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Celtic Diary Wednesday August 3: Astana Manana!

Another predictive headline , we hope. though there’s no reason why celtic can’t do this tonight, and no reason why it shouldn’t be comfortable.

There’s a couple of ways of looking at the game, 1-1 from the first leg, and the most simple is that if they don’t score then they are out.

So therefore the emphasis will be on keeping possession, and on safety first. It would be ridiculous to defend, or try to defend for an hour and a half, but a little bit of common sense and no silly mistakes should be enough to be going on with.

And anyway, we should be fairly confident of scoring ourselves.

Theres a lot of talk of four and five goal wins, but reallistically, unelss their heads go down, that won’t happen. The big crowd may see a few of them retreat into their shells, but its unlikely. As it stands, they are out of the competition, and will take the game to Celtic, having nothing to lose.

We need a big game from the referee, who isn’t used to this sort of occasion, and we need focus and discipline from the players, something that has improved this term, and in fact if we continue to improve as we have so far, then I’d expect a two goal victory, albeit with a couple of scars during the game.

We could see a competitive debut for Kolo toure, alongside either Efe Ambrose or Eoghan O’Connell, or even both, and there is the likelihood of Stefan Johansen featuring at some point. Other than that, your guess is as good as mine, but there should be enough in any side put out by the manager to see this one through.

One noticable difference ahead of this game is the way the manager talks his players up, as opposed to last season when pre match pressers were largely about the other team, and how much respect we had for them.

This is a significant change in policy, and can only help morale.

Players read the papers, and it will do them good to to read good things about them, and lets be honest, even that is a refreshing change.

Rodgers spoke of Leigh Griffiths, the man Astana tried to get banned, and the striker would have been chuffed to read what he said;

“What events since tell you is how much of a threat they see him as.

“They obviously respect him so much as a player, they maybe wanted try to get him banned.

“You can only assume that’s why they took the course of action they took but I have not given it too much thought.

 

“I always think that to be a winner and to be the best, you need to be on the limit and Leigh plays on the limit.

 

“That’s what you want as a coach and a manager and, if he had a more Latino name, he would be talked about as being worth 15 million quid, for sure.

 

“Luis Suarez played on edge and he was all right!

 

“You prefer players to have an edge to their game but what Leigh has shown very quickly in the short time I’ve been here is that he’s another player who has impressed me. 

“I saw the goals he’d scored before, the quality of the finishes, and the technique is top class.

“But what has impressed me more than anything is his tactical capacity.

“That shows me that Leigh is improving and, if he continues that, it’ll bring his game up another level.”

 

Something not so well known about Griffiths are his leadership qualities. Here, he explains to Efe Ambrose that they are on the same team, and he should be marking someone in a different coloured shirt;

There was a hint , actually, a little more than a hint, that Kolo toure would play some part in tonights game;

“Kolo’s experience will be vital, whether it is from the start or in another part of the game.

“It will depend on what I feel the game needs. 

Another significant change in policy. The manager has shown he will adapt the way the team plays when he feels he has to. all a bit radical for us supporters, but it seems to work.

Kolo could start the game and last it, but it’s one of those one when, as a coach, you are thinking it might be that second or final part of the game where you need that experience to close it out.

“He could, for example, play 60 minutes and have to come off.

“Then you have to put someone less experienced on.

“The idea could be to keep him on the sidelines and then, when you need more height in the team to close out the game because they [Astana] are playing direct, you can put him on.

“If I feel he can start, I will have no problem playing him. 

The manager also backed his captain, Scot Brown, and by doing this publicly, he’ll have done no harm to how the midfielder feels about himself either;

“I can only talk about experiences before and what happens is that when someone loves a team or a club so much and puts everything into that club, he is normally the one who bears the brunt of it.

“Scott is such a driving force for the team, but sometimes when things don’t go so well for the team that player gets it.

“I saw that with Steven Gerrard. Even with everything Steven did at Liverpool, there were still times when he bore the brunt of it

“Thankfully Scott has a strong character. Mentally he is very good and knows he has a big responsibility here as one of the main pillars of the club.” 

“Scott and Steven are very similar. They want what is best for the club.

“‘Scott’s ambition is for the club, not for himself. That’s what you find in these types of players – they are not selfish.

“Everything they do is based around what’s best for the team and they put themselves secondary to that.

