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13 minutes ago, Blumhoilann said:

The SFA have finally made a statement concerning cellic's comments on the Christie ban. They've said Christie committed an act of Brutality on Alfredo Morelos by catching him in the groin area. It was not a reflex action or an unintended consequence 🙂

What will the taigs come out wi now?

Got to say I'm surprised at that statement, Even more surprised they haven't cited Alfie for his hand gesture as of yet (Not that I think they should obviously) Taigs getting desperate now with their PR machine as they now know we are more than a match for them imo, Hopefully this is the start of the tide starting to turn though I won't hold my breath.

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47 minutes ago, BridgeIsBlue said:

Paisley flats siege armed police told to bring 'Brendan Rodgers back' to celtic

Hoops fan Shaun McConville also wanted "a bag of cans" as part of his demands during tense stand off.

 

A flooring worker who lost his job has admitted sparking an armed siege with police officers where he asked for Brendan Rodgers to be brought back as celtic manager and demanded "a bag of cans".

Shaun McConville lost the plot at his former home in Paisley last March after having to give up his work and struggling to come terms with the death of a friend.

He smashed the windows of his neighbours' flats with a pole, armed himself with a kitchen knife, and bound the door of the close with a cable to prevent anyone from entering or leaving.

He told officers he had hostages, threatened to kill the hostages and told police they would only get him out by killing him.

And he caused thousands of pounds of damage to vehicles by throwing missiles at police officers below him in the street as they tried to talk him down.

McConville admitted his guilt over the rampage when he appeared in the dock at Paisley Sheriff Court on Friday.

 

The 31-year-old saw red on March 18 last year - three weeks to the day after Hoops boss Rodgers left the Scottish Champions.

 

Rodgers, 46, was on the verge of delivering a historic Treble Treble but shocked celtic fans when he opted to join Leicester City .

And McConville used the return of the celtic boss as one of his 'ransom demands' during the stand-off.

On Friday he struck a deal with prosecutors to plead guilty to six charges - in exchange for five being dropped.

 

He admitted behaving in a threatening or abusive way, possession of a knife, damaging cars and three charges of smashing windows.

Procurator Fiscal Depute Claire Rowan said a neighbour had called police due to McConville throwing items on to the street.

The prosecutor explained: "On arriving, they saw a large tin of white paint had burst in to the roadway.

"Other items were strewn across the road and pavement and officers spoke to a neighbour of McConville's, who said her four-month-old baby had been woken up by his racket.

 

"Back-up was requested and McConville then began smashing the windows of his neighbours' homes - before kicking one of their doors in and arming himself with a kitchen knife he fetched from his own home.

 

McConville said he had hostages and threatened to "chop their f****** heads off" and added: "I'll be leaving here in a body bag."

He then cable tied the close door and began throwing items from the balcony on to the street, and again threatened to kill his non-existent prisoners, shouting to police: "Youse will have to shoot me or I'll cut the hostages heads off."

The court heard that he caused nearly £4,500 worth of damage to two police cars and two civilian vehicles by throwing items off the balcony.

 

Defence solicitor Rhona Lynch said the incident had come about as McConville was battling personal demons at the time.

The solicitor said: "He accepts this is a very serious matter."

"He was suffering from severe depression. He was unable to work as a self-employed floor layer, which was a job he had excelled in, and enjoyed, since leaving school.

"He has turned his life around since this incident. He had been at a very close friend's funeral, had been drinking all day and was heavily intoxicated.

"The incident was videod and went viral on Facebook and social media and he has been deeply embarrassed and ashamed as everyone in the local area watched the way in which he behaved.

 

"As is often the case with young men, he had not dealt with his mental health and was trying to cope on his own.

"He was over-indulging in alcohol and, unfortunately, the death of his friend brought this to a head.

"He suffered a severe leg injury which required surgery, and fell in to depression because of that.

"His friend's death was the straw that broke the camel's back."

After hearing the father-of-two has the support of his partner and family, Sheriff David Pender called for background reports to be prepared ahead of sentencing and adjourned the case until next month for that to be done. 

https://www.BOYCOTT THIS LINK/news/crime/paisley-flats-siege-armed-police-21256195

Hahahahaha outstanding 

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41 minutes ago, Blumhoilann said:

The SFA have finally made a statement concerning cellic's comments on the Christie ban. They've said Christie committed an act of Brutality on Alfredo Morelos by catching him in the groin area. It was not a reflex action or an unintended consequence 🙂

What will the taigs come out wi now?

