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  1. Anytime I feel depressed, I go and visit a hun site, I feel much better knowing that those cunts are worse off than me.
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  2. For everything. For keeping this page opened for so long. A lot of Celts fans have come and go over the last decade or so, But unfortunately recently most folk have disappeared altogether. This site has been a support to myself, with the deaths of both parents in recent years, and also my bevvying (which has stopped altogether) I have a better life today, as does my Family. I would like to see this place picking up again. I think most folk using social media now, and the forum has lagged behind. I'm guilty of it too. we got the Cup Semi and hopefully a Final to look forward to, as well as going through the season unbeaten domestically. Gaffer, you got a choice to make, Keep the site open, or close. Onwards and upwards, And all the best. Thanks.
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  3. Hey everyone, hope you are all getting on well. I'm glad to see the small community still hanging in there. Just wanted to post this so no one is in any doubt, if you seen it in the corner of your eye today or in the future. http://www.dailyrecord.co.uk/news/scottish-news/he-like-jimmy-savile-ex-9405578 That article is about my father who passed away on December 8th 2013. With this topic on the nations minds we thought this was the time to speak up about what we knew. The full story isn't something you can truly convey in a couple of articles but you can get the bullet points. The whole situation developed over 24hrs with the Daily Record connecting the dots and making things happen. A whole load of new information has came to light which has really shocked me. I hope from this we can help all the people he has hurt, reveal the full truth and find justice.
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  4. This picture was taken 3 years ago a young Keiran Teirney standing beside The King of Kings.
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  5. Haha!! The chickens have came home to roost. Mind when they were doin this to us in the 90s with money they didni have. Ow were doin it to them, with money we do have and paying our bills. GIRFUY. Zombie bastards. Could have scored easily 8 today and it wouldn't have flattered us. The manky mob will struggle again next year and we'll b our way to 10 in a row. Payback (pun intended) is a bitch.
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  6. Decent performance overall, really had a shot at it. Gordon should have saved their goal. Roberts manhandled in the box. Heads well held high. Onwards and Upwards.
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  7. Missed the game due to my meeting tonight, Just seen the goals. Another good win and 3 points. Good to see fringe players starting.
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  8. i said here a while back simunovic and sviatchenko would be a future partnership for us and today has cemented that , kolo will give them both experience and teach them along the way when he plays and i hope we can keep him on in a capacity as a defensive coach, in the all my life we have needed a guy like toure and his mistakes midweek were just a crazy turn of events , he has saved us in alot of games in europe and he is vital IMO to keep after he retires in some capacity. to the game, jozo walked that game with a ganja pipe in his gub , erik scored and there was fuck all wrong with it , broon was good , forrest pish and wasted umpteen chances to send a cross in , if youre a striker and see that its frustrating , bitton was mince and looks like a giraffe on heat the way he plops aboot that midfield latley , stuart armstrong who i have slated for months turned the game for me, his urgency and legs drove us on, got to admit with the chances we had i thought after hitting the bar and the goal chalked off it wouldnt have been our day , great display by that rangers keeper , if that was the other fella we would have won by 3 HH
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  10. There was Scott Sinclair running riot against the Premier League side who saw him as surplus to requirements. Moussa Dembele strengthening the sense he’s a superstar in the making. Kolo Toure rolling back the years against his old club. And Craig Gordon finally making his Champions League bow and playing like a man possessed. His stoppage-time save was the kind of heroics the Hoops needed in those desperate final few minutes to earn his side the draw they more than deserved. All this snooty talk about Celtic making up the numbers at this level. “This is no place for the wee nations like Scotland,” the millionaires scoff. Turn it up. This was a night when viewers all over the UK and beyond saw this is exactly where Celtic belong and there’s no Definitely Maybe about it.
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  11. Notice they moved Sterling to the other side cos Keiran wasn't giving him a chance.
