Violence Erupts in Glasgow.. 1.617.989 Reasons Why The Unions Dead…!!

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Frid sep 19 th goes down as a sad yet proud day for Scotland…sad because we lost the vote for
independence…but proud that 1.617.989 patriots decided to vote… ..YES…….the result will tell you that Scotland is definitely a split nation, this so-called union is done, at least in the 45 per cent on the YES side, what’s disturbing in this referendum is the religious divides that can’t be overlooked, the loyalists and the orangemen, the unionists and the Protestant royalists who clearly were never going to allow the rag…the butchers apron simply to disappear even at the cost of freedom from Westminster…..
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How ignorant and stupid these people are, also where we’re the other million voters who simply didn’t turn up, having been undecided myself for almost 2 yrs then deciding to vote YES I feel this is a huge blow for Scotland,my decision was based on many things, I won’t go into them now, there’s no point I’m annoyed because I really thought the Scottish people who voted NO had more passion and love for their country, but again it comes back to that old chestnut religious divides, throughout history catholics have fought oppression in Scotland and Ireland, it seems the undertones of loyalism are rife in Scotland, of that you can be sure now………………………………………….
 
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All you need to do is visit George Square tonight where the racist neo nazi union jack brigade are out in full force,whats more galling is the reports of them burning Scottish saltires how is that even possible I can’t quite get my head around that…they’d rather do that than grab freedom, the orange order,Vanguard bears ukip,etc must all be very proud today,there vile presence in George Square this evening was truly a representation of the NO voters………………………
The images and video are just a small portion of what was available on social media, I and other bloggers are posting this material, Facebook and Twitter are full of these images of racism,natzism,loyalism,orangism,yet our media sways away from the truth…scotland what have you done..youve just given the ukip..neo natzi loyalists the platform to run riot,mark my words this is just the beginning the orange order and the loyalists were always going to do this whether it was yes or no, Scotland will soon become a little ulster the union demands it and the scared population delivered it shame on you……
 
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Of course my thoughts might be seen as silly, but in the build up to the vote ,the intimidation shown by the NO camp was deplorable, even yesterday as people went off to vote the NO camps supporters were hanging like cock roaches at the polling stations, yes our nation is broken… and last night was our only chance…… the YES camp might not have secured Independence but every voter who voted YES are patriots not cowards like the 2 million arse.. licking loyalists …………………………………………
 I pondered on my YES vote for a long time but at the end of the day I can proudly say I feel like a patriotic scot,im not a sellout to Westminster and the crown, the butchers apron, a dead football club..loyalists are parasites and cowards, no backbone and no morals….when I put my x in the box I was doing it for family and the love of my nation…il sleep easy tonight knowing I was right with 45 per cent of this great nation, while the poisonous hoardes plan their nxt attack.stay safe the patriotic ones our conscience is clear and our hearts free …………………….
GOD BLESS SCOTLAND…………………………………………
COWARDS… NO 2,001,926 (55%)
PATRIOTS YES 1,617,989 (45%)
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The 2 videos below are only a few of several that were filmed last night this is sadly unionist Scotland at its best ……………

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No voter attacking yes voter while the baying loyalist mob looks on …

 
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Good post well put

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By Mike Small

For my friends, the ‘Proud Scots’, congratulations on your victory. Now there’s good news and some bad news for you No voters.

The good news: your vague ‘sense of Britishness’ is secure. Hurrah, no need to worry yourself any more.

The bad news: you have opened the door to £25 billion of austerity measures that will redefine the fabric of our society. On the plus side, you’ll still be able to get The Archers, so while people living in destitution sounds harsh, you won’t be inconvenienced.

The good news: the media is busy telling everyone that ‘home rule’ is coming to Scotland.

Bx7BGk7IMAADXXM.png-largeThe bad news: Gordon Brown just made that up. He’s not in government, it’s not yet 24 hours after the polls closed and the ‘Vow’ is unravelling before our eyes. Already the timetable has disintegrated. Couldn’t they have waited until the weekend before pulling…

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Salzburg 2-2 Celtic Europa League Game 1 Thoughts……….

