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Celtic Diary Friday December 10: One Step Up And Two Steps Back

Sometimes you get the feeling that if this team didn’t have bad luck it wouldn;t have any luck at all.

 

Kyogo Fuhruhashi is away to keep his buddy Jots company in the treatment room after he appeared to pull/snap/ tear his hamstring in last night’s 3-2 win over Not Really Betis.

 

The Japanese forward will try to get a doctor’s appointment today and we should know how bad things are by christmas.

 

No doubt someone in the media will smile smugly and say it was all his own fault for crying wolf this season, but the reality is the fellow puts in a tremendous shift every time out and there was always the risk of a muscular or tendon injury.

 

Curiously, sports science, or at least the branch of it Celtic use these days is supposed to predict when players are most at risk from injury, based on the data that is recorded in those cute little sports bras they wear, and given the disproportionately large amount of players undergoing treatment, one has to question whether or not the data is being read properly, or it actually is, as critics claim, a load of shite.

 

Celtic fielded largely a B team in the dead rubber against the Spaniards, who to be fair did pretty much the same thing, but again what caught the eye was the workrate. There was no shortage of effort and it seems that although we think the squad is light, and it probably is, there are more than one or two understudies who given time and support may yet have a future at Celtic.

 

We’d have been happy to see maybe just one player have the right attitude and ability, but in fact there were a few.

 

Not just in the debutants, but one or two of the senior players left in seemed to move up a gear as well.

 

 

Celtic finished the group with nine points, which would usually be enough to qualify, indeed had we been level on points with Betis would have progressed on a head to head.

 

We scored plenty of goals in the six games, which suggests we’re pretty good going forward. A wee bit more work on what has been an unsettled defence could well see us through to the latter stages of the conference league.

 

A European trophy is a European trophy, and whilst that seems a long way off, anything can happen in knockout games, and there will be more teams afraid of facing us than we are of them.

 

 

 

Right, thats the optimism out of the way.

 

 

The draw for the first knockout round is on Monday, and I think i can guess where we’ll be going…..

 

  • Group A:Maccabi Tel-Aviv (ISR)
  • Group B: Partizan (SRB)
  • Group C: Bodo/Glimt (NOR)
  • Group D: Randers (DEN)
  • Group E: Slavia Prague (CZE)
  • Group F: PAOK (GRE)
  • Group G: Tottenham Hotspur (ENG) or Vitesse (NED)
  • Group H: Qarabag (AZE)

 

 

It’ll be Qarabag, won’t it ?

 

 

There are two league games to play before the League cup final, and whilst Hibernian have their own problems, such as replacing a manager who they have decided isn’t up to the job, we’ve got our own issues as well.

 

 

Largely that we don’t appear to have a striker available for a while.

 

If Kyogo has damaged his hamstring, thats a month out at least.

 

Alben Ajeti went off injured as well last night, probably hamstring as well, which some might see as a blessing, and the big greek fellow is already showing why no one in the Netherlands took a chance on their leagues top scorer.

 

 

Leigh Griffiths is out on loan, and although it would be an astonishing chapter in his story should he be recalled, there’s a feeling Ange would pull on the shirt himself rather than trust the maverick Griff.

 

 

However, last night showed he’s not afraid to blood youngsters, so with the games against Motherwell and Ross county to come in the next few days, will someone be promoted ?

 

And if so, who ?

 

 

One possibility is Joey Dawson, who joined last summer from Scunthorpe. Jonathan Afolabi is on loan at Ayr and there’s another called Lewis dobbie.

 

 

And, er , thats it.

 

 

Overall, Celtic B are midtable in their league, and haven’t really adapted to the rough and tumble of that level, so no one really stands out, and i can;t find any stats on who has been scoring the goals without trolling through individual match reports.

 

 

but I do know one or two of you watch their games, so if you can think of anyone ring Ange and tell him.

 

 

 

Elsewhere, Ange Postecoglou is proving a bit more media savvy than a few of our esteemed hacks thought he would be.

 

 

You’d have thought by now they’d have spotted he can’t be arsed with stupid questions, but that hasn’t put them off.

 

 

Here we see him defend Kyogo against his critics, who still seem to think he dives….

 

 

https://twitter.com/i/status/1468587789943984136

 

 

 

Apart from providing the support with a little amusement, the defence of Kyogo will not have gone unnoticed in the dressing room. When players talk of playing for the manager, the knowledge that the gaffer has their back is a big part of that.

 

 

In fact, it seems to be catching on, with other clubs mimicking the Ange approach to idiot hacks….

 

 

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Scottish football journalists…. maybe they need to work on their international reputation.

 

 

 

 

We’ve seen other managers blame the players for their own failings, and with Ange we have the opposite, often making sure that we know he accepts responsibility whenever something goes wrong.

 

 

Thats what a manager does.

 

 

If a player isn’t playing well, he helps them out.

 

 

that’s what a coach does.

 

 

And of he thinks a journalist is a knob, he makes sure they know he thinks they’re a knob.

 

 

Thats what we all want to do.

 

 

It’s still early days, and it hasn’t all been plain sailing, in fact sometimes it’s been a bit choppy.

 

 

But as I keep saying, it’s been fun.

 

 

And I think most of us would agree it’s been a long time since watching Celtic got the heart pumping.

 

 

We’re at the start of something, and it may yet prove to be greater than we’d ever imagined.

 

 

On Wednesday, we had this….

 

 

 

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The Cha

Caption “I’m not real, look horrible and have someone’s hand up my arse but I still speak more sense than Guidi. PS Gilly Goys are Fat Orange Gastards”

 

Today…

 

 

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Michael Annis
8 months ago

Caption. See Agnes, I telt ya climate change wis real.

Pat Higney
8 months ago

Here Isa!
That’s some rerr terr o’er there, it’s a a bear, goin tae Ayr, furry fair.

tony carlin
8 months ago

Sorry missus, I’d gie that 5 minutes if I was you. Bit of dodgy seal last night

Schrodinger’s Cat
8 months ago

For caption competition, a wee memory of a Bertie Story.
“Haw Mary, wid you look at the coconut bear”
RIP Bertie.

HunbelievableJeff
8 months ago

Bear “I don’t just do it in the woods you know.”

The Green Machine
8 months ago

Why don’t you do it in the road?

Jim Thomson
8 months ago

6th Hamstring injury this year, there is something very wrong here, Training and or treatment this has been happening for a few years now and no progress … WTF

Iancelt67
8 months ago

Caption.
Look it’s one of the glacier brothers up to look at buying the mighty rangers

8 months ago

Is naebody else alarmed at the ridiculous decision by Ange to even bring Kyogo on in a meaningless game, when we have the busiest period of the season upon us, last night was the perfect opportunity to finally rest almost aw the first team, blood some youngster’s, and get ready to kick on again in the league on Sunday, we noo have the potential to have MJ up top on his own until the winter break, or until he gets his usual injury after a full 90mins. Last nights decision making by Ange has the potential to cost us the league already, keeping within touching disco the huns come January 3rd was priority, then strengthen, unfortunately i see that slipping away big time, maybe Angeball is just to intense both in training and the execution of it on a game by game basis, for the kind of player Celtic can afford, 6 hamstring injuries in 2 weeks must say something…HH

Monti
8 months ago
Reply to  KEIGHLEY BHOY

Yes me m8

Andy
8 months ago
Reply to  KEIGHLEY BHOY

I thought Kyogo should have been nowhere near the pitch last night, and when Ajeti gets injured I would have brought MJ on (although MJ frustrates the life out of me, he has an alarming ability to lose the ball in poor positions and not for the first time this season has led to us conceding a goal) However, who is to say Kyogo wouldn’t have picked up a similar injury this Sunday, it can happen easily. Last night, he chased an opponent 30 yards to win the ball back and came a cropper. He does it in every game, it’s just the way he is.

