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    Left to Sutton to give credit for the header. Fucking get a grip Terry.
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    Why do we even need commentators anyway? They're only their to piss you off.
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    Fucking yasss match day is finally here. Finish work at 2 and straight to the pub until the bus. Hamilton away ole ole ole
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    https://mobile.twitter.com/54Beats44/status/809501950664380416
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    Garner shite .Waghorn worse than shite .Tav shitier than shite What a fucking shitey performance Edit Waghorn is going to score ..Workrate has improved last few minutes ?
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    You have to use football games to target the likes of BABN, they're the ones that really need help.
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    The most obvious transfer ever has happened. Commons to Hibs
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    5 weeks the day till your home
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    The Smoking Gun What Did Celtic Chairman Kevin Kelly Know? Of the four companies that Jim Torbett was involved in, Celtic Chairman Kevin Kelly was involved with three of them: PLANROLE LIMITED Dissolved CENTENARY SCOTCH WHISKY LIMITED Dissolved THE TROPHY CENTRE LIMITED More worryingly though during my investigations I found a fourth company that Convicted Paedophile Jim Torbett was a director in FAIRBRIDGE IN SCOTLAND Dissolved (Director Resigned 20/02/1997) FAIRBRIDGE IN SCOTLAND appears to be a charity involved with helping young people. I’m glad to say that the date of his resignation was over a year before he was brought to justice but in the midst of the whole Celtic boys club scandal. But this begs the question DID Jim Torbett have access to young children there too? That is for another day. I find it astonishing that Celtic Chairman Kevin Kelly so close to someone as to be part of three of the four companies he was a director or indeed owner of said companies would not know what type of man he was. I mean if you are going to go into business not once but thrice with someone. Trust your livelihood with someone you should be at least be a good judge of the person’s character one would suggest. In my humble opinion this link between former Celtic Chairman Kevin Kelly and convicted Sexual deviant Jim Torbett suggests to me that their association with each other transcended just business. I believe it was a close personal friendship and here’s why. Jim Torbett had a regular seat in the Parkhead directors’ box as guest of his pal, Celtic Chairman Kevin Kelly. Hugh Birt during the 80’s had bravely came forward to Hugh Birt raised the claims with then Celtic vice-chairman Kevin Kelly after complaints were made by parents that boys were being taken away for weekends when no games were involved and sexually abused. There were also fears that Torbett was taking boys to non-existent weekend tournaments Kevin Kelly, promised to investigate and the claims were reported to the Boys’ Club committee. But minutes from that meeting have vanished. Kevin Kelly passed the issue to manager David Hay also at the time. Kevin Kelly, along with convicted paedophile Jim Torbett and boys’ club general manager Frank Cairney who also was accused of abusing boys in his care ask Hugh Birt to resign. When he refused, Celtic withdrew his ticket to the directors’ box and he had no option but to get out. Hugh Birt said at the time: “It appears the Celtic board want to look in the other direction in the hope the trouble will go away.” Jim Torbett invited Kelly to become a director of the Trophy Centre chain. It is not clear why a man like convicted paedophile Jim Torbett who at the time was widely regarded as a child abuser was allowed back into a position of responsibility at the boys’ club. Maybe Kevin Kelly, who was still honorary president of the boys’ club, who was fellow director of Torbett’s company The Trophy Centre along with fellow Celtic board member Jack McGinn was also an employee could answer that? TIMELINE 1966: Celtic Boys’ Club is founded by Jim Torbett with the backing of Sir Robert Kelly Celtic Chairman backed by Kevin Kellys Uncle Celtic Chairman Sir Robert Kelly. 1971: Celtic Chairman Sir Robert Kelly Dies. Kevin Kelly takes his place on the board. 1972: Jock Stein ousts Jim Torbett as Boys’ Club general manager after allegations that boys were being sexually abused. He is replaced by Frank Cairney. Hugh Birt, a photographer and Celtic associate, is made chairman. 1970s: The Boys’ Club prospers and produces some great talent including Tommy Burns, Paul McStay, Roy Aitken, Peter Grant. But during that era, rumours of abuse are rife. 1986: Jim Torbett’s return to Celtic Boys Club as a fundraiser Kevin Kelly is vice-chairman 1989: Kevin Kelly becomes a director in CENTENARY SCOTCH WHISKY LIMITED along with Jim Torbett. 1989: Kevin Kelly becomes Manager in General Managers Jim Torbetts THE TROPHY CENTRE LIMITED Company. 1991: Kevin Kelly becomes Celtic Chairman 1991: Kevin Kelly becomes a director in PLANROLE LIMITED along with Jim Torbett 1991: Frank Cairney resigns as general manager and part-time coach at Celtic Football Club following a trip to New Jersey where a young Celt was allegedly abused. 1994: Kevin Kelly is ousted as Celtic Chairman October 25, 1996: Jim Torbett charged with sex offences. November 4, 1998: Torbett stands trial at Glasgow Sheriff Court charged with molesting three youngsters in his care including Alan Brazil. November 12, 1998: Torbett is found guilty. 15 August 2005: Kevin Kelly retires from the trophy centre http://paedofiles.com/sport/the-celtic-sex-case/ Stumbled across this as well,Why Torbett left.. Don't laugh.
