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It was déjà vu for Celtic as, one week on from the club’s end of season awards, at the PFA Scotland gala, Scott Sinclair won Player of the Year, Kieran Tierney won Young Player of the Year and Moussa Dembele won Goal of the Season, for the remarkable move away to St Johnstone. All three won the same awards at the club event last weekend.

The PFA also named Brendan Rodgers Manager of the Year, to complete a clean sweep for the champions. Sinclair is the 17th Celtic player to win the top award in the last 21 seasons, a Generation’s worth of Domination………

Brendan Rodgers will be delighted to have picked up three points on Saturday, while giving an outing to teenagers Anthony Ralston and Michael Johnston. Captain, Scott Brown, remains rested by SFA instruction ahead of Friday’s game at Pittodrie, which on paper is offers our greatest threat to invincibility.

I took the weekend off normal duties but read over the blog last night.  Many thanks for the kind wishes, they are enormously appreciated.  Feel like I’m among friends.

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  1. rpmcelticfan on

    Whoops , anyway I’ve been having a singalong on my lonesome on the old live match updates till I wis rumbled , Hail Hail and goodnight brothers an sisters .

  2. BOBBY MURDOCH'S CURLED-UP WINKLEPICKERS on

    RPMCELTICFAN

     

     

    A warm welcome from me!

     

     

    I’ve been reading and singing yer choons. Is it safe to say RPM stands for Really Paul McCartney?

  3. Bateen Bhoy on

    Good Morning CQN,

     

    16 days to go

     

     

    The weather forecast for Lisbon today is for clear skies early but clouding over later in the day and the probability of rain showers late afternoon into the evening. Temperature is expected to reach 69 degrees today.

  4. MATTS NILLOC 7.19pm…

     

     

    Extract from your post…

     

     

    These days the Archbishop of Glasgow, Philip Tartaglia, a season ticket holder at Celtic Park, is effusive in his praise for the ruling SNP government. Immediately after the referendum he released an embarrassingly toadying statement praising Alex Salmond and then welcomed the new First Minister Nicola Sturgeon with unprecedented over-eagerness. And in the 2014 vote, many of his clergy and church functionaries were publicly involved in supporting the separatist cause. There was little subtlety amongst them as – on social media, from the pulpits, in the classrooms – they linked their ‘social justice war’ tendencies and latent anglophobia with their new heroes in the SNP.

     

     

    The links between the Scottish Catholic Church and the SNP have been obvious for a while. The Director of the Scottish Catholic Media Office, Peter Kearney was, in a previous job, the SNP’s political education and training officer, a parliamentary candidate and deputy leadership candidate for the party in 2000. His name reportedly appeared during the referendum as a press contact for former SNP leader and extreme leftist Jim Sillars, who was busy threatening Scottish business leaders with ‘a day of reckoning’ if they supported the ‘No’ side.

     

     

    Now MATTS I’m not very bright, , perhaps you could explain why you wish Celtic fans like myself to accept what a newspaper like The Herald has to say about anything , especially when it comes to celtic fans, The Scottish catholic Church or The SNP ?

     

    you may or not know this but The Herald is the Mother of The Evening Times RAG, yes that same ET that pays good money to FUDS like Derek Johnstone and Chris Jack…(to name but two.) to ” write” absolute bollox anti Celtic pro Hun crap.

     

    My other point is this, especially since the Local Council Elections just least week….some on here, and in other “newspapers” have advised that The SNP supports the Orange mob, so we Celtic fans shouldn’t even think about voting SNP…..However, you have just posted an “article” which clearly outlines the STRONG Catholic support for The SNP, …..I don’t get it, sorry ?

     

     

    No argument from me mate., but I will vote for whoever i want, and if my vote goes FOR or AGAINST what the Catholic Church is trying to tell me then TOUGH !

     

    My whole life I have NEVER allowed what The Catholic Church says to influence my Political vote and allow me to tell you why, with one quick example of how some members of the Catholic Church conduct themselves, when it comes down to MONEY !

     

     

    In the 1960’s when I was a young boy, we had a ” ELECTRICITY BLACKOUTS” due to Political unrest between the then Labour Government and energy workers/Miners etc.

     

    In my household, I was the only child, but the vast majority of households had 3/4 or 9 kids, with little or no money to spend.

     

    This was the East End of Glasgow ( Easterhouse), a Labour Stronghold which was apparently supported also by The Catholic Church /

     

    However, during those Electricity Blackouts ( Power Cuts), which occurred 3/4 times a week if I remember correctly, the locals like myself would seek help from our local Parish Chapel by way of being given CANDLES by the Priest ?

