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seasider Offline
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Celtic v Rangers
Mon the Gers. Good start by them but it's probably only a matter of time before Celtic get on top.
(This post was last modified: 30-12-2017 12:09 by seasider.)
30-12-2017 12:09
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The Bhoys will win this no danger.

“Hail, Hail, the Celt are here”
30-12-2017 12:17
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Celtic just missed a sitter on the stroke of half time.. Still 0-0
30-12-2017 12:50
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Rangers deserve it but running out of legs
30-12-2017 13:48
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Missed a couple of sitters Rangers in the second half. Shame.
30-12-2017 13:54
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Great 0-0. Certainly wasn't boring. It's what the Premier League used to be like when teams actually attacked.
30-12-2017 14:05
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Celtic were awful, Rangers were well organised again under Murty who is class seemingly at getting Rangers up for big games. We should've started Ntcham, Rodgers swapping the team about too regularly costing us atm.

Could do us a favour going into January mind showing that we're way off the levels of last season.
30-12-2017 14:14
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(30-12-2017 14:14)seanmacca100 Wrote:  Celtic were awful, Rangers were well organised again under Murty who is class seemingly at getting Rangers up for big games. We should've started Ntcham, Rodgers swapping the team about too regularly costing us atm.

Could do us a favour going into January mind showing that we're way off the levels of last season.

Yep, you couldn’t beat them at thier poorest point in years.
“Ohhh the Rangers are shite”
(This post was last modified: 30-12-2017 15:45 by Hero-of-the-night.)
30-12-2017 15:44
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(30-12-2017 15:44)Hero-of-the-night Wrote:  Yep, you couldn’t beat them at thier poorest point in years.
“Ohhh the Rangers are shite”

We thought we'd gave them a break from the pumpings, give them a wee false sense of security before we head to Ibrox next year Wink
30-12-2017 16:05
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Seanmacca is a Celtic supporter.
Good clean sheet from Rangers that's the first time Celtic have failed to score domestically in 20 months at home. The second half was all Rangers can't think of a Celtic chance in it a draw was probably a fair result
30-12-2017 16:53
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(30-12-2017 16:53)blackpool ger Wrote:  Seanmacca is a Celtic supporter.

I’ve just re read his post, I don’t have a clue what I saw first time to think he was a Rangers fan.
30-12-2017 19:52
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(30-12-2017 16:53)blackpool ger Wrote:  Seanmacca is a Celtic supporter.
Good clean sheet from Rangers that's the first time Celtic have failed to score domestically in 20 months at home. The second half was all Rangers can't think of a Celtic chance in it a draw was probably a fair result

If Murty can take the big game mentality in your side into games against teams you are expected to beat then you're going places, your man McCrorie is a class young talent, even Bates was a standout today which I have to say I wasnt expecting when he came on for Alves.
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Without a strong Rangers side, existence of Celtic seems absolutely meaningless.

Too good for Scotland, too poor for Europe.
03-01-2018 09:41
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(03-01-2018 09:41)KoreanHammer Wrote:  Without a strong Rangers side, existence of Celtic seems absolutely meaningless.

Too good for Scotland, too poor for Europe.

Most countries in Europe fall into the category.
Just look at the Dutch league, for all the young talent coming through over the last 15 years they have managed nothing domestically.
Hopefully money in football will hold the same value as currency in a failed state, say Zimbabwe. Now that would be funny!
03-01-2018 11:44
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You could argue the Premier League is the same with Man City! Just like PSG in the French league. Hopefully this utter dominance will be for one season only otherwise the Premier League brand will suffer and people will lose interest. It's bad enough with the top 6 being so far ahead of the rest.
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