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johnkp

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Keevins is hilarious. "The failure to acknowledge the reason why fans had lost their dignity was a costly mistake."

Celtic fans losing their dignity!

December 2011
Celtic are fined £12,700 after fans sing pro-IRA chants during a Europa League clash with Rennes in Glasgow.

March 2012
A £21,000 penalty is issued after supporters set off fireworks and unveil an insulting banner aimed at UEFA during their Europa League fixture with Udinese in Italy.

September 2012
The use of fireworks at Celtic Park during a Champions League qualifier with Cliftonville costs the Scottish title winners another £4,200.

December 2013
The club are fined around £42,000 after the Green Brigade unveils "illicit banners" featuring IRA hunger striker Bobby Sands before a Champions League match with AC Milan.

September 2014
UEFA fines Celtic £15,900 after fans display a Palestinian flag during a Champions League qualifier against KR Reykjavik.

February 2015
The club are fined £7,300 after Celtic fans clash with rival supporters and Croatian police during a Europa League group stage match against Dinamo Zagreb. The fine also punishes Celtic for the supporters' use of fireworks.

March 2015
Flares set off by Celtic fans during a Europa League clash with Inter Milan at the San Siro incur a £3,600 sanction.

February 2016
A £10,000 fine is issued for using fireworks following a Europa League tie with Fenerbahce in Istanbul, although a portion of the fine related to the "improper conduct" of the team.

August 2016
Fans again flew Palestinian flags in the Champions League qualifier against Israeli side Hapoel Be'er Sheva, prompting UEFA to fine the Scottish champions £8,616 for the use of "illicit banners".

February 2017
More fireworks and crowd disturbances during a Champions League match against Manchester City at the Etihad Stadium are punished with a £16,050 fine.

July 2017
Celtic are fined £20,000 for crowd-related offences during a Champions League home qualifier against Linfield, including blocked stairways and another "illicit banner" featuring a paramilitary-style figure.

October 2017
Celtic are fined £8,900 after 21-year-old supporter John Hatton raced on to the Parkhead pitch and aimed a kick at Paris St Germain striker Kylian Mbappe in the Champions League match in September.

October 2019
Celtic are fined £10,400 for fans setting off flares in the Europa League home win over Cluj.
It is the 18th time the club have been punished by European football's governing body since 2007 and their second charge this season.

And that's not even counting hitting hitting a wee boy on the head with a beer bottle, hitting a referee on the head with a coin, and 'Shark Night'!
 

Mosesmcneil

Well-Known Member
Cheers for that. Anyone know if Stevie G was having an argument or just talking with Naismith in the picture above? I cant remember any mention from the game?
 

skorn

Well-Known Member
Effing hell !!

A readable column from Michael Gannon and a fairly sarcastically anti-CFC one from Gary Keown ??

What alternate universe did I wake up in ?
 

LOL 133

My Wife wears the trousers!
Keevins is hilarious. "The failure to acknowledge the reason why fans had lost their dignity was a costly mistake."

Celtic fans losing their dignity!

December 2011
Celtic are fined £12,700 after fans sing pro-IRA chants during a Europa League clash with Rennes in Glasgow.

March 2012
A £21,000 penalty is issued after supporters set off fireworks and unveil an insulting banner aimed at UEFA during their Europa League fixture with Udinese in Italy.

September 2012
The use of fireworks at Celtic Park during a Champions League qualifier with Cliftonville costs the Scottish title winners another £4,200.

December 2013
The club are fined around £42,000 after the Green Brigade unveils "illicit banners" featuring IRA hunger striker Bobby Sands before a Champions League match with AC Milan.

September 2014
UEFA fines Celtic £15,900 after fans display a Palestinian flag during a Champions League qualifier against KR Reykjavik.

February 2015
The club are fined £7,300 after Celtic fans clash with rival supporters and Croatian police during a Europa League group stage match against Dinamo Zagreb. The fine also punishes Celtic for the supporters' use of fireworks.

March 2015
Flares set off by Celtic fans during a Europa League clash with Inter Milan at the San Siro incur a £3,600 sanction.

February 2016
A £10,000 fine is issued for using fireworks following a Europa League tie with Fenerbahce in Istanbul, although a portion of the fine related to the "improper conduct" of the team.

August 2016
Fans again flew Palestinian flags in the Champions League qualifier against Israeli side Hapoel Be'er Sheva, prompting UEFA to fine the Scottish champions £8,616 for the use of "illicit banners".

February 2017
More fireworks and crowd disturbances during a Champions League match against Manchester City at the Etihad Stadium are punished with a £16,050 fine.

July 2017
Celtic are fined £20,000 for crowd-related offences during a Champions League home qualifier against Linfield, including blocked stairways and another "illicit banner" featuring a paramilitary-style figure.

October 2017
Celtic are fined £8,900 after 21-year-old supporter John Hatton raced on to the Parkhead pitch and aimed a kick at Paris St Germain striker Kylian Mbappe in the Champions League match in September.

October 2019
Celtic are fined £10,400 for fans setting off flares in the Europa League home win over Cluj.
It is the 18th time the club have been punished by European football's governing body since 2007 and their second charge this season.

And that's not even counting hitting hitting a wee boy on the head with a beer bottle, hitting a referee on the head with a coin, and 'Shark Night'!

Excellent.
 

RutherglenLoyal

Well-Known Member
Keevins is hilarious. "The failure to acknowledge the reason why fans had lost their dignity was a costly mistake."

Celtic fans losing their dignity!