“Steven, like Scott, was a wonderful ambassador for his club, and in the changing room these types are very strong, they are able to lead.

“I always say that is key for the manager. It’s not what they players do when they are with you – it’s what they do when they are not with you.

‘You need your lieutenants in there who can control that and certainly he is one of them.”

 “Scott Brown has really impressed me tactically in the work I’ve been looking the team to do. He has shown me over the course of pre-season that he can play as a controller. 

He has shown elements of his game that I probably didn’t think he had, to be honest. But he has also shown he can step up one and be that runner in the corridor.

“My perception of him was obviously from afar. The kid has been a runner all his life, ever since he broke into the Hibs team at 17.

“Then I came up against him in a friendly or two and could see he had a real aggressive streak, which I love.

“Now I’m working with him, I can see he is in great shape. Physically he looks really good. He is healthy in terms of his diet and mentality.

“Tactically, the concepts in the game I have asked him to do – and I’ve looked at him in a couple of positions – he has surprised me how quickly he has picked it up.

“Sometimes players get labelled quickly, such as being athletic and then people just focus on his running.

“But can you develop on the tactical side of the game? From what we have given them so far, which has been a lot, he is tactically very astute. He probes into spaces, fills gaps both with and without the ball.

“His passing is good and he can open it up at times. Of course, like any player it could be better. But he can play it long, short or split the game.

“He is great in the element I love, which is the pressing game. He can really drive the team, hunt and press. Then he has the calmness to make the first pass when he wins it. So he has really impressed me.”

 Then he mentioned the Davie Moyes story from yesterday, thrown out by desperate hacks to distract him from tonights match, and maybe even make him feel like he was second best;

“I’m sure the club spoke to a number of people, but when they asked to speak to me, I obviously knew the size of the club and the positives and negatives to the job.

“For me, the positives of being up here far outweighed everything else at this stage in my career.

I’m probably a bit younger than most, but there was no hesitation for me to come.

“To come to Scottish football, in general, was going to be exciting for me.

“I don’t know so much about it, but I know it’s competitive and I know it can be tough.

“I can see where David is coming from, if he spoke to the club, but still felt he wanted to be in the Premier League.

“I’m different. I’ve got another 15 to 20 years as a coach and I didn’t want it all to be in the Premier League.

“I’m from Northern Ireland and moved to Reading when I was 16.

“I lived in Wales in Swansea, in the north west of England. I hadn’t been to Scotland and was happy to come.

“They tell me the weather can be good and for me it’s a special experience.

“Everyone’s individual needs are different, but, for me, I was open-minded when I spoke to the club, probably like David was, and I was honoured to be asked to take it on.”

and crucially, he added, or so we are led to believe…

“Plus, I’m a Celtic fan. Have been since I was a kid, and I felt it was important not to let that dopey ginger fucker anywhere near the club, as he would have set us back years. Never won a thing, you know… 

Speaking of things we’ve been led to believe, we heard a brilliant story from Auchenhowie, which we think will put a smile on your lips. Through an alcoholic haze, we got this from our mole at that place….

Lee Connolly, a Sunderland under 18 player…

Mad Celtic fan. Invited by Rangers* to sign around Feb this year, gets tour of auchenhowie then car to Ibrokes. Walks down the tunnel with the great David Weir, “wait til you hear this” -4 bars of Simply the Best: right Da, we’re going. I’m no huvvin it. Exit stage left.  

Which is not quite how the Record reported it back then…

Rangers are set to miss out on Scots superkid Lee Connelly as the youngster prepares to seal a deal with Premier League strugglers Sunderland .

The 15-year-old Queen’s Park midfielder is set to line up for the Black Cats Under-18s side that is taking on Manchester United at Carrington this morning.

Connelly has been training all week with Sunderland and an impressive display is likely to lead to the offer of a full-time contract at the Stadium of Light.

Connelly, a Scotland Under-16 internationalist, has been tracked by a host of Scottish clubs this season but Rangers have shown the greatest interest.

To add to the feelgood factor this morning, its worth noting that ahead of such an important game, the manager took time out to cast his eye over the development sqaud, who themselves were playing at a higher level, in what could be a kind of microcosm of the senior side should we reach the group stages of the UCL.