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Celtic started their europa league campaign well with a 2-2 draw against red bull Salzburg thursday evening goals from new bhoy Wakaso Mubarak …and Scott Brown scored the goals ,generally the team played very well against a side who had a bit off a bad run losing there last 3 games,but whom have a bit of pedigree in the competition …Wakaso Mubarak really showed tonight why he can be a very important player for the club this season and win himself a full-time contract….

Also the return of Scott Brown was evident tonight as he added the steel and guile in midfield that’s been missing ….and of course contributed with a goal as well 2-2 away from home against a good side who had beat Ajax home and away previously isnt to be dismissed ..there’s no doubt Salzburg are probably favourites to win the group but celtic should be looking at 2nd and progression….to the 2nd Phase …

With 2 games to come now at home against Dinamo Zagreb and Fc Astra if we can win both it would put us in a very strong position in the group..tonights draw was a very good result i think the way the team have learned to settle for what you have was evident tonight …Ronnie deila and john Collins would have told the players that a draw would not be a bad result…

Stefan Scepovic had a quite game but the rest of the lads did really well none more so than Craig Gordon producing some fine saves to keep the Austrians out,some might have been unsure of the big fellas worth but he’s proved himself in recent weeks with some great goalkeeping..he can only get better,he commands the area very well and has a presence which is very much-needed,Fraser Forster was a fine goalie but big Craig Gordon is helping us move on from the great wall…

Tonights result will have settled Ronnie Deila nerves a little …last 2 games have been very promising indeed seeing the new guys get a run in the team has shown me that we can do well this season under the new boss …Craig Gordon looks like he will be a fine goalie,Van Dyk and Denayer can form a good central defensive partnership,Scott Browns return adds the guile to Midfield ,whereas Tonev and Mubarak ,can run the wings with their pace…

John Guidetti and Stefan Scepcovic may be our 2 up top and i think they will form a good partnership,and in Commons as your setup man we have the tools to win the league but also have a fine run in the Europa league ,im optimistic that 2 nd phase is achievable ,the celtic players will have returned home last night feeling a job well done they deserve credit for the result,lets build on it get behind the team next 2 home games hh

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OFFICIAL MATCH REPORT 

UEFA Europa League
Salzburg
Thursday, September 18, 2014

CELTIC…2
Wakaso 14, Brown 60

FC SALZBURG…2
Alan 36, Soriano 78

GOALS from debutant Mubarak Wakaso and captain Scott Brown sealed a deserved share of the spoils for Celtic in their opening UEFA Europa League match away to FC Salzburg.Wakaso’s sublime finish from 20 yards inside the opening 15 minutes gave him and the Scottish champions a dream start in Austria, though their lead didn’t last to half-time thanks to Alan’s deflected finish for the home side.An entertaining and enthralling match swung from end to end, before Brown’s long-range volley had the Hoops in front again on the hour mark.Craig Gordon was in inspired form for Celtic between the sticks, performing heroics on several occasions to repel Salzburg.

However, he could do nothing to prevent Jonatan Soriano salvaging a point for the home side with an unstoppable free-kick 12 minutes from time. Wakaso’s inclusion in the starting XI was the only change from the team who defeated Aberdeen 2-1 on Sunday, with Aleksandar Tonev the player to drop out. He was named among the substitutes.And it didn’t take long for the winger to make an impact. Just 14 minutes into the match, he received a pass from Kris Commons on the left and swept a first-time shot beyond Peter Gulacsi into the far corner. It was a sublime finish from the Ghanaian and the first serious shot on goal in the game which had started in cagey fashion. A deflected drive from Scott Brown and a rising shot from Marcel Sabitzer were the only incidents of note in the opening exchanges.

But once the Bhoys made the breakthrough the game became more expansive as the hosts sought a leveller and Celtic countered.Kevin Kampl came close to a quick reply, curling a shot inches wide from the edge of the area, before Salzburg talisman Soriano forced Craig Gordon into action at his near post from a free-kick Callum McGregor’s pinpoint pass then released Brown in the box but the midfielder could only drag his shot wide.Celtic had restricted the home side to trying their luck from distance until the half-hour mark when a wonder save from Gordon left them holding their heads in disbelief.Soriano flighted in a free-kick from the left and Andre Ramalho met it perfectly at the far post, sending his header arrowing towards the far corner. It looked destined for the net but somehow the Scotland internationalist leapt to his right and tipped it wide of the post.

