Give them a shove

‘Only Celtic’
Until this week I associated that phrase with the farcical Mark Viduka transfer.
Not anymore, not just the last few days but this entire season can be filed under the above.
As we enter the second half of what should be a dream season, Tims would be delighted to be pinched and told its all been a dream so far, wake up the real season starts now.
But its not a dream, is it?

 

Its turned into a nightmare.
And now the week after blowing the ten we see low and high profile backlash against all facets of the club.
Board, footballing department, Public Relations, all getting it large, with the merits of the Dubai trip pitting fan against fan.
Peter called it Murphys Law earlier, no no.
This is a special level of ineptitude.
To get so many things so very wrong in a season nine years in the planning, is quite something.

 

And now we know Gov will use this trip as a political football to be passed around, people in the shadows working out how best to turn a ‘crisis’ into an opportunity will no doubt come up with a plan that makes them come out looking strong, you bet your bottom dollar.

 

After ignoring ‘their’ birthday party breaches, we got a yellow card. Now we have a great card to play here in that prior permission from the correct authorities was sought and given, so we are squeaky clean in that respect, although many would say the timing is poor. I believe that many would say that even if there were no virus, blowing ten should see an extra low profile in many eyes.

 

So we find ourselves a Gov target. Now an official enquiry has been announced a scapegoat or angle is needed.
SFA and GOV on one side, poor old Celtic on the other side.
You don’t need me to tell you who gets shafted here.

 

But like I say we have a ‘Get out of jail’ card with official permission so they are quite limited in their ways to hit us.
And that’s why I believe their answer will look mild, but in reality has the potential to cut very deep.

 

I’m expecting a squad quarantine to be announced. On paper we would have been treated exactly like Joe Plumber just off the flight from Alaska, which goes down well with the general public, those who harbour a dislike for our club, and certainly our title rivals.

 

In private through being muzzled this option was always on the table, and it may be the best card available to play for a politician seeking to cement her position.
Being seen as helping the other lot to victory can’t harm her chances of getting the majority vote again, there is popularity to gain by apparently ‘standing up to us’.
And in reality a short term sit out would only serve to pile the hurt on, something I’m betting she knows quite well or has been advised.

 

Should we be given a quarantine break there is every chance we resume play in the league a staggering thirty points maybe closer to forty behind.

 

We would tear each other apart or so they hope, the pressure would become unbearable, the support would clash with the barriers again, Dr David Banner would turn green. The anger and frustration would need to come out, and at some stage metal barriers just won’t keep the crowd out.
And viola, there’s the images flashed all over the world, our clubs name besmirched.

 

I believe this is the probable end game and we must not let this happen.
Blow the league thus legitimising ‘Rangers’ rebirth (and even worse gifting Fredo a title winners medal), and then give Plod overtime galore, hopefully while fueding amongst ourselves.
I smell a trap.

 

I’ve no doubt our rivals would dance with joy at another fortnight’s headstart, not fearing our spell out to tweak a new tactic or two as this isn’t a Brendan team by a far stretch, and fancying their chances at maximum return to really put us to the sword.

 

In an OMG season one of the most galling facts is Martins record 21 point turnaround is in danger of being totally smashed, and not even by a good team, with a third year rookie at the helm. That turnaround absolutely made my life some almost twenty years ago now, aren’t we getting old.

 

From a turnaround to be proud of, to one of shame.
If ever you needed a hint that change was due, that sad and sorry fact should point the way. I fear for the club if they don’t do the decent thing and initiate true and major change starting at the very top. The support are basically magnanimous in that sentiment, and its rare you unite our support, well done PLC.

 

We must let the season from hell play out, but with our heads held high. The fans fully stepped up, proudly and to the maximum when they felt they should help.
Those who asked you to step up, fell and collapsed when it was their time to stand up and be counted.
We will never forget this, we must not.

 

After two decades this regime has run out of steam, its cliches aren’t getting any takers, the soundbites instantly seen through. What we are witnessing is embarrassing, it shouldn’t need to be stated that heads should roll.
A token head retiring is of no good to us though, for who believes that Dermot and Lindsell Train would drastically alter course given we are dismissed by them.
How arrogant not to make a token Zoom statement!

