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6 minutes ago, Courtyard Bear said:

They didn’t mention that part in their shameful statement did they. 👍👍

They knew what he was when he left scum FC, but not a word to anyone. 

They should burn that shithole of a stadium down. 

The statement then isn’t any different from the statement now. “ nothing to do with celtic fc” 

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2 minutes ago, Colin Traive said:

Like Neely leaving Hibs and joining us. The Embra Sellick had a duty of care to warn other clubs what he was. Must be in the fenian DNA

A quick phone call to the Bishop on what to do??? 

Say nothing move them on, it’s worked for the church for centuries. 

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1 hour ago, eejay the dj said:

McGuire I hope is watching himself . We are dealing with vermin cowardly  scum after all

Both him and Daly have hopefully got the right security people in place as I’ve no doubt as this progresses they will need it. 

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2 minutes ago, 1690tamRFC said:

Both him and Daly have hopefully got the right security people in place as I’ve no doubt as this progresses they will need it. 

I must admit mate . I still have a suspicious mind about them, but fair dos . If they are risking this kind of stuff and they are both beggars . What does that tell you about many of our kind high up in the fuckpigs .And if there is any of us left at the top of Scottish football . Sitting on their fucking arses.

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6 hours ago, SeparateEntityMyArse said:

McCafferty, who was employed by celtic Football Club in the mid 1990s

“Separate entity” blown out the water....

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Ffs

“I was helping out at Hibs at the time and Big Yogi,  John Hughes, who was the manager and Yogi was a bugger for, you know he was into this devilment, sort of a laugh ant a joke.

“He would say to me: ‘Right come on Jim, let’s get the bastards.’ And the point is he would go in and turn the lights out and start you know, the shenanigans, you know,  a bit of kidology with them sort of thing, horseplay. 

“It went too far. It didn’t involve myself because he was my pal big Yogi. It happened. He got carried away with himself one day and one of the younger boys - about 21, 22 at the particular time, Yogi had given him a right ripping and he came to me.

“He said, ‘Jim, I think I’ve made a blunder.’ I said, ‘Right, what’s up?’

“He said ‘I can’t remember the boy’s name now. I just had a right go at him and I’ve maybe gone a wee bit too far.’ He was concerned about how the parents and supporters would have thought about that.”

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20 minutes ago, Sparkle said:

Ffs

“I was helping out at Hibs at the time and Big Yogi,  John Hughes, who was the manager and Yogi was a bugger for, you know he was into this devilment, sort of a laugh ant a joke.

“He would say to me: ‘Right come on Jim, let’s get the bastards.’ And the point is he would go in and turn the lights out and start you know, the shenanigans, you know,  a bit of kidology with them sort of thing, horseplay. 

“It went too far. It didn’t involve myself because he was my pal big Yogi. It happened. He got carried away with himself one day and one of the younger boys - about 21, 22 at the particular time, Yogi had given him a right ripping and he came to me.

“He said, ‘Jim, I think I’ve made a blunder.’ I said, ‘Right, what’s up?’

“He said ‘I can’t remember the boy’s name now. I just had a right go at him and I’ve maybe gone a wee bit too far.’ He was concerned about how the parents and supporters would have thought about that.”

What is he meaning that John Hughes 'went too far with' S? 🤔 Surely not what he did to kids?? 

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Fucking hell! Can't say i'm surprised about a Hughes reference either, although fucks knows what actually happened!

 

Prolific peadophile Jim McCafferty has been jailed for almost seven years for abusing young footballers over a period of 24 years.

He was transported to Scotland from Northern Ireland after serving two years in Maghaberry jail after his pleaded guilty to abusing a teenager in Northern Ireland.

And 10 days ago, Judge Lord Beckett at Edinburgh court told McCafferty: "You have been portrayed as being physically intimidating and an overpowering personality which you used to achieve your depraved objectives.

“You took advantage of your position of trust as a football coach to groom and then sexually abuse boys who played for your teams.

“You were adept at identifying the circumstances of different boys so you could manipulate them and in some cases their parents in a variety of ways.

“And all of this was done to facilitate your sexually abusing children."

McCafferty faced justice after giving a interview to Belfast Live in 2016 in which he confessed to his horrific crimes.

Today we release sections of the interview transcript that helped jailed the monster and give an insight into the monster’s casual treachery, warped thinking and self-interest.

McCafferty committing sexual crimes:

“I think it was just different times. There was lots of horse play and kidology and that sort of thing, you know. You wouldn’t get away from it.

"In hilarity, yes. Yeah, you know in the same way as everybody [did]. I’ll not remember them all because you’re talking about going back 20 odd years ago.”

McCafferty on guilt:

“See at the end of the day, if I thought that I was guilty, I’d go and plead guilty. But nobody’s been in touch with me.

