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Jaroslaw Fojut on Celtic, Lennon and possibly moving this month

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Jaroslaw Fojut spoke to a Polish newspaper yesterday on his decision to join Celtic. Our man in Poland kindly transcribed:

When asked if he would like to move to Celtic this month, Jaroslaw said, “If I move to Celtic this winter a convenient outcome for all sides would need to happen.  If I need to stay in Wroclaw until the end of the season it will not be a tragedy.  My decision to sign for Celtic is not going to change my dedication to Slask.

“Whatever the outcome, I will not be aggrieved.

“The people at Slask offered me a good contract.  Before I signed for Celtic I met Slask chairman, Piotr Wasniewski and explained my situation.  I wanted to play fair with the club who were always fair with me.

“Money was not the main reason I decided to go to Scotland.  I do not have to justify myself by telling you what kind of club Celtic is and the real reasons behind my decision.

“My agent told me about signals from other club but there were no concrete offers.  Celtic were determined to sign me and when their offer came in I did not look for other options.

“I expect competition for a place in the Celtic team to be high but when I get a chance to play I will make good use of that privilege.  I have not spoken to Neil Lennon yet but I am aware of what he has said about me and look forward to meeting him.

“I remember playing against him when he was with Nottingham.  I think we played twice in the cup and once in the league but could not be sure.

“I planned to call Lukasz Zaluska and ask what it was like at Celtic but what if he told me things were bad there?”  Which Jaroslaw laughed at.

“Lukasz and I will have lots to talk about, we are both Legia supporters.

“I’m not going to argue about whether the Scottish or Polish league is better, everyone is entitled to their opinion on this.  I’m pretty sure we have no club in Poland who can compare to Celtic, whatever aspect you analyse, economic issues, organisation, supporters, stadium or anything.

“Let’s not forget Celtic play in Europe every year and battle for the biggest prizes.

“In a way going to Celtic is a dream come true but my dreams will have to change.  I will not going the Bhoys and feel happy, my ambitions will have to move on.  I am sure Lionel Messi still has something to win and achieve.  He has never been the champion of the world and that is why he must improve.  I’m pretty sure I will not be short of incentives.

“Celtic is a very big deal for me but you do not climb the mountain and say, OK, I’m done.

“My acclimatisation is going to me easier in many aspects.  I know the British game, I know what the coaches expectations are.  During my years in England I learned the language so I’ll not have problems with communication.”

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  1. Latest from BBC seems to say “nothing to see here”.

     

     

     

     

    Sportscene – Scottish Cup Final, 21 May 2011

     

     

    The consolidated appeal regarding the above programme raised a number of issues regarding accuracy, impartiality, fairness, the reputation of Celtic supporters and complaints handling.

     

     

    The Editorial Standards Committee (ESC) has now considered:

     

    •the challenges to the Head of Editorial Standards’ decision not to proceed with certain points of the consolidated appeal; and

     

    •the consolidated appeal on accuracy and impartiality.

     

     

    I attach a copy of its decision.

     

     

    The Committee:

     

    •did not proceed with the points of appeal which the Head of Editorial Standards’ considered did not have a reasonable prospect of success

     

    •did not uphold the appeal on accuracy and impartiality.

     

     

    Some complainants had objected to points raised in BBC Scotland’s response to the Editorial Adviser’s report. As set out in the finding, the Committee noted this and decided it would consider the admissibility of those points if, and only to the extent to which, the Committee intended to rely on such points when making is decision on this appeal. The Committee later noted that it was not necessary to consider the admissibility of the points as it had not relied on such points when making its decision.

     

     

    This finding will be included in the next edition of the monthly bulletin “Editorial Standards Findings”, which is due to be published on 31 January 2012. The Committee’s finding is embargoed and should not be shared until 11am on this date and will be made available at the following address:

     

     

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/bbctrust/appeals/editorial_appeal_findings.html

     

     

    If you have any issues regarding errors of fact or process in the finding to be published please can you contact myself or Michael Fadda by 5pm on Thursday 26 January 2012 at the latest, at trust.editorial@bbc.co.uk or on 020 3214 4932.