However, the Hoops shot-stopper could do nothing as Adolf Hutter’s side equalised nine minutes before the interval. Alan was sent scurrying clear by Soriano and the striker’s shot deflected off Ambrose and spun over the helpless Gordon.Galvanised by their goal, the Austrian side pushed forward as half-time approached, with Sabitzer lashing a shot narrowly wide, but the visitors held firm.Further pressure would come in their direction following the restart, and Gordon had to produce a stunning double save to keep the score all square First, he pushed away Sabitzer’s low drive and he reacted quickly to keep out the rebound from Alan His team-mates were quick to show their appreciation.

However, Ronny Deila’s side still looked menacing when they attacked and an audacious attempt from Stefan Scepovic almost restored their advantage.Taking Kris Commons’ path in his stride on the right touchline he hammered the ball towards the target and Gulacsi was relieved to see the ball find the side-netting.But the keeper was soon picking the ball out of his net as Brown put the Bhoys in charge again. McGregor’s cross was only partially cleared and the skipper’s volley deflected off Ramalho beyond Gulasci.Chances continued to fall at either end as this gripping encounter entered its latter stages. Alan’s shot skimmed the outside of the post, before Anthony Stokes was denied by a last-ditch tackle after combing with Commons.

Wakaso remained a productive outlet for the Hoops, particularly as gaps opened up for him to exploit. And one explosive burst of pace saw him leave one defender for dead and setup McGregor in the box. His shot was blocked, however.But with 12 minutes left on the clock, Soriano showed his dead-ball prowess by restoring parity for the second time. The Spanish striker’s dipping and swerving strike from 30 yards was inch perfect. Even Gordon was unable to reach it.Wakaso could have won it as the clock ticked down after being released by Johansen but he could’t profit. However, on the whole, it had been a satisfying night for the Bhoys.

CELTIC (4-2-3-1) Gordon; Ambrose, Denayer, van Dijk, Izaguirre; Brown, Johansen (Kayal 92) McGregor, Commons (Tonev 75) Wakaso; Scepovic (Stokes 67)
Not Used: Zaluska, O’Connell, Bitton, Berget

FC SALZBURG (4-4-2) Gulacsi; Schwegler, Ramalho, Hinteregger, Ulmer (Ankersen 82); Kampl, Leitgeb, Ilsanker, Sabitzer; Alan, Soriano
Not Used: Walke, Schmitz, , Keita, Lazaro, Quaschner,Burno

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10 Great Celtic Fans Moments Recent

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 10 Great Celtic Fans Moments Recent 

 

1.kilmarnock v celtic call and response

2.celtic v barcelona 2-1

3.celtic v liverpool

4.manky mob v celtic

5.green brigade stuff

6.Celtic 3-0 the deed club

7.Green Brigade Zombie Nation in Section 111

8.Celtic fc Ultras compilation

9.Green Brigade Junior Capo

10. The Best of Celtic Fans

Ok theres some crackers in there hope you enjoyed the videos and please leave a comment or a like …one thing about celtic fans known around the world is were the most passionate and vocal for our club,and in full voice second to none hh god bless and enjoy another fine season …………….

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Celtic 2-1 Aberdeen Thoughts..Match Report..Pics n Pod…13th Sep 2014

 
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Two deflected goals for celtic ensured the hoops got all 3 points in whats always an entertaining game of football,pieces of good fortune don’t come along often so early season luck is most welcome…celtic defeated Aberdeen 2-1 in an evenly contested battle that often proves to be good entertainment for the supporters,the first goal came from a commons corner effe Ambrose found himself in a position to shoot and the Nigerians shot took a nick of Jason denayer on the way to the net 1-0 in 6 minutes and off to a good start………………….

