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The events of this week will be scant consolation to the bereaved of Hillsborough, but it is nonetheless important that football paid appropriate respects, as fans and clubs across England did this weekend.

When Celtic offered to host Liverpool for their first game after the tragedy they took a step to demonstrate solidarity with the people of that city.  In presenting a wreath on behalf of the Celtic Movement at Anfield today, Peter Lawwell carried on the spirit of that week.

It’s often the easy acts which are the most important.

Loved the Scottish Cup semi-finals. perfect result-performance combination which allowed Super Salary, Glib and Shameless, Newco and fans of every other club in Scottish football to take something from the first game.

Seville – The Celtic Movement


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  1. bournesouprecipe on

    Celtic,Aberdeen and now Utd or Saints will all have all won trophies this season. Time to dismiss the cringe and accept the game is healthy

     

     

    @jimspence

  2. leftclicktic We are all Neil Lennon on

    Phil MacGiollaBhain@Pmacgiollabhain · 58m ago

     

    I just get the feeling that the scene is set for yet ANOTHER Dave King statement…

     

    #Justafeeling

     

     

     

    Phil MacGiollaBhain@Pmacgiollabhain · 47m ago

     

    This must be a troubling time for the supporters of the new club. Sadly, this is just the beginning.

  3. Living_in_the_Love_of_the_Commons_People on

    leftclicktic we are all neil lennon

     

    18:10 on 13 April, 2014

     

     

    “Have we not suffered enough?”

  4. Best quality football match I have seen all season today.

     

     

    Remember how bad Athletico Madrid made us feel Bhoys?

     

     

    Liverpool would batter these.

     

     

    Hail Hail

  5. leftclicktic We are all Neil Lennon on

    Till later all

     

    Armageddon Ehhhhh

     

    Only for a few clubs that I can see and all self inflicted.

     

     

    BRTH Thank you for making me smile with your boots:))

  6. Living_in_the_Love_of_the_Commons_People on

    Don’t know about anyone else, and I am aware and support justice for the 96, but I couldn’t give a hoot what goes on in the financial doping league. Chelsea and Man City big clubs? Don’t make me laugh.

  7. The decision to give PN a platform

     

    was ill advised at best.

     

    I expressed my opposition at the time.

     

    Now i hear cqn intend giving a poster

     

    who has rarely said a good word about Celtic

     

    a platform.

     

    Why ?

  8. Brogan Rogan Trevino and Hogan supports Oscar Knox, MacKenzie Furniss and anyone else who fights Neuroblastoma on

    Gordon64 — who are you on about?

  9. thomthethim for Oscar OK on

    ….PFayr supports WeeOscar

     

    18:06 on

     

    13 April, 2014

     

    Should Sevco go into Administration ……will they be able to get out of it before the start of next season …if not then they would be subject to an automatic points deduction at the start if the season

     

     

    Surely , removing all hope of promotion.

     

     

    *********

     

    That’s the reason why they won’t go into Admin.

     

     

    What I don’t understand is, if King is such a threat to the board, why are they not warning their “loyal” fans about handing over their money to a man of his proven record of dishonesty?

     

     

    I can’t get past the Plan that Whyte proposed for the buying,cleansing and reincarnationg a “team, playing in blue, at Ibrox”.

     

     

    The Murray / Whyte Plan.

     

     

    Nothing has been done to derail the scam, which cleared the one, real hurdle, of getting the license to play football, under the same club ruse.

     

     

    The rest was just lining up the ducks until the spivs (Ticketus, etc.) got their cash out of the wreck.

     

     

    Job done.

  10. Living_in_the_Love_of_the_Commons_People on

    Now I see how, erm, Bobby Murdoch’s Curled Up Winkelpickers picked his blog name :-)

  11. valentinesday on

    ryecatcher

     

     

    The home game v London Sevco will be crucial,a bigger

     

    test than today,the special one? will do what’s needed to

     

    be done,foul or fair.

  12. BRTH …..POST YOUR BOOTS ON HUM MEDIA ……PRETENDING TO BE ONE OF THEIR SPIVS, WITH THE IMMORTAL LINE ….’THESE BOOTS ARE MADE FOR WALKIN’ AND THATS WHAT IM GONNA DO ONE O’ THESE DAYS THESE BOOTS ARE GONNA WALK ALL OVER YOU’………SCRATCH THAT BRTH, JUST GO AS YERSEL …….FILL YER BOOTS!!!!

  13. On PN

     

     

    Though I disagree with practically everything he has to say I think it was to the credit of Paul and the others to engage with him

     

    One of the main reasons as to why the old Huns died and the new Zombies are headed the same way – is the fact that they allow absolutely no possible dialogue nor dissent from within their ranks!

