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  1. voguepunter on

    Sips

     

     

    nae money crosses palms for friends .Just no where near DB,sorry bhud.

  2. Good evening Championees

     

     

    Hope some of the more sour-mood posters obtained a wee bit of joy today.

     

     

    Even if it was not vintage it was a league win and it was a very rare 5iar.

     

     

    Milk it for all you can with every fan of a losing team you meet.

     

     

    I said at every stage of this season we would win by 8 to 12 points. Looks like it could be more than I anticipated and with many more goals scored than last year.

     

     

    OK there is the defensive record but tonight is not a night for looking on the down side.

     

     

    Enjoy the feeling!

  3. TCR

     

     

    Sorry pal but I’m tied down for next few weeks, it’ll happen at some stage.

     

     

    Enjoy the pints , great evening for it.

  4. TheLurkinTim on

    CRC,

     

     

    Great news for us losers, how about introducing a new clause…..no winners & all monies raised gets donated ;-))

     

     

    H.H.

  5. thetimreaper on

    CRC

     

     

    Maybe needs a wee tweak. Will never be won at this rate. Could add a few more fixtures for each round.

  6. Gerryfaethebrig on

    CRC & Jobo

     

     

    Have a wee minute to your good selfs tonight and have a right pat on the back……

     

     

    You both have made LMS a quite an amazing charity …. Well done bhoys !

  7. DUSHANBE BHILLY BHOY on

    JUNGLE JIM HOT SMOKED on 8TH MAY 2016 8:32 PM

     

    Dunshanbe

     

     

    Thanks for that but I agree with Gordon64 re leaving it for another time.

     

     

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    Appreciate your view, but is your response not just a euphemism for further brushing of Heyshel under the carpet? We have all waited since 1985 for justice.

     

     

    BTW, this article I sent earlier was written by a Liverpool supporter.

     

     

    http://www.theanfieldwrap.com/2013/05/what-about-justice-for-heysel/

     

     

     

    ……..and it’s “Dushanbe”, (capital of Tajikistan where I live) not DUNshanbe

  8. Jungle Jim Hot Smoked on

    The Huddle

     

    I do not know what your background is but people at the top level of football in Scotland rate Scott Brown very highly. It is possible that you ( and MIT!!) are correct and they are wrong but it is unlikely.

     

    Cheerio for sure this time ( …and Sportscene is on. Be interesting if they show the foul that led to the free kick which led to the second goal. From where I sat, it looked a good and fair tackle.).

     

     

    JJ

  9. the_huddle on 8th May 2016 9:04 pm

     

     

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    You obviously have a chip on your shoulder regards our captain.

     

     

    I can’t be bothered to argue with the rhetoric regards his inability to match Messi in the control and passing categories. I hear it from too many chumps with a one-dimensional comprehension of what constitutes a functioning football team.

     

     

    I cannot, almost, also be bothered to point out to you that a team of 11 Messis would win fckall.

     

     

    A team requires, at its heart, dig, grit and character; e.g Roy Keane at Man U; see every successful side, ever.

     

     

    What Broon lacks in refinement he has more than made up for in drive and leadership. Fully fit, his performances during the Lenny era in the Champions League were match-winning, orchestrating the high-pressing and high-tempo performances that allowed us to compete at that level; he set the intensity, the rest took his lead.

     

     

    You’re flippant condemnation is way off the mark. He has been a very good captain of Celtic.

  10. voguepunter on

    PARK ROAD 67 on 8TH MAY 2016 9:07 PM

     

    VoguePunter /Jungle Jim

     

     

     

    I worked in Birmingham late 70″s early 80″s followed VILLA and witnessed Liverpool fans first hand , not nice guys ! I was on the Holte End at Villa for the last time before they pulled it down and that was against Liverpool , Villa fans were of the opinion it was because of them that standing was outlawed !

     

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    No offence meant…WTF is that to do with Heysel?

  11. VP…

     

     

    I know all about the kind hearted big Tim you are. HH

     

     

    The priest was on the ball today…I know you are all Celtic men but could you make sure your phones are on silent, I asked him if he was a hibee( being in Edinburgh) with a wink of his eye…he replied, I just say I’m a livi fan to keep the peace.

     

     

    Looking forward to watching the highlights, hopefully we get the coverage we deserve, I won’t hold my breath though.

  12. Gerryfaethebrig on

    Lurgan57

     

     

    Nothing to apologise mate, my wee girl was born on the 10/09/2008, the same day wee Oscar was born….that wee bhoy fought many more battles than the lot of us put together

  13. Jungle Jim Hot Smoked on

    I`ll get away eventually!

     

     

    Dushanbe,

     

    No,I have no desire for Heysel ( not Heyshel ! ) to be brushed under the carpet. I just feel that tonight should be a happy, Champions night.

  14. SFTB

     

    Having gone into the ground early today for the 96 tribute

     

    The Celtic team were out warming up when I got in

     

    There was 7, yip 7 coaches or whatever, out with the team

     

    John Collins, John Kennedy included

  15. Park Road 67 on

    Voguepunter

     

     

    No offence taken but who do you think was responsible for the deaths at Heysel ?