     

    Anytime I went there, the main Parish Priest was indeed giving locals Candles…..but at a PRICE !

     

    In other words, “no money son ?……….nae Candles for you then ” !

     

     

    When the local Prods and their Churches got hold of this news…they had a feckin field day….!

     

     

    HH

  5. Bateen Bhoy on

    And a warm welcome to RPMCelticfan.

     

    Another antipodean hun, maybe ? ;-)

  6. GREENPINATA on 8TH MAY 2017 9:41 PM

     

    Big Jimmy,

     

     

     

    A poster whose name eludes me at this time stated that you were his favour poster.

     

     

     

    I could never say that, as in my opinion ( As stated many times ) all posters are equal. Equally valid and equally welcomed

     

     

     

    However I can absolutely see where he is coming from.

     

     

    Fratenally yours.

     

     

    GP. ( Mark – C )

     

     

    GREEN PINATA,

     

    Firstly it was WEEBAWBABBITY who posted very kind words about “Favourite” etc.

     

    Then along came MIKE IN TORONTO…trying to muscle in on the act by claiming the same, and also adding that if he posted that “Big Jimmy” is also “Good Looking” he would be glad to do so ?

     

    However, MIKE IN TORONTO was trying to extract FEES from myself for said “Praise”….Typical Lawyer…..” Money is Gold” attitude !

     

    LOL.

     

    Only Joking Mike mate, your my Favourite lawyer EVER !

     

    HH

  7. HEBCELT on 8TH MAY 2017 10:36 PM

     

    Looking for some help, have four friends who will be in Glasgow on Cup Final weekend looking for somewhere to watch it and maybe have some food. Alea Sports bar has been suggested, anyone got any ideas of other venues. Hail Hail Hebcelt

     

     

    Hope you don’t mind this advice HEBCELT ?

     

    On cup final day the majority of Celtic pubs will be mobbed of course…However if you head down by Glasgow Cross in the Saltmarket, you will find ( on the Right Hand side of The Saltmarket)…a very old pub under the Railway Bridge called ” The Empire Bar” ( I know…the feckin name ?) . it’s NOT the greatest pub maybe BUT……..they have quite a large Lounge at the back of the Pub, with ample seating for friends to sit together, with a couple of large screens to watch The Celts.

     

    it beats being forced to stand all day, getting crushed as in other pubs. The Tolbooth at Glasgow Cross, I also like, but they allow too many folk in, and it’s MURDER POLICEMAN trying to get a Toilet Visit…never mind oot for a smoke !

     

     

    There is also McConnells bar around from the top of Cambridge Street at the top end of the city centre ?

     

     

    hope this helps ?

     

    HH

  8. VFR800 IS NOW A MONSTER 821 on 8TH MAY 2017 11:30 PM

     

    GREENPINATA on 8TH MAY 2017 10:45 PM

     

     

     

    You are doing it wrong! I’ve always found it really easy to get pished in Mcchuills.

     

     

     

    I would advise you though, it’s always much easier without your wife!

     

     

     

     

    KTF

     

    It’s even more fun with another man’s wife !

     

    HH

  9. Good morning CQN from a cool, overcast and still dry East Devon.

     

    Is Jobo back yet?

  10. blantyretim is praying for the Knox family on

    19 years ago we won the league preventing old oldco wining 10

     

    How times have changed ☘️☘️☘️☘️☘️☘️☘️☘️☘️☘️☘️☘️☘️☘️☘️☘️☘️☘️☘️☘️☘️☘️☘️☘️☘️☘️☘️☘️☘️☘️☘️☘️☘️☘️☘️☘️☘️☘️☘️☘️☘️

  11. Gooooood Morning CQN

     

     

    And a very very Hooooopy Birthday to my no1 Ghirl “Jenna”

     

    Have a great day sweetheart

     

     

    Hail Hail

  12. blantyretim is praying for the Knox family on

    Happy birthday Jenna

     

     

    Hebcelt

     

    What about Kitty o’ shays

     

     

    Next to central station or the Admiral bar

  13. VFR800 is now a Monster 821 on

    Word of The Day(FTSFA …….)

     

     

    incorrigible /ɪnˈkɒrɪdʒəbəl/ 

     

     

    adjective

     

    1. beyond correction, reform, or alteration 

     

    2. impervious to constraints or punishment; wilful; unruly; uncontrollable: 

     

    3. firmly rooted; ineradicable 

     

    4. not easily swayed or influenced: 

     

    5. (philosophy) (of a belief) having the property that whoever honestly believes it cannot be mistaken Compare defeasible

     

    6. firmly fixed; not easily changed: 

     

    noun

     

    7. a person or animal that is incorrigible 

     

     

    Derived Forms 

     

    incorrigibility, incorrigibleness, noun

     

    incorrigibly, adverb

     

     

    Word Origin and History for incorrigible

     

    adj.

