Uefa suspending the suspense for a week


Uefa partially closing a 70,000-seat stadium for racist behaviour to punish Lazio, who attracted 13,072 to their previous Europa League game, has to be the least punitive action in history.  No one will be excluded from attending next week’s Lazio-Celtic game and gate receipts will not be affected.

Instead, Uefa imposed a suspended stadium closure on Lazio, which will kick in if a similar offence occurs within 12 months.  There is a possibility of this suspension becoming an active ground closure, if the match observer records racist behaviour from Lazio fans at Celtic Park next week.

Lazio will not bring many fans to Glasgow next week, so you would think they could refrain for a night.  We’ll see.

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  1. El Dufalo couldn’t lace LG’S boots, and only Daily Ranger Hotline readers bracket him with Eddy,the biggest team he’s scored against is Aberdeen.

  2. D17…there is no comparison to be made…one is class the other is crass. The refereeing or lack of it contributes to only one of the players stats here. Can you guess which? Answers on the head of a pin




  3. The Battered Bunnet @ 5.02 – I@ve been sitting here for 15 minutes now, double flashing my lights at each passing car. I’ll give you another 5 then I’m going in. Alone.


    Whilst passing the time I decided to check something on you know who’s official website. 3 years and 5 months after the SCottish Cup final was played and they still can’t face up to the truth that they lost to Hibs – click on the link and scroll down to their final game of that season to see the score (not). Always makes me smile.



  4. !!BADA BING!! on 16TH OCTOBER 2019 7:55 PM


    El Dufalo couldn’t lace LG’S boots, and only Daily Ranger Hotline readers bracket him with Eddy,the biggest team he’s scored against is Aberdeen






    Upgrade on Griff at mo imo. He’s scored against Maribor, Legia and Young Boys to be fair. Edouard is better without a doubt. Don’t like the comparisons myself or see the need for it every time Edouard does something good. That’s all from me.

  5. THELURKINTIM on 16TH OCTOBER 2019 9:15 PM


    Jobo…you’ll get mistaken for a dogger lol…;-))



    Jobo is jogger dogger :O)








  6. Re Clancy Hearts v Sevco…why don’t the FTSFA announce the game officials at the same time they announce the fixtures pre-season…after all it should all be random using their computer




  7. Dallas Dallas where the heck is Dallas on

    Jobo , thanks for posting the results from the ‘magic hat’s’ season at Ibrox. I had forgotten they only won 2 of their last 11 games that season. The sheen on the magic hat was not as bright.



    The 2016 cup final was the same day as my dad’s 90th birthday party . Hibs gave him another reason to celebrate entering his tenth decade.

  8. Dallas Dallas where the heck is Dallas on

    APS to my last post , I didnt include the semi final as a win for them , it was a draw with them getting through on penalties.

  9. Morelos does seem to be picking up less cards and still scoring goals at least against the small teams.



    It is pointless comparing players and assists the Huns who are a financial basket case, in claiming comparability with our £9m player.



    Eddy is performing well for France and I hope he can continue for us, We need a few goals.

  10. Hello again all you young rebels.



    Good morning from a changeable weather week in Melbourne, but need


    to get my wee Celtic cap oot, the 30 degs are approaching next week. phew.


    Spring training tonight again and looking forward to giving the kids their


    Celtic lessons lol.


    We had about 14 new under 11’s last week, usual mixture of nationality’s


    so usually let them have a wee bounce game to start just to see who can


    actually make a pass.


    So 7 a side, right boys and girls! first question.


    What teams do you all support?


    Barca, Man Utd, Psg, Chelsea etc.




    O.K then, who knows the first British team to win the European cup?


    Two hands up, one boy one wee girl, the Celtic


    Right you two are the captains of A and B teams.


    You’ve got to reward knowledge haven’t you? and even if they are not


    Celtic minded they have potential and they already know how to


    please their coach 8-))


    H.H . Mick

  11. Moravcik @ 6.28


    I remember there was a cameraman with a professional camera recording the mass in Lisbon. Who? No idea.


    BRTH would be the bhoy to ask as he had his finger on the pulse that weekend.