On a broader note, there were some very positive performances with big Uroghidde having a solid 90 mins. We need to keep winning, hope the Huns drop something at Tynecastle and somehow get to the winter break still within a couple of points of them.

8 months ago
Reply to  Andy

That is another issue i have with this Angeball system of late,how is Kyogo chasing back 30 yards tae tackle an opponent well in oor half, where the hell is the centre mid high press, I’m all fur Kyogo closing down the keeper and harassing the CHs, but the high press has tae envolve everybody or it fails, if you compare the Leeds United style of play, a very similar Angeball, and they to are paying the price, 3 of their main players oot with hamstring injuries, and also recurring niggling injuries exactly like Celtic have, i personally dont see Angeball as a sustainable system over a lengthy period, it’s far to intense both in training and on the pitch, it may be successful in 1 in 5 seasons at most, it/ Ange has tae be more flexible with his system, and adapt it tae suit the calibre of players Celtic can afford

highseastim
8 months ago
Reply to  Andy

I agree, was impressed with Urhoghide, Scales, Shaw and Bitton,Welsh, Montgomery, and Soro we’re ok also.

SteveNaive
8 months ago
Reply to  highseastim

I respectfully disagree Highseatim. Urhoghide first half, out of position, with a high full back and outright winger on him AND being asked to play ( learn) IFB AND having the Bethlehem Busquets around and Abada in front was lost. Second half as a traditional full back he was better. Soro could have seen red again but was relatively okay. Montgomery ( having to relearn top wide left ) did nothing right until hooked. Bain couldn’t catch Omicron.

Mcklintop
8 months ago
Reply to  SteveNaive

I thought it was just me. Urhoghide was terrible in the first half and marginally better in the 2nd. The Betis wide players skinned him on numerous occasions and could have scored on a few occasions. That being said I thought he attacked the ball well in the air and would be much better as a centre half.

SteveNaive
8 months ago
Reply to  Mcklintop

Correct Mcklintop. Others did as well as their ability and fitness ( and intelligence) allowed, except Montgomery and then Johnston who have surely had their chance. Both may start against ‘Well. I was impressed with Betis ‘B’, their fans had a right laugh and we should definitely sign the half time pitch invaders !

8 months ago
Reply to  Andy

who is to say Kyogo wouldn’t have picked up a similar injury this Sunday

Correct, as he’s played a lot of football this season with us plus 20 games for his previous club on top of Internationals.

The problem is that there’s no reliable backup to him, hence last night when he was due to be rested Ange was forced to put him on.

dingbat
8 months ago
Reply to  KEIGHLEY BHOY

Plenty are alarmed, bothered and bewildered by a wholly unnecessary act of folly whose consequences may yet prove to be fatal to our season. Time will tell.

MabozzaRitchie
8 months ago
Reply to  KEIGHLEY BHOY

fans play to watch the best players. not sh!t like Asweaty

The Green Machine
8 months ago
Reply to  MabozzaRitchie

Fans play what, Bichie ..?

BornCelt!
8 months ago
Reply to  KEIGHLEY BHOY

Would you please run that by Ange yourself? HH!

Andrew Coyle
8 months ago

Caption.The Bears cause havok on away day to Lyon

Monti
8 months ago

Postecoglou needs a volley up the back side, he did NOT need to put Kyogo on the park last night.
Naive decision, one of quite a few he has made this season.
There was no need to take a risk, none.

One is far from amused.

The Green Machine
8 months ago
Reply to  Monti

What would you have done, Monti?

The Green Machine
8 months ago
Reply to  Monti

Now that you’ve had time to reflect on your ‘Abada through the middle’ folly ..?

Drew
8 months ago

As much as big Ange is doing a great job last night putting on Kyogo was pure folly madness,he should never have been anywhere near that bench last night never mind on, I said straight away we will regret this madness

the real Anton Rogan
8 months ago

Fuck that. I’m no paying a fiver for 2 stops on the tram

Tom
8 months ago

I thought the Huns were teddy bears.

bartly cole
8 months ago

“Change here for the Arctic Circle Line…”

dingbat
8 months ago

I’d gie that five minutes, ladies.

Bob Smith
8 months ago

Caption: “this Bearsden ladies?”

pilsbury dough bhoy
8 months ago

Caption:
“You point out he’s not wearing a mask.”

Bognorbhoy
8 months ago

Caption…
Naw Agnes I said
look at the size of them paws …

Whitearra
8 months ago

Caption : ‘A told them that David Attenborough said it was copacetic, but they widnae have it’.

The Green Machine
8 months ago
Reply to  Whitearra

Very satisfactory!

The Green Machine
8 months ago

Olfactory ..?

R.St.Parsley
8 months ago

Caption:
“Missus, kin ye tell me the road tae the Fox’s Glacier Mint factory?”

R.St.Parsley
8 months ago
Reply to  R.St.Parsley

Christina, thanks for the kind words yesterday. There is a web address for my ‘poetry’ but no point posting it as it won’t show up here for a week!!! I’ve pretty much left Pat’s site now for the same reason Owen did but you can’t have the ‘blether’ here like we did there. Health isn’t great but I’m hanging on and the three jags haven’t carried me off yet (sorry Gringo). Miss your incisive insight into all things Hunnish but pleased to hear from you as always.

The Green Machine
8 months ago
Reply to  R.St.Parsley

I don’t want you sick, R. St.P!

I don’t want anybody sick, that’s why I advise against it, given the facts as reported by VAERS of the absolute havoc it’s causing.

I want all my buddies in top form, not dropping like flies around me.

R.St.Parsley
8 months ago

Some of us are on borrowed time anyway, Gringo. As it happens, I’m not convinced covid is the threat to life they make it out to be but anyone who thinks the vaccines are poisons or full of microchips is batshit crazy. Stay off the conspiracy sites and put away that bag of glue you’ve been sniffing, my friend.

The Green Machine
8 months ago

Oh, so you two clowns would rather have the folk aroun ye dropping like flies, would yez, ya perra fvckin sickos?

Get well soon, R.St.P, but let me take a guess and say that your health degenerated after getting your jabs ..?

R.St.Parsley
8 months ago

It was meant to be a light-hearted comment, mate, but it was crass and I apologise for it. However, I’m not going down this route with you. I don’t doubt your sincerity on the subject but you piss people off with it and it leads to you getting banned – stick to the fitba.

