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Sunderland Vs Celtic trouble

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Talking of disorder in friendly matches, anyone see the Celtic v Sunderland trouble yesterday? that grade A Bellend Tommy Robinson was doing a book signing in a corner shop wearing a Rangers shirt

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23 hours ago, alexukhc said:

Talking of disorder in friendly matches, anyone see the Celtic v Sunderland trouble yesterday? that grade A Bellend Tommy Robinson was doing a book signing in a corner shop wearing a Rangers shirt

Seen that, what a absolute moron. Should have been arrested for inciting trouble...

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7 minutes ago, yardy said:

Seen that, what a absolute moron. Should have been arrested for inciting trouble...

Agree, class A knob

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3 minutes ago, yardy said:

Seen that, what a absolute moron. Should have been arrested for inciting trouble...

Not sure of his motives for wearing a Rangers shirt but do you really believe that everything that occurred was due to him?

Pretty daft friendly for an English club to arrange in my opinion. Absolutely guaranteed to generate hostility.

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Just now, Loon plage said:

Not sure of his motives for wearing a Rangers shirt but do you really believe that everything that occurred was due to him?

Pretty daft friendly for an English club to arrange in my opinion. Absolutely guaranteed to generate hostility.

For sure there was more going on than him wearing a Rangers shirt, i was just highlighting what a t*** he is....i doubt the Celtic fans will forget.

Isn't Robinson a Sunderland fan?

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14 minutes ago, yardy said:

For sure there was more going on than him wearing a Rangers shirt, i was just highlighting what a t*** he is....i doubt the Celtic fans will forget.

Isn't Robinson a Sunderland fan?

I thought he was a Luton fan.

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20 minutes ago, YorkshireSection said:

He is a MIG mate, completely correct 

 

Eh? I thought that was the original Tommy Robinson.

I'm not saying that you're wrong, sounds like I am. So the one to which we're referring was also in that firm?

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3 minutes ago, Eddie Hitler said:

So's "the baby squad" but I won't be going up to them to point this out!

I will ;)

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9 minutes ago, Eddie Hitler said:

Eh? I thought that was the original Tommy Robinson.

I'm not saying that you're wrong, sounds like I am. So the one to which we're referring was also in that firm?

He wasn't 'the' Tommy Robinson but I thought he was involved with the Luton firm at some time in his life.

Could be wrong mind but I'm sure I've read it somewhere. Of course it could've just been an accusation thrown at him.

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7 minutes ago, Peter O Hanraha-hanrahan said:

He wasn't 'the' Tommy Robinson but I thought he was involved with the Luton firm at some time in his life.

Could be wrong mind but I'm sure I've read it somewhere. Of course it could've just been an accusation thrown at him.

Cheers, that makes it clearer.

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25 minutes ago, Eddie Hitler said:

Eh? I thought that was the original Tommy Robinson.

I'm not saying that you're wrong, sounds like I am. So the one to which we're referring was also in that firm?

He took his psuedonym from the original one - he's of Irish descent real name Lennon I think

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5 hours ago, yardy said:

For sure there was more going on than him wearing a Rangers shirt, i was just highlighting what a t*** he is....i doubt the Celtic fans will forget.

Isn't Robinson a Sunderland fan?

RIP Lee Rigby

 

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Just now, yardy said:

Disgusting...horrible club

If they (and Rangers) were ever allowed to play in English Leagues it would be a bloodbath

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5 minutes ago, yardy said:

Disgusting...horrible club

Its shit like this makes you like rangers more and more

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4 minutes ago, BobBobSuperBob said:

If they (and Rangers) were ever allowed to play in English Leagues it would be a bloodbath

No bloodbath when Rangers played here. Warmly welcomed in BS3. Celtic would not be 100%. Never.

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51 minutes ago, Three Lions said:

No bloodbath when Rangers played here. Warmly welcomed in BS3. Celtic would not be 100%. Never.

They would be welcome up the Filwood Catholic club by many of the KW reds.  :-)

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On ‎30‎/‎07‎/‎2017 at 14:11, alexukhc said:

Talking of disorder in friendly matches, anyone see the Celtic v Sunderland trouble yesterday? that grade A Bellend Tommy Robinson was doing a book signing in a corner shop wearing a Rangers shirt

Robinson is a vile excuse for a human being, but sadly there are a fair few Celts who should being hanging their heads in shame after the weekends events and I got that from a Celtic mate who was at the game. Funnily enough I've just been having a bit of a Facebook row with a City mate who branded all Celtic fans as scum which I reacted to a bit. 

