Clyde 1 thread for tonight

Renoranger

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Be careful what you wish for-
Winning the semi final could be the boost they need in the middle of a poor run to kick start a run of domestic victories. It will almost certainly lead to another trophy as they face either a Championship side or the only Premiership side they have truly looked comfortable against. Thus securing their manufactured quadruple treble and giving them another lift.

They have not won in three, are likely to be beaten tomorrow and if the sheep can beat them as we go 9 points clear it means 5 games in two weeks without a win, Europe gone, their quadruple treble fecked and their imaginary 10 hanging in the balance.

They will not recover from that and so long as we keep winning we have nothing to fear and 55 should be ours.

They do not have a replacement for TLB waiting in the wings as they didn't anticipate the events of the last week but are, in all probability, sounding out possible replacements at present. None of whom should worry us.

If they were to get rid of the manager there would likely be a period of time with a caretaker before any replacement came in.

Is a new manager going to transform Duffy into a ball playing centre back or make their keeper start producing saves - no.

Is he going to get funds to build a team in January - doubtful. Based on the financials neither us nor them will be making significant signings in the next window without either selling first or earning decent Europa League money.

So, unlike some, I will not be hoping they win against Aberdeen at the weekend.

I will, as always, want them beaten and I will expect the fallout to be magnificent and to be a contributing factor, not to mention an added satisfaction, as we march to 55.
Stop making sense, they just don't get it.
Clueless nitwits thinking it is best they beat Aberdeen !!!
You have covered everything correctly and yet some will disagree.
The mind boggles on here at times.
Anyone with sense wants them to lose.
 

Atheist Bear

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Where do you start with this, plus the posters who said "like".
Losing to Aberdeen is best, meaning no silverware. Winning breeds winning.
Ignore fixture pile ups, a winning team will keep winning, we want them to keep losing.
Lose to Lille, lose to Aberdeen.
What goes through the minds of posters wanting them to JUST get by Aberdeen, to satisfy the insane scenarios they concoct when they play Motherwell and Hibs.
Stop with the madness.
They don’t really mean it. When it comes down to it, and its 0-0 at 89 mins, are these folk gonna think “I hope celtic grab a late winner here”? Absolutely no chance.
 

Westozbear

Member
Be careful what you wish for-
Winning the semi final could be the boost they need in the middle of a poor run to kick start a run of domestic victories. It will almost certainly lead to another trophy as they face either a Championship side or the only Premiership side they have truly looked comfortable against. Thus securing their manufactured quadruple treble and giving them another lift.

They have not won in three, are likely to be beaten tomorrow and if the sheep can beat them as we go 9 points clear it means 5 games in two weeks without a win, Europe gone, their quadruple treble fecked and their imaginary 10 hanging in the balance.

They will not recover from that and so long as we keep winning we have nothing to fear and 55 should be ours.

They do not have a replacement for TLB waiting in the wings as they didn't anticipate the events of the last week but are, in all probability, sounding out possible replacements at present. None of whom should worry us.

If they were to get rid of the manager there would likely be a period of time with a caretaker before any replacement came in.

Is a new manager going to transform Duffy into a ball playing centre back or make their keeper start producing saves - no.

Is he going to get funds to build a team in January - doubtful. Based on the financials neither us nor them will be making significant signings in the next window without either selling first or earning decent Europa League money.

So, unlike some, I will not be hoping they win against Aberdeen at the weekend.

I will, as always, want them beaten and I will expect the fallout to be magnificent and to be a contributing factor, not to mention an added satisfaction, as we march to 55.
Couldn't have said it any better myself,I also always want to see them beaten.
 

Barbarossa

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Let’s see how they get on tomorrow and Sunday

A heavy defeat in France and Sheep winning will see Lennon under the intense pressure

I’d prefer he scrapes by the Sheep and drops points at Motherwell and Edinburgh in their league games

We can see the mhedia sucking Tarrier cock and in the main ignoring their decline in terms of tactics and performances

They have scraped results this year in SPL and Euro qualifiers and defeat by Ferencvaros at home

They have not had pressure in years and Lennon doesn’t cope with it well

The mhedia then throw the pish that “look at what he has to put up with”

Forgetting all the despicable antics he has done

The mhedia turned a blind eye then and are doing so again re their form and results

Behave.

Celtic to lose every game. That’s when the real timplosion starts.
 

tazzabear

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Let’s see how they get on tomorrow and Sunday

A heavy defeat in France and Sheep winning will see Lennon under the intense pressure

I’d prefer he scrapes by the Sheep and drops points at Motherwell and Edinburgh in their league games

We can see the mhedia sucking Tarrier cock and in the main ignoring their decline in terms of tactics and performances

They have scraped results this year in SPL and Euro qualifiers and defeat by Ferencvaros at home

They have not had pressure in years and Lennon doesn’t cope with it well

The mhedia then throw the pish that “look at what he has to put up with”

Forgetting all the despicable antics he has done

The mhedia turned a blind eye then and are doing so again re their form and results
I cannot see any advantage in septic winning at any time.
Unless it’s Rangers who absolutely and totally win out of this.
Like them beating x in a game that wins Rangers win a competition.
 

tazzabear

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The mhank that called their fans that back Lennon the 'something inside so strong brigade' was actually one of their more sensible fans.
That would have annoyed me.
Another example of the lack of balance in our media reporting.
I always remember the headlines when a non West of Scotland player, Stefan Klos, a man who possibly did not know anything of the peculiarities of our way of life, was slammed for the “gaffe” of saying “no surrender”.
 