The Green Machine
8 months ago
Reply to  R.St.Parsley

Cheers for the retraction but you started all this and I don’t like being told what to discuss, even though I HAVE been sticking to the fitba for weeks

You’re just pissed off cos I’m right in pointing out that you only got sick after stupidly falling for it.

Christina
8 months ago
Reply to  R.St.Parsley

Sorry to hear your health not good and pray that things improve for you! I’d love to see your work on the Web, wonder if Ralph could pass my email address to you?? I still read Pat’s blog occasionally but the politics were not really to my liking either. Pity cause we all had great craic when we chatted on there. Definitely not possible here, most days I can’t even reply to posts much less get a post through the system so I have mostly given up posting! I did enjoy it and I do miss it very honoured that you enjoyed my rambling 🙂 I really do miss the banter with yourself, Owen, JimboH …and even that nutter Monti on occasion maybe we should set up a WhatsApp group for Pat’s Refugees??? Hoping triple jab keeps this new damn variant away, bloody pandemic going on forever it seems!
Much love to yourself and aforementioned buddies C x

Owen Mullions
8 months ago
Reply to  Christina

Have you and Christina been seeing each other behind my back? I thought it was Jimboh I needed to worry about! She’s a flighty piece, that one!

I’ve had all three jags as well and, despite what Gringo says, I’m fine apart from the voices in my head telling me to KILL THEM ALL!!!

PS I found your Downfall videos on you tube and posted a link here but it vanished into the ether. I see you re-did the Famine Song one to get past the censors on you tube (I saw the original before they blocked it) – ‘that’s ma favourite’.

R.St.Parsley
8 months ago
Reply to  Owen Mullions

‘That’s ma favourite’! I see what you did there, Owen. Thanks for trying, the same thing happened when I tried a link.

The ban was interesting – taig, tarrier, pikie, tinker, feenyin and tattie muncher all got through fine but p**f and p*ki seemed to be a problem (just as they are here). Seems it isn’t ‘hate speech’ if it’s aimed at Tims!

Seriously, I don’t think they got the irony of ‘Grand Master’ Hitler denying racism whilst insulting just about every minority going but I toned it down anyway and it has stayed up so far.They said I’d been warned and would be suspended next time but my Downfall days are over because the app stopped working so they can get stuffed.

Christina
8 months ago
Reply to  Owen Mullions

Owen, how can you say such a thing with me expecting our little bundle of joy any day now?! ( Ha ha that put your gas at a peep eh!) So happy to see you and absolutely gobsmacked that I’m getting to reply to your post (Richard or Desi must have taken pity on me 🙂 ) I’m rarely allowed to reply to posts and never more than one per blog so I’m not counting my chickens here till I see this posted! Missing you all big time but you know my heart ❤ is yours 🙂 🙂 What do you know of Green Machine? Something about his writing seems familiar to me like I’ve came across him before in a previous incarnation!! Anyway, back to you glad to hear you’re all jabbed up (despite what GM says) and hope you are hale & hearty looking forward to festive season! Well as much as one can in these trying times! How you liking Ange? I love him to bits especially his slap down of SMSM. Love his football too and gonna kick Monti up his derriere if he moans about him one more time! Hamstring could have just as easily have gone in tomorrow’s game. Poor boy has just played a full season in J League then straight into a high intensity system where he is playing virtually every game- something was bound to give! Hopefully he won’t be out too long, hard month ahead then we have the tramps in January but I have faith in Ange to get us through! Lovely ‘talking’ to you hope I can continue to do so 🙂
Much love C x

Christina
8 months ago
Reply to  Christina

Woohoo good news about Kyogo eh! Ralph we may have just got a little bit of good luck 🙂

Owen Mullions
8 months ago
Reply to  Christina

GM is the site’s resident moon-howler who has been banned from everywhere else. He’s harmless enough but would start a fight in an empty hoose! His current target seems to be Parsley but anyone who doesn’t accept his flat earth views will do. Best ignored.

Owen Mullions
8 months ago
Reply to  Christina

Christina, I’m a bit shocked by that announcement. I don’t remember anything about that night and you’d think I would given how many times I’ve propositioned you! Did you take advantage of me when I was drunk? Of course, now I know you like rough, tough, macho men like Ange, I can see why you picked me – it’s like looking in the mirror!

Christina
8 months ago
Reply to  Owen Mullions

Sorry just saw this reply Owen (that GM has so many posts its difficult to find replies to posts) not sure if you will see this reply either but since this seems to be the only day I’m allowed to post on I’ll give it a try! Your response to my post made me laugh, as always, you’ve forgotten our magical night then eh 🙂 🙂 You look like Ange hmmm … 🙂 been good to have a laugh with you again hope I can post again soon – not allowed to post on 14/12 blog so we’ll see
Much love ❤ as always C xx

R.St.Parsley
8 months ago
Reply to  Christina

Christina, I’ll post the link next but God knows when it will appear. The site itself is all but moribund (like the author!) so it’s all old stuff. I don’t really do the ‘song thing’ much any more as I’m an auld fogey and younger fans don’t know what I’m on about!

R.St.Parsley
8 months ago
Reply to  R.St.Parsley
The Green Machine
8 months ago
Reply to  R.St.Parsley

Don’t you write any songs of your own, R.St.P?

R.St.Parsley
8 months ago

No, I’m nothing if not unoriginal.

The Green Machine
8 months ago
Reply to  R.St.Parsley

That’s a shame as you’re clearly a fine and imaginative lyricist.

The Green Machine
8 months ago
Reply to  Christina

No, the triple jab won’t do anything, Christina, dear, as they’re just gonna keep playing you with ‘variant after variant’ (sic) a d jab after until they’ve the required dose of the toxin in you to either keel over or u til they witch the whole system on.

Crazy sounding I know but that’s what they’re going to do.

‘Just two weeks to flatten the curve’, eh ..?

They’re playing you for the fools that you are.

The Green Machine
8 months ago

Anyone here know the anagram for Omicron ..?

The Green Machine
8 months ago

It really is most apt, in the same way the psychological term the Deep Sleep state is Delta …

Go on, one of you must know the anagram for Omicron …

The Green Machine
8 months ago

— Omicron is not a mythical single-horned horse from fairy tales. That is a unicorn.
– Omicron is not the celestial antagonist from the 1984 big-screen animated adaptation of the beloved Transformers series. That was Unicron.
– Omicron is not the human hero who helped the Hobbits on their quest to destroy the One Ring, all the while being the secret king of Middle Earth in the classic Tolkien tales contained in the Lord Of The Rings. That was Aragorn.
– Omicron is not an Irish idiot. That’s an Amádán.
– Omicron is not the hard to understand u-turns, contradictions and lack of resources given to fight Covid-19, that’s the Irish government Omnishambles.
– Omicron is not the fictional multi-national corporation that serves as an antagonistic force in the 1987 sci-fi action thriller Robocop. That was Omni Consumer Products.
– Omicron is not a Tomy toy robot from the 80s. That’s an Omnibot.
– Omicron is not a chain of multi-screen cinemas operating in Ireland. That’s the Omniplex.
– Omicron is not a God-like ability to control the fates of the entire universe for all eternity. That’s omnipotence.

We hope this guide has been of use to you, and may God have mercy on our souls.

