Aspirations low for Paris but not meaningless


We’ve seen dead rubbers away to tier one Champions League teams before and they’ve not been pretty. Celtic still have Europa Cup football to target, but it is unlikely Brendan Rodgers will put too much hope into collecting the necessary points in Paris tomorrow evening.

It is more important that we mature our ability to perform at this level. We need to return to a similar environment next season packing more of a punch that we do right now. This is not the most aspirational aim a Celtic team has had in Europe, but I would settle for it.





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  1. To football matters. Hope all you Bhoys lucky enough to be in Paree today have a great day, green with envy but glad you made it to represent the best fans in the world.

  2. Bhoys enjoy the trip. Stuck watching it on tele this time but hey ho.


    Give it our best shot tonight is all we can ask.



  3. Hunderbirds are Gone on

    Ok, after last nights stuffing of the Crookies, here are my Super Yankee (Canadian) selections for tonight’s assault on their obscene profits.



    CSKA Moscow V Benfica – CSKA to win.


    Sporting Lisbon V Olympiakos- Sporting to win.


    Juventus V Barcelona – Barca to win.


    Basel V Man Utd – Draw.


    Atletico Madrid V Roma – Draw.



    10p Canadian is a £2.60 stake. Potential return is £51.40.



    Don’t like betting on Celtic games, but had to take Boyata as an anytime scorer at 17-1 with Paddy Power.



    Corner anyone?



    Lightningcantstriketwicecanit? CSC

  4. Celtic wonderkid Karamoko Dembele’s brother wins EFL young player of the month award



    The 21-year-old is in his first season at the club but is impressing at the League Two outfit.




    Karamoko Dembele might be being tipped for big things at Celtic but older brother Siriki is showcasing his own skills down in England.



    The attacker plays in League Two for Grimbsy Town and has scored four goals this season.



    His impressive performances have resulted in him being named as the English Football League’s young player of the month for October.





    Celtic wonderkid Karamoko Dembele shows off stunning technique in Lennoxtown training video




    Message to Brendan Rodgers,



    Play KARAMOKO DEMBELE from the start v PSG tonight…not only would this kid give the PSG defence the runaround, but he would upstage the brat Neymar and his mates !


    PSG – 1 V KARAMOKO DEMBELE – 5….Correct score…right whats the feckin odds at the bookies ?





  5. About to watch that Tory Twit Hammonds Budget today on BBC 2.


    This is the Chump who claimed that there was NO people unemployed in Britain on the Andrew Marr show last Sunday ???????



    This Chump is giving control of the UK financies…and yet forgets about 1.5 Million folk being unemployed !

  6. BMCUW @ 10.50 hrs



    I sincerely hope that we don’t see a return of“booze cruises” but this min alcohol pricing policy is a bold move. Whether it has the desired result remains to be seen. But nevertheless it is a policy that hammers the poorest drinkers and completely exempts the rich: Incidentally some of the best paid professionals have some of the highest alcoholism rates.




  7. Have the Huns issued a statement yet ?


    Some Huns will be hoping to profit at the bookies tonight with PSG V Celtic ?



    Lets also hope that Celtic have those Huns ripping up their bookie slips tonight…..even just ONE Celtic goal should be enough ?



  8. Nicola Sturgeon was smashing bottles of Champagne against boats yesterday ?????????



    I remember in my younger days I tried to join the Royal Navy.


    During my interview for the job, this Admiral said,


    ” We’ll Big Jimmy….so you wish to join the Royal Navy….tell me….. can you swim” ?



    ” Why…have ye no goat any feckin boats” ?…….was my reply



  9. BIG JIMMY on 22ND NOVEMBER 2017 11:51 AM



    Yer a man after my own heart.


    But you missed some thing out. What about the ladies? ;-)

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