CQN TV Saints and Sinners


Our third and final video with Scotland’s top model and TV presenter, Nicole with social media masters’ graduate, Suzie is now available.  We finish with a bit of fun, looking at the Saints and Sinners of Scottish football, including some of the main characters involved in football’s current woes, as well as one or two main characters from the champions.

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  1. My dear,dear,dear,friend.. canamalar @ 15.19



    Hiya.. Pal?



    And.. My Advice .. wiz right..



    Then, and… as it is Noo!



    Pal. Get wit the Program



    Raucous Celtic Support Laments… didnae bring aboot the Downfall of the .F.G.A…


    Despite All o’ Yer Cockamamie Protests… tae the Contrary!



    The Reckless Financial Ditherings o’ a Soiten Mr. Murray Major..






    He Loaded , Aimed, and Fired the Bullet.. which


    Shot The F.G.A. so Unerringly….Right in the Elky!



    He wiz the Wan… who wrecked the Dreams and Hopes.. of the Denizens o the “Big Rock Candy Mountain”!!



    Na.. pal..



    We kin only sit this wan oot…



    and watch.. and wait… and Hope..



    As we Did in the Past…



    Like Ah keep oan tellin’ ye ,pal..



    Celtic..and Papes… are THIRD CLASS CITIZENS in Scotland.. which is ..a Class that is below…. that o’ Church Mooses and Heart’s Supporters!





    yer pal..who likes ye aloater.



    Still, Laughin’… like Heidi~

  2. mea culpa



    Juninho is a lingering, gnawing uncertainty. To me it looks like his contract was for, say, £4 million over two years, and this was disclosed to the SFA/SPL. Celtic and Juninho then agreed to mutually terminate it early by way of a one off payment to a trust in his name, in March 2005. Celtic paid tax on this shortly therafter so no story to see in terms of BTC stuff Rangers were faced with. Similarly, it was before the UEFA FFp stuff came into force, so can’t see any controversy re: licensing of our participation in Europe, as there arguably is oevr the wee tax acse for Rangers.



    However, the question is whether the payment to Juninho was contained in his contract of service. To my mind, it would make no sense whatsoever to pay him more than the value of his contract to beat it. The severance payment would clearly be less than the outstanding value of his salary. Therefore, all payments made to him were delcared to the SFA/SPL. In effect, we declared we would pay him £4 million, and we actually ended up paying him approximately £2,000,000, or there abouts.



    Also, the SPL and SFA have the information on Juninho, and have not declared that there is a prima facie case to answer, unlike Rangers.



    Rangers problem comes from them having not declared every payment made to tens of players, for many years. Theyw ere, it would seem, saying they ahd paid £x amount to x player, when in fact that player received £(x + y). Which renders the player’s registration invalid in terms of the rules on player registrations. It is remarkable that a man with a foot in both camps of this mess, I don’t need to say who, remains in post at the body with appellate jurisdiction over the, disgracefully mothballed, investigation.

  3. Sad news about Joe McBride RIP, a few years ago i met him on flight after a game. He was coming over to belfast for a csc night along with dixie deans. He was a gentleman, despite not getting a minutes peace, i just wish i had seen him play.



    Paul 67, great interview on the ole cqn tv, can i make a suggestion to improve it ?..get Judith from the bbc to do the weather, makes sense to me.

  4. Neil canamalar Lennon hunskelper extrordinaire on



    as usual absolute drivel,


    this all started by pressure from the Celtic support threatening bhoycott, I know its something you detest but people power is winning the day.


    The clubs are yielding to their supporters demands, had we followed your advice it would have been left to the directors.

  5. henryclarkson on

    Kojo on 12 July, 2012 at 15:43 said:


    Celtic..and Papes… are THIRD CLASS CITIZENS in Scotland.



    Spot-on kojo old bhoy, nothing changes in 17th century Shotlandia.

  6. traditionalist88 on

    Billy’s Bhoy



    Hopefully you’re right.



    However, they could just as easily have said that even in the event of full detail being present from Sevco they would be against having them in SFL1.



    They didn’t though, and left the door open for Sevco to provide the required info at the 11th hour.



    I think they are implying they would take the leap of faith in Sevco in SFL1 IF they provided a strong business plan which would put minds at rest that they wouldn’t combust mid season and create havoc in SFL1.



    Hope I’m wrong!




  7. My dear,dear,dear,friend.. Henry Clarkson .






    How ur ye?..


    Fine? that’s Swell.. so Am Ah..



    Yep.. Scotland, is still very Much John Knox’s


    Stampin’ Grun and Goat Stable.



    Despite awe o’ that Depressing stuffl…



    Ah am Delighted tae Comment..