     

     

    As with all findings published in the bulletin, apart from those relating to appeals from people directly involved in a programme, your name is not mentioned in the finding.

     

     

    Yours sincerely

     

     

    Lucy Tristram

     

    Complaints Advisor, BBC Trust Unit

  2. Auld Neil Lennon heid – But using only three words. :)

     

     

    I like the cut of your jib. (thumbsup)

     

     

    Chairbhoy – Did ye ken, that Xerox were the first to develop the GUI, the mouse and Ethernet (Internet Protocol).

     

     

    Yep.

     

     

    Did you know that the first commercial electronic computer in the world was built for J. Lyons and Co. to help run their chain of tea shops? (thumbsup)

  3. The Honest Mistake loves being first on

    ASonOfDan 19 January, 2012 at 13:05:

     

    Having been to a number of games in Brazil after 2003, I can categorically state that alcohol is freely available inside and outside the stadiums. You can even buy half bottles of cachaca within the stadiums.

     

    The law obvioulsy doesn’t work.

     

    As for Mr Valcke, I agree with him on this point. We should be able to buy beer at football stadiums.

  4. Mort (Kano 1000) says:

     

    19 January, 2012 at 13:06

     

    Disapointed?

     

    quite frankly ah dont give a jot who turns up or not to watch jon garbage.

     

    only interested in yon bhoys in green the rest can jog on

  5. HUNS TRYIN TO CHANGE THE RULES AGAIN

     

     

    Published on Thursday 19 January 2012 12:55

     

     

    The situation with John Fleck’s move from Rangers remains a little complicated.

     

     

    The 20-year-old is desperate to come to Bloomfield Road, but The Gazette understands Rangers want a clause in the loan contract entitling them to recall him after 28 days in the event of injuries.

     

     

    However, the FA and Scottish FA would have to give special dispensation because this is not normally allowed in loan deals between clubs in different football associations.

     

     

    Pool are hoping they can get round the problem, as is the player.

     

     

    Fleck’s career has stalled since being labelled the next big thing in Scottish football when he burst onto the scene four years ago.

     

     

    Well aware of how a move to England changed the fortunes of his former Ibrox team-mate Charlie Adam, Fleck is keen to test himself in the Championship and see if he can get his career back on track.

     

     

    http://www.blackpoolgazette.co.uk/sport/football/blackpool-fc/complicated_fleck_deal_should_go_through_1_4160182

  6. Philvis

     

     

    England is not the world !

     

     

    First commercial computer

     

     

    In 1942, Konrad Zuse begin working on the Z4, which later became the first commercial computer after being sold to Eduard Stiefel a mathematician of the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Zurich on July 12, 1950.

     

     

    You guys keep dissin the Gerries

     

     

    Hail hail

  7. The Honest Mistake loves being first says:

     

    19 January, 2012 at 13:12

     

     

    you need to be careful here.

     

     

    Budweiser was the official Beer Sponsor of the 2006 WC here in Germany. That mean the only beer available was Budweiser … caused a right royal rumpus here in the fatherland. Made to drink gnats urine rather than real beer … worse to come the budweiser was only 2.5%

     

     

    Hail Hail

  8. QuadBhoy says:

     

    19 January, 2012 at 12:52

     

     

    From FF – poster clearly knows a thing or two about Hearts’ financial plight:

     

     

    “Hearts to offer rangers discount on the Wallace deal ?

     

    If we can pay £700k up front they are going to knock £100k off the deal.

     

     

    Anyone else heard anything ? Some guy was talking about it just now in work.

     

     

     

    They are in deep trouble if they are willing to loose that sort of cash.”

  9. Awe_Naw_No_Annoni_Oan_Anaw_Noo – OK, first commercial computer running business applications.

     

     

    Everybody knows the only reason the sausage-munching Teutons got into the computing game was to advance their sinister plans to create Kraftwerk albums. (thumbsup)

  10. Monaghan1900 says:

     

    19 January, 2012 at 13:17

     

     

    Mmmmhhhhhh !!!! @Paul67 so Why wouldn´t the hun pay it ?