    Also very interested in finding out where I could obtain a copy.


    Anyone any ideas?



  12. I saw the camera crew there that morning.



    Even if anyone had mobile fone footage



    I am sure someone has posted a brief clip on here from communion during the Mass.




    Longshot, maybe try utube, who knows maybe somebody


    downloaded it.


    H.H . Mick

  14. Good morning CQN from a dark but dry Garngad



    Well that was a short read back.



    Very few Celtic posts even less non Celtic posts, is it a case of people not wanting to post at all for fear of getting shouted down by some posters.


    Probably just international week though, thank goodness as Jobo would say 2 more sleeps to the return of the champions.



    Team for Saturday





    El Hamed Julien Ajer Bolingolli


    Broonie Bitton


    Forrest Cal Mac Sinclair





    Probably wrong as usual and I don’t know who is fit and who is not.



    Hail Hail


    D. :)

  15. 2 more sleeps till the return of The Chamoions ;-)


    Oh and good morning from a dry, clear skied (well the moon’s out) very dark East Kilbride.

  16. Ahhhhh the old DUP…



    Hunbelievable terrorists (allegedly) ruling our country now..






    D. :)

  17. Go on Boris offer the DUP another bribe, it’s only a matter of how many millions or billions of our dosh you can buy Wee or Big Arlene for..


    They will need cash for arms and ipox if there is a deal.






    D. :)

  18. Hunderbirds are Gone on

    Greetings from Dubrovnik (new port) 20c already, bright and sunny ☀️. Just having a strong coffee on a kiosk bar, before boarding a ferry to the island of Koločep. Using the ferry to pass three of the islands just offshore from Dubrovnik – Cheaper than a tourist boat. It’s a half hour to Koločep going, we have four hours there, and then the ferry back takes an hour and a half as it goes to the islands of Lopud and Šipan en-route. Beer will be taken… purely as a coolant you understand.


    Get a grip guys, real football is nearly back, after the slow hell of International week.


    Back to work Celts, we’ve got a league to win



  19. Extinction Rebellion are a total pain in the arse.



    I really don’t think they are making themselves very popular.



    Are they not better to inconvenience the people in power, than inconveniencing the man in the street.



    Makes sense tae me.