(Waterford Whispers.)

The Green Machine
8 months ago

Ok, since no one here knows, the anagram for Omicron is …

MORONIC.

And if you don’t realise how much they’re taking the piss with this Moronic Deep Sleep state patter on humanity then it’s no surprise they knew they’d get away with it,

BroxburnBhoy
8 months ago

Cuckoo cuckoo

The Green Machine
8 months ago
Reply to  BroxburnBhoy

Ask ol’ R.St.P if I’m right or not, birdboy.

Christina
8 months ago

Oh another opportunity to write a reply!!! You sir are very rude, we are entitled to our opinion on jabs just as you are (absolutely batshit bonkers though it is 🙂 ) Have we met before? Something niggling at my memory since I read some of your posts on Freemasonry that we might have had a discussion at some point in past since I have quite an interest in this nefarious organisation too!

The Green Machine
8 months ago
Reply to  Christina

It’s always possible, Christina, I’m the kinda guy that gets around, as the ladies will tell you.

I’d like to read your thoughts on Freemasonry, even of you do have the cheek to call me ‘batshit bonkers’ (sic) when you’re the one trusting the terrible arbitrary lies and pisstaking of your Freemasonic government.

Unless of course you DON’T think your government are Freemasonic, in which case you know very little about Freemasonry at all.

But do pray tell, thanks.

Christina
8 months ago

Oh I am very well aware of the Freemasonry within the government – indeed within every government in the Western world ( and some beyond). This does not necessarily mean they are giving out inaccurate information on the pandemic. That said, I have tended to read scientific papers on this to better understand situation rather than put too much faith in politicians. I don’t claim a great knowledge of Freemasonry I have studied what information I could find from Hiram Abif to present day purely out of curiosity. I also read up on other secret societies but Freemasonry,in my opinion, is by far the most successful of these. However, it may be, like the Orange Order, its difficulty in recruiting young members in anything like their previous numbers could eventually reduce,if not eradicate, their malign influence – though not in my lifetime I think. Better leave this there else I will be getting in trouble with Ralph for going off topic on a football blog. Truth be told he would be correct 🙂

The Green Machine
8 months ago
Reply to  Christina

One more thing, Chrissie:

If yer beloved jabs are so ‘effective’, why are the cases rising?

They’ve got you on a never ending loop, doll, and you’ll never be able to get off.

The Green Machine
8 months ago
Reply to  Christina

And who do you in Toytown have in charge of yer health protocols?

A fvckin DENTIST! 😀

And you believe every word he tells ye!

So I’ll ask again, R.St.P, since you rudely ignored me first time, did your health issues start after you got yer jabs?

R.St.Parsley
8 months ago

I refer you to my previous answer above and repeat I’m not going down this road with you as it pisses everybody off – be telt ffs!

The Green Machine
8 months ago
Reply to  R.St.Parsley

‘Be telt’!

Who do you think ye are?

Now I know for SURE that I’m right.

Can’t say I didn’t warn ye, son.

The Green Machine
8 months ago
Reply to  R.St.Parsley

All you have to do to get a link through is put one gap after the http and another gap after the final forward slash and the link goes through immediately, even on here, R.St.P.

It really is that simple and I personally would love to read all your work in the one place.

Cheers.

R.St.Parsley
8 months ago

I’ll try it for Christina (we all love Christina!).
http :// radiosevco.WordPress.com

The Green Machine
8 months ago
Reply to  R.St.Parsley

There ye go, kid …

Proof that ol’ Green Machine knows a lot more than you fools give him credit for.

Ha Ha.

You know now you shoulda paid more attention to what I was warning you about ye rather than all the lies yer media was feeding ye, eh ..?

Christina
8 months ago

Arsene thank you I’m going to go and look this up ❤
GM you are not right on your assertion re jabs. My friend does not wish to discuss his health issues please respect his wishes!
PS GM I wrote a lengthy reply to you last night re Freemasonry but it did not make it past the censors, didn’t really think it would tbh so will have to stick to football issues 🙂 great news about Kyogo eh?!

R.St.Parsley
8 months ago
Reply to  Christina

Christina, it will turn up eventually if that doesn’t work. Just check this diary each day. As for Gringo, words fail me! I thought he was better than that but as you know from Pat’s site, my health issues long predate the pandemic. Hope you aren’t expecting too much of my site though! Lots of love as always

The Green Machine
8 months ago
Reply to  R.St.Parsley

Sorry to hear about your heath issues, R.St.P, but you could have saved a lot of bother by just telling me that the first time.

But I can assure you, mate, there is no pandemic except for that of gullible compliant stupidity that they’ve planted into folks’ brains via the idiot box.

I’ve posted hundreds of hours worth of proof of that fact on here but of course no one looks at it so I will just stick to the fitba.

Even though I do know that the games rigged in Sevco’s favour and that no matter what Ange does the NewCo will be guaranteed that 40 million come the end of the season.

The refs’ performances have proven it all season.

Good luck with your health issues, chief.

I mean that.

But you take a look at the VAERS site for yourself and you’ll see how much everlasting and, in far too many cases, terminal damage this genetic experiment on humanity has caused.

Or don’t.

Your call.

Cheers.

Christina
8 months ago
Reply to  R.St.Parsley

I’ve found it woohoo!! Loving it I have bookmarked it & saved it – it is every bit as fab as I expected! Thank you for link and for your lovely comments. Hope I can keep in touch! I couldn’t reply to later comments here so I just kept scrolling up the page till I found one that would let me reply!! Maybe that’s the way to beat restrictions we’ll see! Nervy game today eh?! Still 3 points on the board that’s all that matters. Keep well my lovely friend- much love C x

The Green Machine
8 months ago
Reply to  Christina

So how far have you got in your Freemasonry handbook, Chrissie?

You realised they’re in government and running this medical experiment on humanity yet?

Ah, of course not, otherwise you wouldn’t have fell for it!

Let us know what you know and we can compare notes.

Cheers.

TGM

Christina
8 months ago

I told you I don’t claim any in depth knowledge. I was originally interested in the Knights Templar and my curiosity grew from there via the American & French revolutions to present day. I did reply to you on this but my post didn’t make it through – neither will this one probably. Regardless of what you believe re pandemic the illness itself is real I have had two extended family members die from this damn virus I certainly have my doubts about its origins as I suspect we all do, but until I have proof to the contrary I’m taking the vaccinations (That’s it Richard will never let this post through mow 🙂 )

The Green Machine
8 months ago
Reply to  Christina

Wow, you managed to write the V word and it got through!

I have to hyphenate it every time so maybe it’s just me that’s not allowed to mention it, or the Convid itself.

I’m terribly sorry to read of your losses, Christina, but the fact is the medical establishment are claiming flu deaths, pneumonia, and many other lung ailments as ‘The Virus’ when it can be any one of many other health issues and this can be verified if you look at the statistics where you’ll see that the flu has practically disappeared, with pneumonia, heart disease and cancer all vastly reduced when compared to 2018-19 or any other year prior.

And because of these and multiple other blatant inconsistencies in their reporting I will continue to state that until this so called ‘virus’ has been isolated in a lab then it does not exist, for without proof there is only theory and a theory is nothing but glorified conjecture, speculation or outright fraud.