     

     

    Is this Vladimir attempting to take the fabricated spotlight off of Hearts and replace the spotlight onto the justifiable huns ?

     

     

    I think you might have just fallen for it as well IMHO

     

     

    Hail Hail

  11. Ten Men Won The League on

    Barcabhoy@13:02

     

     

    Don’t forget the thuggish antics of Carvalho whose knee high tackle on Messi would have made Elbows embarrassed. Pepe + Carvalho. Are there 2 slower, tactically inept centre halves anywhere in Europe worse than these 2?

     

     

    Barca can beat Madrid 7 days a week if necessary, if only they could cut out the silly points dropped at places like Sociedad, Getafe + Espanyol

  12. philvisreturns

     

     

    I was watching a program the other night about synthetic biology

     

     

    And it did make me wonder that when they do finally create the first synthetic human being … will he have a Dresden accent ? I´m sure he will.

     

     

    Will he support the hun or/and will sally try and sign him ?

     

     

    Hail Hail

  13. The Honest Mistake loves being first on

    Awe_Naw_No_Annoni_Oan_Anaw_Noo 19 January, 2012 at 13:17:

     

    I’d be delighted at having the possibility of drinking a pint of gnats urine at Celtic park. Until then it will be bovril and coca cola.

     

    Bud is probably comparable to Brahma, Skol, Antartica and the other Brazillian beers in that it’s rubbish but better than nothing.

  14. Awe_Naw_No_Annoni_Oan_Anaw_Noo says:

     

    19 January, 2012 at 13:14

     

     

    Never heard of the Z4…always thought it was the UNIVAC first.

     

     

    Which of course begat the SHAKE’N’VAC.

     

     

    Now there was an epoch-making technology.

  15. Mort (Kano 1000) says:

     

    19 January, 2012 at 13:06

     

    Dissapointed to see an attendance of 1,594 for last night’s Scottish Cup replay between Dunfermline and Inverness.

     

     

    ***

     

     

    There were 54 Inverness fans there apparently. Fifty-four.

  16. quonno

     

     

    The way the huns have sleep walked into oblivion do you mean?

     

     

    Here was me thinking the transfer window was still open for another 12 days, no idea it had closed today…

  17. Mort (Kano 1000) says:

     

     

    19 January, 2012 at 13:06

     

    Pre season friendly?

     

    I would have thought the Dr McKenna Cup might be the equivalent of the league cup

  18. Awe_Naw_No_Annoni_Oan_Anaw_Noo – And it did make me wonder that when they do finally create the first synthetic human being … will he have a Dresden accent ? I´m sure he will.

     

     

    Nein. The world doesn’t need any more chubby blond guys with mullets and moustaches.

     

     

    We need an army of Christina Hendrickses.

     

     

    Will he support the hun or/and will sally try and sign him ?

     

     

    I thought huns were created by Saruman at Isengard and/or emerged from some sort of prokaryotic ooze. (thumbsup)

  19. The Honest Mistake loves being first says:

     

    19 January, 2012 at 13:25

     

     

    You should have see Pablophanques reaction when I lit up at the Commerzbank arena.

     

     

    “aye well sir yer no wi me ” …. was the first reaction

     

     

    “dinny be stupid” … when I asked him if he wanted one also

     

     

    “fuxaches … sh* we get treated like f***** kids in Scotland” … when he noticed that I was far from being alone in the stadium

     

     

    Then a reach for his pouch and papers …. then my son came back with the 1 litre beakers of 5% Licher pils. the lecture about how we get treated like kids in Scotland continued until about 5 mins before half time.

     

     

    HAil HAil

  20. philvisreturns says:

     

     

    19 January, 2012 at 13:10

     

     

     

    Did you know that the first commercial electronic computer in the world was built for J. Lyons and Co. to help run their chain of tea shops? (thumbsup)

     

     

    ——————————

     

    Did you know that the Post Office Savings Bank at Cowglen took its first step into computerised accounts using a LEO 326 (called LEO because it was the Lyons model). I think they then moved to ICL.

