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18 Sep 2017 16:45:24
Just seen a report that Paul Wilson has passed away. RIP.


1.) 18 Sep 2017 20:15:48
who the FECK hits a dislike button.

{Ed033's Note - Hopefully they meant they disliked that he has passed.

2.) 18 Sep 2017 20:18:20
What type of person disagrees to that. Shame on you.



05 Oct 2016 11:03:19
FIFA to sanction countries for fans behaviour, UEFA and local associations the same.
Anyone who decides to wear colours of a team is basically regarded as a supporter of said team.

Am I the only one who sees hooliganism, racism etc at a football ground as a social/ criminal issue and not a football issue? Racism inside a supermarket does not mean the shop concerned is fined or punished, the individual is.

We pay enough for policing inside football grounds and they are the only ones with power of arrest so individuals identified should be dealt with by them. Criminals get phones and drugs into prisons, dangerous goods get onto transport.

Main point of this rant is that blaming the club is an easy get-out by the authorities on what is a social problem.


1.) 05 Oct 2016 19:16:43
Perhaps Football fans should have the power to arrest other fans and just let everyone sit watching the game under fans arrest after a riot of arresting each other or the normal fans can lock up the idiots (including police, refs and dodgy linesman) then Fifa will have nothing to complain about😝.

2.) 08 Oct 2016 09:31:30
In honesty i think we realise there's no chance ever of epl membership but i'm sure I've read on here about how celtic could become a big epl club if they got in which in truth rangers and celtic would because of the fanbase



17 Feb 2016 23:58:01
Just a thought Ed, If this EU referendum vote takes us out of EU, will that have a knock on effect for present and future European players as the free workers trade market would cease to exist. i'm sure they will protect it but it would certainly cause mayhem in the EPL if they could not sign as they currently do.


{Ed002's Note - It is not actually clear what would happen TT. There would certainly not be any overnight change but the eventual position would likely be a need for work permits and residence permits. In terms of existing EU citizens already working in the UK, there is no plan but I would think an amnesty would be the likely decision followed by a quota system of some type. A good question but no firm answer I am afraid.}

1.) 18 Feb 2016 22:29:25
Might bring a sense of reality to English football if they couldn't just buy every player they want .



02 Feb 2016 21:57:02
Just got a rumour from a friend on FB saying Ryan Giggs is on his way to Parkhead as manager. Anyone heard anything? I'm assuming its just the usual time of season rumour.


1.) 02 Feb 2016 21:59:14
Seen bookies site have latched on to this remove company name of not aloud ed.



21 Jan 2015 06:08:57
My mate is a ST holder and word on the street is that Bolton will get Commons. NL wants a playmaker like him and his current record since he took over as manager is not too shabby and they look likely to back him. Results good and supporters are behind him.


1.) 21 Jan 2015 10:24:46
So because your mates a ST holder that makes story legit?

2.) 21 Jan 2015 11:15:54
I'm beginning to think that after the end of Jan, we will have a weaker squad.

3.) DN30, it was a comment passed on from a friend who has a few contacts within the club. No it does not make him an expert but I thought this was a rumours page where items like this may be of interest to others. Since he is not the manager or director I guess it does not make it official but it certainly is legit in as much as it is a legitimate statement made by my friend based on the knowledge he has.

4.) Today is the 22nd Jan. I think the transfer window closes on Mon 2nd Feb. As it takes Celtic about 2 weeks to get any players, when are they going to start talks WITH ANYONE.Or are they going to con the fans once again.




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15 Sep 2017 22:35:20
Article on the whole EBT/ SFA shambles in the Scotsman. There are still some real journalists out there who understand the bigger picture and that this is not just a Celtic vendetta.



1.) 16 Sep 2017 11:42:03
Tt just read it excellent piece for a change, he talks about transparacy which was the sfa buzzword, but not anymore what have they got to hide no wonder we're paranoid. for me regans job is untenable, btw the scotsman poll for the review or against is 96% for a review.

2.) 16 Sep 2017 12:13:48
theres a vid on you tube lads that blows it out the water, celtic the asterix yrs, i thought i knew a lot about said topic but was blown away by the corruption on this vid, well worth a watch if you haven't seen it.



