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06 Mar 2019 22:28:35
Moving on from last week BR was good for us at the time And sure at the time I was angry when he left and it was really bad timing but he had his own reasons and I don't think a lot of people will know the true reasons why. I don't hate him for it it's his choice we just have to move on no man is bigger than the club but I don't hate him And truly I wish him and his family well.

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06 Mar 2019 22:58:09
I totally agree and think some of the stick he has been getting has been way over the top.

06 Mar 2019 23:14:47
I agree with you Tony, I wish Brendan all the best, think if you want to criticize people, do it to Dembelle, and Boyata, these two stalled, stopped, disrupted, changed, the whole of Celtics season, what is the point of having s contract these days,?, if it infringes your human rights, don't sign thing, in the first place,

06 Mar 2019 23:26:08
I respect your stance but on reflection cannot see Amy reason for his departure except the huge job (a lot his own making) that we face in new season. Self interest is (to an extent) justifiable but I cnnnae go the talk of his legacy I’m hearing. His legacy is yes, improving players already there but his signings! Good grief! Ed might turn out well but who else? In June we need to sign a back four and a striker to stand still! Mountain! Good coach, MAYBE a god manager but more his loss than ours. The grass for him will never be geeener than what he had. I personally also find it funny that he moved before the Hibs game, what was his league record against them.?

06 Mar 2019 23:46:11
I agree Tony, there are always two sides to a story, always cause and effect.

Unless you were present in every meeting, all you can do is guess at what happened.

He won us 7 trophies in a row, I thank him for that.

No one man is bigger than Celtic, we move on.

07 Mar 2019 00:02:04
tonybhoy tonybhoy tonybhoy have you amnesia mate. regardless of the reasons he left he tried to destroy our dream of 10iar and the tt by trying to poach every senior coach we had leaving us with no one for the 2 edinburgh games. for that mate he will always be hated by me. i do not wish his family any ill feeling but i hope he fails miserably at every club he ever coaches at and then mabe one day he will realise what he gave up for his own wee ego and the 30 pieces of silver.

07 Mar 2019 01:57:19
Don't think I'll ever understand him leaving at the time he did, it's unforgivable as far as I'm concerned. Having said that what happened to his family, I wouldn't wish on anyone, horrible situation for a mother and child to be in, they must've been terrified. Hope they're both OK.

07 Mar 2019 09:13:15
The Board must have known the score and prepared as best they could; bringing in (quality) loan signings until a new boss was secured, agreeing long term deals with KT, Ajer, Cal-Mac and Rogic, while securing Broony's services for the transition.
They also must have had NL on 'speed-dial' when the moment came.
I will always be grateful for what BR (and the team) achieved during his tenure, but the manner and timing of his departure was damaging.

07 Mar 2019 09:14:12
Fully agree with u stephbhoy. Hard to understand the timing and how he could leave the way he did. That being said my heart goes out to his family over that shocking incident at there home.

07 Mar 2019 09:20:28
As DownunderBhoy pointed out, we do not know what was going on behind the scenes but speaking from experience I know when I am not happy in a job your judgement can get clouded and you are only too happy to leave when the opportunity arises.

My opinion is that I thank him for what he done for us and wish him well in the future. Yes I was disapointed he left when he did but I shall not judge him for it as I don't know all the facts.

07 Mar 2019 10:15:53
guys i totally respect your views but please don, t forget he tried to hurt the supporters. if he wants to hurt the board that's fine i have a few ex employers i wanted to hurt. no doubt he signed a confidentiality clause so he can't speak out against the board so he tried the next best thing stop the tt and 10 iar knowing how much hurt it would cause and the ramifications against the board.

07 Mar 2019 10:57:17
Agree totally with downunderbhoy on this as there are two many unknown factors. Facts are undisputable but the problem is when we try to give an interpretation to the facts. If you look at a circle >o the most you can possibly see is 180 degrees but all of us have a tendency to judge as though we could see 360 degrees. It is true that if you have various people looking at the circle from different angles you get a clearer picture but I doubt that we can ever know everything.
We can speculate all we want but that is all it will ever be speculation. whose fault isit, The Board, PL, BR, the players, the sectarianism, us fans, Boyaya, Dembele etc etc, I surprised no one has said it was it was Neil Lennon's fault who with the help of senior players in the club who had been dropped by BR sabotaged Br and negotiated a Coup (you know that's not any more ridiculous than some of the theories I have read.
BR is the PAST and a new permanent manager is the FUTURE. Let's stop worrying about the past and the future in case we balls up the PRESENT The present is Lennon and whether he is here for 3 months or 3 years he has my 100% support (and when the present becomes the past the new guy will have my 100% support)

07 Mar 2019 12:50:50
Very well put donjim.







 

 

 
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