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19 Mar 2017 11:30:28

Celtic XI v Dundee: Gordon, Lustig, Boyata, Simunovic, Tierney; Brown, McGregor, Armstrong; Forrest, Dembele, Sinclair.

Subs: Bailly, Bitton, Griffiths, Gamboa, Roberts, Sviatchenko, Eboue Kouassi

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1.) 19 Mar 2017 11:41:42
Disappointed for kouassi. he should be starting ahead of Mcgregor.


2.) 19 Mar 2017 11:49:44
I think McGregor is a great wee player. No idea why he gets so much stick. I think BR is a better person to judge and he clearly feels he is the better shout so I'm happy to go along with that.


3.) 19 Mar 2017 13:33:29
He gets stick because he is Scottish and not some Nancy fancy foreigner a young homebred boy who loves pulling in the hoops and always gives a decent shift 🍀.

{Ed007's Note - I can never understand the stick McGregor gets either. I'm more than happy for him playing for us on the domestic front.}


4.) 19 Mar 2017 15:33:02
I agree I like young McGregor, he takes the ball at every opportunity, holds it under pressure and looks forward for the pass. He also has an eye for goal. His downside is not the best defensively and strength. Gives more than big Nir for me.


5.) 19 Mar 2017 16:25:05
Pablo p can you explain why Kouassi should be starting before mcgregor?
Mcgregor has came through our youth system then went down south for a very successful loan period. He's came up the road forced his way into the first team squad worked hard scored and made goal including in European qualifiers.
He's played around 5 or 6 different positions this season. Now at a hundred games for our club and has a few winners medals to his name.


6.) 19 Mar 2017 17:24:05
How doest eboue merit a game ahead of mcgregor? Mcgregor is a neat an tidy player for us especially in the domestic front. Good squad player for us.


 

 

12 Mar 2017 11:00:11

Celtic XI v TRIFC: Gordon; Lustig, Sviatchenko, Boyata, Tierney; Brown, Bitton, Armstrong; Forrest, Dembele, Sinclair.

Subs: De Vries, Simunovic, Griffiths, Gamboa, Roberts, McGregor, Eboue Kouassi

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1.) 12 Mar 2017 11:04:33
Can't believe paddy isn't starting, he turned the game for us last week . Hopefully james will prove Brendan correct and he's been on fire in training.


2.) 12 Mar 2017 11:12:01
Quinn1888, Giving Forrest an hour and then bringing on Paddy against tired legs should work a treat.


3.) 12 Mar 2017 11:48:34
What more does Roberts have to do?


4.) 12 Mar 2017 12:13:58
Can't believe after how successful the gaffer has been people are still questioning his starting line up.


5.) 12 Mar 2017 12:47:17
maybe Brendan want's to give more game time to player's committed to staying at Celtic.


6.) 12 Mar 2017 15:59:55
what more does Roberts have to do?
Sign a celtic contract?


7.) 12 Mar 2017 18:27:42
In my opinion digibanger, yes. It's as simple as that.


8.) 13 Mar 2017 12:33:33
Augustus what's the point in signing loan players then? I couldn't care less what Roberts decides to do at end of season. I want to see best team on pitch during season winning.


9.) 13 Mar 2017 18:57:52
Rogers never signed Robert's on loan deila did, hail hail.


10.) 14 Mar 2017 12:57:28
ive still to see forrest beat a man yet.


 

 

05 Mar 2017 11:30:34
Celtic XI v St Mirren: Gordon; Lustig, Boyata, Sviatchenko, Tierney; Brown, Bitton; Armstrong; Mackay-Steven, Dembele, Sinclair.

Subs: De Vries; Simunovic, Griffiths, Gamboa, Roberts, McGregor, Eboue Kouassi.

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1.) 05 Mar 2017 12:54:48
What a bench!


2.) 05 Mar 2017 13:20:33
Eboue sub, smashing. Want to see what the bhoy can bring!

Hoping for a good win against this team today.


3.) 09 Mar 2017 00:07:25
Dembele, Sinclair, Solanke and Rogic that is some attack!


