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19 Dec 2016 04:05:54
Just reading there we had scouts at the Anderlecht Eupen game last night. Could lead to nothing of course but Belgium and particularly Anderlecht could be a good hunting ground for us imo and there's a few players there who wet my lips. Tielemans and Dendoncker (scored twice) the pick of the bunch, like Dembele, widely considered Europe's better prospects. There's Kara who I have seen mentioned by a few folk on here and is a classy centre half, a big athlete too. Or possibly from Eupen, they have a handy wing forward by the name of Henry Onyekuru.


1.) 19 Dec 2016 09:07:58
All good that you might be looking at Tielemans and Dendoncker but that is as far as that one will go. Kara, yeah sure he could be a good signing for you, but he'd cost you £5mil plus. That doesn't exactly work with the Celtic transfer policy (buy low sell high) . If I'm being honest aswell I don't see many players wanting to leave belgium and come to Scotland, they have a better quality of league over there. Unless ofcourse it is players who aren't getting first team action.


2.) 19 Dec 2016 10:17:07
OSA, thankfully I don't think 5m will be an issue now; with Rodgers in, Dermot Desmond having a bit of a wake up, and no John Park/ Peter Lawell transfer team. I think we'll now start to see the correct levels of investment, that we should have all along.

As for players coming to Scotland from Belgium. I don't see why Glasgow Celtic, playing in the Champions League regularly can't attract players from Belgium. We could always offer them more money if we're not attractive enough already. Dembele came from a better quality league.


3.) 19 Dec 2016 10:36:30
Maybe Celtic will change their policy, maybe they will spend some of that money. Most players worth going for in Belgium play for the bigger sides, meaning they are already on a big wage and have European football each year, not to mention the football is far more competitive in Belgium. Dembele to Celtic was always a strange one to me, Maybe the lure of European football and Scotland being of a lesser quality made him and his agent think it was a good move?


4.) 19 Dec 2016 11:02:32
OSA, I understand where you're coming from. Take Dendoncker for example. A young player, already playing for the biggest club in their homeland, already with the prospect of European football, might not see Celtic as a step forward. Then again they might. That said player might not be Belgian either, and might see Celtic as a more attractive option (I'm biased aye, but I would) . I still think we have the financial muscle too, to offer a player in Belgium a better salary. And let's face it, money often talks. The average Anderlecht player salary is 600k pa, or roughly 12k a week. We're safe there. Anderlecht would be well within their rights to demand £20m for Dendoncker. But shy bairns get nothing, and unless we try we won't know. The club has adopted the wrong mentality for several years, and sadly it's rubbed off on a lot of the fans. End of, I'd dare to dream and go for a player like that, and I've seen stranger moves than a player going from Anderlecht to Celtic.

{Ed001's Note - Celtic do have a lot more money than any team in Belgium. Also Belgian teams are built around selling to survive, so they are always willing to accept offers that match their asking price for a player.}


5.) 19 Dec 2016 11:21:03
I thought we did have Ed, that's a good added point about their strategy as clubs.

{Ed001's Note - thank you.}


6.) 19 Dec 2016 11:44:12
Wages won't be the issue it'll be the asking price, if i'm being honest I hope you do manage to improve your squad, Scotland needs a team doing well in Europe right now.


 

 

16 Dec 2016 08:40:44
Morning Ed, quick question if you have the time. What have you heard about Hibs approaching us for KC?

{Ed007's Note - It seems to be the worst kept secret in football for a good few months.}


1.) 16 Dec 2016 16:45:12
Cheers. I didn't realise the news had broken about him having a medical. I wasn't sure if the papers were just putting two and two together.


 

 

22 Sep 2016 10:06:26
Victor Lindelof. Supposedly the player we keep watching at Benfica.


1.) 22 Sep 2016 12:00:01
Ah our legendary Benfica scout finally putting a bit of work in?


