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  1. The game at Rugby Park was never easy, but in recent times things changed for two reasons Steve Clarke and Kilmarnock’s decision to have an artifical pitch. Two game changers for the Ayrshire club an outstanding manager probably their first, since Tommy Burns and a playing surface used as an aid to SPFL parity with other also rans.A small but deeply tribal Brexiteer support the ‘Killie Boys’ only good point is they stay local to watch their team.



    Brendan Rodgers was an unhappy man at full time on Wednesday and was specifically unhappy at the loss of the second goal which IMHO wasn’t sufficiently analysed by BT Sport to throw up the camera angles which would have revealed how controversial that goal was, main standites I’m sure back up that theory. The first goal was on the edge at best and would have resulted in a flag for the Hooped Crusaders by every assistant linesman in Scotland.



    Today I agree with Bada Bing and expect Celtic play Kris Ajer for his familiarity with that pitch, ‘Jonny Hayes schooldays’ at left back, and the main event of unleashing Eddy for ever present Oliver, to take over later. If we get through the game unscaithed it’ll allow Timo Weah’s magic feet to contribute , to the contests finale.



    Any win will do CSC

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    May 20, 1989 at Hampden Park



    The attendance of 72,069 at the 1989 Scottish Cup Final between Celtic and Rangers at Hampden might seem meagre in comparison to the above but it was the last big crowd that ever stood on Hampden’s slopes. This was the final big game in Scotland before the onset of stadium modernisation which greatly reduced capacities within football stadiums. Joe Miller clinched victory for Celtic in a narrow 1-0 victory as the final chapter in the history of Scotland’s terraces was written.




  3. April 15, 1970 at Hampden Park



    The highest ever attendance for a UEFA competition match was in the 1969–70 European Cup semi-final at Hampden


    The highest ever attendance for a UEFA competition match was in the 1969-70 European Cup semi-final at Hampden Park, Scotland’s national stadium. This was the second leg of the fixture after Celtic had travelled to Leeds two weeks beforehand. A record 136,505 people attended the match and, backed by their large following, Celtic ran out comfortable winners and went onto play the final in Italy against Feyenoord.




  4. Nye Bevans



    Hope Motherwell manager keeps the Spanish sounding boy on as think he could be your 10/3 winner, Naismith should always be a contender for a red but he is untouchable up here when it comes to the refs



    BSR 12.54pm



    Agree get Ajer in the team due to his previous stint with Killie on this surface…. am also pretty sure before Stevie Clarke the home team has a terrible home record so canny really say the surface is an advantage, although I think Stevie Clarke has helped make it advantageous for his players … still think after Euro disappointment Brendan & the bhoys usually mahe amends … here’s hoping

  5. We’re on the top of the league, looking down on the zombies…



    10 wins to the title.



    4 o’clock hurry up.






    HH. ?




    Good to see you looking in fine fettle


    A great wee day in fine company , the only regret i have is that i didn’t get involved in any of the conversations due to that ROASTIR Norrie M holding court ;))))



    Anyhoo a win today would top off a good weekend



    COYBIG ??⚽️??



    Ps , din’t think i’ll get another invite ???

  7. Huge opportunity for Celtic today, a few tweeks and a will to win would see us in a very good position over our nearest rivals, one in my opinion which will be almost unsurmountable..



    It’s not been pretty or easy down there of late so any win will do for this Tim.



    Unfortunately due to my slack planning of events in my real life I doubt I’ll see any of the game but look forward to the breakdown tonight when I get back.



    Have a good day Tims everywhere.



    Onwards to 8

  8. Have a wee feeling that French Eddie will start today replacing Burke. Big Jozo tends not to be risked on non grass pitches so potentially a start for Ajer. 3rd v 1st is just about as exciting as it gets.

  9. Ray Winstone's Big Disembodied Heid on

    A combination of pinball and wrasslin at Fir Park. Scoddish foodbaw at its finest.

  10. I feel we should win at a breeze today but I am concerned about the bloody plastic pitch causing an injury.


    We should be too good, let’s hope so.




  11. Nye Bevans 2.08pm



    Will take that as well :-)



    I wonder with Catmans information who else drops out along with Simonuvic & Izzy

  12. GreeninbingleyinOslo on

    Any win today, bhoys, any win will do.



    Although an early goal followed by another 3 or 4 would be the perfect restorative.

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