Invited to take part in the Irn Bru Cup with lower league senior sides, the youngsters excelled with a crushing 5-1 win over Annan Athletic. This idea of letting the youngsters play against real football teams can only benefit them in the long run, and surely its only a matter of time before they are allowed to compete regularly within the pyramid system.

Neil Doncaster has yet to ring me, but thats one of the things i’ll mention to him.

Whilst we are all optimistic ahead of the game, the title for the most optimisitc man in the world must be awarded to the head of retail at Celtic…

CELTIC’S new 2016/17 pink and black Third Kit from New Balance is on sale now and available to buy exclusively* from all Celtic stores and online at celticsuperstore.co.uk

The striking new strip has been well-received by supporters and the latest kit from New Balance now completes Celtic’s kit collection for the 2016/17 season, with the new green and white Hooped Home Kit and black and gold Away Kit also on sale now.

Celtic stores throughout Scotland and Ireland open their doors today to fans looking to be amongst the first to wear the new kit. This includes the Celtic Store at Glasgow Airport, ideal for fans looking to pick up the new kit before heading off on holiday 

Sales are expected to hit double figures as early as Christmas, and we saw in the caption competition yesterday the sort of treatment you can expect if you wear one outside in the streets.

Still, if you do fancy one of the kits, at least you won’t have to queue for it.

In other news, Scott Allan could be re-united with his old boss Alan Stubbs at Rotherham, as there is talk of a season long loan. whatever Deila saw -or didn’t see-in Allan, has clearly been noticed by Rodgers, and its becoming less of a conspiracy theory, and more of a theory, that he was signed purely to weaken Hibernian to ensure the “rangers ” were promoted.

Tom English, the Irishman who writes for the Scotsman has been wailing again. apparently all this talk of “rangers ” being a new club-they are, and thats how UEFA see them, you can trust me on that one…as you will see soon, is rather getting on his nerves…

And can we move beyond the “new club” stuff? It’s a bit old hat, eh? 

Old hat ? New hat ? Magic hat ?

Exactly which hat is he talking through here ?

As one chapter closes in this particualr debate, another is about to open.

But then again, the free press in Scotland would be aware of that, wouldn’t they ?

We used to think that our own PR at Celtic was pretty bad, but spare a though for this chap, who was proud to sign for Notts County until he saw this picture..

Caption competition yesterday…

Tim Buffy August 2, 2016 at 12:11 pm · Edit · Reply →

Caption: Police Scotland get tore in early in case the Offensive Behaviour at Football Act gets repealed. 

Caption competition today….

 

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andybhoy
5 years ago

Caption….

I never could get on the Deilak bus.

Monti
5 years ago
Reply to  andybhoy

Winner!

BondiBrian
5 years ago
Reply to  andybhoy

Ma mate living in Shepherds Bush in the 70’s got a job working inside the Dalek on Dr Who.

Anyhoo enough about that trivia. Great result the night.

MON THE HOOPS !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

andybhoy
5 years ago

Caption….

Excited Dalek spots Helen Flanagan getting off.

Patrickqu
5 years ago
Reply to  andybhoy

Outstanding!

Half_Fool
5 years ago
Reply to  andybhoy

Oo Er 🙂

Tim Buffy
5 years ago

Caption: But everybody knows Daleks can’t climb stairs!

5 years ago

Caption:Level5 sends transport to collect two daleks that sevco has just signed to help them exterminate all opposition that gets in the way of winning their 55th league title in four years!

Monti
5 years ago

Can someone put up the Katie Perry track ‘ California girls/dreaming ‘?
Preferably with Video.
Please 🙂

andybhoy
5 years ago
Reply to  Monti

Monti
5 years ago
Reply to  andybhoy

Andybhoy,
Class m8…….now i’ll be back in 5…no 10 mins 🙂

andybhoy
5 years ago
Reply to  Monti

Hahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahaha!!!

mike
5 years ago
Reply to  Monti

Mair like 2 minuets.

Greenmaestro
5 years ago

Look those conductors are being sucked off.

mike
5 years ago

OOOHHH Katy Perry,there is a god,god only kens what i would do without her.
Dessi was a man who thought he was a woman,
Get back, Get back, Get back to where yoo do belong,hit it joe,joe.
Oh i recall that typsy wummin,silver spangles in her hair,
Ivory skin against the moonlight and the taste of luvs sweet wine.