 

 

01 Mar 2017 18:45:12
Celtic XI v ICT: Gordon; Lustig, Sviatchenko, Boyata, Tierney; Brown, Bitton, Armstrong; Mackay-Steven, Dembele, Sinclair.

Subs: De Vries, Toure, Izaguirre, Gamboa, Henderson, Griffiths, McGregor.

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1.) 01 Mar 2017 19:11:53
Time for GMS to show what he's got.


2.) 01 Mar 2017 19:27:47
Just show a bit of heart and grit he's got ability.


3.) 01 Mar 2017 22:00:30
Cannae see him makin it now, am willing him to do well but he's a weak link.


4.) 01 Mar 2017 22:16:19
He had some good movement tonight.
Needs a bit of dig, but he's getting game time now maybe he can kick on.


 

 

25 Feb 2017 14:00:09

Celtic XI v Hamilton: Gordon, Gamboa, Sviatchenko, Boyata, Tierney; Brown, Bitton, Armstrong; Forrest, Dembele, Sinclair.

Subs: De Vries, Toure, Izaguirre, Griffiths, Mackay-Steven, McGregor, Henderson.

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28 Feb 2017 05:54:17
{Ed's Note - We have posted a new article entitled, World's Best Left Backs?

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07 Feb 2017 11:03:53
Right lads, we all know how proud we are as supporters and as a Club of our charitable ways but please take two minutes of your day to go on the Liverpool 'Other Posts' and read Ed001's post and please feel free to share it far and wide.
BTW we're not asking you for money or that unless you feel the need to donate, it's just just how a club the size of Liverpool treat their support.

Ed007

1.) 07 Feb 2017 12:23:16
That makes for uncomfortable reading. FSG should hang their heads in shame.

Please put up a link to the funding page (if it exists, if not it might be a good idea to start one if someone knows how? ) .

Mental health issues are reaching epidemic levels. It is reassuring that recent steps have been taken at Government level to address the shortfall in services, but it is only the first steps.

I have experience of illnesses such as depression through work and on a personal level, and would not wish it on my enemy. I have seen firsthand how it dismantles lives and families and it is heartbreaking.

Corporations such as FSG should be leading by example. Like others running our clubs they have shown as massive disconnect with the support. Worse still they have shown a lack of human decency and have put the bottom line before common values. For goodness sake we are talking about a football shirt or a ball! Something they could take from the club shop and ask the players to sign at training and cover the small postage fee.

Reading the comments you couldn't help but feel sorry for their brilliant supporter's who have dealt with so much in recent years. They are disgusted but should in no way feel "ashamed to be associated to the club" as their Ed stated. I can tell they are angry but this is in no way a reflection of them.

I wish the charities well in their endeavours.

{Ed001's Note - it is sickening mate. Added on top of them allowing the S*n back into Anfield, it is difficult times to follow Liverpool. The link to the donation page is here: justgiving page thank you if you do donate, but could you leave a message to say where you saw it as she wants to thank everyone. This is her first attempt to do anything like this and it is really helping her deal with her grief, I think, and thanking people is something she really wants to do.}


2.) 07 Feb 2017 12:19:49
read it, pretty shocking - they employ whole departments to deal with their charitable face - and what do these employees do - get paid to write refusal letters.

I have a mate to works for a charity - he emailed celtic and rangers. Only rangers replied. He wanted people inside with collecting tins.

Ibrox said come along - only stipulation is that you bring 20 people to make it worth your while.

So he asked me to go help and I obliged.

We met at 2.15 at matchday at door whatever, they took inside and gave us a quick H&S briefing. then we were put into position next the burger places etc.

I slag em to death - but to a man woman and child - everyone stopped and dropped some change into my bucket.

I also tried to do a Testicular Cancer Awareness thing at Celtic Park 3 years ago - still waiting for Jules Walsh to get back to me.

{Ed007's Note - Well TRIFC replied to Ed001's friend with a signed, top, ball and picture which blows Phil's fantasy exclusive today about them charging for them.}


3.) 07 Feb 2017 12:23:16
That makes for uncomfortable reading. FSG should hang their heads in shame.

