The Only Fun in Town-Hunskelpin’!!!


Interesting weekend ahead on the UK football front. Dahn Saff we have four clubs playing their last domestic games of the season,but with it all to play for in Europe.

It’s Chelsea v Arsenal in the final of The Europa League. A Wednesday night in Baku. 29/5 to be precise. I’m not entirely sure that one or two Eintracht players didn’t check the calendar,google the shithole-think Stevenston but minted-and think fuck this for a game of soldiers.

I suspect the Chelsea players did the same. Their conclusion was probably that Roman might even be allowed entry as he owns most of it,so bonuses may be plentiful.

Liverpool play Spurs in the CL Final,and I genuinely have to congratulate both clubs. Neither should even have got out of their group stage,so playing catch-up obviously comes naturally to them. Quite amazing comebacks,and I’m delighted for them.

I don’t have any skin in the final,so CGAF who wins. Aye,of course it would be just peachy for Andy Robertson,but who really cares? I think the only ex-Celts I’ve ever wished success to are Stan and Henrik,Brian McClair and The Lisbon Lions.**

The rest-they came,they saw,they effed off. Who cares?

Well,maybe one or two. But. They. Are. Not. Legends.

Best laugh about 1st June is who won’t be there. And there’s two clubs in Manchester bringing in about a billion quid a year making as much impact in Europe as Theresa May.

However,this all takes a back seat to The Only Fun in Town. I take a particular pleasure in loving debut albums then being so disappointed by the next couple,only to hear a more mature but bloody different sound about five years down the line. Think,oh think practically every band from the mid-70s on,I’m gonna run a Best Debut/Worst Follow-up List on here in the summer.

But aye,The Only Fun in Town. The huns the morra. The Stars Are Aligned from what I was told by my really good pals who support Rangers. Only last week in fact,back home.

They know. They know we know. I looked at them and asked one simple question. We haven’t mentioned fitba since 2011. You sure you fellas want to have this discussion?

Nope,back to comparing notes since we last spoke,fitba aff the menu.

They’re gonna kick us off the park tomorrow. It’s the start of a hat-trick of condoned thuggery,not just to stop The TrebleRebelTreble,but because there is no sanction that concerns them.

Every Celtic supporter knows the truth of that last sentence. It was used against us when we were powerless,penniless,friendless.

Like our ancestors,and we all came through!

Sanctions are mainly used against the victims-think Brings it on himself,etc

So a wee test for you all over the weekend.

Can you think of a defining moment in a defining game-think 21/5/79 for instance-which actually went our way?

Like a penalty,a ridiculous goal in the New Year 78 game,the ref allowing a restart while our players are still celebrating?

Of course you effin canny. They’ve had more decisions in favour in their seven years of hahastory than we have had in over 130 years

But 130 years later,we still place our trust in a system designed and encouraged to cheat us. So we turn up tomorrow cheered on by our dogged 800,and by many millions more around the world. Should we play our best team? Well,if you’ve ever seen The Damned United,and what Leeds did to Cloughie’s Derby County a few days before a European Cup semi,you would say naw. If you despise the huns as much as Neil Lennon does,then you play your best team and get your mates to back a thrashing at the bookies. Sure,they’ll kick us off the park. They always do. Coke and raw meat before kick off,allegedly. Clancy will be bricking the big decisions so he won’t make them.

We want men tomorrow,Celtic. Men who can be trusted in the trenches. Who won’t wilt under enemy fire. I’m going for a side with not a shrinking violet amongst them. Remember,JF is an Ayrshire Tim,that’s not for shrinking violets either!





Let’s see the huns try to spill any of that team’s pints…

Above article by BMCUWP. We are always happy to publish articles from our readers,and we make them Article of the Day. Fill yer boots,tell us what you think.

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**-wasn’t too pleased when Big Tam beat us in the League Cup Final though!!!