 

If Glasgow Celtic doesn’t take significant steps to enter the modern world it shall whither and slowly die mired in the past. With a Woke youth harder to capture than ever, squeezing the existing fanbase as much as possible and bombarding them with ‘Cause, Culture, Calling’ slogans just won’t cut it.

 

All those with our precious clubs wellbeing at heart should be prepared to do whatever is in its best interests even if others wont. If those that are embarrassing, holding back our club, and causing huge disconnect won’t budge, then a dislodging is in order.
Is it not our duty?

 

And ironically, we need a total 360 from what we started out as all those years ago.
Instead of helping Glasgow Celtic by giving it your pocket money, your best way of helping the club now is to not give them your sheckles.

 

We cannot blindly fund the same and expect different results,,we are talking twenty years of hand on the tiller yet look where we are, worse than when they started for at least they had a modern stadium with an energized fanbase seeking a dream to buy into.
Now we seek a way out, that’s how we view this relationship.

 

The fans should not and cannot be held as emotional hostage’s in this relationship, just as in life. In signalling intentions to double down and stay the course they push fans to make a decision they never wished to make, heartbreakingly so.
And many would make that decision, IF it genuinely was to help the club.

 

My friend in Celtic, the time to make that decision is here, upon us.
I honestly believe its best for our club if you don’t support this regime.
These are not words I take lightly, but I will stand by them at this time.

 

Next season was always going to see reduced take up no matter what due to the virus and the big challenge ending, so walk up or pre purchase tickets will be available. Therefore you need not give up totally, and by not handing over your season ticket money as usual you are not only sending a huge message to the board that you wish big changes pronto but you would be clearly doing the best thing for your club, the right thing for our club.

 

We are entitled by the way, more than entitled to act if what we see isn’t up to standard, and don’t ever let anyone tell you otherwise.
Every pound you keep in your pocket is a much deserved little push out the door for our board, and all our pushes cannot be ignored.

 

The season from hell should see a burial, that of the regime it occurred under and that is not harsh but simply the price of failure which all entering the game know.

 

We either jeer them out, or we starve them out, but out they must go.

 

The above by Mahe.

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Thetic

I canceled CTV yesterday I was shaking ,but when I woke up this morning I felt calm. Then I received an email from Rachel at CTV alerting me that my membership had been cancelled. I emailed her back and thanked her and all the staff for all the technical help over the years. I let her know it was circumstances out with their control why I was canceling
Then I felt sorry because it’s not going to be the managers at the business that will suffer its the Rachel’s and othere employees down the food chain that will lose their jobs
I hope the Owner and CEO wake up before people lose their jobs

Friesdorfer

A fine Call to Arms Mahe 👏👌

Retired Internet Bampot

Replied earlier to a Video Celts tweet in similar sentiments , Mahe.
Time won’t change this situation , only we can change this situation.
The withholding of funds is the most powerful of measures available. Assuming the virus becomes contained and attendance at CP can resume , then non-attendance must be encouraged to highlight that change is required.
One of my biggest problems 30+ years back when we were sick of the way the Kelly-White dynasty were running the club , was the fact the fans protested INSIDE CP. Getting in touch with the various clubs and conveners was much harder in those days and so Solidarity was much harder. Roll on 4-5 years and the club is on it’s last breaths. Not suggesting that will happen again BUT unless the support stand united , there will never be change.
This season has created the “perfect storm” , but in all honesty we knew the 2 at the top of our club were not on the same page , we knew that the absent major shareholder, when he felt he needed in get involved , could make some calls and garner enough votes to get things past. We know that voting results were changed to unanimous to stop the aforementioned major SH putting a stick in PL’s spokes and all it did was to exacerbate the void created by the competing egos of DD and PL ; and all that we are witnessing , is pointing completely at that particular relationship break down / being allowed to break down.
We need to save our club (apologies for over dramatic sounding statement ) . We’ve allowed the hard work of McCann to start to be reversed and return to the days of the Kelly-White era , where personal gain and biscuit tin mentality ruled.

Kevin McKenna

100% been taking from mugs over and over by the board, the showers was just an other example of lazy mediocre management of a Multi million pound business.

Not a club anymore gents.

K

Welcome Kevin!

Monti

Well said Mahe

Celtic1member1vote

Great article Mahe.

