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  1. Delighted with the performance. Patrick Roberts looks to be well worth the loan deal. A few on here questioned the decision to bring him in but he looks every bit the quality player we were hoping for.

     

     

    However, it’s important to note that Brown could well have been sent of. No ifs or buts.

     

     

    That red card could have made things difficult and a poor result would have meant “Ronny oot” would start again.

  2. Dallas Dallas where the heck is Dallas on

    EKbhoy, the Hearts players showed the same ‘commitment’ their coach showed as a player. Leaving a foot in, barging, shoving and always in the match officials coupons.

     

     

    He was always at the fourth official, in the first half, when a decision went against Hearts. Madden had to speak to him twice about his comments to the fourth official.

  3. BMCUW

     

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    Thanks again Bobby.

     

    But, yer saying that it’s all about money.

     

    Ye see, we took in what ? Almost £50 million for

     

    Vic 67

     

    VVD

     

    FF

     

    Ki

     

    …thing is, how much of that windfall re-appeared back onto the pitch ?

     

    It’s all about money but, more importantly….it’s how we use the money.

     

    In terms of – the quality of the product in the dug out which, will take care of the quality of the product on the pitch.

     

    This philosophy was ditched when, MO’N left and…Lawwell and Park got their hauns dipped in the gravy.

     

    Since then, 40,000 empty seats have appeared(Saturday excepted).

     

    And yet, the fans keep coming back – paying for season books and then canny be bothered turning up to watch the product on the pitch.

     

    Worse still – the 200-odd Green brigade heroes apart – the rest of the crowd, the majority…sit there playing with their phones ?!?!?

     

    Again, the money has to be used properly.

     

    The problem is….not one person from the hierarchy with any ‘clout’ wants to put the product in the dug out and, on the pitch as a priority.

     

    Celtic will slowly die…..if that disny change…imho.

     

    So, so sad.

     

    HH

  4. BRTH

     

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    Hail Hail Sir.

     

    I know that you must be a busy mhan so, thanks for yer reply about,

     

    George Thom.

     

    Hail Hail

     

    Btw…guid luck to yerself and, the rest of the Res : 12 Rebel Band.

  5. CORKCELT

     

     

    We have only one more win than Aberdeen and one more draw than them.

     

    Not such a great advantage for this stage of the season and certainly no room for complacency.

  6. BOBBY MURDOCH'S CURLED-UP WINKLEPICKERS on

    KEVJ

     

     

    Totally agree about the quality on the pitch,and my opinion on PL’s stewardship is well-documented.

     

     

    It seems to take the form of having plans in place to combat a drop in income. And then implementing them,causing a drop in income.

  7. embramike says "the Huns are Deid" on

    Boerrigter nets Celtic exit

     

     

    CELTIC flop Derk Boerrigter has finally negotiated an end to his Parkhead hell, with reports the Dutch winger has agreed a pay-off with Hoops chiefs.

  8. The only reason that Celtic won on Saturday is because – Calum Paterson was injured :)

     

    Nah, seriously…CP is like a young Roy Aitken.

     

    In the summer…..

     

    Sign John McGinn, Calum Paterson, Peter Grant jr, Jordan Larsson(for development)

     

    and, gie the keys of the dug-oot tae

     

    Big-Hun-Skelping-Mind-Games-McGhee(he’ll probaly ‘do’ Ronny again on Saturday)

     

    The flags of the Underdog fly

     

    high and, proud on the ole

     

    Jungle roof.

     

    Bring back the Jungle – Bring back the Cellic.

  9. KEVJUNGLE on 4TH APRIL 2016 9:40 AM

     

     

    a) To a certain extent Celtic need to sell players to get by.

     

     

    b) The club simply couldn’t sustain MON’s spending.

  10. BOBBY MURDOCH’S CURLED-UP WINKLEPICKERS on 4th April 2016 9:53 am

     

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    They’re getting away wi it coz there izny any

     

    evil-mibbery-assisted-huns breathing doon they’re necks…imho

     

    HH

  11. BRTH

     

     

    Warburton’s 4 year old team has never won a league.

     

     

    They are on the cusp of winning their 3rd Divisional Title in 4 years, but only the winners of the top tier can be the League Champions.

     

     

    That would be us, at the moment, with tomorrow night’s match going a long way to deciding whether that remains the case. It would be a fantastic 3 points to win before the sheep head for Tynecastle.

     

     

    ‘Mon The Mighty Hoops (in advance).

  12. Timaloy29 on 4th April 2016 9:55 am

     

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    Hail Hail fella, hope yer well.

     

    Well, it’s as MO’N said it would be when he left….Celtic in the slow lane.

     

    HH

  13. cathedral view on

    EKBHOY,

     

     

    “I can only assume that the lack of coverage on the BBC means that than none of our lhads merited a card.”

