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Where from: Dundee


Favourite player: Ronaldinho


Best team moment: Henrik Larsson Scoring that amazing goal VS Valencia to make the tie even. Shame we lost the tie on pens!!


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22 Apr 2017 13:03:28
Hearing some Celtic officials are in Holland to try and get a deal done with Heerenveen for Jerry St. Juste. Just something I've heard so thought I'd share it. HH.


1.) 22 Apr 2017 13:41:53
Seen him a couple of times last season and looked impressive not seen any of his games this season tho. Has anybody seen him play lately?


2.) 22 Apr 2017 13:55:37
If I'm honest I've never seen him play, but based on info online and thru people who have seen him play he is a young defender with a lot of potential.


3.) 22 Apr 2017 17:10:13
Having never seen this guy play looked him up and watched a youtube video (yes I know) he looks a bit small and I would say a little rash but has good pace while watching that I checked his teammate Sam Larsson who looked pretty good as well but again youtube videos can make most players look good but he seemed to have a good turn of pace and vision can score a free kick as well.


4.) 22 Apr 2017 19:46:49
In my opinion he is about the same class as Eric sviatchenko which ain't good enough for champion league.


 

 

30 Jan 2017 17:11:07
Surly Not! Dembele to Chelsea? I'm hearing 35mil and Michy Batshuayi on loan for 6months? I would be sick to see this guy leave after only 6 months!


1.) 30 Jan 2017 17:33:45
40m they're now saying.


2.) 30 Jan 2017 17:28:32
Can we not just let them have Gordon if they promise to leave Moussa alone?


3.) 30 Jan 2017 18:07:56
If true, and followed up, its going to be massive test of resolve for player and club. Im not sure anyone expects, though im sure we hope, moussa is a lifer its just a matter of timing and best value. mind ed being surprised we secured a player of such promise and he doesn't appear to have not enhanced on it. 40m could be a means to provide something special so going by recent success we will expect 10 moussa's to be sourced with maybe a cheeky gordon n pocket the change for the future if the club.


 

 

31 Aug 2016 10:34:05
The rumour doing the rounds this morning here in sunny Dundee is that Gary Mackay-Steven will make a loan move to DUFC by the midnight deadline. Shame as I really liked him as player and felt he would of did well under Rodgers. Always felt Ronny Delia restricted him as a player as when at DUFC his skills were top class. As I can recall that seemed to disappear after joining Celtic.


1.) 31 Aug 2016 11:29:09
He turned it down yesterday said he wanted to stay and fight for his place.


2.) 31 Aug 2016 17:08:37
His problem at Celtic was the same at united, not consistent enough n doesn't always deliver in the bigger games. I like him as a player, n Rd gave him game time and he had some really good games n scored here n there but couldn't maintain the form. I do believe he is a confidence player n maybe the step up to Celtic surprised him. He has skill, pace n can score a goal, if he can do it on a more regular place we have a player n I'd be glad 4 him to get game time n come back with games under his belt n a bit more belief or confidence that he can play at that higher level, I don't mean in the league I mean from united to Celtic, that's a bit step up n there have been many who couldn't make, including from our own youth.
Like a few others, Henderson, nesbit etc I'd like to see them loaned out if they aren't going to get say at least 10 starts n however many appearances from the bench, you can't beat playing week in and week out and I would like to see us for now and in the future having a nucleus of Scottish players, it's something Rd liked to do and I think if brendan can get the right players in, or just in form it would be great to see us build on thst Scottish element.
It gives the youth something to aim for and for too long Celtic haven't brought through our own youth n even bought n played enough young Scottish players.
We produced Kieran Tierney and there are others there who are and will be good enough.
Hail hail.


 

 

07 Aug 2016 12:34:07
Leo Fasan rumoured to be off to Motherwell? If that's the case surly a keeper due in by today?


1.) 07 Aug 2016 13:39:34
Loan or permanent deal?


2.) 07 Aug 2016 15:01:16
He's on the bench today mate.


3.) 07 Aug 2016 15:03:59
He is on the bench today but if we get another GK in the next few days he is going out on loan.