I met her on a Monday and ma hert stood still,do ron ron ron,da do ron ron,
somebody telt me that her name was jill,da do ron ron ron da do ron ron ron,
Oh shit her name was bill and here i thought it was jill,
oh her name was bill,da do ron ron ron,da do ron ron.
There must be no stauners in astauner the nicht.

John McCloy in tasmania
5 years ago

Caption.C’mon,get aff.how to confuse a dalek.HH.

mike
5 years ago

Caption, Theres only one tea in typhoo.

5 years ago

Sevco’s new defensive pairing of EXTERMINATE and LIQUIDATE join the team bus for Ra Jurney.

Bognor bhoy
5 years ago
Reply to  TonyB

Very good..

Bognor bhoy
5 years ago

Caption ::is my granny on this bus ?

(in a daleky voice,go on you know you want to )

mike
5 years ago

Great read again Ralph,I go along with what you say,the more I read and hear about Brendan the more that he convinces me of his quality,we are very lucky to have him.How refreshing to hear him back up his players and rightly so,they have a lot of qualities that we know nothing about,we make our thoughts known but are unaware of the bigger picture,his tactics and instructions.
Broony is a great Tic man and its great to see him lead the team,having Toure at the back,issuing instructions on the park and guiding the young players,is something we have been looking for for a while. Best of luck tonight Celtic,luck sometimes can play a part.

Monti
5 years ago

Caption:
As a busload of Orange scum try to get off on the Garvaghy road, here we see the Garvaghy road young team tell them to fuck off!

Gerry M
5 years ago

Caption : does this bus go to Govan ? liquidate liquidate !!

Monti
5 years ago
Reply to  Gerry M

🙂

Susan Murphy
5 years ago

Caption…”D’you go past the doctors hen?”

HH

Sue

boracaycelt
5 years ago

You want to go where?
Does this look like a Tardis?

portpower
5 years ago

Ralph, S1-L6?
Stay away from the opiates,buy a bong.

For all that are going today, sing for me and enjoy our day.

Peter Piper Lawwell picked a peck of pickled players.

A peck of player peppers Peter Piper Lawwell picked.

If Peter Piper Lawwell picked a peck of pickled players,

where’s the peck of pickled players Peter Piper Lawwell picked?

Dudu Dahan.

Celts by 14.

YNWA

portpower
5 years ago
Reply to  portpower

PS Ralph; You`re to pace yourself from now on.

What used to take an hour for a task, take a day.

YNWA

maryhillbhoy
5 years ago

Back from the Hebrides just in time for the game tonight and feeling reasonably confident if we can just keep Efe away from the team

mike
5 years ago
Reply to  maryhillbhoy

Let the wind blow high,let the wind blow low,

Thru the streets in his kilt he!ll go,

Awe the lassies say Hello Sailor.

portpower
5 years ago

Caption:

Davros is deid. Up the back you fandangled sevconian plungers.

charlie
5 years ago

any chance ae somebody puttin up the champions league anthem its been ringin in ma heid aw morning might as well have the real thing COYBIG

portpower
5 years ago
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charlie
5 years ago
Reply to  portpower

thanks portpower hail hail

portpower
5 years ago
Reply to  charlie

Charlie, i`ve been sing this all day…..

https://youtu.be/J_kokTee01k

charlie
5 years ago
Reply to  portpower

another great tune portpower but ime no sure if it will annoy any huns that get within hearing distance ae ma phone today ha ha

Monti
5 years ago
Reply to  portpower

I’ve been singing 18 Brits 🙂

charlie
5 years ago
Reply to  Monti

i think that will do the job monti hail hail

charlie
5 years ago

caption the wee aluminium guys sing ide rather be a dalek than a hun

Bazemerald
5 years ago

Two for ibrokes pal. We’ve got a wee job to do for the health and safety crew. Exterminate…Exterminate

portpower
5 years ago
Reply to  Bazemerald

the rangers episode 2: Interactive big hoose.

Season 2016/17.

Monti
5 years ago
Reply to  Bazemerald

🙂

portpower
5 years ago

Are there bets on who`ll be throwin` up at half-time?

Before hand doesn`t count.

