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  1. Well that was one of the easiest victories I have witnessed, probably had a harder run out in training yesterday

  2. Fan-a-tic


    I hadn`t seen that post. You are right. It does put your later post in context.


    Cheerio for now.



  3. leftclicktic on 26th December 2017 3:27 pm



    Well that was one of the easiest victories I have witnessed, probably had a harder run out in training yesterday








    You are likely right.



    A very hard shift for Neil McCann losing his Dad @ this time. We are all Judges, when we should not be.



    Njoi your Family. It is critical.



    I love Fitba but it is not as Important as it could be.



    I am a Guatamalean Bad Bhoy.

  4. leftclicktic on 26th December 2017 3:27 pm



    Well that was one of the easiest victories I have witnessed, probably had a harder run out in training yesterday




    You’ve seen nothing yet. Saturday will be the mother of all training sessions.

  5. Gerryfaethebrig on




    Neil McCann ?



    Anybody who loses their father is sad, sad stuff, but the wee runt stood shoulder to shoulder with Donald Findlay giving the Billy boys laldy, again, McCann is insignificant to me but by all accounts he was a Tim growing up and he has heehaw good to say about our club (apologies for the rant :-)

  6. Uxbridge letter of the day is T :-



    Tadpole: A quarter Polish



    Taffeta: A Welsh goats’ cheese or A cannibal with a preference for Welsh people



    Tally-Ho!: A loose woman who keeps count



    Tannoy: To irritate loudly



    Tantamount: To ride a French aunt



    Tapas: To gently touch someone’s bottom



    Tapestry: Ornamental plumbing



    Tapioca: A disappointingly average dance routine



    Tarmac: Scottish gratitude



    Telepathy: When you can’t be bothered to turn over the TV



    Telephony: A fake television.



    Template: Overdue substitue worker.



    Tendentious: False teeth



    Tentative: Doubtful about going camping



    Testicle: An amusing exam question



    Testicular: A vampire who talks bollocks



    Teutonic: What you order with ‘two gin’



    Textile: A place to clamber over a fence in a certain southern American state.



    Thermidor: A Spanish lobster fighter



    Thermos: The Greek God of picnics



    Thespian: A woman who only sleeps with actresses



    Thesaurus: Condition caused by eating the hot curry or Prehistoric animal with many names



    Thinking: A slim monarch.



    Throng: A three-pieced thong



    Tickertape: Temporary watch strap



    Timbre: The cry of a French lumberjack as a tree falls



    Tirade: Puncture repair kit.



    Tissues: Important matters in Yorkshire



    Titillate: Delayed puberty



    Toadstool: Porn version of Wind In The Willows



    Toksvig: A clock cosy



    Tombola: A fine hat belonging to Thomas or A man who throws cats



    Toronto: Expression used by the Lone Ranger when drunkenly addressing his colleague



    Toucan: Couple of tins



    Tourettes: Very short coach holidays.



    Trailmix: To stalk Irish men



    Trampoline: Cleansing fluid for tramps



    Transcend: To wake from a dazed or sleeplike state.



    Transgression: When female impersonators get cross



    Transponder: A person who flies across the Atlantic.



    Transsubstantiation: providing evidence of one’s sex change



    Transvestite: Borrowing an undergarment only to find it doesn’t fit.



    Trash: Yorkshire measles



    Traumatise: Troubled neckwear



    Treacle: deforestation



    Triangle: Have a go at fishing.



    Trigonometry: A cowboy’s method for locating his horse



    Triplane: A special footpath for people who are always falling over.



    Tripod: Three-legged device for carrying offal



    Troilism: The ability to fit three people into a wooden horse



    Truculent: A large vehicle that you have loaned out.



    Truncheon: Policeman’s midday meal



    Tumbling: A belly-button ring



    Turpentine: A Geordie highwayman



    Two-Fold: Beginner’s origami class



    Tycoon: Businessman who made his money selling cravats



    Typhoon: Tea that gives you wind



    Typo: Smelly neck attire.

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    Wee Jamesie




  8. Gerryfaethebrig on 26th December 2017 3:40 pm



    If you let that nonsense get to yer heid you’d be as well disowning nearly every prod that pulled on a jersey for us.

  9. GFTB



    Celtic 6 Newco 0







    Celtic is good.



    Just for one weekend a wee bit of not attacking the dude that is obviously hurting more than the fitba stuff.



    Sounds like his olde man was a qualty dude too.



    Horrible time to lose anyone.

  10. Gerryfaethebrig on







    My post was about wee Cornelius never having a good word to say about us when he had his Sky gig



    Just fur clarity I married the best prod on the go :-)


    Satisfactory result,but maybe not our best performance. Happy enough,though-three points is always welcome.