Cheers for the reply and good luck with your studies.

But I wouldn’t trust the British government with anything far less injecting me with an unknown, and wholly untested, toxin that even its makers themselves admit is NOT A VAC CINE but a genetic EXPERIMENT on humanity.

This is my last on word on this matter.

Cheers again.

R.St.Parsley
8 months ago
Reply to  Christina

Glad you found it, Christina. As you can see I’m not the most active of bloggers! I put the site up quickly at the start of lockdown after JimboH asked me to. I think he’s an amateur musician and wanted to amuse the family during periods of house arrest. It’s really just a dump of what I could remember.

I hope you find something that ‘tickles your fancy’ but if so don’t tell Owen I did it

The Green Machine
8 months ago
Reply to  R.St.Parsley

See my reply above, R.St.P.

Much appreciated.

TGM

The Green Machine
8 months ago
Reply to  R.St.Parsley

Hahaha, you gotta expand on The No-Irish Rover!

You’ve about ten verses to work with there and the two tigers written had me in stitches! 😀

All great stuff but special mentions to The Deny Way and Nobody Does it Badder also.

Some genuine genius at times, man, and I say this after my own lengthy experience in this field.

😉

Mike.
8 months ago

Last night’s game was supposed to be a ‘dead rubber’, whenever Celtic play, there’s never a dead rubber game. They say that football is a sporting entertainment, last’s night’s game was a sporting spectacle and entertainment in spades. It was also a glimpse into other younger members of the first team squad, they played brilliantly. If we look back to when Ange first arrived the squad was threadbare by comparison to other, earlier squads. It also provided a first look at a more muscular Celtic team, with bigger, more physical players, I liked that a lot. For a so called ‘dead rubber game’, my neck muscles were all tense with excitement, that is a tension worth feeling, who ever thought that it would be Betis playing catch-up? How can there not be burn-out, with such a high pressing manager, team, so many games and with such a limited first team squad?

Funkyy
8 months ago
Reply to  Mike.

Agreed Mike. If Kyogo had scored a couple and come through unscathed everybody would be applauding Ange’s masterstroke. Nae point in greeting over spilt milk.
As you rightly say football is supposed to be entertainment,,,and last night’s game was definitely that and I’m pretty sure any neutrals watching it would have been entertained….although the Rectum could only muster that it was a “bonkers game”….not an exciting, all action, end to end attacking match with goals and goalmouth action. But with the *rangers game report they gushed their admiration like only Rectum journalists can.
Got my fingers crossed wee Kyogo isn’t out for too long.
Note to Santa…please send me a 6-0 thrashing of *rangers.

The Green Machine
8 months ago
Reply to  Funkyy

You really, seriously and openly still read the Daily Record, Funkyy?!

Why, I must ask you, why, man?!

What compels you to think ‘Oh, I must go and read opinions in the utterly abominably useless Hun loving Celtic hating Daily Record now’?

And why can’t you resist such a thought, given that every time you look at it you’re keeping those scum in a job?

Woof Charlie
8 months ago

Caption: “Am no sure about any dead blubber son but there’s a game on tonight at Celtic Park.”

@CarlJungleBhoy
8 months ago

Caption: “Would however left an extra large packet of Fox’s Glacier Mints behind on the 09:05 from Wemyss Bay, recently arrived at Platform 12, please ask for Paul C Lyon in the station managers office. Thank You”

portpower
8 months ago

Caption:
Polar Depressed. Have you a pound for a cup of ice, ladies .

BJF
8 months ago

Amazingly we are all in agreement Kyogo should not even have been on the bench. That said do we wrap him in cotton wool until the cup final or the 2 nd January and he gets done in
the first minute. Ange surprised me with this decision, Celtic surprised me with winning. I thought Urhoghide strughles for the first twenty minutes then played really well. Montgomery was less effective in a forward position, Shaw was good. Soro is a bomb scare Bitton did well.
They are all second or even third choices so they did well. “Doubts about Ange, and Ange ball” are these the same guys who never wanted NFL winner of quite a few trophies? The league won’t be won or lost before the beginning of March. Happy if Griffiths is brought back, he might give the Hun a bad time one way or the other.

8 months ago

Caption “The next one that asks if I’m an Union Bear is getting eaten”

8 months ago

“Celtic finished the group with nine points, which would usually be enough to qualify, indeed had we been level on points with Betis would have progressed on a head to head.”

3 wins, 2 narrow defeats and only 1 pasting is a decent effort from a difficult group, as I would’ve taken 3 points and a head to head win over Ferenc before it started.

However, lets not extrapolate that if we drew in Leverkusen then we’d still be in the Europa League, as last night’s game would’ve been different if there had been anything other than pride on it.

The Green Machine
8 months ago
Reply to  The Cha

Aye, like I said at the time.

Still a fine pulsating match and a great result with a wee glimpse into the future into the bargain.

Still shite about Kyogo though he really should have had the night off energy mindchasing back.

The Green Machine
8 months ago

*Never mind chasing back …

The Green Machine
8 months ago

Hahaha, you cvnts are aw crackers.

Bognorbhoy
8 months ago

Caption …
Oh look aggie that bears got a steiffy…

SteveNaive
8 months ago
Reply to  Bognorbhoy

I see what you did there Bognorbhoy

Bognorbhoy
8 months ago
Reply to  SteveNaive
The Green Machine
8 months ago
Reply to  Bognorbhoy

How can he get 2 Likes when he didn’t write anything?

Wtf is wrong with you lot?

Cartvale88
8 months ago

Stein would have been criticized by the Victor Meldrews on here. Being lucky enough to have been in Lisbon,
success and Milan, a bit wet, these clowns would have demanded Steins sacking. It is football, we have enough clowns trying to put the boot into Celtic, never mind our own support. Last night his tactics were shining through as the game against Dundee it’d at the weekend. This is not Ange it is the penny pinching board, direct your ire at them
He is squeezing the maximum out of his squad

Monti
8 months ago
Reply to  Cartvale88

The board didn’t bring our only fit striker off the bench tho did he Pennywise?

The Green Machine
8 months ago
Reply to  Monti

Well, it IS on the board, as they didn’t invest in proper back up.

Unless you consider the donkey that is the ‘tripping over his own feet’ Greek lad ‘proper back up’.

BornCelt!
8 months ago

Caption – No, sorry ladies no joy, being a great big brave bear, I went to Celtic to tell Ange what I thought of Kyogo and luckily he threw me on the bus rather than under it. HH!

The Green Machine
8 months ago

Caption: Famous Glasgow lawyer Joe Beartrami’s Russian retirement sees him gain a few pounds,

Kevin
8 months ago

Is that a coconut dug?

@CarlJungleBhoy
8 months ago

Caption: “Would the passenger disembarking on Platform 12 from the 09:05 from Wemyss Bay, who left behind an extra large packet of Fox’s Glacier Mints, please report to the station manager’s office and ask for Paul C.Lyons”

Monti
8 months ago

The injury to Kyogo is all on Postecoglou, not the board, no the weather & no Santa Claus…it’s on Ange.
He had options at his disposal like putting Abada through the middle & Johnston out wide.
The team now is without a recognised striker, big round of applause Ange.
He has failed to beat Livingston twice, lost to Hearts, lost to the filth & the performance v Dundee Utd at home was dire.
Ange needs to start learning fast, Kyogo should have been at home getting a foot massage off Mrs Kyogo, simple as that.