The second goal was scored by Chris Commons a deflected shot of the unfortunate Aberdeen defender shaleum Logan ,throughout the game commons showed glimpses of why he’s such an important player for the team and i for one am glad he’s staying …with the returning Scott Brown our midfield strength will have improved and we can look forward to both Commons and Brown tightening it all up in there ………………..

So at 2-0 we were comfortable and should have maintained the first 60 mins of dominance but we allowed Aberdeen a lifeline on 61 mins when considines header across the box found goodwillie who scored with the header to make it 2-1…the dons had a few more chances and the warning signs were there as they pressed for an equalizer…………………..

Ronnie deila added to the days debutants of Stefan Scepovic and Alexander Tonev by introducing John Guidetti on 60 mins replacing fellow striker Scepovic he also brought on Kayal for Brown ,soon after on 70 mins he replaced Tonev with Nir Biton,at this stage the game was very even and the introduction of Kayal and Biton helped to tighten our midfield……………………..

once again i have to say how impressed ive been with Jason Denayer..as well as goals for a defender his touch and composure on the ball is very good,you can see why Manchester city have the kid on there books,seeing all the new guys get a run out was refreshing and the next few weeks consistency will be key………………………………………..

Our next match is on Thursday 18th sep in the Europa league against Saltberg from Austria a 6pm kick off which is on bt sports 3 live……………………………

we sit 4th in the league with a game in hand behind Hamilton and Inverness and Dundee utd so given we will be expected to win the 3 points on offer it should see us go top …having Scott Brown back from injury leading into an important phase with Europa league fixtures and league cup in the next few months will help no end as Scott Brown has been missed …………………………..

I like to make a wee prediction from time to time and im going to go for a 2-2 draw on Wednesday night against the Austrians …goalscorers Scepovic and Commons …i feel that wouldn’t be a disaster ,this is a tournament ive always said Celtic will do well in …im hoping at least second phase or quarter-final s here’s hoping we shall see ..HH GOD BLESS…………………..

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Official Match Report

Scottish Premiership
Celtic Park, Glasgow
Saturday, September 13, 2014

Celtic 2
(Denayer 6, Commons 46)

Aberdeen 1
(Goodwillie 60)

CELTIC held off a spirited Aberdeen fightback to claim a well-deserved 2-1 victory at Paradise. An early goal from Jason Denayer followed by a clinical finish from Kris Commons at the beginning of the second-half was enough to see off Derek McInnes’ side whose goal came on the hour mark from David Goodwillie.

Ronny Deila made four changes from the side that drew with Dundee in the last league match, with new signings Aleksandar Tonev and Stefan Scepovic making their debuts for the Hoops in place of Jo Inge Berget and Anthony Stokes.

Efe Ambrose also replaced Adam Matthews at right-back and captain Scott Brown made a welcome return to the starting XI, replacing Beram Kayal.And it was the Nigerian defender who helped put the Hoops in front after just six minutes.

Commons’ shot on the edge of the box was deflected out for a corner, and he took the set-piece himself, floating a ball into the Aberdeen area.Ambrose fired in a shot which hit off Denayer and ended up in the back of the net. It gave the Hoops the lead and from then on they dominated the first-half, with Scott Brown leading by example in the middle of the park.

Izaguirre fired a ball into the Aberdeen box which found Commons but his header went just wide, with replays seeming to vindicate his claims that Andrew Considine had pushed him in the back to deny him the goalscoring opportunity.

Last season’s Player of the Year then tested Jamie Langfield from distance and won another corner for the Bhoys but it came to nothing.Ronny Deila’s men dominated possession for the majority of the first half with Commons the main architect of the home side’s chances.

Callum McGregor was next to benefit from that creativity after a clever back-heel pass from Commons down the right wing set the Scotland internationalist racing towards the Dons box. He headed for the byline but then jinked inside and shot, only to see his left-footed effort go just wide of the far post.

Every time Aberdeen tried to push forward, Celtic threatened on the break. Tonev and Commons both went close again before half-time but the score stayed at 1-0 heading into the break.That changed within seconds of the restart after McGregor quickly broke down the Aberdeen right wing, cut inside and set up Commons in the box. He fired a shot towards goal which took a deflection off Shaleum Logan and into the back of the net to make it 2-0 to the Champions.

