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46 minutes ago, Lord Snooty said:

 

Until we know the outcome lets enjoy being third at Christmas.

 

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If celtic played in england, they would be a bournmouth, burnley with a similar support of newcastle...in a good season they would be an everton

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1 minute ago, sherlyegg said:

If celtic played in england, they would be a bournmouth, burnley with a similar support of newcastle...in a good season they would be an everton

 

Total and utterbollocks.

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He'll do well in the pub league. Be great to put his saved wages for 6 months towards signing Lyle Taylor or similar.

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1 minute ago, sonofbert2 said:

 

Total and utterbollocks.

Prove it bertlol

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42 minutes ago, WalthamOwl said:

Personally hope he stays. Him and Fletcher going forward could work out very well. Any chance Celtic would want Nuhiu I wonder :-)

Change his name to McNuihu and have him wear a kilt, perhaps they might go for it!

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erge onto M1
 
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Keep left at the fork to stay on M1, follow signs for Leeds (East)
 
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28 minutes ago, sonofbert2 said:

 

Total and utterbollocks.

First thing they would have to do is build new stadiums cos the current ones are nowhere near big enough for the support they would get 

 

With the prem money and their own revenue streams going through the roof they would end up there with Liverpool and Man U in stature 

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1 hour ago, SallyCinnamon said:


Rubbish.

 

Win every week, win the league every season, European football, big crowd, passionate fanbase. 
 

I’d rather play for Celtic than be a Championship bench warmer. 

They win every week because they are playing against cr@p.

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1 hour ago, SiJ said:

Put it this way: 

 

If Celtic and Rangers were armed with a tv deal like that afforded to the Prem teams, then they would be competing in the upper echelons of most competitions. 


Wouldn’t most teams?

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37 minutes ago, sherlyegg said:

If celtic played in england, they would be a bournmouth, burnley with a similar support of newcastle...in a good season they would be an everton

 

If Celtic played in England with that support and the size of the club + the money that comes with being in the Premier League they'd soon be able to attract the very best players and become a proper force again.

 

Only IMO of course.

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8 minutes ago, Lord Snooty said:

 

If Celtic played in England with that support and the size of the club + the money that comes with being in the Premier League they'd soon be able to attract the very best players and become a proper force again.

 

Only IMO of course.

FACT 

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10 minutes ago, Kanye West said:


Wouldn’t most teams?

Er...no 

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1 hour ago, Birley Owl 1867 said:

I'm sorry mate, but it does.

 

If they were a big club, they'd just be able to say no. But players use them as a stepping stone to bigger things. Porto, Benfica etc are similar in regards too.

 

Money is everything in football these days.

 

We're a smaller club than Brighton now, due to money. Sad fact, but a true one.

Doesn't that all depend what you are basing "being a big club" on?

 

Personally I dont think basing it on how much money they have necessarily makes them a big club - there are clubs in the Premiership which I still wouldn't class as a "big club".

 

Leeds I would class as a big club as I would Celtic - neither are in the Premiership.

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1 hour ago, SiJ said:

No decent players want to play in Scotland...

 

Yep, ok then. 

Name one truly good player, in their prime years, to have played in scotland since their last world class player in Henrik Larsson left in 2004.

 

 

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Name in home country: Jordan Luke Rhodes
Date of birth: Feb 5, 1990
Place of birth: Oldham  England
Age: 29
Height: 1,85 m
Citizenship: Scotland  Scotland
England  England
Position: Forward - Centre-Forward
Foot: right
Player agent: YMU Group
Current club: Sheffield Wednesday Sheffield Wednesday
Joined: Jul 1, 2017
Contract expires: 30.06.2020

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I've seen a mixture of sites stating his contract expires this and some saying 2021.

 

I'm sure the swfc press release stated when we signed him it would end in 2021 

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48 minutes ago, Kanye West said:


Wouldn’t most teams?

I must have missed Bournemouth in the Champions League. 

 

20 minutes ago, Birley Owl 1867 said:

Name one truly good player, in their prime years, to have played in scotland since their last world class player in Henrik Larsson left in 2004.

 

 

"Truly good" lol 

I mean, Van Dijk did. 

 

That Nakamura fella was pretty decent. 

 

I could list numerous good players who have plied their trade in Scotland at some point. Yeah, they haven't been awash with world class talent (money again), but still. 

 

And this still doesn't get away from the point that a move to Celtic would be a great one for Jordan Rhodes. 

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They are a big fish in a small pond.

 

With their current team where would they finish in the English league system?

 

That's this season, nothing to do with who they could buy if they had Premiership money.

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