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May 11, 2019 4:37 am

Tremendous day on here yesterday,and I missed it! Maybe I should take the hint…

Welcome particularly to The Lions Roar. Mahe and I didn’t set up the site specifically to criticise Celtic Plc. But you are right that we have been vigilant and quick to criticise.

But that is because of the actions of Celtic Plc. Peterlawwellsclub.


I know I know. But I genuinely implore you et famille to give it one last go. Why spend all that time with a season ticket while you lived in England and give the bloody thing up when you move back?

You know my thoughts on PL et al,but I’d turn up every bloody week just to spite him if I could.

I plan to use your post plus one by THEGOMBEENMAN as the basis for a midweek article,if that’s ok. Both deserve a bigger spotlight,that’s for sure.


May 11, 2019 4:42 am

May 11, 2019 4:48 am


First-class stuff that TBO is on the way back. Dunno how brave The Grim Reaper thinks he is,but taking on the feisty types isn’t one of his fortes. He should know better.

Big bugger if you have diabetes II. I know you’ve always been big on the potential benefits of Essiac,and particularly Sheep Sorrel.

Might I suggest you consider cinnamon?

May 11, 2019 4:55 am

Off to see my favourite nephew,Paddy,in a few hours. He’s taking me to Brewdog in Paddington so I can be down with the kids innat.

A day without Guinness,in other words.

I didn’t drink the likes of Hobgoblin and Doombat in preference to Ruddles County and John Smiths just so similar companies could open pubs without Guinness. Guess I should have read the small print…

May 11, 2019 5:04 am

Oh aye,there’s another post that works very well with the offerings from TWISTSNTURNS and THEGOMBEENMAN. I’ll be working all three together come midweek. A sort of Shitkickers Waltz,or Masochism Tango.

For a wee preview-and again I refer to my reply above to THELIONSROAR-here it is. It was lost in loneliness in the previous article!

Margaret McGill
Noel Skytrot

Who will win on Sunday?
Well that’s why none of us stick our neck out
Celtic will win of course
Based on football
Then there’s the degree of anticipated mibbery.
Low mibbery Celtic win
Significant mibbery draw
Blatant cheating bastards Celtic lose.

Have I missed something ?

May 10, 2019 3:23 pm

May 11, 2019 5:22 am


I never really got manicured and manufactured music such as Sheila E. Though try to part me from my Donna Summer collection…

The track you posted is gonna bug me till I remember which one it reminds me of.

It’s certainly not this one-though I can see why a chap worth £800m might fall for her!

And it’s not this one either. Despite some guitar work which has long enthralled me.

I must be out of my brilliant mind-and if I don’t get the answer to click in my brain,I bloody will be!

May 11, 2019 5:43 am

Oh,and this.

If you can find the original album without breaking into my house,I’d recommend it.

big packy
May 11, 2019 8:16 am

HI BOBBY no, no and thrice no, that’s our strongest team, lets be honest them bassas will kick us off the park, as ive said I want to scud them 10-0 like everyone else, but it wont happen, lets rest a couple of our best players for the cup final, I know im going against the grain on here, but they will stop at nothing to wreck our treble treble hopes,hh,

big packy
May 11, 2019 8:29 am

TWISTS AND TURNS,sorry to hear that, no point in me trying to change your mind, I started going about 2 years before you, my uncle packy lifting me over the turnstile, hey I might have even have stood next to you without even knowing it, but I admire your stance.hh.

big packy
May 11, 2019 8:37 am

SIPS just read your post from last night, went to bed after id posted my drivel, needed my beauty sleep? I hope I did not offend you pal, if I did sincere apologies, yes us supporters living down here don’t see whats really going on, I take your point, more power to your elbow.hh.

big packy
May 11, 2019 8:39 am

anyway bhoys Saturday is my busiest day, lots to do and not enough time to do it in so I will catch u all later.hh.

The Gombeen Man
May 11, 2019 8:56 am


A good read this morning Bobby, thanks for posting. A fine post too by Twist N Turns on the last thread. Yesterday was probably the best day I can remember on the blog.

