A Kings Ransom

For much of the tenure of Dave King at Ibrox we have been hearing about terms such as “Overinvesting” ,”Warchest”, “Star signings” who will “Walk straight into the team” only too happily related by the SMSM. Now we are hearing terms like “Ransom” as quoted by Warburton being used in basically identical pieces of alleged

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Cutting the deadwood

Celtic fans myself included are anxious to see who will be coming in, equally important though is who will be leaving. I have nothing against the players i believe should move on, i merely don’t see them as part of taking the club forward. Tyler Blackett has only started 4 games and those as a

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Get Hooper back to Paradise

Celtic is a massive club, some don’t know until they have left. That said many Hoops fans have an almost Arsene Wegner approach to the the transfer market, whereby every transfer request is nothing more than a personal attack on a relationship that outgrew itself. Footballers let’s be clear are pretentious and ambitious, if they

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No Pyro no party?

Pyro is beautiful, it lights up the stadium or street, it flies into the air and draws all attention towards it, it is itself the visible passion of football. That said, pyro is illegal and the papers love complaining about whoever lets it off. So with all the chat about what behaviour is antisocial; should

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Fantasy transfer market of Sevco

So the time has come to spend for the Newco. As reported in the Daily Record, Sevco are launching a £500,000 bid for a player who uncannily has managed to draw comparison to Messi. With Sevco operating at a shortfall of at least 1 million pounds even after the £6.5 loan, the idea that they are going out to

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Defining window for Ronny

The January transfer window is going to be a defining period in the tenure of Ronny Deila. He needs to bring in a centre back to partner and hopefully draw the best out of Simunovic as well as a striker who will walk into the team and take his place beside Leigh Griffiths. Our technical

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Newco drowning in debt prepares to spend

£6.5 million is the amount of money that has been raised and duly declared to the faithful and unquestioning masses. The £5 million for the loan to Mike Ashley and the  £2.5 million needed to see the year through. £6.5 million, simple. Time to go buy players, talk about moving on from financial impropriety and either

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