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Is it 1 or 12 in a row tomorrow?

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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. Take it then it’s on ESPN, oh well Shortbread for me and Murdo harping on about shy balls!! Comedy.

     

     

    Hope you all have a great day on this bright Easter morn!! :D

     

     

    Take care out there.

     

     

    HAIL HAIL THE CELTS ARE HERE.

     

     

    Ádh mór oraibh uilig.

  2. Bryce Curdy on 7 April, 2012 at 11:33 said:

     

    Ianinascoli – you’re correct. We did lose 3-0 at Fir Park on the Wednesday before we clinched the title in 1977. Andy Lynch scored 2 own goals!

     

     

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    I had forgotten that.

     

    was at that game as well.

     

    Could we have wont the league that night ?

     

     

    Andy redeamed himself offcourse with penalty cup final goal.

  3. Awe_Naw_No_Annoni_Oan_Anaw_Noo on

    Nobody knows where the money has gone Watty left the same time No longer can he play underhand holding her hand When the SPL supposed to be mine

     

     

    Celtics party, and I’ll die if I want to Die if I want to, die if I want to You would die too if it happened to you

     

     

    HH

  4. OK laptop going off and all positive energies directed towards Rugby Park.

     

     

    After a nervous morning I actually feel right now that we’re going to do it in style. I’m allowing myself 1 beer (busy later) when we go 3 up or when we’ve won the title. Hopefully I’ll be having it with my half time pie!

     

     

    Enjoy the ride and see you on the other side…

     

     

    Jobo

  5. for goodness sake give them back their 10 points….stops likes of burley goin on about this tainted thing….sure the guy must be loosing loads of sleep thinking about it,,,,no doubt theyll dream up something else

  6. Just as important as complaining, as many as possible get back to ESPN …

     

     

    http://tv.espn.co.uk/gb/espl/help-feedback?addata=feedback_footer_text

     

     

     

    A couple of weeks ago I and a number of other Celtic supporters complained that C Burley was continually spoiling our enjoyment of Celtic games covered by ESPN with his evident grudge against the club coming out at every opportunity..

     

    I am pleased to see that he is not on the panel today. Well done ESPN I hope this is a consequence of ESPN reacting to viewer feedback and we will not have to suffer him again or unsubscribe..

     

    Thank you

  7. Feeling sick, can’t eat, can’t sit still.

     

     

    Usual pre-match nerves.

     

     

    And I do this because I love the Celtic.

     

     

    God Bless all

  8. I’m *almost* tempted to wish for a defeat today, so we ca win it in the hoops and not that hideous yellow and black thing…..

  9. Well done boys the title is ours still to early for a drink here innyc but will head onto the island for a good drink at full time thanks to all at can for keeping the info going

  10. jude2005 is Neil Lennon \o/ on

    Sheils says he felt intimidated?? Go and have a look at ursel ya clown. Neil Lennon has been intimidated from the first day he arrived here.

     

     

    Thers only ONE NEIL LENNON!!!

  11. Been searching for a snapshot of Lenny’s raised arm salute to the fans today

     

    Sparkleghirl, cheers, got it from your link there.

     

    Ta.

  12. Congratulations to Lenny, Thommo, Mjallby and Garry Parker

     

     

    Special mention to John Park who since Lenny came in has done exceptioally well in getting bargains with he scouting. Credit where credit is due.

     

     

    Also to Peter Lawell who has stayed strong and took it on the chin a few times while some of us me included have wanted more in the signing department when it didn’t happen.

     

     

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  13. The Exiled Tim @ 23.08 (6/4/12),

     

    Back at last (& not a moment too soon: as the typos are creeping in , I should probably have gone to bed).

     

    Thanks for explaining that there is a level playing field for the chosen few; no-one interested in Scottish football will be surprised by that.

     

    I don’t expect Paul to do anything about canamalar; I certainly don’t want Paul to spank him as he’d quite likely enjoy it. His postings (not Paul’s) show an obsession with w**king: enough said.

     

    Don’t worry – I can handle Celtskelper; the problem is that he can’t handle me. Recently, I’ve debated on blogs with supporters of Richard Dawkins, gay “marriage” & abortion (I’m not in favour of any of them). I’ve managed – I hope this doesn’t seem vainglorious – to shut them all up; after runing out of arguments, they resorted to insults (with one exception), but NONE of them descended to obscenities as did my CQN friend. His post to which I referred is a two-fingers-up to the whole CQN community.

     

    I’ve followed CQN for years, after being guided to it by my eldest son; I only managed to log onto it & post recently. I don’t think that I’m on the wrong blog: the community here vastly outweighs one or two obscene cretins (in respect of whom, a self-glorifying user-name points to someoone who is sorely inadequate).

     

    I was thinking of asking you where you’re exiled, but I think you’ve given a clue: muchas gracias! I’m voluntarily exiled for part of the year in the next peninsula along; dearer, but better food: a la prossima volta!