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  1. very entertaining game , but oh for an out and out striker , he would score a barrowload with our play and by the way ML is done.

  2. There two most giant, delicious, beautiful, skilful, gorgeous feet in Scotland both belong to Tam Rogic!!






    HH jg

  3. Apologies for the duplicate Bonfigli highlights.


    Initial post was under moderation caused if I remember by too many links.


    Hence I broke it up and reposted 4 links at a time.

  4. ‘GG on 20TH OCTOBER 2018 5:06 PM



    You can never get too much of a good thing :-))





  5. glendalystonsils on

    JAMESGANG on 20TH OCTOBER 2018 5:11 PM



    Spot on JG! I was never a foot fetishist until big Tom joined us!

  6. It’s hard to compose all of that in your mind.


    I guess I’ll just have to rewatch it later. :-))

  7. thomthethim for Oscar OK on

    That’s what you call a game of football.


    Two teams going for it. Chances made, Chances missed. Chances taken and a result in doubt until late in the game.



    Some excellent passing and movement, in spite of having to rejig the formation after Brown’s departure,



    Significant that we saw out the game without arguably our three most influential players; Brown, Rogic and Forrest.



    Bencovic is a star in the making. Pity we can’t keep him.

  8. Very good attacking performance today with some delightful football.


    Better finishing would have seen us eclipse the 5 we put past St Johnstone last time out. Looking like a hungry team again ??

  9. Wooooohooooo


    This is how it feels to be Celtic :)))))))


    Confident again we will run all over any team in Scotland when asked a question.


    Thank you Brendan and Bhoys, have a great Sat night all.

  10. i'vehadtochangemymind on

    I totally got that one wrong – I thought we’d be up against it today – praise to lennie for not parking the bus – praise to BR for pulling that one out of the bag after the int break



    here we go



  11. From BBC. Not quite how I saw it, mind you.


    Celtic survived a late scare to stay within three points of Premiership leaders Hearts after an enthralling victory over Hibernian.



    Tom Rogic and Olivier Ntcham had Brendan Rodgers’ side two goals up within 20 minutes before Scott Brown went off injured.



    Florian Kamberi gave Hibs hope before Odsonne Edouard restored Celtic’s two-goal lead on 70 minutes.



    Martin Boyle countered immediately but Edouard sealed victory late on.



    It was drama from the first to the last whistle at Celtic Park as Rodgers’ men racked up their third Premiership victory in a row.



    Hibs fall five points off the pace as they sit in fourth.



    Celtic toyed with Hibs



    The injury to regular right-back David Gray was pivotal as Hibs changed their shape to a back three. But the formation failed to work as Celtic ran riot going forward.



    With only Leigh Griffiths missing from the team that thrashed St Johnstone 6-0 last time out, the champions were clearly keen to pick up where they left off and they relished sinking their teeth into Hibs. Two goals swiftly arrived along with three other efforts off the post as Rodgers’ side toyed with their opponents.



    The goal from Rogic was typically elegant from the Australian international. The Ntcham goal was a fine team effort and Edouard profited from a searing moment of wing play from James Forrest before putting the seal on the win with a second.



    Hibs would tweak their formation midway through the first half to match up with Celtic, and it brought more stability for the away side as they began to create opportunities. But by then Celtic were in control.



    The goals from Kamberi and Boyle gave the second half fizz but in truth Hibs were always on the catch up after their bad start.



    Scott Brown


    Scott Brown receives treatment before going off in the first half


    Lennon gamble fails to pay off



    There was much excited talk in the lead-up to this match over whether or not Hibernian could be considered legitimate title contenders. Neil Lennon had branded such talk as “folly”. On this basis he was correct to do so.



    Before the match – and to his credit – the Hibs boss talked about taking the game to Celtic. But the gamble failed as Celtic took control.



    Of course this was always going to be a tough test for Hibs, and they remain a work in progress. But in the corresponding fixture last season Hibs truly did take the game to Celtic and came away with a 2-2 draw. So in that context this 4-2 defeat will feel like a setback.



    Credit to Celtic. They have been asked many a question this season and at times they have fumbled the answer.



    But they have now beaten big rivals Rangers, Aberdeen and Hibernian – albeit it, all at home. The mojo might not be back completely, but they are delivering the results

  12. enjoyed that hibs didn’t park the bus and tried to play football benkovic is a player but Edouard was great.hh.

  13. Some of the football we played today was awesome, the one touch, the passing and moving, the ball control, a lot of it was coming off today, two league games in a row we could have hit double figures and nobody could have complained one iota.


    A decent result on thurs would be nice, play like we did today and why not, the players just have to believe and it’s possible.


    Play like that next week against the edinburgh huns we will spank them.



  14. What is the Stars on



    Who gave james forrest and Tom rogic new extended contracts.


    Who paid 9 million for that French eddy dud.


    If it was Lawwell He should be chased out the door


    actually I would carry up him his heated driveway myself


    C’mon the 49ers


    Neganon and on CSC

  15. for a lot of the game today, we played the Glasgow celtic way, foraging down the wings, crisp incisive passing could have been six.hh.

  16. Gerryfaethebrig on

    Movie night ??? Starting at 7pm just nipped on to say well done Brendan & the bhoys (still love Neil Francis)






    Hope you and the good lady have many more anniversaries best wishes fae ML5



    Met your former pupil “teabag” on the train home the other week he still lurks on these pages :-)



    Hail Hail





    Even a stopped clock is correct twice a day. Doesn’t make it right the rest of the time.




    I’ll say no more :-))))


    Well she got you so cant be greedy





  19. Hail! Hail! What a great game , great result and a smashing performance. Oh to have a nice player like Benkovic on a 4 year deal? He sets a solid platform and the rest just happens.


    The wee Hibs number 7 was the proverbial wasp at a barbecue, a permanent pest.


    Going to have a football night tonight all from Spain. Have a great evening everybody. HH

  20. GreeninbingleyinOslo on

    What a great game that was. Loved it. Two attacking teams going for it. Delighted to see us putting together another quality display after St Johnstone.


    Credit to Hibs for never giving up but TBH we should have been out of sight by half time.


    One of these days we won’t hit the woodwork 4 or 5 times and SS will get his eye in again, and somebody is going to be on the end of an absolute caning.


    Well done Brendan and all the bhoys.


    Is Mulumbu injured? He wasn’t even on the bench.

  21. GreeninbingleyinOslo on




    I agree. Michael Stewart knows the game inside out and it shows in his analysis, but he is also honest and not saddled by a pro-hun agenda, and that alone sets him a mile above the lickspittles and grovellers who comprise the rest of Scotland’s “football analysts”.



    I also like Willie Miller for the same reasons.

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