Huns immunity

Colbhoy

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what is it with them that they think they can say what they want & not be held accountable for it. The latest one being a long list, we all know what slippy meant when he talked about the fat 1 being sent off if he made that tackle. Have they ever being pulled up about the stuff they said about the SFA or SPFL at the start of COVID? Just seems 1 rule for them & 1 for everyone else, or am I looking at things through green tinted specks.
 

michael duffy

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what is it with them that they think they can say what they want & not be held accountable for it. The latest one being a long list, we all know what slippy meant when he talked about the fat 1 being sent off if he made that tackle. Have they ever being pulled up about the stuff they said about the SFA or SPFL at the start of COVID? Just seems 1 rule for them & 1 for everyone else, or am I looking at things through green tinted specks.
Yer spot on Colbhoy, it's the usual hun 'entitlement'! HH☘
 

Digger

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They have become so aloof of rules and regs that they have the handshake of the masters behind them,they point the finger of anger of anyone who stands in thier way,they treat with contempt the many assaults carried out by the fat man the statements made by thier excuse of a manager bend rules to suit, until they are called to account then like rats fleeing a sinking ship (2012) hide until it's safe to return but without fear of retribution for thier crimes.look around football today and you see the same rats in positions around the game commentator,managers players thier ill gotten gains safe,history is riddled with this clubs misdemeanours and will continue to be so backed by the handshakes and black money lenders
 

Spherical Planet

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I'm going to try and approach this from a different perspective. I'm going to imagine for a few minutes that the roles were reversed and that we were currently in their shoes. It's a tall order to take this stance throughout the history of Scottish football, so it's only fair to consider it from the time that the new club were shat into existence.

It's now back in 2012 and we have been shoehorned into the bottom division of the Scottish League. Our billionaire owner has flown the coop and retreated to his tax haven. Our millionaire CEO has just received a nice wee plum job in the EPL and our otherwise invisible board have had to relinquish their holdings to a group of investors with modest means.

A percentage (say 25%) have pledged their allegiance to other clubs, but there remains that significant 75% who will continue to support Celtco. A fly-by-nighter senses an opportunity to turn a quick buck on the aspirations of the fans and makes a firm investment that will keep football being played in some shape or form at Celtic Park.

It's at this point that the first real (and only) disparity between this fiction and the current reality takes place.

Does anyone believe for one second that the huns wouldn't do anything within their power to prevent Celtco from actually kicking a ball?

Forget falsely acquiring the honours of the club once known as Celtic, the huns would do anything to ensure that no trace of Celtic would ever appear in any form again.

And that's literally where the story ends.

We don't have to think about what would happen in the next 8-years. We don't have to consider them closing in on a landmark 9th successive title. We don't have to wonder about the fear, hatred and paranoia which would drive us to desperation - because the simple truth of the matter is that the huns would ensure (by hook or by crook) that no facsimile of Celtic would ever survive to see the light of day.

Sure, there might be a junior team by now that would be getting 15-20,000 fans coming to see them, but there would be no associated club allowed to play in senior Scottish football.

They would have pissed on our grave and held their annual bonfire on our sacred ground.
 

Richybhoy

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They have immunity from being handsome too. Ugly Hun bastardos.

SP is bang on, no way would we be allowed to claim our history if the roles were reversed. I remember how the sevvie media acted when we were in trouble afore The Bunnet stepped in.
The sevvies are in big trouble without the match day bigot pound.
Liquidation Two is just around the corner.
Sevco the only company anywhere in the world to survive liquidation.....twice!!!
 

John nó

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It is about time the SFA stood up to them and what they have always been and always will be just a shower of bitter twisted, jealous cunts. I am just loving sitting back and watching there desperation, hurt and pain they deserve every bit of it and more so as we add to it on the pitch
HH
 

Colbhoy

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Imagine if it was us that were liquidated, i would like to think that we were man/woman enough that we would start again, new team new history just new, it would be Celtic & New Celtic we were the first team to win 9iar first to win EC but that was Celtic we would be something new, not improved just new, fresh start, money from fans to start us the statues in front of CP were there to symbolises the past & a bright new future ahead of us. How would we feel about that. OR IT WOULD NEVER HAPPEN CAUSE WE WOULDN'T LET IT CAUSE WE ARE CELTIC.
 

Imatim

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I'm going to try and approach this from a different perspective. I'm going to imagine for a few minutes that the roles were reversed and that we were currently in their shoes. It's a tall order to take this stance throughout the history of Scottish football, so it's only fair to consider it from the time that the new club were shat into existence.

It's now back in 2012 and we have been shoehorned into the bottom division of the Scottish League. Our billionaire owner has flown the coop and retreated to his tax haven. Our millionaire CEO has just received a nice wee plum job in the EPL and our otherwise invisible board have had to relinquish their holdings to a group of investors with modest means.

A percentage (say 25%) have pledged their allegiance to other clubs, but there remains that significant 75% who will continue to support Celtco. A fly-by-nighter senses an opportunity to turn a quick buck on the aspirations of the fans and makes a firm investment that will keep football being played in some shape or form at Celtic Park.

It's at this point that the first real (and only) disparity between this fiction and the current reality takes place.

Does anyone believe for one second that the huns wouldn't do anything within their power to prevent Celtco from actually kicking a ball?

Forget falsely acquiring the honours of the club once known as Celtic, the huns would do anything to ensure that no trace of Celtic would ever appear in any form again.

And that's literally where the story ends.

We don't have to think about what would happen in the next 8-years. We don't have to consider them closing in on a landmark 9th successive title. We don't have to wonder about the fear, hatred and paranoia which would drive us to desperation - because the simple truth of the matter is that the huns would ensure (by hook or by crook) that no facsimile of Celtic would ever survive to see the light of day.

Sure, there might be a junior team by now that would be getting 15-20,000 fans coming to see them, but there would be no associated club allowed to play in senior Scottish football.

They would have pissed on our grave and held their annual bonfire on our sacred ground.
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A good read comrade ☘️☘️☘️
 

Imatim

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Imagine if it was us that were liquidated, i would like to think that we were man/woman enough that we would start again, new team new history just new, it would be Celtic & New Celtic we were the first team to win 9iar first to win EC but that was Celtic we would be something new, not improved just new, fresh start, money from fans to start us the statues in front of CP were there to symbolises the past & a bright new future ahead of us. How would we feel about that. OR IT WOULD NEVER HAPPEN CAUSE WE WOULDN'T LET IT CAUSE WE ARE CELTIC.
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They did try.....and when it really mattered.....cometh the hour.....cometh the man

Before Fergus there was John Keane...

 

Steviebhoy67

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Richybhoy

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They did try.....and when it really mattered.....cometh the hour.....cometh the man

Before Fergus there was John Keane...

Wee Fergus also made sure all those Celtic owed money to got paid. Unlike that other team run by con men.
 

Digger

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Slippy is up for a knuckle rap for some of his past comments,the indignation that he has been brought to task has been loud in protest,not his fault it was the way he was interviewed,in other words to thick to think and talk,don't expect anything more than a wrist slap for the poor misunderstood we lad away from home,no case to answer I suppose will we be surprised don't think so
 

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