    Things are going Great fur Ma Team and Your Team and God’s Team!



    Everything, is coming up roses.. fur Neil… Bless ‘im!



    Noo… let’s hiv a wee Competition..


    tae Find oot…



    Whit Team is Gonna Be SECOND tae Us.. at Season’s End..



    Ah..Plump fur..






    NIce chattin’. wit ye..





    Yer pal…who thinks yer swellegant.



    Still, Laughin’… of Course..

  8. Dead and Loving it on

    bomber Brown has been a bit quiet over the last week,


    just wonder what that master tactician is dreaming up , it is almost frightening


    Must be having a lot more meetings with his backers



    Then again he could be in Belfast for the big walk,


    hope he remembered the plastic buckets

  9. Do we really believe that Charlie the Trumpet’s 5 page MS PowerPoint presentation plus some other random information will be enough to persuade the SFL to let their application to Div 3 succeed?



    I do not believe that Charlie boy is even trying here to run a football team. The hard core Dignity fans never wanted to be near the SPL or SFL1 , as they would get pumped most weeks… their lack of sportsmanship has driven them collectively to Div3 application, which will be refused.



    Remember at every turn the opposite of the MSM viewpoint has actually occurred. No footie for the bears next year, liquidator in place, all other inquiries start-up , what’s not to like.




  10. Tim Malone Will Tell on

    Dead and Loving It



    Can just see Chico Green and his consortium, holed up, wondering what’s coming next – with the only sound being the constant beat of a Lambeg drum in the distance.



    “Those bloody natives – fiends that they are – and those damned drums….” says Chico, with the despair of uncertainty in his cracked voice.

  11. gerryguk7



    Given the readiness for the MSM to expose any hint of a scandal associated with Celtic, especially in the current situation where there is an over abundance of bad news about RFC (corpus delicti), I am very confident that there isn’t even a hint of a problem for Celtic with EBTs. The MSM would have it all over the front page and never let up on it if there was perceived chink in the armour.



    One of the funniest things about this whole sorry saga is that the die-hard hunnites actually believe some of the crap they put out.


    They actually believe that the MSM, government officials, football authorities, HMRC etc… are all out to get them.


    Just how thick-headed can you get?



    It is absolutely hilarious that they don’t see anything wrong with their club officials actions yet many will have a problem with CG simply because his surname is Green.

  12. First post from the park on phone the sun is out n the weans are happy what can possibly go wrong in the world on this glorious day.

  13. Legends never die.



    To many of my generation, injury robbed us, and spared others, the consequences of an extended combination of the talents of Joe and Jock Stein’s possibly best signing , Willie Wallace.

  14. according to the BBC the vote is now 17 against the Manky Mob from the SFL clubs.


    The weakness of Regan and Doncasters position is beyond parody, they will have to promise more than they can deliver to get them back on side. Once they are in, the SPL clubs can get rid of the dynamic duo and blame them for the shambles that SPL 1 &2 will become.


    Expect more dramatic late night meetings and exclusive reports from Keech Jackson tomorrow morning. the pantomime continues.

  15. Enjoyed the CQN videos Paul67.


    Kojo, how old were you when you were confronted by the Californian Brown Bear? Just wondering.

  16. Thindimebhoy on

    Not only does the Clyde FC statement highlight the roadblock in their way of getting into SF1 but the same lack of info regarding Sevco the company would also apply to playing in the 3rd division I would assume.



    Many have mentioned on here the chances of them not playing football at all this year they may well be spot on the money





    The relevant part of the Clyde FC statement



    Whilst the notion that there is a leap of faith to be taken in terms of some of the matters, there can be no leap of faith with something as fundamental as knowing who is being admitted to the league. The very fact that there is no information of any kind being made available on this company undermines the authorities efforts to direct the new entrant to SFL 1. It is actually impossible for any member of the SFL to make an objective assessment of the proposals under Resolutions 1 and 2 and could be seen as irresponsible to support either proposal in such a void of information.

  17. Dead and Loving it on 12 July, 2012 at 16:06 said:


    bomber Brown has been a bit quiet over the last week,


    just wonder what that master tactician is dreaming up , it is almost frightening


    Must be having a lot more meetings with his backers




    I hope Brown’s secured the services of Gazza, what a dream scenario that would be to see the both of them giving a joint statement in public.

  18. Foxy_1888 on 12 July, 2012 at 16:24 said:



    I hope Brown’s secured the services of Gazza, what a dream scenario that would be to see the both of them giving a joint statement in public.





    It would be like Fathers Dougal and Jack, but without the humour.






    “No, Gazza. Wibble”

  19. Dead and Loving it on



    He may think he is getting some sort of message from the drums.


