Jullien early return unlikely. Bolton sign off CVA


I doubt that Christopher Jullien was included in our Europa League squad is an indication that he will appear in a Celtic shirt near you anytime soon.  The final group game is three months away, a timeframe that is more likely for Chris to be ready for European action.

The player was a crucial addition to the team that won our ninth successive title, performing memorably heroics in that season’s Europa League group.  His goal in the League Cup Final that season resulted in one of the sweetest Hampden moments in a clutch of several in recent seasons.  You will recall, though, that his early season form in the summers of 2019 and 2020 was far from his best.  He is a player who takes a month longer to get up to match fitness than others.

Having not kicked a ball since December, the work required to get him back to his peak will be considerable.  It will do him no favours to force him into a level of competition he is not ready for.

I was delighted to hear Bolton Wanderers agreed a CVA with creditors two years after going into administration.  Chairwoman Sharon Brittan said; “After a very challenging two years we are absolutely delighted to confirm that the Club has reached agreement with its unsecured creditors.

“This ensures that we have met our obligations, satisfied the EFL requirements and are therefore free of any embargoes and penalties.”

Bolton faced a number of winding-up orders but clung to survival long enough to meet creditors’ requirements.  It is remarkable how few football clubs actually go to the wall, most fans find a way to pay creditors and keep their linage intact.

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  1. TIMMY7_NOTED on 7TH SEPTEMBER 2021 8:19 PM



    You realise your post said you did?



    Clever boy😉

  2. TIMMY7_NOTED on 7TH SEPTEMBER 2021 8:23 PM



    Takes me back to primary 3 playground.




    Coincidentally the last time you came up with a witty retort 😉

  3. TIMMY7_NOTED on 7TH SEPTEMBER 2021 8:28 PM



    ‘Can’t let anything go’ translates to you having nothing left to argue/debate.



    Witless as ever, and you’re the one who started it remember 🤣😂



    oops It’s Walker……….



    never shuts up, talks absolute mince.

  5. What the hell is Andy Walker’s problem? He is describing how the defender is holding Adams with both hands and pulls him to the ground, then claims it’s not a penalty. An absolute stonewaller. What a clown Walker is.

  6. TIMMY7_NOTED on 7TH SEPTEMBER 2021 8:34 PM



    Boring me into submission.









    You started it, and lost, again.



    Now your posting random nonense to try and get the final word.



    Better watch you’ll be off the payroll soon with this latest performance 🤣😊

  7. Question for people in the Republic.



    How would an appointment of Neil Lennon be received ?



    or Roy Keane to return as manager in his own right ?



    either with Damian duff as assistant/



    thoughts ?

  8. kris boyd, he cant string a coherent sentence together and still gets these gigs,



    would anyone know what fees they get paid ?

  9. !!BADA BING!! on 7TH SEPTEMBER 2021 7:29 PM


    lionroars67- one of the clowns chased ftom the huns media partners,is a manager with Sky…..see how they deal with it.



    Sadly Bada I have no confidence in SKY taking the correct action….. Andrew Dickson



    Unusually watching Scotland, stonewall penalty, laughable analysis from walker



    Scotland dire but ahead, its a funny old game…………… jimmygreaves CSC

  10. Scotland should put BBBBBILLY Gilmour on in the second half…………..what? He’s already on!

  11. In Kenny we trust.


    We don’t have the players so what difference would Lenny or Keane make. I think he needs the time to build something with this group.

  12. galway market 1902. no shoes even for the jolly lady




    Old Ireland in Colour






    Aug 30


    CameraPhoto from “Old Ireland in Colour 2”


    BooksPre-order at https://amazon.co.uk/dp/1785374117/



    Like a wheel, we are back where we started with an improved colourisation of a photo we used for our first post at 11:03 AM on Aug 30, 2019, two revolutions around the sun ago!





  13. TIMMY7_NOTED on 7TH SEPTEMBER 2021 8:51 PM



    WOW I lost the emoji Olympics.






    No, you just lost.

  14. GuyFawkesaforeverhero on

    A memorable CQN post reposted from the previous article. Hope someone reposts it again tomorrow. Forgive me paragraphing, I can’t help myself.








    Emeraldbee…I’m glad you enjoyed the film.



    My wife is a producer/director of films. Aquarela took about seven years to make from the original idea. Her intention at first was to make a film about large companies such as Nestles who steal water from local communities. That practice still goes on. Anyway, she had a change of heart and went off in a different direction with her idea.



    If you are going to make a film you need someone to buy into your idea. First port of call is a good, well known director. That certainly helps to raise money and interest. Victor Kossakovsky is in that category. He approached her because he wanted to make a film about Hugo Chavez (my wife is Venezuelan) but after he died in 2013 she persuaded Kossakovsky to direct her film. She then has to find co-producers willing to invest as well as someone to buy it. That can be, and in this case was, a long drawn out process. Kossakovsky is a notoriously difficult director to work with. Very passionate and very demanding, a perfectionist.



    However, my wife is also very strong willed and was able to handle his occasional whims. He demanded the latest Arri cameras, filming 96 frames per second,(he came to Scotland and tried out the camera in the underwater horse scene in Loch Lomond), Dolby Atmos audio, drones, helicopters, underwater cameras, all the latest technology. If you noticed, even in the storm the camera was steady and there was no water on the lens. Not accidental by any means. They lost one camera when one of the drones decided to dive into the sea around Greenland.😊



    So, her job during the filming process is to make sure everything goes to plan. It was a fair sized crew who needed to be fed and watered and kept safe in difficult conditions. Kossakovsky’s favourite moment was the drone shot that revealed the rainbow at the Angel Falls. He apparently cried tears of joy after that shot. The film was shortlisted though not actually nominated for an Oscar.



    Personally, I loved the film and obviously I’m very proud of my wife’s achievement. Sorry for the long post but I thought it might be of interest to anyone who watched the film.

  15. Andy Walker – Clueless


    Not a penalty – It was


    Should be a red card – No it was a foul in the box, which he didnt see, which doesnt mean it merits a second yellow. It merited a penalty.


    Results going Scotland’s way in Denmark

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