Mahe & Bobby you should be proud of your efforts. The most pleasing thing for me, is that the Blog took off yesterday on it’s own without fighting.

Bobby, work away with whatever you’d like to use in the article, I’m delighted to help.

Great news too for TET & really encouraging to. see new guys on here.

The chaotic handling of Timo Weah’s departure is something that has been worrying me since my bhoy sent me Weah’s social media ‘cheerio’ yesterday.

Even my son felt it was poor management.

If yesterday’s events are a harbinger of NFL’s style then my doubts over Neil’s ability are now in the red zone.

We know that Weah is close to French Eddy. Why risk any internal discord by telling the player to clear his locker (according to Weah)?

Nope, this looks like a bull in a china shop management.

This is the stuff of someone of the calibre of Gerrard. Surely we knew that Weah was likely to commit to the US side before we signed him?

Sometimes in life you have to bite your tongue no matter the provocation and look at the big picture.

Unless there’s something we’re not being told this could have waited. It’s also the wrong thing to do.

Lenny could have given himself a bit of time to reflect and look at the bigger picture. These are the smaller details that make the difference.

What’s wrong with, ” I’m sorry to hear that you won’t be here until the end of the season. You can still have a big impact in the time you’ve left. Enjoy your time with the US, you’ve earned it.”

… instead of,

” Clear your locker.”


May 11, 2019 9:09 am



Neil may have his heart in the right place,he may well be the intelligent and sociable person we are assured of-but if TimoTime is his idea of man management,we are in trouble.

Henrik he wasn’t,but Timo performed excellently in The Hooooops.

Under BR. Hmmmm…

I hope Timothy Weah cherishes his first League Winner Medal as much as I cherished seeing him play for us.

The Gombeen Man
May 11, 2019 9:17 am


I don’t like to be critical of Neil before a big game. I remember years ago the spat between Henrik and Tosh shortly before we played the not so sadly departed Rangers. Things happen in football.

It was an Ah Naw moment when I read Weah’s message and it was unnecessary. Apart from not being the right thing to do Eddy is a young lad and could have done without the distribution.


The Gombeen Man
May 11, 2019 9:32 am


…Eddy could. have done without the distraction.


May 11, 2019 9:38 am

Read it and weep.

Not only have Cardiff-and possibly Nantes-behaved abominably,the whole affair was facilitated by dreadful control systems in the administration of the game.

This is the kind of investigative journalism we should see more often. Sadly,I doubt that it involving only a small club is a coincidence.

A thing of beauty
May 11, 2019 9:40 am

TTTT 233am
Please I implore you, think again. I don’t have time for an impassioned plea and to point alll the positives about going to see Celtic with your family as I am heading out to strictly come dancing in Edinburgh but I just wanted to take the time to say – why let the board and Peter Lawwell in particular stop you from doing what you have always done. Why let him break the golden thread that binds you altogether, the place where you go to forget all of life’s other travails and immerse yourself in your culture, which those before fought so hard to pass on to you. Like you I am unhappy with our strategy at this time and appointing Lenny will confirm this but I’ll outlast the charlatans and pass on the gift as best I can. It’s what my dad did for me and his dad for him. The thread won’t be broken by greedy bandits in suits.
Can I just say before I go, I don’t even like dancing, what a day this is going to be!!

The Gombeen Man
May 11, 2019 9:49 am

Twists n turns @ 2.33

Speaking from the heart, the more I read of Lenny’s comments, re a 70% fit KT being acceptable, an offer of another year contract for Izzy, it’s better for Weah to go etc, the more I’m getting annoyed.

That’s putting it mildly to be frank.

Enough though that I’ve not renewed my book. With 10k on the waiting list ( which is what my 9 reminders to renew reminded of) my non subscription, and that’s exactly what it is now, a subscription, wont make the slightest difference to the PLC.

