Is it 1 or 12 in a row tomorrow?


So what’s this, one in a row?  It’s been almost four years since that night in Dundee but when the questions concerning ineligible players are eventually answered, who knows, it could be 12 in a row or more.  We’ll find out soon enough.

The margin of supremacy Celtic have this season means that when the inevitable comes, whether it is two weeks or more after the earliest date the league could be won, the celebrations will not be as acute as they were in 2008 or even in 2001, when we finally knew our long period underfoot was finished, however, this will be recorded as one of the most important season’s in our history.

The methods which were used to combat Celtic’s re-emergence under Martin O’Neill and then Gordon Strachan have been laid bare.  The “crash and burn” predictions that so many of us spent years talking about, while Celtic ‘lost’ trophies but paid their bills have come true.

Tomorrow will be a special day.  Enjoy it.

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  1. Thanks Jobo,


    good luck with that.I’m getting picked up @ 9.30 and heading to a secret drinking den in Ayrshire prior to the game.Think i’ll be chewing Highland Toffee by about 5pm!

  2. archdeaconsbench on

    Thanks to all those who posted their kind words over the last few hours.. As someone posted earlier, this site truly is the ‘dear green place’ and one which I am proud to be a part of, albeit only contributing occasionaly…


    BJmac, thanks again for yr post and leaving a point of contact. I will be in touch although I’ll leave it for the day amigo… Today is about one thing and one thing only! Hope everyone enjoys today and stays safe… HH

  3. Bobby,where,sMax?



    Chewing Highland Toffee – that’s a new one on me!



    Have a fantastically memorable day!




  4. Laird of the Sunshine



    Thanks mate, Just replied. HH






    If you are lurking mate every time i reply to your mails it keeps saying delivery status failure, I have been replying so hope you are getting them. Thanks, HH.

  5. Archdeaconsbench



    Can you refer me to the post you made. I’ve scanned CQN from last night but just too many pages to get through.



    I’ve a feeling we may be in the same boat. If that’s the case then good luck mate. We can still party. Nothing wrong with sticking to the jelly and ice cream :-)))

  6. If all Celtic shirts arrive i am already at 110.



    Jordans Green & White.



    Thanks CQN

  7. serge


    mini BT is willing to give her hoops away…


    still working on her bumble bee…

  8. Whyte says he is into rangers for £30 million.



    Two of the bids are for £10 & £12 Million.



    I dont get it?




  9. Moonbeams WD. Kano 1000 \o/ Supporting Neil Lennon 100%. Eating Jelly & Ice Cream. Awe Naw… on 6 April, 2012 at 23:42:



    Could not believe reading back your post, contemplating giving up CQN, behave yourself my Bhoy, CQN would not be the same without MWD…



    Enjoy your day buddy.



    Keep the Faith!



    Hail Hail!

  10. Estadio Nacional on

    Heeeeere we go to hunners in a row,



    here we go to hunners in a row.



    Aye ya cheating swines Im taking yer tainted titles right now. Consider them ours.



    Heeeeere we go to hunners in a row,



    here we go to hunners in a row.

  11. Partizan



    Genuinely glad to see that your life remains on the up buddy.



    Enjoy some sprinkles on top today!!

  12. 67Heaven ... I am Neil Lennon..!!..Truth and Justice will always prevail on

    ASonOfDan on 7 April, 2012 at 08:24 said:



    The Ticketus deal …. If the season ticket money doesn’t cover it, he’s liable …… He knows exactly what he’s doing.

  13. My son has been away all week staying at the mother-in-laws in Moffat. I’ve missed him like crazy but he came home last night. We’ll be leaving for Kilmarnock in about an hour it’s his first away game (he’s 5) and he is very excited about Celtic winning the league. He told my brother in law that Ally McCoist is a puffer head – the worst insult imaginable in Conor’s mind – last night. My brother in law tried to pull his leg by telling him Rangers were signing Messi. Conor’s response ” Messi only plays for good teams” He then burst into Jelly and Ice cream when Rangers die followed by doing the broonie when Rangers die with arms extended! All this at the dinner table! The bhoy is class just wish I had been there to see it!



    Anyway winning the title is always something to celebrate, everyone have a fantastic day! Enjoy the party Hail Hail!