Very frustrating & avoidable crisis up front.

The Green Machine
8 months ago
Reply to  Monti

Injuries happen in football.

If it didn’t happen on Thursday it could have happened in the next game.

Fuggedaboutit.

The Green Machine
8 months ago
Reply to  Monti

Injuries happen in football.

If it didn’t happen on Thursday it could have happened in the next game

The Green Machine
8 months ago
Reply to  Monti

The fact is it was obvious Ajeti was useless early on and he should have been ditched along with the equally useless Barkas, over 8 million quid wasted on those two clowns right after our Bastard Hun loving board got rid of Craig Gordon, Jonny Hayes & big Jozo, after having insulted Gordon with a renewed contract at one third of his prior wage.

So in a way what happened on Thursday really is down to the board, Monti, but you have to think it through first.

Monti
8 months ago

Kyogo shouldn’t have been on the park, simple.

The Green Machine
8 months ago
Reply to  Monti

But what would your solution have been?

Monti
8 months ago

Abada through the middle & Johnston out wide….simple enough if you think it through.

The Green Machine
8 months ago
Reply to  Monti

No, it is not, as Abada has never even seen through the middle so I very much doubt he can play there.

Indeed he can’t even play in his own position at the minute as his head looks all over the place, with MJ in a similar predicament.

So that’s no solution at all so what would your practical solution be?

Monti
8 months ago

Abada is more effective when he moves inside, check his numbers soft lad.

The Green Machine
8 months ago
Reply to  Monti

The past means nothing when you’re off form and he’s clearly off his early form.

Im not arguing here, just pointing out that I’d rather have Kyogo on, on reflection, rather than two out of form players.

I get your criticism of Ange but having thought about it I can’t see a viable option so, again, that IS the fault of the board.

As you’ll see once you get off the defensive and really think it through.

The Green Machine
8 months ago
Reply to  Monti

His most recent numbers are fvcking woeful, soft lad.

Woeful!

Check the record, check the guy’s track record.

Iljasb
8 months ago

You have a short memory. I remember that none of the three were reliable stellar performers and I for one did not want their contracts renewed.

The Green Machine
8 months ago
Reply to  Iljasb

Who you on about, Iljas?

Monti’s the one bogging them up while I’m the one pointing out stat they’re both off form so it looks it’s you that’s confused, boss.

The Green Machine
8 months ago
Reply to  Iljasb

I get you now, Iljas, but Craig Gordon wasn’t a stellar performer?!

He was and still is an excellent keeper and we’d have saved a fortune by just giving him a wee wage increase instead of pishing millions up the wall on the useless Barkas, don’t you agree?

And I dragher have had Jonny Hayes in my team, or at left back, than the wholly ineffective & inexperienced Greg Taylor, who’s a trier but only a squad player at best.

And, aye, Jozo, like Rogic, was hardly dependable over a season but his experience at the back would have prevented the dozens of sloppy goals we conceded that season, when we were meant to be Going For The Ten.

As it was, by getting rid of these three and replacing them with Taylor, Barkas and the on loan Duffy, we basically left the team WITHOUT AN ENTIRE DEFENCE.

Ans instead of accusing me of having a short memory, you should remind yourself of this fact and ask yourself why else would Lawwell have committed such an act of squad sui cide UNLESS he were trying to make sure he secured that title for Sevco.

For he left us with NO DEFENCE, literally overnight, he sacked the three of them on the same day, and it was that act alone that killed our quest for The Ten stone dead in the water.

And much as I was prepared for internal and saw the whole charade coming even I was shocked at how blatant Lawwell’s sabo tage was, in his own personal Night Of The Long Knives at Celtic Park.

The Green Machine
8 months ago
Reply to  Iljasb

I get you now, Iljas, but Craig Gordon wasn’t a stellar performer?!

He was and still is an excellent keeper and we’d have saved a fortune by just giving him a wee wage increase instead of pishing millions up the wall on the useless Barkas, don’t you agree?

And I dragher have had Jonny Hayes in my team, or at left back, than the wholly ineffective & inexperienced Greg Taylor, who’s a trier but only a squad player at best.

And, aye, Jozo, like Rogic, was hardly dependable over a season but his experience at the back would have prevented the dozens of sloppy goals we conceded that season, when we were meant to be Going For The Ten.

The Green Machine
8 months ago

The fact is, Lawwell’s own personal Night Of The Long Knives deprived us of our experienced defence for the rest of that season, thereby practically gift wrapping The Ten in a parcel and sending it to Ibrox free of charge.

I knew he was gonna pull a stunt for his Brothers in Govan but the sudden ferocity of that surprised even myself.

So it looks like it’s you that has the short memory of those events and why they happened, mate, not me.

Salad queen
8 months ago
Reply to  Monti

V the arabs first time we hit the post 4 times

Monti
8 months ago
Reply to  Salad queen

Salad queen, how many goals do you get for hitting the post?

The Green Machine
8 months ago
Reply to  Monti

How many jabs will you take for falling for the scam?

5? 10? 20?

At what point will you realise that for every ‘booster’ there’s a new ‘variant’ that your last jab can’t deal with, meaning you have to take more & more until you finally realise that they’re taking the piss, just like Dermot & Peter have done with you for all these years?

8 months ago
Reply to  Monti

1 if Bain’s in goal.

The Green Machine
8 months ago
Reply to  The Cha

Hahaha, quality, soft lad! 😀

portpower
8 months ago

The tweaking of a Kulture:

First they wheeled out the East Derry MP, Gregory Campbell and there was disgust.

On the 8th of December, David Graham, DUP councillor, worshipful master of the orange order and a member of the royal black preceptory, is to sit as a board member on The Rangers Football Club board of directors. Disgust ?

The Green Machine
8 months ago
Reply to  portpower

Money laundering.

The Green Machine
8 months ago

It’s true, they’re wash8ng the dosh for the UDA.

Anyone who thinks Park is handing over tens of millions from his ‘own personal fortune’ needs their head examined.

The whole game is up to its eyeballs in dirty money and corruption.

Christina
8 months ago

Been saying this for years!! Mind you so have many others. Anyone who knows anything about debt management/ bankruptcy knows this whole scenario is farcical! Surviving on directors ‘loans’ …get tae **** !! I know people say Celtic should do more, and they have a point, but just look at what they’re up against! It is a dangerous world out there if you tread on the wrong toes …

The Green Machine
8 months ago
Reply to  Christina

Celtic aren’t ‘up against’ anything, dear, Sevco are their partners in crime.

Celtic did everything they could to keep any form of ‘A Rangers’ alive and are still willing and active participants in the scam, as proven by the 5 Way Agreement, and their subsequent lies to their shareholders to cover up their involvement.

Do not be fooled that Celtic are somehow the ‘victims’ in this corrupt, stinking, rotten game, the only victims in this con are the dumb fans who keep buying into it.