14 Sep 2017 16:36:11
Why is our best/ main striker taking corner kicks?
Should he not be in the box?


1.) 14 Sep 2017 17:21:49
He's a bit of a short arse and not great in the air also has a great hit on him, I don't have a problem with him hitting a ball into the box.

2.) 14 Sep 2017 17:24:10
Said the same thing to ma mate the other day. Surely someone else could get better at them, same wae free kicks that are not in range. Don't see the point of griff swinging balls in, ad rather he was on the end of them.

3.) 14 Sep 2017 17:28:14
He's got the best delivery of everyone at the club.

4.) 14 Sep 2017 17:45:33
Because he's good at taking them? 🤔.

5.) 14 Sep 2017 17:57:46
Not great in the air?

6.) 14 Sep 2017 19:16:58
Good opportunity to wind up the away fans?

7.) 14 Sep 2017 19:36:00
Because he hits the best dead ball at the club.

8.) 14 Sep 2017 21:15:53
Because there's more chance of finding a bottle of Buckie in the corner.

9.) 15 Sep 2017 12:30:52
Not great in the air. And certainly not great with the hair lol.

10.) 15 Sep 2017 15:02:41
because we need to keep him away as far away from the posts as possible - he has tiescartgirfuyinitis.



13 Sep 2017 23:36:05
recent conversations have been aimed at the GB and how they could cause us to be forced to play behind closed doors if they don't behave more responsibly.
After all that, some wee sh*te decides to leap onto the park and attempt to have a kick at an opposition player. we could end up closed doors.
I have to ask though, what more could Celtic have done to prevent this act?
Its easy to blame the home club but if UEFA set down specific (great word they are rubbish scared of) rules and we follow those then it becomes a civil disorder and the authorities (police) now take responsibility and control.


1.) 14 Sep 2017 02:11:05
Did he come from the STANDING AREA? Hh.

2.) 14 Sep 2017 07:39:58
Not sure if he came directly from the standing section but he definitely came into the pitch from that corner area. Who knows where his seat was. I was sat in the upper tier above the green brigade and what I will say is that when the stewards eventually brought him back crowd side he was getting it rotten from the supporters and rightly so. The moron in question was lucky he had so many police and stewards surrounding him or it could've got really nasty. What possess these fools to enter the field of play when they know we'll be punished big time for it. These morons who do enter the field of play won't be happy till a section of parkhead is closed on these nights.

3.) 14 Sep 2017 08:09:29
The wee guy was stupid but he's a kid, any of the grown men throwing punches at him are out of order too and should be banned.

4.) 14 Sep 2017 08:40:36
Tinytim I think you have it all wrong mate. It's all about people taking responsibility for their own actions. Everyone complains that the police are harassing the GB etc when they are trying to watch the game and want the police to leave them alone.

In England the police take responsibility for order outside the grounds and leave it to the stewards inside. Yet in Scotland every game has cops inside - barring the trial last year was it?

Unfortunately it seems that sections of the support are determined to cause trouble. From where I was sitting it looked like the bam came from closer to the goal, but I could be wrong. Also laying the blame constantly at the green brigade is wrong. It certainly wasn't them that started a rendition of a certain IRA song.

I think the guidelines are there and people need to take responsibility for their actions. We want police out the stadiums and to be able to have a swally in the stadiums, yet we have Neanderthals like this who albeit in the minority, are ruining it for the majority.

5.) 14 Sep 2017 08:43:36
Some Celtic supporters and their freinds at Radio Snyde and the red tops won't be happy until sections of the ground are closed and id go as far as to say some would like a port blockage on match days .

6.) 14 Sep 2017 08:47:34
A kid Stephbhoy? He is 21, 3 years older than the bloke he attempted to attack. He never came from the standing section SB he came from 2 sections along from that in the Lisbon lions.

7.) 14 Sep 2017 10:20:59
Yes definitely Lisbon lions end, what makes these aholes, think it's a good idea to run into the pitch, I also agree that the old guy punching him was out of order.

8.) 14 Sep 2017 11:31:23
Fair enough if he's 21 but a read he was only 18.

