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Celtzmad

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About Celtzmad

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  • Birthday May 3

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    East Kilbride
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    Football... Sport... Beer... Football... The usual!
    Support the Clyde & the Celtic
    Also follow the Motherwell, the Women's game, the Juniors

    Nay joke... I really dae live in EK. I know whit yer thinkin but you should try livin here!
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  1. GK - Craig Gordon (Celtic) Gordon RB - Shane Logan (Aberdeen) Logan VVD / Denayer Shinnie CB - Virgil Van Dijk or Jason Denayer (Celtic) LB - Graeme Shinnie (Inverness CT) Brown Jack Armstrong Johansen Tansey CDM - Scott Brown (Celtic) CDM - Ryan Jack (Aberdeen) Rooney Stewart RAM - Stuart Armstrong (Dundee United / Celtic) CAM - Stefan Johansen (Celtic) LAM - Greg Tansey (Inverness CT) CF - Adam Rooney (Aberdeen) CF - Greg Stewart (Dundee) Honourabe mentions: McGovern (Accies), Anderson (St Johnstone), Hayes (Aberdeen), Bitton (Celtic), Andreu (Accies) *Leigh Griffiths would have probably been in team of the year had he been starting regularly since August. POTY - Craig Gordon (Celtic) YPOTY - Jason Denayer (Celtic) MOTY - Robbie Neilson (Hearts)... John Hughes for Premiership MOTY if ICT secure third and win the Scottish Cup. Signing of the season - Craig Gordon (Celtic) / Greg Stewart (Dundee)
  2. In his last season at Clyde he was arguably our best player. He was great at getting forward from left back and really linked up well with McColm who played in front of him down the left with some nice one-twos. It's obviously a different level playing in the Premiership. He scored a couple of penalties for us aswell I think. He deserved his place in the 2013-14 PFA Team of the Year. He's a good footballer who I think could suit Accies philosophy pretty nicely and if he gets a chance you could have a good player on your hands.
  3. Jaime Barclay, Michael Daly, Ryan Frances, David Gray, Iain Gray, Fraser McGhee, Craig McLeish, Stephen O'Donnell, Keigan Parker, Ged Traynor and Kevin Watt have all be released. Steven McDougall and Scott McManus have also left. Any source you can quote? So we have retained 8 players for next season and 3 have been promoted from the under 20 squad according to the club website. Anyone heard any rumours of who we might be signing. Any possible reports of a 30-40+ season a goalscorer? Maybe Aguero or Big Zlatan as Messi and Ronaldo are probably slightly out of our price range...
  4. Craig Gordon to me is the best player at Strachan's disposal. If most don't believe he's world class, he's as close to being world class as what Scotland have got or had in a long time. Robertson, Brown and Anya are massive too. Johnny Russell and Stuart Armstrong will be integral to Scotland in coming years. Got to agree with David Marshall comment though. After his performances for Scotland and Cardiff in the Premiership throughout 2013/14, it's unbelievable really how he isn't atleast still playing in the Premiership. Up there with the best in Europe last season. Always been a superb keeper but could argue he's the most transformed player since Strachan took over.
  5. I generally don't disagree with you. But the only slight difference you could argue is Duffy has been in the managerial game for 25+ years and has earned his stripes, where as Fergie was only in his first season as a manager. Hey, football is all about opinion. But anyway hopefully next season Clyde will continue to progress under Fergie the way they did towards the end of the season.
  6. I generally thought he got the job because of his name rather than his ability as a manager. I thought it was a ploy on the board's part to try and attract more punters to the games because of his name rather than as the best fit to take the club forward. It was good to hear Fergie talking about playing expansive football but it has turned out to be something of an anti-climax this season despite a positive upturn in results in the last 3 months. Fergie's now had his first year getting to know the job. Now it's up to him find the players and assemble a team to produce it on the field next season to try and get us out of this league. I just wish he would focus less on writing so much about Rangers in the Record every week and fix this revolving door policy at Clyde with players. Hopefully onwards and upwards next season!
  7. Congrats on promotion and the fantastic league campaign. Robbie Neilson for PFA Scotland Manager of the Year definitely. Wee question to Hearts fans about right-back Callum Paterson. Anyone believe Paterson is good enough to kick on next season and possibly dislodge Hutton in a Scotland jersey?
  8. Couldn't agree more, it's what Clyde having been crying out for since Ian Harty. Especially since we landed in League Two/Third Division above all else. A striker that could notch 15/20+ goals a season could be the major difference between a promotion push be it a title challenge (which is what we should be aiming for) or play-offs at worst and another barren season in this league. It does become baffling how Clyde seem to be the only team can't find a regular goalscorer in this league anyway in last 4/5 seasons. The 24 goal Daly/McCluskey partnership worked really well in the 2nd half of last season with about 18 (I think) of them coming in the 2nd half of last season. Been going to Broadwood since 1998 but wee question... when was the last time a Clyde player hit 20+ goals in a season?
  9. Wee Gordo has put the 'heart' back in "Braveheart!"

  10. Much needed home win for Clyde. Great to start to season and great to be a Clyde fan these days too. Another good result for the Scotland girls today. The 'big' Glasgow derby tomorrow!

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