Overwhelming benefits of being organised


St Mirren’s late goal at Ibrox yesterday was as welcome as it was unexpected, but it means little for us.  It was only the fourth league goal Rangers have conceded all season and Celtic almost conceded a fourth goal in the final minutes against Kilmarnock.  Four goals conceded in 11 games is championship winning form.

Rangers are certainly not a European-standard team at the moment but they are overwhelmingly organised.

We’re in trouble.

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  1. Lennybhoy



    That’s very kind. I am grateful.



    I wasn’t at St Vincent’s or Blairs. I went to a normal secondary school in Ayr, but went straight to the Scots College, Valladolid, from there. All the guys in my year were at the two junior seminaries; at least half the guys in the college were, so I’m bound to know lots of the people you were there with.



    I was never ordained, but Valladolid was the making of me. Absolutely the making of me.

  2. When The Levee Breaks on

    Som mes que un club at 21.02



    I’m with you 100% on this matter…….



    There were few laughs out there for us yesterday but I almost fell of my chair when the blog’s reisdent Einstein suggested that the answer to all of our woes might be resolved if (I paraphrase) “…a few of us could get together to formulate a PLAN”. Jeezuz H. Christ!



    The last time I laughed so much was when he allowed us a snippet from his vampire book (Hugo Boss!)

  3. Celtic_First



    was in Father Mortons of St Brides company today such a good and bright man.

  4. evening awe


    new manager apply


    london rd


    celtic park


    neil this job came too early


    billy mcneill had a few jobs


    even jock had to manage a few teams


    sorry neil


    next season


    build for


    hope lenny proves me wrong

  5. prestonpans bhoys on

    Joe Filippis Haircut says:


    16 October, 2011 at 21:10




    Well said, apart from the inclusion of Loovens as a key player :-)

  6. Saying Celtic are in trouble is like saying that a man in the intensive care unit is ‘poorly’.



    We are in the football equivalent of the intensive care unit



    Fortunately for the man in the intensive care unit, he has the benefit of being looked after by well trained experienced professionals who know what steps to take to effect recovery.



    As for Celtic…………………………. Well you know the rest.

  7. truth4767 says:


    16 October, 2011 at 20:59


    Want to know what I think, No.





    I’ve Stayed away from you’re posts …… cause youre a hun…….. but hey youre sticking to it, youre post is fair and its good to get a view from the dark side :¬)












    And I said before the League is not over, we lose Davis especially, Jelavic, one of the centre backs, we could come apart. Neither side is that great.



    However you dont solve whats wrong at Celtic Park then we have a massive advantage.

  8. Whitedog



    I don’t think I know him, but coming from you, that is high praise. I know you don’t give out plaudits without justification.



    We currently have the best parish priest it has ever been my privilege to listen to. A very, very gifted man.



    I’ll take quality over quantity any time, I think.

  9. Celtic_First says:


    16 October, 2011 at 21:16



    If your interested e-mail me at lennybhoycfc@gmail.com



    Couple of guys I went to Langbank were ordained:



    David Niven, Gerry Barnes and Gerry Tartaglia (spl)



    The other bhoys: swede7, Cathach, johann murdoch, googybhoy, did not go onto senior seminary



    Got a wee group going now got the above e-mail addys and had another couple of responses, waiting on them getting back to me…



    Swanseabhoy knows who I am both Coatbridge bhoys.



    Keep the Faith!



    Hail Hail!

  10. South of Tunis



    How are you mi amigo, hopefully not working to hard, though I suspect you are :>)



    Handanovic, would be a revelation at Celtic, and there are many out there just like him, and we end up with FF.


    No the bhoys fault, he tries his best.



    What to do with all the fruit, I have run out of space to keep it, neighbour came up with 3 crates of apples and a crate each of plums and pears today.


    I’m going to get a pig next year, can’t stand to see all the good food go to waste.

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

    My PP in linlithgow a few years ago was Fr Ferrari.



    His sermons were quick.



    And he was a lovely man too.

  12. prestonpans bhoys on

    If you go to page 21 of yesterday’s programme it discusses the merits of New Kilbowie park i.e Clydebank.



    It noted the stadium’s exposed location making it unusable in adverse weather. I remember winning a bet stating before kick-off that the game would not go beyond HT because of the frost.



    I won, game fixing is not restricted to alledged Motherwell players!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  13. Houl yer wheest on

    Lurgan 53 says:



    16 October, 2011 at 20:39



    Off topic.



    Can anyone tell me – if your driving license has expired is your car insurance still valid?





    Any named driver is covered








    http://www.traffic-answers.co.uk › … › General points or queries › General Gems

  14. One of the best PP’s I ever came across was Fr Joe Clements in St. Aidans…..a wonderful man and a great orator.

  15. Kelvinbhoy



    Fr Paul Shaw, St Werburgh’s, Chester.






    Look out for email, in that case.

  16. Celtic_First says:



    16 October, 2011 at 21:38



    I also remember Fr Beckett at St Bartholomew’s in Castlemilk who was brief and to the point….he knew what to say and how to say it.

  17. Another clean sheet for artur



    P6 C4



    Sitting above ac and inter



    God bless artur

  18. Celtic_First


    my dad just mentioned a John Cushley who he worked with and who was at




    Fr Morton has a fantastic mind and cares not what I am only how I am



    btw do you think cabell nou fantàstic will work as your hair is fantastic in Catalan.


    Typing on two places here ?

  19. Houl yer wheest on

    Lurgan 53


    If stopped by police say you were eating savoy and youre going to a lecture









    Police STOP at 2 AM






    An elderly man is stopped by the police around 2 a.m. and is asked where he is going at this time of night.






    The man replies, “I am on my way to a lecture about alcohol abuse and the effects it has on the human body, as well as smoking and staying out late.”






    The officer then asks, “Really? Who is giving that lecture at this time of night?”






    The man replies, “That would be my wife.”

  20. I remember when i was about 9 a new youngish preist came to our parish, he was quite dynamic


    I think he managed a band as well, Fr. Tom Connolly


    I believe he ended up in the church press office, he is dead now, any you gys ever encounter him?

  21. Robert (RRC) says:



    16 October, 2011 at 21:46



    Never encountered him but my brother-in-law as well as a a few friends are priest’s in Motherwell Diocese and not a bad word is ever said about him…….a great guy and soemone wo would have driven a coach and horses through all this legislation about sectarianism…

  22. Lennybhoy…Supporting Neil Lennon and CFC until I die



    no saw him through family today

  23. Haven’t been on for a while but just to let all you ghuys and ghals know, Mrs Hendrix67 gave birth to a handsome wee bhoy aon wednesday.


    All 9lb 1oz of him.

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