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http://news.bbc.co.uk/sport1/hi/Scotland/8494814.stm

there we are fellow brethren of William, the highlights are up!

the newly announced, one-man, Keane FC were beat to our delight.

serves them right for thinking one man could change their team to worldbeaters...dont hear them singing "we're gonny win the league" anymore dirty f*nian inbred bombthrowing bead rattling T****** mongos.

WE ARE THE PEOPLE.

KEANO!!!

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I never noticed that Hibs were 2 points behind, with a game in hand. :lol:

Anyone know who the game in hand is against?

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'He was meant to lift Celtic up. They may well drag him down'

interesting article sorry put it in wrong thread first time :pipe:

He arrived last thing on Monday, on loan at short notice and having made a long journey so that he could turn out for his new club at Rugby Park on Tuesday night.

Yet somehow Chris Maguire's transfer from Aberdeen to Kilmarnock did not receive much attention. But Maguire scored on his debut last night and in doing so he made Robbie Keane's perplexing move from Tottenham to Celtic look even odder.

Keane's first act in a Celtic shirt was to flash his winning smile at the late-night press conference at Celtic Park on Monday. He was being marketed as a saviour then.

His second act was to sell his Kilmarnock marker a dummy. A question had already surfaced: has he been sold a dummy himself with his latest career move?No joy: Goalkeeper Bell denies Keane on his Celtic debut

Celtic lost to a Kilmarnock team that had not beaten them in 31meetings stretching back nine years, 29 of which had been defeats.

Kilmarnock had won three games this season and were second-bottom.Celtic remain ten points behind Rangers, who are being run by banks andwho have not bought one player in the last three transfer windows.

Keane will have heard half of the 9,308 crowd present last nightsinging: 'Hello, hello, we are the Killie boys.' And he will havewondered, just as his namesake did.

This was every bit as red-faced as Roy Keane's Celtic debut four Januarys ago, when they lost at Clyde in the Scottish Cup.

Bad start: Keane is helpless as Celtic lose to Kilmarnock

Seeing Roy Keane on the outskirts of Cumbernauld that day was as strange as seeing Robbie Keane here.

A re-arranged fixture on a Tuesday night at Rugby Park, Kilmarnock, with a 7.30pm kick-off.

As Robbie looked at himself in the mirror a year and a day ago,still a £20million Liverpool player, still in a Champions League squad,he could hardly have foreseen that his return to Tottenham would sosoon be followed by Harry Redknapp's cold shoulder and a misty night inAyrshire.

But here Keane was. This former Inter Milan player, the captain ofhis country, a man who has cost some £80m in transfers down the years,making himself part of a club enduring painful introspection in aleague in crisis.

Paradise lost. Had he so chosen, Keane could have been with Spurs preparing fortonight's trip to another of his former clubs, Leeds, in the FA Cup.

If that thought went through the 29 year-old's mind on the bus toRugby Park, then it will surely have done so again on the way back.

Around 4,000 Celtic fans followed Keane south from Glasgow. Hispresence will have swollen that number and illustrated, presumably, themain reason the club have apparently extended themselves financially topull off the deal.

Keane described it as 'an arrangement that suits me, Celtic and Tottenham.'

Great start: New signing Chris Maguire delivers on his Kilmarnock debut scoring against Celtic

Celtic is a club known far and wide for its fanbase, a fact itbathes in and trades upon. Who does not think of Parkhead and see59,000 fans throbbing on an epic European night? Well, those who gothere every week, for a start.

They see something different. Increasingly they see empty seats.

For the recent home game against Hibernian not an unattractive fixture the estimated attendance was 41,000.

The numbers have to be estimated as Celtic have stopped publishingattendance figures. 'Unknown' it says on their official website.

Unconvincing could be added to that description this morning.

Reflecting on the defeat to Kilmarnock, dejected Celtic manager Tony Mowbray said of Keane: 'At times he made the team tick.'

At times he didn't. Keane wore the same brand of boots as Wayne Rooney, but that is where any comparison ends.

He was meant to lift Celtic up. They may well drag him down.