4.) 07 Aug 2016 16:23:53
I'd be really happy with that! Gordon is getting on so Fasan could be back up for new GK in a years time and getting him some prop 1st team playing time can only help.


5.) 07 Aug 2016 17:22:39
Lot a spurs fans saying they'll happily drop vorm off in glasgow lol.


6.) 07 Aug 2016 20:59:05
Hes had a couple of clangers for Spurs but is in and out team never given a run of games which is essential for any GK! Was great for Swansea, reckon he'd be great for us and current form could see us getting him cut price.


7.) 07 Aug 2016 14:07:01
I heard it was a season long loan, didn't know the team involved.


 

 

26 May 2016 13:14:55
Linked with Danny Graham this morning? Who ever has made that rumour up must of been on the drink major last night! I'd rather go with our youth forwards rather than buy another absolute diddy!


 

 

 

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17 Apr 2017 14:40:11
When are Referees going to start getting interviewed after the game to explain the certain decisions made in games? Are we just meant to accept it was a mistake and move on? I can understand maybe just MAYBE the Jamie Walker decision at the start of the season as the little fool made it look like a penalty in real time. But that decision yesterday was the worst penalty decision I've seen in 30 years of watching the game. It was that bad a decision it actually made it on the TV screens in North Korea 🙄! Joking aside tho it's time referees start explaining certain decisions made after the game. Dembele has had a couple this season which I won't ever accept even playing for the club I support and I'm sure Brendan has had a word in his ear regarding this. That penalty decision didn't just cheat us, it cheated all the clubs fighting relegation. Hopeflly the little scum bag gets a lengthy ban. And as for the Brown tackle, it was a yellow and nothing more. No studs were shown but it was mistimed. If that was a red in my local junior league I play in each team would finish with 7 men each! It is a mans game after all! HH.

{Ed007's Note - To be honest at the time I was raging with Broony but the more I seen it the more I felt it only warranted a yellow card but the ref seemed to be swayed by the County players reaction.}


1.) 17 Apr 2017 14:51:08
He was certainly swayed ed, he was going for yellow until all the pushing started. This was the same ref (I'm pretty sure) who only gave a yellow for a horror tackle on young Tierney earlier in the season vs Murderwell.

{Ed007's Note - Yeah it's the same ref.}


2.) 17 Apr 2017 15:18:59
We need to start a campaign to get a TMO in Scottish football, like rugby. There's a few different ways rules could be implemented for it to work; tennis gives each player 3 challenges per game, rugby the ref asks for help if he's not 100%.

Either way - I'm sure I'm not alone in being fed up arguing with Newco fans about referees every other weekend.


3.) 17 Apr 2017 15:03:34
Sometimes I feel for the refs when players dive as it just makes their job more difficult but there is absolutely no excuse for yesterday's penalty decision, none whatsoever. Brown's, at the time, I thought was very reckless because of the speed he dived in and it was pretty clear that he'd lost the head and went for the man and not the ball. Whether or not it warranted a red card I don't know. I know he was frustrated but the league's won and there are important games coming up you'd expect better from your captain.


4.) 17 Apr 2017 15:54:48
I can never understand why referees are such a protected species. I'm not sure about the ruling in Scotland, but in England a manager is forced to speak to the press after a match and explain his teams performance, yet if he criticises a referee he is fined by the FA regardless of the accuracy in what he said.
If yesterdays referee is convinced he made the right call, then why would he object to explaining it in public, if he admitted that he'd got the decision wrong then he would take a lot of the heat out of things by admitting his error.
Referees are as entitled as anyone else to make a mistake, everybody does, but they should have to explain the reason behind certain decisions in the same way that managers have to explain team selections, both affect players livelihoods.
Decisions at this time of year can have a major impact on clubs, players, and fans, it's not asking too much for these decisions to be explained.


5.) 17 Apr 2017 16:58:41
Thought I read that the ref had apologised to Brendan for making a mistake.


6.) 17 Apr 2017 18:48:43
Broonies tackle was reckless but influenced by penalty decision. Any other club and any other time it's a yellow.