2.) 22 Sep 2016 13:34:44
Looks like he's finally spotted somebody, mikeb!

{Ed007's Note - So after all this time our scout has finally spotted a player that Chelsea were trying to buy for £25 million (Lindelof's release clause fee) if they couldn't get David Luiz back and a player who Benfica turned down a £20 million bid from Man Utd for in the summer?
Considering Inter Milan, Napoli, Juve, Real Madrid, Barca, Arsenal, Man City and Spurs have all shown varying degrees of interest - and Middlesbrough who thought they had stole a march on everyone and had him tied up for £20 million last January - I think someone's been pulling your leg, Jimbo. Or you're reading those inferior websites again.... naughty Bhoy!}


3.) 22 Sep 2016 16:04:06
You see, THAT'S why I come on here (yes) .

First I've heard of the player Ed.

It was on the DR web page, so aye!

{Ed007's Note - I'm surprised they didn't say he was heading to Ibrox. (yes)


4.) 22 Sep 2016 19:36:21
Here he said just looked at him. I look at rolexs all the time but never get one.


5.) 22 Sep 2016 19:13:37
Ed

So you are telling us there is a chance? (Famous Dumb and Dumber quote, couldn't resist) .

{Ed007's Note - Never say never as anything can happen but I think there's more chance of Gazza sorting himself out.}


6.) 22 Sep 2016 21:51:25
2 scary things about that.

1) the DR thinking we could sign this guy.

2) that Boro as a championship team at the time would have spent 20 million on 1 player.


7.) 22 Sep 2016 22:33:23
Scary things indeed a Celtic fan admitted that he reads and quotes from the Daily Record.


8.) 23 Sep 2016 09:14:52
Same goes for your posts chris.


9.) 24 Sep 2016 01:39:45
It would be utterly hilarious if said scout was PLS mates nan expat with a season ticket. Who knows?


10.) 25 Sep 2016 20:14:24
Saw the story a few days ago and filed it under "paper pish talk". From my understanding he has a £20 million buyout clause, which his club think is too low and for that reason are trying to get him to sign a new contract.

His current contract does not run out until 2020, so there is no way we could get him at a price we would be willing to pay.


 

 

31 Aug 2016 15:36:58
Reports RE McCarthy, it's all about his wages just now. He either has to lower them for a permanent deal or we're trying to negotiate with Everton to subsidise them for a loan spell.

Hernanes has supposedly chosen to stay in Italy.


1.) 31 Aug 2016 15:47:19
he needs surgery, so if there is any truth what's the point in a loan signing?


2.) 31 Aug 2016 15:50:27
They've asked for 20 million for a permanent deal.


 

 

29 Jun 2016 11:43:48
Just reading there that we first approached Dembele in January? Perhaps it was JP Ed. Or of course, he who shall not be named.


1.) 29 Jun 2016 11:57:30
They take the flak when we make uninspiring signings so they deserve some credit when we pull off a good one. Fair play to the whole club, we seem to be striving for something better this season and long may it continue.


2.) 29 Jun 2016 12:31:14
Totally agree kev. Obviously the requisite to this deal is the timing. But opportunities like this come up quite a bit, and admittedly I can't say for definite when we have/ not tried, but I just feel we've took our foot of the pedal whilst the klan have been away. That's water under the bridge though now and those that weren't operating the club as progressively as it could have have seem to have been given a kick up the backside. Onwards and upwards.


3.) 30 Jun 2016 01:06:15
Yes bhoys fair play to Brendan Rodgers and the whole club, it appears we have done well.


 

 

 

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13 Jan 2017 11:36:55
Morning Ed, if you get chance, do you know if Bastia and Anderlecht are actually talking to us about Ambrose and Boyata respectively? Seems to be a few rags on these rumours.