I'm Keane to get Robbie back at Tottenham when his Celtic loan finishes,' says Harry RedknappNORTHERN EXPOSURE: The old Bhoys network at Middlesbrough could finally shatter the myth that Celtic could dominate English football Middlesbrough swoop for sign Celtic striker McDonald and Aberdeen's MillerCELTIC FC

http://www.football.co.uk/tottenham_hotspu...rss327910.shtml

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I thought this would merit a thread in its own right, but hey ho, the instruction is no new keane threads:

A (TRANSFER DEADLINE) DAY IN THE LIFE OF ROBERT DAVID KEANE (AGED 29)

12pm: Get up and eat hearty Irish breakfast. It's going to be another long transfer deadline day chez Keane. I've been a massive fan of transfer deadline day all my life, going back to when I was a kid growing up in Dublin.

12.45pm: Mmm, that was tasty. I've been a massive fan of rashers, eggs, sausages, baked beans, black pudding, soda bread and black tea all my life, going back to when I was a kid growing up in Dublin.

1.30pm: Knock on lid of sunbed and ask Claudine where designer washbag is. She says she'll pack it for me when she's finished topping up her tan. She's been a massive fan of UV rays, going back to when she was a kid growing up in Dublin.

1.35pm: Check tabloid websites to see which teams I'm being linked with. Ooh! Sunderland and the Queen's Celtic. I haven't played for either before, but like Wolves, Coventry, Inter, Dirty Leeds, Spurs and Liverpool, I've been a massive fan of both clubs all my life, going back to when I was kid growing up in Dublin.

1.50pm: Print off template of stock unveiling speech that's served me so well down the years: "It's absolutely fantastic, a real dream come true for me. I've been a [insert team name in here] fan all my life, going back to when I was a kid growing up in Dublin, and I always had a [insert team name in here] shirt on my back. So, to be here now as a [insert team name in here] player is incredible and I couldn't be happier ..."

2pm: Mr 10% hasn't called, so knock on lid of sunbed to ask Claudine what I should do next. She says to check to see if there's any reporters from Sky Sports News standing shivering outside the house. I've been a massive fan of Sky Sports News all my life, going back to when I was a kid growing up in Dublin.

2.05pm: Dash to window and look, but can't see any reporters from Sky Sports News.

4pm: Remember to open curtains and see inquisitive face of shivering, microphone-wielding eejit in Sky Sports puffa jacket staring back at me. I've been a massive fan of Andy Burton all my life, going back to when I was a kid growing up in Dublin.

4.30pm: Get call from Mr 10% - the Queen's Celtic have come in for me!!! That's great news. I've been a massive fan of the Queen's Celtic all my life, going back to when I was a kid growing up in Dublin.

4.35pm: Get on AA route-finder. 401.4 miles!?!?!? I can't get there by the deadline at 5pm.

5.40pm: Ring Mr 10% to explain predicament. Apparently the transfer window in Scotland doesn't close until midnight, so I've time to get a flight. A flight? I've been a massive fan of flying all my life, going back to when I was a kid growing up in Dublin.

5.45pm: Knock on lid of sunbed and tell Claudine we're moving to Glasgow.

5.50pm: Orange arm emerges from sunbed holding Armani washbag containing cheese sandwiches and a Lucozade bottle full of cold tea. I've been a massive fan of packed lunch all my life going back to when I was a kid growing up in Dublin.

5.55pm: Leave house, step over frozen corpse of microphone-wielding man in Sky Sports puffa jacket. Drive to airport, get on plane.

9pm: Appear before press at Queen's Celtic Park wearing green and white hoops, the colours of Queen's Celtic who I've been a massive fan of all my life, going back to when I was a kid growing up in Dublin. "It's absolutely unbelievable. I always wanted to play for the [Queen's] Celtic and it works out well for both parties."

9.05pm: Check fixture list. Next up it's Kilmarnock away. I've been a massive fan of Kilma … actually no, I've never heard of them.

http://www.guardian.co.uk/football/2010/fe...ie-keane-celtic

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:lol: A (TRANSFER DEADLINE) DAY IN THE LIFE OF ROBERT DAVID KEANE (AGED 29)

12pm: Get up and eat hearty Irish breakfast. It's going to be another long transfer deadline day chez Keane. I've been a massive fan of transfer deadline day all my life, going back to when I was a kid growing up in Dublin.