You’ve got to laugh at John Swinney. Regardless of our feelings, as fans and supporters, about Celtic going to Dubai, he is simply being opportunistic. The bitterness at SNP HQ must run deep.
They think Celtic broke the spirit of allowing elite sports to travel abroad. Really? Where in Celtic’s communication with the relevant authorities did it say we were travelling to a competition? Were they not informed it was for our winter training camp?
If the Scottish Government had misgivings about this application why was it allowed? Why did their misgivings take so long to hit the press? A coincidence that they make their feelings known during the introduction of a new lock down. A coincidence? I think not!

From a political perspective it’s puzzling. The SNP are more likely to find support amongst the Celtic fan base than the unionists at Ibrox. As I said, the bitterness must run deep.

fan-a-tic

Excellent Mahe.👏👏👏
Anyone else feel like me in thinking that the decision to retain our poor coach has probably given the huns a fair chance of 2 in a row?
Even if we somehow manage to find a quality coach he will have a massive rebuild while they have stability and the establishment to facilitate their new found position as top dogs.
The arrogant clowns on our board would not surprise me if they came up with some Lenny’s revenge/redemption slogan and kept him in the job.
Then when it all goes tits up blaming the lack of support from fans withholding cash so they had to go with known cheap option.

fan-a-tic

Thetic
I have lived almost 40 years out of Scotland.
When i moved to London i often drove up to see the Hoops and when i couldn’t make it the telephone calls to my brother and sisters kept me informed.
McCann arrived and i bought shares and a season ticket.
My season book was left at my moms as someone would always use.
When i moved to NY my phone bills were astronomical due to my continuous need for Celtic info.
I found the NYCSC and was elated to go to the pub and watch my team with fellow supporters.
Once Celtic tv arrived i subscribed to watch in the comfort of my own home.
The service was truly awful and often crashed despite being expensive in comparison to US sport teams own tv channels.
I was still happy to part with my cash to support my team despite little improvement over the years.
The appointment in the showers was a finite moment for me and i cancelled my subscription.
I was troubled by our boards stance on Res12 and the 5 way agreement and their handing over our fans details to police with no legal requirement.The realization that they were in collusion with the football authorities and sevco was truly sickening but the contempt for the support and lack of ambition in the amateurish and parsimonious appointment was a step to far.
In all honesty i miss it less and less as time goes by.
I still watch on streams but not consistently.
Did not watch our capitulation at Celtic park against the huns as Lennon’s selection had me expecting it.
Now i have found many things to fill the void and really feel more relaxed with not paying into a rigged corporate game.
HH

Garry

Mahe
Excellent article. You sum up the thoughts and feelings of many Celtic supporters. Where do we go from here?
The Celtic support need to find Unity, and work together for the common cause. We need to find a way.

Oglach

Boycott Boycott Boycott

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*The Ribbonmen – a 19th-century popular movement of poor Catholics in Ireland active against landlords and their agents.

Oglach

Some disappointing news bhoys & ghirls. Seems big Shane isn’t cutting short his loan deal😒. He returned home early from the Dubai team jolly due to family reasons – which we all hope aren’t serious.

Garry

Oglach
Yes, boycotting is the only weapon we have to get action.

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OGLACH,GARRY,THETIC,FAN-A-TIC

A truly dreadful state of affairs that we should even consider a boycott,much less that we should see one as the only way out. Any business which refuses to listen to its customers is doomed. For a football club to do so is rank stupidity. It’s hardly like they can justify it by planning to target a different clientele.

fan-a-tic

I feel sorry for Duffy.
In different circumstances he may have been a success.
An honest trier introduced to a team lacking shape and defensive protection.
The harder he tried the more he compounded his errors.

Garry

Fan a Tic
I have seen Shane Duffy a few times for Brighton, and for the majority of Ireland matches in the last couple of years. I was impressed by him, and thought he would be an ideal centre half for Celtic. Can’t work out why it has gone so badly wrong for the big Derry man?

bada bing1

Fan a tic- agree,he’s here at the wrong time, in the wrong formation, with the wrong coaches.

bada bing1

As Sturgeon has a free hit as well…..

Oglach

“We gave SFA advice over elite training camps but not up to us to sign off travel plans. Question is the purpose of them being there. I’ve seen photographs. There may be questions around bubbles. There are things to be looked at.”

Wee Jimmy Krankie (aka 1st minister of Scotland)

Aye we have all seen the poolside pics, not too much social distancing and maintaining ‘bubbles’ there methinks.