{Ed007's Note - Yes mate, Ambrose will more than likely be in France to finalise the deal this weekend and Boyata will move back to Belgium by next weekend but not necessarily to Anderlecht as there are a few teams interested in him as well as some interest from the Championship and perhaps Wolves.}


1.) 13 Jan 2017 14:23:53
Thanks a lot, that's why you da man. Reckon there could be a CB on the horizon then?

{Ed007's Note - If the exits happen it's got be as we'd be extremely short at CB. I should have said that Bastia initially wanted Ambrose on a pre-contract but Celtic told the player to tell them they won't be difficult to deal with this month and the Bastia coach today has said he will have 2 new CBs by Monday.}


2.) 13 Jan 2017 15:11:43
I'd be chuffed if we could get 1-2m between them! That's what I was thinking, if they both leave, one injury in that department and we're snookered.


3.) 13 Jan 2017 16:47:04
Jim Tim

We have Simunovic, Sviachenko, Toure and Lustig who can all play at centre half so not sure how 1 injury will leave us snookered. We also have the option of 3 at the back and both Tierney and Izzy have played in there this season so think we are covered for now.

I would like to see us thinning out the midfield a bit as we are still heavy on numbers in there.


4.) 13 Jan 2017 15:05:06
Ed I've heard Bailley is off to Seria A as well?


5.) 13 Jan 2017 15:37:20
Ed i heard that Ambrose wanted to stay in Scotland because he was trying to get UK citizenship and only had to wait till july. Is that bollocks?

{Ed007's Note - You need to continue living in the UK after you are awarded citizenship so Efe could only sign for a British team so Ambrose can't apply for citizenship AND sign a pre-contract with a European team.

https://www.gov.uk/becoming-a-british-citizen/check-if-you-can-apply


6.) 13 Jan 2017 19:47:43
Niall, I think it would. Say Erik got injured for several weeks. That leaves us Kolo and Jozo (who have question marks over playing 90mins every game) and young Ajer, who to be fair to the lad is still learning the ropes (although I'd like to see him get featured) . I'd put Lustig out the equation too as you need two players for every position, and may be needed at RB (worst case scenarios we're talking now) . Having to adjust your shape based on tactics is fine. Having to do it due to injury shows a lack of depth. Ideally you want two players for every position, and an extra one for each dept., imo. That means 5 CBs, if Lustig was the 5th, that only leaves us with one RB (again, worst case scenario) . Hope that makes sense, but you have to prepare for the worst.


7.) 13 Jan 2017 20:49:34
Ed that being the case that Ambrose needs to stay in uk to gain uk citizenship then he is going nowhere. can't see why he would go now

{Ed007's Note - So why's he planned to hold talks with a team in France?}


 

 

06 Dec 2016 21:44:51
Pleased with that. There were spells particularly in the second half there where we looked the better side.

Armstrong MoM for me. Yet another European tie where he covered more grass than anybody. He played a great passing game tonight.

We might be rock bottom of that group but there are positives and promising signs to be taken from this season's CL campaign.


1.) 06 Dec 2016 22:01:47
Definitely jimtim, biggest disappointment for me over the 6 games was the performance against the Germans at parkhead. Taking Barcelona aside, I feel there's plenty of positives to take from the two city games and the game in Germany. Was always going to be a massive ask to come out of that group and stay in Europe. Roll on the champions league next season.

{Ed007's Note - Nobody really expected to take anything from Barca - and we played well against them at Celtic Park - but nobody expected us to take anything from City and to get 2 draws, regardless of who they played tonight as it was still a £200 million team I seen someone say, is nothing short of fantastic.
And the fact is we're actually taking the game to these teams rather than sitting back and try and spring a counter-attack and snatch scraps.}


2.) 06 Dec 2016 22:21:26
Well said Ed. Our play in the away two away games we got draws was very refreshing.


3.) 06 Dec 2016 22:28:48
The BMG at home was always going to be a big game for us Garry. Take into account now we've managed to get points off City twice and away in Germany, that result really was a sore one.

