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18 May 2016 21:38:28
Brendan Rogers seen coming out of IKEA braehead with house plants. Later spotted at silverburn doing an m and s weekly shop. That's it then. Only problem is Moyes was seen coming out of Buchanan galleries clutching 10 john Lewis bags and there were lampshades and a flat screen TV. But Lennon was seen too coming out of an estate agents clutching a brochure of an apartment for sale with open views of Glasgow green at a fixed price of £300000.

Malky McKay currently brazen head and he's just phoned über apparently and asked to be taken to Torrance by lennoxtown

It's all happening in Glasgow. Every unemployed manager in the land is in the big city

And warburton has been linked with juventus and Man united apparently.

paradisewon

1.) 18 May 2016 22:11:39
I heard that Moyes was in Halfords looking at sat navs and he was overheard asking if Kerrydale Street was on it.
Roy Keane was spotted in a Chinese restaurant in the city centre. He was whispering to the owner that he will probably be coming in with a group of 20 or so every Saturday night from late August onwards.
Lennon has apparently got his Sky package organised with multiroom feature included for his new bedsit in East Kilbride.
And finally, Rafa Benitez was spotted in an Irish shop in Glasgow buying tricolours and CD's of rebel songs.

Yes paradisewon, it's all happening in the big smoke the day!


2.) 19 May 2016 19:36:40
A mate of mine who works at a caravan park in saltcoats said Lennon just put down a deposit for a big caravan and he's away to trade his Clio in for somthing with a bigger engine and a tow bar.


 

 

07 Feb 2016 22:44:00
david moyes will be the new manager

within 10 days

if I'm wrong i will come back and man up.

its a done deal.

paradisewon

1.) 07 Feb 2016 23:36:56
If you are wrong about him becoming manager, or about him failing when he does?


2.) 08 Feb 2016 08:51:47
I don't bet mate but I think the best price for Moyes is 5/ 1 at Betfair! Can you not give us any more info?


3.) 08 Feb 2016 12:31:27
Strong words. You got anything to add to this Ed 007/ 001?

{Ed007's Note - First I've heard about it. I seriously doubt Moyes would work under the current constraints put on our managers.}


4.) 08 Feb 2016 14:25:56
If there is to be a new manager in the next 10 days it would be Stubbs even Michael O'Neill before it would be Moyes IMO.


5.) 08 Feb 2016 20:46:17
I think Michael O'Neill would be the typical choice the board would go for, and to be fair he has done a great job, it's just the style of football the N Ireland team play, it looks a little primitive, although to be fair he's got to play guys like Maginnes from Kilmarnock, so credit were it's due! I'd be amazed though if he left that job early, and if he took the Celtic job as well on the proviso he would quite that job after the Euro's it would totally kick off over there! They might put up with it a little if it was an English team, but for obvious reasons it would just be almost impossible! Stubbs has really only had one good season, I said yesterday that Paul Hartley has a better CV, and I wouldn't have him as No 1 now. It would also be out of order to leave Hibs without a manager under their circumstances! There's a few older/ more experienced managers out of work I'd prefer to Moyes! If they wanted to take a chance on a young manager I'd go for Markus Weinzierl or Clarence Seedorf!


6.) 08 Feb 2016 21:01:30
The only reason I mentioned Seedorf is because I heard an interview that he said he wants to manage in the UK! You have to forgive his time at AC, it's a tough first job, I think there was loads of infighting at the time. He must have the best CV in the history of world football. I heard him say he'd look for a combination of the Italian mentally/ defensive qualities with the Dutch/ Spanish attacking way! He'd certainly raise the profile of the club, which in itself is needed. Swansea were sniffing around him, and I know the great players never making great managers argument, he seems to have a lovely manager, there is no arrogance with him!


7.) 09 Feb 2016 14:46:06
Paradise won how can yiu be wrong if its a done deal. I am confused?


8.) 09 Feb 2016 18:46:18
Lucien Farve would defo be my choice.


9.) 13 Feb 2016 13:00:55
I was told this last year. Davie Moyes has always told his family if the opportunity arose, and was a good time for him he would love to be the Celtic manager. What I was told was Moyes is desperate to get silverware on his C. V and fancies a 2 or 3 year stint at Celtic to make it happen. Think it was November time I was told Celtic's next European match will be under the guidance of Davie Moyes.


