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BRITNEY IS NOT FEELING IT

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  1. Followed some choices on here for Beware The Bear , also went for Arthurs Gift n Red Infantry
  2. FFS Rorys ball lands in the golf buggy ,just beside the cup holders n a couple of bottles of water 😂
  3. 5 captured by police , on stv website , one of them is a female Five people have been charged over a mass brawl that broke out in Glasgow city centre following an Old Firm game at celtic Park. Officers attended the large-scale disturbance on Blackfriars Street in the Merchant City at around 5pm on Sunday, March 31. A 24-year-old woman and four men - aged 20, 23, 25 and 27 - have now been charged in connection with the incident that took place shortly after celtic defeated Rangers 2-1 in a heated derby match.
  4. Well I'll no be cheering any of them on ,although think the sheep might take the lead then fuckin bottle it ,the filth will win 2-1 with a late goal ,penalty/free kick just outside the box ,bastards
  5. Are the stars to represent each of the bastards that's been done for peadofile crimes
  6. Who's yer picks ? I've no even looked at the runners yet
  7. Aye a fucking coconut ffs ,the eejit was probably told to bring a shell
  8. Former celtic manager Gordon Strachan will no longer be used by Sky Sports after controversial comments in which he appeared to conflate convicted sex offender Adam Johnson's situation with racial abuse. Johnson has recently been released after serving three years in prison for engaging in sexual activity with a 15-year-old fan, and the ex-England winger has not ruled out a return to football. Strachan said in his role as an occasional contributor on The Debate earlier this week: "If he goes on to the pitch and people start calling him names, have we got to do the same as it is to the racist situation? Read more: Ex celtic boss Gordon Strachan's take on Adam Johnson an affront to abuse victims "Is it all right to call him names now after doing his three years - have we got to allow that to happen?" Strachan is not an employee of Sky so is not subject to its disciplinary protocols, but the broadcaster has distanced itself from the Scot's remarks and Press Association Sport understands he will not be used again. A Sky statement said: "The comments were made by a guest on The Debate. Of course Sky Sports does not support the comments and we're sorry for the offence they have caused." Press Association Sport is seeking a response from Strachan or his representatives. What a fucking roaster
  9. Lovelaughlive if that's even its name n something with Red beard in the name
  10. Dirty filthy clatty bastard just leaves the toilet brush on the floor , the floor was probably white beforehand ffs
  11. It's been a total set up how tlb got back the managers job at sellick, ffs he was hardly out the door from hivs n he's back there again ,spouting his usual ffs ,
  12. N that's nothing BRU , new loanee ,the President of Liberias son , you know the American . He's came out with the best ever claptrap regarding brown in the ET (not posting it ,as it will cause sickness n diorrhoea )
  13. celtic officials and players have united to call upon supporters to stop tarnishing their own and the club’s reputation after a series of high-profile incidents of disorder this season. celtic chief executive Peter Lawwell and attacking midfielder Ryan Christie have both spoken out after a firecracker was thrown onto the pitch as celtic saw off St Mirren at the Simple Digital Arena on Wednesday night. St Mirren goalkeeper Vlacav Hladky required treatment after Christie hit the second goal on the night as the object thrown from the visiting support exploded in his vicinity. A statement from celtic yesterday said that a full investigation is being carried out to identify those responsible for the incident, and that ‘the strongest possible action’ will be taken against the culprits. Lawwell said: “[Wednesday] night’s incident was completely unacceptable and not something we ever want to see repeated. The safety of everyone in football - players, fans, staff, and officials - should always be our priority and, collectively, we need to do all we can to ensure this remains the case. “There have a been a number of incidents across many clubs this season, with a range of items, including pyrotechnics, being thrown on to pitches. We need to do all we can to remove this from our game. “From a celtic perspective, the club does not want it, our players do not want it, our manager does not want it and our supporters do not want it. “There are serious safety concerns associated with such behaviour, and regardless of the obvious reputational damage which this kind of behaviour has on the club, there are numerous potential repercussions which could have hugely detrimental consequences for the club and our supporters. “Our supporters are fantastic and we greatly value their contribution. It is the positive support of our fans this season which has helped us deliver one trophy this season and a 13-point lead in the Scottish Premiership. We achieved another excellent away win last night and our on-field success should be the real talking point. “This kind of behaviour, indeed any form of unacceptable conduct, only serves to tarnish the reputation of the club and our own fans. We need to all work together to make sure this stops now.” Christie visibly jumped after the firecracker went off as he celebrated his goal, and he feared that Hladky may have been seriously hurt and that the match may even have had to be abandoned. “It was a bit of a shock,” Christie said. “I just don’t think there is any need for it, especially at the time of the game and the type of game it was as well. “The fans are good enough without all these things, so it would be nice to get these things out of football. "You get a wee bit of a shock and a wee panic for 10 seconds and then it's ok. The important thing is that it could have been a lot worse for their keeper, but thankfully he's ok. "[The game being abandoned] was the first thing that went through my head. I thought that if he was seriously