The Freemasonic cabal at the top are all laughing their wallets off at the fans’ collective stupidity for the game is rigged and always has been in favour of the Old Firm, which is still as extant today as it was all those years ago.

The obnoxious hate filled Glasgow duopoly even has its own trademark on the Patent Register website, you can go there and look at it for yourself, like everyone did back in April when it was renewed.

Celtic & Sevco are the same team, Christina, whether you or I or even the triple jabbed monkey Monti want to believe it or not.

The Green Machine
8 months ago

Team Old Firm.

And those of you buying into it are as complicit as every hate filled Sevvie in keeping the hate filled circus going.

The Green Machine
8 months ago
Reply to  Christina

But at least you know they’re not ‘surviving on directors’ loans’, Christina.

Even the much adored Phil is still spinning that old yarn to his own personal gullibillies and they’re still too thick to see through it far less ever question it.

For in their eyes if Phil writes it then it must be true …

Monti
8 months ago

Not healthy to not criticise the manager when he has made a mistake…and it was a mistake.

Had Deila done that he would have been filleted.

The Green Machine
8 months ago
Reply to  Monti

But what would YOU have done, Monti?

What would have been your solution?

And let’s not try that ‘Abada down the middle’ nonsense from earlier.

Monti
8 months ago

Did ye aye?

The Green Machine
8 months ago
Reply to  Monti

No, I didn’t.

I’m asking you.

Abada can’t play through the middle and both him & MJ are off form anyway.

And after all of it the result gave the young lads a boost that’ll do their confidence the world of good and that they’re probably still buzzing off yet, which is good news for the club as they’ve proven to themselves and us that they’re capable of doing what Ange wants them to do.

The Green Machine
8 months ago
Reply to  Monti

The fact of the matter is, Monti, Ange had next to no choice and much as it pains me to say it the fault is with Kyogo himself in trying to do too much in unnecessarily racing back 40 or 50 yards.

THAT was what caused the problem, the actions of the player himself, like it or not, so blaming the manger for Ajeti’s overall uselessness is pointless.

The Green Machine
8 months ago
Reply to  Monti

So, Monti, now that Kyogo’s injury isn’t as bad as first thought what would you do?

Risk him in the final against the rudderless Hibs or wait til the Hun game?

Monti
8 months ago

Play him on Sunday if fit.

The Green Machine
8 months ago
Reply to  Monti

Really?!

After you VEHEMENTLY INSISTING that he should never have played last Thursday?!

When he WAS FIT?!

Are you SURE that that’s not taking somewhat of a potentially terrible risk, given that he’s just escaped what we all thought was a serious hamstring injury ONIY LAST WEEK?

Are you certain that rushing him back to beat a team who’ve just sacked their manager and couldn’t score in a barrel of f@nnies is the wisest move, Monti?

Because I’d say that his skills are FAR MORE VALUABLE to us in the league race, and most particularly against the league leaders on the 2nd of January, wouldn’t you?

For let’s face it, if he WAS FIT last Thursday and clearly isn’t fully fit yet, why would anyone commit such a gross folly and risk him pulling his hamstring even more seriously this time, thereby ruling him out of the far more important Sevco game?

Your reasoning seems to be all over the place, bud, are you sure those jags you’re so addicted to getting aren’t affecting your thought processes somewhat ..?

Cos it sure looks from here like they are.

Monti
8 months ago

A cup final is a cup final soft lad.

The Green Machine
8 months ago
Reply to  Monti

And a hamstring tear is a hamstring tear, soft lad.

And hypocrisy and head swivelling changes of opinion is par for the course for soft headed mush for brains mugs like you, soft lad.

You just cannot make up yer mind on anything, can ye, soft lad?

The Green Machine
8 months ago
Reply to  Monti

Btw, how’s Walter?

Still enjoying his soft lad, is he?

portpower
8 months ago

Kyogo is fine. Pass the bong, the SMSM need it.

The Green Machine
8 months ago
Reply to  portpower

The billabong..?

Funkyy
8 months ago

A Scottish refereeing performance sank to a new low today…so low that it was almost underground.
That clown with a whistle was a cringe-worthy embarrassment…nae wonder the EPL look down their noses at us.
He literally didn’t know the football rule book..the corner kick anybody?
He allowed Murderwell to assault Celtic players and didn’t show a card, but awarded free kicks against Celtic for imaginary fouls when they won the ball.
You would have thought his “masters” would have instructed him not to make it too obvious that the fix was in.
He wasn’t good enough to be called incompetent.

Monti
8 months ago

Away for my booster jab, there’s a total twat in front of me in the queue here….I thought you weren’t getting jabbed Green machine?

The Green Machine
8 months ago
Reply to  Monti

I’m not, you f@nny.

You are.

The Green Machine
8 months ago
Reply to  Monti

’Variant after variant’, booster after booster, jab after jab after jab …

Theyve got you running on the hamster wheel, tubby, and now that you e started it’s never going to end unless they end it.

But ’It’s only two weeks to flatten the curve’ …

Dumb unthinking fool.

Monti
8 months ago

Sure soft lad, sure.

The Green Machine
8 months ago
Reply to  Monti

How’d ye enjoy yer jab, fat boy?

Feeling better now that nursey has took your fear of the bogeyman away, until next time at least?

The Green Machine
8 months ago
Reply to  Monti

You can’t even think up a name for me yourself, ya fat dummy, you have to use that weak one made by The Charles before you! 😀

You haven’t a brain in yer heid, fat chap.

Btw, how’s Walter?

Still as fetching in yer wife’s slippers?

8 months ago

Not that it winds you up, soft lad, 😉

The Green Machine
8 months ago
Reply to  The Cha

It doesn’t wind ME up, soft lad, it shows YOU up for the soft lad you are.

The Green Machine
8 months ago
Reply to  The Cha

How’s the BBC treating you these days, soft lad?

He does use lube, yeah ..?

Iancelt67
8 months ago

Cannae get a hoose fur the pakistanis

The Green Machine
8 months ago
Reply to  Iancelt67

😀 😀 😀

The Green Machine
8 months ago
Reply to  The Cha

Not that I’d imagine he’d have to with a soft lad like you underneath him …

Monti
8 months ago

” You can’t even think of a name for me ”
Yes quite, I don’t give you much thought…..soft lad.

The Green Machine
8 months ago
Reply to  Monti

That’s because you have none to give, my sad fat friend.

How’s Walter?

Your missus must be delighted, or disgusted, at your new found bedroom fervour, wha’?

weered
8 months ago
Reply to  Monti

I have a few

The Green Machine
8 months ago
Reply to  weered

One of which is behind the ear, yeah ..?

And all because you can’t think up a witty response to oul’ Green Machine.

The Green Machine
8 months ago
Reply to  weered

You should take up knitting, Red, I hear it’s very calming for the agitated mind …

The Green Machine
8 months ago
Reply to  weered

And what do you think about the dancing health staff in the face of a ‘global pandemic’, Red?

Do YOU think it an appropriate response to hospitals being overwhelmed while thousands of patients lie dying ..?

