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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. BT

     

     

    I have booked 5 places at beam back but I’m only needing 4

     

     

    If the one place is any use, let me know.

  2. cheers chaplin. I ll phone tomorrow morning..

     

    or get my old man to phone… o))

  3. HT

     

     

    meeting up at 11-30 in Tennents with mates to watch the game

     

     

    rather spend the £30 on bevvy than give it to those feckers

     

     

    you on the randan later on

  4. no7

     

     

    you`d have to lose all the principles that you hold dear

     

     

    it`s no worth it big man

  5. Evening bhoys from a peacefull hun free mountain.

     

     

    Paul67

     

     

    Only 12, thought it would have been well into the 20’s but what’s a title here and there.

  6. Lisb\o/nbhoy who thinks Neil Lenn('0')n is a legend on

    BJ Mac

     

    Enjoy your day

     

    A true gent among Bhoys

     

     

    HH

  7. .

     

     

    Good Morning CQN..

     

     

    Anyone got Anything Good happening Today..

     

     

    4am Here Can’t Sleep Wonder Why..

     

     

    Keep The Faith (Circa October 2011)..

     

     

    Summa

  8. morning 001

     

     

    vinny enjoy your night..

     

    dam meant to buy fireworks today… o((

  9. I find myself wandering around all day today and constantly feeling the need to sing and dance ( not a pretty sight guys), grinning like the cat that got the cream and this feeling like I am a 52 year old kid waiting on Santa coming doon ma lum.

     

    The wife is just looking at me and shaking her head, my kids wish life was like this everyday ( da gie en them dosh ) and offering them my beer and a glass of wine, kids are all of age to drink.

     

    Is anyone else feeling like this. Just cant get enough, I just cant get enough. See there I go again.

     

     

    HH

  10. lennon's passion on

    Paul67

     

    Did you not have a wee dig the other day at ESPN being unfair on Celtic.Big banner today what kind of soup did you have :•)

  11. HT/PF

     

     

    I have both your mobile numbers I#’ll post them on here just now and you can get in touch.

  12. Paul67 et al:

     

     

    I was present on both occasions at Celtic Park (2001) and Tannadice (2008).

     

     

    Fantastic occasions. Tommy J’s scuffed shot, goal of the season. Celebrated in his customary way with the imaginary cigar, mine will not be imaginary tomorrow…:)

     

     

    Coincidence or not…7th April 2001 the day we were crowned Champions.

     

     

    7th April 2012 the day we are crowned Champions…:)

     

     

    To all of you that are fortunate to be going (I am) enjoy. Those who are at the beam back and to those watching and listening elsewhere from Kilmarnock to Australia and New Zealand have a great day.

     

     

    I think it would be fitting for Samaras to score the winning goal.

     

     

    Remember the words of he who inspires us…”This is not the end; this is just the beginning…

     

     

    I am Neil Lennon, we are all Neil Lennon.

     

     

    Keep the Faith!

     

     

    Hail Hail!

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    LennyBhoy..

     

     

    I think it would be fitting for Samaras to score the winning goal.

     

     

    Remember the words of he who inspires us…”This is not the end; this is just the beginning…

     

     

    I am Neil Lennon, we are all Neil Lennon.

     

     

    Keep the Faith!

     

     

    Hail Hail!

     

     

    ..

     

     

    Summa

  14. blantyretim on 6 April, 2012 at 19:28:

     

     

    I hope that Mini BT has a memorable birthday.

     

     

    Please don’t even joke about posting mobile numbers…the legend that is pablophanque posted mine, a misunderstanding on how anybody wanted to get in touch about Aberdeen tickets, took me three days to get the post deleted…:)

     

     

    Keep the Faith!

     

     

    Hail Hail!

  15. I woke up this morning convinced it was Saturday l was so excited to be meeting up with mates to watch the game on Tele…

     

    I’m too old to be getting this excited!

     

    But l just want to see Neil Lennon win it after all he has had to go through for the cause.

     

    Everyone going to Kilmarnock have a great day wish l could be there.

  16. BT

     

     

    Thank you mate.

     

     

    I hope Monica has a great birthday and a truly memorable day!!

     

     

    Bundoran

     

     

    I’ll be in the Gallowgate after the game if you’re sticking around.

  17. lennon's passion on

    Lennybhoy…Supporting Neil Lennon and CFC until I die on 6 April, 2012 at 19:32

     

     

    Tommys scuffed shot,my mate won the paradise windfall at the home game before the St Mirren game(Dundee I think). Hired a limo for that game superb day. Big street party in the morning in the calton I think great laugh driving through it in limo.

  18. Nice to read Craig Whyte is as delusional as ever.

     

     

    edit from skysports.com

     

     

    …Yet it is the HMRC who Whyte believes are responsible for the club’s current plight after failing to agree to a repayment deal.

     

     

    The tax authority are owed about £4million on an historic tax case and up to £75million more if a tribunal on a bigger case goes their way.

     

     

    “They refused to discuss the case ahead of the tribunal so it was impossible to have a sensible discussion with them,” Whyte added.

     

     

    “I offered to pay them in full the current liabilities by the end of August this year and I offered to pay £2.5 million a year towards the big tax case whether that be for 10 years, five years or whatever.

     

     

    “If they’d accepted that deal they would have been paid in full but of course they don’t live on the same planet as the rest of us.”

     

     

    At least Whyte has confirmed he suggested to HMRC a repayment plan of £2.5 million per year which would take many decades to repay, and liquidation a possibility throughout that time.

     

     

    How could HMRC justify settling with a company who PAYE and NIC are things to be ignored as much as the 27,000 shareholders who will not get as much as a pot to urinate in.

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