Please put up a link to the funding page (if it exists, if not it might be a good idea to start one if someone knows how? ) .

Mental health issues are reaching epidemic levels. It is reassuring that recent steps have been taken at Government level to address the shortfall in services, but it is only the first steps.

I have experience of illnesses such as depression through work and on a personal level, and would not wish it on my enemy. I have seen firsthand how it dismantles lives and families and it is heartbreaking.

Corporations such as FSG should be leading by example. Like others running our clubs they have shown as massive disconnect with the support. Worse still they have shown a lack of human decency and have put the bottom line before common values. For goodness sake we are talking about a football shirt or a ball! Something they could take from the club shop and ask the players to sign at training and cover the small postage fee.

Reading the comments you couldn't help but feel sorry for their brilliant supporter's who have dealt with so much in recent years. They are disgusted but should in no way feel "ashamed to be associated to the club" as their Ed stated. I can tell they are angry but this is in no way a reflection of them.

I wish the charities well in their endeavours.

{Ed007's Note - There's nobody that hasn't been affected with mental health problems whether it's yourself or a friend or a family member. The girl has started a funding page:

justgiving page

Remember nobody's under any obligation or pressure to donate and only give what you can afford.
And remember, if you're out there struggling, no matter how bad things feel or look to you there's people out there who care and can help you. The hardest thing is taking that first step and admit you need help, talk to your GP, talk to your brother, shit you can even message me if you need to get things off your chest and it will all be private. There's absolutely no shame in it and there is plenty of help out there.}


4.) 07 Feb 2017 15:27:03
the sun allowed back into anfield ed001? that's a disgrace, there should be a fans boycott until they are shown the door again, along with with no one buying merchandise from the club shops.

{Ed001's Note - there is a march by Shun The S*n due to take place soon. That is only going to be the start of the problems if the powers that be at Liverpool do not start listening to the fans. There are so many simple little things they could do to get the fans onside, but they continue to belligerently butt heads against them. As has been shown time and time again, owners never win against the fans. They simply can't because without the fans they own nothing.}


5.) 07 Feb 2017 16:13:04
ED001/ ED007 read the post by Michelle and saw the "public relations" letter what a cold reply.
I have made a small donation and will try to give more when funds allow.
@bighandforjeremybeadle, head up mate and hope things are better for you, looking forward to your Cheltenham tips also hail hail.

{Ed007's Note - As always, Timbo, you are a true gentleman.}


6.) 07 Feb 2017 16:32:30
i can't believe that they would ever let they sewer rats THE SCUM anywhere near anfield after what they had "IMPLIED" happened at hillsborough its a disgusting kick in the teeth to the poor already heartbroken families of the 96, maybe it will need to take something like kenny dalglish resigning his ambassador role to make FSG sit up and take notice of how disgusting this is, believe me ed001 fans protest groups do make a difference i was part of the celts for change movement in the 90s who removed the old inept board at celtic, if there's no fans in the ground or in the club shops they will soon get the message what the fans want, im proud of the part the celtic fans have always played in supporting justice for the 96 they will never walk alone.

{Ed001's Note - I am in full agreement with you mate. Thank you. I really hope FSG will get the message, but they seem to think they are being hard done to because they are foreign, rather than bothering to look at the actual issues. If they continue to just dismiss fan concerns the way they are, it is just going to get worse.}


7.) 07 Feb 2017 19:58:44
Global branding, big business models, prawn sandwiches,

It's sad to see fans being fleeced day in day out and then slapped in the face.


8.) 07 Feb 2017 20:06:48
Just read ed001s post can't quite believe he's talking about Liverpool. appalling state of affairs they should be ashamed.


9.) 07 Feb 2017 21:57:19
All good these days lads but thanks for the sentiment. Back to the original post and comments.

I am shocked and appalled that Liverpool let The Sun back in to Anfield. That rag makes me sick. Whether it be Hillsborough, their "Irish Bastards", their call to hang the Birmingham Six, phone hacking or the many other scandals.

