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General discussion / Re: The Offical Glasgow Celtic thread
« on: September 01, 2019, 09:35:42 PM »
Thought Celtic won in 2nd gear TBh, i don't think we played really well just that we were so effective and disciplined. Rankers were rank and offered nothing. The International break is now on and we have 2 weeks to clear up the niggle injuries. Rogic is not too far off either and G Taylor is having his medical from Kilmarnock so with Ajer and Simunovic back fit in 2 weeks and one or two more additions tonight/tomorrow we can push on.

Lennon fairly letting everyone know in his interview after the game about people knocking it in to him...

Sevco just need to slip up a few times before Christmas and if we beat them at the end of the end year they'll go bust, hopefully never to be heard of again. Was glad to see that clown hurt himself at the end and leaving Castle Grey Skull on crutches will make him think twice the next time trying to break someones leg

Good summary. Poor match and we were never really threatened. Back four were better than I suspected which was surprising considering it's make up. Happy Bhoy tonight.

General discussion / Re: The Offical Glasgow Celtic thread
« on: August 20, 2019, 01:35:42 PM »
We have five good players, one good player on the wane (SB). The rest are mediocre and in vital positions including four of the defensive five. If Celtic had bought a proper RB and LB we would be still in the CL. Downsizing has happened for the last two seasons. We have lost around seven first team players who have not been replaced with anywhere near the same quality. We are playing with fire.

General discussion / Re: A United Ireland. Opening up the discussion.
« on: August 19, 2019, 09:40:24 PM »
So a United Ireland is to be decided by anti biotics and prescriptions :o

Similar issues swung the Scottish referendum a few years ago.


General discussion / Re: The Offical Glasgow Celtic thread
« on: August 14, 2019, 01:35:32 PM »
If ever a result exemplified the Scottish league and the talents of the players in it, this was it. Realistically Celtic are probably a mid table League one side. Scottish Prem is probably at same level as Irish league. Hence why they walk it year in year out.

Tired lazy comment. The real truth is that this result exemplified why Neil Lennon shouldn't have got the job. Spends 10m on 2 defenders and leaves them on the bench only to see 3 crucial goals conceded (i dont mind the 4th as they had to throw caution to the wind at the end)

Don't engage that trolling cnut. He married his sister ffs.

Second that.

General discussion / Re: The Offical Glasgow Celtic thread
« on: August 14, 2019, 08:25:49 AM »
Porto and Basel also knocked out tonight. Thereís a lot of teams all at the same level.
Cluj have won the last two Romanian leagues.

Doesnít matter. Iíve never even heard of that team before ffs

You'd never heard of them? Should have beaten them 7-0 then!  ::)
They were only an average team. That was a shambles last night. Defence is priority now as it has been for about 5years. We never f**king learn.

« on: August 10, 2019, 08:16:01 AM »
It wasn't easy on the eye but I for one do not give a flying feck.Our club was dead for 5 years with no hurling at all and one of the best pitches in Antrim.It might be a Junior B but to me we may as well have lifted the Liam McCarthy tonight.The Latharna Og club have had to put up with few other clubs have had to over the years with the exception of St Endas and Ardoyne.Easy enough to knock it from the lofty perch of Dunloy.

Great effort from Latharna Og. Hope  they can keep it going.

General discussion / Re: The Offical Glasgow Celtic thread
« on: July 25, 2019, 07:47:24 AM »
Handy win tonight for Celtic and good to see Griff get a goal, would be great to qualify for the group stage but a bit of work to do yet!

Good goals, especially McGregor's. Third round guaranteed now, where it will be a step up. The Estonians are probably a level below Sarajevo.

General discussion / Re: The Offical Glasgow Celtic thread
« on: July 23, 2019, 10:17:41 PM »
On whar basis would Sevco collapse financially again? Hardly busting the bank signing superstars?

Busting the bank? They can't get credit at a bank ffs!
They have signed something like 20 players since Gerrard has arrived. Transfer fees or not that is a lot of monthly outlay on top of what they had.
Just to stay afloat last year they had to borrow money from directors and from Close Brothers at exorbitant rates. And that was with Europa League revenue as well. Add in several court case losses to Mike Ashley and other possible litigation from others for breach of contracts.They are probably not close to collapse but are walking a precarious line, added to the fact their main "investor", King, is only in it for his own gain.
There is either something very shady going on, quelle suprise, or they have not learned from old lessons.
But otherwise all is hunky dory!

General discussion / Re: The Offical Glasgow Celtic thread
« on: July 15, 2019, 07:47:39 AM »
A pittance.
He plays in the SPL!

