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Finances isn't their strong point, £5 for a pair of socks ffs😂
Perfectly good goal...😂
George Galloway saying Scotland doesn't have a culture, prick
I wonder how long it is until Top Gear starts...
BBhoy you better post your reminder for Top Gear starting👍 I'll forget😂
Huns/Albion v Dundee United
St Johnston v Aberdeen
You'de be fucking raging if you were that guy winning £2000 if it wasn't for that goal that should never of stood
5 mins stoppage time, taking the piss
So that's a foul but the other one isn't?
Them commentators are a pair of wanks
Don't see any foul? He headered the fucking keeper ya prick✌️
John Daly has infiltrated the Huns and destroying them from the inside😂
If any of youse are looking for a bit of comedy, the 'Celtics state aid' thread on Rangers Media isn't short of a few laughs😂
Apparently the Green Brigade are in the Albion Rovers end...
Did I just hear that right? Albion Rovers keeper is a tax man😂😂😂😂😂😂😂
Couldn't make it up😂😂😂😂
Fucking hell Albion Rovers are passing it about the 6 yard box and the Huns still can't score😂
Ciaraon Donnelly, wonder who he supports😂
A three-year-old Palestinian girl has been killed in a series of retaliatory Israeli strikes on the Gaza Strip.
The attacks came hours after an Israeli civilian was shot dead by a Palestinian sniper while repairing the border security fence.
Israel's military said its aircraft and tanks had carried out strikes on several "terror sites", including a weapons manufacturing base.
Hamas, which governs the Gaza Strip, said it was a "dangerous escalation".
Hamas official Mushir al-Masri said on al-Aqsa television that Israel would "pay the price for these crimes" and he said Hamas and other Palestinian organisations were considering an "appropriate response".
That's the unbiased and impartial view you pay your TV license to get from the BBC, fucking scumbags trying to justify a 3 year old girl being killed because an Israeli was shot, he was putting up a fence to keep Palestinians in, hardly fucking innocent😡
All the stuff from Bairds bar up for auction if anybody's interested, seen the Jinky hoody that bee had on there
Aberdeens sold 30,000 tickets for the league cup final and want more👍
CELTIC have called for a review of the Offensive Behaviour at Football Grounds Act to be brought forward and have labelled it ´unhelpful and counter-productive´.
The Scottish Government introduced the legislation in 2012 and promised a review after two full football seasons of operation. However, Celtic believe that there is already sufficient evidence of the Act´s ´unhelpfulness and negative impacts´ to justify an immediate review with action to follow.
Celtic have all along opposed this legislation which has been used to create a general presumption that different laws should apply to football supporters as distinct from society as a whole.
This has inevitably led to a sense of discrimination across Scottish football and has brought the law into disrepute when tested in the criminal courts. It has also acted as a barrier to our own efforts to encourage supporters to behave in a way which is consistent with the club´s proud history and reputation.
We believe the Scottish Government should review, as a matter of urgency, the way in which this unhelpful and counter-productive Act is operating.
Celtic have always valued a positive relationship with the police and we are concerned that they too have now been put in the position of enforcing legislation which is provocative and does not command widespread respect.
The Scottish Government has conceded the need to review the workings of the legislation but we see no need for delay since there is plenty of evidence available, not least from the comments of Sheriffs who have had to deal with cases arising from it.
It would be helpful if the new season could kick off in August with these issues resolved so that everyone could concentrate on promoting the best possible environment for Scottish football and marginalising unwelcome influences which attach themselves to it.
Unseen Fenian Hand...
CELTIC Football Club is delighted to announce that Chief Executive Peter Lawwell has been elected to serve on the main Executive Board of the European Club Association.
Peter will join other existing Board members including Chairman Karl-Heinz Rummenigge of Bayern Munich, AC Milan’s Umberto Gandini, Edwin van der Sar of Ajax and Arsenal’s representative Ivan Gazidis.
The European Club Association is the sole, independent body directly representing football clubs at European level. It is the authoritative, independent voice of European club football, the lifeblood of the European game.
ECA exists to protect and promote European club football. Its aim is to create a new, more democratic governance model that truly reflects the key role of the clubs.
ECA will act to strengthen each of the clubs for the benefit of all and to ensure that club football is recognised by decision-makers as the most direct link to the fans and their communities. The ECA currently represents 214 clubs from 53 nations.
Peter Lawwell said: “This is a tremendous honour and a role which I very much look forward to undertaking.
"European football is an ever-changing landscape and from the perspective of Celtic, it is vital that we ensure we are at the heart of the action and at the centre of discussions regarding the development of the game.
"As we look to the future, I look forward to representing Celtic, Scottish clubs and the other clubs in Europe to ensure that the voice of these clubs and their supporters is heard.”