Discussion in 'Transfer Rumours' started by Blochairnbhoy, Aug 13, 2019.
Discuss Champions league exit will hamper the squad building - Neil Lennon in the Transfer Rumours area at TalkCeltic.net.
Yer * right we care and we are hurting badly the now
Never catch wee Andy saying us, that's for sure..
Block heed is scum..
Haha you wished, Switzerland was always on the money making side... So I guess I have to take Lawwells side
Well, I have to confess you seemed not the most offensive guy before and I didn't followed the whole the conversation but your harsh tone irritated my neutral heart.
I normally * canny stand the wee *, but he is right this time. Makes my skin crawl saying that.
* Andy Walker the horrible sneaky *. * Charlie Nicholas and * Kris Commons. Chris Sutton and John Hartson show you can be a fair pundit without the need to kick our club when its down. Never seen Andy Walker or Charlie Nicholas rock up at celtic park for any reason. Bang on the money. Bunch of horrible weasel like rats.
Tbh with over £40m in the bank we shouldn’t be banking on anything!
If AIK * us out and the huns Get to the group stages they get every penny in the pot!
We shouldn't be banking on it every year. But every year we do.
* billionaire majority shareholder who wont put his hand in his pocket. What's the point?
We also forgetting the £9m from Rodgers alone!
Buzzing to see the accounts.
Will the include the KT money @Blochairnbhoy ?
Lol, Strachan towing the board line.
"Celtic don’t need to panic buy. They have enough. I really don’t know if they have to do too much.
"Do they want to go out and buy someone just to appease the ‘baying hoards’ – more likely five or six moaners on the internet – or do they just calm down and know that they have enough?
"If there’s something super duper out there, of course, they’ll do it, they’ve done that before, but they won’t be pushed into anything drastic."
No they will not mate.
They will include
Plus the rest of the usual income and expenditure plus what lawwells bonus actually was!
* that wee thicko anaw
THEY’VE lost Kieran Tierney and have been sent tumbling out of the Champions League.
But former boss Gordon Strachan insists Celtic DON’T require major transfer surgery.
Romanian outfit CFR Cluj stunned the Scottish champions with a 4-3 qualifying win at Parkhead last night.
Fuming fans have pointed the finger at manager Neil Lennon and the Hoops board for blowing the chance of reaching the lucrative group stages.
Summer signings Boli Bolingoli and Christopher Jullien – who cost a combined £10million – were dropped for the clash, with Callum McGregor being played out of position at left-back.
Yet despite the club’s glaring defensive frailties, Strachan doubts there will be an influx of new arrivals before the transfer window closes on September 2.
He told Paddy Power: “Celtic don’t need to panic buy. They have enough. I really don’t know if they have to do too much.
“Do they want to go out and buy someone just to appease the ‘baying hoards’ – more likely five or six moaners on the internet – or do they just calm down and know that they have enough?
won’t be pushed into anything drastic.”
Lennon has been fiercely criticised by Hoops supporters on social media for his team selection, with veteran Scott Sinclair completely bombed out the squad.
Bolingoli, a £3m capture from Rapid Vienna, and Jullien, a £7m signing from Toulouse, were brought in for occasions like last night but have yet to win the trust of Lennon.
Strachan, though, has backed his close pal to silence the boo boys by building on the club’s blistering start to the domestic campaign.
Celts put seven past St Johnstone on the opening day of the season before thumping Motherwell 5-2 at Fir Park last week.
And Strachan said: “Celtic have scored 15 goals in three games, and they’re in crisis. It’s a funny game. And that so-called crisis is only in the Twitter and Instagram world.
“The club will be calmer than those online. It’s happened before, at the same stage last season, so Celtic will know what happens.
“And, let me tell you, there’s nobody better than dealing with this kind of situation than Neil Lennon.
I’ve seen people who look unflappable during television interviews and then go home and crumble and cry themselves to sleep.
“Neil might not be as good on the telly as some of those but, trust me, on the inside he’s as cool as anyone you’ll meet. He’s a way of walking through chaos.
“He might get a bit twitchy, or look at someone like they’re daft, during interviews, because he hasn’t had the same level of media training as others have, but he’s perfect for dealing with this kind of crisis, he’s done it all his life.
Of course, he’ll be upset about the result, as so much of his life has been about European football.
“But all he can do is move on and keep winning, get that ninth title in a row. That’s huge, and Neil knows that.
“Since they’ve won the eighth one, the pressure around Celtic has been immense to get the ninth.
“You say to anyone in the world ‘your team will win the league eight years in a row’ and they’d sit back and wait for the statues to go up and the stadiums to be renamed. Celtic’s a different beast.”
Rangers fans have been rejoicing at their Old Firm rivals’ Champions League KO as they aim to close the gap on the treble Treble winners.
But Strachan – now technical director at Dundee – insists Celtic’s exit is no cause for celebration.
He added: “Celtic not reaching the group stage of the Champions League affects the whole of Scottish football, not just those at Paradise – there should be no celebrations across the country for fans of other teams.
“OK, so Rangers supporters are obviously going to revel in it, and they’re OK, they’ve got enough money, but it negatively affects everybody else in Scotland.
“For instance, a few years ago when Celtic reached the group stage, Premiership clubs got something like £400,000.
“It benefits everyone when they do well. We need to be asking ‘how can we help?’ – not just Celtic, but the other teams in Europe, Rangers and Aberdeen.
“Do we need to cancel the league games before European matches to give them more time to prepare? We need to look after our teams.”
We never qualified this year for the same reasons as last year.
We didn’t learnt from Athens games. If we fail to learn from Cluj games then we won’t be in the CL next year either.
This is THE time to seriously invest in the team.
I take it’s he’s not seen our full back options.
* off Ginge
What is it with these * * and their idiotic comments?
Both Lennon AND his wee ginger fuckpig pal have came out and needlesly attacked the Celtic support with personal digs - the "devil dog" bawbag carrying on his trend, all the while forgetting that Lennon has already said in the media that we need more players.
So, is it simply just us * thicko unemployed * sitting drinking super lager moaning on the internet that can see this, or does wee mutant face hold the same contemp for the "manager" for saying we already need more players in?
I'd honestly love to meet some of these cretins face to * face...
Can always rely on Strachan coming out the day after a negative result spouting his pish defending the board, it's like clockwork, guy's a *.
5 or 6 moaners on the Internet probably got him sacked from sky..
We bought any Killie players yet?
Five or 6 moaners