Rudolph Hucker

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I can see some logic in wanting the scum to beat Aberdeen if (and only if) it means it’s more likely to keep TLB in the job AND there’s no improvement in performances/results AND there’s a fixture pileup ABD they lose the final.

There’s too many potential downsides to them beating Aberdeen. If they lose, they’ll be under the kind of pressure that none of them apart from Broonaldo) have experienced before at that club and even he’ll be in uncharted territory as they start to see the fabled 10* start to slip away. They are a side which has shown they can bounce back quickly and go on a run of wins as a result.

On balance, it’s more likely that a win which would I still some confidence would benefit them more than losing and being able to replace TLB. We have no idea what any new manager would be like, there’s no reason why he would have to be significantly better. So losing and replacing TLB as a result might still not be good for them.

So I’ll stay with my default position of hoping they get hammered in every match with a helping of broken legs to go with it.
 

Ped78

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For many years I worked in an office beside Keevin's brother (Patrick), who had no interest in football whatsoever. He only ever spoke about Shug once and that was to confirm he was a Celtic fan with a soft spot for his hometown team, Clydebank.
So basically he’s an old bigoted glory hunting bastard!
 

Tagsbear

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I can see some logic in wanting the scum to beat Aberdeen if (and only if) it means it’s more likely to keep TLB in the job AND there’s no improvement in performances/results AND there’s a fixture pileup ABD they lose the final.

There’s too many potential downsides to them beating Aberdeen. If they lose, they’ll be under the kind of pressure that none of them apart from Broonaldo) have experienced before at that club and even he’ll be in uncharted territory as they start to see the fabled 10* start to slip away. They are a side which has shown they can bounce back quickly and go on a run of wins as a result.

On balance, it’s more likely that a win which would I still some confidence would benefit them more than losing and being able to replace TLB. We have no idea what any new manager would be like, there’s no reason why he would have to be significantly better. So losing and replacing TLB as a result might still not be good for them.

So I’ll stay with my default position of hoping they get hammered in every match with a helping of broken legs to go with it.

Much better if they get beat tonight and Sunday, keep the pressure mounting for a tricky trip to Fir Park, they won’t pull any trigger on Lennon anytime soon as the costs of sacking and hiring a replacement right now would be huge.
 

sg9375

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FFS i had to listen to the podcast to hear John. What a bellend of a man. Sounded thick as well as deluded. Just another example of the brain washing going on in the RC schools in modern day Scotland.
 

TibbsyBear

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FFS i had to listen to the podcast to hear John. What a bellend of a man. Sounded thick as well as deluded. Just another example of the brain washing going on in the RC schools in modern day Scotland.

Where did you get the podcast mate?

I’ve just went into Acast to download last night’s episode and there nothing available for download.

Wonder if there was anything controversial said that would take some extended editing.
 

sg9375

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Where did you get the podcast mate?

I’ve just went into Acast to download last night’s episode and there nothing available for download.

Wonder if there was anything controversial said that would take some extended editing.
Ive just got an iphone podcast app. Downloaded it there.
 

Tagsbear

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Where did you get the podcast mate?

I’ve just went into Acast to download last night’s episode and there nothing available for download.

Wonder if there was anything controversial said that would take some extended editing.

Their app usually has them first.
 

cyl1690

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So basically he’s an old bigoted glory hunting bastard!
An old work colleague of mines, is one of the nicest people you could meet and wouldn't really bad mouth anybody. He isn't into football or religious beliefs and is a very private person. His wife and Keevins wife are friendly and he has been in his company several times through this friendship. Even he thinks he is a condescending prick of a man, so that tells me all I need to know!
 

ChirryRFC

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Official Ticketer
Just listened to last night's, couple of belter. The guy John saying we haven't played anyone yet and constantly referring to "9iar" and a potential quadruple treble. Ironically there was no mention that they haven't played a good side in thag run until now and they are crumbling! Wouldn't have expected the journalists to me toon that though.

The next belter was one of our own, we play the best football in Europe and would beat Barcelona. Steady on lad, its exciting times but we aren't even in the CL yet. Up there with the Helander and Stam call the other night haha.

Be a good listen tonight/tmrw when they are scudded by lille and we win again
 

dlt

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You reckon the 18m in bank will be enough to see them till season ticket and EL money in June/July?

They will most definitely be in the red come summer if they don't sell.
No I don't but that's not what you said. They have got the possibility to borrow up to £13m which they have not yet done.

If they don't sell anyone in January or the summer then yes they may utilise some that borrowing, absolutely.
 

Grigo Yossarian

Well-Known Member
Be careful what you wish for-
Winning the semi final could be the boost they need in the middle of a poor run to kick start a run of domestic victories. It will almost certainly lead to another trophy as they face either a Championship side or the only Premiership side they have truly looked comfortable against. Thus securing their manufactured quadruple treble and giving them another lift.

