Quantcast

New CQN Magazine out now, get it while it’s hot!

1492

Issue 11 of CQN Magazine is our biggest and best yet; 100 pages of smooth as silk, green as grass, content for the Celtic community.  This month we mark the club’s 125th anniversary with a look back at one of our founding fathers.  We have a look at ex-Celts playing in North America, with some spectacular photos, and we have one article from a former club insider on how the media exploited his casual comment.

There’s also a look ahead at our Champions League chances………

It’s here, it’s FREE to read online, it’s stuffed full of what your community have to say.  Get it while it’s hot!

As well as reading for FREE here (don’t try to read through the graphic below), you can subscribe for £10 or £20, and our sponsor, Executive Shaving, who offer an enormous range of grooming products, are offering readers a £20 voucher for all £30 CQN Magazine subscribers





[calameo code=0003901717b03ef5e64cb lang=en hidelinks=1 width=100% height=500]
Click Here for Comments >
Share.

About Author

1,492 Comments
  1. Pages:
  2. 1
  3. 2
  4. 3
  5. 4
  6. 5
  7. 6
  8. 7
  9. 8
  10. ...
  11. 40

  1. Henryclarkson and lardo66

     

    Thank you I am sick of all these people painting the polis with the same brush! I for one know that my pc daughter was brought up in a respectable home with respect for everybody. Like every aspect of life there is good and bad and yes I have great respect for the GB and indeed have financially supported them. I do not like the way the police are currently dealing with them. however I do not like any sectarian bile or pro IRA anthems at the footy but please guys I know many many good policemen and women, many of whom support the Celts so stop all this anti authoritarian crap. I have no doubt what the guy in Inverness was singing. He got away with it…fine. HH

  2. big nan

     

     

    13:51 on

     

    2 November, 2012

     

    The thing that gets me and brings me into the area of whataboutery is this: Where were all these sharp eyed and eared police officers when for two hours tens of thousands of Rangers fans belted out the most awful sectarian and racist bile at the CO-OP League Cup Final?.

     

     

    ——————————–

     

    most of them are in the rANGERs end doing the singing

     

     

    as for the OO the city council allow them to preach their bigotry every year in july

     

     

    jam67

  3. Neil canamalar Lennon hunskelper extrordinaire

     

    13:52 on

     

    2 November, 2012

     

    greenjedi,

     

    That all depends where you stand on the freedom of speech debate

     

     

    …………

     

     

    Not really, it all depends on the GB thinking about the ramifications their actions will have on the club.

     

     

    Now I’ve got no problem with most of their stunts and songs, but the anti-poppy banner was always going to reflect incredibly badly on the club. They knew that and went ahead with it anyway.

     

     

    The GB are so preoccupied with whether or not they could they didn’t stop to think if they should.

  4. Tallybhoy

     

    13:59 on

     

    2 November, 2012

     

     

    C+P from her email today:

     

     

    “He said he is a die hard Rangers fan & it killed him playing for Celtic. The pain was made worse when a couple of weeks after he signed for Celtic he heard that Rangers had wanted him.

     

    He reckons he hated every minute of his time at Celtic.”

     

     

    As I say, she challenged him and he wouldn’t back down!

     

     

    She also asked how come he had ginger hair when he played for City but his hair is black now. Muppet.

  5. If the OO were a new organisation, they would never be allowed to clog up our streets singing their bile.

     

     

    It’s hard to have a progressive society when we live with such a backward political system and allow secret societys to have such power.

     

     

     

     

    so there.

  6. Are there any ‘older’ fans out there who can recall the reaction of those across the city in ’67 ?

     

     

    I was too young, being only 3 at the time.

  7. •-:¦:-•** -:¦:- sparkleghirl :¦:-.•**• -:¦:-• on

    Pod I

     

     

    Leaving aside the fact that he’s a diehard fan of the dead club, if he hated Celtic so much but still signed for them, that makes him a greeding grasping mercenary and a spineless hypocrite to boot.

  8. Pod I

     

     

    Thanks for the reply.