Garry

Oglach
Aye, we all seen the photos at a gathering, wee Nicola not wearing a face mask too.

Mahe

Morning troops and thanks for the compliments. Just calling it how I see it.

Mahe

Welcome aboard Kevin.

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KEVINMCKENNA

Welcome aboard. You might want to use a moniker instead of your name in future. Put it in the box which annoyingly has “Name” beside it!

HH

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OGLACH

I’ve seen photographs. There may be questions around bubbles. There are things to be looked at.
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Trouble ahead,I think. But if the players are observing the local Covid rules,I doubt that Sturgeon can do a thing about it.

Sol Kitts

The photo I’ve seen shows SB and NFL beside the pool, but none of the players. Are there other pictures with other team members? If not, Celtic should tell Nippy that they were all tucked up in bed on their own, and only SB and NFL were at the pool. It worked for Rangers with Arfield’s birthday party, after all.
Maybe get a commendation from Scotgov for dealing with it so well.😎

Rebus67

I agree that the Dubai trip is acting as a lightning rod for discontent over other matters. However, no matter the quality of performances and results this season, the optics of this venture were always going to look bad given the negative effects that the pandemic has caused to people’s lives. Could those at the club responsible for approving this not see the broader picture here? Well, I should not be surprised if they could not!

It is just another example of the disconnect that has widened between the Board and the fanbase. Yes, the Scottish Government can and are using it as an opportunity for a free hit. I do not blame them.

The sight of rich men lolling on loungers in a rich playground was never going to be defensible in the current crisis. Those who sanctioned this deserve all that is coming down the pipeline. As for the argument that it was approved…….forget it! Just because you are permitted to do something, does not mean that you should do it! Do the right thing, not the approved thing!

I am so angry at this that I really wish I had not already chucked supporting the club…….so that I could withdraw my support all over again.

There is going to be more fallout from this in the near future and it is deserved.

Rebus

MAGUA

Well done on the lead article Mahe. A lot of time and indeed love, must have been put into this.

Here’s my take on things. A simple boycott of all things Celtic Plc will not work…on its own, I mean.

Other steps need to be taken; other avenues need to be explored, on top of a boycott.

If we think back to 94, the turning point was when supporters started withdrawing accounts from the BOS, and pickets were placed outside banks.

Who are Celtic PLC’s present bankers? Boycott them. What are the main business interests of the board members? Boycott those companies.

Unfortunately, we are in a different position from. 94. We now have a board full of millionaires…so it would be difficult to starve them out. We can however cause them so much bother, that they walk…and more importantly, any perspective new owners will look at this and think to themselves “Feck this. We don’t need the trouble”. Leave the PLC feckers nowhere to go…but far, far away. There would then be a void to be filled… leading to a supporters take over. Under those circumstances, there should be no shares. Ever again. One member one vote. No more fat cats. What’s not to like?.

The main lesson to learn from 94 is this: There is no point in getting rid of one shower of corrupt, thieving bastards, simply to replace the with an even worse mob.

In the true spirit of the original boycott, no-one-individual supporters, supporter groups, Celtic trust etc-should engage in any way with Celtic Plc board members. The time for negotiating with these swines has long since passed. Treat them like the lepers they have become.

For those in a position to do so, boycott TV licence and council tax…and make clear your reason for doing so. Now this is easy for me to do, as I remain on long-term sick. I recognise that many supporters cannot offord to take these steps, but if you can, do so.

As for the SNP…many Tims view them as SDLP-lite. I view them as a full strength Scottish version of the DUP…going right back to their 1920s anti-Irish, anti-Catholic roots. A bunch of middle-class Orange bastards that will take any, and every opportunity to do our club down. While looking the other way at the Huns cheating, thieving ways. And indeed helping them out at ever turn. Salmond in 2012 playing the ‘Orange card’, trying to save the Huns, and gathering a few votes in the process. Sturgeon ignoring blatant covid breaches by the tribute act…all the while hammering other clubs with a yellow card. Two faced, supercilious, lying hypocrite. She would go down a storm as our next CEO. How much taxpayers’ money has been given to prop up the Tribute Act? Is this a loan, in the EBT sense? Nudge nudge, wink wink. Is it possible to find the answer through FOI legislation?

As for the other political parties…feck em all. We’ll get no help there.