They have not won in three, are likely to be beaten tomorrow and if the sheep can beat them as we go 9 points clear it means 5 games in two weeks without a win, Europe gone, their quadruple treble fecked and their imaginary 10 hanging in the balance.

They will not recover from that and so long as we keep winning we have nothing to fear and 55 should be ours.

They do not have a replacement for TLB waiting in the wings as they didn't anticipate the events of the last week but are, in all probability, sounding out possible replacements at present. None of whom should worry us.

If they were to get rid of the manager there would likely be a period of time with a caretaker before any replacement came in.

Is a new manager going to transform Duffy into a ball playing centre back or make their keeper start producing saves - no.

Is he going to get funds to build a team in January - doubtful. Based on the financials neither us nor them will be making significant signings in the next window without either selling first or earning decent Europa League money.

So, unlike some, I will not be hoping they win against Aberdeen at the weekend.

I will, as always, want them beaten and I will expect the fallout to be magnificent and to be a contributing factor, not to mention an added satisfaction, as we march to 55.

Agree 1288.

I want them to lose every match they ever play.
 

Jase

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The theory that a win keeps Lennon and the other duffers in position doesn’t hold water.

Right now they are not in a position to get rid of Lennon. If they promote from within there’s nobody on the premises gonna improve things.

No ‘name’ manager is gonna touch them in view of what’s gonna hit the fan if they don’t win the league.

Any new capable manager is gonna want a huge wedge in January and that won’t be forthcoming.

Lennon is there for the foreseeable. The Aberdeen game won’t affect that. So c’mon the sheep (spit), we don’t want to give the tramps any encouragement.
 

shinyscot

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The theory that a win keeps Lennon and the other duffers in position doesn’t hold water.

Right now they are not in a position to get rid of Lennon. If they promote from within there’s nobody on the premises gonna improve things.

No ‘name’ manager is gonna touch them in view of what’s gonna hit the fan if they don’t win the league.

Any new capable manager is gonna want a huge wedge in January and that won’t be forthcoming.

Lennon is there for the foreseeable. The Aberdeen game won’t affect that. So c’mon the sheep (spit), we don’t want to give the tramps any encouragement.
Exactly this. What manager wants to be known as the one that didn't them 10*?
 

Gogso

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The line Kevin’s repeats ad nauseum, the Europe “doesn’t matter” to the Celtic support, who “don’t care” about it, is yet another mint bit of advanced deflection.
Hearing that, which is likely true for the hoards this season however another bad euro run will turn the fiscal screw nicely.
We twin again tonight we have already earned €1m for EL wins, they loose again they have earned €200,000.
 

Morpheus

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If they lose on sunday, their constant success is gone. They won't feel "invincible" any more, they'll be vulnerable. doubt will creep into their minds no matter how much they shrug it off or try to play it down.
We need to capitalise on any slip ups.
 
The only time any sane Bear should want them to win would be the scenario of them beating another Scottish team on the last day of the league season to mean we win the league and they need the points to finish second. They loose these next two games and they could be in free fall. Winning is a habit. If we’d lifted the LC in December I think we’d have went on to be awarded the league, on second thoughts what I meant was the season would have been null and void.
 

Fourladshadadream

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Official Ticketer
Be careful what you wish for-
Winning the semi final could be the boost they need in the middle of a poor run to kick start a run of domestic victories. It will almost certainly lead to another trophy as they face either a Championship side or the only Premiership side they have truly looked comfortable against. Thus securing their manufactured quadruple treble and giving them another lift.

They have not won in three, are likely to be beaten tomorrow and if the sheep can beat them as we go 9 points clear it means 5 games in two weeks without a win, Europe gone, their quadruple treble fecked and their imaginary 10 hanging in the balance.

They will not recover from that and so long as we keep winning we have nothing to fear and 55 should be ours.

They do not have a replacement for TLB waiting in the wings as they didn't anticipate the events of the last week but are, in all probability, sounding out possible replacements at present. None of whom should worry us.

If they were to get rid of the manager there would likely be a period of time with a caretaker before any replacement came in.

Is a new manager going to transform Duffy into a ball playing centre back or make their keeper start producing saves - no.

Is he going to get funds to build a team in January - doubtful. Based on the financials neither us nor them will be making significant signings in the next window without either selling first or earning decent Europa League money.

So, unlike some, I will not be hoping they win against Aberdeen at the weekend.

I will, as always, want them beaten and I will expect the fallout to be magnificent and to be a contributing factor, not to mention an added satisfaction, as we march to 55.
That’s why Killie game is massive for us.
To keep the pressure on and not give a lift to the unwashed.
 

Fourladshadadream

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Official Ticketer
Correct. We do our job and extend the lead to 9 points and it ramps up the pressure on them.

They appear to be struggling, or at least TLB does, with the pressure at present so let's not provide them any sort of boost.
They’re waiting for us to drop pts and see how we handle it after last yrs collapse.
Every win puts pressure on them.
even more when you see our stats.
 
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