  14. 67Heaven ... I am Neil Lennon..!!..Truth and Justice will always prevail on

    Brushing ma teeth when ranker’s die……


    Then off to the game when ranker’s die…..

  15. 001 bhoy:


    Magic link, cheers.



    The greatest threat came from Johnstone’s wing and when he was freed after 39 minutes by a long ball into the right corner he tricked Cooper but was blatantly hacked down by Bremner. From the resultant free kick, Auld’s cross reached Gemmell at the back post. He fired it back across the goal line, but Cooper blocked it out and Sprake dived onto the loose ball.



    Clarke was booked for a nasty follow through on Hay after the defender had lofted the ball upfield from the touchline. Clarke’s challenge left the Scot sprawling outside the playing arena, but he was quickly up and on with the game. His attitude was typical of the home men, who were taking some rough treatment from frustrated Leeds players in great spirit.



    But Auld could be as nasty as any of the hard men in United’s ranks, and after 42 minutes Jones was carried off with a deep gash on his right shin. For a time there were fears he would not return. Bremner: “It was a terrible, terrible tackle on Mick Jones by wee Bertie Auld that did it. His leg was in a terrible state at half time. Well, I chased Bertie a few times that night. He knew I was after him. But no chance. He was too fly.”



    Jock Stein had warned Auld that the game would be fiercely competitive, and the Scottish schemer was determined not to hold back from any confrontation, saying later, “The Big Man was right. They didn’t really think we could play and when we started to move the ball around they got very rough. I had a tussle with a big centre called Jones who thought he could kick and get away with it. He didn’t. I gave as good as I got. At half time he came up to me and said, ‘Hunter’s going to sort you out.’ Norman Hunter was a hard man for them. In my view he did more damage off the ball than on it. He just tried to terrify you. I think they were surprised at how we stood up to them. I think when you had the Big Man’s presence about you, you fought your corner.”

  16. Lovely Spring Day in the Chilterns…



    Do we get to see Martin post – Stand up for the Champions? – I’ve missed those posts.



    The only thing tainted about the Trophy is the company it’s had to endure recently.



    Bet it’s looking forward to coming home and having a right good Polish.



    Celtic – Let it Shine!

  17. This Ng chap sounds like he is moving rangers to Singapore!



    Also says he will pay 20 cents in the Dollar to all creditors.



    I think I spot a flaw in his cunning plan… ;)

  18. 67Heaven ... I am Neil Lennon..!!..Truth and Justice will always prevail on

    Come on ye Bhoys in green



    Took my brother to his first game in years last weekend….’blown Away’ baby the GB

  19. Jobo Baldie on 7 April, 2012 at 08:13 said:



    i woke up this morning with that lovely hymn spinning round my head, “this is the day that the Lord had made , we will rejoice and be glad in it ”


    I ran Mrs Mc to work still singing it and will sing it all the way down to Killie.


    Today, the Orcs see the future ; their nemesis , the man they could not beat , will dleiver the title.


    I was at Ipox 2 weeks ago but never felt like we would win it, depite all the bluster, today is different. TODAY IS SPECIAL.

  20. midfield maestro on

    Cannot get out of France quick enough, excitement is too much to take.



    Hail hail the Celts are here…

  21. 001 boy



    That first picture, I think that is the queue for the tickets. I remember my dad used to let me and my brothers take the afternoons off school so we could line up and each get two so we always got enough tickets.

  22. BT



    Just got your reply thanks mate. Still searching for a Monica on the streets of Al Mazra’ah but no joy yet. HH

  23. 67Heaven ... I am Neil Lennon..!!..Truth and Justice will always prevail on

    A chink in his armour ?


    ………. Actually, I think he will sell to Murray, and Murray will liquidate when the FTT decision Is published

  24. Son of Warsaw on

    In Dunoon for the weekend, any suggestions for a Celtic friendly pub to watch the game today ?

  25. Good luck to the U19 Champions as they play at Murray Park at 11.00 this morning.




  26. archdeaconsbench on 7 April, 2012 at 08:10 said:



    Np problem mate, enjoy your day ;-))))))) I’m very excited!!!! Look forward to hearing from you.



    Paddybhoy – yesssssss!!!!!







  27. 67Heaven ... I am Neil Lennon..!!..Truth and Justice will always prevail on

    Right…need to go …..getting too uptight….hail hail