Don’t mention the (boardroom) war


With financial projections which provide entertaining reading, Rangers International promoted director, Walter Smith, to the position of chairman.  Smith immediately proclaimed, “Unity among the directors is vital”, although he was not asked about the forthcoming EGM where fellow directors Malcolm Murray and Chris Morgan face dismissal, while a third director, Charles Green, suggested he was going to resign by today, but has not got around to filling out the form yet (does this guy have ‘form’ when it comes to filling Companies House forms?)…..

They don’t do unity very well.

The only show in town is season ticket sales; for all clubs.  Maybe Celtic should appoint Martin O’Neill to the board for a few weeks to allow the newspapers to provide some bluster for those who more convinced by headlines and sound-bites than strategy?  Perhaps not.  Let’s stick to plan.

Lisbon Lion in Ayrshire, send reinforcements!

Willie Wallace will be at Waterstons in Ayr from 1-3pm this afternoon, get along (with camera) if you can.

Tomorrow Willie will be at the Celtic Superstore from 12-2pm before going to the Celtic Shop, Clydebank, from 3.30-5.30pm.  Get out and meet the man.

Great to meet so many people at Waterstons, Stirling, last night. The store sold out of Willie’s autobiography. There was actually a queue of people waiting to enter the store at one point.

Just a few days left on the auction for the signed Messi strip, a magnificent piece of football memorabilia. Keep an eye on it here.

Order your copy of Heart of a Lion, delivered before Father’s Day, below…..

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  1. Aye, Bildeberg. In England!?



    Am I right in thinking the Met requested this location so they could use the event as a Security Practice for their trained marksmen??



    A lot of rozzer activity in Central Scotland today, from Glasgow to Edinburgh. Choppers, the lot.



    Am glad such practice maneovres to protect them cost the Bildeberg group nothing, cos money means nothing to them. Makes sense, in a capitalist kind of way :))

  2. petec @ 01:35



    Aye, the Bildebergers were actually liquidated.



    A few of the Murdoch family set up a newbergers, but they couldn’t get the whole of the meeja to sign the 20,000 way agreement. So Sevbergers were relegated to the Watford Times League, and will remain there until it is safe for Minted Murdoch to return to the fold as a hero, and restore them to their rightful place in the world (and it’s domination). First they must extract some cash from some gullible muppets who don’t have a particularly well tuned-in 6th sense :))

  3. petec



    Never question time – it can’t even give you abstract responses :)))



    FFS, I’m getting better at talking absolute nonsense the older I get.



    But these questions we pose on such nightshifts, are the very questions which the SFA might be in a position to answer…..especially as all the basic questions from the footballin public are beneath them. Ground Control to Campbell O…….

  4. “The day they found me asleep on the floor Engine running, closed garage door Was the day the ‘For Sale’ sign arrived on the lawn 2 weeks later and we were gone”

  5. petec @ 01:52



    :)) Or was it simply a Minted laden trailer being hauled by the harnessed Moisty and the Myth as they all ran to save themselves from the crumbling institution of what was Rangers FC, as it fell apart behind them due to their unthinking criminality. And like all normal criminals, they can’t help returning to the scene of the crime :)))

  6. A Ceiler Gonof Rust on

    BobM, you are right to point out how weird and odd that picture was but do you have any idea of how comfortable those special Celtic suits are?



    Its my clothing of choice for next season, will the wee Italian man Alfredo let me into Coias wearing it?



    I do hope so:-)




    P.S. I thought young acgr looked like a modern day Ian Anderson and pretty dashing at that. So pit that in yer pipe:-)

  7. zimmerman



    Aye…are the SNP not promoting this?



    It would be good in theory if we had a system which gave responsibility to the right people in a supporting role – it’s actually more in line with left-wing government from that point of view.



    But as you know, the reality, left-wing thinking has been demonised in the last 20 years, and the powers that be have taken the elements of left-wing thinking that suit their plans, ie control.



    A long term, and clever, coup d’état.



    Despite the basic theory of this and how it could be good, the reality is, in the UK today (the surveillance society of the world), it’s a horrific prospect.



    Not a co-incidence that this is being discussed in the run up the BB meeting. They keep poking and prodding with new control measures. Some get through, some don’t. But the more that eventually get passed in Parliament, the easier it is for them to progress. Which is what has been happening for some time. Consider ID cards in the UK. The current debate on data communications. The debate in the States on chipping children at birth.



    We’re too complacent in the UK and USA amigo. Yep, we’re on the same road to ruin as the States.



    I know you know all this – just voicing my thoughts…:((

  8. petec



    “Scramble Campbell” :))) Only way to deal with a rotten egg ! Then feed it to a hungry hun neighbour. But we wouldn’t as we are the kind and hospitable ones. We just laugh at the thought of doing it :))



    Can’t get enough of seeing Lenny lifting a trophy. It’s like sharing every moment. Seems more special than ever !



    Tis why I love watching this regularly! :




  9. ACGR/ Petec,



    Great songs !!



    Fred C,



    Great minds think alike ! Try right clicking the speaker icon on bottom right of your computer, and selecting playback devices. Mibbes playing around with that will sort it. It’s likely just a wee thing like that. Or try pluggin in earphones (assuming you were using speakers before) to the green audio socket (a small jack).

  10. Pedro,



    Those words are an indication of your humble and good soul, amigo. For an example of how the opposite approach has, of self-entitlement and mis-placed bitter resentment, we need only peak disapprovingly over the top of our Tim-Specs at the mugs wearing cheap-print sevco tops with five stars mistakenly printed over the new logo :))



    KTF, and HH.

  11. Cathach,


    Could have been the same ‘Godfrey Davis’ van, that I rented, with about twelve people in the back – much cheaper than a bus for us civil servants from Cowglen. The whole wheel rolled into a field of snow.


    If it was the same van – do you remember how cold we were in the back, on the aluminium floor?




  12. A Stor Mo Chroi @ 03:37



    :)) Craigey Whyte’s Cludgie, being bombed by the Yanks for being IN a rogue state – simple hygiene would have saved them :)) Also noticed the one burd missing from Craigey’s arms throughout, was Joanna Lumley, who must surely be relaxing with Minty in the Canary Islands as we speak…..:))

  13. A Stor Mo Chroi on




    Craig Whyte – the next Chairman of Celtic? Beyond the realms of belief?



    Well (Sir) Walter Smith is the new Chairman of The Huns. (I know he hasn’t been knighted yet, but it’s coming)

  14. A Stor Mo Chroi



    :)) Now steady on – I know he’s a hero, but….so were Paulo Di Canio and Tony Blair at one point !!



    Talking of which, one thing the dayshift don’t see, on BBC News 24 (as it’s usually uncensored world & UK news), I see the next country to feel the wrath of this new model of western democracy is Turkey, cue the mass subjugation of the public while they demonstrate against it. Western democracy and irony – a match made in feckin hell.



    Funny old thing this western democracy of the 21st Century malarkey. You’d think they were trying to use religion and race to to divide us all and make their subjugation of us all a wee bit easier.



    I feel a rant coming on – am going to write to BBC Points of View. Jeremy Vine is such a clever chairman in a balanced debate.