10.) 13 Feb 2016 15:42:12
To all

I am not the sort that would say unless someone I trust had passed it to me. The person is one removed from a person that would know the score and their relationship is such that I trust the source
If I'm wrong I will expand on why it hasn't happened
Done deal is strong I agree but just passing it on

Take it as you will.


11.) 13 Feb 2016 15:42:31
I think PL will go too.

{Ed007's Note - You're not the first person to suggest to me that's happening.}


12.) 13 Feb 2016 15:53:03
Ed. it's a legitimate heads up.

{Ed007's Note - (yes)


 

 

11 Jul 2015 16:46:30
Celtic set to bid for ICTs Ryan Christie in a bid thought be around £500,000 and a 4 year deal with the midfielder remaining at ICT on Loan until january with a further 6 month loan subject to Celtic's consent. To end of next season. Celtic apparently making their move to thwart rangers who were keen to add Christie next term subject to promotion to SPFL. Hearts also keen but unable to raise the prerequisite transfer fee. Celtic also looking at losing the player to Molde. Celtic have been clear that they want the player but want him to keep playing first team football.

This could be great business. Also subject to ECL situation with Lech Poznan, Celtic will make a move for Barry Douglas. Douglas keen on move back to UK

Odegaard deal not happening with player wish to stay in Spain with Espanyol likely suitors for a 1 year loan

paradisewon

1.) 11 Jul 2015 20:46:28
I've said unbelievable because as much as I would like to see ryan Christie sign there's no room for him especially with henderson back midfield we our a bit overloaded to be honest mate Barry Douglas has been linked a few times now is he the only lb we are currently linked with I know st pauli player turned us down because he wanted to see out his contract


2.) 12 Jul 2015 14:16:58
Come on Paradise are you really saying that Celtic should sign a player we do not need, just to thwart Sevco from getting him? In the first place they could never afford £500k despite what King tells the gullibles, and more importantly we are so far ahead of them we do not need to worry who they sign as we are far far far more superior.


 

 

08 Jul 2015 23:35:04
Spanish defender Javier Manquillo is on Celtic's radar. He recently returned to Atletico Madrid after his two-year loan at Anfield was terminated early by mutual consent. Atletico wanted the player to have more 1st team game time and Liverpool couldn't facilitate .at 21 he would be an interesting addition .good pedigree

paradisewon

1.) 08 Jul 2015 23:45:29
Not sure with janko mate unless janko plays further forward for the constantly injured Forrest!


2.) 09 Jul 2015 12:17:51
And constantly ineffective even when he can run more than ten yards.


 

 

 

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24 Dec 2016 17:25:46
Evening Ed

Two games to go to see the year out and so in advance of Christmas Day tomorrow and new year festivities, a sincere thanks for your good work and unrelenting endeavours in running one of the best ( if not the best ) football fans forums in the UK

We won't always see the game the same way but it doesn't mean I don't appreciate what you do in your role as The Ed

Hail hail and sincerest best wishes for good health and happiness this Christmas x.

paradisewon

{Ed007's Note - Gee you'll have me filling up here! Thanks very much, PW that's really appreciated. Merry Christmas to you and your family, I hope you have a lovely time.}


1.) 24 Dec 2016 22:21:14
PW: that just about sums it up mate:

Guys to all a Merry Christmas, whatever team you support, Santa does not care who get the pressies just as long as he gets round to everyone.

Ed`s: Best football site on the web.

HH.

{Ed007's Note - Thank you (yes) Merry Christmas to you.}


2.) 24 Dec 2016 22:34:26
Merry Xmas everyone. Stay safe and have a great time! God Bless.


3.) 24 Dec 2016 23:26:35
Ed, to be honest you do an all right job, but merry Christmas anyway 🤔👍🇮🇪🇮🇪🇮🇪.


 

 

24 Dec 2016 20:55:14
Dear Santa

I've seen some poor Celtic teams and some great Celtic teams and i know that we can't always be fantastic, however if there was a Santa and he could work his magic with signings I would have much to ask for

It current team is decent in every department. Not great. Not poor. But decent which makes upgrading very difficult because if we want to progress you could basically upgrade any position.