I swayed. I dithered. Massive part of my life have been Celtic. It’s going to be strange now. Watching on tv. It’s just not the same. I won’t find a replacement that comes remotely close to matching the passion of watching the hoops live, but I’m all out of excuses to continue justifying supporting Lawell’s watch.

What’s even more of a conundrum is why choose now to defect? The emotion of the last 2 weeks. Big Billy and Stevie leave us, the treble treble is 90 minutes away. Those events alone should cement the bond. Right?

It hasn’t. A growing disconnect has finally reached an extent that I just feel it’s right to call it a day.

I first went to Celtic Park in 1966/67. An 8 year old grasping his fathers hand as he was dragged through a sea of legs as we made our way along London road. On evening matches, the floodlights were visible. An early satnav if you wish.
It wasn’t a choice which team you went to see. It was heritage. In your DNA.

That was 53 years ago. Throughout my working career I’ve been fortunate, or unfortunate depending on your opinion on travel, to follow Celtic from far flung shores. Philippines, Malaysia, USA, Japan, pretty much all of Europe. Find a pub showing the match, or a link, text commentary. Any means. Just find the hoops match.

As I deliberated over renewal I assumed my waining enthusiasm was an age thing. Or maybe distractions in my personal life? If I tell you that 3 other season book holders in the family, all of whom have known nothing other than success, were not renewing, it would indicate I’m not alone in my ambivalence.

Hardly headline making stuff.

“Long term season holder, a bit fed up , fails to renew”

It’s more than that. The problem I have is I can’t explain.

Anyway good luck to the bhoys.

I’ll be supporting you from near and far.

It’s over and out amigos .

The Exiled Tim
May 11, 2019 10:21 am

Thanks for the heads up re Cinnamon M, much appreciated.
Re Timo, I don’t think we are getting the full story, I can’t put my finger on it but something just doesn’t add up for me.
There has been a problem with the loans since Lenny came in, for why no idea, but there sure is a problem.
As for playing the weans, don’t even go there, they seem to have gone further down the pecking order.
Things to do, laters.

May 11, 2019 11:03 am

Congerton off to join up with Rodgers at Leicester. Good riddens.

The Exiled Tim
May 11, 2019 11:20 am

Why the good riddance ?
The problems with recruiting lie higher up the food chain than with our scouts, the best one we had left for his own reasons, the one who discovered VvD and Vic, they just happened to be in the price range our CEO deemed acceptable, maybes the good riddance should be reserved for the one who decides who comes in and who goes out…No

Margaret McGill
May 11, 2019 12:04 pm

Our Lurgan loan loather’s modus operandi seems to be at odds with Peter penny pinchers principles. Something doesn’t add up. Maybe it’s just subtraction

The Gombeen Man
May 11, 2019 12:05 pm


I agree with that. The only thing we can do is watch what happens with recruitment at Leicester and Celtic over the next few months.

It seems reasonable to suggest that Rodgers would have liked to have taken us to the next level. Lawwell’s brief is to keep us at their level.

If the PLC’s strategy is anything else gross incompetence is the only appropriate verdict.


May 11, 2019 12:09 pm

TET Agree that there are purse string issues higher up when it comes to recruitment however given the bulk of our team are players that Neil or Ronnie brought it in I failed to see what Congerton brought to the club given his big reputation. Hh

The Gombeen Man
May 11, 2019 12:11 pm

The Loanees?

Who knows?

Maybe just a matter of them having been brought in reluctantly are out of the budget for next year and downsizing started in earnest as soon as Pedro had a free rein?


The Exiled Tim
May 11, 2019 12:14 pm

Congerton was the one responsible for bringing Coutinho to Lpool, they paid 8.5 mill euros for him, Barca bought him for 145 mill euros, kinda paid all his wages for a lifetime me thinks.
People shouldn’t believe all the negative pish that the media says about Celtic and it’s workings, I’m not saying he was or is the best scout around, but he sure ain’t the worst, it all depends on what parameters they have to work within, as I said the best one we have had left for his own reasons but others taking the credit for what he did may well have helped him decide that Celtic wasn’t the place for him.