Expect Sutton to call the SFA a shambles etc etc

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1 minute ago, 1690tamRFC said:

Proven justifiably so on many occasions lol. 

I think so mate 

Would quite happily eat some humble pie .If anyone can offer up a good list of big decisions going against the scum in last 10 years 

Count them on one hand most likely 😀

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3 minutes ago, eejay the dj said:

I think so mate 

Would quite happily eat some humble pie .If anyone can offer up a good list of big decisions going against the scum in last 10 years 

Count them on one hand most likely 😀

I bet you there would be 100s of fenian bastards that could automatically conjure up plenty from this season alone, from the deranged depths of crazy minds. 
doubt most good honest Protestant folk would realistically be able to find many. BP9 aside obviously 

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4 hours ago, BridgeIsBlue said:

Paisley flats siege armed police told to bring 'Brendan Rodgers back' to celtic

Hoops fan Shaun McConville also wanted "a bag of cans" as part of his demands during tense stand off.

 

A flooring worker who lost his job has admitted sparking an armed siege with police officers where he asked for Brendan Rodgers to be brought back as celtic manager and demanded "a bag of cans".

Shaun McConville lost the plot at his former home in Paisley last March after having to give up his work and struggling to come terms with the death of a friend.

He smashed the windows of his neighbours' flats with a pole, armed himself with a kitchen knife, and bound the door of the close with a cable to prevent anyone from entering or leaving.

He told officers he had hostages, threatened to kill the hostages and told police they would only get him out by killing him.

And he caused thousands of pounds of damage to vehicles by throwing missiles at police officers below him in the street as they tried to talk him down.

McConville admitted his guilt over the rampage when he appeared in the dock at Paisley Sheriff Court on Friday.

 

The 31-year-old saw red on March 18 last year - three weeks to the day after Hoops boss Rodgers left the Scottish Champions.

 

Rodgers, 46, was on the verge of delivering a historic Treble Treble but shocked celtic fans when he opted to join Leicester City .

And McConville used the return of the celtic boss as one of his 'ransom demands' during the stand-off.

On Friday he struck a deal with prosecutors to plead guilty to six charges - in exchange for five being dropped.

 

He admitted behaving in a threatening or abusive way, possession of a knife, damaging cars and three charges of smashing windows.

Procurator Fiscal Depute Claire Rowan said a neighbour had called police due to McConville throwing items on to the street.

The prosecutor explained: "On arriving, they saw a large tin of white paint had burst in to the roadway.

"Other items were strewn across the road and pavement and officers spoke to a neighbour of McConville's, who said her four-month-old baby had been woken up by his racket.

 

"Back-up was requested and McConville then began smashing the windows of his neighbours' homes - before kicking one of their doors in and arming himself with a kitchen knife he fetched from his own home.

 

McConville said he had hostages and threatened to "chop their f****** heads off" and added: "I'll be leaving here in a body bag."

He then cable tied the close door and began throwing items from the balcony on to the street, and again threatened to kill his non-existent prisoners, shouting to police: "Youse will have to shoot me or I'll cut the hostages heads off."

The court heard that he caused nearly £4,500 worth of damage to two police cars and two civilian vehicles by throwing items off the balcony.

 

Defence solicitor Rhona Lynch said the incident had come about as McConville was battling personal demons at the time.

The solicitor said: "He accepts this is a very serious matter."

"He was suffering from severe depression. He was unable to work as a self-employed floor layer, which was a job he had excelled in, and enjoyed, since leaving school.

"He has turned his life around since this incident. He had been at a very close friend's funeral, had been drinking all day and was heavily intoxicated.

"The incident was videod and went viral on Facebook and social media and he has been deeply embarrassed and ashamed as everyone in the local area watched the way in which he behaved.

 

"As is often the case with young men, he had not dealt with his mental health and was trying to cope on his own.

"He was over-indulging in alcohol and, unfortunately, the death of his friend brought this to a head.

"He suffered a severe leg injury which required surgery, and fell in to depression because of that.

"His friend's death was the straw that broke the camel's back."

After hearing the father-of-two has the support of his partner and family, Sheriff David Pender called for background reports to be prepared ahead of sentencing and adjourned the case until next month for that to be done. 

https://www.BOYCOTT THIS LINK/news/crime/paisley-flats-siege-armed-police-21256195

Self employed but lost his job, did the mad bastard sack himself. What chance has his 2 kids got with this cunt as a role model?