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    Hamilton Academical vs Rangers fc Ladbrokes Scottish Premiership League Game Venue: New Douglas Park/Superseal Stadium Kick off: 19:45(7:45pm) Could be on live TV, streams will be provided. Hamilton Accies - 8th in the table with 16 points (1 game in hand) Last 5 games all resulted in a draw, overall Accies have W2/10D/4L Rangers - 2nd in the table with 32 points Last 5 games (Most recent first) WWLWW So going back to our first opponents this season, we faced Accies at Ibrox on flag day as our first top flight match in 4 years. The game would end up resulting in a draw with Martyn Waghorn being the only goal scorer. This time things will be different, we have to go to their stadium and grab 3 points to further secure our spot for second place. and outside of that, next season it's away games like this that will win us the league. The league for all intents and purposes (unless something drastic happens) isn't up for grabs, Celtic admittedly are in a strong place right now, 8 points a head with 3 games in hand. Meaning a possible 17 points ahead of us. and unless something drastic happens that isn't changing. So right now we must focus on securing 2nd place. Aberdeen are 3rd in the table with 28 points and 1 game in hand meaning they're on par with us taking their goal difference into consideration. So winning this game in a convincing manner and getting a clean sheet is important. Hearts are a point behind Aberdeen with no games in hand so they aren't as big a worry but that doesn't mean they can't be written off. All it takes is one bad game for the table to get shaken up. Which is why beating teams lower in the table is important, this season it's important to maintain our 2nd place spot so we can get europe and more importantly money. But next season, as I said above. Small battles like these win you the war. ** Just realised Accies are playing the tims tonight at torbett towers. After a quick glance at their forums, their none to optimistic about this fixture. They'll fancy their chances more with us but it'll be the same. Of course though, all the best to Accies. Unlikely as fuck but who knows, maybe they can steal a draw Team News: Clint Hill and Harry Forrester confirmed to be eligible Josh Windass and Jordan Rossiter still not 100% Niko Kranjcar out for the season Suspected line up Wes in goals Hodson, Kiernan, Wilson, Wallace Tavernier, Halliday, Holt McKay, Garner, Miller Forrester on for Tavernier Waghorn on for Miller Dodoo on for McKay Team facts Out of 9 league home games, Accies have won 2 games, drew 4 times and lost 3 times. Out of 7 league away games, Rangers have won 3 games, drew 2 times and lost 2 times.
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    Has Daesh started some kind of a trend in football? Some of the beards on display are diabolical.
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    Good old eejay spurring Waggy on with some heavy criticism.
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    It's difficult not to conclude that Hamilton is the epitome of all that is second rate about Scottish football. The stadium is an embarrassment, it's facilities substandard, the playing surface barely acceptable and the club nothing other than an also ran. Regrettably they reflect a profound malaise that is intractable in the Scottish game and the Scottish football authorities. The commentator referred diplomatically to the stadium as 'compact', but diplomacy can't hide the inescapable fact that he club is, simply, a no hoper.
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    Hill was in form and was only out due to suspension. Your post makes no sense
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