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  1. Not a happy hunting ground for James Forrest the saviour in waiting, even though along with Scott Brown he’s even played there against Rainjurz. A heid doon, a*se up, performance is required from all of Kennedy’s players and a last chance saloon if ever there was one, for players that’ll be gone never having played in front of a supporter, in our ground.

     

     

    Celtic can’t move forward this season and its been sideways with a team that picks itself, inclusive of all it’s failings. Penury in paradise, and playing at an empty dome, you’d think something has to happen even for a side that might look bland on paper, but much better than St Johnstone.

     

     

    It’s been a while since there was a draw in this game, and for Celtic supporters just as bootless.

  2. FAVOURITE UNCLE on

    FIELDOFDRAMS on 2ND MAY 2021 10:54 AM

     

    Scores!

     

     

    Are your boots clean.

  3. CelticFC v ‘1-in-a-row’

     

     

     

    CELTIC: Bain; Kenny, Ajer, Welsh, Taylor, Brown, Turnbull, McGregor, Forrest, Edouard, Elyounoussi

     

     

    Subs: Barkas, Bitton, Griffiths, Ajeti, Soro, Christie, Johnston, Ralston, Laxalt

  4. I’m glad Christie won’t be inflicted upon us today but Brown remains a worry. Kenny at RB is also a glaring area of weakness.

     

     

    I’ve never been so sure of a Celtic side getting beat as this one. I’m hoping we don’t get tanked because that’s really all this season has been missing.

  5. what absolute made up keech was on that last blog.

     

     

    seems someone cant leave Neil alone,

     

     

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    Early life

     

    Lennon was born in Lurgan, County Armagh[6] and attended St Michael’s Grammar School in the town.[7] As a youngster he played gaelic football for the school and was also selected for the Armagh minor team.[8] He grew up supporting Celtic[9] and played football for the local Lurgan Celtic youth team.[10]

  6. An Dún on 2nd May 2021 11:00 am

     

     

    I’m glad Christie won’t be inflicted upon us today but Brown remains a worry. Kenny at RB is also a glaring area of weakness.

     

     

    I’ve never been so sure of a Celtic side getting beat as this one. I’m hoping we don’t get tanked because that’s really all this season has been missing.

     

    >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>

     

     

    You what?! I used to follow Down in GAA – come on – be positive. Maybe Kenny not pushing on is a good thing – let wee James do that.

  7. The Blogger Formerly Known As GM on

    Probably the team I’d have picked although maybe Ralston is worth trying. I reckon Kenny’s loan agreement must stipulate that he plays if fit. Hopefully he can up his game and is more comfortable with Forrest in front of him than Shop Window Christie ( I’m hoping never to this guy in a Celtic shirt again).

  8. !!Bada Bing!! on

    Last week St Johnstone shut down their back 4 quickly, and the huns couldn’t get any rhythm into their play,we should do the same, but probably not fit enough.

  9. onenightinlisbon on

    Predictable team. No Dembele, even on the bench. Kennedy looking after himself more than the supporters. Damage limitation…

  10. Can’t understand the selection of Kenny, He has played a part in every Rangers goal since he arrived.

     

     

    Bitton gave us credible options in back 4 with both Welsh and Ajer capable of playing RB

  11. the reason AR is not playing and only making up the numbers is because he is worse than Kenny.

  12. SCULLYBHOY

     

     

    What do you mean use to follow Down ?! Seriously though, I’m all for positivity but it has to have a basis. We are clearly a failing side and I expect today to be no different fromthe last number of months that has preceded it.

     

     

     

    I’ll be positive tomorrow if Howe is unveiled and we can look forward to getting something like a proper Celtic side back onto the park.

  13. Today, rather than support the team, getting behind the manager, and hoping we find our scoring boots, i will decry, dispute, disrups and denigrate everything and anything about the club, our history, previous managers, and current incumbents, because thats what us supporters do.

     

     

    Pick a target, any target, go for it ……………………

  14. why would anyone pick Dembele ? what has the kid ever done ?

     

     

    why is that for kennedy and not the supporters,

     

     

    your starting early with this stuff.

  15. The Blogger Formerly Known As GM on

    Just paid £9.99 to watch the game via Now TV – i’ll switch on at noon, mute the commentary, switch off at HT, watch the second half with no sound and switch off again at the full time whistle.

     

     

    Sky offer such a great product, eh?

  16. Possitive mental attitude bhoys

     

     

    Think win for Celtic, win, win, win.

     

     

    COYBIG

     

     

    D :)

  17. We wait all season for a winger and 2 come along.

     

     

    Forrest and Johnson

     

     

    D :)

  18. Is there a more badly defended goal than Easter islands first at Celtic Park this year…dear god

  19. I called the team correctly apart from Forrest starting ahead of Christie.

     

     

    No one of the calls for replacements- Bitton, Ralston or Griff have taken chances when offered this season- only Soro can claim to have been under appreciated.

     

     

    I have seen the signs that John Kennedy has produced a more resilient and more offensive team pattern than Neil did. Some minor changes have led to us being less easy to beat or draw with.

     

     

    However, the players are still capable of individual weaknesses. Ajer & Welsh are not commanding CBs for defensive headers. Kenny and Taylor can both be beat on their sides by pace. And James Forrest is a less effective defender than Ryan Christie. None of these factors are improved by the replacements of Ralston, Bitton or Laxalt.

     

     

    Still, I have high hopes- despite our poor record at Ibrox. This is a faltering Sevco team with a few untried players like Simpson that will weaken their tremendous home defending record. As always we need to beat their midfielders Aribo, Kent, Davis, Arfield and Kamara, We should have the players in Brown, McGregor and Turnbull to do so biut our shoulds have not translated into wills in any game this season against them.

     

     

    We win no tropbies today but it will make a significant dent on them.

     

     

    I look forward to Stevie G excusing this defeat as being down to unfortunate injuries.

     

     

    2:1 to ra Sellik

  20. Go tell the Spartim on

    COYBIG 🍀🍀🍀 hoping for any kind of win and if I could be greedy some Willie McStay on Ted McMinn type tackles, hopefully on Kent (sp), boot him straight into main stand enclosure (old) area

  21. come on Celtic,go to work and be there for each other

     

    God bless Celtic.

     

     

    hh

  22. onenightinlisbon on

    SAINT STIVS on 2ND MAY 2021 11:20 AM

     

     

    Just keep your head where it has been for months pal.

  23. Quiet on here for a Glasgow Derby.

     

     

    Get tore into this mob from the off lay down a marker straight away.

     

     

     

    D :)

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