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6 minutes ago, Eaton_Swfc said:

Not seen if already posted .. but has TP got any connections to Lennon? 

 

Wouldn't surprise me if he gave him the nudge to go and sign him to spite DC. 

 

Wouldn't blame him


yes 100%. I bet Neil and Tony had a right chuckle over this. 

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42 minutes ago, JoshTheOwl said:


yes 100%. I bet Neil and Tony had a right chuckle over this. 

I would imagine Neil Lennon doesn’t really give a monkeys about Liam Shaw. He probably won’t be around to see him pull the Celtic shirt on 

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1 hour ago, mildatheart67 said:

Last time I looked Celtic averaged 57,000 at home and Rangers 49,000.

If they were in the Premier they could sell ungodly amounts ( both grounds have expansion plans ) of tickets and be Champion League contenders every year.

 

Yes but they can’t cause they’re Scottish ( or Irish in Celtics case) & play in a crap two horse race league.  

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4 hours ago, @owlstalk said:

 

 

If DC has been trying to tie players down for the last 12 months and they're not interested then that speaks volumes about the club, it's ambition, it's overall management and it's predicament

If they had turned down a deal in say Oct-Dec then the should have been sold in Jan. We'd have been better off getting 500k plus sell on for Shaw and lose him in Jan than £300k no clause in June 

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20 hours ago, SallyCinnamon said:


I wouldn’t entertain it mate. The poster seems to think Celtic play in the Meadowhall League

 

lol

 

 

The Championship's a stronger league than that north of the border.

 

Celtic get big crowds, but big deal?

 

That means little in modern football.

 

Shaltack are a big fish in a very small pool.

 

If, say, a Burnley or a Brighton came in for one of Celtic's players, he'd be off like a shot.

 

And I doubt David Hirst would have gone up there either.

 

I guess a player leaving here to go there just shows how much we've fallen.

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1 hour ago, Athelwulf said:

 

The Championship's a stronger league than that north of the border.

 

Celtic get big crowds, but big deal?

 

That means little in modern football.

 

Shaltack are a big fish in a very small pool.

 

If, say, a Burnley or a Brighton came in for one of Celtic's players, he'd be off like a shot.

 

And I doubt David Hirst would have gone up there either.

 

I guess a player leaving here to go there just shows how much we've fallen.

Someone's been listening to chansiri too much 

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Whats the point in even having a youth set up if we cant recognise a developing players potential and virtually give them away anyhow?

I mean its not like this is the first time this has happened.

 

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3 minutes ago, legendaryswan said:

Whats the point in even having a youth set up if we cant recognise a developing players potential and virtually give them away anyhow?

I mean its not like this is the first time this has happened.

 

 

 

 

This week will go down as the week that some of our fans are trying to convince other fans that it's normal to do what we do

 

lol

 

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