It is common sense, but it is worth repeating, just because some Celtic fans (and Sunderland fans) behaved like dicks at the weekend doesn't mean all their supporters are 'scum' , Just because some big brave City boy attacked a Twente fan who it seems clearly wasn't 'looking for it' doesn't make all City fans *******, and equally, despite the previous actions of some of my fellow Gas, I am perfectly capable of walking past a police horse without throwing a punch, although if I do catch the 13/8 favourite that managed to lose in a four horse race at Newbury a week ago I may not be responsible for my actions.

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22 minutes ago, Miah Dennehy said:

Robinson is a vile excuse for a human being, but sadly there are a fair few Celts who should being hanging their heads in shame after the weekends events and I got that from a Celtic mate who was at the game. Funnily enough I've just been having a bit of a Facebook row with a City mate who branded all Celtic fans as scum which I reacted to a bit. 

It is common sense, but it is worth repeating, just because some Celtic fans (and Sunderland fans) behaved like dicks at the weekend doesn't mean all their supporters are 'scum' , Just because some big brave City boy attacked a Twente fan who it seems clearly wasn't 'looking for it' doesn't make all City fans *******, and equally, despite the previous actions of some of my fellow Gas, I am perfectly capable of walking past a police horse without throwing a punch, although if I do catch the 13/8 favourite that managed to lose in a four horse race at Newbury a week ago I may not be responsible for my actions.

You're alright Miah, I like your words, shame bout your choice of teams, but like you said they aren't all scum

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30 minutes ago, harrys said:

They would be welcome up the Filwood Catholic club by many of the KW reds.  :-)

maybe but the KW blokes who do the England trips with catholic backgrounds know the score. this jihaddy and ira shit has no place here and is not welcome.  

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20 minutes ago, Three Lions said:

maybe but the KW blokes who do the England trips with catholic backgrounds know the score. this jihaddy and ira shit has no place here and is not welcome.  

Of course, but a massive majority of Celtic fans do not support any terrorism organisation so it's a bit of a generalisation to say that Celtic fans are not welcome. 

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7 hours ago, Loon plage said:

Pretty daft friendly for an English club to arrange in my opinion. Absolutely guaranteed to generate hostility.

You can't say that about Celtic, @Miah Dennehy insisted on here that Celtic fans just don't cause trouble, ever....

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Just now, BS4 on Tour... said:

You can't say that about Celtic, @Miah Dennehy insisted on here that Celtic fans just don't cause trouble, ever....

I thought we drew a line under that- but anyway, you will see from my earlier comments in this thread that simply isn't true :)

 

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9 minutes ago, Miah Dennehy said:

I thought we drew a line under that- but anyway, you will see from my earlier comments in this thread that simply isn't true :)

 

We drew a line under the 'Celtic fans aren't political' disagreement....violence is a different issue!

You did post the following on several posts in the 'Scottish Football' thread:

"You won't find instances of Celtic fans causing trouble...they are welcomed all over Europe"

"I promise you Celtic fans don't get involved in fisticuffs, it just isn't their thing.."

"If you think Celtic fans have a reputation you are very, very mistaken.."

...etc....

Changed your mind?!

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7 minutes ago, BS4 on Tour... said:

We drew a line under the 'Celtic fans aren't political' disagreement....violence is a different issue!

You did post the following on several posts in the 'Scottish Football' thread:

"You won't find instances of Celtic fans causing trouble...they are welcomed all over Europe"

"I promise you Celtic fans don't get involved in fisticuffs, it just isn't their thing.."

"If you think Celtic fans have a reputation you are very, very mistaken.."

...etc....

Changed your mind?!

You do realise that when you put something in quotation marks you at suggesting this is  EXACTLY what was written or said? So when you start to miss out key words it starts to look like you are being deliberately misleading. In fact, it's actually libellous, so feel free to apologise (I won't hold my breath)

' You won't find MANY instances of Celtic fans' and 'they have been pretty much welcomed all over Europe' is actually quite different from what you claim I wrote.

I couldn't even be bothered to look up the other 'quotes'.

Anyway, well done, you have succeeded in annoying me enough to stay away for a bit. I hope you enjoy the rest of your season searching for quotes to catch people out on the internet and then doctoring them to suit your agenda if you cant find what you want.