We had a family shop when I was a teenager and we stopped selling it. They are the lowest of the low. I would even check the date on the paper twice if I read it to make sure it was true.

Thank you for posting the link Ed. I will share it among my familyou, friends and colleagues and ask them to help.

Tim cheers for the message mate. I am actually going to be at Cheltenham this year but I will still check in and hopefully we can sort a few winners out.


10.) 08 Feb 2017 03:37:35
Chelle asked me to thank you all and post this for her:

Hi Guys,
First of all I would like to thank each and everyone of you for all your kindness and support and the amazing donations. I personally can't thank you enough. My uncle was the foundation of our family and touched so many lives, some from the brink of suicide. I have had so many wonderful messages from people greatful for James coming into there lives when he did, we had no ideas just how many, he was a very humble man, I just wish there was many more of him about who would actually put others before themselves. I wanted to turn his passing into something positive by carrying on his legacy to help others, and without the kindness of people like YOU it wouldn't be possible. So from my heart to yours a very big THANKYOU. No one is ever alone so please reach out if you ever need the help and never feel ashamed
Love Chelle x
@lulabellechelle (twitter) feel free to say hello or message any time.


 

 

Manchester City Premier League season so far

04 Oct 2016 10:36:41
{Ed's Note - We have posted a new article entitled, Manchester City Premier League season so far

Ed007

1.) 04 Oct 2016 12:20:16
Haha that's brilliant, I love the comment about celtic ripping them apart for 60 mins.

Funny tho that there top of the league and still not happy, wait that sounds familiar!

HH.


2.) 05 Oct 2016 16:39:03
What comment and by who.


 

 

20 Aug 2016 18:53:39
The Celtic FC crest was projected onto a building last night in Ramallah, occupied Palestine.

CRESTRAMALLAH

Ed007

1.) 20 Aug 2016 19:07:51
i saw that maself Ed, I really hope the club backs the supporters stance on this.

{Ed007's Note - It's very humbling when you think of the conditions they're living in and to risk doing something like that.}


2.) 20 Aug 2016 19:09:15
WOW ED do we have any idea as to how / who put that up, we would not like UEFA to see it. They might want to ask a few questions.

#ProudtobeaCelt.

{Ed007's Note - I guess it was Palestinian people to show their gratitude for the support.}


3.) 20 Aug 2016 19:13:16
Great to see. I was reading some comments from Hamas leaders earlier regarding our fans. In no way innocent people, but fighting against oppression none the less, and what option do they have. I was willing to let this whole thing at CP go the way that was written, without a personal involvement, but since the 'punishment' from UEFA, my anarchist side has cone right out, and I would love the club to put UEFA on a pedestal now and explain where (or who) their directive is from. This situation is something I have followed for several years. The major questions are much more deep than why Palestinian flags were at Parkhead. Whilst my head says these displays will be in vain, what Palestine needs is a raising of awareness, and the bhoys have done that. HH.


4.) 20 Aug 2016 19:58:04
I was wondering how I could make a personnal involvement and thought of covering my naked body painted as a Palestinian flag but then I thought that would frighten everyone out of the stadium . UEFA will punish Celtic, not because the club or fans did wrong, but because UEFA can punish Celtic and based on everything that has happened in the past Celtic will accept the punishment.


5.) 20 Aug 2016 22:12:56
I honestly don't know enough to make a comment, but noticed some Liverpool supporters have come out I. Support too.


6.) 20 Aug 2016 22:21:38
It's absolute humbling ed coming from the Palestinian people themselves makes it an extra special tribute to our fans.


7.) 20 Aug 2016 20:30:01
Seen this earlier too, makes me feel proud as punch. What have the people saying what difference will it make to the people of Palestine saying now? For me any fine we get will be worth it after seeing that. It must've been uplifting for them to see that display on Wednesday.


8.) 20 Aug 2016 20:40:46
Old bhoy is 100% correct unfortunately.


9.) 20 Aug 2016 21:12:54
That is absolutely too class. Very humbling indeed.