BroxburnBhoy
8 months ago

Cuckoo cuckoo

The Green Machine
8 months ago
Reply to  BroxburnBhoy

What about you, Broxi Bear?

You think the doctors & nurses should be dancing about the streets and wards while their patients lie dying, do ye?

Monti
8 months ago

So if you or any at risk member of your family contract this variant & fall ill, I assume you won’t take yourself or them to hospital for treatment, thus putting strain on the NHS? Soft lad.

The Green Machine
8 months ago
Reply to  Monti

No, soft lad, I’ll take some Ivermectin like everyone else who understands what this power grab and deception really is all about and be back on my feet in a couple of days.

It’s only the common flu, soft lad.

I told you before, they’ve weaponised the common flu and turned it into a big scary bogeyman and it’s only the soft lads with mush for brains like yourself that fall for it.

Thats why we call you ‘Soft Lad’ …

Cos ye’re soft in the head.

You see, soft lad?

But of course ye don’t!

Cos you’re just a big soft lad! 😀

The Green Machine
8 months ago
Reply to  Monti

The best tip is plenty of Vitamins A, C & D with a regular dosage of echinacea, soft lad, preferably every day as prevention is better than cure.

Plenty of garlic, ginger & turmeric also, as those powerful spices really help fight or ward off infections, though I’d strongly advise anything the medical establishment would want to inject into you, especially now with this corporate power grab and general war on humanity raging.

You’ll see it one day, soft lad, but by then, for you at least, it will be too late.

I haven’t worn a mask yet, soft lad, and don’t even follow the advice I’ve given above and interacted with thousand of people in the two years since this shite went live and I don’t even know anyone that’s been sick from the ‘Convid’.

Though I do know two or three that are no longer around after taking the jabs and that hurts, as I did try to warn them and all they did was react like you.

The Green Machine
8 months ago

*Advise AGAINST, soft lad.

The Green Machine
8 months ago
Reply to  Monti

And by the way, soft lad, the hospitals are empty.

You can check it online at #TheHospitalsAreEmpty.

How else do you think the nursing staff, auxiliaries and all the doctors could find the time to dance about the street every Thursday at 7 o’clock in the middle of an alleged ‘pandemic’ ..?

See, you didn’t think it through, soft lad, you didn’t think it though.

Check it out, soft lad, it just takes a few dunts at yir keyboard #TheHospitalsAreEmpty

The Green Machine
8 months ago
Reply to  Monti

Do YOU think health professionals dancing about the streets laughing and joking is an appropriate response to a pandemic, Monti?

Did you go out onto your street and clatter pots and pans like it’s a drunken alcoholic Hen Party ‘in support of the NHS’, every Thursday did ye, Monti?

Didn’t it even once occur to you that their dancing around the streets laughing their cvnts off every week was the LEAST APPROPRIATE RESPONSE to a ‘worldwide pandemic’, and, most especially, to the patients allegedly ‘dying in their thousands’ inside their wards?

Or did that thought never occur to you ..?

Soft lad?

The Green Machine
8 months ago
Reply to  Monti

And the dancing health staff, Monti?

How do you feel about them?

Does that indicate hospitals being ‘overwhelmed with the dying’ while they dance wildly around the streets and seem to have a never endless supply of TikTok videos of them grinding around the wards?

You think that’s a normal medical response to an overwhelming pandemic, yeah ..?

weered
8 months ago

Keep her lit Monti

The Green Machine
8 months ago
Reply to  weered

There he is, Weered, Monti’s faithful little lapdog yapping inanely from the sidelines as usual.

The Green Machine
8 months ago
Reply to  weered

Did you happen to see that ex British soldier and hardcore Hun who got done for threatening the MP James Dornan with ‘one behind the ear’ online, did ye, Red ..?

He actually went to jail for an online comment, iirc.

Now correct me if I’m wrong but I’m sure there’s someone on here, on this very site, who used that exact same term to threaten me with just a few short months ago and I warned them at the time that they’d best watch out as some folk might take offence at that and stick them into the coppers but I can’t for the life of me remember who it was …

Can YOU remember who it was, Red?

Who threatened ol’ Green Machine with a ‘one behind the ear’ style execution ..?

Can ye, Red ..?

The Green Machine
8 months ago

Here it is here, Red:

https ://philmacgiollabhain.ie/2021/11/25/james-dornan-msp-threatened-by-ex-british-soldier /#more-22817

Incredibly he escaped a custodial sentence and was instead fined which, as James Dornan himself pointed out, would NOT have been the case were such a threat sent to a Westminster MP rather than a mere Scot.

Now what do YOU think about it, Red?

Do you think online threats about ‘one behind the ear’ should result in a lengthy incarceration or would a hefty fine suffice?

The Green Machine
8 months ago

Here’s what our very own ‘The Cha’, aka The Soft Lad, had to say about it:

‘Chilling but sadly I don’t think he’s lucky to only have a monetary penalty.

If this had been an Irish Republican supporter to a Unionist politician then a substantial incarceration would have resulted.’

What’d’ya reckon, Red?

Is The Cha, aka The Soft Lad, correct?

Should such online threats be treated more harshly by the authorities?

And what if it’s from one Irish poster to another, simply for one pulling the other’s leg and the other being too thin skinned, ie, SOFT, to take the joke in the good humour with which it was intended ..?

What do you think should be the resultant penalty then?

After all, as reasonable men I’m sure we both agree that ‘one behind the ear’ in response to a bit of craic is quite an insane reaction that might well require some severe medical intervention, don’t you agree ..?

All genetic experiments aside ..?

Funkyy
8 months ago

Bodo Glimpt???? Wiz he no in Lord Of The Rings?

The Green Machine
8 months ago
Reply to  Funkyy

Ask Monti. He’s well into those ring fantasies.

The Green Machine
8 months ago

Shout out to Ronnie Deila for winning the first ever MLS Cup for New York City.

Though his subsequent striptease on the pitch was something that only soft lads like The Cha and Monti would like to watch in their quieter moments when either Walter or their BBC aren’t around …

🙂

8 months ago

You seem to have a thing about homo-erotica, which is absolutely fine as there’s nothing illegal about it.

You should though stop projecting your feelings onto others, as you’ve nothing to feel ashamed about.

The Green Machine
8 months ago
Reply to  The Cha

I’m talking about you, soft lad.

Its ‘s old school slagging and I know how much it annoys you and the other soft lad on this page.

Btw, Charles, can you name us a product that blames its failure on those who don’t use it ..?

The Green Machine
8 months ago
Reply to  The Cha

How’s the BBC treating you?

The Green Machine
8 months ago
Reply to  The Cha

And what do you think about the dancing health staff in the face of a ‘global pandemic’, Charles?

Do YOU think it an appropriate response to hospitals being overwhelmed ..?

portpower
8 months ago

Charlie Adam didnae take his Mammy`s good advice. He wasnae wearing clean underwear.

Skid mark Skipper.

The Green Machine
8 months ago

Good to see a bit of craic back on here at last.

Fitba talk is well and good but it’s just not the same without the banter.

The Green Machine
8 months ago

My mate went to the doc the other day and was told ‘Sir, I’m afraid your DNA is backwards.’

So my mate goes ‘AND?’

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