Oh yeah, and I hope you get dicked by Barnsley :)

 

 

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1 minute ago, Miah Dennehy said:

You do realise that when you put something in quotation marks you at suggesting this is  EXACTLY what was written or said? So when you start to miss out key words it starts to look like you are being deliberately misleading. In fact, it's actually libellous, so feel free to apologise (I won't hold my breath)

' You won't find MANY instances of Celtic fans' and 'they have been pretty much welcomed all over Europe' is actually quite different from what you claim I wrote.

I couldn't even be bothered to look up the other 'quotes'.

Anyway, well done, you have succeeded in annoying me enough to stay away for a bit. I hope you enjoy the rest of your season searching for quotes to catch people out on the internet and then doctoring them to suit your agenda if you cant find what you want.

Oh yeah, and I hope you get dicked by Barnsley :)

 

 

Touchy when you get proved wrong...that's common, don't worry. Apologies if I missed out a word or two, but you have consistently posted on here words suggesting Celtic fans aren't political and don't get involved in violence....ten fines for political misbehaviour in five seasons and now the Sunderland incident make your words seem hollow....at least we let Rovers fans debate on here...pity your sad forum is so paranoid about 'them pesky 'teds' daring to indulge in similar banter and debate, so you just ban them....surely that's worse than being slightly mis-quoted on here?

ps - I hope your tinpot outfit get 'dicked' in every match .....and the comedy they consistently provide really does cheer up alot of people around here!

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3 hours ago, Loon plage said:

RIP Lee Rigby

 

They just can't help themselves can they? I'd like nothing more than to see them go bust, just like Rangers did.

I am sorry to hear about Groundhoppers story. Hopefully the so called "fans" involved get banned from the stadium.. As for the lot making "contact" with FC Twente hooligans for a scrap. Grow up you bunch of muppets.

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7 hours ago, Loon plage said:

He took his psuedonym from the original one - he's of Irish descent real name Lennon I think

Stephen Christopher Yaxley-Lennon, is his real name!

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4 hours ago, Loon plage said:

RIP Lee Rigby

 

Yep - another typical performance from the non-political, non-violent fans that @Miah Dennehy endorses so much - how dare they glorify the murder of Lee Rigby....lowest of the low...

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7 hours ago, BS4 on Tour... said:

We drew a line under the 'Celtic fans aren't political' disagreement....violence is a different issue!

You did post the following on several posts in the 'Scottish Football' thread:

"You won't find instances of Celtic fans causing trouble...they are welcomed all over Europe"

"I promise you Celtic fans don't get involved in fisticuffs, it just isn't their thing.."

"If you think Celtic fans have a reputation you are very, very mistaken.."

...etc....

Changed your mind?!

What Miah says is generally true but they do have a few bad apples ( not unlike ourselves) not sure why you seem to have an unhealthy interest in Celtic, it's not as if Rangers don't have a small following of Racist bigots

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2 hours ago, harrys said:

What Miah says is generally true but they do have a few bad apples ( not unlike ourselves) not sure why you seem to have an unhealthy interest in Celtic, it's not as if Rangers don't have a small following of Racist bigots

Agree, I find them both as bad as eachother. Politics and Religion has no place in Football. Two horrid clubs who I hope never play in England.

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11 hours ago, harrys said:

Of course, but a massive majority of Celtic fans do not support

but allow that green brigade terrorist idolising to exist there!!!

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10 hours ago, BS4 on Tour... said:

Touchy when you get proved wrong...that's common, don't worry.

He didn't get proved wrong. You changed what he had written. That's appalling! A new low for this forum. 

I hope Mr Dennehy doesn't stay away too long. I enjoy reading his views on this and other subjects.

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55 minutes ago, RedZepperin said:

He didn't get proved wrong. You changed what he had written. That's appalling! A new low for this forum. 

I hope Mr Dennehy doesn't stay away too long. I enjoy reading his views on this and other subjects.

I didn't change anything deliberately, I obviously didn't remember his quote exactly...I missed out one word.

The other two quotes I remembered exactly. And you'll see that I apologised to him too. To say my error is a 'new low for this forum' is what I'd describe as 'appalling' - a genuine error is a 'new low' after some of the tosh put on here?! I may stay away too...

