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Media fast and loose with Neil Lennon comments

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The annual raft of idle speculation unsettling Celtic’s playing and managerial resources is well underway.  One newspaper headline today proclaimed, “Celtic boss wants Canaries to approach him”, based on Neil Lennon when talking about moving to England saying, “There has been no offer, there has been no concrete phone call or anything like that, so I haven’t really had a decision to make on it”.  Countless others have followed in a similar theme.

Neil Lennon has not really hidden the fact that he would like to manage in the FA Premier League one day, but none of the journos with pages to fill have any notion on his thoughts of dropping a division in England.  In the real world, Neil is showing no reticence in pursuing team development plans for next season.  We’ll be involved in Champions League football two months from tomorrow, the manager is busy on the matters in hand.

Best wishes to John Brown for his inspired attempts to take down Newco Rangers.  More power to you, John, I hope you have any many lemmings lined up as possible.  Some months ago the plotters had a notion that they would starve Newco shareholders into handing over the club for zilch, or £1 less than Rangers were sold to a liquidation expert for.  It remains possible that Sevco will starve, but notions that there will be an outcome for the plotters which is more desirable than an existence under the current crew are fading by the day.

Don’t forget, we’ve Tommy Gemmell, live on the blog, on Friday between 13:00 and 16:00.  He’ll be here to chat and answer your questions.

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  1. BOBBY MURDOCH'S CURLED-UP WINKLEPICKERS .........Praying for our WEE HERO! on

    Yo,BOGNOR BHOY

     

     

    How you doing,bud?

  2. embramike remembering wee Oscar on

    STV reporting our hero’s tribulations … and second paragraph is interesting

     

     

    Former Rangers owner Craig Whyte is subject to a move to disqualify him from being a company director.

     

     

    The businessman, who bought the Ibrox club in 2011 before taking it into administration and then liquidation, could be banned for up to 15 years.

     

     

    The case against Whyte was first brought at the Court of Session on Wednesday. A hearing over whether he will be disqualified again will be heard at the court next week.

     

     

    The 43-year-old previously served a ban from being a director for seven years from 2000.

     

     

    He failed to disclose that disqualification when he bought Rangers in May 2011, leading to the Scottish FA fining Whyte £200,000.

     

     

    The PLUS Stock Exchange, on which the former Rangers company was listed, also fined the club £50,000.

     

     

    Whyte subsequently put Rangers into administration having failed to pay millions of pounds in income tax to HM Revenue and Customs.

     

     

    After the failure of the company to obtain a Company Voluntary Arrangement, Rangers went into liquidation and its assets were purchased by a new company, Sevco Scotland Limited, which now trades as The Rangers Football Club Limited.

  3. BOBBY MURDOCH'S CURLED-UP WINKLEPICKERS .........Praying for our WEE HERO! on

    PAUL67

     

     

    Neil to Norwich?

     

     

    Naw!

     

     

    John Brown hitching his wagon to the wrong horse again?

     

     

    Aye!

     

     

    Smashing…..

  4. BOBBY MURDOCH'S CURLED-UP WINKLEPICKERS .........Praying for our WEE HERO! on

    JIMBO67

     

     

    Wearing a nice wee Bob Dylan t to meet THE BARCA MOLE in a coupla hours.

     

     

    It’s my fritz-t.

     

     

    I owe you royalties of course!

  5. setting free the bears supports res. 12 & oscar knox

     

     

    12:05 on 14 May, 2014

     

    desertbhoy

     

     

    If my auntie had fleshy and hairy orbs, she might have won Eurovision..

     

    ………

     

     

    The Polish milk maids will take sometime to get that one off their chests.

  6. BOBBY MURDOCH'S CURLED-UP WINKLEPICKERS .........Praying for our WEE HERO! on

    BOGNORBHOY

     

     

    Aye,bearing up!

     

     

    Fine form in Saturday,mate.

     

     

    The coffee and a swirl round the upmarket shopping centres of Southampton or Reading during the summer still on the cards when it suits you.

     

     

    FullofgoodintentionsCSC

  7. tomtheleedstim

     

     

     

    12:39 on 14 May, 2014

     

     

     

    Embramike – so is the last one. Interesting……

     

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    I agree. I thought STV were a media partner for the huns? Don;t appear to be “on-message” these days, do they?

  8. desertbhoy

     

     

     

    12:40 on 14 May, 2014

     

     

     

    setting free the bears supports res. 12 & oscar knox

     

     

    12:05 on 14 May, 2014

     

    desertbhoy

     

     

    If my auntie had fleshy and hairy orbs, she might have won Eurovision..

     

    ………

     

     

    The Polish milk maids will take sometime to get that one off their chests.

     

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    It was only a matter of time before this kind of wordplay arose… :-)

     

     

    Titter ye not!

  9. The Battered Bunnet on

    Is it just me or…

     

     

    …does anyone else have page formatting issues when accessing the site on a smart phone?

     

     

    Is there actually a mobile version of the site?

  10. BMCUWP

     

     

    Usual brown envelope wil suffice!

     

     

    Have a good yin !

     

     

    Jimbo67 praying for Oscar Knox

  11. Thoughts are with the Turkish miners today.

     

     

    People should be going to jail for this disaster.

  12. Highland Tim on

    White, Green and now Brown.

     

     

    Can’t wait Colonel Mustard, Miss Scarlet and Professor Plum to get in on the act?

     

     

    BTW It was Mr White in the Hall (well top of the marble staircase to be specific), with the Candlestick.

  13. bournesouprecipe on

    layers * goes through tunnel * offer Celtic value, get in there Neil, there are some great buys available.

  14. A Ceiler Gonof Rust on

    embramike remembering wee Oscar, very unusual for the hun propaganda wing to write anything factually accurate about the died club or zombie tribute act. Maybe the bribe money’s dried up?

  15. macjay1 for Neil Lennon on

    setting free the bears supports Res. 12 & Oscar Knox

     

    11:06 on

     

    14 May, 2014

     

    macjay1 @06:08

     

     

    I sometimes miss your responses till it`s too late to respond,for which I must apologise.

     

    Netherlands (tongue in cheek) weakest,eh?

     

    Oz used to have at least 4 or 5 internationally recognised players.

     

    Now it`s a squad of unrecognised players.

     

    I`ll be watching the Mundial like my son at Jurassic Park.

     

    Underneath the seat.

  16. LUNCHTIME TEASER:

     

     

    To whom was Billy McNeil referring to when he said, “I found him thoroughly unpleasant, untrustworthy, overbearing, offensive individual.”

     

     

    Clue: It wasn’t a current bun.

     

     

    Answer at 1pm if no cleverclogs around.

  17. fieldofdrams on

    Very disappointed in Ra Bommur’s timing today. These pronouncements usually happen on a Friday, giving me the entire weekend to enjoy them.

  18. setting free the bears supports Res. 12 & Oscar Knox

     

     

     

    12:46 on 14 May, 2014

     

     

     

    desertbhoy & Nat Know

     

     

    I was disappointed that the Dutch attempt to field a C&W number as an entry was not more successful. We could have got Nick Lowe to write our next entry, or, if we are independent by then, The Proclaimers.

     

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    Nick Lowe C&W? The Proclaimers??? If we’re going down the quirky route, I’d ask Jonathan Richman, who’s Jonathan Goes Country (1990) contains the classic You’re Crazy For Taking The Bus. Advice I was actually given last time I visited San Diego…

  19. fieldofdrams on

    IGC, wasn’t it that thoroughly unpleasant, untrustworthy, overbearing, offensive individual Terry Cassidy?

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