  20. Which club precisely is Top of the League?



    A K Ray, Ross Hall Hospital, Glasgow £150


    ADI UK, Preston £7620


    AS St Etienne, France £252,212.39


    ASL, East Sussex £2514


    Acies Group, Edinburgh £2340


    Adrian Coll, Balloch £1600


    Alan Duncan, Glasgow £1400


    Alexander West Property, Glasgow £2807


    Alison Walker TV, Bearsden £600


    Alliance Video, Surrey £204


    Aon Limited, London £14,151


    Arena Imaging, Derby £336


    Argyll and Bute Council £406.80


    Arsenal Football Club £136,560


    Astra Hygiene Supplies, Dumbarton £61.27


    Audi Stirling £396.05


    Azure Support Services, Macclesfield £523,949.71


    Azzurri Scotland, Burnley £34.63


    BTWShiells, Belfast £2917.39


    Barr Environmental Limited, Cummnock £264


    Base Soccer Agency, London £52,560


    Bauer Radio Ltd (Radio Clyde) £702


    Beyard Services, Beith £5559.60


    Bhutta’s Newsagents, Glasgow £567.45


    Big Think Agency, Glasgow £14,265.60


    Blooms UK Limited, Glasgow £70


    Brabners, Manchester £12,999


    Brentwood Estates, Manchester £42,963.06


    Brian Proudfoot, Glasgow £2,802


    British Gas £1,562.42


    BT £1,292.13


    Business Cost Consultants, Glasgow £6,240.60


    Business Stream, Edinburgh £9,727.22


    CNP Professional, Cheshire £719.96


    CRE8, Gloucester £68,406.70


    Cairn Financial, London £4,127.60


    Cairns & Scott Caterhire, Glasgow £762


    Cameron Presentations, Glasgow £8,795.99


    Campbell Medical Supplies, Paisley £3,386.73


    Camtec, Herts £552


    Canniesburn Taxis, Bearsden £269.69


    Capital Solutions, Edinburgh £11,423.40


    Capito Ltd, Livingston £1,049.69


    Carberry’s Coaches, Portadown Co Armagh £1,200


    Carnival Chaos Production, Edinburgh £672


    Carol Govan, Glasgow £600


    Cask Productions, Glasgow £1,980


    Cask Sports, Glasgow £2,919.60


    Catercare Scotland, Stewarton £420


    Charlton Chauffeur Drive, Glasgow £792


    Chelsea FC £238,345.43


    Childcare Vouchers, London £1,143.74


    Chilli It, Chester £416.52


    Chris Clarke, Kilmarnock £150


    Christine Siebelt, Milngavie £1,100


    Citrus Office Solutions, Lancashire £4,304.24


    City Electrical Factors, Glasgow £215.40


    Clyde Productions, Glasgow £180


    Coca Cola £10,133.91


    Colin Suggett, Sunderland £741.80


    Collstream Limited, Derby £5,779.37


    Collyer Bristow, London £40,691.22


    Colours Agency Glasgow £1,980


    Computer Links, Livingston £2,146.32


    Computershare Investor Service, Bristol, £23,855.03


    Craig Services & Access East Sussex £900


    Culture & Sport Glasgow £10,338.96


    Daily Record & Sunday Mail £312


    DealBureau Commercial Finance, Southend £10,000


    Decco Limited, Glasgow £174.72


    Dell Computer Corporation, Berkshire £272.85


    Direct Medical Imaging, Lancashire £230


    Disclosure Scotland £372


    Dominique S Byrne, Nuffield Hospital, Glasgow £160


    Dr David A S Marshall, Bridge of Weir £160


    Dundas & Wilson, Edinburgh £24,027.84


    E.ON £8,827.14


    Eagle Consulting, Inverness £40


    Eagle Couriers, Bathgate £96.60


    Eden Springs, Blantyre £644.64


    Edinburgh Audi £5,197.08


    Electrical Was te Recycling, County


    Durham £18


    Enterprise Rent-a-Car, Stirling £9,000


    Events Audio Visual, Clydebank £300


    Exchequer Corporate Finance , Surrey £4,000


    Executive Hire, Harlow £1,060


    FES FM, Stirling £80,874.93


    FL Memo, London £116.86


    FX Signs, Glasgow £15,546.56


    G Media Mangement, Cheltenham £995


    G4S, Surrey £295,036.24


    GTG Training, Glasgow £396


    Gareth Neil Design, Glasgow £3,200


    Gerry McGeoch, Glasgow £150


    Glasgow Audi £1,041.62


    Glasgow City Council £5,000


    Glasgow City Council (Council Tax) £2,008.21


    Glasgow Leading Attractions (The Willow Tea Rooms) £1,525


    Glasgow Taxis £TBC


    Glencairn Crystal Studio, East Kilbide £354