     

    Debate -as long as it stays within the bounds of decency – is extremely healthy as it makes people think and question what they are being fed or what they are used to!

     

    Far too often the Huns silenced anything remotely critical of themselves by saying it was Tims that were out to do them down!

     

    Well by now they should have realised where that got them!

     

     

    HH

  14. the exiled tim

     

     

    18:22 on 13 April, 2014

     

    “G64

     

     

    I think there is a massive difference between nevin and NA2, no…”

     

     

    Correct, Pat Nevin doesn’t support St Mirren :-)

     

     

     

    On a serious note, just as I didn’t read what Pat Nevin said I don’t need to read the alternative CEO, just as I don’t read the daily record.

     

     

    It is easy. Everyone decides for themselves.

  15. I,m not a great lover of Liverpool had a horrible experience with them and their fans at Ian Rush testimonial just after raith rovers beat us in league cup but I,m Delighted for Brendan Rodgers good Celtic man and wants his team to play entertaining football.HH

  16. Pat Nevin…..pseudo intellectual….thick as feck

     

     

    Andy Walker…..never pretended to be intellectual…..Good Guy

     

     

    SayitasyouseeitCS

  17. Jack Nicklaus talking more sense

     

    about golf than any person i’ve heard.

     

    A true sporting legend.

  18. Teg…

     

     

    6-0 game at Rushies testimonial?

     

     

    Did Fergus McCann really give a fook?

  19. Tom

     

     

    That’s fair enough.

     

     

    But to silence someone like NA2 cos his opinion differs from the majority smacks of hunnish traits IMO.

     

     

    Let him offer up an alternative, there can’t be any harm in that.

     

     

    Nevin had-has a completly different agenda, one thing NA2 has never done is stick it in to the support, he does the opposite in fact, and that is a FACT >}

     

     

    HH

  20. South Of Tunis on

    Pat Nevin / Neg Anon.

     

     

    Can t see Neg Anon turning up at work with some Pale Fountains choons under his arm.

  21. !!Bada Bing!! on

    16 roads-Liverpool got a raw deal 2 weeks in a row earlier in the season.A diabolical offside v Man City to go 2-0 up,and Etoo fouled Saurez v Chelsea for a pen and a red card.Saurez lucky to stay on the park today,hope Liverpool win it .HH

  22. squire danaher on

    rye catcher

     

     

    With the tragic exception of all things Hillsborough, from where exactly do you get the notion that Celtic and Liverpool are, as you make out, “soulmates”??

  23. squire danaher

     

     

    With the tragic exception of all things Hillsborough, from where exactly do you get the notion that Celtic and Liverpool are, as you make out, “soulmates”??

     

    ———

     

    I would imagine it’s because rye catcher supports Celtic and Liverpool :o)

  24. Living_in_the_Love_of_the_Commons_People on

    The Pat Nevin debate has produced some of the most insightful and sensible posts I’ve read on the blog for a while.

     

     

    So, perhaps the policy of engage and not disassociate has been successful for that reason alone.

     

     

    Well done the CQN team.

  25. !!Bada Bing!! on

    Andy Walker is as bad as any ex Celtic player turned pundit,he should know better but craves the SMSM hun propaganda pound.

  26. TET

     

    I’m all for freedom of speech

     

    and the poster in question is more than

     

    entitled to express his views

     

    however we have to endure enough anti Celtic guff here

     

    without giving one of our own the opportunity

     

    to put the boot in imo.

  27. Ryecatcher yes 6-0 game taunted about RR result all day in pubs and at the game no soulmates of mine

  28. Paul67 et al

     

     

    Glad to see Celtic represented at Anfield today, right and fitting twenty five years on. Right and fitting also that Liverpool won the game, though it is still a three horse race if Chelsea beat the Reds in two weeks time.

     

    Congratulations to both Dundee United and St Johnstone in reaching the Scottish Cup final, though hope Jackie’s boys go on to win it, seem to remember them being robbed by the very Reverand McCurry in the final a few years back when Craig Levene was in charge. No prizes for guessing who the beneficiaries were!

     

     

    Looking forward to the golf now, with my money, on Lee Westwood, still in play. He has improved every round, has threatened before, and this could just be his time.

  29. Never liked Liverpool, always liked Man U from Best, Law & Charlton days, but I found myself punching the air and cheering when Coutinho scored the winner today.

     

    Really hope Liverpool win the league for Brendan Rodgers and Everton get fourth for Roberto Martinez. Young managers who try to get their teams to play expansive attacking football. The opposite of Mourinho’s anti-football or Moyes, Allardyce etc’s hoof ball tactics.

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