The Gombeen Man
May 11, 2019 12:18 pm

No matter who the scout is. Who the coach is, they work to a set budget.
Pedro goes off and makes the deal…or doesn’t.

He has final say.

Lenny has intimidated a couple of times recently that the club are working away in the background.

Seems to me that despite the window dressing it’s the same formula that we’ve operated for years under the PLC.

HH & Till Later.

The Exiled Tim
May 11, 2019 12:22 pm

Maybes Congerton’s problem was he didn’t have much of a clue working in the bargain basement.
It’s always the manager at the time who gets the kudos or the slagging about players that come in, our CEO has explained how it works at the club, the scouts scout them, the manager will look at them and decide if he want’s them and the man with the cheque book signs them, if he doesn’t dither about and try to slash the asking price, this is on record from Pedro just a few months back, I posted the audio on here, any manager will take any player rather than no player, our problem is that when we are grubbing about in the basement bin there are very very few rough diamonds, sadly the one diamond we did have in the scouting dept left.

The Gombeen Man
May 11, 2019 12:23 pm

Another thought… Didn’t Congerton scout Eddy?

I think Rodgers said that in an interview?

Brought in on loan and later purchased at reportedly our biggest signing?

No doubt will be sold at a considerable profit.

The Gombeen Man
May 11, 2019 12:34 pm


The recruitment business at the club is at odds with the football department. It doesn’t seem to be balanced. We end up with a bloated squad (number of wingers) and the coach left with a headache.

I’d love to know what exactly happened in the last few windows. God only knows why they went for Marvin?

People forget the earlier disasterous windows. Amido, Derk etc

Thankfully Pukki seems to have progressed. Paradoxically I didn’t think he was too bad but he was shown the door.

The Exiled Tim
May 11, 2019 12:48 pm

I also posted a video with Brendan on Goals on Sunday, he had left Lpool and this was before he come to us, he was talking about recruitment and he stated that he would take a player even if he didn’t want him as any player was better than no player, kinda like when Lenny and Ronny were at the club.
A while back when Lenny had left the club he was in Dublin for a spot on the TV during a CL game, he told the presenter afterwards that him and DD had a conversation and Lenny told him that ” you sold all my best players and brought in shite” unquote, that was referring to the system re recruiting at the club.
I understand it 100% and imo it’s the right system and it’s the way to go, we just don’t seem to be very good at it 😉

May 11, 2019 1:15 pm

If anyone is looking for inspiration or parallels as to what to expect tomorrow it may be worthwhile going back 18 years to Sunday April 29, 2001 when MON took the Champions to Ipox. (Highlights on YouTube) We overcame Mibbery of the highest order with Stuart Dougal, thuggery all round by the Huns and an attempt to break Alan Thompson leg by Bazzahun followed by Ricksen later in the game trying to take his head off with his elbow, no red cards produced, hunbelieveable when you see it again. That day Stuart Dougal also invented the eyes at back of heid trick when booking a blond haired Lenny. Lenny did get some revenge during the match for the constant abuse he received by ending big Amoruso’s game. But the day belonged to the genius that is Lubo Moravcik. Watch his 2 goals, absolutely brilliant, and Henrik getting his 50th of the season to make it 3-0. Watch the beaming faces of MON, Lenny and Henrik at the end. They knew what it meant to stuff the Huns at their midden. Some of the same tomorrow Bhoys will do nicely.

May 11, 2019 1:34 pm


Carrying over from CQN on Res12 and the 5 Way Agreement, what folk knew back in 2012 might explain the long grass treatment.

It will be followed up.

May 11, 2019 2:35 pm


Thanks for the reply, no offence was taken it’s all about opinions. HH

May 11, 2019 2:39 pm

Oh my head. 🙁 I blame Big Packy.

May 11, 2019 2:45 pm

Hello to all in this place, great reading!!
Looking for some help, trying to contact TravellerBhoy.
I would be grateful if anyone who is in contact with him and has my
contact details could pass them on, many thanks.