    Hope there is not a drum interpretor handy

  20. Paul67 et al



    Looking back to Joe McBride’s playing days I noticed the 1966-7 League placings. Obviously we were top, with Rangers a couple of points, but in third place were no less than the mighty Clyde with twenty wins from thirty four games and only eight defeats. With only two points for a win Clyde finished ten points behind Rangers. Did Clyde ever play in Europe? I think we should be told!

  21. My dear,dear,dear,friend.. Canuckbhoy @ 16.23






    Pleased tae Greet Ye!



    How old wuz Ah.. well…



    Let me see..



    Ah am Thirty Nine.. the Noo..



    and that incident occurred… nearly… Forty Years Ago..








    That wid Mak me…aboot… Nine Months Auld.



    But,ye goatta remember..



    Ah wiz alwiz .. Big, fur Ma Age!!



    Na.. Ah wid hiv bin aboot.. NineTeen..or Twenty.. when


    Ah went oan the Ill fated Hunting Trip .. wi’



    Alf Alfa..and the ithers..



    Nice chattin’ ,pal..





    yer pal.. who likes ye… aloater.. already



    Still, Laughin’ like ,L’il Audrey.. though.!!

  22. Just to brighten things up and remind the Hun lurkers that we are still in business and can still sign players here’s the latest updates on the List.








    Players in:




    Name Age Position Club Price


    —- — ——– —- —–


    Forster – 24 – Keeper – Newcastle – £2M








    Players out:




    Name Club Price


    —- —- —–


    Majstorovic – AIK – Free


    Brozek – Trabzonspor – Loan deal ended


    Wilson(M) – No new club – Free


    Loovens – No new club – Free


    Cervi – No new club – Free


    McGinn – No new club – Free


    Towell – No new club – Free


    Juarez – Club America – Undisclosed fee


    O’Dea – No new club – Free


    Cha – Fortuna Dusseldorf – Free









    Rumoured transfer in:








