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  1. Pogmathonyahun aka Laird of the Smiles on

    I predict at least 5 Celtic goals tonight. C’mon the Hoops.

  2. Pogmathonyahun aka Laird of the Smiles on

    gene’s a bhoy’s name


    19:15 on 7 May, 2014


    Podium chasing is rubbish




    I, wholeheartedly, agree ;-P

  3. Pogmathonyahun aka Laird of the Smiles on

    Sky reporting that Barclays plan to cut 20,000 jobs by the end of 2016. I hope they intend to start with those thieving bassas at the top!

  4. £5 on 4-0, £3 on 4-1, £3 on 4-2 and £5 on 3-2, surely one wil come up, probably my son or daughters though…ach anyway, as long as one off us wins.

  5. Looking forward to see what Boerritger can do, think a few buoys are playing for an opportunity next season.



    Interesting big Chris Sutton thinks Balde and Pukka are for the off.

  6. Jobo Baldie on

    BIG-CUP-WINNERS from last article,



    Interestingly (or not) I decided to stick a whole fiver on every game we’ve played since 18 January 2014 on Celtic at minus 1. So far £85 staked, £110 returned. Overall our performance in the 16 games have been –


    2 lost (both to Aberdeen)


    2 draws (Ross County and Motherwell)


    1 win by 1 goal (St Mirren)


    12 wins by 2 or more – 2 by 2, 5 by 3, 3 by 4, 1 by 5 and 1 by 6.



    Tonight’s minus 1 odds are 11/10. I think we’ll win comfortably.




  7. For anyone viewing the U20 game on Celtic TV, there are some beautiful views of the surrounding hills.


    A really picturesque setting that we have been gifted by the generosity of the council. ;-)

  8. Look forward to Sunday’s game, never been to an away game since Rennes. God Bless the Celts and f+++ the hvns!

  9. NatKnow - Supporting Wee Oscar on

    South Of Tunis


    17:38 on


    7 May, 2014





    I am going to Edinburgh @ mid June . Selling a house .



    Recommendations sought re ————-



    Curry .


    Chinese .




    Local seafood ——-scallops , crab , lobster etc .


    Fish and chips ..



    Please help !






    18:05 on


    7 May, 2014


    Curry – I like the Cavalry Club near Haymarket


    Chinese – I have dined in the Rendezvous (West End) and the Kweilin in the New Town. Karen’s Unicorn is also good. I can recommend the Magnum boozer for a pre-dinner shnifter


    Greek – no idea


    Seafood. I like Ship on the Shore down at Leith harbour. Pretty wee cobbled street too. Whighams is also a seafood and wine bar in the west end, but i tend to drink there rather than eat


    fish and chips – l’alba d’oro nr dundas street or la campignola in the west end are both excellent





    I’d agree with many of these. Would add :



    Curry – go to Glasgow. Although there is a Mother India’s Cafe in Edinburgh that sells small curry dishes. However, I’d second Khushi’s and also add The Kismot – though do not under any circumstances order “The Killer”.



    Chinese – Rendezvous (if it’s still there), Kweilin.



    Greek – Athena.



    Seafood – Fishers In The City or on The Shore, The Ship on The Shore. Also – the Lobster Shack on North Berwick harbour is worth a visit if you have time (and a car!).



    Others to consider :



    Malaysian – Kampung Ali (very nice food, very casual).



    Lebanese – Beirut (superb).



    Thai – Dusit, Chaophrya (both excellent)



    Italian – Osteria del Tempo Perso (added this as a joke, but it has a lovely organic wine list including some Montevertine that is lovely). Their other place is in Lazio I think :







    If you fancy a pint I have lots of reccos based on some pretty serious empirical research….





    I managed to avoid betting on the Scottish cup defeat and Motherwell draw so happy is me.



    It’s been a cracking wee bet and enjoyable watching the Celtic rattle the net too.

  11. Delaneys Dunky on




    East Dunbartonshire cooncil in on it too? Shocking this UFH! ;))





    Lennoxtown has a wonderful view of Campsie Glen and the Fells.



    But boy us it cold up there.

  13. Not convinced about so many changes. I know it’s end of season but I don’t think it’s fair on guys like Pukki , Derk & Amido. Better these guys are integrated one at a time like Neil has done with young Liam.


    Surely better to play with 10 regulars than 6.


    Normally wholesale changes show these guys in a bad light and normally a poor performance.



    Hope I’m wrong!

  14. With so many changes in both teams I expect a scrappy game with a draw or one goal win for us.

  15. From official site


    By: Mark Henderson on 07 May, 2014 18:41



    NEIL Lennon has made six changes from the team who put Aberdeen to the sword on Saturday for tonight’s penultimate game of the season against St Johnstone.


    Lukasz Zaluska, Mikael Lustig, Beram Kayal, Derk Boerrigter, Teemu Pukki and Amido Balde come into the starting XI at the expense of Fraser Forster, Emilio Izaguirre, Scott Brown, Kris Commons, Anthony Stokes and Leigh Griffiths


    Kick off at McDiarmid Park is 7.45pm and there will be live updates of the game on the club’s official Twitter feed: @celticfc


    CELTIC (4-4-2) Zaluska; Lustig, Ambrose, Van Dijk, Matthews; Kayal, Mulgrew, Johansen, Boerrigter; Balde, Pukki


    Subs: Forster, Brown, Stokes, Commons, Mouyokolo, Griffiths, Henderson

  16. Chris Sutton on being asked if he wanted to be Neil’s assistant……..it’s a bit like being asked to be James Bond!!



  17. Posting finger on hair trigger. Check


    Celtic TV on PC and HDMI cable connected. Check


    CQN login Check



  18. eddieinkirkmichael on

    winning captains


    13:41 on


    7 May, 2014


    Crazy thought – to make the league more interesting could Celtic suggest we accept a handicap, maybe start the season on minus 9 points? Enough to give Aberdeen, Dundee Utd etc the chance to win the league but still will plenty of margin for us to catch up? Worth a try…





    I’ve been thinking about this for some time and not only for teams in Scotland. I feel if UEFA aren’t willing to restructure the leagues then some form of handicap system could revitalise some of the leagues in Europe.



    Say the top teams finished as



    1 – 100pts


    2 – 86pts


    3 – 84


    4 – 78


    5 – 70


    6 – 64


    7 – 60


    8 – 58


    9 – 46


    10 – 40


    11 – 34


    12 – 33



    The following season the top 6 teams would start the season with on minus points based on the gap between them and the team that that finished 7th. 33% of the gap would be the penalty for the new season.



    The teams that finished in the bottom half would also benifit by starting the new season with a positive point start of the same 33%.



    So the team that finished 1st in the previous season would effectively be 24 points worse off than the team who finished 12th.


    The newly promoted team would be claased as finishing 12.



    This season Next season starting points



    1 – 100pts -13pts


    2 – 86 -8


    3 – 84 -8


    4 – 78 -6


    5 – 70 -3


    6 – 64 -1


    7 – 60 +1


    8 – 58 +2


    9 – 46 +6


    10 – 40 +8


    11 – 34 +10


    12 – 33 +11



    It would never be adopted by the teams nor the leagues but it would sure as hell even things up and provide us with a more interesting league that would sustain our interest for longer.



    BTW feel free to pull it apart, just an idea. :)

  19. ....PFayr supports WeeOscar on

    Ship out the under achievers….if someone will take them



    Balde, Boeriggter,Pukki, Kayal



    Sammi will be gone



    Bring in Snodgrass and Hooper…young ambitious LB



    Job done



    Use the promising youngsters



    Easy …aye right ….

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