhumed, identified through DNA and given a decent burial and several more issues, has been largely ignored by Rajoy’s PP government with zero budget being assigned to bring about these changes. An existing law has to be respected. I imagine that now, with the new government, these changes will slowly but surely get underway.

Mike
3 years ago
Reply to  Mike

Yoker would you Adam and Eve it, just watched a programme on PBS America about the Scots who fought Franco. I found out many many new facts, about the Spanish towns who kept silent for so many years never mentioning it because of neighbour fighting neighbour and only now are beginning to open up about it. Mass graves being discovered and bodies being repatriated to families. The reason that I read up about it was because I never heard much about it and wanted to learn about what went on. In Montrose Basque families were brought there to recover and so much more that I could ever post. Every day is a learning day, but back to the fitba. mon the Swedes. Take care Yoker and all the best, thanks for your post, much appreciated.

Yoker Bhoy
3 years ago
Reply to  Mike

That’s fascinating stuff Mike, I think I’ll do a bit of investigating myself this summer to find out more.
Germany have scorred through Kroos in the dying seconds. Great goal but a cruel blow for Sweden who were hanging on so well and standing up to the 2nd half onslought. Good game though which was not lacking in high drama. After a slow and disappointing start, this championship is really starting to come alive. I hope the new champion will be a first-time winner.
Have a good night and chat soon. Cheers Mikey.

Yoker Bhoy
3 years ago

Apologies to others for more or less repeating what they had said regarding Belgium, Boyata, etc- As soon as the game ended I just came straight on and posted without reading previous comments.

Alright Mikey, the 60s was a decade that produced some unbelievable music (garage, beat, soul, psychadellic etc) that has had enormous influence on later generations of brilliant bands. It would have been incredible to have been around at that time.

Hope you are very well and getting to see more of the World CUp. Germany and Sweden should be interesting this evening – gaun’ yersel’ Mikel Lustig!

Mike
3 years ago

World Cup, World Cup,
watching Nations hopes and dreams going belly up,
Getting through is the name of the game,
Germany getting gubbed “Oh what a shame.

World Cup, World Cup,
did you see Ronaldo, is he really wearing make-up,
A fierce sun blaring down,
Fighting to win the World Cup,
The jewel in the crown.

Ibhoy
3 years ago

£13m for van Dijk? You including the original fee in that?

Mike
3 years ago
Bgbhoy
3 years ago

We should have a Dedryck Boyata appreciation event soon. I will get onto malones to keep us our usual spot. Big posters of the big man and everyone will be given black dreadlocks to wear. 6 more years!!!

Mike
3 years ago
Reply to  Bgbhoy

PISH.

Bgbhoy
3 years ago
Reply to  Mike

🙂

henkesdreadlocks
3 years ago
Reply to  Bgbhoy

Tell them who you had in your man cave last night/this morning.

Mike
3 years ago

Common Bg spill the Heinz.

Bgbhoy
3 years ago

Haha.

Mike
3 years ago
Puggy67
3 years ago

Enjoying the world cup. Don’t feel my usual animosity to Engerland. Maybe the lack of knobs like Terry and Gascoigne. Maybe I’m just getting older and the seem like boys. No idea who is going to be winner. German blitzkrieg or stalingrad tonight. Former me thinks.

jimmybee
3 years ago

Bigotory in the Northen towns of England.
YOUNG man has revealed how he was subjected to sectarian abuse and anti-Irish taunts in Manchester city centre while wearing a Celtic shirt.

Stephen Russell, 19, from Rochdale told The Irish Post how he “thought he was dead” as the incident unfolded last month.

Greater Manchester Police have confirmed they investigated the incident as a religiously aggravated public order offence.

FAMINE SONG
Mr Russell was with his 17-year-old girlfriend when four men in their late 30s targeted him at around 4pm on Saturday, May 12.

He says the unprovoked incident begin as he entered the Waterhouse pub in the city centre while wearing his Celtic shirt.

“As I was walking up the steps, all I heard was, ‘f*** off home you Fenian c***’,” he said.

After ignoring the jeers, he entered the pub but was unable to find a seat.

As he left by a different exit, the taunts started up again.

“One of them is singing the Famine Song and one of them is singing the Billy Boys,” said Mr Russell.

“They were like, ‘f*** off home you Irish c***, f*** off you Fenian c***’.