That's the main thing for me Ed. The confidence in our own ability, and knowing that if you make the ball do the work, any side will not just be forced to allow us to play, but also give us the respect to do so. The way we move as a unit now though is a big part of that.

Just a few key signings away from a right good side I think.


4.) 06 Dec 2016 22:42:25
Couldn't agree more ed, definitely more positives than negatives to be taken from this years European games.


5.) 06 Dec 2016 22:44:11
Agreed. No doubt we'll hear about their b team etc, but lest we forget, one of our best players, and a starter tonight, can't even get into said b team. It was a good performance and a terrific result.


6.) 06 Dec 2016 22:44:28
Good point Ed, since BR took over we've seen that same attitude in pretty much every game. HH.


7.) 06 Dec 2016 22:44:34
Sums it up Ed. £200 million on the park and the players used will be considered second rate and the excuse for that result.

{Ed007's Note - The only City player that caught the eye was Paddy Roberts! I was hoping after he scored he had ripped his shirt off to reveal a KIERAN TIERNEY'S FENIAN ARMY tattoo before throwing his shirt in Guardiola's face. :-D


8.) 07 Dec 2016 16:42:58
hahaha that's the most i laughed in a while.

{Ed007's Note - It would have been awesome but we'd have had Nora on moaning about his tattoo and how he was booked for taking his shirt off.}


 

 

25 Nov 2016 11:38:00
It's so refreshing to read some of the comments coming from Moussa Dembele. That he sees his future here, isn't thinking about moves etc. Of course we might have our hand forced with a bid at some point, but it's nice to think that like, say, Henke, we could enjoy several years of a top talent scoring goals for us who appreciates where he is at.


1.) 25 Nov 2016 16:34:01
He has 4 year contract and Celtic won't let him enter last year in case they lose transfer fee. My guess is we will offer him new contract this summer or next summer and hope he stays. If he does not sign I can see him being sold in summer 2018.

{Ed007's Note - And if he's leaving in 2018 hopefully it's after he's been to the World Cup with France.}


2.) 25 Nov 2016 16:56:33
I certainly think we should be looking to extend his contract at the end of this season Rab. Perhaps even with a good buy out clause? That's a fair point about the World Cup too. If he continues the way he's going for the u21s he could easily be called up by then.


3.) 25 Nov 2016 17:14:14
I would be happy if he left in summer 2018 and I think that is the most likely date
The MSSM seem v anxious to upset him as they seem to enquire every week about when he is leaving.


4.) 25 Nov 2016 19:34:52
Oldbhoy and you are supporting the MSSM by discussing it just like them.
Personally if he goes I think the refs will be to blame lol.


5.) 26 Nov 2016 00:22:26
I think u misunderstand what I am doing, I am posting Dembele to stay 3 yrs, MSSM are asking him is he leaving in January .


 

 

17 Oct 2016 11:08:13
Attention to the CL now, and I think 4 points against BM is certainly achievable. Generally speaking I feel they're vetter on paper, but it's not played on paper. They're struggling to adapt to their new system/ shape and are going to be missing some of their most dangerous players. They play with a back 3 and wing backs typically. I can see them playing quite flat mostly away from home, which should allow us to dictate things. If and when they do decide to push on, I feel we've got what it takes in the forward and wide areas to punish them. It might realistically be a race for the EL between us and BM, but I think wednesday could be a cracker.


1.) 17 Oct 2016 11:18:57
Let's hope they turn up just on paper then. That will be easy.


2.) 17 Oct 2016 15:01:36
here's a question Bitton says he wants the noise to be turned up Wednesday after cl games my vocals and throat are in turmoil could wee lift it any higher lol?


