WHO Poll
Q: 2020/2021 Where will we finish up this season?
a. Top Four, Champions League here we come
b. 5th-7th Europa League is well within our grasp
c. 8th to 14th anywhere in mid table is about right
d. We're in a dog fight before a ball has been kicked and we'll do well to finish 17th or just above
e. GSB have derailed our season before a ball has been kicked, the Championship beckons

Lee Trundle 10:03 Wed Aug 15

Anyone seen collyrob around?

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Pub Bigot 5:57 Tue Mar 2
Re: Celtic
They have options and can do much better than Neil Lennon. They're a huge club, even if they are stifled by the league they play in, so getting a talented manager in won't be a problem as the Celtic job will be a platform to bigger things as the manager will have to balance demanding supporters, toppling Rangers and progressing in Europe.

The problem for Celtic is a resurgent Rangers who look the business. As I said in my post below, don't judge Rangers on results against the smaller clubs in the SPFL, judge them on games against Celtic and in Europe.

Gerrard has done an amazing job, Rangers play open football and he'll do okay when he comes back down south. I wouldn't hesitate to give him a go here if the opportunity comes when Moyes project is finished, because the job be has done at Rangers is remarkable.

Sven Roeder 10:50 Tue Mar 2
Re: Celtic
Steve Clarke is Scotland manager & taking them to the Euros in 3 months.
Can't believe he'd leave that for a club that wins 9 titles in a row & turns on their manager at the first sign of a poor season.

I'd LOVE it to be Frank Lampard

terry-h 10:31 Tue Mar 2
Re: Celtic
Arlene Foster and Gerry Adams both 500/1.

collyrob part of the committee deciding?

Manuel 4:15 Tue Mar 2
Re: Celtic
simon.s 11:50 Mon Mar 1

''Steve Clarke and Enzo Maresca in the running. Both assistants to Managers here, so a West Ham connection. You’d have to be pretty underwhelmed as a Celtic fan with those choices''

Completely disagree. Clarke is a very good coach.

terry-h 1:42 Tue Mar 2
Re: Celtic

Lambert might be a good bet. He played for Celtic for many years,and has 40 odd Scottish caps. No compensation for Celtic to pay either.

Grumpster 12:07 Tue Mar 2
Re: Celtic
The Scottish leagie is pony, but has a few things going for it over the prem so a shame the quality isn't there.

Players don't constantly cheat, you can still actually put in hard tackles without people wetting themselves and fouls being given, better refs who don't throw their toys around and no var.

Just a shame only 2 teams ever compete.

simon.s 11:50 Mon Mar 1
Re: Celtic
Steve Clarke and Enzo Maresca in the running. Both assistants to Managers here, so a West Ham connection. You’d have to be pretty underwhelmed as a Celtic fan with those choices.

WHUDeano 11:14 Mon Mar 1
Re: Celtic
Saw a mate on Saturday morning, casual villa fan (I’m living up in Cheltenham at the moment), randomly we got on to the conversation of the next Celtic manager....

“Paul Lambert” he said.

“Not a chance” was my reply, he even looked a bit confused when I said he was a shit washed up jock struggling in league 1 mid table with Ipswich, not sure he really knew.

After the news today, I just messaged him asking if it was a tip or a guess. He said it was a tip from a random tradey he met on a job last week, he limped on at 40s just in case, can still get 10s now, got to be worth a couple of quid given the history and circumstances...

zico 9:04 Fri Feb 26
Re: Celtic
I'm surprised that any good players go up there I mean it's been Rangers/Celtic for ever bar when Rangers got kicked out, and prior to that was it Aberdeen bar Hearts having a go once?!

Lertie Button 8:53 Fri Feb 26
Re: Celtic
Celtic's big summer signing was Ajeti
Defoe is still banging in goals for Rangers
All you need to know about Scottish football

Mike Oxsaw 4:39 Thu Feb 25
Re: Celtic
When I was growing up in the sixties the only noteworthy thing about Scottish football was the regular tonkings.

Sven Roeder 4:28 Thu Feb 25
Re: Celtic
Scottish teams in the Premier league feels further away than ever at the moment.

Hopefully Scotland & Wales both get independence & the Welsh teams can get purged too.

Alwaysaniron 4:19 Thu Feb 25
Re: Celtic
Frankly I don't care for Scottish football a bit. However growing up with a staunch Catholic mother other than West Ham i was effectively 'ordered' to have a soft spot for Celtic. Subsequent years have of course dulled that. However I do believe that if 'God forbid' they ever get into the English Premier League then Celtic would benefit greater than Rangers. Purely because of the exposure that they would receive in America. Saying that I hope it never happens and both teams can continue to rot in the joke shop league in Scotland.

Pub Bigot 3:17 Thu Feb 25
Re: Celtic
southbankbornnbred 12:18 Thu

I think all of that is true, aside from Rangers who are culturally and politically an abberation in Scotland.

Sven Roeder 1:12 Thu Feb 25
Re: Celtic
How do you know that?

Northern Sold 12:49 Thu Feb 25
Re: Celtic
In women's football the players have bigger penis's

goose 12:28 Thu Feb 25
Re: Celtic
Scottish football is about as relevant as women's football.

Sniper 12:24 Thu Feb 25
Re: Celtic
Growing up, it always seemed to be rangers who won the titles every year (the mccoist years) so I was more interested in Celtic and wanting them to win. Then they ended up with the likes of Larssob and nakamura and were really good to watch

Now though I think this season is hilarious. It’s unfathomable how awful they’ve become. They may have been on the verge of ten titles in a row but most of those were won without any competition at all. Last season was the first time rangers had built up a decent enough team to start to try to challenge and the lube carried this into this season and Celtic have totally crumbled

And they have Scott brown who is a total shit of a player

southbankbornnbred 12:18 Thu Feb 25
Re: Celtic
There's little doubt that, if you put the Sky money behind Celtic and Rangers, and allowed them into the Premier League, both clubs would be huge.

But that's all aunties and uncles. It ain't going to happen.

If anything over the past 25 years, Scotland has moved further away from England culturally and politically, so the idea that their best clubs could play in England, at the expense of big and well-established English clubs, is laughable.

In theory, though, both Glasgow clubs would be big players inside the Premier League. Fan bases, merchandising, sponsorship - all the add-ons that turn mid-ranking clubs (by revenue) into the bigger fish.

Russ of the BML 12:01 Thu Feb 25
Re: Celtic
I suppose anyone mildly interested in football would find the potential for a Gerrard v Lampard between the old firm something to look forward to.

I hate Lampard and Celtic and so would love to see Gerrard and Rangers smash them.

On The Ball 11:21 Thu Feb 25
Re: Celtic
Lampard's ego won't allow him to go up there.

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