Bogus issues and a Good Old Celtic debate


I’ve not spent a lot of time online this week (work sometimes creeps in) but can’t believe the amount of traction that notion that Sevco would somehow be able to acquire SFA membership of a dead club, with all associated benefits, but be in a position to dictate set terms on how past misdeeds of Rangers would be recorded.

This is a bogus debate which serves only to deflect from the more serious issues facing Sevco, namely, do they have circa £25m to pay their way this season?  If not, their pedantic views of disciplinary matters are moot, although they may be used as a principled excuse to fold a football club.

On more positive matters……….

Tony Hamilton asked me into the Celtic TV to discuss various issues surrounding the club.  We spoke about how recent events elsewhere have had a galvanising impact on supporters of Celtic and other clubs, where Celtic’s future should be.  I also gave a breakdown of what the death of Rangers would mean financially to Celtic, with or without Champions League group stage qualification, talked about how it would benefit the entire Scottish game if we found a new league to play in, and the great atmosphere we have at Celtic Park these days – which you can experience if you buy a season ticket, which you absolutely-without-a-doubt-should!

Do it now.  The video is below:

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  1. traditionalist88 on

    Neil canamalar Lennon



    True, they won’t be playing much soccerball right enough, so wiki may have been right the first time;)




  2. traditionalist88 on

    makes you wonder who has arranged that





    Peter Lawwell I believe.



    The huns just hate newco listing;)




  3. Brogan Rogan Trevino and Hogan supports Kano 1000 on




    Any Mods around?



    As there is a wee supplementary in the “waiting room”!

  4. Steinreignedsupreme on

    !!Bada Bing!! on 26 July, 2012 at 16:57:



    I agree with a lot of that. I think investment will be given to Lenny if we qualify for the Champions League or if we sell someone (Ki for example). That’s the reality of where we are – just like Ajax, Arsenal, Hamburg, ect, ect…



    The problem with selling someone is it is not as straightforward as Celtic deciding they can cash in on a player when they feel like it. Other parties are involved. A buying club may not want to invest until the end of the transfer window, or the player may be holding out in the hope of attracting another team. In that respect it is out of Celtic’s hands.



    In the meantime we have to go with a squad that showed signs of promise in Europe last season. I can handle that.

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

    It won’t be Beckham that lights the Olympic flame!



    There are too many living olympic legends who are much more likely to get the gig.



    I’ve got nothing against beckham apart from thinking he is a jammy, thick, no bad fitba player whose management team magnified and publicised the very few qualities he had.



    Gawd, think what they coulda done wi me!

  6. Philbhoy – It’s just the beginning! on 26 July, 2012 at 17:27 said:





    Your PR men are doing a great job on here with your posts.


    You have become a legend in your own lunchtime.

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




    …praise indeed!



    Thank you my friend!




  8. istanbulcelt on

    1. galbhoy 75 on 26 July, 2012 at 14:45 said:


    Afternoon bhoys and ghrils workin down beside Hampden and jist seen Lenny , Parker and Neil’s son gettin dropped off pos scouting for players what do we think





    Wrong, Neil has a press conference at 18.00. He is being made to apologise for The Korean flag mix up. Apparently that was his fault an all.

  9. googybhoy ♥ Celtic on 26 July, 2012 at 17:29 said:


    You have become a legend in your own lunchtime.




    ‘legned’ surely, see Paul67 a few articles ago

  10. lennon's passion on

    Steinreignedsupreme on 26 July, 2012 at 17:26 said:



    Don`t panic plenty offers on the table for our players.

  11. Ron Bacardi on 26 July, 2012 at 17:35 said:


    googybhoy ♥ Celtic on 26 July, 2012 at 17:29 said:


    You have become a legend in your own lunchtime.




    ‘legned’ surely, see Paul67 a few articles ago







    Are you saying Philbhoy is a legned?



    Very harsh

  12. traditionalist88 on

    I had never been on a visit to a hun forum in my life until about 6 weeks ago and now I’m never off it ! Must register soon and get involved in the debate. Current top thread on RM is entitled ‘Maybe somethings happened’, started by Sherlock Holmes who noticed a Sky truck near Ibrox and thinks there may be a big story about to break. Gripping.

  13. Philbhoy – It’s just the beginning! on 26 July, 2012 at 17:40 said:


    Are you two gangin’ up on me?




    Not me Philbhoy.


    Having a quiet pint watching UAE v Uruguay in Olympics from Old Trafford.

  14. Oh no, it starts tomorrow, over 2 weeks of people running and jumping etc..then giving each other expensive shiny medals..think i’ll throw my t.v. out the window,its doing my nut in already,..olympics this,..olympics that…gimme a break .

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




    I was joking although appreciated your “very harsh” comment.



    I’m watching that game too with a bottle of SE Australian Shiraz.



    Take care bud.

  16. CELTIC star Ki Sung Yueng helped earn South Korea a goalless draw with Mexico in their opening match at the 2012 Olympics this afternoon, (Thursday).



    The first game in Group B saw the midfielder play 90 minutes at St James´ Park in Newcastle. Gabon v Switzerland takes place later this evening to determine the group standings after the first day of the mens´ football.



    South Korea´s next match is on Sunday when they take on Switzerland at 5.15pm

  17. •-:¦:-•** -:¦:- sparkleghirl :¦:-.•**• -:¦:-• on

    traditionalist88 on 26 July, 2012 at 17:44 said:



    I too had come to enjoy an occasional surveillance mission over on the dark side until my laptop stopped working ‘inexplicably’. Totally dead, no explanation and no cure.



    I bland dark forces and don’t go back there now.

  18. •-:¦:-•** -:¦:- sparkleghirl :¦:-.•**• -:¦:-• on

    I blame. Blame blame blame. I blame.

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

    •-:¦:-•** -:¦:- sparkleghirl :¦:-.•**• -:¦:-•



    I knew what you meant!

  20. sparkleghirl,


    everyone must be aware of the consequences of visiting the dark side,


    you have probably got off lightly with only a knackered laptop,


    you could have suffered Poltergeist type visits or be possessed


    by the ghost of Bill Struth

  21. googybhoy


    bet they could hardly concentrate for laffin at


    the North Korean flag episode…



    Koo Ja-Cheol tae Ki Sung-Yeung…


    “hhhaarr haa dyae see yon bawbags yisterdaie…hhhaaarrr haa”


    Ki Sung-Yeung tae Koo Ja-Cheol…


    “hhaarrr ah no man hhhhaaa bunch ah wallappers hhhaaarrr”

  22. Neil canamalar Lennon hunskelper extrordinaire on



    Paul67 sacked all the mods, they were rubbish, like all modern things.


    looking forward to the additional information, I take it a bit of colusion just turned up another twist


    dont delay

  23. Kilbowie Kelt on

    I don’t expect I enough time left in my life that I would want to throw any of it away.





    I am prepared to make an exception for the next two weeks of shrieking, drum beating, mind numbing inanity to which we are about to be subjected.


    Women’s weightlifting.


    Synchronised swimming.


    Coxless Pairs,… O my God.



    I have never experienced two weeks in Barlinnie, but I cannot think of a better time to give it a try.




  24. TopCorner on 26 July, 2012 at 18:01 said:




    Stewart Regan has called for a review of the flag issue by an Independent Appellate.



    It does not involve Rangers so it is referred to them.

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