I would still be tempted by three key positions and they are all to do with Europe and qualification and being more competitive

I would propose a new goalkeeper and a new box to box midfielder. Not a brown or a rogic ( more of a petrov type ) . I think Armstrong is doing well but I think we need a better number 8 in there. Oh and a new centre half with toure and Ambrose moved on

So three positions GK CB and a CM

In terms of improvement, I would love to see Celtic develop a harder centre, ie develop a toughness ( fair but rough) with a little more aggression in defence. We're too nice back there

Real highlights this year for me

Rogic
Tierney
Armstrong
Brown

Applause to Forrest and a wee mention to Craig Gordon for at least improving in the distribution department. He has come on in that department ( slightly )

Anyway Santa, that's me for now

See you if you can work your magic and don't listen to anyone else with their wish lists. They're misguided and lacking in judgement!

At least two starters mind!

Thanks Santa and safe journey tonight

Oh and 3 points at Ibrokes albeit I don't imagine that will involve you working any of your magic.

paradisewon

 

 

01 Oct 2016 13:11:42
For me

Too flat
Too square
Too methodical

Good first 20 minutes but then we kept running in to traffic and speed of play has allowed Dundee to get ten behind the ball

When KT or JF get to that bye line it's a different game as demonstrated by KT

Goal looks like coming from a long range shot or set piece or cut back but we only managed that cut back once in first half

Could be our first clean sheet at least. Look solid at the back.

Dembele a little detached. We need to break quicker and keep putting passes in front of players and keep Dundee players running back to their goal as opposed to slowing it down and letting them camp in.

paradisewon

1.) 01 Oct 2016 13:21:14
It is usually a bit flat after a European game, especially one were the players put in so much effort.

My only surprise today was Rodgers did not make a few more changes. Expect Dembele, Rogic and Forrest to make way for McGregor, Roberts and Griffiths early in the second half.


2.) 01 Oct 2016 14:22:00
professional and as expected tired looking performance
but 3 points in the bag
and that is really all that counts isn't it.


3.) 01 Oct 2016 14:25:26
Silly post paradise, Dundee had every play behind the ball. I honestly thought Celtic looked very good today.


4.) 01 Oct 2016 15:01:33
Thought we run out of legs after 30 mins. Not sure about Roberts this season, maybe needs a few more minutes not having as much of an impact as last season or am I being a little too harsh? Don't think Forrest or Dembele were fully at it today. No complaints by the way after Wednesday we were going to be tiered. Maybe a change of personel with Griff and Roberts on from start, and a couple of changes may have worked but as digibanger says, 3 points is all that matters after Wednesday.


5.) 01 Oct 2016 14:38:37
After the midweeks efforts i'm more than happy with todays result. All about the points. Now we can recharge the batteries and get ready to go again after the break. Hail hail all.


6.) 01 Oct 2016 15:23:36
Defabet

By all means quote me but what did I say specifically that you disagree with ( and quote me ) . What part?


7.) 01 Oct 2016 15:47:19
I thought we started very well and took the game to Dundee - and if we had made the breakthrough, or maybe had baby Dallas not made an honest mistake with the pen claim - we might have skated it?
However, we ran out of energy and maybe ideas, until the Captain Brown stepped in and won the game.
We didn't create (and miss) as many as at Inverness, but there is definitely a reaction after CL games, when we keep the same team (give or take) and a few of the players like Dembele, Sinclair, Rogic, Tierney and Roberts etc are still young and new to CL.
Fortunately Dundee offered little and it was good to see the defense cope comfortably all game to earn a rare clean sheet.
As long as we are involved in every competition, there will be games like this, where we have to grind and plug away and it has been a very successful week as far as I'm concerned.


8.) 01 Oct 2016 15:54:11
11 in 67 agreed and fair assessment.


9.) 01 Oct 2016 16:03:28
Simunovic looked class today. Great touch and composed throughout.


10.) 01 Oct 2016 16:20:56
Some people seem to be disappointed when they cannot ridicule us and find fault with the team . After the wonderful end to end 6 goal sharing thriller on Wednesday I think most of us would have expected us to be a little slower, flatter and too methodical . However we got 3 points and a clean sheet and in fact never looked to be in any danger .
Funny I thought winning today and very deservingly so and after going toe to toe with the top team in the EPL would have everyone happy.


11.) 01 Oct 2016 18:24:30
I think everyone is happy.


