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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. 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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  3. This picture was taken 3 years ago a young Keiran Teirney standing beside The King of Kings.
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  4. CELTIC Football Club is delighted today to announce Brendan Rodgers as the new Celtic manager. Brendan has agreed a 12-month rolling contract with the Club. Brendan (43) is one of Europe's most respected names in football management and has previously held managerial positions at Liverpool, Swansea, Reading and Watford. New Celtic manager Brendan Rodgers said: "I am absolutely delighted to be named Celtic manager. This is genuinely a huge honour for me. I have followed Celtic all my life and to be given this fantastic opportunity and to be part of such a truly great football club is a dream come true. "I will give my new role everything I have and do all I can to bring our supporters exciting, entertaining and winning football. "The Club has been in magnificent shape in recent years and has collected silverware regularly during this time. My objective now, of course, is to continue this work, to keep us at the top and again make our mark in Europe. "I know what a magnificent support Celtic enjoys and I can promise our fans one thing - that I will be doing everything I can to give you a team that you can be proud of and a team that delivers. "I can't wait to be in Paradise with our team and our fans as we all get to work." Celtic Chairman Ian Bankier commented: "We are delighted to welcome Brendan to Celtic as the Club's new manager. "As expected, there was huge interest in the position of Celtic manager but we believe we have chosen the outstanding candidate to take the Club forward. "Brendan is a man with a tremendous pedigree in football management, he is someone who knows all about Celtic and someone who has a real passion for Celtic. He is also a manager who we believe has the talent, the drive and the determination to bring continued success to the Club. "We are sure Brendan will receive a fantastic welcome from our supporters and we now look forward with real excitement towards next season as we tackle the many challenges ahead domestically and in Europe." Celtic Chief Executive Peter Lawwell said: "Brendan is a highly-sought after manager and we are pleased that we have been able to bring such a high calibre individual to Celtic. "He has a huge and genuine affection for the Club. I know Brendan feels privileged to be named Celtic manager and I know he will give us everything he has to be successful at Celtic. Above all, he will bring huge experience, knowledge and ability to the role. "We wanted to bring one of the biggest and best names to the Club to match our own aspirations and those of our supporters - we believe, in appointing Brendan, that we have done this. "We have appointed a special manager and we are sure he can bring some special times to Celtic." Brendan Rodgers will be officially unveiled at a media conference on Monday, May 23, 2016 at Celtic Park at 4pm and he will then meet supporters at 6pm at the stadium.
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  5. Stretch every day, you'd be surprised how much tight muscles in one part of your body affects other parts. Up until about 5 months ago I had been going to the gym almost every day for about 4 years, recently moved to another country where gyms aren't very common. Start off with stretching and light cardio and avoid the weights for a while.
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  6. only another celtic forum , where i was banned , only had about 300 posts and never had any run ins with anyone , all good until one time a member who was a wind up merchant and didnt half talk shite had one of his posts edited by a mod to make him look bad, i said a mod doing this isnt on and should act more responsible , for me saying that i got banned too forums with alot of traffic tend to have cliques , even if they support the same club , the guy was a clown but you dont do that to make him look bad.
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  7. 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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  8. 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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  9. 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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  10. 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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  12. 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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  13. Notice they moved Sterling to the other side cos Keiran wasn't giving him a chance.
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  14. 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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  17. 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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  18. 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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  19. 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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  21. One season at best not inspired by this signing
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  22. http://www.celticquicknews.co.uk/resolution-12-persistence-beats-res12tance/ a must read article to long to copy and paste
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  23. 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. aye loose clothing is a must aswell not so much for excercise but in general for sitting about wear joggies and looser under wear, stuff thats too tight will be harder on circulation. get the sports legging too for under yer joggieskeeps yer muscles nice and supported. getting an injury will just set you back. the first few weeks are the hardest, but you will be surprised how fast your body responds to excercise but its also a waiting game so dont get discouraged because it is working mate, whether you think it is or not its a matter of staying positive and focussed on the end result. it wont be easy and it will be painfull as you go on but you can use that pain to drive you on and give you an adrenalin rush, i would reccomend using music for this purpose ya now stuff that gets you going eye of the tiger is one that works for me among others i like techno so i can use the driving rythms and beats as a spur .
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  25. best takiing it slow at the start bud, especially since your not the fittest right now, I would always recommend swimming as it is an all round excercise and hits every muscle group, it is also the lowest impact, form of excercise meaning it causes the least stress on areas like joints and bones. meaning your less likely to pull a muscle, break anything or tear anything. the cross trainers are great low impact machines too but your trainer will cover this. Id also reccomend swapping out certain meals for protein shakes and other protein supplements, snack on nuts and seeds or fruit even some protein bars, cut back on red meats and eat more chicken, turkey and fish. what youre eating is massively important especially when your are training. your body would rather use lean protein and uses that first before using up the carbs and fat, so you need to balance it out by getting in as much protein as possible. i try and get at least 150g protein per day - and i get around 60g from 2 shakes a day using the low fat milk. I'd also get some resistance bands for in the house, so you can try and do a little every day, argos doesa decent set of 3 for around a tenner. walking is also good. start off short then extend it as you go. thers also a million workout vids on youtube look for something laid back at first and only do whats comfortable until you build it up. also carbs are evil lol cut them down, this means bread, pasta, rice, chips almost anything that accompanies your meals is carbs. cereals are also mostly out the window apart from weetabix and shredded wheat or bran/ all bran. and possibly other whole grains like cheerios but most are just high salt high sugar shite. Onto veggies as much and as many as you can and in as many colours, not just greens but all you can handle, broccoli, carrots, sweetcorn, green beans , peas the lot. I know they say no condiments with your veg, but if it is the only way you can eat them then its better than no veg, i like vinegar on my green beans and peas. try and not buy the crapy tv dinners (pre made frozen stuff) as these are all salt and sugar too, try to do home cooked as much as possible, and invest in some spice jars you can do much with a lil bit of this and that here and there. drink loads of water a coulpa pints a day minimum, hydration is not to be underestimated
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  26. Hi yes had the same injury 20 odd years ago tried everything but the best thing I did was to stop using belts and tight trousers work as a joiner started using joggers took a start but hardly any bother now regards sid
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  27. Credit where credit's due, this appears to be one hell of a signing! Well done Celtic! Not only is this great for us, but surely gives Scottish football as a whole a much needed shot in the arm. And I can't see him having signed if there weren't substantial funds of some form promised. With all due respect to Ronny, he delivered 2 titles, but last season was verging on torture at times. Now very special times may be just around the corner. The flame of faith has just been rekindled.
