Significant supporter relations initiative


Celtic’s statement yesterday (available on Phil Mac Giolla Bhain’s site) covered a lot of ground.  It explained the environment the club operates in, its policies and strategy, gave historical context of their objections to the Offensive Behaviour Bill and on-going opposition to the Act.  In short:

Where we are
How we arrived here
What we’re doing about it

Most importantly of all, the club again advertised the Supporters Complaints Review Panel, populated by Celtic fans to investigate and review complaints by fans.  The importance of this structure has yet to be fully understood but it is the most significant development in supporter relations since Brother Walfrid said, ‘How you do fancy starting a football club?’

I spoke to three prominent supporters yesterday about the schisms among us, all of us were so dispirited.  Fortunately, our good friend Jeanette cheered me up this morning and assured me we are pretty much on the one road (my words and not a cue for a song).

And it was Jeanette Findlay, not Krankie, before you ask.

The football will be back soon, hang on in there.
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    BILLYBHOY 1844



    E-mail me at bmcuwp@gmail.com and I will give you the info.



    It ain’t much use without pretty constant vigilance for the first six weeks or so,but it defo works.

  2. Thindimebhoy



    I think it’s just the bookies making themselfs a few extra bob, they manufacture ficticious markets.



    The huns can’t afford to sack sally, he is on a rolling contract of circa 1 million, he may well walk away, or will he >}

  3. tomtheleedstim




    I won’t be going Tom, I don’t want to put my hard earned cash into the coffers of the corrupt sfa.


    I respect everyone’s position on this but it’s how I feel.



  4. fergus slayed the blues on

    Seem like Pip is a bit shy of acknowledging his ragers sevco connection


    His web site boasts of 20 yrs as Dunfermline physio but no mention of the liquidated club or the tribute act



  5. A Ceiler Gonof Rust on

    TET, how you doing fella, what news of the spanish sclaffbaw on the 11th April?



    Whats the name of the course so I can check it out on google.





  6. KevJungle – Every SB purchased = vote for toothless bored




    Oh aye – and who speaks for the other 30k of seats that have emptied


    awe roon aboot where I sit ?




    That’s some size of living room oor Kev’s goat.

  7. The Boy Jinky on




    You had me… hook line and sinker. .. until …. ” hard earned money ” …. ;)



    Only joshing amigo





    So Murray and Masterton were too posh to indulge in the old “You sratch my back,I’ll scratch yours” doodah,eh?



    They had to employ Pip Yeates to do it….





    Will do,when I get back in the morning.




  10. A Ceiler Gonof Rust on

    Sally leavin der hunsters would be an unmitigated disaster for all the other fourth tier clubs. What would happen to these clubs should the inhabitants of planet sevconia actually get a proper manager, eh, eh?



    This would be a black day for the lower league teams indeed.





  11. StumptownBhoy-(ex-SanDiegoBhoy)For_wee_Oscar on

    The away game against Barca on the telly here in USA.



    The look on Alex Song’s coupon registering surprise, morphing into terror as he collides with man mountain Victor Wanyama in the middle of the park is precious.



    What a goalie we have found in FF. London Huns ma erchie.

  12. johann murdoch on

    Oh Kevbungle..do you count the empty seats ? How do you count them ? ..skyplus freeze frame ? What happens when you get to 24,578 then lose count ? Or are you a spy wae binocs from the high flats ? ..ye cheeky wee monkey !!!

  13. johann murdoch on

    BT..won’t mention white port in case it sets OT off agian :)))




    Hold on wait a minute !!!!!!

  14. stevenagebhoy,



    Very clever, very funny.







    That was Jocky’s era, right enough.



    He must have been the smallest ever top level keeper, but he was so agile,he appeared to bounce off his line, going for a high ball.



    Thirds were a great team then, with a brilliant forward line.



    They were screwed by a bent chairman, Huddleston(?), who ran the club into the ground in the hope of selling the land for development.



    If I remember correctly, Glasgow Council refused planning permission, thereby foiling his cunning plan.



    I think Big Geordie Young, Corky, was their last manager.

  15. Quantum entanglement occurs when particles such as photons, electrons, molecules as large as buckyballs, [1][2] and even small diamonds [3][4]



    interact physically and then become separated; the type of interaction is such that each resulting member of a pair is properly described by the same quantum mechanical description (state), which is indefinite in terms of important factors such as position, [5] momentum, spin, polarization, etc.



    Quantum entanglement is a form of quantum superposition. When a measurement is made and it causes one member of such a pair to take on a definite value (e.g., clockwise spin), the other member of this entangled pair will at any subsequent time [6] be found to have taken the appropriately correlated value (e.g., counterclockwise spin). Thus, there is a correlation between the results of measurements performed on entangled pairs, and this correlation is observed even though the entangled pair may have been separated by arbitrarily large distances. [7] In quantum entanglement, part of the transfer happens instantaneously. [8] Repeated experiments have verified that this works even when the measurements are performed more quickly than light could travel between the sites of measurement: there’s no slower-than-light influence that can pass between the entangled particles. [9] Recent experiments have shown that this transfer occurs at least 10000 times faster than the speed of light [10]



    This behavior is consistent with quantum-mechanical theory, has been demonstrated experimentally, and it is accepted by the physics community. [citation needed] However there is some debate [11] about whether a possible classical underlying mechanism could explain why this correlation occurs instantaneously even when the separation distance is large. The difference in opinion derives from espousal of various interpretations of quantum mechanics.



    Research into quantum entanglement was initiated by a 1935 paper by Albert Einstein, Boris Podolsky, and Nathan Rosen describing the EPR paradox [12] and several papers by Erwin Schrödinger shortly thereafter. [13][14] Although these first studies focused on the counterintuitive properties of entanglement, with the aim of criticizing quantum mechanics, eventually entanglement was verified experimentally, [15] and recognized as a valid, fundamental feature of quantum mechanics. The focus of the research has now changed to its utilization as a resource for communication and computation.






    I concur

  16. prestonpans bhoys on

    Some tribute the deed clubs pays:




    PIP YEATES has left Rangers after five years of service.




    The first-team physiotherapist is leaving the Club to focus on his own business.



    Rangers thank him for his work during his time at Ibrox and wish him a successful future.




    Five years and two sentences, that’s it…………..

  17. StumptownBhoy-(ex-SanDiegoBhoy)For_wee_Oscar on

    Wee Jamesy had the left sided Barca defence in knots every time he ran at them.

  18. StumptownBhoy-(ex-SanDiegoBhoy)For_wee_Oscar on

    Quantum Physics was mastered on the Indian sub-continent thousands of years ago.

  19. johann murdoch on

    Modren quantum physics is rubbish!



    We want ticker tape wee cars running doon planks !!!

  20. johann murdoch on

    Actually quantum I disagree ! Entanglement was never verified the opposite law of aperpheasant challenged this !! ..so there !!

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