  16. Sandman on 8th May 2016 9:19 pm

     

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    You obviously have a chip on your shoulder regards our captain

     

     

    I can’t be bothered to argue with the rhetoric regards his inability to match Messi in the control and passing categories. I hear it from too many chumps with a one-dimensional comprehension of what constitutes a functioning football team.

     

     

    I cannot, almost, also be bothered to point out to you that a team of 11 Messis would win fckall.

     

    A team requires, at its heart, dig, grit and character; e.g Roy Keane at Man U; see every successful side, ever.

     

     

    What Broon lacks in refinement he has more than made up for in drive and leadership. Fully fit, his performances during the Lenny era in the Champions League were match-winning, orchestrating the high-pressing and high-tempo performances that allowed us to compete at that level; he set the intensity, the rest took his lead.

     

    You’re flippant condemnation is way off the mark. He has been a very good captain of Celtic.

     

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    Utter rubbish, i judge every football player on their football ability. I’d take 11 Messi’s over 11 Brown.

  17. TheLurkinTim on

    Must watch prog on BBC2 just now about Hillsborough…..but I can’t watch….

     

     

    H.H.

  18. Gerryfaethebrig on

    Park Road 67

     

     

    Is that not a topic for another day ?

     

     

    The Ibrox disaster…….not one living soul should go to a game of football and not come home !

  19. PARK ROAD 67…

     

     

    No offence taken but who do you think was responsible for the deaths at Heysel ?

     

     

    What relevance does Heysel and the disaster have to anything? There was no cover up, no institutional and governmental conspiracy to blame the victims. The cause was clear and punishment was meted out.

     

     

    Linking Heysel with Hillsborough is distasteful in the extreme. 96 innocent people died. Linking them in any with with Heysel is unconscionable.

     

     

    I’m really struggling to understand your motive or your point.

     

     

    /p

  20. Gerry

     

    Yes the Wee man fought many battles and his parents Leona and Stephen fought until the end a credit and an example to us all

     

    L57

  21. the_huddle on 8th May 2016 9:26 pm

     

     

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    You’re not getting this outlandish ‘football team’ philosophy, are you?

  22. PARK ROAD 67

     

    This is an abridged version of the final chapter of From Where I Was Standing, Chris Rowland’s tale of the trip to Brussels with his usual collection of match-going mates, and how events, after a care-free journey, took a turn for the worse.

     

     

    Chapter 10 In Conclusion: https://tomkinstimes.com/2013/05/heysel-25-years-on-book-extract/

     

    I suggest you take 30 minutes out and read it – you might (just might) get a better understanding of the circumstances surrounding that fateful night.

  23. Sandman on 8th May 2016 9:34 pm

     

     

    the_huddle on 8th May 2016 9:26 pm

     

     

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    You’re not getting this outlandish ‘football team’ philosophy, are you?

     

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    Yep football is something I’ve just stumbled onto

  24. GERRYFAETHEBRIG…

     

     

     

    Is that not a topic for another day ?

     

     

    I agree. But I’d go a bit further – For another day or in a completely different context.

     

     

    The Ibrox disaster…….not one living soul should go to a game of football and not come home !

     

     

    Again, you’re correct. The Ibrox disaster is a stain on the history of the game. Innocent people died. And died unnecessarily. It’s a tragedy.

     

     

    /p

  25. As the guy says in the heysel blog Liverpool done wrong but it doesn’t stop the right for then to grieve and fight for the wrong that happened 4 years later.

     

     

    It also doesn’t stop any fan showing solidarity with them. Those who went to football in the 80s all have a tale where it could have been them. I had a conversion with one of the girls from the HJC group and we spoke about this and also the the commemoration game.

     

     

    As the article says Liverpool recognise Heysel now. Justice is in the hands of the old lady of turin. Not Merseyside.

  26. blantyretim is praying for the Knox family on

    Had a wonderful day today

     

    A lovely first communion for a lovely we girl who knows nothing about football

     

    Ended up in Larkhall and those bhoys n ghirls know how to party

     

     

    Work tomorrow but I’ll wake up a tim as always and as ever thankful for the honour and luck to have been born one

  27. Gerryfaethebrig on

    Macjay

     

     

    Not sure when (or if) you catch this post but a massive Hail Hail from Coatbrig to my fellow Celtic fan ……. I know your one of the good guys

  28. THELURKINTIM on 8TH MAY 2016 9:28 PM

     

    Must watch prog on BBC2 just now about Hillsborough…..but I can’t watch….

     

     

     

    H.H.

     

     

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    Felt the same, switched it on and switched over, not through lack off respect but will watch it later in the week. HH

  29. Celticrollercoaster supporting Shay,our bhoy wonder along the way on

    Bhoys & Ghirls

     

     

    Thanks for all the comments re LMS7. Really appreciated the ideas and suggestions. Very humble indeed

     

     

    There will be no triple rollover as we will amend the rules accordingly for LMS8 based on feedback

     

     

    Thanks for all your support for Helping Shay along the Way! You have helped raise him a wee fortune over the season which is much needed for his treatment. His parents Tam and Mary, both 25, send their love and thanks as does Shay. You have all been an inspiration.

     

     

    HH

     

     

    CRC

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