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19 Jul 2017 23:04:11
Happy enough with that run out tonight. A few ring rusty performances but to be expected at this stage of the season. If Linfield had sat any deeper they would have been in the car park. They set up for damage limitation. Job done.

On a less positive note it looks like another fine in the post for the banner. What were they thinking for feck sake?

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20 Jul 2017 00:13:32
I'm sick of seeing Celtic fans moan about the green brigade.

Most of the stadium join in on rebel songs and yet some offended at a banner?

Imo when the other 40,000 silent fans start to sing and create an atmosphere, then they can slate the green brigade.

Bunch of happy clappers moaning about controversial banner, at least the green brigade create noise.

20 Jul 2017 01:00:14
Look mate I have no problem with the GB. I enjoy what they bring to games but that banner was ill-considered and stupid. I get it was designed to wind up the opposition supporters after the treatment in Belfast, but, it will achieve nothing more than another kick up the hole from UEFA.

Happy clapper? Very good! I go to gsmes to watch football. I'm just not a Saturday night rebel who frees Ireland every weekend after a few pints. I don't feel the need to wear the badge having lived through it.

20 Jul 2017 08:55:12
Happy clappers tesla! Just because people have got a problem with these idiots putting up banners that get our club in trouble constantly doesn't mean they'r any less of a fan! Yes the green brigade create a great atmosphere, but when they start that Shoite and it gets our club in trouble I have a problem with it! How many times do the club need to be fined before these half wits learn? The problem with them is they think they'r untouchable because they create an atmosphere at the games! They sunk to that mobs level last nite when in reality we were playing a part time diddy team who are nowhere near our level! The green brigade have got to big for there boots IMO! They actually think the whole match day experience revolves around them! It's Celtic I come to watch not a bunch of half wits waving banners and singing Shoite they know will harm the club!

20 Jul 2017 10:09:06
Our support has some amount of sensitive PC bitches nowadays.

Linfield fans sing up to their knees etc. Im not offended. Let them sing it . Im an adult not a little offended girl at everything.

Yes we get fines. Like 16k? We spent like 25k a week on Boerrigter. We give away almost as much for the paradise windfall.

Just excuses from fans who go to the games and don't even sing. Sit n roll your eyes at the green brigade.

Best atmosphere in europe. aye only for the big games.

20 Jul 2017 10:43:44
Hahaha aye rite u are pal! U mite not be a little offended girl but your certainly a moron! We payed boeriggter 25 k a week so it's ok to get fines! And comparing getting the fines to the paradise windfall! Hahaha! And I go to the games and sing and so does my 2 mates and nephew! And I don't remember any of us rolling our eyes at the green brigade, because unlike wee star struck clowns like u we're actually watchn the game and not creaming our boxers at the latest banner that's being held up! Bet u cannae wait til the schools go back so u can't finish 2nd year at the tenth time of asking! 😱😱🙈🙈😂😂😂😂😂.

20 Jul 2017 11:24:58
I really considered not bothering responding to you Tesla, however I want to set something straight. You consider anyone who disagrees with that banner as a PC bitch. You are probably some 18 year old kid who wasn't even born when I was burying friends who got shot dead before they reached that age. If you are older than that then you should have outgrown the tough guy act by now.

The GB knew exactly what reaction they would get before they did it and took a conscious decision to carry it through. If you think it is in some way justifiable to equate the weekly salary of a player to an avoidable fine then so be it. If you also think that squandering £16k on a fine when we have hard working people and old age pensioners going to food banks or choosing between heating and eating then that is a your problem. All this so you can show how much of a Peacetime Provie you are. Some of us are trying to concentrate on stray shot Moussa and not 'One Shot Pat' when we watch games.

20 Jul 2017 11:45:01
what was on the banner tesla?, i never saw it.

20 Jul 2017 12:01:42
abighandforjeremybeadle; excellent post. Even if the guy is 18 or younger spouting nonsense he's picked up from ill informed, as you call them, Peacetime Provos, is just crass and juvenile. Wish there was some time machine that we could put some of these people back to and they can learn first hand what the Struggle and those people, may innocent.

20 Jul 2017 12:59:22
I know mate. The sad and cruel reality is that there are too many families still living with the fall-out on a daily basis. It wasn't all songs and banners. I remember travelling over to Glasgow in 1983 to attend my first game and it was a welcome distraction from the madness that passed for normality in those days.

The last thing I want to contribute is to say I defend everyone's right to free political expression. I personally feel that there is a time and a place for it, my time is not at a football game, but others think differently. I regret starting and prolonging the debate but there you go. Back to football for me.

20 Jul 2017 13:33:34
Juvenile? Coming from a supposed adult who throws insults when presented with an argument.

Insults like calling people juvenile or peacetime provos etc.

That is your level of maturity. Some of us will always remember sacrifices given and struggles over hundreds of years. So unless you are 300 years old maybe you can't speak for all of history.

From 1798 onwards similar struggles and battles to maintain their freedoms and identity that you may now not have today if they didn't

War is horrible but it happens and thanks to the people who were willing to stand up to tyrants much more powerful than they are.

All over the globe. Not just irish.

20 Jul 2017 13:54:29
firstly its not a crime to be an Irish Republican, so it seems strange that it seems to be a crime to sing Republican songs, the struggle was a legitimate war to try to end the occupation of Ireland by invading british crown forces, but back to the songs and the banner, i think it was just revenge for the orange lot for their treatment of griffiths last week.

20 Jul 2017 14:50:17
I didn't realise that history started 300 years ago! You have more in common with the DUP electorate than you realise. Why did you go off on a tangent talking about global politics when the point was about a banner referencing and IRA sniper in South Armagh? Why am I even asking for feck sake? More 'Diaper At Work' than 'Sniper At Work' in your case with the shite that is coming out of you.

20 Jul 2017 15:43:21
It was you who suggested becauae your age that your opinion matters more. I highlighted that the struggle is far older than any of us so to suggest my opinion doesn't matter based on age is nonsense.

As for the banners

If u don't like it you can start your own ultras group, hold hands and sing kumbaya my lord.

20 Jul 2017 16:04:30
Singing songs about irish history and battles is not a crime the english sing about saving the queen and all that dambuster stuff so what's the difference.







 

 

 
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