    Gordon McKay, Blackridge £150


    HOBS Reprographics, Glasgow £270.15


    HSS Hire Service £67.10


    Hamilton Brothers, Bishopton £115.56


    Hay McKerron Associates, Milngavie £3,600


    Hepscott Water Systems, Morpeth £1,190.28


    Hrvoje Bojanic Beethoveova, Zagreb, Croatia £2,898.42


    Hutchesons Eductational Trust, Glasgow £550


    ILC Media, Preston £2,040


    IMG Media, Chiswick £180


    Impact Signs, Cumbernauld £9,482.79


    Integrated Cleaning Management, Hampshire £3,329.19


    Iris Chorus Application Software, Devon £5,973.60


    Iris Ticketing, Devon £37,210.42


    Iron Mountain, Livingston £1,271.16


    JCM Business Consulting, Paisley £2,745


    JJB Sports £19,390.59


    James Gordon (Engineers), Galston £1,437.68


    Jewson, Glasgow £930.60


    Joe Lennon Picture Framing, Bearsden £840


    John Deere, Gloucester £41,191.59


    K7X, Ayr, £240


    Kalamazoo Secure Solutions, Birmingham £4,017


    Keith Hawley, Glasgow £2,600


    Kevin Cameron Radio Service, Paisley £600


    Kube Networks, Glasgow £7,672.08


    L & S Litho, Glasgow £17,035.04


    Lothian Power Clean, Larkhall £194.34


    LSK Supplies, Glasgow £178.58


    Lawrie Furnishings, Paisley £607.20


    Limelight Networks , Arizona £2,333.49


    Link Seating Limited, Worcestershire £606.98


    Loomis UK, Nottingham £2,248.08


    Louis Grace Electrical, Glasgow £1,087.84


    Lyco Direct Limited , Milton Keynes £2,381.27


    MSM Solicitors, Paisley £420


    MacGregor Industrial Supplies, Inverness £106.76


    Mackinnon Partners, Gourock £200


    Manchester City FC £328,248.71


    Manea Florin Bucharest £37,500


    Mar Hall, Bishopton £5,511.90


    Marsh Ltd UK, Norwich £779.10


    Martin Dawes, Warrington £654.74


    Media House, Glasgow £19,200


    MediaCom, Edinburgh £11,544.42


    Menzies Hotels, Derbyshire £257.40


    Michael Douglas, Glasgow £100


    Milngavie Mini Market £413.29


    Modular Property Holdings, Glasgow £20,930.22


    Motif Promotional Clothing, Glasgow £27.29


    Murray Group Holdings, Edinburgh £278,964.30


    Nairn Brown (Glasgow) £1,492.50


    National Car Rental, Leicester £162.52


    Navyblue Design Group, Edinburgh £6,960


    Newline Products, Glasgow £7,001


    Newsquest (Herald & Times £1,500


    Nexo S.A., France £1,799.37


    Nicola Young, Glasgow £3,500


    Noble Grossart, Edinburgh £18,612


    Nordic Scouting, Oslo £20,000


    North Glasgow College £11,041.80


    OHSS, Edinburgh £234


    OfficeFurnitureOnline.co.uk, Dumfires £338.40


    Ooyala, California £733.92


    Opal Telecom £169.72


    Orebro SK £150,000


    Oxford Hotels & Inns (Carnoustie) £3,709.96


    PR Newswire Europe £300


    PTS – Plumbing Trade Supplies, Leicester £30.42


    Paramed, Howwood £1,050


    Parklands Country Club, Glasgow £500


    Parks of Hamilton £7,256


    Paton Plant, York £1,450.16


    Perform Group, Middlesex £346,097.43


    Pineapple Aroundshot, Co Durham £2,316.96


    Pineapple Photographic, Co Durham £5,875


    Ping Network Solutions, Glasgow £4,020.25


    Plum Films, Edinburgh £3,000


    Posh Deli, Glasgow £260


    Postage by Phone, Essex £510.80


    Premier Cash Registers, Glasgow £12,600


    Prime Commercial Properties


    Management, London £10,805.53


    Professional Pre-Season Tours (Libero), Glasgow £60,000


    Quick Shift Tyre Service, Glasgow £48


    R.F.Brown, Hamilton £1,681.44


    RBS WorldPay, Cambridge £180.66


    RS Components Limited, Northants £204.95


    Rangers Lotteries Ltd, Glasgow £105.80


    Reed Business Information, Surrey £2,764.80


    Renfrewshire Council HQ £108


    Restore Scotland, Paisley £579.74


    Rigby Taylor Limited, Bolton £10,762.16


    Rodgers Sercurity Systems, Glasgow £342.50


    Ross Hall Hospital, Glasgow £770.50


    Ross Promotional, Glasgow £1,022.88


    Royal Mail £3,262.54


    SDL Group, Glasgow £1,350


    SG World, Cheshire £577.56