10.) 20 Aug 2016 22:12:56
I honestly don't know enough to make a comment, but noticed some Liverpool supporters have come out I. Support too.


11.) 20 Aug 2016 22:21:38
It's absolute humbling ed coming from the Palestinian people themselves makes it an extra special tribute to our fans.


12.) 20 Aug 2016 23:08:58
Good to see that Celtic stands for more than football and actually takes a stance on issues regarding issues that are affecting people who are suffering at this very moment. And in front of the beady eye of the national press who choose to pick out the actions of a few people who decide to show empathy to people in a horrible situation Hail Hail.


13.) 20 Aug 2016 23:17:15
Ed I tried to post earlier, don't know what happened but the jist was a feel proud to be a celtic fan after the display on Wednesday and what have the what difference will it make brigade got to say now that the Palestinians have shown such gratitude. Any fine we get is worth it.

{Ed007's Note - I had a bit of an issue with my lappy and I think I froze/crashed the site... OOOPPS (giggle)


14.) 20 Aug 2016 23:24:58
I have to admit that I was one of the posters who was against flying the flags but now that I have done some research combined with the biased arrogance of uefa, I hope that our board advises our lawyers to take them to task over any sanctions. We will probably lose the case but we should at least let them know that we won't take their sh1t without a fight.


15.) 20 Aug 2016 23:37:06
I am glad to see that the support for Palestine has raised some awareness and provided support for the people involved in the conflict within their own land. I wasn't for a mass display at the game on Wednesday but felt what was done was right by showing support then focusing on the game with the Rodgers display. Just goes to show what a great club we support. Hail hail and here's to a historic season in which we deliver the results and stand up for all we believe in despite the media trying to spin it as offensive or inflammatory.


16.) 20 Aug 2016 23:52:09
Well done arrowh good to see some people on here doing a bit of research and realising that wots happening in the middle east is more important than a few grand fine for a business that'll have no trouble paying it.


17.) 21 Aug 2016 00:16:16
Here ed a hope that crash was nothing to do with the porn sites u visit! 😀.

{Ed007's Note - When you're as long in the tooth as me and been round the block as much as I have you don't need porn, I'd rather play my PS4.}


18.) 21 Aug 2016 00:56:34
Celtic are an easy touch and have been targeted by Uefa as a steady source of income season after season.
I am not saying we are totally blameless, every single time, but the club never defends the support or quotes similar comparable incidents by other big clubs, so as to highlight a precedent.
Not so long ago our fans were receiving plaudits and awards from Uefa and Fifa and many of our European opponents welcome Celtic fans with open arms and form close, longstanding liaisons with Celtic.
The fact that our own association very rarely backs or indeed acknowledges us could also be a factor in our victimization.

{Ed007's Note - It's not much of an income to them, the fines are all paltry amounts, I think the most was 42,000 Euros but most are around the 13-16k mark. All UEFA have ever done is give us a rap on the knuckles for being a bit naughty and I'd hazard a guess they were hoping for the same here. Talk of stands being closed is ridiculous scare-mongering and stirring by the press and the warped sections of the TRIFC support who would basically eat raw dog shit if Celtic fans said that it was disgusting to do it. They sit and see what Celtic fans are doing and just do the opposite without even thinking about it.}


19.) 21 Aug 2016 01:07:48
Sadness must come with old age. Uhh what a shame.

{Ed007's Note - Now you're pushing it lol


20.) 21 Aug 2016 02:59:09
Haha no offense old fella. Keep up the good fight. 🇸🇩🍀🇮🇪.


21.) 21 Aug 2016 09:51:29
Guys I know this is a football forum but if you would like to look at this.

Robo-Sniper machines to Protect Israeli Borders
goo.gl/QTEsXc


22.) 21 Aug 2016 18:57:38
Aye Ed, porn sites. My mate was having a wee cuddle with his missus the other night and he just suddenly stopped and did not move or speak. She asked if something was wrong and he said, " keep quiet, I saw this on pornhub, it's called buffering! "

{Ed007's Note - (facepalm)


23.) 21 Aug 2016 12:44:25
@cprs1 - looks like something you would get out of a care package on COD! Can't be legal to deploy them in International law? There's protecting your citizens and then there's taking the piss.


