Keep Kyogo out of the squad


It is five weeks since Kyogo Furuhashi pulled up with a hamstring injury.  Almost four weeks since he returned for the League Cup Final and nearly three weeks since the recurrence of his injury forced an early exit against St Johnstone.

You and I have been watching football long enough to know that from the off, we are told players will need three weeks to recover from even a mild hamstring strain.  Kyogo may well be superhuman, but he has not been permitted this recovery period.

A return against Hibs on Monday looks foolhardy, I would also be reluctant to play him against Alloa the following weekend.  The Hearts game at Tynecastle on 26 January is exactly a month after his last outing, that should be his target.


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  1. From previous



    I find the claim of Austerity to be a nonsense argumentfor not splitting…we’ve been in austerity since forever it feels like…so why would a Scottish government austerity feel any different



    If the physios deem him to be unfit to play….there should be no questioning of that

  2. LEFTCLICKTIC on 14TH JANUARY 2022 12:07 PM


    Good afternoon Marspapa..








    Afternoon big yin. How are you coping pal without out yer wee ma.



    Shell looking down on ye still talking to strange men 😊🤗



    Hopefully catch you at the corner along with Weefra and many others sometime this year……



    You take P 🤗👍

  3. THELURKINTIM on 14TH JANUARY 2022 7:30 AM



    I’m flattered you think I would have anything to say on the subject but I shall plead the 5th for for fear of incriminating myself, ie revealing myself to be an idiot :-)

  4. THELURKINTIM on 14TH JANUARY 2022 12:07 PM
















    But tell people that on the doorstep.







    But be clear and be specific. Tell them exactly how much expenditure would need to be cut, and what that would mean for public services, state benefits and pensions. Tell them what would happen to interest rates. Tell them what a separate currency would mean for existing mortgage payments and private pensions.







    You won’t though. You’ll bullshit. And there’s a reason why.

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  6. Ernie, look back six months, twelve months, two years…you’ve been spouting the same old bollox to a disinterested audience for what seems like forever. Give it a break, try talking Celtic, or find a blog where like-minded political pygmies like yourself can vent their frustration and howl at the moon to their hearts content…

  7. Ernie…are you showing a political naivety/bias ruling party does this so why should a Scottish one?

  8. chap chap chap.



    Hello Mr Doorstep.



    I am here to bag some carpets and to sell you this oil made from the skins of snake.



    While here let me introducce you to this new Florins and Baw bees, and can i steal some of you pension



    can i also paint a big green shamrock on your door just to identify you for the neighbours.




    You maybe want to clarify what ‘disinterested’ actually means.

  10. Are there no grown ups in the cult who can actually engage with reality rather than wallow in delusional fantasy?

  11. you would think yir man there would be a wee bit happier today with the imminent fall of a tory government and trouble in the house of windor-mountbatten-saxe-koburg.



    oh well.

  12. Big Georges Fan Club - Hail, Hail, Wee Oscar on

    Apart from the fairly bland name, I really like the Euro.



    You can travel from France to Belgium to Holland to Germany to Italy – all without having to change currency to buy your beer – it is great! Even works in Galway :-) And you don’t get fleeced on multiple occasions for changing currency – just once at the start.



    They should, though – as Saint Stivs suggests – change the name to Florin; that’s much more elegant.



    Down with the dour Bank of England Promissory Note!!! Booooooooo.






  13. Frankterry…it’s too late for that…we all know we’re idiots on here, it’s in the T&C’s lol




  14. Good afternoon from a bright sunny North Staffs.


    It is vital that we manage the return of Kyogo to insure no long term problem.



    Sorry for the football post

  15. SAINT STIVS on 14TH JANUARY 2022 12:32 PM




    There’s no imminent fall of a Tory government.



    The Tory party might change their leader, or they might not.



    The cult leaders (aka Mr & Mrs Murrel) will want Johnson to stay in post, for the same reason they’d rather a Tory than a Labour government. Because it suits their purposes. Even the thickest of you must realise that.

  16. GENE on 14TH JANUARY 2022 12:38 PM


    Good afternoon from a bright sunny North Staffs.





    It is vital that we manage the return of Kyogo to insure no long term problem.







    Not sure that’s how Ange operates. It all seems to be about immediate rather than deferred gratification.

  17. Gene…agreed….if, as Ange suggested, Kyogo declared himself fit for the League Cup Final when he patently wasn’t 100%…then that decision shouldn’t be the players’ to make




  18. Ernie hopefully with the new recruits and others returning from injury there will be less pressure to play Kyogo

  19. I am not great at econmics, but surely if we change from English Pounds Sterling to Euros and the exchange rate is



    One Pound = One Euro Twenty.



    And my Pension was One Hundred Pounds but no I have One Hundred and Twenty Euros.



    Surely I have more money in my pocket now.

  20. There is no coherent case for separation from the UK. If there was the SNPcult would be “shouting it from the rooftops’ and plastering it on every billboard that it could commandeer.



    Indy starts with de facto bankruptcy – where it goes from there is anybody’s guess. Will the population allow the SNPcult to play Russian Roulette with a full ‘barrel” – the answer is no, and would be even more emphatic than in 2014 when the ‘thick’ White Paper promised ‘shangri la’ with a load of guff about riches from the income of ‘oil barrels’.



    In today’s world Nationalism is aberrant.

  21. Garngad to Croy on

    Ange seems to be in the process of building a squad that can cope with the injuries and the rigours of a high press/high-intensity game in Scottish football.



    ‘In Ange we Trust’

  22. I think in the interest of fairness to Kyogo and Celtic, next seasons winter break needs to be brought forward.

  23. BGFC



    I would make the new currency a decimal one, THE FLORA



    Made up of 100 SHONA’s



    I am just an old sentimentalist cult

  24. Garngad to Croy on

    JHB 12:52PM



    “Indy starts with de facto bankruptcy ”




    In some countries the price of freedom is death !

  25. Answers on a postcard please –



    for those of a historical bent.



    Which countries went bankrupt when they got independence from a colonial overseer ?



    I am away to check my pay-slip, I am sure I am not employed by the UK government.

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