     

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    Spot on.

     

    Sportscene has never been slow in highlighting potential post match overtime opportunities for the video review dept. of the SFA.

     

     

    Has anyone any information on how T.Rogic is doing. Last seen staggering semi-concussed up the tunnel. To the refs credit he stopped the game to allow our player to be subbed as he was clearly struggling.

     

     

    Haven’t seen attempted headers like that since Cousin and Prso played for a now defunct Glasgow side.

     

     

    cv

  14. BOBBY MURDOCH'S CURLED-UP WINKLEPICKERS on

    TIMALOY29

     

     

    Without the MON spend,do you think he would have overturned the previous season 21 point deficit?

  15. The Resolute Mr Pastry on

    JJHS@9:09 – There was much talk among our company, all were ‘present and correct’, it has not always been the case this year, that they felt the Kilmarnock result and the way it was achieved, felt like a turning-point.

     

     

    Sometimes you have to almost hit rock-bottom before you start the climb back – a draw at Kilmarnock would have been rock-bottom in my book – but hey, we got the win via a fabulous goal – now a convincing win at Dundee would be just what the doctor ordered.

     

     

    Motherwell will be a ‘hold your breath’ match – they are on a good run, we might have to settle for a point.

     

     

    Four points from these two games will could see us eight points in front going into the split – feel that Aberdeen will be lucky to get a draw on Friday at Tynecastle.

     

     

    So a big fourteen days ahead culminating with the Hampden game – this is ‘stand up and be counted’ time for Ronny and the players – fans must also play their part – no more negative booing, or getting on certain players’ backs.

     

     

    If we lost the league and let Sevco beat us – this would be a very dark season indeed – fear of losing must also be our spur.

  16. GlassTwoThirdsFull on

    Turkeybhoy on 4th April 2016 9:16 am

     

     

     

    JJHS,

     

     

     

     

    I could never have such an imagination to enable me to write guff like that.LOL.

     

     

     

     

    LOOKING THROUGH ALL THE smsm TODAY,ITS AN ALL OUT ASSAULT ON US,AND RD,AND A MASSIVE LOVE IN FOR SEVCO.Oh,and now Kieran is off to Liverpool !!!!!!!!!.

     

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    Well to be fair, they need something to fill their pages after having to pull their 12-page Sevco title-winning specials!

  17. glendalystonsils on

    cathedral view on 4th April 2016 10:05 am

     

     

    According to Stewart and Thomson on last night’s Sportscene, the assault on Rogic wasn’t even a foul!

     

     

    Maybe big Tom has ‘Mitre’ tattooed on his head and that confused the Hearts player

  18. BRTH

     

     

    Thanks for responding to my whinge about inaccuracies in the phrases used by the media outlets related to old and new club.

     

     

    I’m hoping that Res 12 is not all our eggs in the bracket. And equally hoping that it does succeed.

     

     

    I think entities like The Clumpany and Phil and CQN are good outlets for highlighting the issues. Unfortunately these are mostly preaching to the converted.

     

     

    For my part, I’ve started responding via Twitter and emails to the offending outlets. Unfortunately time restrictions mean I can’t dedicate enough focus on this to have a meaningful impact.

     

     

    However if “we” all did a small bit, the cumulative effect may be significant enough to cause a re-think.

     

     

    Simply ignoring, not buying, cancelling subscription, is a good start. But affirmative action on top of these would be more likely to produce the desired outcome.

  19. BOBBY MURDOCH'S CURLED-UP WINKLEPICKERS on

    GLENDALYSTONSILS

     

     

    It wasn’t,they are correct.

     

     

    It was a carbon copy of the challenge on Lustig for their goal.

     

     

    No foul given then,the only difference being the amount of contact,not the intention behind it.

  20. BOBBY MURDOCH'S CURLED-UP WINKLEPICKERS on

    SUPERSUTTON

     

     

    WTF are you wasting time for on here?

     

     

    Get back to your Twitter account(!)

  21. Boerrigter exit, I would like that confirmed.The big hoos he was building must be nearly finished.His time here is a sad reflection on himself as a professional and us as a club in how we carry out due process when signing a player.

     

    HH

  22. BOBBY MURDOCH'S CURLED-UP WINKLEPICKERS on

    AN TEARMANN

     

     

    I reckon he probably cost us about £6m.

     

     

    Coincidentally,the transfer fee of a Chris Sutton or Neil Lennon,for instance,when scouted by a knowledgeable football man.

  23. Cosy Corner Bhoy on

    All you cricket-playing posters will remember two players I played against!! Mike Denness, future England captain, and Johnny Hubbard, from the team which formerly played out of Ibrox, when they were with Ayr and Prestwick. Probably my only claim to fame so I am seizing it!!!

