“I’ve never liked the idea of clamping. However, I’ve suddenly been converted and it’s a wonderful concept.
“Let’s hope every English team coming to our country in future will have their transport clamped.
“Only 1 team from UK should be welcome in the Republic of Ireland- Glasgow Celtic, the only team with a genuine Irish background,” said Hugh Gallagher, a frequent contributor to CQN Magazine.
Hugh was talking about this incident.
ONLY in Dublin!
— RTÉ 2FM (@RTE2fm) August 2, 2017
José Mourinho’s side are in Dublin to play Sampdoria at the Aviva Stadium in a warm-up much for the campaign.
We have no idea what the Dublin traffic warden was thinking when he issued Mourinho’s team bus with the ticket and clamped its wheels. We’d like to think it was a pay-back for all the falling around, diving and time wasting in the UEFA Cup Final in 2003.
“That’s for Seville,José,” would sound about right.
In other news, a new campaign to rename Glasgow Airport has been announced today, seems like a good idea…
Now how long to go until the Celtic game kicks off?
Meanwhile listen to the new CQN Podcast below, it really is worth taking the time.
This edition features a hard hitting introduction from Paul Dykes on the cheating and also a look back at The Celts for Change Years, which will remind you where we were as a football club in the nineties.