     

     

    Clowns like him are to be pitied rather than vilified!

     

     

    HH!!

  9. Neil canamalar Lennon hunskelper extrordinaire

     

    13:15 on

     

    2 November, 2012

     

    Mea Culpa,

     

    its suits the polis to propagate the civil unrest myth, theres £9M going begging from the SNP for overtime.

     

     

    __

     

     

    Rearrange to make a well known phrase or saying:

     

     

    Hit the Nail on Head the.

  10. Anyone read Blotto today?

     

     

    Surely it’s time Plod was thinking of closing his blog down before he gets someone killed?

  11. Damo Lennon

     

     

    What has the p*sh-stained one been saying now then?

     

     

    I can well imagine ‘tho!

     

     

    HH!!

  12. Damo Lennon

     

     

    I read him most days, and I agree he really needs to be shut down.

     

     

    It won’t happen though, he is the voice of reason to the majority.

  13. The Battered Bunnet on

    Rogue

     

     

    Don’t you know Division 3 owns the record for Toughest League in the World?

     

     

    La Liga may have more technical skill, and the Premiership more cash, but the SFL Divison 3 is the Toughest League in the World.

     

     

    That’s a FACT!

  14. Mea Culpa

     

    14:15 on

     

    2 November, 2012

     

    Are there any ‘older’ fans out there who can recall the reaction of those across the city in ’67 ?

     

     

    I was too young, being only 3 at the time.

     

    ****************************************************

     

     

    Thank God there are some other young uns’ on this site – I was minus 7 months!!

     

     

    Thought this site was full of old timers!

  15. Tallybhoy

     

    14:17 on

     

    2 November, 2012

     

    Pod I

     

     

    Thanks for the reply.

     

     

    Clowns like him are to be pitied rather than vilified!

     

     

    HH!!

     

     

    ………

     

     

    Who you talking about?

  16. Neil canamalar Lennon hunskelper extrordinaire on

    greenjedi,

     

    it is really and you make it crystal clear you favour censorship, the Green Brigade had\have every right to protest against imposed remembrance for the black and tans.

     

    Unlike yourself they do not appear to conform to meek subserviance.

     

    The ramifications of their actions was to draw attention to the fact that not everyone at Celtic park is a polis or soldier.

     

    In a few days time you will be celebrating the start of war instead of comemoration the lost souls, thats a direct result of the compliance you and the rest of the censors had in condemning dissent.

  17. Philbhoy - It's just the beginning! on

    I felt just as bad as melrose did when he signed for Celtic.

     

     

    Naw, I probably felt worse.

  18. Philbhoy - It's just the beginning! on

    No a Jim melrose debate on here.

     

     

    Please no!

     

     

    Have we any injuries for Sunday?

     

     

    Is Lassad fit?

     

     

    Is big Vic67 preening himself in front of a mirror?

     

     

    Is there a queue at greggs?

  19. As I get older, like many others, my forgetfulness can be an inconvenience or worse. However, it was very good to log on to CQN and find a reference to the Ramsden Cup final and the absence of ra The Rangers from it. (I had to google to remind myself of how they went out). It’s like getting good news for the first time all over again (you know what I mean).

     

     

    So now, I am planning to forget temporarily the following in no particular order and then joyfully remember them over the course of the next week or so.

     

     

    Craig Whyte in for a pound

     

    The tax cases (all sizes)

     

    Administration and liquidation

     

    Them not doing winning away

     

    Caley Thistle (them not doing winning at home)

     

    The time the big crucifix came up on the screen during a live Glasgow Dodo FC European game

     

    Jock Wallace as a tv pundit on a night they got papped out of Europe (“Ah’m sick, ah’m sayin’ nuthin'”)

     

    Berwick Rangers in 67

     

    Jock Wallace playing for Berwick Rangers in 67 (“Ah’m sick, ah’m sayin’ nuthin'”)

     

    All the other things that happened in 67

     

     

    I am sure there are many more that should be on my list that i can’t remember. Perhaps, kind readers, you would care to remind me of some good memories that I can forget so that I can relive.