Mike in Toronto
May 11, 2019 2:46 pm


I have said for years that the 5 WA is the key to everything.

May 11, 2019 2:58 pm

The Gombeen Man.

I see you arrived at the same conclusions as I that it’s all an illusion. In fact it’s hard to separate what is reality from illusion in what passes in real life.

As long as we keep giving meanings to everything the illusion continues.

The only meaning that can inarguably given to the game tomorrow is 3 points will go to the winner. Points will be shared if it’s a draw and the loser will get nil point ( in a Katie Boyle voice) Who? Google if under 50.

Where you are wrong is to say Res12 is binned.

Far from it. It will morph unless we get answers from SFA to questions raised.

The Gombeen Man
May 11, 2019 3:32 pm


‘The Divine manifesting into form…’

The only form I’m interested in is the form displayed on the field of thuggery by our team tomorrow.

Hopefully the ‘silver bullet’ we’ve heard about doesn’t cause more damage closer to home than anticipated.

Maybe (?) the PLC will turn out to be the good guys in the end but it looks like they are leaving us waiting for a Extra Time winner.

In the interim it isn’t going away.Especially given the Miracle of Ibrox & the 54 Titles in half a dozen years and the establishments’ desire to make it 55.

The test will be what happens if the PLC’s strategy fails to deliver the promised domination. Twist N Turns post on page 1 highlights that there is a growing unease out there.

Possibly the defining voices will be the Happy Clappers (as they are sometimes called)? If that silent number start to ask questions then there is progress.

Welcome to 1TimMalloy.

I hope you catch up with Travellerbhoy. Hopefully BMCUWPS can help?


Great shout re-that game.
I’m away to have a look at the highlights on YouTube.


The Lions Roar
May 11, 2019 3:40 pm

Cheers, Bobby, acknowledgment appreciated.

Also, I mistakenly attributed the idea of ‘How To Arrange Best Possible Outcomes’ yesterday to The Exiled Tim when I now remember it was Mike In Toronto who wrote it last week so sorry bout that, Mike, an excellent point very much in line with my own thinking on how our game is actually run, and for whom.

I also fully agree on the 5 Way Agreement being the key to everything but we can’t underestimate King’s incredibly high ranking position within Scottish, er, ‘civic society’, shall we call it.

How else would we he get away with everything he’s got away with so far, after all?

It’s hilarious that the SFA ban Craig Whyte for not having enough dough to pay the leccy bill while King swans in with ‘20 mil’, oversees the Oldco’s death by refusing to sign the Creditors Agreement, disappear to clear up his own little ‘tax problem’ in South Africa only to reappear at Ibrox looking like the dishevelled windswept chancer he is with a former captain from old Rangers’ glory(hole) days in tow with the fully stated intent to implement revolt against Ashley’s board and no one in the media or anywhere else even questions it nor brings it under any kind of scrutiny whatsoever.

Almost as though it was already agreed by all beforehand that the only way to run ‘A Rangers*’, ANY RANGERS, is, like Der Walther said, via unmanageable debt, that is, a form of coercive criminality, with the full backing of the media, the judiciary, the coppers, the SFA refs and, of course, their ever gullible unquestioning idiot fans, who will pay and say and do ANYTHING to keep wading in dat ol’ Fenian blood every fortnight, and every ludge night in between.

Don’t be surprised to learn it was King who planted the seed in Murray’s head just to Rip It Up & Start Again, ye know, as part of a grander overall plan discussed an implemented by the wider sections of ‘civic society’ to dismember and make mockery of the Scottish game which reached up to & included Rupert ‘The Bear’ Murdoch himself.

For King’s multiple shenanigans in South Africa were talked about in certain sections of Scottish ‘civic society’ as far back as the mid 80s, and I know because I was in some of the rooms with my own ‘pals’ from Scotland’s ‘civic society’ who were connected to him and was party to some of their conversation.