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  12. A Muslim a Hindu and a Hun have been walking through the desert for 2 days with no food or shelter....They come across a house and knock on the door and ask for a room for three.The owner says ''we have a room for two and a barn at the back''The three draw straws and the Muslim gets the short one and ends up in the barn....The Hindu and the Hun go to the room, settle in bed and ten minutes later there is a knock on the door...... the Hun opens the door and it is the Muslim. He say's ''I know I drew the short straw but no one said there was a pig in the barn.... no way can I sleep in there with a pig in there. The Hun and the Hindu draw straws again and the Hindu loses and heads off for the barn..... Ten minutes later there is a knock on the door.... the Hun opens it and it is the Hindu.... ''Look, I know I lost the draw, but no one said there was a cow in the barn, no way can I stay in the barn with a cow in there..... The Hun agrees to go in the barn..... Ten minutes later there is a knock on the door..... The Muslim opens the door..... it was the pig and the cow!!..
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  15. That was a reality check! Totally dire, can't pass, keep possession or defend. Sloppy play, giving the ball away too easy. Play like that in the CL and we'll get ripped apart, and be the play thing of the big boys. Unless PL gets the cheque book out. I'll be happy in the morning, but that "performance" is not good enough. Thought Toure looked solid and his experience showed.
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  16. That game single handedly raised my blood pressure and gave me anxiety. Janko was utter mince surprised Rodgers never pulled him off we're lucky to be going through after that performance.
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  17. https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=Zdm09DOieHc i think this fine is well worth it no flares no trouble no one hurt just a countries flag being waved fuck uefa
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  19. One season at best not inspired by this signing
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  20. http://www.celticquicknews.co.uk/resolution-12-persistence-beats-res12tance/ a must read article to long to copy and paste
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  21. This will make you chuckle there's growing support down here for England to leave the uk seems there's always more than one way to skin a cat
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  24. Im glad it's the international break. Looks like a few of our players could be doin with a wee rest. Esp Dembele and Sinclair. Haven't looked as sharp recently. Although you cannot complain considering what they have done over the past 30 games. But I feel the break will be good for the team and hopefully freshen them up. I would also like to see a few others get more game time. Roberts and grif and poss Henderson. Even gamboa just to give the team freshness that I think has been lacking past few games.
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  26. Motherwell got a trip to Aberdeen midweek, We got a rest until next weekend. Even with a few changes, we should hit a high score.
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  27. Bit gutted about this. I really rate the youngster and wished Brendan had gave him more time or planned to give him more time on the park as when he did play, he seemed to cut the mustard. Although, I hope goin to the sheep on loan is good for him and mcinnes gives him games, as that's what he needs. Tbh, but sick of us buying decent Scottish talent and not giving them a chance and basically wasting a significant time in their careers as benchwarmers. And then us buyin imports who are not necessarily better. Not wantin to put pressure on young Eboue, but at £3m, he needs to hit the ground running. Giod luck to Ryan.
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  30. No Kev you do NOT!! I haven't even bought mine yet,
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  31. Think he's a good back up to Gordon was never gonna be number 1 Gordon is a quality keeper sure he has made mistakes but name one which hasn't boric made a few but still a quality keeper
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  32. The former Dunfermline No.1 joins Brendan Rodgers' men as a challenge to Craig Gordon after Logan Bailly suffered a broken ankle. Rodgers knows De Vries well from his time at Swansea. The Dutch stopper was Rodgers' No. 1 at the club and made 51 appearances in all competitions as Swansea got promoted to the Premier League for the first time. But De Vries didn't play in the top flight as he quit the club to join Wolves on a free, a decision he lated admitted to regretting. He kept 25 clean sheets in the 2009/10 season for the club, winning the Golden Glove award as Swansea narrowly missed out on the play-offs, but the next season was even better as he helped them to promotion. De Vries won't be coming to Scotland is not a trip into the unknown. He has experience of the Scottish top flight after spending a season at Dunfermline back in 2006/07. In fact, his last game for Dunfermline came in the Scottish Cup Final defeat to Celtic in 2007, when he left the club to join Swansea on a free. Dunfermline were relegated the season he was at the club, and a mistake from him on the final day of the season led to defeat to Inverness and relegation as a result. But his performances throughout the season were excellent and he left the club highly-rated. Rodgers was so impressed by De Vries that he tried to sign him at Liverpool. But Wolves turned down a series of bids for the goalkeeper, as Rodgers looked for cover for Pepe Reina, as well as competition for the Spanish shotstopper who had been going through a poor spell of form. It is clear that Rodgers really rated De Vries and bringing him as competition for Gordon could see the club's current No. 1 improve to the form he showed in his first season at Celtic Park.