3.) 17 Oct 2016 16:17:09
Sorry Jimtim but it is guys like you and a couple of my own tim mates who seem to think wednesday's game is already in the bag, all German teams are physically strong, well drilled and extremely fit, it will take a big big effort on our part to win. Also our european away form is nothing to write home about so even hoping for a draw there is a big ask, Celtic must improve in these away games to merit anything.
My mates are already counting the points because they "might" have a couple of players injured, but it never works out that way. I guarantee this game on wednesday will be as hard, if not harder than the other 2 games we have already played.
To end on a positive note, I think Rodgers has already changed our mindset and the players are more positive approaching these big games, so hopefully a hard 1-0 victory for us.


4.) 17 Oct 2016 16:40:35
There will be nothing easy on Wednesday night Timalloy and I think most of our fans know it . If we are to win on Wednesday night we need the whole team and the subs used all to play out of their skin .
Luckily enough we have Brendan Rodgers who is very adept at getting the best out of his charges and so I am looking forward to a brilliant game and the right result.


5.) 17 Oct 2016 18:00:05
Nobody I know thinks it's in the bag on Wednesday. If your mates do they don't seem the brightest.

This is a Bundesliga top four club.

They are still favourites.


6.) 17 Oct 2016 18:01:47
I don't think it's in the bag at all. I know they're a good side, I acknowledged that they have some better players than ours. All I said was that a win was achievable, no harm in guys like me.


7.) 17 Oct 2016 19:04:39
I agree jimtim, I don't read your post as this game being straight forward for Celtic. Like you I feel if we're to make the Europa league, or at least give ourselves a chance of it then Wednesday is a must win for us. Every honest Celtic fan knows how good and well organised German teams are but IF, and I say IF they have the injuries that are being reported we really need to try and take full advantage of that. All that being said it in no way means this is a stone wall 3 points. If we put in the same desire, determination etc as the man city game then the Germans will know they've had to work hard to take anything from the game.


8.) 17 Oct 2016 20:01:46
I'd like us not to ship 3 ourselves again Garry don't get me wrong, but like you say IF, without leaving ourselves too exposed of course, we can press and harry the way we did against City, and make them work as hard as we did then, we can do them. A wee bit of positivity now and again is ok.


9.) 17 Oct 2016 23:07:29
Guys I think we may struggle with the Germans. I watch quite a bit of European games and there league position should not be touted as a reflection of there performances. Someone touched on it above, German team are all ruthlessly efficient, they hold formation well and can move the ball around quick, not to mention for the most part they are pretty big lads. I think yeah we can get 3pts from Wed night, but at what cost. My main concern is carrying a tired team into the cup game. Remember after Man C game, we struggled at Dundee for the same reason. I would like to think we still have to much for the huns but I don't want to tempt fate here. Personally I can't wait till its past the now, because 2 do-ins in a row would be unanswerable. If they do the un thinkable and put us out another cup, well, its not worth thinking about.


 

 

13 Oct 2016 11:09:12
Morning Ed, was just wondering what you knew on these reported talks of a 'Northern European League'. Is it just precautionary for now? Are we talking Celtic, Rangers, Ajax, PSV, Feyenoord, Anderlecht, Club brugge, Standard, Copenhagen, Rosenborg etc?

{Ed007's Note - As soon as I seen TRIFC's name mentioned I stopped reading it.}


1.) 13 Oct 2016 13:17:13
Fair point (pmsl)

{Ed007's Note - The guy from Copenhagen was just giving his opinion but seriously, in what world do TRIFC have the finances, stadium and infrastructure to warrant being invited to any talks? The gulf between them and clubs like Celtic, Ajax, Feyenoord etc is just as big and daunting as it is when you look at Celtic compared to the 'big boys' breakaway league, we would need hundreds of millions of investment to reach that level and TRIFC would need the millions to reach the level of the teams you's mentioned. TRIFC have not been involved in any these informal talks. If they had been they would be shouting it from their dodgy rooftops.
Do you seriously think officials from a new league and the other clubs would be happy to see carpets held together with duct tape, buckets catching water dripping from the ceiling in the hospitality area where sponsors would be sitting and that's before they even have a look at the state of their training ground. They would need million invested in their stadium and infrastructure before they even thought about buying any players. Can you imagine the current TRIFC team playing an Ajax?
Just like Celtic fans want to be part of the 'big' breakaway because of our history, fan base etc TRIFC's only claim to any new league is because they see themselves as Celtic's main rivals - they have nothing else to offer any new league unless it's hanging off Celtic's coat-tails, it's the only way they can stay relevant. Celtic are light years ahead of TRIFC in every aspect, on and off the field we have left them behind. They need us more than we need them.}