7.) 17 Apr 2017 19:30:55
Were any players booked for the pushing by the way? Or was the red all that was on the Don's mind? I know Jozo hoyed somebody down but there was a mele of County players in there as well.


8.) 17 Apr 2017 21:25:52
Brown's tackle was disgusting. He went out his way to hurt Boyce.


9.) 17 Apr 2017 22:42:42
Did you say that cee when kenny Miller did a two footed lunge, studs showing! No where near a ball? I think not mate.


10.) 18 Apr 2017 00:34:23
ive been tackled harder by a wee old woman with her shopping trolley in asda, my thoughts on the headless chicken brown on here are well known, but it was a total overreaction to an admittedly hard tackle but nothing over the top of the ball, studs up or two footed about it.


 

 

10 Apr 2017 13:58:00
Are they clowns down south obsessed with Celtic? Every time I have a browse on the good old internet there is always a clown going on about how Celtic wouldn't last a season in there wonderful amazing top notch league! It's pathetic, I wonder if Ajax, PSV and Feyenoord of Holland and Anderlecht, Standard Liege and Gent/ Genk of Belgium get this rubbish from the German Bunesliga with there countries being so close? Clowns!

{Ed001's Note - how often have any of those other teams tried to join the English leagues? I think you will find never, so why would anyone mention that? The point is that Celtic repeatedly and continually make overtures towards joining the English leagues, so you get people wondering how they would get on if they did so. If you are going to label people clowns for being obsessed with Celtic, would that make Celtic as a whole a bunch of clowns for their obsession with joining the English leagues?}


1.) 10 Apr 2017 14:19:19
Ed he mentioned those other teams in terms of the Bundesliga, not the English leagues.

{Ed001's Note - I meant to say the Bundesliga, it was just an error on my part, apologies. Still a moronic post.}


2.) 10 Apr 2017 14:54:31
It's all just speculation and opinion though as we aren't in that league with the financial clout that goes with it. But if you go on air and say " yeah they would probably finish mid table or thereabout" no one would care. The ones who come out and say "they would plummet to league 1 because they are crap" know it will draw more attention whether it's true or not. I think most people being objective would agree we would be able to compete if we woke up tomorrow in the EPL.


3.) 10 Apr 2017 14:40:16
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{Ed001's Note - ooops.....}


4.) 10 Apr 2017 15:08:55
The English show the same arrogance to everything.
Their fans chant about the second world war and how they won it, they're too thick to realise that Scots and Welsh people fought against Fascism as well, they also seem to forget that the war was only won because America entered the conflict, Europe would probably have been defeated otherwise.
They show exactly the same arrogance regarding football, they forever tell us that theirs is the best league in the world without the slightest evidence to back it up. Arsenal lost 10-2 to Bayern Munich, and big spending Man City lost to a small French side, after having all that money to spend and seeing the result of it, I think it does make these clubs look like clowns.
I personally couldn't care less about Celtic playing in England, but I don't get how the arguments against Celtic joining the English Leagues don't seem to apply to Welsh clubs, after all they have their own FA, they have their own league, and their league gives them a route into the Champions league, how does this differ from Scotland, yet Welsh clubs have been able to opt out of their own league and play in the English leagues.
I wish some of the so called experts in England would explain why, if such Football giants such as Bournemouth, Watford, and Crystal Palace can survive in the Premier league, then why a club of our size and appeal couldn't.

{Ed001's Note - not getting to get into your false claims about WW2, though the war was won because of Russia, not the USA. However, the reason Wales is different is simple, they never had their own league system until after their teams had been playing as part of the English leagues for a long time. None of their teams had their own league, which (if you want to talk about arrogance that defo applies in this case to Celtic) they then decided they were 'too big' for, so wanted to join a 'bigger' league.}


5.) 10 Apr 2017 16:22:16
The "Celtic in the Premier League" chat is pretty pointless because there's no real desire to make it happen from anybody who matters enough. Personally I think the current team would be good enough to survive and with a few seasons of that sort of money would be able to establish ourselves as a top 10 team pushing for Europe. My basis for this is that I don't think we would have lost guys like VVD, Forster and Wanyama to Southampton, who have finished 9th and 6th the past 2 seasons, if we could have offered them the same league exposure. Another example is Arnautovic who chose Stoke over Celtic because he wanted to play in the Premier League. Would he have chosen Stoke over us if we were in the same league? I doubt it, and he went on to hit double figures last season so we could definitely attract good players and do well. The folk who dismiss us as certainties for relegation display ignorance but the folk who see us as top 4 or 6 after a couple of seasons are also kidding themselves on.