9.) 14 Sep 2017 10:30:43
Its irrelevant where he game from - he was on the pitch - his starting position is irrelevant. are we saying people in the standing section are more likely to jump onto the pitch because they are standing?

hes a tit. end of. we are hoping uefa see the actions of 1 and don't blame the many. But it happened with Dido. That's why we don't need palastine banners - because we are racking up the actions and we can't legislate for another tit next game or game after.

if you want to free palastine, join the un.

{Ed007's Note - So you think daft fines over logos on our kit and the Club's stewards and the police are going to affect UEFA's decision on our punishment?
Man Utd received about 7 or 8 UEFA charges during their run to winning the EL last season, do you think their fans and soaking their panties about it and worrying about ground closures?
Did you e-mail PSG to complain about their Palestine banner?}

10.) 14 Sep 2017 18:50:13
Id imagine the UN would be the last organisation youd join if you wanted to free Palastine.



13 Sep 2017
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Celtic Player Sightings page entitled, Lifetime Ban (if found guilty)?


1.) 14 Sep 2017 08:41:40
He pled guilty yesterday and already has an interim banning order. I just hope the guy that punched him doesn't get one.

2.) 14 Sep 2017 09:03:26
Can't see how a guy that punched somebody is better than somebody who ran on a pitch to be honest.



07 Sep 2017 22:08:46
So the SFA will NOT be taking part in any review of the sevco tax case.
Quote. "After careful consideration, the board of the Scottish FA has declined the invitation to participate in such a review, " the SFA said in its letter.

"The image of the game in Scotland can only be damaged further by 'raking over the coals' of everything that has happened in the last six years for a further lengthy period of time.

"No-one is complacent or insensitive to the issues. It will be impossible to satisfy every supporter, every club official and every member club.

"Nevertheless, the board of the Scottish FA is resolute. It has acted with integrity and in the best interests of Scottish football at all times. "

To summarise - Rangers cheated all of our member clubs by failing to comply with the tax laws of the land thus creating illegal cash incentives to secure the services of players who helped them win league titles and trophies to the financial and moral detriment of the other member clubs. However WE (meaning ND and his cronies) do not want to get involved as WE were part of the financial situation at the time. So feck the rest of you.


1.) 07 Sep 2017 22:59:43
I agree.
We've known for long enough how corrupt those who run Scottish football are, but this has got completely out of hand. To say that they can't please everyone and that they can't continue to drag Scottish football's name through the mud, is disgusting. They are advocating cheating and the parody is, that by ignoring this, they are spitting in our faces and making us a laughing stock.

2.) 07 Sep 2017 23:19:02
Time to take this to UEFA and the courts.

3.) 07 Sep 2017 23:44:23
The tax thing aside the main point for celtic is they didn't declare all the player payments correctly this is the breach they did and the sfa and spfl are cropping it as this will bring the whole same club new club debate to a conclusion maybe not jelly and ice-cream maybe some popcorn for this drama bhoys.

{Ed007's Note - The side letters/contracts and subsequent improper registration of players is the elephant in the room.}

4.) 07 Sep 2017 23:55:55
So in other words the SFA "Us and them are guilty as sin but let's not rake thru the past and expose each and everyone of us". Surely now celtic will demand a new inquiry.

5.) 08 Sep 2017 07:05:03
Celtic have already sent the same letters to UEFA that they sent to the SFA. I don't think lawwel will let this go.
I suspect it's been Celtic that have leaked these letters in first place to put pressure on SFA for an answer.
They now have it and will act accordingly.
What the leaked letters prove is Celtic have been working on this in the background all along.

6.) 08 Sep 2017 07:45:59
No surprise at all was expecting this from a corrupt organisation. only in scotland any other country theyd be taken to task and punished.

7.) 08 Sep 2017 07:53:15
SFA making a mockery of our game again.
Will be interesting the next time a Scottish Club "misregisters" a player. how can they possibly then decide it's wrong and punish the club.
So just do what you like to gain an advantage, the governing body in Scotland don't seem to care about the league they are responsible for administrating.
No wonder others laugh at our game.

8.) 08 Sep 2017 09:32:16
The SFA have made a mockery out of Scottish football in all of our lifetimes and this current lot have clearly shown their contempt for the clubs and fans who want to compete in a fair manner. They turned a blind eye to the many failings of the dead club and they are now trying to brush all their wrong doings under the carpet. Never going to happen this is just the start and their statement shows them up for what they are a cheating misguided out of touch organisation who are the laughing stock of world football. Heads will roll and once they do Scottish football can move forward under new leadership and by people who aren't affraid to stand up to the funny handshake brigade.