12.) 01 Oct 2016 20:06:46
So you think everyone is happy when we are too flat, too square and two methodical .
Or maybe you don't think we were .


13.) 01 Oct 2016 23:06:56
Paradise, your post is a load of rubbish. Celtic were certainly not flat or square. We came up against a team that made no effort to attack. We constantly pinned them back played forward from side to side and over the top. Your post is nonsense!


14.) 02 Oct 2016 01:09:52
Scott brown looks better than ever Scotland going to miss him class.


15.) 02 Oct 2016 16:47:24
Didnt think celtic were flat. I thought we tired but as brendan rodgers said " they're not robots ", but dundee never troubled and if we had got the pen and scored it, it wouldve been 4 or 5 imo. great 3 points n clean sheet after a hard week.


16.) 03 Oct 2016 19:03:53
Paradisewon's post is proved to be even worse hen we check the results of the other teams in our group . They all lost and even though they had an extra day to recover . It just proves some people just want to jump in and criticise B R and his team.


 

 

01 Oct 2016 12:57:18
Gordon distribution so far has been superb. Throws and kicking.

paradisewon

1.) 01 Oct 2016 15:24:01
How anyone can disagree with that is beyond me.


2.) 01 Oct 2016 16:26:22
Nobody will disagree with you Paradisewon when you post sensibly all the time, but maybe someone has read that much rubbish from u that it comes second nature to disagree . On this occasion you are right but great credit goes to our back four and Scot Brown& to a lesser extent Biton who worked hard at taking up position for him to be able to build up confidence in getting the ball moving quickly . In fact Gordon's whole game seem to be full of confidence throughout .


3.) 01 Oct 2016 18:28:40
Old bhoy

Pipe down. Don't bring my name up. Stop trolling and leave all to express their " rubbish " freely. One mans rubbish is another man' s treasure and all that.

As the " oracle " on all things Celtic you really shouldn't feel the need to come down to my level

have a great weekend.


4.) 01 Oct 2016 20:09:11
Paradisewon Go to bed and have a rest, no point making a fool of yourself all the time.


 

 

17 Sep 2016 15:24:29
Hi Ed

It's weird. The high of thumping Rangers and the despair at being utterly humbled by Barcelona. I'm not sure what was worse to be honest. The actual scoreline (7-zip) or the manner of the defeat. The lack of belief. The lack of pride. The lack of energy. The lack of anything. We hardly laid a glove on them. Is that an inferiority complex, a lack of leadership, a poor mentality?

I accept that there is a huge gulf in resources. Their up top 3 may never (ever) be equalled in terms of guile., goals, craft, class and all round ability BUT, is there an upside to a 7 (going on 10) to zero annihilation?

More to the point. How do we compete? Can we train harder. run faster. become (wait for it) 24-7 athletes . eat better . run up more hills . become more athletic . learn to play differently so as to put up a degree of resistance .

I wonder what it will take to compete?

I think we can all agree that the STANDARD at home doesn't help. We don't need to be on our guard or need to protect the ball. or learn to defend and take limited chances because we play against very poor teams. Are we the BEST of a very poor lot? Is that the sum and substance of Celtic in today's global game. A giant domestically who becomes a kitten when having to deal with any team from england, spain, germany, italy, or france etc.

There has been some excellent comments since Tuesday IE enjoy what we have . the wins (no matter the opposition) . the qualifying (even if it opens us up to a series of beatings) . the bit I don't get is the HOW part. HOW do we learn . HOW do we compete better. HOW do we become more difficult to beat. HOW do we create a threat. Did BR overestimate our qualities? He clearly didn't set us up to get totally destroyed, so that begs the question . what did he see in us and what did he see in them that resulted in that system being adopted, OR was the system right but we didn't have the players (or the players with the right mentality) to fit the system?

Has there EVER been a time where we have drawn teams in the ECL and literally wished the games away?