Aberdeen’s only response was a Peter Lawlett shot, which produced a good save from Craig Gordon in the Celtic goal, while at the other end, another Commons shot skimmed the top of Langfield’s bar.
On the hour mark, however, Aberdeen reduced the deficit. A cross to the back post found Considine rushing in. His header across the Celtic six-yard box was met by Goodwillie, who nodded past Gordon to make it 2-1.Ronny Deila made two changes in the aftermath of the goal. John Guidetti made his debut, replacing Stefan Scepovic, and Beram Kayal came on for Scott Brown.

Aberdeen almost claimed an equaliser through Willo Flood after his shot from outside the box was punched away by Gordon but Goodwillie was flagged offside after the ball fell kindly to him free in the box.
Nir Biton replaced Aleksandar Tonev which helped Celtic restore control of the midfield, and while both sides continued to go in search of a goal, there was to be no further scoring, with Ronny Deila’s side pleased with another three points.

CELTIC (4-2-3-1) Gordon; Ambrose, van Dijk, Denayer, Izaguirre; Brown (Kayal 60), Johansen; McGregor, Tonev (Bitton 70), Commons; Scepovic (Guidetti 60).
Not used: Zaluska, Stokes, Wakaso, , O’Connell

ABERDEEN (4-2-3-1) Langfield; Logan, Taylor, Reynolds, Considine (Rooney 76); Jack, Flood; Low (Monakana 62), Pawlett, McGinn; Goodwillie.
Not used: Brown, Murray, Robson, Wright, Smith

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Celtic v Aberdeen Thoughts PRE-MATCH..Sep…11TH..POD

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Celtic v Aberdeen Thoughts PRE-MATCH..Sep…11TH


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Out With The Old- And In With The New…..

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So this transfer windows passed and prior to it I didn’t think there would be any incoming deals, a few heading out on loan yes but I wasn’t confident in Celtic getting a couple of players in,especially with the Stepcovic…deal falling flat 24 hrs before the deadline, but it seems the club and Lawell worked hard to get that one across the line, He’s a striker who had a decent spell in Spanish Football and has an eye for goal……….

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The Swedish kid from city…John Guidetti ….looks a prospect and he scored a cracking free kick the other night for Swedens under 21s …………from the clips I’ve watched online both these players could be what we need in the final third, prolific and deadly…..

Stefan Scepcovic is 6ft ..1 and will put the fear into Scottish defences and the kid.John Guidetti from man City is a big lad, he’s built like a John Hartson in his hey day…and that strength will also prove invaluable in the months to come…

I’m looking forward to seeing all the new players…possibly in the team at the same time …i think we can look forward now…deilas choices wont change now till the next window,and that has to be settling for both him and the players…we can focus on our defence of the title.

 

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Stefan Scepovic goals 2013/2014 Sporting de Gijón

 

Of course with arrivals there has to be departures and 3 strikers and 2 midfielders. Etc have left.Temmu Pukki ,Amido Balde,Holmbert Fridjonsson,Jackson Irving and Dylan McGeoch all are out on loan for the season ………..

Our Nxt challenge is at home to Aberdeen Sat 13 th september with all the new guys hopefully fit it could be an entirely different look to the team …im sure the boss will want to try out the partnership of Stepcovic and guidetti asap…

If both can get off to a good start they may be the new look strike force,with Alexander Tonev and Wakaso Mubarak also to get involved in attacking positions,the goals could start to flow ,of course our defense has been a bit flat-footed so far this season and now the uncertainty about players is over with the window closing maybe we can get some momentum going….

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Alough a few of the new bhoys are loan deals it’s not all bad,yeah the celtic support want to see big money buys ,but i have to admit i like the loan deal option better,and its the way most clubs do business these days …you assess there potential then buy if they fit into the structure of the club..

having already seen Jason Denayer a couple of times i believe he’s got the attributes to become a top player in the game…im really glad we have the kid for the season because he looks assured and composed in our defence…

Yes people this season will be interesting indeed im excited to see what the outcome will be come end of may….HH

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