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  33. This will be a tough test for us but in our favour they have lost 2 influential players. I watched there match against Hamburg,they got 2 penalties which where dives,the first saw Hamburg reduced to 10 men early in the game,what a joke. They missed both which was justice to say the least,they also missed a few sitters near the end and the matched finished 0-0 I am going for a 3-1 win tonight especially if we play anything like our match against Man City.
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  34. We were fucking awseome could ahve been 3 goals up inside the first 10 minutes. Unbeleiveablestuff Dembele is some sort of God on the football pitch his second goal yesterday was just sublime i thought his first touch was terrible at the time before he hooked it into the corner.
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  37. I also though formation was wrong. Players didni look as comfortable, who was supposed to be pickin up who, etc...Even with 5 at the back (and sometimes 6!) barca still found holes. Simply down to their passing and moving. Our players were far too static and not goin with runners. had we done that more, it may only have been a few. The 3 in the middle were extremely narrow at times and I don't know if that was deliberate or not but even then barca were still able to go right through us Even if Dembele had scored, I think we may have been delayin the Inevitable. I accept we are a club in transition and we need to remember Rodgers only took over 3/4 months ago so, it's a learning curve for him and many in the team. So it's a pumpin take it on the chin, and move on. Just don't wreck the toilets Also agree with Kevza about CG. De Vries has not looked too clever, and not any better, than CG. I'd sub him for the weekend game to make sure he knows he's not an automatic start.
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  39. My line up would be Gordon lustig Toure Sviechenko Forrest. Brown Rogic Sinclair Roberts Griff. Dembele
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  41. #MatchTheFineForPalestine https://www.gofundme.com/matchfinepalestine
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  42. When you look at it like this..... IMAGINE the scenario had been laid before Brendan Rodgers on the day he was appointed Celtic boss last May. “Right, Brendan. To qualify for the Champions League groups and pocket £20million, you just need to beat Hapoel Be’er Sheva. “They’ve not won the title in Israel for 40 years, their home crowds are only 16,000 and they’re not exactly bursting at the seams with star quality. “Their captain will be out injured, too. Oh, and you’ll have Scott Sinclair, Moussa Dembele and Kolo Toure on board by then. “And you’ll also have Tom Rogic and James Forrest brimming with confidence after signing new deals to stay.”
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  44. that 3 can become 5 when we don't have the ball personally I would look to kill off Astana quickly aim for the early goal go at them from the off do not sit back against this mob and defend our away goal that is inviting them onto us one slip and they have the momentum
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  45. Hell I hope it's custard in midfield Pepp, I think the defense and Craigy Gordon are better and more relaxed when he isn't directly in front of them
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  46. O'Connell should've had 25-30 first team games by now
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  47. I agree question marks over dembele the lad has potential but I think we need a seasoned striker with bitton not playing I think it freed brown as Armstrong surprise surprise is very industrial in the middle much more effective than wide left. playing 2 natural wingers (finally) was the key I thought Forrest played well the team played well but remember the standard of opposition
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  49. ciftci is a lump of wood why not play with 2 natural wide players Forrest and Roberts either wing with griff in the middle ?
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