2.) 13 Oct 2016 13:58:16
Well thanks for confirming that they're not in the talks (yes) .

I agree with what you're saying regarding the state they're in. I'd say potentially they're a big club, but there's the hurdle of still existing to get over before they even think about getting in the league of Celtic and Ajax et al. And potential isn't much when, like you say, they're so far behind.

Personally I'm happy playing in Scotland. I've gone 30 years, so what's another 30. But the landscape of European football is pretty unclear, apart from the fact it will inevitably change.

Are you being serious about the buckets and tape lol?

{Ed007's Note - Yes mate 100%, I've seen it with my own eyes and there was pictures floating about on social media a while back. Remember their laughable pie in the sky idea about volunteers helping out with odd jobs around Ibrox? That came about because the state of the place had been publicly highlighted.
Ibrox is an utter shit-hole, it's covered in rust and rotting steel and is falling apart, the seats (what shade of blue are they meant to be?) are a disgrace and should have been changed years ago, even the cheap banners they recently put up are looking tatty already. I say cheap banners but so far they've been free - the company that provided them hasn't been paid yet.}


3.) 13 Oct 2016 14:20:56
That's why I piss myself laughing everytime I hear one of their former players say that they're still around three years behind us ed007.
Maybe if we stood still for 10 years they might catch us.
But we are building and moving forward all the time.

{Ed007's Note - Whether it's 3 years or 30 years they will always be chasing us and aspiring to be us. Remember they had to cheat for years to stay in front of us, without that they would never have reached the heights they did and they don't have that option now, so how are they ever going to catch us?}


4.) 13 Oct 2016 14:25:28
I heard years ago the place had asbestos!

{Ed007's Note - Asbestos is fine as long as it's not disturbed to release the fibres into the air that can be inhaled/ingested.}


5.) 13 Oct 2016 14:39:48
That whole post was a joy to read Ed. Good knowing that they are struggling as nasty as that may seem.

{Ed007's Note - They're struggling to finance the rest of the season - how many of the clubs mentioned in ANY breakaway league can say that? It's preposterous to suggest TRIFC would be involved in any of this. Celtic are simply the only club in Scotland at a level capable of representing Scotland in any European league and clubs will need to be at a certain level and meet certain criteria to join.}


6.) 13 Oct 2016 15:09:27
No it's asbos they have not asbestos.


7.) 13 Oct 2016 15:10:23
Asbos and tossers

So daily rager said it was asbestos.


8.) 13 Oct 2016 18:45:31
I have often wondered why King, Warburton and Traynor have been spouting hot air on nearly a daily basis and finally it struck me, these liars are blowing hot air to remove the particles of asbestos from the crumbling stadium.


9.) 13 Oct 2016 20:46:23
Is it true Celtic have refused to sell tickets for the new years game until they get an all clear from an independent expert on safety matters at the crumble dome?


10.) 13 Oct 2016 21:20:27
How's about we don't sell them any tickets for our home games? Personally I'd rather see a full house of home fans minus the damage to our own venue. Have any of the many "people" captured on video vandalising our stadium even been charged yet because I've not heard anything?


11.) 13 Oct 2016 21:38:37
1 arrest to date I believe.


12.) 13 Oct 2016 21:40:15
Thats an interesting thought, Jimtim, Parkhead and Ibrox full of just the home fans, whenever Celtic play The Rangers and when The Rangers play Celtic, and maybe big screens at the gameless ground, with fans paying a nominal amount to watch the non live event, surely or perhaps this would generate extra income, and less acrimonious atmosphere at the live game.