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  28. Certainly agree that securing the SPL and sending the orcs a 5 in a row message was most important. I still lament our zero participation and humiliation in the CL and Europa leagues respectively. Bhoy 1981 .... I think ..... Posted a blogger link .... Sorry guys I'm on nyc time so read it in the wee small hours.... But it was a very insightful piece regarding lawwells iron fist tactics on signings and basically incompetent management of the club.. It goes on to tal about, DDs board intervention and questioning of the board and lawwells decisions.. Finally it talks about DD quoted as saying with regards to a new manager, 'We need a show stopper.' my final word on this is that not all blame lies at RDs door, and good luck in the future and ty for winning the league under difficult board intervention. I think we as supporters NOW need to scrutinize lawwells decisions, participation in transfers and general performance.. we have bigger fish to fries now to return to glory days and begin the process of burying the Huns next season. We MUST keep ten in a row on track
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  31. Leigh Griffiths and Tom Rogic both returned to training after missing the Scottish Cup win over Albion Rovers as a result of injuries they sustained before Christmas. Kouassi Eboue was suspected to have malaria, spending a day in hospital but returned today (Tuesday) for light training after being given the all-clear. Mikael Lustig was taken off at half-time on Sunday with a back problem. Erik Sviatchenko returns from a one-match suspension which he served against Albion Rovers.
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  32. By Joe O'Rourke CSC President. http://www.thecsa.co.uk/viewtopic.php?t=1914#.WGZYqUstcUc.facebook
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  35. Someone IMHO is due a wee hiding from us goals have dried up a little of late considering chances that have been created
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  37. They have let us off lightly after previous threats to close stands etc. I don't think they will be so lenient next time. There will be a next time.
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  42. i'd take: Benfica / Sevilla / Club Brugge for a fighting chance of post Xmas jaunts Barca / Dortmund / Sporting CP for for great times on the road.... HH & KTF nechayev
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  43. Listen we are in the CL happy days but it was the wrong starting 11 and the wrong subs at the wrong times! We'll take it though. Hail Hail
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  44. I have to say I'm sad it never worked out for him at Celtic. Seems a good player. All the best to him now.
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  46. Last night could have been our most embarrassing defeat in Europe yet, but it doesn't matter as its only half time and we should come back and win at Celtic Park. Last night we watched our team play their first game under Brendan Rodgers and I believe it was an eye opening moment not only for the Celtic fans but also for the manager himself. We can talk about an artificial pitch or how dry the pitch looked but the truth is we are Celtic a full time football club with full time professionals and we should be smashing any team the same calibre of Lincoln Red Imps on any surface and anywhere. Another excuse that comes through is the fitness levels of the players being at the start of preseason but I'm sure that Red Imps are at the same stage of their preseason. Another thing we can blame is the fact we got a perfectly good goal chopped off, an own goal by Raul Navas the goalkeeper for the Red Imps but we should be able to score at least 2 goals against teams like these, and lets be honest after they took the lead they had another 1 or 2 chances to stretch their lead further. Now lets talk about Brendan Rodgers a manager who came up here touted as a Messiah, a footballing genius who is going to turn Celtic into a force again within the Champions League after the two season's we've whimpered through with Ronny Delia. Last night we looked exactly the same as we have played in the last season and Brendan stood on that touch line not knowing what to do, just like previous managers before him, Mowbray and Delia. That's all I will say about him as it's his first competitive game but I'm sure managers like Lennon and O'Neill would have kicked the players up the arse. It's clear that Brendan is not a miracle worker, he has to get rid of a lot of the players that are currently on the payroll at Celtic and bring in his own players, there are only a handful of players worth keeping and those are, Sviachenko, Leigh Griffiths, Kieran Tierney (who also had a shocker last night). I think its clear after his form in the second half of the season last year and the match yesterday Scott Brown's days must be numbered, he looks a completely different player. There should be at least 6 or 7 players leaving parkhead this summer and hopefully we will see some good signings brought in by Rodgers with the board giving him a suitable backing or this whole thing is not going to work. It doesn't matter if we go out and beat Red Imps 4 or 5 nothing at home. This team needs to be refreshed.
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  47. Let's just hope there's fewer shitebags.
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  48. Stoksie has been good for us, just a shame the way the last season has gone, he would have been more effective than carlton cole and kazim richards.
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  50. The singing section will have an even better atmosphere/experience. This can only be good for everyone. Kudos Celtic.
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