Not too much, as they knew I was a Tim, but that guy’s name, and the reverence with which it was spoken, always stuck in my head ‘Dave King, Dave King’, like he was some kind of a god.

From what I recall he was like a plantation owner prior to the fall of apartheid and those who spoke of him spoke with a sick ‘pride’ of having the black workers, who they pejoratively insulted, quite literally ‘under the whip’.

Yet here he is today, bossing every single club in Scotland around, including our own, from his empty wine cellar bolt hole in South Africa, Peter & Dermot too scared or too cowed or not being high enough up in Scottish ‘civic society’ themselves to ever even try to attempt to stop him or call him out for the villainous little dirtbag that he is.

And all the while the rape of our game continues, our young players get kicked off the park ad Infinitum, pelted with coins, golf balls, Buckie bottles and confronted at Ibrox by on-field paedophiles, while Peter sits on his heated driveway toasting his fat arse like he’s on the beach in Ibiza and Dermot swings his golf clubs chortling into his moustache while asking Tiger Woods which side does he think is really the more gullible …

big packy
May 11, 2019 4:04 pm

ok im back chores done, jimthetim ill get you back for that, SIPS. cheers pal, my god to think of the posters we have on here now the lions roar auldheid was gonna say mike in Toronto but maybe not only joking mike, I am in awe of you ghuys and the way you have tried to figure out the 5 way agreement it just goes over my head ,more power to your elbows bhoys.

big packy
May 11, 2019 4:17 pm

cant believe what I saw this morning, gods honest truth, a maroon coloured 4×4 bmw, reg no s321 hun now I believe the current manager of the famous Glasgow sevco resides in my area shurely not.?

The Lions Roar
May 11, 2019 4:46 pm

Cheers, Big Packy, good to know it’s appreciated.

But here, if that really is Slippy’s motor you saw, won’t Dave King force him to spray paint it royal blue before any Huns see it?

Worked for the Guard of Honour!


May 11, 2019 5:05 pm

TET-great news regarding your wife,a wee bit of good news for a change

The Lions Roar
May 11, 2019 5:13 pm

Anyone expect Billy Bowie to ‘lodge’ a formal complaint against Sevco being given 17 penalties providing 16 goals during the season, thus denying Kilmarnock the concomitant riches that ought to have come with their deserved second place ..?

No wonder Stevie Clark cannae wait to get away from it.

big packy
May 11, 2019 5:25 pm

THE LIONS ROAR, was thinking that myself?.hh.

The Exiled Tim
May 11, 2019 5:59 pm

She is far from out of the woods but it’s a + so it’s good news.
The Lions Roar
Why would the rest of the game say anything about the huns, your post about the goat shaggers kinda tells you that…no, they are happy enough with the way things are, they know that their time will come again, as long as we are run by a bunch of parasitic cowards the hun are in with a chance, we had the chance to kill them off for good and in the same breath rid the game in scotland of all the blazers who only care for themselves and their own kind, the PLC did nothing, in fact they facilitated their resurgence, they were willing participants in the 5WA, the OF is back on track, the PLC make money and everything is A Ok again.

May 11, 2019 6:16 pm

Is there a way to get alerts for a new article, e.g. an email?

big packy
May 11, 2019 6:37 pm

FRIESDORFER ,mahe or bobby will know hh.

The Gombeen Man
May 11, 2019 6:41 pm

The analogy with Rupert Murdoch is a good one.

The PLC are nothing more than a private company that has the privilege of running the club. They have shown by their actions that they are not to be trusted.

“We have a policy of investing everything that comes into the club back into the team. It has worked for us.”

Peter Lawwell, September 2015…

Celtic had just posted a £3.6m loss. That was put down to not selling Virgil.

No mention of Lawwell’s man failing to get us to the CL. Or the missing ” Rangers” £10m.

That policy has obviously changed as the jackpot we received during Brendan’s time isn’t in the team or the stadium or the hotel.


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