These are just a few random thoughts. I’m sure other Sentinel Celts will come up with other-and better-suggestions.

There’s a long road ahead Bhoys and Girls. Venceremos.

Hail Hail.

big packy

AFTERNOON ALL and JIM, i will join any organisation that gets rid of these masonic tory feckers on our board,,im a pensioner now have to watch the pennies, but would sell my house to get rid of these feckers,,another true story,H,H,

puff puff

Kevin McKenna … was it your grandfather that told me the story of attending Johnny Thompson funeral ?
Welcome to the site.

big packy

OOPS, sorry, welcome kevin mckenna, if your from twechar you might be related to my cousin eddie mckenna, good tim 👍

Mahe

Magua,
Thanks for the comment.

I was thinking a collapse of VST sales would really really hurt them, at this juncture.
At that very stage their actions determine the next steps.

For instance, in the event of only 30k STs being sold do the club realise a change of tact is in order and begin negotiations with the aim of restoring trust with some goodwill gestures to begin with?
Or do they act like spoilt brats who see themselves as our peers and scold us, which would only widen the disconnect and probably help some of those still attending to join the outside mob?

I think its DDs son getting the CEO job and him being a younger man with a fresh face with no baggage will probably attempt to begin a reset ‘look I’m not Peter and I can’t answer for the sins of the past but let’s work together’.
It’s funny you mention boycotting their businesses because at one stage I was considering funding a flash mob to show up at an Irish 5-guys burgers to highlight our issues, his son holding the rights to that company in Eire so it would surely get back to our board.

A huge drop in tickets to hit em where it hurts, and then the ball is in their court.

Hail Hail

Mahe

ThecTic,
“I hope the Owner and CEO wake up before people lose their jobs”
That would antagonize the support even more. I hope they aren’t that stupid.

Hail Hail

Cornelius

Hi all,
If you were an ambitious, modern manager would you be interested in coming to Celtic?

It’s not a glamourous or rich league – in fact here in the US you cannot find SPFL games shown at all (in my experience anyway).
The league is not competitive nor is the skillful player protected by referees that allow an excess of physicality that is almost extinct in the rest of Europe’s top leagues.

The club in question has an old fashioned approach to football & football management recruitment. Of their last 10 managers since 1999, 5 have been sacked or have left mid season (Burns, Mowbray, Barnes, Lennon, Rodgers). Another 2 lasted just one season (Venglos & Jansen) & the at least 2 of the remaining 3 left because of a disconnect between the club (board) & themselves over how to bring success to the club (O’Neill, Deila). The only one that I am uncertain about is Strachan. I believe he left because he’d had enough.

What this means is that for over 20 years Celtic have recruited managers based on criteria that is clearly flawed. I mean, any organisation that hires someone to head up their principal line of business & then sacks them or loses them in the middle of a season must question their recruitment – but to do that with 50% of your managers should mean that alarm bells are ringing constantly. Add in the additional chaos from the remaining 50% of the managers & it is very very clear that this is a dysfunctional club/business.

As each manager is hired, he introduces & implements his way of doing things & recruiting players that he believes will exemplify his style & requirements. Generally, this happens to a greater or lesser degree every time there is a change of manager.
Obviously, if you change managers as frequently as Celtic do AND with no overrall philosophy behind your appointments you are left with a bloated player squad full of square pegs in round holes.

Unless there is a complete revolution in how Celtic address the whole business of football no one with any ambition will come near the club, unless he has an affiliation somewhere in his past. We need to completely ignore Celtic Mindedness as a quality when we recruit anyone, because that aspect is merely sentimentality & corrupts the clear thinking that’s absolutely necessary to drag the club into the modern era. How many times have you read or heard folk make excuses for Neil Lennon because he’s a club legend?
Every time that is said, we’re making excuses for failure & holding our selves back from implementing the changes that are needed.

Instead of using the years when our only competitor was sidelined to rebuild our infrastructure while cantering to league titles, Celtic grew complacent & we ended up where we are now.
This board continually pats itself on the back at AGMs & in other ways for “success” but the reality is that they are resistant to change, stuffy & set in their ways. Their atrocious record in recruiting & retaining managers speaks for itself. The shower appointment of Neil Lennon is just another bizarre example.

Who would manage a club such as Celtic?
Only someone that the board can manipulate into doing their bidding while our football department continues to stumble on like it’s still the 1980s.

