Auldheid - Celtic fan on twitter & Res12

insanicdrunk

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Genuine question, what is their issue with us being in debt?

I'm fairly certain a lot of clubs spend money in order to compete?

Or are they just so full of hate that they can't accept if things were to go pear shaped for us we'd simply be able to sell a couple of assets to balance the books? I don't get it.

Because it is us, anything we do has to be wrong. It's how they survive.
 

Bowery Boy

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Auldheid hates Lawwell because we are still in existence. He wants Rangers dead, but doesn't seem to understand that if we'd died, they would be playing to 22k at home , a wage bill of about £15m a year, so never getting into group stages of any European tournament.
He'll think of us as he draws his last breath.
He doesn't care about Celtic. He's just a Rangers hater.
 

WalterLoyal

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They simply cannot get their head around the fact soft loans are investment from our directors. The majority of them have consistently, for years, tried to pass this off as normal debt.
 

LetsGo

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Let's not think of it as debt. Let's think of it as an advance on next year's Champion's League income.
 

jtc

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Starts the tweet with ‘they are in so much debt.’ then ends it with ‘they get loans they never repay so it’s not even debt.’

So what is it? Do they think we’re in debt or not?
He doesn't mention most it will get wiped by the champions League money though does he?
That's going to be even harder for them.
 

GazzaG

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Auldheid hates Lawwell because we are still in existence. He wants Rangers dead, but doesn't seem to understand that if we'd died, they would be playing to 22k at home , a wage bill of about £15m a year, so never getting into group stages of any European tournament.
He'll think of us as he draws his last breath.
Why do you think their crowds would double?
 

Snakehips

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This guy and David Low (@heavidor) are two of my favourite accounts to check up on when we are doing well. They are going to combust.

If you are on twitter ensure you RT the %^*& out this nutters glorious content.
Did he not see Celtic’s last set of accounts? They have massive long term o/s loans and have deferred tax payments as well, like most.

Nutter.
 

Delboy Trotter

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Fancied a laugh so spent 10 minutes reading through his demented Twitter feed

What surprised me though was in one post he and some other loony referenced another admin event coming and there was easily 30+ tims jumped on them telling them to get a grip, concentrate on us instead of fantasy sevco stories etc
 

bluewonder

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The meltdown from Chief moonhowler Paul Larkin is glorious. He is the guy who got the got the hordes to fund his films about masonic refs and our financial woes.

If you pardon the pun but the penny has finally dropped for him as the latest shitshow at the piggery and impending loss of the title has meant his nice little earners are about to go away.
 

frazz

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Lurking tims, please read.

This is the SPFL prize money for the top 2.

1. £3.4m
2. £2.3m

Thats a £2.2M revenue swing in our favor just from the shitty SPFL money.

They got £1M for getting to the 4th CL qualifier last season which they didnt this season.

They got double the match wins prize money in the EL last year than this year.

They got £500k for coming 2nd in their group last year, %^*& all for dead last.

They got more money from the EL last 32 last year.

All this time worrying about us and now you find yourself multiple millions behind in revenues and without a pot to piss in unless you sell your best players (but cant spend the money you get to replace them).

Better hope those season ticket renewals hold up....

:))
Thing is they haven't even thought this far ahead their heads have been so fixated on the fake 9.75

One it starts to dawn on then they will go full meltdown add in the compo cases which most of then believe will come to nothing.

Add in James bisgrove and his love of a sponser......

Add in our retail deal this year

We will post losses but we already have a board Thats committed to covering them we will also sell one or two players.

We are looking at a massive income swing especially if we reach the cl after one game at a time of course.
 

monkey magic

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They've been the 'New Establishment' club in Scotland since before our administration and subsequent difficulties - in fact, the New Establishment instigated and exacerbated our 'difficulties.' Politics, Law, Business and Media all conspired.

In recent times, the ridiculous Green Brigade have added a further strand of mythology to the established myths of 'set up for charitable purposes' and TGFITW. The 'social conscience' amounts to faux-socialism supporting Palestine, nothing more than anti-Semitism and endorsing terrorists, just as they support terrorism in Northern Ireland and the Basque Region.

(I have to say, the Old Establishment was benign in comparison to the New. Beyond a few golf and bowling clubs restricting RC membership fifty to a hundred years ago, there aren't really many credible examples of discrimination against any group or sect.
Unlike today.)

If Rangers were ever a truly the Establishment club in Scotland, stacked to the gunwales with profoundly influential individuals at all levels of society, they would never have allowed any serious football opposition or rival in Scotland. It would have been complete hegemony for Rangers. That we saved Celtc in 1952 from being kicked out of Scottish football for good, a motion put forward by Hibs, said it all.

 

Bill Struth

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The meltdown from Chief moonhowler Paul Larkin is glorious. He is the guy who got the got the hordes to fund his films about masonic refs and our financial woes.

If you pardon the pun but the penny has finally dropped for him as the latest shitshow at the piggery and impending loss of the title has meant his nice little earners are about to go away.
They funded this moon units films but wouldn't crowdfund Paul Mcstays book.
 

babaji

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Here's a story they hope isn't true. Willie Haughey owns Sharkheid, and is now heavily involved with Queens Park. When Celtic are eventually liquidated for becoming impossible to run as a going concern, Haughey wants to move Queens Park in there, and he hopes to attract beast support by doing it.
Developing storyB-)
Checks date...nope, not the 1st of April :)) :))
 
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