12.45pm: Mmm, that was tasty. I've been a massive fan of rashers, eggs, sausages, baked beans, black pudding, soda bread and black tea all my life, going back to when I was a kid growing up in Dublin.

1.30pm: Knock on lid of sunbed and ask Claudine where designer washbag is. She says she'll pack it for me when she's finished topping up her tan. She's been a massive fan of UV rays, going back to when she was a kid growing up in Dublin.

1.35pm: Check tabloid websites to see which teams I'm being linked with. Ooh! Sunderland and the Queen's Celtic. I haven't played for either before, but like Wolves, Coventry, Inter, Dirty Leeds, Spurs and Liverpool, I've been a massive fan of both clubs all my life, going back to when I was kid growing up in Dublin.

1.50pm: Print off template of stock unveiling speech that's served me so well down the years: "It's absolutely fantastic, a real dream come true for me. I've been a [insert team name in here] fan all my life, going back to when I was a kid growing up in Dublin, and I always had a [insert team name in here] shirt on my back. So, to be here now as a [insert team name in here] player is incredible and I couldn't be happier ..."

2pm: Mr 10% hasn't called, so knock on lid of sunbed to ask Claudine what I should do next. She says to check to see if there's any reporters from Sky Sports News standing shivering outside the house. I've been a massive fan of Sky Sports News all my life, going back to when I was a kid growing up in Dublin.

2.05pm: Dash to window and look, but can't see any reporters from Sky Sports News.

4pm: Remember to open curtains and see inquisitive face of shivering, microphone-wielding eejit in Sky Sports puffa jacket staring back at me. I've been a massive fan of Andy Burton all my life, going back to when I was a kid growing up in Dublin.

4.30pm: Get call from Mr 10% - the Queen's Celtic have come in for me!!! That's great news. I've been a massive fan of the Queen's Celtic all my life, going back to when I was a kid growing up in Dublin.

4.35pm: Get on AA route-finder. 401.4 miles!?!?!? I can't get there by the deadline at 5pm.

5.40pm: Ring Mr 10% to explain predicament. Apparently the transfer window in Scotland doesn't close until midnight, so I've time to get a flight. A flight? I've been a massive fan of flying all my life, going back to when I was a kid growing up in Dublin.

5.45pm: Knock on lid of sunbed and tell Claudine we're moving to Glasgow.

5.50pm: Orange arm emerges from sunbed holding Armani washbag containing cheese sandwiches and a Lucozade bottle full of cold tea. I've been a massive fan of packed lunch all my life going back to when I was a kid growing up in Dublin.

5.55pm: Leave house, step over frozen corpse of microphone-wielding man in Sky Sports puffa jacket. Drive to airport, get on plane.

9pm: Appear before press at Queen's Celtic Park wearing green and white hoops, the colours of Queen's Celtic who I've been a massive fan of all my life, going back to when I was a kid growing up in Dublin. "It's absolutely unbelievable. I always wanted to play for the [Queen's] Celtic and it works out well for both parties."

9.05pm: Check fixture list. Next up it's Kilmarnock away. I've been a massive fan of Kilma … actually no, I've never heard of them.

(From the Guardian, by Barry Glendinning, an actual Irishman who.....doesn't like the mhanks!)

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A (TRANSFER DEADLINE) DAY IN THE LIFE OF ROBERT DAVID KEANE (AGED 29)

12pm: Get up and eat hearty Irish breakfast. It's going to be another long transfer deadline day chez Keane. I've been a massive fan of transfer deadline day all my life, going back to when I was a kid growing up in Dublin.

12.45pm: Mmm, that was tasty. I've been a massive fan of rashers, eggs, sausages, baked beans, black pudding, soda bread and black tea all my life, going back to when I was a kid growing up in Dublin.

1.30pm: Knock on lid of sunbed and ask Claudine where designer washbag is. She says she'll pack it for me when she's finished topping up her tan. She's been a massive fan of UV rays, going back to when she was a kid growing up in Dublin.