Where is the enjoyment in a 7-0. Are any of us looking forward to the return match. Are we looking forward to going to the Etihad or is the new strategy (for that match) about limiting the opponent to 4 or 5? How did these teams get so far away from us (is it purely money? )

How does CFC compete in a 20-30 year timeframe. Is it hooking up with holland, switzerland, portugal, austria and belgium to create a league with an aggregated domestic audience of 60million+ to drive the revenues and the sponsorship? Would a league comprising of Ajax, Feyenoord, PSV, Celtic, Rangers, Basle, Grasshoppers, Benfica, Sporting Lisbon, Anderlecht, Club Brugge, Rapid Vienna, and Red Bull Salzburg create a level of competitiveness that would improve the standard and make us more adept at competing with the top sides in France, England, Italy, Germany and Spain?

My fear is half empty stadiums for ECL matches because of he mis-match (home and away) . Where is the spectacle?

More to the point. How does the STANDARD in Scottish football improve?

Can we make do with domestic domination and local rivalry and accept that our illustrious past will stay in the past?

This isn't a moan or a gripe. I just fear that the GULF is so great that the spectacle of CFC in the ECL is not so much of a spectacle any more; where is the excitement of welcoming Goliaths to Celtic Park for a footballing exhibition?

I don't have the answer but i don't think its okay for any reasonable person (with celtic's interests and future at heart) to sweep this reality under the carpet. We are sleep walking in to an abyss of irrelevance where the ever diminishing scottish marketplace will be all we are left with.

Any thoughts ED on where the game is going and where Celtic's place in it actually is?

A German paper called us soccer dwarves the other day.

Is our best hope a re-awakening and a new found respect and professionalism for the game where emerging young domestic talent (with access to superb coaching) represents the best route to competing?

Hail hail and all that .

One last thing. That result did nothing for the "value" of our players as assets . absolutely nothing.

paradisewon

1.) 17 Sep 2016 16:58:02
Paradisewon, I think that the money in the game is becoming more and more the deciding factor in everything.
The fortunes of a club nowadays are determined where they are situated geographically. Look at the size and history of Celtic compared to Bournemouth, Celtic are far bigger in terms of crowds, history etc. Yet financially Bournemouth can blow us out of the water, there is very little we can do about it.
Somehow the Scottish league has to improve, and I don't mean just an extra Glasgow derby. The rest of the teams in Scotland have to try and improve their standards, they have to try and make our league a bit more attractive to TV companies, who in turn might pay a bit more for the coverage of our games. At the moment they are only interested in one fixture.
When the fixtures were announced at the start of the season, several clubs moaned about the fact that they only had 2 home fixtures against Celtic and rangers instead of 3, their main aim should be about trying to be competitive, if they were the crowds would come no matter who they were playing. There seems very little ambition from these teams.
The only way things will improve is for an increase in TV revenue, for that to happen, all the clubs need to buck their ideas up, and make our game more attractive. Whilst clubs are only interested in revenue from games against Celtic or Rangers our game is dying a death.
Aberdeen and Dundee united did it 30 years ago and Scottish football was quite successful, I see no reason why the same thing couldn't happen now if clubs would try and be a bit more ambitious.


2.) 17 Sep 2016 17:03:17
The Bread Man must stay lol.


3.) 17 Sep 2016 18:09:46
Heard the ref played 7 minutes of injury time at ibrox today, they are certainly bending over backwards to try and help them this season.


4.) 17 Sep 2016 18:42:14
It's another feather out the magic hat james. I had them down for 6th - with us, hearts, aberdeen, st. johnstone and motherwell all above them. The fact people were considering them a title challenge was ridiculous. Two zombies on my hols were talking to me as if I even considered them a threat - their faces when I told them how it was, I would get framed for my bedside table. At this rate they'll be lucky to make the top of the split.


5.) 17 Sep 2016 19:29:21
It's great to watch them implode Jim especially after the way the media had hyped them up even before a ball was kicked, the Magic Pratt stormed out of the press conference after the game when asked about Barton he's definitely losing the plot.


6.) 17 Sep 2016 19:50:03
For me, the Scottish leagues have too many teams also until we start concentrating on technical ability rather than height and strength we won't get anywhere we also need the referees to protect players who are not the usual hammer thrower's.


7.) 17 Sep 2016 20:18:59
A league of teams from second class leagues will never be attractive and crowds will nose dive season after season . Scotland may be a lousy league but there is some sort of parochial rivalry, many, many teams in Scotland have their ambitions to beat their nearest rival ( area wise ) and beat Celtic .
When we play in the UEFA cup we don't get too excited . We just need an off the radar scale billionaire like Craig Whyte or a South African based tax genius to invest in our SPFL.