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11 hours ago, Miah Dennehy said:

You do realise that when you put something in quotation marks you at suggesting this is  EXACTLY what was written or said? So when you start to miss out key words it starts to look like you are being deliberately misleading. In fact, it's actually libellous, so feel free to apologise (I won't hold my breath)

' You won't find MANY instances of Celtic fans' and 'they have been pretty much welcomed all over Europe' is actually quite different from what you claim I wrote.

I couldn't even be bothered to look up the other 'quotes'.

Anyway, well done, you have succeeded in annoying me enough to stay away for a bit. I hope you enjoy the rest of your season searching for quotes to catch people out on the internet and then doctoring them to suit your agenda if you cant find what you want.

Oh yeah, and I hope you get dicked by Barnsley :)

 

 

@Miah Dennehy My error in missing out a word from your quote has been described as 'a new low for this forum' by @RedZepperin - I don't agree with him or her on that, but I will again apologise to you for mis-quoting you. And I will agree with @RedZepperin in saying I hope you don't stay away for too long.

I fancy a break from all this though.

Cheers

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12 hours ago, Wanderingred said:

They just can't help themselves can they? I'd like nothing more than to see them go bust, just like Rangers did.

I am sorry to hear about Groundhoppers story. Hopefully the so called "fans" involved get banned from the stadium.. As for the lot making "contact" with FC Twente hooligans for a scrap. Grow up you bunch of muppets.

Contact was unsolicited and came from FC Twente just to clarify.

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As someone who supports the green side of Glasgow I hope that all the fans in the 'Lee Rigby' video are identified and banned.  They will not be missed. It is moments like this which ruin Celtic's name, which is such a shame as Parkhead produces probably the best atmosphere on these isles. 

As for politics in football, it has a purpose. In the Soviet Block, football stadia were a place for people to meet and protest in large numbers against the Soviets. In Greece, football fans have again been able to protest against the EU and the sanctions placed on their country. Many clubs like St Pauli in Hamburg also politically push liberalism which is part of their clubs core identity. However politics can also manifest itself like it does in Glasgow, which is reflected in N.Ireland, as well as far right groups like many Italian Ultras. A fine balance with politics on the terraces. 

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15 hours ago, Miah Dennehy said:

Robinson is a vile excuse for a human being, but sadly there are a fair few Celts who should being hanging their heads in shame after the weekends events and I got that from a Celtic mate who was at the game. Funnily enough I've just been having a bit of a Facebook row with a City mate who branded all Celtic fans as scum which I reacted to a bit. 

It is common sense, but it is worth repeating, just because some Celtic fans (and Sunderland fans) behaved like dicks at the weekend doesn't mean all their supporters are 'scum' , Just because some big brave City boy attacked a Twente fan who it seems clearly wasn't 'looking for it' doesn't make all City fans *******, and equally, despite the previous actions of some of my fellow Gas, I am perfectly capable of walking past a police horse without throwing a punch, although if I do catch the 13/8 favourite that managed to lose in a four horse race at Newbury a week ago I may not be responsible for my actions.

I agree with most of what you say but sadly I believe that the club itself is reactive and not pro active where instances like this occur and even then the reaction is slow and usually fudged.

Now forgive me if I am looking in the wrong place but I cannot find anything on the club website or Scottish press condemning the actions of yes 'the few' but something that follows an all too familiar pattern with Celtic.

 

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1 hour ago, Welcome To The Jungle said:

As someone who supports the green side of Glasgow I hope that all the fans in the 'Lee Rigby' video are identified and banned.  They will not be missed. It is moments like this which ruin Celtic's name, which is such a shame as Parkhead produces probably the best atmosphere on these isles. 

As for politics in football, it has a purpose. In the Soviet Block, football stadia were a place for people to meet and protest in large numbers against the Soviets. In Greece, football fans have again been able to protest against the EU and the sanctions placed on their country. Many clubs like St Pauli in Hamburg also politically push liberalism which is part of their clubs core identity. However politics can also manifest itself like it does in Glasgow, which is reflected in N.Ireland, as well as far right groups like many Italian Ultras. A fine balance with politics on the terraces. 

How many people do you think go to Parkhead to have politics shoved down their throats - genuine question as you should know far better than me. Personally, I would have something to say if I had to see some self appointed wise asses making organised protests or statements week in week out regtardless of their stance..

The fact that the Green Brigade appear to be tolerated and worked around says a lot to me about Celtic i'm afraid.

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