huns in seville

POD

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I have had a very relaxed and enjoyable day. As I hope you all had too. Occasionally my mind wanders back to last night and a quiet smile is had. At Celtic we done our work. Quietly, efficiently, with purpose, together. As winners do. I appreciate this thread is about losers. But I know you will forgive me.
I am so looking forward to the next development stage of our team and next season's campaigns.
As for the losers across the city,
I doubt, they will be looking forward to it with the same confidence, bravado and noise they displayed last July and August. I do not see an Ange in small Gio. Their future is dark and built on sand. Ours is bright and built on solid rock. Enjoy reflecting on this season folks. It's great to be a Celt.🍀💚
 
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Magnificent 7

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The spin being put on it by all and sundry is fully expected ....the gallant have fallen apparently.
The reality is they are sick, distraught and then some.
No words will ease the pain the sleepless nights or Indeed the hun tears.
The Scottish Cup becomes completely irrelevant ....and no matter the rallying in the next few days it will matter not a jot.
God bless the Champions 🍀💚🇮🇪👍
 

The Shamrock

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I have had a very relaxed and enjoyable day. As I hope you all had too. Occasionally my mind wanders back to last night and a quiet smile is had. At Celtic we done our work. Quietly, efficiently, with purpose, together. As winners do. I appreciate this thread is about losers. But I know you will forgive me.
I am so looking forward to the next development stage of our team and next season's campaigns.
As for the losers across the city,
I doubt, they will be looking forward to it with the same confidence, bravado and noise they displayed last July and August. I do not see an Ange in small Gio. Their future is dark and built on sand. Ours is bright and built on solid rock. Enjoy reflecting on this season folks. It's great to be a Celt.🍀💚
I have to say that wee Passpartout should shoulder the blame for the penalty disaster last night. No other manager would have subbed a sub with one that has only had minutes of playing time in the game.
It was a very naive decision and shows up the frailties Van Bullwinkle has.

Ramsey isn't a real hun, he'll get his monopoly wages month in and month out so there's no worries for him as jogs erm I mean limps on to any other sucker that'll provide the next treatment room.

Gio ain't that bright.
 

Winter

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I have had a very relaxed and enjoyable day. As I hope you all had too. Occasionally my mind wanders back to last night and a quiet smile is had. At Celtic we done our work. Quietly, efficiently, with purpose, together. As winners do. I appreciate this thread is about losers. But I know you will forgive me.
I am so looking forward to the next development stage of our team and next season's campaigns.
As for the losers across the city,
I doubt, they will be looking forward to it with the same confidence, bravado and noise they displayed last July and August. I do not see an Ange in small Gio. Their future is dark and built on sand. Ours is bright and built on solid rock. Enjoy reflecting on this season folks. It's great to be a Celt.🍀💚
I too am more excited about the second stage of our rebuild .
Some reputable sources saying maybe 2 or 3 good players might come in , I think we should have more.
I'm not convinced that letting rogic go is right unless he wants it and I think hed rather stay.
Losing an in form 29yr old rogic is like losing 2 players to me
 

The Shamrock

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I too am more excited about the second stage of our rebuild .
Some reputable sources saying maybe 2 or 3 good players might come in , I think we should have more.
I'm not convinced that letting rogic go is right unless he wants it and I think hed rather stay.
Losing an in form 29yr old rogic is like losing 2 players to me
Both Rogic and Bitton chose to move on with their careers elsewhere. Sometimes it isn't about the money.
 

50 Shades of Green

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On 2 Saturday then, if your in Glasgow on Saturday beware of the hun backlash, they will be back in familiar territory and looking to exact revenge for losing and getting beat up, their feelings of superiority have had a blow and must be satisfied, take care folks, it could be messy, the same goes for most of the areas that they frequently use, as the night goes on the worse they will be become, win or Lose, it will be worse if they win though.

Take care and stay out of their sight, you know it makes sense.

H.H
 

Bridie Bhoy

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The thing I don't understand is why the media and sevco fanbase (sorry, putting the media in there was unnecessary as they are covered by the sevco fanbase) are using OFFC getting to a European final as a way to diminish Ange & Celtic's achievements this season. Surely the fact that we had to overcome such a "strong" opponent just enhances what we achieved?

It is only a matter of time too when history gets rewritten (you may have noticed they have done this before 😉) and the narrative becomes that Celtic only managed to overhaul OFFC because they were hampered by concentrating on their European run. Of course, everyone who witnessed it knows this is bollocks as we pulled back on them most while we will still involved in Europe too, and the real reason that we won was because of a wonderful combination of our incredible undefeated run and them bottling it after being put under pressure for the first time in nearly 2 years.
 
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