     

    mid-14c., from Old French incorrigible (mid-14c.), or directly from Latin incorrigibilis “not to be corrected,” from in- “not, opposite of” (see in- (1)) + corrigibilis, from corrigere “to correct” (see correct). Related: Incorrigibly. As a noun, from 1746.

     

     

     

    KTF

  14. VFR800 is now a Monster 821 on

    RPMCELTICFAN on 9TH MAY 2017 5:19 AM

     

     

    You could start by answering a question: “are you a hun”?

     

     

     

    KTF

  15. Jobo Baldie on

    Good morning friends from a grey, overcast, calm and certainly-not-Ibiza-like East Kilbride.

     

     

    What’s been happening then? ;-)

  16. Morning from a dull Glasgow Airport, off to Dublin shortly for a flying visit via RyanAir

     

    Not used them for a while, let’s see how it goes. Take care everyone. HH

  17. Anyone else attending, ‘The Lions of Lisbon’ in Rutherglen Town Hall on Thusrsday? Anyone else seen this and if so, how was it?

  18. minx1888 praying to Wee Oscar on

    SFTB – so sorry for your loss thoughts and prayers are with you all!

     

     

    —-

     

     

    Happy birthday Jenna!

     

     

    Welcome back Jobo, I kind of preferred the weather when you were away :-)

  19. Celtic closer to Solanke Celtic have received a big boost in their pursuit of Chelsea striker Dominic Solanke after it emerged the 19-year-old has turned down a new contract offer and is set to leave Stamford Bridge this summer. Celtic could snap up the youngster for as little as £400,000, just a fraction of what it would cost an English Premier League side due to cross-border rules regarding out of contract players. Liverpool remain favourites to bring the Englishman to Anfield, though Jurgen Klopp is interested in other targets.

     

     

    Read more at: http://www.scotsman.com/sport/football/competitions/premiership/rumour-mill-celtic-closer-to-solanke-deal-rangers-target-says-goodbye-aberdeen-chase-maloney-1-4440609

  20. COWIEBHOY on 9TH MAY 2017 7:30 AM

     

    Gooooood Morning CQN

     

     

     

    And a very very Hooooopy Birthday to my no1 Ghirl “Jenna”

     

     

    Have a great day sweetheart

     

     

     

    Hail Hail

     

     

    Happy Hoopy Birthday little one Jenna.

     

    Hail Birthday Hail.

  21. Hoooooooopy Birthday Jenna, have a great day.

     

    Whatever the ole Roaster has got for your Birthday get double:-)

  22. Mountblow tim on

    Good Morning CQN

     

     

    SFTB

     

    Thoughts and prayers for you and your family God Bless you all

     

     

    Looking for the e-mail address for any of the committee members for the

     

    Orlando Florida Celtic Supporters Club going over in July and have some Kano scarfs for them

     

    Thanks for any help in this

     

     

    Hail Hail

     

    Mt

  23. for anyone with a son or grandson etc…for their Birthdays ( or any other time ?) I have always enjoyed John Lennon’s fantastic song for his son Sean.

     

     

    “Beautiful Boy”…”BHOY” ?

     

    Sorry, I can’t do the link, maybe some kind soul on here might ?

     

    HH

  24. Big Jimmy on 9th May 2017 8:33 am

     

     

    For the Huns….” Bad Moon Rising” BY Creedance Clearwater Revival ?

     

     

     

    haha

     

     

    HH

     

    ——————————————————————-

     

     

    Aye, although Green River might wind them up more…

  25. An Tearmann on

    Morning cqn

     

    Happy birthday Jenna

     

    Welcome back jobo hope you enjoyed holiday.

     

     

    Big jimmy/davidopolous

     

     

    Status Quo-Down Down

     

    ;-)

     

     

    HH

  26. blantyretim is praying for the Knox family on

    Mountblowtim

     

     

    Can’t access the Orlando CSC unfortunately

     

     

    Try via NAFCSC

  27. #MentalHealthAwarenessWeek –

     

    all I’m going to say is remember;

     

    every single person is fighting their own battle.

     

    Be kind. Please.

  28. John Fogerty and his Creedence Bhoys ( hit-making machine, biggest band in the world at the start of the seventies, knd of imploded shortly afterwards)

     

     

    Run Through The Jungle.