Discussion in 'Celtic Chat' started by Norm Peterson, Jul 12, 2017.
Discuss Olivier Ntcham in the Celtic Chat area at TalkCeltic.net.
He'll never be known as anything but in my eye's..
Neither did I for my first couple of replies. I responded to you calling it the most successful stint in our history.
I'll readily admit I'll use any chance I get to have a go at the fraudster so on that count I'm guilty. As for the thread evolving into talk about managers I'm not guilty.
I'll leave it at that and hopefully this thread can go back on topic
Winning the Treble Treble isn’t as successful as winning a European Cup. It is exceptional though.
Rat is good for a wee change up anaw.
Winning a treble treble when you have no * chance of winning a trophy in Europe will do me!
Nobody is saying it won’t do. Just that 1967 will always be more successful. Pinnacle of domestic football.
Pinnacle of European club football & arguably at that time world club football
True mate. I'd even go for the tranny * when I'm no feeling as bitter
Aye, that meant to say club instead of domestic
* Internationals frying ma brain
I still haven’t either typed or said his name from the second he left. He is and always will be the weasel to me.
What I find incredible is the guy that calls every * out for everything is amazed by that in the first place
I don’t think anyone will argue that 1967 is the highest point in our history. That was never in doubt.
When I said successful stint it was in regards to number of trophies over a period of time. Which the last 3 years has been our most successful.
People will literally find anything to argue about in here, it’s class.
Can’t believe you think the treble treble is better than winning the European Cup mate.
Fs mate get this back on topic...
Anyway, I’d rather Ntcham stayed and let Brown go instead.
No they won't
Aye, imagine Inter with Ikpeazu up top
Marseille are bracing themselves for a big bid for Morgan Sanson that would have a knock-on effect in their pursuit of Olivier Ntcham.
The French giants are keen on the Celtic midfielder but need to offload some of their big hitters before they can start moving for their main targets.
West Ham United are in talks with Marseille over midfielder Sanson and the fee quoted is more than £30million. He has also been linked with Premier League rivals Wolves.
The Ligue 1 side have also been trying to offload injury-prone Dutchman Kevin Strootman with no success.
But the sale of his midfielder team-mate, Sanson, could give head coach Andres Villas-Boas the funds he needs to rebuild – and Ntcham is high on his wanted list.
Porto were at the front of the queue and had been trying to land Ntcham since January but they are also refusing to meet Celtic’s asking price and could look elsewhere if they can’t agree a fee.
Reports have suggested there has already been a bid from Porto and further news has since come out of France that Celtic are looking for around £12million for the 23-year-old.
Porto hold the advantage of being able to offer Champions League football, while Marseille only qualified for the Europa League but that won’t deter them from pushing for Ntcham.
Celtic bought him for just over £5m from Manchester City two years ago and are looking to maximise their return.
Did we not win another couple of trophies in the late 60s