December 2011
Celtic are fined £12,700 after fans sing pro-IRA chants during a Europa League clash with Rennes in Glasgow.

March 2012
A £21,000 penalty is issued after supporters set off fireworks and unveil an insulting banner aimed at UEFA during their Europa League fixture with Udinese in Italy.

September 2012
The use of fireworks at Celtic Park during a Champions League qualifier with Cliftonville costs the Scottish title winners another £4,200.

December 2013
The club are fined around £42,000 after the Green Brigade unveils "illicit banners" featuring IRA hunger striker Bobby Sands before a Champions League match with AC Milan.

September 2014
UEFA fines Celtic £15,900 after fans display a Palestinian flag during a Champions League qualifier against KR Reykjavik.

February 2015
The club are fined £7,300 after Celtic fans clash with rival supporters and Croatian police during a Europa League group stage match against Dinamo Zagreb. The fine also punishes Celtic for the supporters' use of fireworks.

March 2015
Flares set off by Celtic fans during a Europa League clash with Inter Milan at the San Siro incur a £3,600 sanction.

February 2016
A £10,000 fine is issued for using fireworks following a Europa League tie with Fenerbahce in Istanbul, although a portion of the fine related to the "improper conduct" of the team.

August 2016
Fans again flew Palestinian flags in the Champions League qualifier against Israeli side Hapoel Be'er Sheva, prompting UEFA to fine the Scottish champions £8,616 for the use of "illicit banners".

February 2017
More fireworks and crowd disturbances during a Champions League match against Manchester City at the Etihad Stadium are punished with a £16,050 fine.

July 2017
Celtic are fined £20,000 for crowd-related offences during a Champions League home qualifier against Linfield, including blocked stairways and another "illicit banner" featuring a paramilitary-style figure.

October 2017
Celtic are fined £8,900 after 21-year-old supporter John Hatton raced on to the Parkhead pitch and aimed a kick at Paris St Germain striker Kylian Mbappe in the Champions League match in September.

October 2019
Celtic are fined £10,400 for fans setting off flares in the Europa League home win over Cluj.
It is the 18th time the club have been punished by European football's governing body since 2007 and their second charge this season.

And that's not even counting hitting hitting a wee boy on the head with a beer bottle, hitting a referee on the head with a coin, and 'Shark Night'!
And yet out of us and them who's had a partial stadium closure.
 

gusty2

Well-Known Member
What a difference a year makes.....I really thought Stevie G was going to leave after that game
 

The Hammer

Member
Thanks.

Interesting comments from Slavia’s manager in Danny Stewart’s piece in the Sunday Post.

‘In my opinion, they (Rangers) are the strongest team seen in Scotland for many years’

Attempt at mind games or genuine praise?

Also interesting that it was buried in a story about West Ham chasing Sima.
 

stonewall Jackson

Well-Known Member
Thanks for this Service Mark.

Great article by GK that says it all really in no nonsense language. Compare and Contrast to Keevins piece which is basically all about the mentally challengeds self destruction and his 8 decades of being a sycophant. Also no mention of the small problem ( to them ) of Rangers blowing everybody away in a piece that would be perfect for the next edition of the celic view.
 

Bluenose88

Well-Known Member
Thanks, Mark. As always, I rely on these to stop me from clicking.

Is it a bit strange more than one writer has a story about Mark Allen? Just seems a bit of a random story for two to appear on the same day. Are those papers linked?
 

temperance

Well-Known Member
Looks like Ajer is the new lifeline for the scum. Trying to flog him off again after failing last year.
Both Ajer and Edouard have only 12 months left on their contracts this summer, so they either stay and go for free the following year, or they go this year at a vastly reduced fee.
 

GourockBlue50

Well-Known Member
Official Ticketer
Both Ajer and Edouard have only 12 months left on their contracts this summer, so they either stay and go for free the following year, or they go this year at a vastly reduced fee.
Hopefully both sign pre contracts later on in the year and just down tools.
 

cloodie

Well-Known Member
Get it posted on here.

He had downed tools but seems to be back on it. I think he knows he needs someone to come in for him.
Just a few of the comments after yesterdays game in which he scored. Earlier ones throughout the season have been worse than these

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Atheist Bear

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Our board enraging the celtic board with their celebrations might actually have been a blessing in disguise. They didn’t have to go all out to bury us in 2016/17. We were so bad they could’ve kept Ronny Dialler and just kept winning league with little effort anyway. If they’d waited a few seasons then pushed the boat out, they might have run us close this season.
 

Cooper_11

Well-Known Member
Official Ticketer
“Brendan was here for 10 in a row, wasn’t he? That was all that mattered. Until he wasn’t. And people started singing, instead, about him being shot in his sleep by the IRA”

That paragraph tells us so much about what has motivated that vile support for a decade. They couldn’t give a flying feck about their European failures, including the loss of 12 goals to PSG over 2 legs. It was all about the ten, and those on board for that were untouchable in the eyes of the average deluded mentally challenged. The manager and his staff were immune from criticism for the embarrassments in European competitions. Beyond reproach. Europe was a mere distraction from the holy grail.
When Brendan Rodgers decided he was no longer ‘on board for the ten’ and moved to Leicester City, he became public enemy number one in the eyes of the unwashed hordes. He was now universally referred to as ‘the rat’ on Celtic social media platforms. The more sinister morons in their support would have been happy to see the man shot in his sleep by their cowardly heroes.
There cannot be a more vile group of football supporters on the planet, and I can only hope that the pain the are feeling right now is chronic.
 
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