HH

fan-a-tic

We have been told of a sharp suited man and billionaires and millionaires on our board yet not one of these brilliant businessmen foresaw the coming shitstorm over the Dubai jaunt?
The best wee country just got a free hit on us thanks to these geniuses.
I’m beginning to think they’re the enemy within.

Dubaibhoy

I’m hearing that PL has agreed to add some content for VST holders to placate any boycotts. He’s going to be including a live stream from the cctv camera over his heated driveway. He said he feels the fans will be able to empathise with him when they see how well it works and they will understand how well the bonuses were spent.

big packy

FAN, dont begin to think, THEY are the enemy within.

D R M

Mahe great article and thanks for taking the time to produce it.
Like the 90s it could take a long time to convince enough people change is required because as I mentioned yesterday the number of passionate supporters that won’t want to damage the club will be vast but it should be easier to organise and inform due to social media.
Auldheid mentioned emailing celtic about cancelling products and telling them why which I think a few people have done. I think it is a good idea but it could be taken a step further without cancelling products for now and that is to bombard celtic in a professional manner through any form of communication to let them know why they will be cancelling products if not listened to and replied to within a certain timescale. The club would not be able to answer all communications within that timescale therefore their options would be to lose custom or answer as many of the main grievances through social media. I would imagine res12, signings, corruption, referees etc would be among the top 12 needing explained. If the club ignore this chance then we know we are being treated with disdain and that could be the time to organise boycotts, cancellations and demonstrations.
As the suits picked and chose what questions to answer at the zoom agm this gives us the chance to get answers to questions they want to bury.

MAGUA

Cornelius

A brilliant, brilliant post.

Kevin McKenna

A warm welcome.

Big packy

Well said. Those feckers have ALWAYS been the enemy within. Here’s hoping that within a few years they will be ‘The enemy without’…without jobs, without homes, without income, without friends etc., etc., etc.

Scurrilous rumours that I am bitter against the PLC are well wide of the mark…

Hail Hail.

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CORNELIUS

Oh,you should hear ATHINGOFBEAUTY about how we wasted the years when we had no competition-and she said it at the time! That we should have been using it to bring through the youth,get them bedded in. Etc. As Celtic fans,we tend to welcome that,cut them slack accordingly. Sadly nowadays,there seems to be a tendency to judge way too quickly instead,never make it,blah blah.

Mind you,I was at the Frank Beattie testimonial. I was only 7yo,mind-but I asked my Dad who the wee fair-headed guy was,cos he’s red in the face after just a few minutes. Kenny Dalglish didn’t take long that night to ensure that I thought in future before mouthing off!

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Our board aren’t the big hitters you think. Some of our larger shareholders are though. As an example,our current chairman. Who he,what has he done? Takes over from the former chief of Bank of England and a former Secretary of State,but best known for a whisky that I wouldn’t use to clean my drains and for telling the fans to behave ourselves.

Oh,and for calling us antisemitic racists.

Craig 76

3 days into the transfer window and we’ve still not signed anyone……sack the board 😀😀

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D R M

If Celtic fans really push a boycott of merchandise,the club had better hope that Adidas don’t have a one-year break clause in their contract.

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CRAIG76

This might be the first transfer window ever where we don’t want to sign anyone- as it will only mean less money for the new guy. Or worse,that if we do,it means that there will not be a new guy!

And as Cornelius points out,there are many reasons why any decent manager won’t come near us.

Craig 76

More to the point Bobby who would to come at the moment

timhorton

I think both Duffy and Barkas wrong time and coaches.

bada bing1

We will appoint a foreign manager, who is used to having players bought and sold from under him……..let me think who would do that for Celtic?

bada bing1

Tim H- was Stevie Woods consulted on a new goalkeeper?…. too logical…?

bada bing1

Craig 76- I wouldn’t sign anyone, but if we do,it would prove to some ostriches that Lawwell signs the players, not the manager, as Lennon won’t be there next season.

D R M

Bobby do you think they have? The board don t deserve a chance but my suggestion gives them that before boycotting. They can start the ball rolling by mentioning in every press release, interview etc the probability of sevco winning their first title. I don’t think we should have gone to Dubai but we will take being stabbed in the back by sfa and Scottish government, why can they not see we have no friends in these establishments.

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