What's unpopular is ultimately subjective and some of these might be quite common but I thought I'd share them anyway. Lennoxtown is a stunning setting but the actual training centre building is absolutely awful looking. A wasted opportunity to build something that would have been breath-taking given the surroundings. It annoys me every time I look at it. Those Celtic bloggers whose primary focus is the Huns are * tragic. Although he's an ex-Hun, relatively speaking, I don't really mind Ally McCoist. You'll Never Walk Alone is a great anthem, sounds better at Parkhead than any other European arena, but it doesn't feel like our song. There should be an official memorial of some kind to Celtic players who fell in both world wars - albeit it should be primarily concerned with their status as Celtic players and not as monuments to British imperialism or even to the British military more generally. It is a fact that some Celtic players died in these wars, this cannot be airbrushed from history - but it should be commemorated in a way that is sensitive to the club's history, is sufficiently distanced from the official 'Remembrance' farce and which does not allow us to be negatively stigmatised or even worse, be patronised about 'not knowing our history'.