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CQN TV with Nicole & Suzie

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After yesterday’s significant news CQN TV kicked off the summer season with a bit of fun. I spoke to Glasgow’s hottest model and TV presenter, Nicole, together with social media masters’ student, Suzie, at Epicures in Glasgow’s west end.

We have a few videos coming up, hope you enjoy them.

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  1. NatKnow - "We welcome the paper-chase..." on

    “All BINGO to stop unless Sevco allowed into SFL1” – Ogilvie

  2. prestonpans bhoys on

    No more CQN videos with Nicole and Suzie unless sevco admitted into Div 1 – Regan latest

  3. jude2005 is Neil Lennon \o/ on

    All green traffic lights will be smashed all over the world if sevco arnt in D1

  4. acoustamatix on

    Disingenuous to start the season ticket flogging quite yet as this crisis in Scottish football governance is far from over and a healthy sale in season tickets is just going to support a regime in the SFA/SPL/SFL which is corrupt to the core.

     

     

    If the latest scheme to get Sevco into the 1st division is successful, then the game is up in Scotland, sporting integrity is out the window, the old Rangers’ ethos is still alive and well and any self-respecting football fan is getting a massive kick in the cojones. By buying into such a league structure AT ANY LEVEL fans are commending the governors of the Scottish game and giving them a resounding pat on the back: “well done chaps, how far do you want us to bend over?”

     

     

    Regan, Doncaster and Longmuir are making a mockery of our game and it’s not yet clear as to whether the custodians of our own club intend to support them in the next round of their schemes, the jury is not back in yet, this saga has a long way to run, a refusal from the SPL was the VERY LEAST a newco should be meted out. This may be a victory. A pyrrhic victory. The fact that the governors of our national game have humbled our once brave nation into penny-grabbing whores for hun futures is a devastating blow which few have properly digested yet apparently. Resist or bend over, you choose.

     

     

    Justice must be done and be seen to be done before Celtic fans can stand back and call this job done. This job is far from done. Let’s not be hasty about jumping into bed with Charles Green (a la Bummer Brown) or Regan or Doncaster. None of these charlatans has finished doing what they need to do to discharge their duties with respect to a fair and equitable football league structure. There are still some bitter pills to swallow, hurdles to clear, wrongs to right. If the Scottish football fan, the Celtic fan, buys into the still-corrupt plans of our snake-oil governors then we are giving a retrospective high-five to David Murray, Campbell Ogilvie and co and demanding business as usual. Is that what we want? Is that what Peter Lawwell wants? It would be good to know what Peter Lawwell has to say about the Sevco to Division 1 plans because that is not clear from his latest statement. As Celtic fans we know from history that this story is not finished quite yet. The scheming is at fever pitch right now and justice is far from having been done or seen to be done.

  5. TOSB said, ‘somebody say something sensible’ so is anyone able to answer my last post @ 20:51 about Sevco leapfrogging the queue?

  6. NatKnow - "We welcome the paper-chase..." on

    “Edinburgh Trams Project to be extended to Glasgow unless Sevco allowed into SFL1” – Doncaster

  7. Paddy Gallagher on

    TheOriginalSadiesBhoy on 5 July, 2012 at 21:42 said:

     

    Someone say something sensible.

     

     

    Paddy falls in to a deafening silence, whit?

  8. Paul,

     

     

    Your proposal to re-structure UK football will receive some criticism but, at least, you have made a proposal.

     

     

    Local solutions for local issues would seem to stand a better chance. we can apply pressure to the sponsors and media companies who cover our game in our country(ies) whilst we will have a much more diluted influence as a single club or single league at European or World level.

     

     

    Yet Local Politics, in the shape of a Referendum debate, will make this a difficult period to propose a Scotland moves to England scenario. It would be an embarrassment to SNP policies, if Scottish football teams become Unionist at a time they are proposing independence from England. Whilst there may be Unionist politicians who are unscrupulous enough to try to come onside with us and promote the move, there will be many of our fans, who have sympathy for the Independence argument, who will be conflicted by the choice of their club or their politics.

