Summer business underway as Fojut signed


Celtic tied-up their first piece of business for the summer 2012 transfer window this afternoon by securing Polish central defender, Jaroslaw Fojut, 24, on a pre-contract.  Jaroslaw moved to England straight from school to join Bolton Wanderers, who he made two appearances for, before spending short loan periods at Luton and Stockport.

He moved back to Poland as a 21-year-old and has become a popular player at Polish league leaders, Slask Wroclaw, who knocked Dundee United out of the Europa League qualifying rounds this season in their first European football adventure in 40 years.

I hear he is a solid defender who commands the air well and who is likely to have his best years ahead of him.

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  1. kelvinbhoy says:


    17 January, 2012 at 20:18



    How goes it :O)



    8hrs was a wind up, 9hrs down to Dover ,chunnel (just opened) next morn 4 hrs to Marne La vallee,never mind the weans


    I was knacked for 2 days.Still loved it ,only thing about

  2. Seville67 says:



    Glad he is feeling better! It’s a horrible feeling when they aren’t right! The better half would like a westie or another border terrier, but I’d like a big lab. No doubt she will get her way and we will get what she wants haha!!!

  3. PAGE 2 :o)



    only thing about Eurodisney,they cheeky wee French bassas skipping the queue,don’t get that in


    the gool ole U S of A.




  4. blantyretim,have you missed a couple of zeros out or are you thinking that the extra pound could buy you a football club :-),


    seriously i am not an expert but my understanding was that the travel agent has to supply a replacement at least equal to what you had booked,is this related to them being solely all inclusive now

  5. Śląsk Wrocław spokesman Michał Mazur told to the press tonight:



    “Jarek informed us in the morning that he accepted the offer from the Scotts. Several days ago he told us that he had offers from few clubs but pointed out that his priority was Śląsk. Today in the morning we received official information from Celtic Glasgow that they agreed deal with our player. We have not received any questions about sell conditions from Celtic yet. It’s very likely that we will hear from them soon. They will probably send another letter with questions about the conditions the player could be their now. “

  6. gordybhoy



    we book all inclusive back then , imo they are in breach of their contract but they are not for shifting…



    the reason for bookin back then was to secure the free child places…

  7. voguepunter says:



    17 January, 2012 at 20:23



    I am well – hope you, Gordon 64 and the rest of the Vogue Bhoys are good.



    I thought that about the 8 hrs – only wee JC could do it in that time in his souped up Porsche!!



    Hail Hail.

  8. RATM



    I’ve had a Westie for 10 years now. Love him to bits. Didn’t think I’d feel that way about a dog t.b.h.



    He’s the only dog I’ve had and that’s down to my daughters insistence in wanting a dog. I had to give in.



    His pedigree name is Whynnencraige Hagrid and our name for him is robbie, after Mr Coltrane of course.

  9. Paul The Spark on




    Totally agree about the rude french kids jumping queues. Was totally different in Florida. Saw a woman jump the queue at Tower of Terror and one of the men dressed as a ghost chased her and threatened to throw her out the park. He was prpbably more offended with her hun tattoos. Cant take them anywhere.

  10. I think we missed a tube with that Jay Boothroyd, he is brutal, struggling with my bet here, QPR are brutal, after seeing them get the better of Newcastle and were unfortunate to lose, I honestly thought the game tonight would be a breeze, football eh, does your head in.

  11. ElDiegoBhoy says:


    17 January, 2012 at 20:34



    I admit I have no problem with her wanting and inevitably getting a westie, it’s just a matter of principle…..



    My mum and dad have a westie called Barry, named so because my mum said…but he looks like a Barry…how can you argue with that logic! The name still cracks me up!

  12. Back to Basics - Glass Half Full on

    Repeating a rant of two days ago – I really should be banned for showing repeats !!



    The “Old Firm” editorial policy of the BBC Online Football page strikes again.



    Immediately above the story of Celtic signing (rANGERs fans – look up “signing” in a dictionary {A big book with definitions of words}) – Jaroslaw Fojut, is a pathetic Z-list non-story about David Weir looking for a club (try your golf bag old geezer!).



    Brace yourself for the day we sign Lionel Messi.



    You’ll find the story at BBC online immediately below a report of the Rangers ball boy getting a new bucket to sit on.



    Hail Hail

  13. blantyretim,in your original post you said they wanted an extra £1 per family,i take it that was a mistake?,


    i know a travel agent well but will not see them til thursday and i could ask for his take on it,but he works for


    thomas cook so their rules may be different

  14. EDB –



    Greetings to you and yours from Turra.



    Greetings to Whynnencraige Hagrid (Robbie) from Dalriach Rapscallion (Murphy) and Dalriach Shooting Star (Starsky), both Irish Red & White Setters and completely bonkers!!




