Jump to content

Celtic filth


Recommended Posts

I'm genuinely amazed people think Enrico is a good poster. He doesn't pander to the green brigade but he's so blinkered it's unbelievable. If you mention anything about Celtic he has a hissy fit.

Pant wetting aside I don't think he's that bad. Not a patch on Hoopy mind you.

Link to comment
Share on other sites

Have to admit being disappointed with Rico's whataboutery as he's usually one of the better Celtic Posters where as fcuknuggets like Gormley it's just par for the course.

I have said Id be happy not only for the fans who caused the damage at Tynecastle to be banned for life by Celtic, but I'd also like to see Police Scotland find and arrest them.

You'll generally find these people are scummy arseholes, the only thing I probably have in common with them is that we happen to support the same football team.

My point I've been trying to make is that certain posters seem to blow everything out of proportion when it comes to Celtic fans, yet if fans of another club, no matter how small the minority are, do something similar it's played down.

If celtic fans get arrested for scummy behaviour, then I don't think it's asking too much for everyone else who acts in the same manner to be treated the same.

Link to comment
Share on other sites

I'm genuinely amazed people think Enrico is a good poster. He doesn't pander to the green brigade but he's so blinkered it's unbelievable. If you mention anything about Celtic he has a hissy fit.

You really throw the toys out the prams because I don't take your bait.

Anything with a hint of negative regarding Celtic, you're all over it like a rash.

I dare say you spend more time talking about Celtic than you do supporting Aberdeen

Link to comment
Share on other sites

The sectarian singing and apparent vandalism whilst disappointing, has not come as a huge surprise, such is the arsehole element in our support, especially our away support. Personally, I don't find it coincidental that over the last couple of years there appears to have been an increase in this sort of behaviour whenever you have the Green Brigade and the like present. There should be no more fannying about with this, anyone found guilty of such behaviour should be banned from Celtic Park for life.

Though I do have to say, it doesn't take much for people on here to get their Celtic perma-rage on. Plenty of people have highlighted how Hearts have swiftly acted about the wrong doing amongst the Hearts support, but very few seem to be button bashing about the fact a Hearts fan was arrested for sectarian behaviour or that a Celtic fan needed medical treatment after being struck by a coin thrown from the home section. Like someone said earlier, surely if you are to speak out about one, you should speak out about the other.

Another thing, I was reading that apparently a Hearts fan tried to enter the field of play.....surely the numpty who fell over the advertising board isn't being classed as trying to enter the field of play.

Link to comment
Share on other sites

The sectarian singing and apparent vandalism whilst disappointing, has not come as a huge surprise, such is the arsehole element in our support, especially our away support. Personally, I don't find it coincidental that over the last couple of years there appears to have been an increase in this sort of behaviour whenever you have the Green Brigade and the like present. There should be no more fannying about with this, anyone found guilty of such behaviour should be banned from Celtic Park for life.

Though I do have to say, it doesn't take much for people on here to get their Celtic perma-rage on. Plenty of people have highlighted how Hearts have swiftly acted about the wrong doing amongst the Hearts support, but very few seem to be button bashing about the fact a Hearts fan was arrested for sectarian behaviour or that a Celtic fan needed medical treatment after being struck by a coin thrown from the home section. Like someone said earlier, surely if you are to speak out about one, you should speak out about the other.

Another thing, I was reading that apparently a Hearts fan tried to enter the field of play.....surely the numpty who fell over the advertising board isn't being classed as trying to enter the field of play.

Can you list these sectarian songs?

Link to comment
Share on other sites

Can you list these sectarian songs?

From what I heard at matches recently.

Say Hello to the Provos, the SAM song, the Roll of Honour, Go on Home British Soldiers, the Ambush at Loughall, there will be others that are escaping me at this point, but I am sure you get the gist. Unless you do not believe there is a section of the Celtic support who participate in the singing of sectarian songs.

Link to comment
Share on other sites

From what I heard at matches recently.

Say Hello to the Provos, the SAM song, the Roll of Honour, Go on Home British Soldiers, the Ambush at Loughall, there will be others that are escaping me at this point, but I am sure you get the gist. Unless you do not believe there is a section of the Celtic support who participate in the singing of sectarian songs.

All of those songs are popular among the away support. None of them are sectarian.

If you want to criticise the singing of irish Republican songs at Celtic matches, batter in. That's an entirely different debate altogether.

We don't sing sectarian songs at games. Not anymore anyway.

Link to comment
Share on other sites

So today it's still everybody else to blame then.

Have celtic banned the people arrested for sectarianism yet? Or retracted the made up bullsh*t about someone trying to get at one of their players? Or condemned the ar*eholes who once again broke seats, graffitied the walls, smashed up the toilets and threatened the staff. Thought not it's the celtic way, reduce everything to them and us and brush everything under the carpet to ensure the bigot pound keeps rolling in, shameful.

As for the boy on twitter maybe you should build a bonfire and throw him on it, lovely little tune that.

Link to comment
Share on other sites

All of those songs are popular among the away support. None of them are sectarian.

If you want to criticise the singing of irish Republican songs at Celtic matches, batter in. That's an entirely different debate altogether.

We don't sing sectarian songs at games. Not anymore anyway.

They are sectarian songs. Whoever, you are free to view them in anyway you like, that is up to you.

Link to comment
Share on other sites

They are sectarian songs. Whoever, you are free to view them in anyway you like, that is up to you.

They are most certainly not sectarian songs. Which sect are you claiming the songs attack? Can you post one line from any of the songs that denotes any religious group. Doubt it.

The only song we have that could be considered sectarian is RITG and I've only heard that on buses in the last few years. Never at games.

Edited by Gormley
Link to comment
Share on other sites

They are most certainly not sectarian songs. Which sect are you claiming the songs attack? Can you post one like from any of the songs that denotes any religious group. Doubt it.

The only song we have that could be considered sectarian is RITG and I've only heard that on buses in the last few years. Never at games.

Sectarian isn't based purely on religion, it also covers political sects. The clue is in the name, "sect".

Like I have said, if you don't view them as sectarian, then that is purely up to you.

Link to comment
Share on other sites

Sectarian isn't based purely on religion, it also covers political sects. The clue is in the name, "sect".

Like I have said, if you don't view them as sectarian, then that is purely up to you.

You're making up lies about the Celtic support. You're going to have to justify it. Which sect do the songs attack.

Are you Keith Jackson?

Link to comment
Share on other sites

You're making up lies about the Celtic support. You're going to have to justify it. Which sect do the songs attack.

Are you Keith Jackson?

No lies. Already have. Already explained to you that you falsely believe sectarian is purely based on religion.

No.

Link to comment
Share on other sites

No lies. Already have. Already explained to you that you falsely believe sectarian is purely based on religion.

No.

You're dodging it here. Which sect do the songs attack?

I'm not looking an argument here. You can just admit you're talking shite and we can move on.

Link to comment
Share on other sites

seamus :lol:

It's BelfastDim (self-appointed protector of the oppressed).

He also appears to have slyly edited his post to remove the bit where he said that the Celtic support sing sectarian songs on the way to games.

Link to comment
Share on other sites

Guest
This topic is now closed to further replies.
 Share

  • Recently Browsing   0 members

    • No registered users viewing this page.
×
×
  • Create New...