Stevie D
5 years ago

Caption: Zis bus go to Barmulloch pal?

portpower
5 years ago

Caption:

The members of a race of hostile huns schedule the sevconian bus jump.

bgbhoy
5 years ago

sounds like its 4-4-3

portpower
5 years ago
Reply to  bgbhoy

Scott Brown had a good solid shot at goal last game.

Put hymn on for a goal today.

portpower
5 years ago

I picked a bad day to give away a nil each game………

bgbhoy
5 years ago

or 4-3-3 even woops

mike
5 years ago
Reply to  bgbhoy

He,He, gettin a wee bit desperate there Bg,telt ye yesterday.

Gordon,
Lustig, Toure a lour a layrie, Sviat/O Connell, K T.

Brown, Rogic/Armstrong Johanson/McGregor.

Roberts, Dembelle, Griff, COYBIG.

bgbhoy
5 years ago
Reply to  mike

ive heard dembele is dropped but not confirmed

think it might be roberts, griff and james front 3

mike
5 years ago
Reply to  bgbhoy

Like it,luv it, want it.

Monti
5 years ago
Reply to  mike

A cock? 🙂

mike
5 years ago
Reply to  mike

A Doodle Doo.

portpower
5 years ago
Reply to  bgbhoy

Let`s hope our keeper does`nae play as IF he thinks he`s a sweeper.

A conclusional Celtic disaster.

portpower
5 years ago

Beware.

This mob Astana will try and injure Craig Gordon at long throws coming in and corners coming over.

Today he`s to stand up.

5 years ago

After remembering our brave hunger strikers over the past couple of days. Today is the 100th anniversary of Sir Roger Casement. The last of the 1916 martyers to be executed.
Hanged they say by a comma,in old English law.
A remarkable man,and a true son of Ireland.
They hanged him of course,and mutilated his body to prove he was a homosexual,then sent his naked body into a grave within the prison walls.It took till 1965 to get him home,where he was awarded a state funeral.
His speech to the court is powerful, and worth a read but too long to post on here. He of course was prosecuted by Edward Carson,who had set up the Ulster Volounteers,and Casement refers too them in his speech. How’s that for British justice!
A wonderful man,who witnessed the horrors of the Congo,as the rubber industry took hold over Europe and the US.
He stated that it was this that awoke his Irish identity,and although the British made him a sir,the Congo,made him a true patriot of Ireland. Probably being gay,stopped him from the adoration handed out to the other leaders at that time,,but he deserves his place,as equal too in every aspect of his love of Ireland as everyone else.
If anyone can post the lonely Banna strand by the Wolfe tones I would be very grateful.
TAL Sir Roger Casement.

Monti
5 years ago
Reply to  Jimmybee

Jimmybee,
Great stuff to warm the heart!

portpower
5 years ago
Reply to  Jimmybee
5 years ago
Reply to  portpower

Belated thanks Mo Chara !

BondiBrian
5 years ago
Reply to  Jimmybee

Surprised you used the “sir” Jimmy.

5 years ago
Reply to  BondiBrian

Yes M8!i know,but they tried to take everything from him,so I’m happy to address this great human being,and rebel,his full title.
TAL

BondiBrian
5 years ago
Reply to  Jimmybee

Banna Strand was one of ma mothesr favourite, she could sing it well, and often did.

mike
5 years ago

Warning, Warning, Keep the heed,do not be spoon fed into a reaction,cos that was and is there game plan for tonight.

Astonia, Astonia,somebodys got in in far ya.

Caption,I!ll sookoot yer sink for a free ride.

5 years ago

Caption: We’re no fuckin daleks,it’s salt n Peppa ya dafty.
Push it real good !

Uralius
5 years ago

Caption: Sevco test new player body armor. Purchased just in case they meet Hibs in the cup this year. They are testing it on a public street before testing it on the grass (Lee Wallace).

portpower
5 years ago

Caption:

Kids stop the charge of the bloo wodge.

portpower
5 years ago

Gordon

LusTic(og) O`Connell(primed for today) Kolo Tierney

Rogic Brown Armstrong

Roberts Griffiths Christie

5TB
5 years ago

Caption;

‘Ah don’t know what the wife put in my sandwiches Shug, but is that two overly excited salt and pepper pots trying to get on oor bus?’

I expect a tough game tonight. All players will need to perform on or near 100%. This tie is still not over by a long way. Defense options will make or break it IMO with all permutations being fairly unsettled. Hopefully the formation can gel quickly, unlike recent previous campaigns.