6.) 10 Apr 2017 20:04:32
We all know the EPL is the most overhyped league on the planet. It avails itself of the best marketing job money can buy. I personally think the quality has been getting steadily poorer for the last 5+ seasons. The majority of world class players are now playing in Spain, or at Bayern Munich.

When player's like John Stones go for £47.5m then it tells you all you need to know about the detachment from reality. He couldn't defend a fart with a naked flame but good luck to him though.

The people running the league are doing something right as the investment they attract is astounding, given the quality on offer. I wouldn't go out of my way to watch it but then again many will say that about us and our league.

I honestly couldn't care less about joining it. I really don't see it happening anyway as there are so many obstacles.


7.) 10 Apr 2017 19:40:14
on the 25th may it will be the 50th anniversary of how we showed england and the rest of the world how to win the european cup by playing a brand of attacking football the world had never seen before, while the so called big english teams sat back and marvelled at our style, who cares if the epl don't want us? we know the size of our club, if we played in the epl we would need to add another 20,000 seats to cope with the demand.


8.) 11 Apr 2017 13:03:42
Glasgow Celtic champions of Scotland

Let's keep it that way HH.


9.) 11 Apr 2017 21:52:30
Got to agree with you James, the demand for tickets would be fierce. A redeveloped South Stand would up the capacity to over 75,000 and every seat would be sold for every home game.
The EPL is the most overhyped league in the world. Sky and BT went nuts to secure the rights to what is normally piss poor football. I can't remember the last time I seen a really decent game.
I think we need to look beyond England. A couple of European leagues look to be the next step that teams like Celtic could hope for. There's no way we are getting straight to any big league with your Real Madrids or Man Uniteds but a secondary league could be within our capabilities. TV could dictate who gets a place in these superleagues.


10.) 12 Apr 2017 22:59:03
Apparently Celtic would be relegated from the national league if they played in England. Opinions like that make me wish we did play in England just to prove a point. I think the real reason Celtic will never get that opportunity is because the English are scared of Celtic's potential. It would be criminal if a Scottish team won the overhyped English Premiership. I personally think Celtic would be mid to low table with the current squad. But could you imagine the possibilities if Celtic got the Sky money, Kit and sponsorship deals as well as stadium naming rights as the big 4 get. Throw in the revenue with their kind of ticket prices too and we become one of the financial top 4 in the space of a few years.

{Ed007's Note - What we need is Dermot to get 4 of his cronies to stump up £20 million a year along with him and we're jamming!}


 

 

04 Apr 2017 06:58:03
I see ManUtd are hunting Kieran Tierney, well according to every paper in Scotland! He is the one of the best young LB's in Europe at the moment and I feel if the money was astronomical it would be hard to turn down. What would people feel on here feel about Luke Shaw plus £££ for Tierney (if the young man wanted a move which I doubt) . When I first seen Shaw playing For Southampton I was very impressed. Luke Shaw isn't the first young talent Mourinho had ruined, De Bruyne and Lukaku ring any bells? And Shaw certainly won't be the last he ruins also! As long long as we replace players sold with quality then I'm happy, would be sick to see Tierney sold and someone mediocre brought in. HH.


1.) 04 Apr 2017 09:16:59
If he wanted to go and the money was silly, Sead Kolasinac on a free and put the rest of the money into another dept. I want KT at Celtic for life though. It'll be hard to replace him. The fact his blood runs green is a bonus.