  24. BMCW – laughed out loud. Fortunately I was on mute on the current business call I’m listening in to.

  25. BOBBY MURDOCH’S CURLED-UP WINKLEPICKERS on 4TH APRIL 2016 10:06 AM

     

     

    We did have Lubo, Henrik, Petta and Viduka already there.

     

     

    But we probably wouldn’t have done it. We were up against a club financially doped up to the eyeballs.

     

     

    GLENDALYSTONSILS on 4TH APRIL 2016 10:26 AM

     

     

    Looked like Tom had a mouldmaster growing out his head!

  26. Brogan Rogan Trevino and Hogan supports Oscar Knox, MacKenzie Furniss and anyone else who fights Neuroblastoma on

    Supersutton

     

     

    I note all you say. CQN and Twitter are two completely different audiences.

     

     

    As part of the Res 12 process I have been asked, and agreed, to post Res 12 updates on here as Res 12 was born here and most if not all of the original signatories came from this site.

     

     

    I agree that Twitter reaches a wider and more disparate audience, not all of whom are on your side by any manner of means as I have found out, and I am deeply conscious of that.

     

     

    Equally, it is also a way to reach other Celtic sites such as E-tims, Kerrydale Street, Celtic Underground and so on — though with my twitter account I get stuck into all sorts of other things. It is also easier to chat with folk because of the 140 character rule.

     

     

    Res 12 will go where it goes, and it will be pushed there. However, it is what happens in the end up that will prove interesting. We are a distance from the end yet, but at the same time we are well up the road.

  27. BOBBY MURDOCH'S CURLED-UP WINKLEPICKERS on

    COSYCORNERBHOY

     

     

    Name-dropping bassa (!)

     

     

    Enjoy the golf. Lovely day for it…

  28. Jungle Jim Hot Smoked on

    Hearts have a mid=week game. Aberdeen do not. Hearts play Aberdeen on FRIDAY. Apart from the paranoid obvious, is there any other reason for the game being on a Friday?

     

     

    JJ

  29. BOBBY MURDOCH'S CURLED-UP WINKLEPICKERS on

    SUPERSUTTON

     

     

    Ooooops…

     

     

    (If only all my “witticisms” worked as well)

  30. JJHS, I could never have such an imagination to enable me to write guff like that.LOL. LOOKING THROUGH ALL THE smsm TODAY,ITS AN ALL OUT ASSAULT ON US,AND RD,AND A MASSIVE LOVE IN FOR SEVCO.Oh,and now Kieran is off to Liverpool !!!!!!!!!. – ———- Well to be fair, they need something to fill their pages after having to pull their 12-page Sevco title-winning specials! –

     

     

    All the more reason that there be no repeat a week on Sunday of last years LC semi disgraceful foot off the gas exhibition.

     

     

    See more at: http://www.celticquicknews.co.uk/celtic-v-hearts-live-updates-2/comment-page-42/#comment-2806331

  31. South Of Tunis on

    COSY CORNER BHOY @10 38 .

     

     

    Mike Denness .

     

     

    Remember him getting a critical kicking from the chaps on Test Match Special .

     

     

    Mike Atherton told a story re Mike Denness receiving a letter from England while on tour in Australia .. Letter was addressed to -Mike Denness -Cricketer ,Australia . Inside the letter there was a piece of paper with this message —

     

     

    ” Should you receive this, the Post Office clearly thinks more of you than I do “

  32. Bobby Madden’s bias caused him to lose control of the game. Time, and time again the Hearts players committed fouls, with no caution and they took advantage, and in a well used SFA script Scott Brown was booked for a first innocuous foul.

     

     

    It’s too easy to book Celtic players with impunity, home or away the referee interferes in every game, even when we win.

     

     

    It’ll be interesting to see if Hearts adopt the same tactics or play with the same desire on Friday?

     

     

    Celtic benefitted from midfielders with a goal threat and Patrick Roberts in particular has that, it’s all very well having the ability to beat a man, but being a finisher to boot, is a different animal.

     

     

    Tom Rogic has matured his goal at Killie, and his threaded pass for the second is on Saturday is the fruit of Lennoxtown, GMS will stay in the side, ( goal threat ) MacGregor ( goal threat ) is another good option for the run in. On another day Griffiths would have had his goals.

     

     

    Now that Keiran Tierney is suddenly worth £10M ( they even know how much Liverpool will bid ) Ronny Deila’s Celtic are in good shape for the tricky Dens Park fixture against a tactical mastermind …Paul Hartley.

  33. BOBBY MURDOCH'S CURLED-UP WINKLEPICKERS on

    SOUTHOFTUNIS

     

     

    Excellent!

     

     

    Reminiscent of Peter Cook’s “letter to the Director General of the BBC”

     

     

    One of these days I’m gonna post the link to that,but I’ll have to hack into someone else’s account first!!