     

     

    In any case, I do not like the flavour of special treatment for Scottish clubs and would prefer a European level solution, despite our lesser influence there. Is there really no space for forming common ground with Big Clubs outwith the Big 5 European Leagues to lobby for change before the world-wide fan base of clubs like Celtic, Benfica, Legia, Red Star, Anderlecht, Ajax, Austria Vienna, Sparta Prague, Olympiakos, Rosenborg, Spartak & Zenit, Dinamo Kiev, & Gothenburg dwindles to a smaller size than the Wigans, Lorients, Vallecanos, Siennas & Mainzs of this world?

     

     

    With the likes of Man U, a successfully marketed club in a high earning league, are needing to raise finances in America in order to stay on the gravy train and with Real Madrid having nothing left to sell corruptly to their local authority, there is a football financial bubble about to burst all over the place.

     

     

    Maybe it’s time to form a league for well run prudent clubs, a kind of Fairtrade League, where we agree to trial and experiment with Platini’s financial fair play rules.

  9. Paddy Gallagher on

    Ibrox planning application submitted for Auld Folks Home.

     

    David Weir to return as Manager.

  10. Paul67

     

     

    Very swish video.

     

     

    Sadly, as the dust settles on SPL exclusion for Sevco, there is no rest for the wicked as MSM SFA SFL were beavering away with the doomsday Div 1 scenario you painted last weekend.

     

     

    I’ve paid up, for Celtic, but a one year exclusion of ‘them’ is a dreadful outcome for Celtic and Scottish Football, which is clearly still driven by dark forces.

  11. derbyshirebhoy on

    TheOriginalSadiesBhoy on 5 July, 2012 at 21:33 said:

     

     

    You made me think about what I preferred and I realise whilst selfishly I would love to see Celtic in the English Leagues I really want to see it for the benefit of the real regular competitive football it would bring. For that to happen in Scotland all the other clubs need a real incentive to develop and hold onto players. That can only come if crowds and paying customers increase. That will only come with real competition and with that will come better TV income etc leading to improvements in Europe. Its a chance to put the horse before the cart.

  12. bournesouprecipe on 5 July, 2012 at 21:53 said:

     

    Paul67

     

     

    Very swish video.

     

     

    Sadly, as the dust settles on SPL exclusion for Sevco, there is no rest for the wicked as MSM SFA SFL were beavering away with the doomsday Div 1 scenario you painted last weekend.

     

     

    I’ve paid up, for Celtic, but a one year exclusion of ‘them’ is a dreadful outcome for Celtic and Scottish Football, which is clearly still driven by dark forces.

     

     

    share on F’book or Twitter

     

     

     

    Are you referring to Salmond etc ?

  13. Silver City 1888 on

    For anyone left with ESPN, a review of last season is just about to kick off.

  14. Just on and not read any posts since this afternoon but I did see that wee turd McCoist’s statement.

     

     

    Yet again some halfwit from the dark side has to mention Celtic when talking about their predicament.

     

     

    10 SPL clubs voted NO yesterday but the wee fat bandit had to refer to ‘our friends across the city’.

     

     

    I hope Strathclyde police are going to start having a word with these idiots before their lunatic rhetoric has serious consequences.

  15. bournesouprecipe on 5 July, 2012 at 21:45 said:

     

    acoustamatix @ 21.17

     

     

    * sadly, I agree with much of this *

     

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    BSR you may agree with much of it, but thankfully you have gone against the main jist of his post and have bought your ticket!

  16. Hmmm…The SFL Meeting…D-Day moved to Friday The Thirteenth……..

     

     

    A Day Heavily Invested With Masonic Significance……

     

     

    Dark Forces are being Summoned….

     

     

    There will be Fiery Beacons on the Hillsides…

     

     

    For on the Thirteenth Day of October,in the Year of Our Lord 1307,the Original Freemasons,the Knights Templar…were rounded up by Phillip IV of France,for the crimes of evading taxes,and indulging in an early form of EBTs…

     

     

    The Miscreants were subsequently also found guilty of idolatry,rituals involving goats,financial corruption and fraud…

     

     

    Oh…And their ‘Big Hoose’ was confiscated…… ;-).

     

     

    Knights Templar-The Original Freemasons

  17. Evening all,

     

     

    Round about 2 million supporters attend spl games a year (this figure excludes the dead club), I wonder how many of that figure would spend about £10 of their hard earned on a few pints a game givin the opportunity.

     

    My guess would be about 15%, so roughly 300k x £3.50 a pint = £1050000 extra revenue from league games only!

     

     

    Awantabeeratthegame CSC