13.) 13 Oct 2016 22:31:16
Cheers TTTS (yes)

Aindoh, it was for slightly different reasons but it was done with Sunderland/ Newcastle in the mid 90s. The game was shown at Newcastle Arena on large screens. I don't know if as a club Celtic charge any more to away clubs, but if not, what's the difference between cash out of our own pockets or cash out of the "peoples" pockets. Perhaps we're not quite at that stage yet but the cynic inside can see the toilet thing becoming a bit of a tradition.


14.) 13 Oct 2016 23:07:17
I wasn't aware of the independently reviewed safety request. It would be trully just and fitting if the were to receive a rule book skelping that cannot be avoided or dodged. Is this the rumbling story in the pipeline that has forced the player film company tax offset story to resurface? I hope it's a bit better than that, being greedy.
They rarely talk about it but if a tradesman of any level that is a season ticket or regular in ibrox tells you a tale, listen. Don't smile. they stop talking. Smile afterwards.


15.) 13 Oct 2016 23:50:33
they only want to join a northern atlantic league because it would start just in time to leave us stuck on 9 in a row they are terrified we get to 10 plus.

{Ed007's Note - After this story broke FC Copenhagen CEO Anders Horsholt received an e-mail from a J.Traynor in Glasgow that said... 'Let us in pal, We Arru Peepul'. And if you don't let us in I'm going to tell Big Halloween Houston and his druggie pal where you stay.'
Well it works in Scotland........


16.) 13 Oct 2016 23:50:59
History would tell you, rglen, that something must be surfacing regarding them. Why else would previously reported incidents be dragged back up. I've had a little sniff on the "peoples" page, for my sins, and the deluded are lapping it up, putting every twist on it imaginable, as if the ways in which employees of our club, not the actual club, spend money actually gives them some sort of moral salvation. Deluded doesn't come close.


 

 

 

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21 Jan 2017 15:29:29
Looked quality this season. Really hope this is true I mentioned him a few weeks back think he would be a great signing.


 

 

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20 Jan 2017 16:34:02
👍 Anyway, good luck to young Kristoffer. I think moving him to CB might be a very good idea.


 

 

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20 Jan 2017 15:52:46
I suppose Ed. There's another one there mind, I can say first hand, is almost as much of a #£$! I thought Clark might have asked McDermott. There either wasn't room or he didn't fancy it/ retired.

{Ed007's Note - I think McDermott is in a matchday ambassador type of thing at Anfield, JT, he must be in his late 60's by now.}


 

 

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20 Jan 2017 15:07:38
I do rate Clark to be fair. Can't say as much about his assistants.

{Ed007's Note - He needed someone who knows that Scottish game beside him and that particular pillock of the community was already there.}


 

 

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20 Jan 2017 07:57:48
As long as he keeps his nut down, ignores the clique and gets games he'll be fine.


 

 

 

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21 Jan 2017 00:12:49
We beat the mighty Barca, other teams started stoppimg them.

We beat what looked like an unstoppable City, other teams started stopping them.

Fact is, too many sides stand off and let them play.

That's all it is, show a bit grit, and anybody can be matched.


 

 

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20 Jan 2017 11:31:06
He's got quality. Question marks over his goals return though. BR was saying just last week that players up that end need to score goals. Happy Birthday for the weekend by the way.


 

 

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19 Jan 2017 19:44:17
Ah, the imperceptible talents of Barrie McKay. For the team second in the League, two goals might seem like nothing. And that's because it is.


 

 

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19 Jan 2017 17:23:08
A cup game though bruh? Na get off it man!


 

 

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19 Jan 2017 13:39:56
Naw I don't think you've got the correct logic there either Digi bud. Our own success comes way before another team's failures.