1.35pm: Check tabloid websites to see which teams I'm being linked with. Ooh! Sunderland and the Queen's Celtic. I haven't played for either before, but like Wolves, Coventry, Inter, Dirty Leeds, Spurs and Liverpool, I've been a massive fan of both clubs all my life, going back to when I was kid growing up in Dublin.

1.50pm: Print off template of stock unveiling speech that's served me so well down the years: "It's absolutely fantastic, a real dream come true for me. I've been a [insert team name in here] fan all my life, going back to when I was a kid growing up in Dublin, and I always had a [insert team name in here] shirt on my back. So, to be here now as a [insert team name in here] player is incredible and I couldn't be happier ..."

2pm: Mr 10% hasn't called, so knock on lid of sunbed to ask Claudine what I should do next. She says to check to see if there's any reporters from Sky Sports News standing shivering outside the house. I've been a massive fan of Sky Sports News all my life, going back to when I was a kid growing up in Dublin.

2.05pm: Dash to window and look, but can't see any reporters from Sky Sports News.

4pm: Remember to open curtains and see inquisitive face of shivering, microphone-wielding eejit in Sky Sports puffa jacket staring back at me. I've been a massive fan of Andy Burton all my life, going back to when I was a kid growing up in Dublin.

4.30pm: Get call from Mr 10% - the Queen's Celtic have come in for me!!! That's great news. I've been a massive fan of the Queen's Celtic all my life, going back to when I was a kid growing up in Dublin.

4.35pm: Get on AA route-finder. 401.4 miles!?!?!? I can't get there by the deadline at 5pm.

5.40pm: Ring Mr 10% to explain predicament. Apparently the transfer window in Scotland doesn't close until midnight, so I've time to get a flight. A flight? I've been a massive fan of flying all my life, going back to when I was a kid growing up in Dublin.

5.45pm: Knock on lid of sunbed and tell Claudine we're moving to Glasgow.

5.50pm: Orange arm emerges from sunbed holding Armani washbag containing cheese sandwiches and a Lucozade bottle full of cold tea. I've been a massive fan of packed lunch all my life going back to when I was a kid growing up in Dublin.

5.55pm: Leave house, step over frozen corpse of microphone-wielding man in Sky Sports puffa jacket. Drive to airport, get on plane.

9pm: Appear before press at Queen's Celtic Park wearing green and white hoops, the colours of Queen's Celtic who I've been a massive fan of all my life, going back to when I was a kid growing up in Dublin. "It's absolutely unbelievable. I always wanted to play for the [Queen's] Celtic and it works out well for both parties."

9.05pm: Check fixture list. Next up it's Kilmarnock away. I've been a massive fan of Kilma … actually no, I've never heard of them.

(From the Guardian, by Barry Glendinning, an actual Irishman who.....doesn't like the mhanks!)

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They are like the missing link, the neanderthals, the laughing stock. A group of small minded people clutching to their own wee beliefs.

If you want to be nice about it then the scum of the earth really sort of sums it up.

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They are like the missing link, the neanderthals, the laughing stock. A group of small minded people clutching to their own wee beliefs.

If you want to be nice about it then the scum of the earth really sort of sums it up.

neanderthal.jpg

It's like Mowbrays and Samaras' bastard love child!

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I never noticed that Hibs were 2 points behind, with a game in hand. :lol:

Anyone know who the game in hand is against?

St Johnstone I think (tu)

Yeah thats right. Only thing is its the game after us.

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The tims are going crazy, they think its all a dream,

they cant believe their team has gone and signed Robbie Keane.

See life is really hard, its depressing being a tim,

they always get a shock when they open the biscuit tin.

It makes them dillusional, they think they'll win the league,

well they fucking wont and the wee prick is costing them 65 grand a week.

The truth is he's definetly not world class,

so take the wee irish prick an shove him right up yer ass!

The tai## think he's some sort of god, dont be such a fool,

this wee numpty couldnt even last 6 months at fucking liverpool.

So here's a wee message, for yours truely Robbie Keane,

GO HOME YA WEE FEN### AND GOD SAVE THE QUEEN.

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