“But the point is, that’s life ain’t it. So I’ve got to go and serve my time or whatever it is, do you know in that side of it because of them, you know, I’ll have to then decide if I fight the case  - or not.

McCafferty on sexual nature of abuse:

“A little. It was good banter, good fun, yes.”

McCafferty on touching victims’ genitals:

“Aye it was a bit of fun, a bit of hilarity on that side.”

McCafferty on the claim he covered boys with boot polish:

“I wouldn’t deny it and say it didn’t happen because there’s that possibility it would have happened, yes.”

McCafferty on former footballer and coach John ‘Yogi’ Hughes:

“I was helping out at Hibs at the time and Big Yogi,  John Hughes, who was the manager and Yogi was a bugger for, you know he was into this devilment, sort of a laugh and a joke.

“He would say to me: ‘Right come on Jim, let’s get the bastards.’ And the point is he would go in and turn the lights out and start you know, the shenanigans, you know,  a bit of kidology with them sort of thing, horseplay. 

“It went too far. It didn’t involve myself because he was my pal big Yogi. It happened. He got carried away with himself one day and one of the younger boys - about 21, 22 at the particular time, Yogi had given him a right ripping and he came to me.

“He said, ‘Jim, I think I’ve made a blunder.’ I said, ‘Right, what’s up?’

“He said ‘I can’t remember the boy’s name now. I just had a right go at him and I’ve maybe gone a wee bit too far.’ He was concerned about how the parents and supporters would have thought about that.”

McCafferty on naked showers with young footballers

“It was as if they were enjoying it at the time.”

McCafferty on being a paedophile:

“Eh, to a certain extent, yes. Not just because I like young boys. But it’s just a case that you’re there involved with them and that side of them. I qualify to the extent that I’m not involved in the football at all now and I haven’t been for a while.”

McCafferty on sexual attraction to children: 

“Fun. Fun. I did [get a thrill out of it ] aye, and they got a thrill out of it.”

“I felt very physically good with them, aye. It made me that we bit extra cheerful.”

McCafferty on sex with his victims:

“Sex with any of them? Eh let me think. If it was pulling somebody’s willy, [...], then yes. I’d be telling lies if I said yes and I’d be telling lies if I said no.”

“I never raped a boy, no, nobody would even get away with that.”

McCafferty on regrets:

“I saw what was happening and I thought, no that’s not right. When they’re all messing about in the dressing room and things, common sense come to you.

“I took advantage of [....]He needed a bit of life about him. It was sexual at time, aye. There was a lot of fondling and fun.

“It was a bit of fun and enjoyment for them to have but as adults we should have used our brains and stepped in and stopped it. I’ve regretted it for years. It has haunted me and I’ve not had a good night’s sleep for a long time. I feel unburdened.”

“I feel bad that I was involved in it.” 

McCafferty on self-preservation:

“My only concern is if someone who hurts me when I’m walking down the street.”

McCafferty on defending his actions:

“Well you’re thinking to yourself, if they didn’t want to be involved in it, nobody forced them.”

“There’s something different in the genes in me."

“The point is they never complained to me or anyone else.”

“Why wait until now? I’d be saying I’m sorry."

“[They were] different times plus the fact that it’s also like, my thought on it is: why leave it so long? Why no go and get something done about it right when it’s happened?”

McCafferty on law abiding coaches:  

“Most clubs, most players would have been involved. It was part of the game.”

“There’s stacks of managers who wouldn’t have. There’s something different in the genes in me.”

McCafferty on secrecy:   

“If they wanted to go home and tell somebody, then they could go home and tell somebody.

“It wouldn’t have been every day, but it would have been once a week. It wouldn’t have been the same boy, just whoever was handy, that’s the word I’d use, handy.”

McCafferty on what he would say to his victims:

“I’d say, ‘why wait until now?’ I’d be saying I’m sorry.”

McCafferty on his intentions during abuse:

“I’d say shocking.”

McCafferty on confession:

“When you two went away I gave thought to go to the police. I tried to use my common sense. I’m delighted to talk to you.”

“I feel OK a bit and I can take a breath again.”

“I feel a damn sight better than after I let you go the first time. I was hoping you would come back and things run through your mind.

“I have remorse. I know if I’m found guilty I will have to serve time and can I tell you in my mind, I’ve said to myself that’s why I have to pay back for what I’ve done and I hope that will cleanse my soul. I’ll take what’s coming, there’s no getting away from it.”

 “I’ve hardly slept, I’m haunted by all of this. If I’ve had three hours sleep, I’d be lucky. I’ll sleep the night.”

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11 minutes ago, Bears r us said:

What is he meaning that John Hughes 'went too far with' S? 🤔 Surely not what he did to kids?? 

That’s how it reads to me unfortunately 

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Just now, Sparkle said:

That’s how it reads to me unfortunately 

It surprised me to be honest, I never thought Hughes would have been like that but I agree that is how it reads. 

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