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Drew Brees

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  1. HIBS have reportedly contacted the Scottish FA to discuss 'refereeing inconsistencies' following their 2-2 draw with Rangers on Saturday. The fixture at Easter Road was marred by controversial referee decisions by Willie Collum. There was no shortage of drama between Hibs and Rangers on Saturday. Both managers were unhappy with how Collum handled the fiery fixture in Leith. It all started when Rangers were awarded a penalty early on after Antonio Colak was deemed to have been hauled down in the area. There was to be further controversy though as the away side were reduced to nine men in the second half. John Lundstram was given his marching orders after he tactically fouled a Hibs player with a sliding challenge. Several pundits have since slammed the decision, feeling that it should only be a yellow for the ex-Sheffield United midifielder. Morelos was then rightfully sent off after he struck an opposition player with his arm. Hibs also had a strong penalty shout when Rocky Bushiri went down after wrestling with Rangers captain James Tavernier. And now Hibs have taken action in the aftermath of the match. According to Edinburgh Evening News, Hibs chief have contracted the Scottish FA to discuss 'refereeing inconsistencies' that were present in the match. They also went on to say that one of the issues raised is believed to to do with the two penalty incidents in the first half of the match at Easter Road. The Hibees want an explanation why they were not awarded a penalty kick for Tavernier's challenge on Rocky Bushiri. They feel that the Light Blues' captain illegally hauled down their defender. Rangers also took action after the match after they appealed the decision to send off Lundstram. They also reportedly want to discuss Collum's performance on Saturday in line with rivals Hibs.
  2. Need to pick someone else from your random poster generator, he’s havin a mare
  3. Don’t think ‘knee high’ was the problem.
  4. Still less than our biggest rivals who could attract better players and pay larger fees and wages. The fans who backed Celtic in the mid to late 90’s were def glory hunters.
  5. So optimism is the criteria you use to gauge ‘Glory Hunter’. As I said, one of the dumbest things I’ve read on here.
  6. To compete with a team that can throw millions at the likes of gascoinge and laudrup, who’d been buying top English players and attracting top international players for yrs. We were building a team and were very fortunate rangers had a brain fart the year we stopped the 10. And to illustrate how strong they were, they went on to win the next 2 titles. It was hardly a forgone conclusion that we’d win the title but the fans still backed the club by buying shares and selling out the stadium in hope. You still not checked the def of glory hunter?
  7. So hope or optimism is the criteria you use to gauge a glory hunter? Calling Celtic fans glory hunters isn’t a new thing in here and some may have a point, but using the worst 10 yr spell in the last 60 years to make your point is one of the dumbest things I’ve read on here, and this is a forum where bennet has 35,000 posts.
  8. Look up the def of glory hunter, you aware that hearts have sold a record amount of season tickets this season?
  9. You and I must have a def definition of glory hunter, Celtic sold out the stadium and the fans backed the club after a decade of nothing. A glory hunter is someone who follows a team due to the fact they are successful, if you’re pinning that on Celtic fans I’d maybe choose another era mate.
  10. The year after rangers signed laudrup and the year they signed gascoinge to add their 8 in a row winning squad. You’re right, def glory hunters.
  11. Alfredo’s highlights https://twitter.com/greig_67/status/1560976322607939584?s=21&t=4igf8SiVm83rhRsgyTuz9w
  12. That is the worst post incident commentary I’ve ever heard.
  13. Celtic are closing in on Rubin Kazan’s Sead Haksabanovic as Ange Postecoglou keeps to his word of maintaining transfer business right up to the closing of the window. The 23-year-old Montenegro winger is training on his own in Sweden after leaving the Russian club in the wake of the invasion of Ukraine. With Fifa suspending his contract, Celtic could get the player for less than his £6 million valuation. Vladislav Zimagulov, a Russian transfer expert, said: “Rubin have agreed to sell Haksabanovic to Celtic. The clubs will agree a fully fledged transfer, and not a loan.
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