9.) 08 Sep 2017 10:04:47
It all comes down to crapping their pants nobody at the spfl or sfa wants to be the man to declare they ARE a new club and strip the titles from the OLD club due to miss and incorrect registration of players. As that person will then probably have to take their family and flee the country as he will have a large percentage of ra peepulllll threatening them and harrassimg them and laptop gangsters giving it what for. nobody wants to be that person not in Scotland anyway.

10.) 08 Sep 2017 11:42:10
They have been a corrupt and very biased figure head since the beginning, but always seem to get away with it because nobody stands up to them - or like quite a few 'provincial clubs' agree with the favours granted their 'second team' in Scotland. Nothing surprises me about their antics and shenanigans and if UEFA or Fifa let it ride time and time again - there is no Fair Play or integrity at all.

11.) 08 Sep 2017 13:43:59
If the SFA really wanted to show they looking after the interests of all member clubs, they would contact UEFA and ask them to set up an independent board to look into ALL sides of this debacle. But, that would show up the current and previous SFA Executive members as totally corrupt and biased.
This is supposed to be the era where FIFA and UEFA have had a clean out and are in the process of being more open and honest. Surely the sevco case would be a perfect platform to show they do mean what they say with regards to honesty and integrity?

12.) 09 Sep 2017 17:43:31
But NOW, they are going investigate the awarding of the license in 2011.This lot a re a joke and it's time the club chairmen tabled a motion of no confidence and boot them out.




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23 Apr 2016 11:36:06
Boabie, that paper has the finest quality and balances just right in the hand when being used in the tenement cludgie lol
Regardless of source, a rumour is just that - a definite possible maybe.




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23 Apr 2016 11:32:51
I very much doubt it unless DD has the say and not PL. Sadly Celtic only seems like a wee toy to DD.




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21 Apr 2016 09:06:25
I am not believing any rumours until I see it in black and white (hope that does not infringe the racist comment rules) in the Sun. At least you know the report will be well investigated and she will have big boo. oops missus just came in, talk later.




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10 Apr 2016 09:16:39
Aye, and Mourinho is coming in as trainee to take over after two seasons. behave lol.




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23 Aug 2015 18:31:19
Kevbhoy, I would hope you are right but if true this could work against us. He might hold back to avoid injury.





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19 Sep 2017 08:54:30
As a few of you said, different times.
Look at Jim Davidson with his jokes about Chalkie.
Even Ronnie Barker taking the p*ss out of the Scottish coloured guy in jail.
Del Boy (Bhoy) talking about the P*ki paper shop and going for a Chinese meal or ch*nky
Most of it was not meant to insult, it was just common. I had some friends of various races and they never got upset.
I worked for an Indian company in Singapore, my nickname was Casper because of my colour (and I was the corporate HSE Manager! - even the VP called me that)
Yes, different times.




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17 Sep 2017 10:51:18
That has always been my thing about CG, he is a very good reactive keeper for the most part.
However, he does not command and control his area and 6 yard box. Basically, he does not do the basics very well and tends to stay on his goal line and wait for the shot coming in.
Without a strong CH his failings are a problem (oh, for a Billy McNeil)




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13 Sep 2017 23:22:44
OK I get the Neymar thing.
But, how many Celtic players have donated shirts etc. and helped raise cash for charity?
The key word here is CHARITY.
The guy is a **** but he is very well known and very popular worldwide (outside of Parkhead) so his shirt will raise some cash to help some who might benefit. Considering our History, I think we can accept that is a good thing.


{Ed007's Note - Didn't he throw his shirt into the PSG fans after the game?}



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13 Sep 2017 23:18:16
Never liked the January thing anyway. It gives clubs with the cash the opportunity to either strengthen and/ or weaken opposition midway through season.
I am also for the window closing before season starts to give managers a chance to have a team in place with no possible disruptions after a couple of games.




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13 Sep 2017 20:04:57
So, will the charity raise any funds as a result of the jersey donation?