2.) 04 Apr 2017 10:16:50
Mourinho ruined Lukaku? He let him leave Chelsea to get regular first team football and because of that he's now one of the best strikers in Europe. If Luke Shaw isn't putting in the effort then Mourinho has every right to criticise him.


3.) 04 Apr 2017 11:21:51
im sick to the back teeth with all this celtic are crap from our friends down south, we would be pushing for a top six place with this squad, never mind what we would do with a squad assembled with the money that would be given to us by the tv companies down there, if welsh teams can play in the epl so can we.


4.) 04 Apr 2017 14:03:30
Luke shaw can't play 90mins at a high tempo and to be at a big club at Man Utd and not be prepared to work hard in training is unforgivable wouldn't touch with a barge pole KT will be here for a couple of seasons yet.


5.) 04 Apr 2017 14:04:35
welsh teams wouldn't have a chance to win it though james bud, with the dosh available and all the better players saying celtic park has the best atmosphere etc we would have a chance after a good few yrs, got a few english mates that ridicule me when i said the same, so far up their own arse when you talk about the EPL that they won't entertain the thought.

is it the best league in the world, not for me, ruined by greed, look at raneri, would have thought given what he achieved last season that even if they went down he should've got chance to bring them back up. dosh dictates down there pal, i can't stand it tbh,


6.) 04 Apr 2017 14:18:14
The constant criticism and ridicule of Scottish football means that credit and recognition for achievements gained and honours won will always be belittled. However it also helps to devalue our players in comparison to prices paid by English clubs for similar players in other countries.
We may have a poor standard, but players like Tierney, Dembele, Armstrong, Sinclair and a good few others could hold their own in any league as well as Europe and international football and although I never want our best players to go - we should make sure there is a very substantial price tag and sell-on clause in any future deals.


7.) 04 Apr 2017 16:44:54
Shaw was criticised for being too lazy and not putting in the work before mourinho was even at man utd. Shaw would demand silly money and in my opinion we can get better for the price.


8.) 04 Apr 2017 18:27:42
I've been saying for years that the big teams will leave for a European Super League and the rest will demand both us and Sevco to fill the void or they will suffer attendance wise. I think it will probably be Sly that will have the final decision.

How you doing anyway Ed? Hope you're keeping well?

{Ed007's Note - Hi mate, nice to hear from you. I'm good thanks, just plodding along the same as everybody else, how are you doing?}


9.) 04 Apr 2017 20:33:42
I'll email you mate. All good though.

{Ed007's Note - Ok.}


10.) 04 Apr 2017 23:20:26
Don't blame Mourinho, Luke Shaw is vastly overrated, Kieran is worth twice what Shaw is worth,

{Ed007's Note - Shaw came back from a World Cup to join up with Utd after signing not fit enough to train with the first team. He's wasting his career and deserves ZERO sympathy.}


11.) 04 Apr 2017 23:22:59
The attitude south of the border with respect to the EPL and football reflects their Rule Britainnia attitude to current world politics. If arrogance and ignorance was a international sport the English would be feckn world champions.

They get right on my anus. I hope Brexit fecks up their future recruitment of foreign players and their league degenerates to reflect the rank pish that is the English national team. With English Eds and the truth being the first casualty of political-correctness i don't expect this post to be posted by the postman! ☘️.


 

 

02 Apr 2017 22:18:29
What is it recently with they clowns down south always trying to stick the boot into the Scottish game? When are they obnoxious ignorant irrelevant morons going to realise that there opinion means hee haw up here! There obsessed with talking about how our game is trash and there's is god tier 😂😂! God tier? Every time I watch the Champions League all I see is there so called big teams getting embarrassed and all that after spending 100's of millions on overrated dross! All the best players in the world play in Spain and Germany. For all there talk and all there money they don't even have first or even second best league in the world! We will continue to dominate Scottish football for years to come wether people like it or not, we will also continue to be one of the biggest clubs in world football like it or not! HH.


1.) 02 Apr 2017 23:50:03
they are that busy concentrating on beating each other they are losing Europe and beyond.
sevco when they actually existed as a football team were the same. They overspent on big names to beat local teams but really did nothing in Europe
The EPL is good but take away the big money foreigners, and they are just ok.


