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3 minutes ago, gannonball said:

Thats pretty much my feeling on it. I however was never expecting anything like Motherwells but 100 quid off next seasons book would have done me. I also think Celtic are not the same to other Scottish clubs where predominantly the wages of players/staff are standard enough to us so I probably wouldn’t begrudge paying full price of a book. A pishy 50 quid voucher to spend on tat is just a terrible gesture for me.

Literally the last post I saw from you is accusing some other folk of rage too. Is this the replacement retort for the ‘tears’ stuff?

Has someone shat in the pie and bovril Celtic collectives cornflakes this week 

even @Henrik's tongue was moping about last night with the charisma of victor meldrew stepping barefoot on a plug 

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8 minutes ago, Jinky67 said:

And God forbid you are in a multi-ticket household, I pay for 3 yet we can as a household only really need 1 P2P however still need to pay for the other 2 ST’s or lose them. Close to 2k to watch a really really bad TV service with zero additional benefit.

 

Yeah its unacceptable  the more I think about it. Even if they went down the rebate route like last year where you had to claim the 100 quid or so I would have renewed without question.

^^^

Anyway Rageing timmy tears imo

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25 minutes ago, gannonball said:

Yeah its unacceptable  the more I think about it. Even if they went down the rebate route like last year where you had to claim the 100 quid or so I would have renewed without question.

^^^

Anyway Rageing timmy tears imo

“Fateful Throo and throo” imo 

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On 23/05/2021 at 11:27, Orbix said:

They’re running out of Monday’s before the CL Qualifier draw;

Tomorrow

Closed for bank holiday

7th

14th - With the draw on the 16th.

More than a few squad members away on international duty as well. Would be odd for them to know who they’re playing but not who’s in the dugout.

 

 

Running out of time here 

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On 27/05/2021 at 11:13, gannonball said:

Yeah its unacceptable  the more I think about it. Even if they went down the rebate route like last year where you had to claim the 100 quid or so I would have renewed without question.

^^^

Anyway Rageing timmy tears imo

I heard 30k took the refund not sure if that was true or not,if the board wanted to put additional value on the season ticket it should've included the colts and the ladies.
If and hopefully when fan are back arranging colts and ladies games at parkhead on the season ticket should be part of the disconnect between the club and fan base. 

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On 31/05/2021 at 08:33, Mr. Alli said:

£6m for Ajer with only a year on his deal would be excellent terms. 

I suspect they'd have been hoping for more considering they managed to get £7m for Stuart Armstrong when he only had a year left as well. I agree though, can't really sniff at £6m for a guy who is in his last year and was poor for large parts of last season.

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58 minutes ago, AJF said:

I suspect they'd have been hoping for more considering they managed to get £7m for Stuart Armstrong when he only had a year left as well. I agree though, can't really sniff at £6m for a guy who is in his last year and was poor for large parts of last season.

Is this more red top speculation?

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58 minutes ago, bennett said:

It's Sevco's fault....

 

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Celtic have just went through the most domestically dominant period in their history, achieving record breaking turnover figures with cash reserves never seen before in Scottish Football yet it’s somehow our fault they squandered all that in the matter of the last year or so 😂

They are desperate to try and Sevco their way out of this mess.

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Lennnon, celtic fans are kunts.....

 

 

Former Celtic manager Neil Lennon admits his final season was "joyless" as he hit out at at a "new breed" of fan who protested furiously.

The season started with the Parkhead club going for 10 Premiership titles in a row but the season quickly went off the rails.

Celtic's domestic dominance was ended by a meek League Cup defeat to Ross County, sparking angry protests outside the stadium.

Lennon remained in situ until February but walked away after another defeat to the Staggies and Rangers officially wrapped up the title just weeks later.

Things had turned toxic by the end of the Irishman's tenure and he admits being hurt and confused by supporter anger.

Lennon told The Times: "Speaking to the players the next day (after the League Cup loss) they were really disturbed and upset by that.

"Literally upset by it. That was the first cup defeat in 35/36 games. It was the end of an unbelievable cycle of success and for them to be treated that way was bewildering. They should have been lauded for it rather than abused.

"They were getting pelted with missiles. It was very sad. There was a new breed of supporters that I had nothing in common with and who belie the values of the club

They are the ones that are giving the club a bad name. 

It was definitely a situation like no other. You're going for the tenth title in a row and that was an obsession for the fans, an unhealthy obsession I felt. And we were in the midst of a pandemic where nothing was normal

So you put that together and there were a lot of things that were out of your control as a manager.

"I had nothing in common with those supporters and the way they treated Dermot and Peter as well, shocking.

"Considering in December we had just finished off another treble, two months later you are out the door.

"The whole thing seemed joyless. There was no credit it for it. It was just 'yeah Celtic have won another treble, move on'. There was a lack of joy around the place and that was really difficult.

 

"I wouldn't say I was hurt, I was more bewildered by it and the lack of time and the lack of faith that people showed in me.

"It's basically fans I'm referring to more than anything else.

"I can walk away with 21 medals as a player and a manager, the first guy to do the treble as both a player and a manager. If that doesn't mean a lot to other people, it means a lot to me."

Some have suggested that Lennon is a man out of time, with old school methods not suited to the modern game.

But the Celtic legend insists nothing could be further from the truth as he offered a vigorous defence of his record.

Lennon said: "People say 'he's not that good' or 'he's a dinosaur'. A dinosaur at 49 is strange. Eighteen months ago I beat Lazio in Rome, the first Celtic manager to do that.

"It's about changing the public's perception but then again it's not really their perception I want to change it's the owner, chairman or chief executive of a club.

Does it grate on me? Of course it does. It's just absolute nonsense. I'd just won a treble so if I'm a dinosaur what does that make all the rest? It's not like we played route one football.

"We were flexible with changes, we could play a diamond or a back three or 4-3-3, I had young coaches like John Kennedy, Damien Duff and Gavin Strachan who were very forward thinking and our coaching methods were all geared for the modern player.

 

 

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Really hard to disagree with anything NL is saying there. 

The truth is that after they got rid of him they actually did worse than when he was there. They could barely get a run of wins going at all.

Ultimately it wouldn't have made a difference what manager they had. Even Pep wouldn't have stopped this Rangers side over a full league season and especially not at any point where they could have reasonably sacked Lennon.

The problem is more related to recruitment and not selling players that should have been sold.

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26 minutes ago, Drew Brees said:

Nothing is ever his fault.

Absolutely zero attempt at being humble or even beginning to acknowledge his mistakes and faults.

A c**t.

Tbf mate, I read his comments as being aimed at the Green Brigade rather than the real Celtic fans as such.

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7 hours ago, AJF said:

Celtic have just went through the most domestically dominant period in their history, achieving record breaking turnover figures with cash reserves never seen before in Scottish Football yet it’s somehow our fault they squandered all that in the matter of the last year or so 😂

They are desperate to try and Sevco their way out of this mess.

Didn’t realise @Auldheid spoke for us all tbh.

 

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