    Name Age Club Source Price


    —- — —- —— —–


    Gordon – 28 – Sunderland – Various – Free in the summer


    Mucha – 29 – Everton – CQN – £1.3M


    Smithies – 21 – Huddersfield – Celticrumours – Free in the summer


    Forde – 32 – Millwall – Celticrumours – Free in the summer


    Green – 32 – wHU – various – No fee mentioned


    Jaaskelainen – 37 – Bolton – Celticrumours – No fee mentioned


    Sifakis – 27 – Aris – Various – Free in the summer


    Robinson – 32 – Blackburn – Various – Season long loan


    Isaksson – 30 – PSV Eindhoven – Daily Express – Free in the summer













    Name Age Club Source Price


    —- — —- —— —–


    Mills – 25 – Leicester City – Various – Season long loan


    Shackell – 28 – Derby County – Various – £1.25M


    Choto – 31 – Legia Warsaw – CQN – No fee mentioned


    Dixon – 25 – Dundee Utd – Various – Free in the summer


    Berra – 27 – Wolves – Celticrumours – No fee mentioned


    Faye – 34 – West Ham – Celticrumours – Free in the summer


    Bouba Diop – 32 – West Ham – Celticrumours – Free in the summer


    Bosingwa – 29 – Chelsea – Celticrumours – Free in the summer


    Antonini – 29 – Milan – Italian press – No fee mentioned


    Rose – 21 – Spurs – Celticrumours – Season long loan


    Bjarsmyr – 26 – Herald – No fee mentioned


    Okuonghae – 26 – Colchester Utd – SSN – Free in the summer


    Wawrzyniak – 28 – Legia Warsaw – Celticrumours – No fee mentioned


    Holmes – 23 – Tranmere Rovers – Daily Retard – No fee mentioned


    Botia – 23 – Sporting Gijon – Celticrumours – No fee mentioned


    Ciani – 28 – Bordeaux – L equipe – £1-2M












    Name Age Club Source Price


    —- — —- —— —–


    Henriksen – 19 – Rosenborg – Various – £3M


    Krejcí – 19 – Sparta Prague – Celticrumours – No fee mentioned


    Reo-Coker – 28 – Bolton – Celticrumours – Free due to relegation clause


    Melikson – 27 – Wisla Krakow – Celticrumours – No fee mentioned


    White – 20 – Leeds Utd – Various – Free in the summer


    Rodriguez – 22 – Barnsley – Various – No fee mentioned


    Keegan – 20 – Monaghan Utd – Various – £300K


    James – 17 – Hartlepool Utd – SSN – No fee mentioned


    Badelj – 23 – Dinamo Zagreb – Celticrumours – £2M


    Boesso – 26 – GFCO Ajaccio – Celticrumours – No fee mentioned


    Andrews – 31 – WBA – Various – Free in the summer


    Nagbe – 21 – Portland Timbers – ESPN – No fee mentioned


    Montero – 22 – Villareal – Daily Rectum – £2.5-£3M


    Stilic – 24 – Lech Pozan – Celticrumours – Free in the summer


    Roshi – 21 – Cologne – Daily Mirror – £1M


    Johansen – 21 – Tromso – ESPN – £750K


    Phillips – 21 – Blackpool – Celticrumours – No fee mentioned


    Ramirez – 19 – Santos Laguna – Various – No fee mentioned


    Patterson – 19 – Melbourne Heart – Celticrumours – No fee mentioned


    Abu – 20 – Man City – Daily Rectum – Season long loan


    Kim – 22 – Cerezo Osaka – Various – No fee mentioned












    Name Age Club Source Price


    —- — —- —— —–


    Tamuz – 24 – Hapoel Tel Aviv – CQN – No fee mentioned


    Rhodes – 22 – Huddersfield – Daily Mail – £4-5M


    Kermorgant – 30 – Charlton – Daily Mail – £650K


    Yakubu – 29 – Blackburn – Daily Mail – Free due to relegation clause


    Daly – 29 – Dundee Utd – Celticrumours – £650K


    Russell – 22 – Dundee Utd – Celticrumours – £850K


    Klasnic – 32 – Bolton – Celticrumours – Free in the summer


    Rodallega – 26 – Wigan – Various – Free in the summer


    Bothroyd – 30 – QPR – Celticrumours – £1.5M or loan


    Holt – 31 – Norwich City – CQN – No fee mentioned


    Johnston – 31 – Fulham – Various – No fee mentioned


    Leitch-Smith – 22 – Crewe – Various – £1M


    Cox – 25 – WBA – Various – No fee mentioned


    Carew – 32 – West Ham – Celticrumours – Free in the summer


    Sagbo – 23 – Evian – Celticrumours – No fee mentioned


    Akpala – 25 – Brugge – Celticrumours – No fee mentioned


    Sigurdarson – 21 – Lillestrom – The Sun – No fee mentioned


    charbonnier – 23 – Angers SCO – Talksport – £800K


    wesley – 33 – Atlético Mineiro – Celticrumours – No fee mentioned


    Perbet – 27 – RAEC Bergen Mons – Talksport – £1.5M


    Rosenberg – 29 – Werder Bremen – Daily Express – Free in the summer


    El Allagui – 27 – Falkirk – Celticrumours – Free in the summer


    Janko – 28 – Porto – Celticrumours – £3M


    Guidetti – 20 – Man City – Talksport – Season long loan


    Boesso – 26 – GFCO Ajaccio – French press – No fee mentioned


    Best – 25 – Newcastle – Newcastle press – £2M


    Mitroglou – 24 – Olympiacos – Celticrumours – No fee mentioned


    Blackstock – 26 – Notts Forrest – Various – No fee mentioned


    Dobbie – 29 – Swansea – Daily Rectum – No fee mentioned


    Malki – 28 – Roda JC – Daily Express – No fee mentioned


    Miccoli – 32 – Palermo – Celticrumours – Free in the summer


    Nothe – 24 – Greuther Fürth – Celticrumours – Free in the summer








    Rumoured transfer out:




    Name Source Price


    —- —— —–


    Murphy – EADT24 – £300K to Ipswich


    Izaguirre – Various – £10M to Man Utd or Everton


    Samaras – The Sun – £3M to Spain


    Hooper – Various – £7M+ to Reading, Galatasaray or QPR


    Ki – Various – £7M to QPR


    Wilson – Various – Leicester City player swap plus cash for Matt Mills


    Forrest – Talksport – £5M to Spurs


    McCourt – Daily Express – £500K to Blackpool


    Wanyama – Various – £8M+ to Newcastle or Liverpool









    /Bishop B

  23. leftclicktic on

    Dead and Loving it on 12 July, 2012 at 16:06 said:


    bomber Brown has been a bit quiet over the last week,


    just wonder what that master tactician is dreaming up , it is almost frightening


    Must be having a lot more meetings with his backers




    Bummer has called a meeting in the Dakota euro central on sunday according to deadclub media. should be fun he is causing civil war in hunland :))))

  24. garygillespieshamstring on

    Celtic mac



    No. The inter cities fairs cup as it was at the time only allowed each city one rep in the cup. Aberdeen were in the cup winners. Cup and Huns went into fairs cup so Clyde could not enter.


    The fourth place team (killie or dunfermline?) got the place.




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