    SIR Teknologi, West Sussex £TBC


    SK Rapid, Austria £1,011,763.44


    STRI, West Yorkshire £17.28


    Saffery Champness, Glasgow £31,028.01


    Scot-West Business Forms, Glasgow £749.60


    Scotprint, Haddington £7,514


    Scotrae Productions, Greenock £17,058.94


    Scottish Ambulance Service £8,438.40


    Scottish Hydro Electric £62,527.30


    Scottish Power £302.44


    Search Promotional Merchandise, Buckinghamshire £6,240


    Shanks Waste Management, Southampton £122.58


    Sharon Agnew, Glasgow £460


    Shawfield Timber, Glasgow, £786.24


    Shell UK £7,637.94


    Shields Land Rover, Glasgow £246.75


    Shred-it Glasgow £444


    Sign Plus, Dunfermline £2,473.22


    Signature Industries, London £1,507.90


    Simplewaste Solutions, Clydebank £17,626.26


    Sinclair Pharmacy, Glasgow £1,909.79


    Slater Menswear , Glasgow £688.31


    Solutions.tv, Glasgow £2,652


    Sound Acoustic Productions, Glasgow £12,000


    Souters Irrigation Services, Cumbernauld £456


    Spike Multiedia, Giffnock £5,312.50


    Sporting iD, Tyne and Wear £144.70


    Sportopps.com, Belfast £150


    Sports Alliance, Bury £2,006.65


    Sports Revolution, London £5,034.52


    Stellar Football, London £72,000


    Stirling Fire Protection £1,149.30


    Stockline Plastics, Glasgow £258


    Strathclyde Police £51,882


    Striking Imagery, Cumbernauld £113.51


    Stuart MacMorran, Clydebank £422.50


    Summit Asset Management, Surrey £70,555.88


    Susan Thomson Your Sonsie Face, Glasgow £40


    TNT £1,255.39


    Tabs FM, London, £1,980


    Tellcomm Limited, West Midlands £6,435.89


    The Arco Group, Hull £443.43


    The Brite Bulb, Bishopbriggs £3,209.64


    The Burnbrae, Bearsden £1,403.88


    The Business & Property Bureau, Bearsden £7,376


    The Business Incentives Group, Glasgow £1,893.60


    The City of Edinburgh Council £90


    The Fees Company, Edinburgh £118.16


    The Financial Times £3,480


    The Scottish Football League £3,859.92


    The Premier Property Group, Edinburgh £103,210.96


    Thistle International Freight, Paisley £128.42


    Thistle Storage Equipment, Cumbernauld £140.40


    Thomas Cook Sport, Manchester £129,216.56


    Ticket Team, Netherlands £873.36


    Ticketline Network, Manchester £11,668.67


    Trade UK (Screwfix) £77.01


    aTrident Trust Company, Jersey £40,689.90


    UK Fast, Manchester £689.78


    US Citta di Palermo, Italy £205,513.04


    Umbro £1,756.05


    University of the West of Scotland £135


    Vodafone £204


    Voicescape, Manchester £786.84


    William Henderson, Glasgow £275


    Yuill & Kyle Solicitors, Glasgow £1,486.80


    Celtic FC £40,337


    Dundee United FC £65,981.49


    Dunfermline Athletic FC £83,370.13


    Heart of Midlothian FC £800,000


    Inverness Caledonian Thistle FC £39,805


    SPL £22,500


    SFA 11,089.04


    HM Revenue & Customs £14,372,042


    Ticketus, London £26,700,000


    Debenture H by olders (various) £7,736,000


    Season Ticket Holders (various) £TBC


    Employees Various £TBC



    It’s definitely not Rainjurz

  21. Re the DUP rejecting Brexit proposal. I would be more concerned if they had backed it. Then I would know we had been sold out.


    The Lunatics are well in control of the British Asylum, I hope the negotiators are being well paid, Can you imagine how the Europeans must be feeling, deal after deal being painstakingly negotiated & agreed with the British Government & then being rejected by Parliament.


    Brexit will go down in History as the greatest self inflicted shit storm of all time.

  22. Corki



    Ulster radio good this morning


    Division among them,DUP want veto on anything they can’t control


    Chap was on,only candidate for UUP sayin he would remain instead of DUP sell out.


    It’s dogs chasing tails lol



    Hope your grand Corki,enjoy your writings on


    Ireland’s history





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