  15. gordybhoy64



    sorry £1k per family…



    cheers anything I can take back to them would be appreciated…

  16. Neil canamalar Lennon hunskelper extrordinaire on



    “The Slag Lawwell”,,,,as poor a comment as i have seen on CQN!!!!!”



    So the man that told the world that you are no better than any hun, brought shame on our club, the same man who told the world that the current sharers of power at stormont have no right to be there because their fight for equality and an end to tyrany, was nothing more than an illegal gang fight, represents you.


    In fact that was a pretty measured go at him the filthy masonic scumbag.

  17. Awe Naw No Annoni @ 13.09


    hankray says:


    17 January, 2012 at 18:00



    Re Places of interest in Roscommon



    All the places hankray mentioned are close at hand and you will enjoy though probably the best (?) attraction in Roscommon is the Famine Museum in Strokestown. This is a must visit for anyone with an association or affinity to Ireland. From recollection it is the only museum in Ireland specifically opened for the holocaust that was An Gort Mor. Also, I believe it is a private museum but may get funding from the government.



    Hail Hail

  18. Bhoys,some advice whilst there aint much football talk,is there a great difference between the kindle and the 3g version,


    mrs64 wnants one for her birthday and not sure which would be best,it would only be used for reading books,mags etc,


    none of the other uses

  19. gordybhoy64



    very fragile… Mrs BT has had 3 since March…



    they have very good customer services though.. unlike firstchoice….o))

  20. RATM



    The wife had pestered me for years to get another dog, to supplement the mental rescue dog we already have. So we got a Lab. Eating and Pooing machine hardly describes it. Bloody thing has gone through umpteen cushions, shoes and even a TV cable. Still love the daft bitch though.



    Eh thats the dog of course, love the wife too, she may lurk afterall, better stop now dug a deep enough hole for myself already.

  21. Neil canamalar Lennon hunskelper extrordinaire on



    the 3g lets you download and a few other applications, it has its own internet connection.

  22. Nuclear Bovril and a Half Munched Pie says:


    17 January, 2012 at 20:22



    I can only play those games on a keyboard and mouse (i.e. a PC) and I take my hat off to anyone who can play that kind of game with a ps3 pad. I play the old Fifa 12 on the PS3 and the PS3 username is aidiebhoy2000 if you, or anyone else, fancies a few games.



    If you’re starting a CQN clan on the PC for Modern Warfare 3, Battlefield 3 or any other shoot em up I’ll join that as I played quite a bit of clan gaming a few years ago.

  23. THE EXILED TIM says:


    17 January, 2012 at 20:38



    TET spot on – a poor man’s Fortune.



    Spends more time wide than in middle – a damp squib!

  24. curly



    Brilliant. LOL.



    The Bonkers family are complete.



    All the best my friend. Been too long since we last met.

  25. Ratm & edb’



    Our bhoy is a wired haired fox terrier, very very smart dog and a total nutcase, his walks are not complete unless he squares up to something twice his size. He also loves Halloween getting dressed up in his Celtic strip and out with the weans.



    Get a terrier




  26. Canamalar,blantyretim cheers,think the cheaper one would do,dont think it would be worth the extra sixty quid if


    its only gonna be used for basic stuff

  27. blantyretim



    You might want to contact ABTA, think thats the acronym or even Citizens Advice who can give you info on your rights, might even be worth a call e-mail to your local Trading Standards office.

  28. What is the Stars on

    Canamalar 20.44





    “The Slag Lawwell”,,,,as poor a comment as i have seen on CQN!!!!!”



    So the man that told the world that you are no better than any hun, brought shame on our club, the same man who told the world that the current sharers of power at stormont have no right to be there because their fight for equality and an end to tyrany, was nothing more than an illegal gang fight, represents you.


    In fact that was a pretty measured go at him the filthy masonic scumbag.



    Getting a bit worried about how mellow and tolerant you have become.Not like you to sit on the fence


    Bring back the old Grumpy Bear Canamalar who wasnt afraid to speak his mind and call a spade a spade

  29. johann murdoch on

    Try small claims court glasgow bt if things do not proceed it will cost them min £1500 -2000 to defend ,your cost I’d £65 tends to concentrate their minds hh

  30. The Legend Johnny Doyle on

    blantyretim says:


    17 January, 2012 at 20:15



    ok bhoys since its quiet on here tonight…



    It’s the calm before the storm… ;) Have I missed the point or are you refusing to pay the £3 quid extra?




  31. praecepta



    He’s up against a team 2 divs below and their defenders have him in their pocket, in all honesty it’s about the first time I have watched him, shockingly poor, as are QPR tonight.



    Unless MH can turn them around quickly they are relegation bound.

  32. taggart nobody move on

    Lenny bhoy



    Remiss of me not to wish you and yours a HNY. Haven’t conversed with you since the funeral of Big D (A BAD DAY ALL ROUND)



    Hope you are well and my brothers are treating you with respect! I follow your source of Celtic info avidly



    Keep the faith



    Hail Hail

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