The Term Legend

The Galway shawl

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Aye any club new or old can make and break records, but this club was not around when the original record was set, and thats the problem, when they claim the club this club emulates as been one in the same and almost did it say 100 odd years ago we know thats not possible.
Read back the first line of your post mucker your contradicting yourself.
 

The Galway shawl

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HH Mo Johnson also will be remebered in the team and a goalscorer at Love street when Celtic prevented Hearts from winning the title and breaking a west of Scotland dominance. History remains intact for eternity once written and factual.
That's history, but what terms a legend was the Question.
 

The Galway shawl

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Mo Johnson a legendary figure who divided the two halfs of the city and was loved and hated by us equally and hated always by the dark side for been one of us then been a Catholic in among them.
So mo johnson is now a legend? For goin from one team to another like alfie Conn? Not one for arguing mate with Tim's, but new clubs can claim records regardless of what they claim.
 

The Shamrock

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It seems to be a matter of personal opinion who we term legend and as Celtic fans we agree about most of them. Every single Lisbon Lion for example and Big Jock of course. There are players that haven't been able to give us years of service but are still considered legends, like Lubo for instance and quite often it's their back story and their achievements at Paradise that earn them legendary status.

Regard some of those ex-Celts who like to bad mouth us in the media, they're the ones who never reached the pinnacle of legendary status..................and the bitter bastards know it!
 

boab1916

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So mo johnson is now a legend? For goin from one team to another like alfie Conn? Not one for arguing mate with Tim's, but new clubs can claim records regardless of what they claim.
Well what he did made him legendary and different from Alfie Conn, Conn was accepted with a club who have no problem with a guys religion, so for Johnson to make the jump the other way into the pit was quite legendary imo, not something many on here would do and he did something that not a lot would have the balls to do.
 

The Shamrock

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Well what he did made him legendary and different from Alfie Conn, Conn was accepted with a club who have no problem with a guys religion, so for Johnson to make the jump the other way into the pit was quite legendary imo, not something many on here would do and he did something that not a lot would have the balls to do.
It's a bit like being famous or infamous Boab.
 
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