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5 games in December, 5 poor results to avenge

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Celtic have five games still to play this month against teams they have recorded two draws, three defeats and no wins against this season.  Hearts and Rangers conformably recorded home wins against Celtic while St Johnstone won at Celtic Park.  Udinese were fortunate to escape Glasgow with a point thanks to a late penalty, while Kilmarnock demonstrated their unpredictability by taking, then losing, a three goal lead.

There was a bit of optimistic chat over the weekend that three of our next four league games are at home but these are the teams we need to beat to win the league.  If Celtic come through this month unscathed in domestic football they will win the league, but despite current good form, this will be a huge challenge, starting against Hearts at 15:00 on Saturday.

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  1. Bulging eyes can be caused by a few things. One over active thyroid or sumdaes got their finger up your jacksia!!

     

     

    HaiL HaiL

  2. Celtforlife – I am being neither optimistic nor pessimistic. I am being realistic. What you are suggesting doesn’t stand up to scrutiny. Arressted sums being paid after the 14 weeks to the arrestor makes no difference to the arrestee.

     

     

    Put it like this if your bank arrests £500 out of your account and says we will pay this to Celtic as you owe them for your season book but we will pay it in 14 weeks. How would it be 14 weeks down the line, when the bank actually pays the sum that it took out of your account, that it effects your cashflow rather than immediatly?

  3. Neil Lennon is (and always will be) a Celtforlife (*O*) says:

     

     

    Naw your just failing to understand what is actually going on. Rogue Leader is bang on the money.

     

     

    What huns are lining up at mass to pray recently for is that CW gets us much cally doh from them as possible before Her Majesty hoovers it all up. That way there is more chance of long term hun survival.

     

     

    about 0.0000021 % more but it is still a possibility

     

     

    Hail Hail

  4. Got an Aussie/Greek in my office Theo Saurus. He takes a ribbing for it, but his sister is called Dina.

  5. Neil Lennon is (and always will be) a Celtforlife (*O

     

     

    he borrowed N million 5 weeks ago most expert reckon between 1-2m quid from a company called Close.

     

     

    He managed this by selling off future income from the Broxy Burger van. Bunch a fat bassies you know

     

     

    since October nobody working for Hun FC has paid tax or NI better in the hun bank account than HMRC

     

     

    They played HSV and had a home game yesterday this will keep them going until January.

     

     

    Hail Hail

  6. Neil Lennon’s three predecessors have all gone to North East England.

     

     

    First I’d heard MON, was a Sunderland fan when he was a ‘wee boy’ living in Ireland?

  7. Celtforlife – Where is the money? I have no idea. There must be some money somewhere as a respected billionaire venture capitalist like Craig Whyte certainly wouldn’t be involved in anything like trading whilst insolvent.

  8. Philbhoy - It's just the beginning! on

    I remember an intimation in one of our more salubrious daily’s announcing the death of one –

     

     

    Hugh Jarse.

     

     

    Apparently it was a wind up.

     

     

    Sorry if been posted already.

  9. jeez_I_thought_blinker_was_pants

     

     

    I asked if anyone was interested to try and contact me off line to prevent Paul67 getting into any trouble but now I think it is indeed legal.

     

     

    I have been using it for two years. I asked Token Tim to get me a list of those who might be interested as I dont want to bother this guys with drips and drops and also the more we get the more likely it is to be cheaper.

     

     

    For this solution though you will need broadband and a dish (definitely)

     

     

    Hail Hail

  10. BOBBY MURDOCH'S CURLED-UP WINKLEPICKERS on

    The Token Tim says:

     

     

    5 December, 2011 at 13:06

     

     

    On separate note altogether, its probably been mentioned over the weekend by others, but had a very good night out indeed last Friday with several CQNers of the Fat Bhoy Slim variety (still dunno where the slim fits in, as Lennybhoy apart, slim was in scarce attendance!)

     

     

    Additionally have to say that we met a certain previous CQN hot topic of debate in the person of Aiden McGeady.

     

     

    The bhoy was superb. Took time out from his night out with his mates, to have a chat with us, sign autographs (for our own kids…honest!) and have photos taken separately and in groups with us.

     

    Fair play to the Bhoy, despite most of us being hauf-cut, he willingly (probably not gladly ;-)) did all of the above.

     

     

    Top Bhoy Aiden.

     

     

    HAIL! HAIL! to you and Thank You……just in case you (or more likely, certain members of your family) happen to read this!

     

     

    HAIL! HAIL!

     

    Token

     

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    I’m not really surprised by that,though I am delighted by his reaction.

     

     

    Aiden knows where he comes from,and I might envy the wealth that his talent has brought him,but I do not grudge it for that very reason.

     

     

    Well done,son,

  11. I did a teaching practice in a north Glasgow school. In the same class there were two Michael Jacksons and a Diana Ross!

  12. bournesouprecipe says:

     

    5 December, 2011 at 16:25

     

     

    There was an article in the Celtic View when MOn was manager of Celtic or in the programme. Possibly when we were due to play Sunderland. He was a Sunderland fan as a kid. It was all to do with a player who was his hero who played at Sunderland.

     

     

    LB

  13. BOBBY MURDOCH'S CURLED-UP WINKLEPICKERS on

    BOURNESOUPRECIPE

     

     

    I had heard tales that Sunderland were his English team-we all had one,mine was Newcastle till the beast took over-even when he was at Leicester.

     

     

    True or not,I wish him every success,he will need more than our good wishes.

     

     

    Not sure that Robbo is going with him,according to reports,which I find very surprising. Walford is,though.

  14. The Battered Bunnet on

    White out over the Dechmont Massif. Take care coming home.

     

     

    How long before it’s Whyte Out over Ibrox way?

  15. Neil Lennon is (and always will be) a Celtforlife (*O*) s

     

     

    Christmas merchandise roon Ibrox way could be like the Beatles tour of American when it comes to merchandise especially xmas merchandise ..not that the Beatles saw any of it.

     

     

    WHAT IS FASCINATING THOUGH IS WHY WOULD ANY PLAYER MOVE ON. WAIT TWO WEEKS AND SAVE YOURSELF MILLIONS OR DO YOU LOVE CRAIG WHYTE THAT MUCH AS IT PROBABLY WONT EVEN SAVE THE HUN

     

     

    Hail Hail

     

     

    p.s I bet its the Norn IRON prods that hang on and screw the bears

  16. johann murdoch says:

     

    5 December, 2011 at 16:27

     

    Mrs M once again coming in her new transport into glasgow to pick me up…anyone need a lift home along M8 west?

     

     

     

    here’s my 2 but they never get forced labour -)

     

     

    http://tinypic.com/r/2l8akv6/5

  17. MON also never claimed to be much of a Celtic supporter as a boy as far asI can recall. I think Sunderland were his first club and Celtic were his second club.

     

    Someone may know better than I do though.

     

     

    LB

  18. jeez_I_thought_blinker_was_pants on

    Awe Naw..

     

     

    If ever anything happens my email is : franky7-1again@tiscali (add .co.uk)

     

     

    Hail Hail

  19. Awe_Naw at 16:38

     

     

    An ENglish team …. YUK …get away eeeeeehhhh….

     

     

    Yep. Such is the power of the english game’s marketing machine.

     

     

    Mort