  20. Gretnabhoy,

     

    can i ask what you mean by “he got away with it ,fine”,

     

    unless i am reading you wrong you are suggesting the supporter was guilty,

     

    what would lead you to that conclusion,

     

    if i have picked you up wrong apologies in advance

  21. Pod I

     

    14:12 on

     

    2 November, 2012

     

    “He reckons he hated every minute of his time at Celtic.”

     

     

    He never hated it as much as we hated having him here.

     

    Dud.

  22. Doctor Whatfor on

    Mea Culpa

     

     

    I was completely unaware of their reaction. There was no blogging or posting on interweb in those days and I don’t recall what was reported on their behalf in the press. We were too busy celebrating to pay them any attention and if they would just go away we could do the same again.

  23. HenryClarkso

     

    Lardo66

     

    Gretnabhoy

     

     

    I made a complaint about a police officer swearing at me and deliberately stopping us from entering a car park with plenty of time to spare, he was a pompous pri&k, I kept my cool and got his badge number.

     

    I reported him immediately after the game on the Saturday, I received a call that night from the investigating officer, who cam to my house on the Monday, the first thing he did was apologise, then take a statement. By the Friday he came back and explained what the outcome was. He was a great guy very pleasant to talk to and restored my faith in decent policing. The guy who caused the ruckus was given a warning and removed from policing at CP on match days.

     

    Well done I say.

     

    Kikinthenakas

  24. Dontbrattbakkinanger on

    Neil Lennon.

     

     

    Red hair, played for both Man City and Celtic.

     

     

    The ying to J.Melrose’s yang.

  25. Che

     

    14:30 on

     

    2 November, 2012

     

    Pod I

     

    14:12 on

     

    2 November, 2012

     

    “He reckons he hated every minute of his time at Celtic.”

     

     

    He never hated it as much as we hated having him here.

     

    Dud.

     

    *************************************************

     

     

    Can’t remember much about him – take it he didn’t set the heather alight

  26. Jim Melrose has just gone on ze list of those who ‘disgraced the hoops’!

     

     

    Plenty more to come!

     

     

    HH!!

  27. Neil canamalar Lennon hunskelper extrordinaire on

    gretna…,

     

    “I have no doubt what the guy in Inverness was singing. He got away with it…fine.”

     

    that is a disgraceful comment, and shows us you are ready to believe everyone else over the word of a Celtic supporter, even when its been made clear by the judge they could not possibly have identified an individual.

     

    As for the pigs, there are a load who continually come on here moaning about the rep we give them, there are good and bad like everywhere else, I’m firmly of the belief that there are far more bad than good in the polis, its a brotherhood.

  28. Melrose………is this not the muppet who made a shaking wrist gesture to the Celtic fans up in Dundee ?

  29. Neil canamalar Lennon hunskelper extrordinaire

     

    14:25 on

     

    2 November, 2012

     

    greenjedi,

     

    it is really and you make it crystal clear you favour censorship, the Green Brigade had\have every right to protest against imposed remembrance for the black and tans.

     

    Unlike yourself they do not appear to conform to meek subserviance.

     

    The ramifications of their actions was to draw attention to the fact that not everyone at Celtic park is a polis or soldier.

     

    In a few days time you will be celebrating the start of war instead of comemoration the lost souls, thats a direct result of the compliance you and the rest of the censors had in condemning dissent.

     

     

    ……….

     

     

    No, I’m in favour of the GB either showing some brains and not get Celtic into trouble. if the wish to protest against the black n tans go do it at the Rememberance ceromonies and not Celtic Park or indeed at ANY Celtic game.

     

     

    Thousands of Celtic players, staff and fans who fought (and in many cases died or were injured) to keep the world free are among those being remembered, not just the black n tans. Do the GB not believe those people deserve to be remembered and honoured?

  1. Pages:
  2. 1
  3. 2
  4. 3
  5. 4
  6. 5
  7. 6
  8. 7
  9. 8
  10. ...
  11. 40