  21. Awe_Naw_No_Annoni_Oan_Anaw_Noo says:

     

    19 January, 2012 at 13:21

     

     

    The answer to the question “Why won’t the hun pay it?” is provided by an astute poster on R*ngers Media –

     

     

    “we would need to dip into next years season book cash not unless the motherwell billionaire pays the money”

     

     

    Simple really

  22. TootingTim says:

     

    19 January, 2012 at 13:27

     

     

    during the war etc.

     

     

    I was amazed recently when I watched BBC four story of Mathematics. I have a degree in Mathematics and almost every single mathematical break through that I was taught and that was made by a European … was in fact already solved by Chinese, Indian and Arab mathematicians … years earlier and in some cases centuries.

     

     

    I thought I wonder if they update the texts at Scottish Unies to reflect this ?

     

     

    Hail Hail

  23. Auld Neil Lennon heid – Did you know that the Post Office Savings Bank at Cowglen took its first step into computerised accounts using a LEO 326 (called LEO because it was the Lyons model). I think they then moved to ICL.

     

     

    I didn’t know that, it must have been amazingly futuristic and a little bit scary for people at the time.

     

     

    But can you imagine how much of a pain in the Rangers it would have been to operate and maintain those things?

     

     

    Retro 50’s Awe_Naw would have been driven to distraction, cutting about with his hands full of punched cards and a soldering iron between his teeth. (thumbsup)

  24. iBhoy at 13:27

     

     

    54. Shocking and yet if they ever got to a final they’d be looking half the tickets.

     

     

    Houl yer wheest at 13:30

     

     

    Maybe aye but used primarily to give younger players a run out. Some attendance for the game however. Many NFL games wouldn’t get that.

     

     

    Mort

  25. !!Bada Bing!! Kano 1000 on

    Ten Men- Pepe is one of the most reprehinsible scumbags i have seen on a football pitch.

  26. The Honest Mistake loves being first on

    Awe_Naw_No_Annoni_Oan_Anaw_Noo 19 January, 2012 at 13:31:

     

    Having spent some of my adult life in Munchen, I can appreciate that they certainly have a better deal on the continent. Half time entertainmemt was seeing if the mullets and moustaches outnumbered the denim waistcoats. I counted a few women with mullets and moustaches which was a bit disturbing but part and parcel of life over there. The staring at strangers, sometimes for hours, random outbursts of emotion on the street and the conformity were some of the things that I couldn’t get used to. Don’t know how you do it.

  27. Awe_Naw_No_Annoni_Oan_Anaw_Noo – I was amazed recently when I watched BBC four story of Mathematics. I have a degree in Mathematics and almost every single mathematical break through that I was taught and that was made by a European … was in fact already solved by Chinese, Indian and Arab mathematicians … years earlier and in some cases centuries.

     

     

    Yes, but they never figured out how to make awesome things like ZX Spectrums and pocket calculators, until they copied us.

     

     

    At heart, Johnny Foreigner is just lazy. It also doesn’t help that they insist on not speaking English good. (thumbsup)

  28. Awe_Naw_No_Annoni_Oan_Anaw_Noo says:

     

    19 January, 2012 at 13:36

     

     

    I don’t think we can say categorically that Vladimir actually knows. That the news is on its way to him is surely beyond peradventure.

     

     

    There does, however, appear to be some controversy over the exact position. A poster on RM takes umbrage at what his fellow hun suggests re season ticket money and upbraids him as follows (follows):

     

     

    “Why would we need to nip into next years season book money and why you taking the mick out of our chairman, this is a comment i would expect to see on the sun comments section. “

  29. johann murdoch on

    Philvisreturms.”disruptive innovation”..great phrase..why disrupt the cashcow that film had provided for the company? Imagine the scene of some poor researcher standing up in the boardroom arguing “maybe we should get out of this!…and heres the future!..the digital camera!!

     

    cue tumbleweed..i think he may also have been first to coin the the phrase “Ill get my coat”

     

    HH

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