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  1. gene

     

     

    Point being the change had to be made earlier, but wasn’t.

     

    Lenny got the vote of confidence from the Board, while for most of us the writing was on the ceiling.

  2. BB – I’d hope so too! Just feels a bit of a PL move – sacrifice Hammond and Lennon and bring in his boy’s mate and a Ronnie D type manager…

  3. mad mitch

     

     

    If the Scots want to make it into Stevie Clarke’s Euro squad, never mind his team they will need to up their game, while they still can. Everybody is playing for their future, at Celtic, or anywhere else.

     

    If any harbour hopes of following Kieran or Stuart to the EPL that is, Lenny or no Lenny.

     

    Always the EFL mind. Or League One.

  4. Usain Bolt’s agent is from Donegal.

     

     

    Now that Usain has hung up his spikes, that might be the next CEO.

     

     

    You heard it here first.

  5. Celtic Mac

     

     

    Usain couldn’t do any worse than our strikers atm.

     

     

    No team would play a high line against him.

  6. squire danaher on

    PETETHEBEAT on 17TH JANUARY 2021 9:36 PM

     

     

    As Kevin Bridges would say,

     

     

    U-Sayin’? Bolt.

  7. GENE on 17TH JANUARY 2021 7:04 PM

     

    Picasso couldn’t paint either – emperor’s new clothes as far as I’m concerned.

     

     

    GENE, not at all being dismissive, but as an amateur painter I suggest you get one of his paintings on-line and try to copy/reproduce it. Not every one’s cup of tea, of course, but the man was a genius at times. His Guernica painting was, over 80 years ago now, simply stunning. INO of course.

  8. *CQN PLAYER OF THE YEAR 2020-21*

     

    RESULTS FROM GAME #34 – CELTIC 0 LIVINGSTON 0

     

     

    It wasn’t great, was it? We showed a bot more promise in the 2nd half but our 4-6-0 formation was never going to result in a barrowload of goals. Indeed I’m reminded of a quote from the recently departed Tomy Docherty when he said “we were lucky to get none”!

     

    Thank you to the XX who voted. The votes cast for each player (with my own choices asterisked) are as follows –

     

    Hazard: 1

     

    Ralston*: 9

     

    Bitton: 5

     

    Duffy: 5

     

    Laxalt*: 16

     

    Frimpong: 6

     

    Soro: 29

     

    McGregor*: 26

     

    Turnbull: 13

     

    Johnston: 0

     

    Rogic: 0

     

    Henderson: 0

     

    Okoflex: 0

     

     

    So, the players receiving points for the Livingston game are –

     

    Soro – 5 points

     

    McGregor – 4 points

     

    Laxalt – 3 points

     

    Turnbull – 2 points

     

    Ralston – 1 point

     

     

    Here’s the overall table (interesting that both Soro and Turnbull are tied for 6th having only really featured since December…..) –

     

    1st – McGregor – 54 points

     

    2nd – Laxalt – 52 points

     

    3rd – Ajer – 50 points

     

    4th – Christie – 44 points

     

    5th – Frimpong – 43 points

     

    6th – Soro and Turnbull – 33 points

     

    8th – Brown – 29 points

     

    9th – Elyounoussi – 23 points

     

    10th – Duffy and Rogic – 19 points

     

    12th – Edouard – 18 points

     

    13th – Ntcham – 16 points

     

    14th – Griffiths – 14 points

     

    15th – Bitton– 12 points

     

    16th – Taylor – 11 points

     

    17th – Barkas – 9 points

     

    18th – Ajeti – 8 points

     

    19th – Elhamed and Welsh – 7 points

     

    21st – Forrest, Jullien and Klimala – 5 points

     

    24th – Bain – 4 points

     

    25th – Hazard – 3 points

     

    26th – Ralston – 1 point

     

    27th – Bolingoli, Dembele, Harper, Henderson, Johnston and Okoflex – 0 points

     

     

    Our next game is on Wednesday evening with an 8.15pm kick off to suit Sky. And, again, it’s against Livingston only this time we might have a few players returning.

     

    Hail Hail!

  9. EMERALDBEE \O/ A DOUBLE NINER!! on 17TH JANUARY 2021 9:49 PM

     

    GENE on 17TH JANUARY 2021 7:04 PM

     

    Picasso couldn’t paint either – emperor’s new clothes as far as I’m concerned.

     

    GENE, not at all being dismissive, but as an amateur painter I suggest you get one of his paintings on-line and try to copy/reproduce it. Not every one’s cup of tea, of course, but the man was a genius at times. His Guernica painting was, over 80 years ago now, simply stunning. INO of course.

     

     

    OR go to his museum in Barca where you’ll see ‘A MASTER’ craftsmen at an early age. A troooly outstanding painter/draughtsman

  10. FOURSTONECOPPI , my No.1 son and his new wife moved to Barca after they got married and during one of our visits there he took us to the museum. Utterly gobsmacking, if you like Picasso of course. Amazing couple of hours, always meant to go back for a ‘proper’ visit. But of course it is all about taste.

  11. EMERALDBEE \O/ A DOUBLE NINER!! on 17TH JANUARY 2021 10:29 PM

     

     

    Most people view Picasso for his modern paintings……….but by god this kid could paint and draw like an old master………still a durty wee sex pest tho’

  12. EMERALDBEE \O/ A DOUBLE NINER!!

     

    also as someone said earlier, ‘He couldnae hing wallpaper lol!

  13. blantyretim is praying for the Knox family on

    Bada

     

     

    Jobo is MVP

     

    I’m in NFL mode , Chiefs win next up Tampa Bay v New Orleans

  14. BT

     

     

    I am a Green Bay man, think I’d prefer a TB win and Brady being frozen to the marrow next week in a snowstorm. Having said that I don’t think ould Brees would fancy it either

  15. Green Bay

     

     

    Fanatical crowd base

     

     

    Wear green, white and yellow

     

     

    Glory years in the 1960s when coached by the man who changed the course of the game.

     

     

    I wonder why I like them…..🤔

  16. blantyretim is praying for the Knox family on

    SQUIRE DANAHER

     

     

    Watched last night , I don’t really have a favourite although anything g green has my support

     

     

    I was in Philly the night the won Super Bowl in 2018 , had been at a Celtic weekend in The Plough and Stars and it got me back interested in it as I’d stopped watching as it was on Sky . As we noted earlier in the week who pays for Sky nowadays .

     

     

    Brady was obviously on the losing team that night too .

     

    I like the saints too so not bothered who wins tonight

  17. That was an Alice in wonderland read back.

     

     

    Make believe and make it up a lot of nonsenses.

  18. SQUIRE DANAHER

     

    New England is not too toasty in the winter either, so I think Brady would be more tolerant of the deep freeze than Brees, having been used to it for years.

  19. Iniquitousiv

     

     

    Of course, point taken, but I remember an even then ageing Brady 4-5 years ago really struggling in freezing conditions at P Manning’s Denver in an AFC Championship game.

  20. BLANTYRETIM

     

     

    Browns fan since ’65 watched them in the old stadium,have been hurting for a good few years but hope they are on the up.

  21. TIMHORTON on 17TH JANUARY 2021 11:55 PM

     

     

    Yeah, Browns on the way back and the futures bright. Them and Ravens have the division over the next few years, Pittsburgh on the slide IMO