MTH!

Peter Lawell, along with your greed obsessed oligarch, go now.

Celticmikey
5 years ago

Caption:the celtic biscuit tins attempt a daring escape from the sharp suited man.

portpower
5 years ago

Today the SMSM only wish

Big Shuggy
5 years ago

Bgbhoy

Get on the blower to wee Jamesy and get us the team. cheers mate.

Beginning to start the pacing up and down.Another hour then the boozer.

Hail Hail

Monti
5 years ago

When is the next night out Bhoys?
I’m getting thirsty…..

Monti
5 years ago
Reply to  Ralph Malph

Good good

portpower
5 years ago

Caption:

L5 in full breeding plumage telt; “not without a ticket.”

sevco inexorable route FC.

Monti
5 years ago
Reply to  portpower

🙂

portpower
5 years ago

Caption:

sevco idiots,all aboard.

portpower
5 years ago

Caption:

Glib & Bouffant showcase sevconian kits that are directly attainable.

Rebus67
5 years ago

Another blog is predicting the team for tonight:

Gordon
Janko Lustig O’Connell Tierney
McGregor Armstrong Brown
Roberts Griff Forrest

So no Dembele, no Toure.

If this is true, it will test my faith in BR. I like 433…check. Playing Roberts….check. Dropping Ambrose….check. However, two wingers……anxiety. Forrest….anxiety. Janko…..anxiety. McGregor…..anxiety.

I would have thought bring Forrest on after 60 minutes when legs are tired and tell him to drive into the box. I can see why Rogic is not there because he loses the ball too often.

Worry, worry…….Say nice things to me!

Rebus

maryhillbhoy
5 years ago
Reply to  Rebus67

Nice things

Rebus67
5 years ago
Reply to  maryhillbhoy

Maryhill,

Thanks! That is better.

Rebus

Half_Fool
5 years ago
Reply to  Rebus67

Hail Hail Rebus,

Nice things to me 🙂

I agree with your thoughts and misgivings , but under the circumstances, this is a pretty flexible initial XI selection considering injuries and Efe’s little ways.
Having Kolo as a back-up is probably best, rather than going straight into the starting line-up.
This selection can be used dynamically to be a 4-3-3, a 4-5-1, a 3-5-2 or a 4-4-1-1 depending on the situation on the field.

I see Rogic more as an impact player late on – I actually like him, but only in that capacity for Celtic.

Personally I wish that Dembele or Cifti had some form, as I would prefer 2 up at home, and going tight on them in the other areas – especially the wings. Perhaps Roberts will be just behind Griff.

Half_Fool
5 years ago
Reply to  Half_Fool

* meant to say 3-4-2-1 rather than 3-5-2

CarlJungleBhoy
5 years ago

Caption: Electonic Tims Daleks look for jobs as conductors?

CarlJungleBhoy
5 years ago

^ is it too late to exterminate that comment? 🙂

FredCDobbs@hotmail.com
5 years ago

caption. heres the photo of your new strip Igor. That should stop that bastard griffiths giving you the fear

5 years ago

Brown like Gerrard? Let us compare.

Gerrard can pass, Brown can’t.
Gerrard can score goals, Brown can’t.
Brown can clip players heals from behind, Gerrard doesn’t.
Gerrard plays in big games, Brown can miss big games (Barca for one) because of red or yellow card accumumulation.
Gerrard can take penalty kicks, (Remember Brows attempt against rangers), Brown can’t.
Similar indeed!

FredCDobbs@hotmail.com
5 years ago
Reply to  yarray

hun alert

5 years ago

Nope. Just truthful!

FredCDobbs@hotmail.com
5 years ago
Reply to  yarray

and a lying cunt

5 years ago

Guess u don’t watch Celtic games.

mike
5 years ago
Reply to  yarray

If you watch them,then you see differntly from me and Brendan,now let me think,who!s opinion will I go with,will it be yours or our 2 mill.plus Manager who kens the game?
Not yours,definitely not yours.

Big Shuggy
5 years ago
Reply to  yarray

who’s this ranger you talk about?

Delbhoy
5 years ago

Is this game no about starting yet . Canny wait

Half_Fool
5 years ago

Caption:

The Sevconians don’t seem so hard, now that they have to step up a level.

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