    THEEXILEDTIM,CANAMALAR and myself-amongst others-have been warning for years about Health and Safety issues resulting from referees officiating with different rules for us. Today was a prime example of it.



    No player should ever make a challenge on a fellow professional like the one on Jonny Hayes today.



    And for it to be deemed unworthy of even a free-kick should see the officials responsible kicked out of the game. They might not like it,but they are well paid to properly apply the laws of the game.


    Offski,working tonight. Have a good time,folks.






    Nothing personal,as I’ve not replied to your posts previously,but I can’t say I’m too pleased with your choice of moniker. However,it IS your choice.




  13. Cosy Corner Bhoy on

    Not read back but absolutely pissed off about the way we seem to go into neutral after we go two goals up.


    Never ever liked 2-0 as always feel it is a disaster waiting to happen.


    We should have had them buried with 4 or 5 before HT then all three subs on and a run out before we meet Sevco.


    Happy with end result but………..

  14. I recall Craigan making the snide remark today that Broony usually gets away with 6 or 8 fouls before he is booked (because he was booked today after his 4th(??) foul).



    According to the site I looked at, this was broony’s 7th booking this season but only his 3rd in the Scottish Premiership ( He has been booked twice in Europe and twice in the LC). This seems par for the course for a combative midfielder (wonder how Lasley et al compare in previous seasons).



    Is there any site which tallies the amount of fouls awarded against him?

  15. Wonder how if feels when you realize not only do celtic have the best first team squad, they also have the best youth set up too. So you can no longer outspend us and you cant out produce the conveyer belt that is lennoxtown.



    From Mcgeady, kennedy, maloney, mcmanus to forrest, calmac, henderson and now to K. T, M.johnson, A. Ralston and C. Miller. There IS so much promise moving down the age ranks and the infustructure assures;



    Those that do make the grade at celtic have to excel BEYOND anything in scotland.






    Those that dont will have a good chance of moving a careers for themselves elsewhere.



    T.B’s legacy to celtic continues and i hope we continue to invest in it.



    Would love to see barrowfield training fields transformed into a centre of excellence for our academy/ school kids with a main pitch ( women/ under-21 games) plus associated pitches and facilities i.e stand, changing rooms, viewing area etc… for spectators and parents with a wink to past graduates and the most successful team in our history and another place to visit for spectors, tourists and supporters alike.






  16. Gerryfaethebrig on

    Cosy Corner Bhoy



    I actually like you being “pissed off” at us just winning 2-0 :-)

  17. SFTB,



    Broonie has earned every MOTM.



    I’ve been stunned by his Constant excellent performances.



    He is positioning himself like a Seasoned pro.




    Celtic PA MOTM BROONIE. Most Times they are right.

  18. Well that was easy. Dundee offered little in what was nothing more than a training exercise. Wee Jamesy is in the form of his life, he was brilliant. Ntcham and Brown had compete control of the midfield area. When Armstrong came on we got very slack and untidy. Griff got his goal but was wasteful i thought. Ajer again did well.



    Could not have asked for more after the Hearts game to be honest, we are in complete control of the League. All thoughts turn to the weekend now. Ajer and Ntcham will be very unlucky if they miss out, Sinky and Moussa will come back in too. The only real decision to be made is McGregor or Armstrong. Armstrong will get the nod i think.

  19. Passing the time watching Killie versus the zombie monkey huns.




    Their back 4 are garbage. Seriously poor at defending. The new white hope mccrory is rubbish.



    Boyd has 5attempts at goal. Waddling past them several times around the d.



    I want six goals. Get it done Celtic. No holding back.

  20. Gerryfaethebrig on

    i need to say I thought the Griffs link up play was excellent



    Don’t agree with our number 9 taking corners but what do I know :-)

  21. JAMESGANG on 26TH DECEMBER 2017 3:09 PM



    Class response from a very astute young manager.



    *heard wee celt ma soul disparaged him after St Brendan complimented his side on trying tae play fitba, ‘I don’t need wee pats on the back.” Bet he widnae say that bout naesurname,.

  22. We’re going for four wins in a row on Saturday and when we win we will equal the mighty Soft Loans Co achievement earlier this month.



    I can’t wait.

  23. TT



    I found it interesting that Neil was brought into the jibber jabber when Walturd lost the game. Graeme Celtic Park i*……………………………………………………………………………







    Dave King Expose.




    Neil is fighting hard for Celtic I reckon.

  24. TT



    You know BR would just do his wee smile thing at that comment….but with the wee touch of ice in his eyes.



    HH jamesgang

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