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  1. prestonpans bhoys on

    Setting Free,

     

     

    In fairness to them thay did add a caveat ““Had I known about the Celtic team lap of honour, I would have suggested that the plan would be to release the Rangers fans first, if we had a Celtic win.”

  2. Police Scotland.

     

     

    Hmmmmm.

     

     

    I dinnae think Kev is far aff the Mark.

     

     

    A Migration is coming.

     

     

    There must always be conflict.

     

     

    Hopefully Lives urnae lost.

     

     

    Stupid thinking that.

     

     

    Please Njoi Celtic Winning all the Trophies.

     

     

    These are the End Times.

     

     

    ;))

  3. Canamalar it looks like OCD obsession on

    Think we will get a strong statement from the Plc in response to the Police blaming them for the violence, ha ha ha ha ha ha ha aye right, suck it up and take it on the chin, its the Celtic way

  4. Hunderbirds are Gone on

    That leaked Polis Scotland report is both shocking and surprising in equal measure. Shocking that a senior law enforcement official could actually make such a claim. Surprising that the Daily Record would submit an FOI request to Polis Scotland. That’s the kind of thing that a journalist would do.

     

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  5. OK,the Huns cut our ticket allocation at Ibrox,because their fans cant stand the sight of our players,and fans celebrating winning.Now they cant stand to see Celtic winning,even at Celtic Park.

     

    If only I could connect both.Has to be something.

  6. Let’s have a look at the polis report and what are identified as its findings;

     

    A crackdown on Celtic and Rangers players doing a lap of honour after Old Firm games- is this only while Celtic keep winning those games?

     

     

    Staggered cordons at Janefield Street, where fans were crushed, for Old Firm games- does this mean that no forward planning took place projecting how to manage a situation known about months in advance?

     

     

    A review of away support numbers and segregation arrangements for future games- does this mean the polis want a return to previous away support numbers, and is this only for games at Celtic Park?

     

     

    A review of holdback, as Rangers fans being held back after the match was identified as an issue at the September game- didnt the police connect the fact that Celtics players and manager walk to fans after games to applaud them, with the fact that we regularly spank the new club? Is considering 2 things at once a special branch issue?

  7. STAIRHEEDRAMMY on 26TH NOVEMBER 2018 12:20 PM

     

     

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    My thoughts exactly.

     

     

    There is a police commander at EVERY Celtic home game. And they must have noted the players do an appreciative walk round the park after every game.

     

     

    Nothing changed on that day. And nothing needs to change. Just treat them like every other club. Damn, and I was doing so well until that last sentence.

  8. The extreme deficiency that maligns the Celtic boardroom is never more evident than when Celtic Football Club is being treated differently. Differently, when a policeman expects , anticipates but fails to act on trouble merely when Celtic win again.

     

     

    When Artur Boruc made the sign of the cross it was fine in Scotland to anticipate that ‘he’ could ‘have caused a riot’, the 2018 stabbings, coin throwing. and other general drawing of blood, is always someone elses’ fault when the bears get restless.

     

     

    There was Hibs over celebrating for winning a cup for the first time in fifty years but Focus has clearly had enough at seven in a row, and double trouble trebles, where something has to be done, anything to stop these joyous fenians running amok, and winning in their country.

     

     

    Oh for a Bob Kelly, its high time Celtic football club learned to speak in public, during our latest generation of domination, too often this great club remains silent and insular, we had bigger hills to die on than Foucus, and didn’t, but Celtic need to take on a new route in communicating our position and status in modern day Scotland.

     

     

    The AGM last week was surely the final straw in how not to treat the lifeblood of the club.

     

     

    Fergus McCann CSC

  9. Sorry about the source, but the extract below has very refreshing comments from Dedryk Boyata. He does, of course, have the opportunity to put his money where his mouth is, by signing a new contract with us.

     

     

     

    …Boyata, in an interview with Belgian newspaper de Zondag, revealed he’s uncomfortable with the huge wages he earns.

     

     

    He pointed out: “I have that Congolese culture in me. I do not only play football for myself. I want to give something back to my parents. Despite everything, I received a good education.

     

     

    “They can now also lead a better life. My father has his own transport company. I am grateful to be in this position.

     

    Football players enjoy a status that is actually unjustified. I know what my mother has to do for her wages.

     

     

    “In comparison, footballers earn too much money. But I stay away from that fake stuff. That is because of my background. I was not a big star when I was 18 and I’m not now.”

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