2.) 03 Apr 2017 12:45:16
Can't stand the EPL the dross game they make out to be classics and the great games are really just average. Does anyone think the money ball will eventually burst down there? Or is it just wishful thinking.


3.) 03 Apr 2017 18:13:47
Campsie bhoy. It will burst becsuse of Brexit. You won't be able to just import anyone from Europe. International players only. You can't ignore the work permit rules just because they are footballers. Same with Celtic. Its going to hit the EPL much harder. EPL chairmen have already come out and raised concerns.

{Ed001's Note - erm how do you know that? They already use different work permit rules for footballers than the rest, so how will that change? You do realise the UK is separate in most ways from the rest of Europe anyway right? That is why you can wander all over mainland Europe without a passport to cross most borders but have to go through passport control to come into the UK. There is absolutely nothing decided with regard to Brexit, so it is pointless fantasising like you clearly are.}


 

 

27 Mar 2017 16:17:37
Even with a Top manager doing a fantastic job at our club we have other top managers throwing themselves at the chance to manage us in the future. If Rodgers moves on in the future which I find inevitable I would love to see Bob Mancini in charge. Liked him as a player watching him when Gazetta Football Italia used to be on channel 4! And as a manager I think he would be ideal for Celtic. Got to love his passion and is always well spoken. HH.


1.) 27 Mar 2017 16:44:51
I read that in the paper too Michael, I just wonder how much of it was actually true. Just basing that on the tiny wee snipit in the corner, filled an empty space where as if indeed he did say he wanted the celtic job should it become available I would imagine it would be some sort of back page story.


2.) 27 Mar 2017 19:50:54
it was all over the internet last night, maybe boaby knows something we don't lads lol.


 

 

 

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22 Apr 2017 13:55:37
If I'm honest I've never seen him play, but based on info online and thru people who have seen him play he is a young defender with a lot of potential.


 

 

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22 Nov 2016 22:37:26
Really hope this is true! This guy can play! Nigel De Jong nearly ended his career last season. He has came back just as good tho.


 

 

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07 Aug 2016 15:03:59
He is on the bench today but if we get another GK in the next few days he is going out on loan.


 

 

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09 Aug 2015 19:32:21
12 million is the least we should be expecting! I said earlier last week that we should be expecting wanyama money other than the nonsense 8 million that was getting put about! Getting really annoyed about this "premium" BPL crap! Did anyone actually watch any of the BPL this week? Utter garbage as per usual!


 

 

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02 Aug 2015 15:29:04
EPL? And? Anyone who knows anything about football know that the EPL overrated, The Bundesliga And La Liga are far more superior than that boring rank rotten EPL. Most people get over excited watching that league all because it is dressed up well from the TV. If John Stones is worth 30 million and VVD is worth 8 or 9 million then football really is dead.


 

 

 

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17 Apr 2017 14:51:08
He was certainly swayed ed, he was going for yellow until all the pushing started. This was the same ref (I'm pretty sure) who only gave a yellow for a horror tackle on young Tierney earlier in the season vs Murderwell.

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10 Apr 2017 14:40:16
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13 Mar 2017 10:47:01
Knocked out the Champions League by Barcelona and Manchester City. Humped by Inverness Dundee etc? Know your place diddy.


 

 

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12 Mar 2017 15:35:24
Nial so because you think Forrest or Roberts can't play on left you think Sinclair should be left on even tho he was the worst player on the pitch? I'm 30 years of age and 16 stone but I still think I coulda put in more effort in that game than Sinclair did. As as for your Go support the mob across the city, maybe you should as your footballing knowledge definitely lives up to about there expectations 👍😂.


 

 

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26 Jan 2017 12:24:15
You don't equal a record set by the Lisbon Lions if you don't have a decent GK in goal. Considering we got Gordon for free he has been very good for Celtic. If it is true that Chelsea are preparing a bid then I hope Celtic have a GK lined up as it's a very hard position to fill.