Your point is?

I think his point is the SPL is a very minor league in Europe and thus being a decent player in the SPL doesnít mean you can cut it at Premier League level and that £20m odd is around Tierneyís level...

Just a guess but Iím sure michaelg will clarify!
Birds of a feather ,,,, :)

I'm sure Arsenal would not be offering personal terms of £20m,  £5m p/a for 4 years if they thought Tierney couldn't hack it in the EPL. Im also sure they have seen him hack it at CL, EL and international  levels.
Translate salary into transfer fee worth, then £25m is a pittance.

Exactly, Tierney has played in and cut it in the CL. Obviously, Arsenal are looking at the bigger picture i.e. the actual player and his capabilities. Anyone with an ounce of sense could see VanDijk was a cut above and destined for the top "despite" only playing in Scotland. I would have preferred he went to 
one of the better leagues like Spain or Italy.

General discussion / Re: The Offical Glasgow Celtic thread
« on: July 10, 2019, 07:29:55 AM »
A good start this evening on the long road journey to the CL elite.I  would've thought a Balkan league champions such as Sarajevo would have something more about them, perhaps they were almost as as rusty as Celtic were. Some tired legs in the last 1/4, that was one heavy pitch.

Potentially our trickiest first round game in Europe for a while. Three good goals.

General discussion / Re: It Must be Marching Season
« on: July 09, 2019, 05:16:37 PM »

General discussion / Re: The Offical Glasgow Celtic thread
« on: June 28, 2019, 07:43:58 AM »
He would be mad not to go if Arsenal or some other top club went for him.

True, ironic that Scotland has 2 fantastic left backs - probably the best 2 about, in Tierney and Robertson of Liverpool.

Do they though? One is a good left back in Scottish football and the other is genuinely world class.

As suggested previoulsy £30m for Tierney is ridiculous! I'd say £20m would be decent money for him. Also a record for Scotland!

Tierney has a lot of experience. CL, EL, international. Has he captained Scotland. Compare that to the Crystal Palace fella who went to United. 3million would be a steal for KT
It all boils down to the league he's been plying his trade in.

It doesn't. It's a factor along with his age, position he plays, how good he is, nationality. He has played against top class opposition in Europe and been a first team regular for 4 years, playing well over 150 games and he is a senior international player. He is regularly one of Celtic's best players. Contrast that to Wan Bissaka and the only factors to his disadvantage are he's not English and he doesn't play in England. So if Wan Bissaka is worth £50m then KT should be worth similar. I know Celtic won't get that but anything less than £25m is derisory unless there is a large % sell on like or better than Celtic had with Van Dijk.

General discussion / Re: The Offical Glasgow Celtic thread
« on: June 24, 2019, 07:34:36 PM »
The pundits agree that Tierney would cut it in any EPL team or league.

Fuckit £50m then!!!

 ::) ::)

Iíll go out on a limb here but I would say that tierney is already a better player than robertson. People might disagree but youíll be agreeing before the season is out. If he goes for less than 40 million itís an absolute steal by arsenal. Tierney has everything robertson has but heís also stronger and better in the air.

I love Tierney but Robertson is better......just now. Tierney is younger and potentially still to hit his best. Until 18 months or so ago Robertson wasn't guaranteed first choice for Liverpool. Robertson is a much better crosser of a ball but possibly not as good defensively (not much in it).
Tierney needs to be careful where he goes for future development. Klopp has done wonders for Robertson. Anything north of £20m with add ons for Tierney would be normally acceptable but he is a good left back and they are a rare breed, so £25m plus wanted.
For those above who obviously don't follow Scottish football Celtic got £20m for Dembele last year.

General discussion / Re: The OFFICIAL Liverpool FC thread
« on: June 09, 2019, 09:50:33 AM »
Andy Robertson scored a cracker for Scotland tonight.

Was also at fault for the Cyprus goal. However, definitely a stand out in that Scottish team. Only McGregor and Fraser come close in terms of ability.

General discussion / Re: The OFFICIAL Liverpool FC thread
« on: June 01, 2019, 03:21:37 PM »
Well said North Antrim. Ye tip in to fb twitter and on here to see the craic etc and when ye come on here ye get readin a bitta sense and then the ballbag and/or his sidekick comes on with their bullshit and ye say fcuk this

Unfortunately it happens on all the soccer threads. Some Liverpool fans see fit to come onto the Celtic thread and bullshit!
Nowt wrong with a bit of ribbing but when the likes of your man OTB and others jam the thread with constant snideness it becomes boring as f**k.

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