“One of them stepped out of the beer garden and he’s pointing at me and he’s shouting things like ‘I wish you were f****** dead, if your girlfriend wasn’t there you’d be dead’.”

Mr Russell and his girlfriend went into a nearby supermarket, from where he called the police.

While there, the men passed the store and gestured inside, however a security guard reassured the young couple he would not let the group in.

After the couple left the store and made their way out of the area, they came across the same group outside a different pub and the verbal abuse continued.

Fotunately they were able to carry on their way without the situation escalating further.

‘HATRED’
Mr Russell, who was born in England and whose father is from Glasgow, believes he was targeted because he was wearing a Celtic shirt.

Despite not being Irish, he says he was disgusted by the abuse during the terrifying experience.

“I was terrified, I thought I was dead,” he said.

“You could see the hatred – they hate me, they hate that I’m a Catholic, they hate my football team and they hate that they think I’m Irish, which I’m not.”

Despite the experience, Mr Russell said he would continue to wear his Celtic shirt.

“They want to scare me into not wearing it again, but it’s not going to happen, it’s my club,” he said.

Mr Russell contacted the pub afterwards where staff expressed their sympathy at the incident, however both the pub and the police have been unable to identify the men.

GMP confirmed to The Irish Post they had attended the area and had treated the case as a religiously aggravated public order offence.

However after investigating, they have been unable to identity the suspects.

Wetherspoon spokesman Eddie Gershon said: “We are sorry that the man suffered abuse in one of our pubs.

“We praise our staff for the way in which they dealt with the situation and we will assist the police in any way possible.”

FredDDobbs
3 years ago
Reply to  jimmybee

who gives a fuck. not me thats for sure

Monti
3 years ago
Reply to  FredDDobbs

Fredcnob,
You’re up next on Mastermind…….oops my mistake, it’s not you 🙂

FredDDobbs
3 years ago
Reply to  Monti

If I wasnt on here you would have nowhere else to tell your joke

Monti
3 years ago

Caption: Una drops the T.V. remote control down the back of her Jeremy Kyle, Gimp hoover nimbus 2000!

FredDDobbs
3 years ago

why doesnt this cunt just fuck off!

Monti
3 years ago
Reply to  FredDDobbs

Leave Una alone!

BJF
3 years ago

Ralph you csught the mood with your view of Armstrong, good good player, pity about his injury last season but no one, except maybe Broonie, guaranteed their place in mid field ,great competition for midfield although expect Tom Rogic to struggle for a while even the Maestro did after a big summer competition.
Always been a fan of Boyata, he has pace, good in the air and weighs in with goals, against that he is prone to error, just from time to time. I liked it when he realised he sometimes just has to get a foot in it rather than play it out. If he wants to make the next step, concentrate and be decisive even
if it ain’t pretty.

Rob O'Keeffe
3 years ago

Caption: We’ve found the problem with girlfriend beater Flanagan,he’s got several screws loose,a bit like the Barton model…..

Rob O'Keeffe
3 years ago

Other sports news: Good fight on Channel 5 tonight,Josh Taylor at the Glasgow Hydro…..he’s a good golfer as well….

Rob O'Keeffe
3 years ago

Excellent free kick from 10 man Germany,English commentators absolutely sick,ya beauty!…..

Devoy45
3 years ago

Charlie Saiz:
Thanks, man

portpower
3 years ago

All the best Stuart in your Football and life`s travels.
(7.5% discount to all Celtic supporters if you need a lawyer in the future.)

RUMOUR MILL:
The pre-season camp in Malaga,Spain have ran out of spew bags.
(They`re to stay an extra week `cause the fares will be cheaper to fly hame.)

sevco into room 101 FC.

Caption: Knick-knack klan member deprived of his bloo baubles.

portpower
3 years ago

Patina fae a Grand Da…
5 star things to do when you`re skint as f*ck and no one`s buying your sh*t…
I see davies left peg(AKA,roll it up yourself) has been cut off from under that knee.

We`re broke at Celtic Ghirls and Bhoys!

I`m jettin` in with my dubbin coated boots Brendan.

portpower
3 years ago

A wee request has hit under the ta table for Stevie wae a Gee.

Enjoy.

portpower
3 years ago

Gary McAllister?

What a dreadful assistance he`ll be to Eck`s Scottish Football`s hereafter lambent bearings.

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