injured the game could have been postponed, and then it's a different ball game altogether. "I don't know how you stop that. Sometimes the longer-term effect that these sorts of things can have isn’t thought about at the time. If the fans were to think more about the possible consequences, they wouldn't be so eager to do stuff like this. "Our following at home and away is absolutely brilliant, so I don’t think it’s needed. "The noise and the support we take everywhere is loud enough for us to hear it and have an effect." Meanwhile, the SPFL and the celtic supporters’ group both released their own statements which condemned the incident at the Simple Digital Arena, although that is where the similarities between their content ended. The league body branded the use of pyrotechnics as ‘criminal behaviour’ and urged fans to shop other supporters who may be using them. The SPFL statement read: "Items such as fireworks & firecrackers are absolutely forbidden within SPFL grounds & we utterly condemn such totally irresponsible behaviour. "We await the match delegate’s report, however we would urge any fans with information about this incident to contact police to help stamp out such criminal activity." said that throwing objects towards the playing surface was ‘unnecessary’, but they defended the use of pyrotechnics in general and said that fans had been ‘cast as villains’ since the repeal of the controversial Offensive Behaviour at Football Act last year. Their statement read: "In 2018, football supporters secured a historic victory as the reprehensible Offensive Behaviour at Football Act was finally repealed. This represented a significant blow to the establishment. "They were not however likely to accept this result meekly and have since sought to build support for yet another assault on the rights of football supporters. "Over the last few months, these figures have cynically sought to feed a sense of moral panic around football, casting fans as villains for their own gain. "With this in mind it is imperative that the victory against the OBFA does not become hollow and it is clear that all fans share the responsibility to counter any attempts to replace it - which includes being responsible for you own actions and behaviour. "While there must be a sense of perspective regarding the media recent furore, fans must also realise the potential damage they are inflicting on themselves and other fans by feeding this this frenzy. "Small-scale pitch invasions - while largely harmless - are simply giving our detractors further ammunition at this time. "We take particular exception to anyone who uses our name, banner or numbers as cover to indulge in behaviour which will ultimately cause our group and the celtic support harm. "We have made made various attempts to engage with fans around us and will continue to do so in order to make them aware of the potential ramifications of their behaviour. "As an ultras group we support the safe, sensible use of pyrotechnics on to the park or in the direction of people is both unnecessary and counterproductive to any aspirations of normalising its use." Unreal how this cunt n that lovely set of fans of theirs are spinning the fuck out this
  14. So has brown got any facial injuries after being "clattered " twice ,once by an "elbow" ,then another by a "fist" or has he cheated by feigning injury, n if so is there any retrospective punishment for doing so ,
  15. Bet we get a far worse punishment than that lot
  16. Seen that earlier mate ,just posting that amount of the gfitw were lifted ,horrible bastards that they are
  17. NINE people were arrested after a huge street brawl broke out at a Coatbridge pub following the celtic v Rangers match on Sunday. A video has surfaced online showing the scale of the fight in which dozens of people were involved. Baton-wielding police and members of the public are seen scuffling before officers throw some members of the crowd onto the ground. The force said two large-scale fights were reported in the North Lanarkshire town at the weekend. A Police Scotland spokeswoman said: “We were called at around 6.10pm on Sunday, March 31 to a report of a large-scale disturbance within a pub on Mitchell Street, and then a further disturbance on Woodside Street, Kirkwood, Coatbridge. “Nine people were arrested - seven male and two female - for a number of public order offences following the incident.” All arrested are either the subject of a report to the Procurator Fiscal or dealt with by fixed penalty notices. The force was not able to advise if the incident was football related or not. The decision to close the pub was taken by the premises manager after consultation and with the agreement of the police. Lanarkshire Licensing Department is currently working with the premises management in providing advice and support.
  18. Their reporters probably use social media as their "source" until someone has set them straight ffs
  19. Times are a fuckin disgrace , especially if they're wrong on this
  20. From the Times = A man 'stabbed' during a mass brawl in Glasgow's city centre has died, the Evening Times has learned. The 47-year-old was rushed to hospital after allegedly being stabbed in the neck during the disturbance on Blackfriars Street on Sunday. Eyewitnesses described how the man 'slumped' against a wall after being attacked while horrified families looked on. Emergency services rushed to the scene and the victim was transferred to hospital. His condition was later described as critical by medical staff. Sources have since told the Evening Times that the man has since died. Police today said they were treating the incident as attempted murder. Two other men, aged 29 and 30, were also taken to the nearby Royal Infirmary Hospital with serious injuries. Murder cops scoured the scene this afternoon as the entire section of Albion Street remained sealed off. A number of businesses were closed following the incident. Police Scotland have been contacted for comment. More to follow. Bad fuckin day when ye canny go to the game or watch it with yer mates in a pub , n never make it home again ffs
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