 

 

09 May 2016 15:15:04
Jungle Bhoy, I've replied to your e-mail and just want to make sure you get it after we've had some go missing before.

HH.

Ed007

1.) 09 May 2016 22:02:52
Got it mate. Reply soon.

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15 Mar 2016 19:09:43
I don't know why my reply didn't come up there. Anyway, I think the idiot should keep his mouth shut and keep his nose out of things that has nothing to do with him.
How would he have liked it if Jose Mourinho had came out and said he wanted the Man Utd job during his disastrous spell there? I knew he had no class but this is a new low even for him.
He basically said the club would need to give him substantial money to spend so for once I applaud Peter Lawwell for his frugal approach - anything that keeps that clown Moyes away from CFC has to be a good thing.

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11 Mar 2015 14:25:34
William Troost-Ekong's contract with FC Groningen runs until 30-06-217 and he is currently on loan to FC Dordrecht until this summer. He only left Spurs for FC Groningen in the summer of 2013 signing a 4-year-deal. He played 2 games for them before joining FC Dordrecht on loan in January 2014 until the end of the 2013/14 season then last summer he was sent back to FC Dordrecht on loan for the entire 2014/15 season.
That's why the name of the source website is filtered out, Tony, they just make up stories to attract hits without checking their facts, hit-whoring. If they can't get his contract details right what chance do you think their rumours are true?

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My mistake, McGregor has a throat infection/tonsillitis.

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18 Mar 2016 20:38:38
Timalloy has had a bereavement in his family and is taking a break from the sites and the gambling.}

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22 Apr 2015 19:46:58
Amateur Horticulturist that seems to be working fine now so try resending that last post again. Any more problems and just give us a shout.

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This story with Guidetti is nonsense. Marseilles are in no position to pay that kind of money.

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Here you go, and thanks to Deep River Bhoy and Kev T for the information they sent in.

2000-01
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IN:

Chris Sutton £6,000,000
Joos Valgaeren £3,800,000
Alan Thompson £2,750,000
Didier Agathe £ 50,000
Rab Douglas £1,200,000
Neil Lennon £5,750,000
Ramon Vega Loan
Troy Douglin Loan


OUT:

Mark Viduka £6,000,000
Vidar Riseth £ 975,000
Rafael Scheidt Loan
Mark Burchill Loan
Paul Shields Loan
Eyal Berkovic Loan
Brian McColligan Loan
Barry John Corr Loan
Liam Keogh Loan
Marc Rieper Released


2001-02
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IN:

John Hartson £6,000,000
Dianbobo Balde Free
Momo Sylla £ 400,000
Steve Guppy £ 700,000


OUT:

Alan Stubbs Free
Tommy Johnson Free
Stephane Mahe Free
Mark Burchil £1,000,000
Eyal Berkovic £1,500,000


2002-03
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IN:
Magnus Hedman £1,000,000
Ulrik Laursen £1,500,000
David Fenandez £1,000,000


OUT:

Dimitri Kharine Free Transfer
Olivier Tébily £ 700,000


2003-04
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IN:

Michael Gray Loan
Stephen Pearson £ 400,000


OUT:

David Fernández Loan
Bobby Petta Loan
Steve Guppy Free
Stephen Crainey £1,300,000


2004-2005
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IN:

Jacob Lensky Bosman
Henri Camara Loan
Juninho Bosman
Kjartan Finnbogason Undisclosed
Teddy Bjarnason Undisclosed
Stéphane Henchoz Bosman
Craig Bellamy Loan


OUT:

Henrik Larsson Bosman
Liam Miller Bosman
Jamie Smith Bosman
Bobby Petta Released
Kevin McBride Undisclosed
Juninho Bosman

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JB I spoke to Jeanette and passed on your thanks, she also said:

'We are not there yet but I hope it makes a wee difference for some people right away.'

It's not as if you didn't do your bit to help, JB. (clap)

Ed007