8.) 17 Sep 2016 20:20:19
It's all his own fault for signing the $#@! I think Dyche is the only manager to have gotten a stress free spell out of him, and I wouldn't be surprised to get corrected there.


9.) 17 Sep 2016 21:03:23
I mentioned also that they would be lucky to get top 6. The mad hatter has found out he isn't as good a manager as everyone told him he was. as far as I can see non of his so called great summer signings have improved the team they have actually made them worse.
It's time they admit to themselves there is a big difference playing part-time teams to professional ones on a weekly basis.


10.) 17 Sep 2016 21:05:23
Gerry C is spot on. It's basically about the money. The suggestion from Paradise that maybe we can develope youth and be competitive from there is a non starter. Don't you think every team in the country is trying to do that, or at least was trying to do that till they just packed it in and bought players? How many players have Chelsea, Man City, Spurs, Liverpool, Man united (apart from 1992) , or any premiership team brought into thr first team? Chelsea have 72 players out on loan with other clubs. Virtually none come back and play first team football. Celtic must have 20 players out on loan. Very few come back and make it. Unfortunately it's down to attracting players who can come in and make a difference quickly and that needs cash. So -Paradise understand where you are coming from but can't see how we make it work when no one else can.


11.) 18 Sep 2016 03:49:46
Bhoys n Ghirls let's be real here. We are no longer a big player in European competition. Not even a mediumish player. Haven't been for a long time. That 7 0 just shows how the gap is widening due to tv money. How do you stop it? You don't! We are a HUGE club fighting a losing battle (as things stand) . My hope is that corrupt UEFA turn the CL into a 3 tier league structure that gives us the opportunity to progress. I won't hold my breath.


 

 

 

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29 Dec 2016 10:58:06
passing time

i think you'll see dembele and mcgregor brought in …to win the battle and then we can start with the tricks and flicks via roberts and griffiths.

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23 Dec 2016 11:26:17
Rablad

Thanks for the information. I'll now go and away and do some desktop research notong that every player looks the part on these vids

Merry Christmas.

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20 Dec 2016 19:23:35
i think that this is a GREAT team this evening

loving mcgregor and henderson and sinclair and roberts underpinned by a suspension free Brown with the hungry for goals Dembele up top

and what a bench …. the bench could all start

like the look of this tonight …COYBIG….

prediction 5-1.

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19 Dec 2016 21:36:43
Partick looked very fluid quick and effective against hearts on Saturday and so I'd be more cautious.

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17 Dec 2016 21:07:21
True Kev

That wasn't fair. Was probably trying to pad out a point! 'another win however.

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01 Jan 2017 14:01:19
Top class post PT that sums all of it up very well

Happy new year

PW.

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30 Dec 2016 23:10:26
Aindoh

You show a lack of respect by manipulating my posts on this subject so don't start me!

My posts are responsible and pretty obvious in terms of interpreting

I know I know you do t agree with anything I post. ( sad but true ) but don't try to glaze over my key points which revolve around

1
It's normal to mark an anniversary
2
In a crowd of 7500 visiting fans you won't get 100 obedience ever
3
Those who elect to denigrate the spectacle aren't worth the attempt to understand, nor are they worth re educating or rehabilitating
4
The majority will behave and the KEY is the match itself and we have a game to win

END

And when it comes around Aindoh, happy new year and best wishes and all that.

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30 Dec 2016 16:35:30
Kerzo
Don't criticise them for having it
They want to mark it
It happened on 2nd January at Ibrox

We are a side show. They aren't having it to get at us or to embarrass us or to catch us out. It's their home game and their anniversary tribute

Don't be surprised if a few let themselves down. You ain't ever going to get 7500 respectful, dignified, intelligent, responsible people in any one space at any point in time when the main event is a west of Scotland football match

I won't be embarrassed by any of it because I wouldn't be any part of it and we should all be responsible for ourselves on such occasions

The match is what matters and their mark of respect will matter to all of them and the extreme vast majority of Celtic fans attending the game.

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30 Dec 2016 15:27:51
Apologies James

I was re reading an early newspaper piece about it and and not the day after newspaper!

66 indeed.

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30 Dec 2016 13:55:38
Absolutely not

we are looking to develop and progress.

paradisewon