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2 hours ago, 1690tamRFC said:

I bet you there would be 100s of fenian bastards that could automatically conjure up plenty from this season alone, from the deranged depths of crazy minds. 
doubt most good honest Protestant folk would realistically be able to find many. BP9 aside obviously 

😀I think even Bp9 would be hard pushed .Sporting continuously asks him to give his ramblings some back up .Think we are all still waiting 🤣

 

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4 minutes ago, eejay the dj said:

😀I think even Bp9 would be hard pushed .Sporting continuously asks him to give his ramblings some back up .Think we are all still waiting 🤣

 

That was tongue in cheek brother, we both know he spouts ridiculous shite, then goes into hiding until the next Rangers bashing he can appropriately sneak himself into. For a varied supporting, ex serviceman of his generation he’s by far the strangest person I’ve ever encountered by a fucking country mile. Unfathomable 

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12 hours ago, BridgeIsBlue said:

Paisley flats siege armed police told to bring 'Brendan Rodgers back' to celtic

Hoops fan Shaun McConville also wanted "a bag of cans" as part of his demands during tense stand off.

 

A flooring worker who lost his job has admitted sparking an armed siege with police officers where he asked for Brendan Rodgers to be brought back as celtic manager and demanded "a bag of cans".

Shaun McConville lost the plot at his former home in Paisley last March after having to give up his work and struggling to come terms with the death of a friend.

He smashed the windows of his neighbours' flats with a pole, armed himself with a kitchen knife, and bound the door of the close with a cable to prevent anyone from entering or leaving.

He told officers he had hostages, threatened to kill the hostages and told police they would only get him out by killing him.

And he caused thousands of pounds of damage to vehicles by throwing missiles at police officers below him in the street as they tried to talk him down.

McConville admitted his guilt over the rampage when he appeared in the dock at Paisley Sheriff Court on Friday.

 

The 31-year-old saw red on March 18 last year - three weeks to the day after Hoops boss Rodgers left the Scottish Champions.

 

Rodgers, 46, was on the verge of delivering a historic Treble Treble but shocked celtic fans when he opted to join Leicester City .

And McConville used the return of the celtic boss as one of his 'ransom demands' during the stand-off.

On Friday he struck a deal with prosecutors to plead guilty to six charges - in exchange for five being dropped.

 

He admitted behaving in a threatening or abusive way, possession of a knife, damaging cars and three charges of smashing windows.

Procurator Fiscal Depute Claire Rowan said a neighbour had called police due to McConville throwing items on to the street.

The prosecutor explained: "On arriving, they saw a large tin of white paint had burst in to the roadway.

"Other items were strewn across the road and pavement and officers spoke to a neighbour of McConville's, who said her four-month-old baby had been woken up by his racket.

 

"Back-up was requested and McConville then began smashing the windows of his neighbours' homes - before kicking one of their doors in and arming himself with a kitchen knife he fetched from his own home.

 

McConville said he had hostages and threatened to "chop their f****** heads off" and added: "I'll be leaving here in a body bag."

He then cable tied the close door and began throwing items from the balcony on to the street, and again threatened to kill his non-existent prisoners, shouting to police: "Youse will have to shoot me or I'll cut the hostages heads off."

The court heard that he caused nearly £4,500 worth of damage to two police cars and two civilian vehicles by throwing items off the balcony.

 

Defence solicitor Rhona Lynch said the incident had come about as McConville was battling personal demons at the time.

The solicitor said: "He accepts this is a very serious matter."

"He was suffering from severe depression. He was unable to work as a self-employed floor layer, which was a job he had excelled in, and enjoyed, since leaving school.

"He has turned his life around since this incident. He had been at a very close friend's funeral, had been drinking all day and was heavily intoxicated.

"The incident was videod and went viral on Facebook and social media and he has been deeply embarrassed and ashamed as everyone in the local area watched the way in which he behaved.

 

"As is often the case with young men, he had not dealt with his mental health and was trying to cope on his own.

"He was over-indulging in alcohol and, unfortunately, the death of his friend brought this to a head.

"He suffered a severe leg injury which required surgery, and fell in to depression because of that.

"His friend's death was the straw that broke the camel's back."

After hearing the father-of-two has the support of his partner and family, Sheriff David Pender called for background reports to be prepared ahead of sentencing and adjourned the case until next month for that to be done. 

https://www.BOYCOTT THIS LINK/news/crime/paisley-flats-siege-armed-police-21256195

Now that really says it all about these morons

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