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6 minutes ago, Sweetheart said:

The impression is she has been told to back off but by who? I'm beginning to wonder if someone from her party was part of the Dubai jolly as nobody taking responsibility for the hotel breaches seen within the pictures of the pub and the pool.  Our club should be asking why our 2 players were reprimanded but the association is quite happy to look the other way for cfc.

She say's all bets are off if the rules are abused again by ANY sport. Does this mean if someone abuses the rules in rugby, then Football and other sports fixture in Scotland gets shut down? It's unclear what she means..

 

There isn't a chance she does anything to the rugby, doubt she will do anything while the tims are at fault either but if it was us we probably wouldn't even be allowed back into the country. 

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celtic ace Christopher Jullien holds crutches as Hoops land back at Glasgow Airport following Dubai trip

celtic are back in Glasgow following their winter training camp in Dubai - with Christopher Jullien spotted holding his crutches.
The Hoops controversially jetted out to the Middle East just hours after their 1-0 Old Firm defeat last Saturday.

Jullien walking down stairs holding a bag in one hand and his crutches in the otherCredit: Willie Vass - The Sun
But SunSport pictures have capture the moment the Parkhead players and staff made their way inside in the terminal building at Glasgow Airport tonight.
The plane landed shortly before 5pm this evening.
The Hoops players could be seen walking down stairs to make their way for the airport exits.
The likes of Odsonne Edouard, Jeremie Frimpong, Diego Laxalt, David Turnbull, Christopher Jullien, Callum McGregor, Ewan Henderson and other members of the squad were all spotted.

Jullien was seen with his crutches in one hand, and a bag in the other. The Frenchman has been ruled out for up to FOUR months after sustaining a serious knee injury versus Dundee United.
Neil Lennon and Co. then made their way on to their team bus, which left the airport ground at around 5.45pm.
The Bhoys will now up their preparations for Monday night's clash with Hibs at Parkhead, which was moved to accommodate the Dubai trip.
Earlier this week we told you how the SFA WON'T investigate celtic's decision to travel for the winter training camp in the UAE.
First minister Nicola Sturgeon called for the governing body to look into the trip.
The FM said snaps widely shared online "raised a question" whether "all the rules on what elite players have to do within their bubbles around social distancing are being complied with."

SunSport understands the SFA feels there is no need to investigate celtic's decision to go on the trip which they and all relevant authorities signed off on back in November when the SPFL agreed to move their match against Hibernian to January 11.
It will then be over to the compliance officer to decide as to whether any protocol breaches have taken place out there - but there is no suggestion as yet that the Hoops will face any further action.
The Scottish Government said on Monday: "We would expect the SFA to look into celtic's trip further - while there are travel exemptions for elite sports which are designed to facilitate international and European competition, if we feel they're being abused, we won't hesitate to remove this privilege."
celtic insisted that the training camp was arranged a number of months ago and approved by all relevant footballing authorities through the Joint Response Group on November 12.

The club responded: "If the club had not received Scottish Government approval then we would not have travelled."
Celts boss Lennon said the trip was purely to help the club get their season back on track.
With the UAE on the current travel exempt list, there’s no requirement for 10 days of self isolation for anyone who returns from the country.
But photos of the Hoops stars relaxing on the break sparked ire among fans.

In one pic, gaffer Lennon and his skipper, Scott Brown, were seen lounging on sunbeds by the pool at Le Royal Meridien, with pints of beer on the table between them.
Other backroom staff are also kicking back on the poolside loungers in the snap.
Meanwhile, celtic's game in hand against Aberdeen has been moved to a 6pm kick-off at the request of Uefa.
The Hoops are due to host Derek McInnes' side on Wednesday 17 February after the original clash was postponed due to coronavirus breaches in August.

The game - which will be played at celtic Park - was due to kick off at 7pm.
However, the match has been rescheduled to kick off at an earlier time of 6pm after a request from Uefa.
The Champions League last 16 takes place on the same evening with Sevilla hosting Dortmund and Porto taking on Juventus at 8pm.
It's just one of a number of fixture amendments made by the SPFL.

 

 

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4 hours ago, Vision said:

https://www.thescottishsun.co.uk/sport/football/6508827/celtic-jullien-glasgow-airport-dubai/

celtic ace Christopher Jullien holds crutches as Hoops land back at Glasgow Airport following Dubai trip

celtic are back in Glasgow following their winter training camp in Dubai - with Christopher Jullien spotted holding his crutches.
The Hoops controversially jetted out to the Middle East just hours after their 1-0 Old Firm defeat last Saturday.

Jullien walking down stairs holding a bag in one hand and his crutches in the otherCredit: Willie Vass - The Sun
But SunSport pictures have capture the moment the Parkhead players and staff made their way inside in the terminal building at Glasgow Airport tonight.
The plane landed shortly before 5pm this evening.
The Hoops players could be seen walking down stairs to make their way for the airport exits.
The likes of Odsonne Edouard, Jeremie Frimpong, Diego Laxalt, David Turnbull, Christopher Jullien, Callum McGregor, Ewan Henderson and other members of the squad were all spotted.

Jullien was seen with his crutches in one hand, and a bag in the other. The Frenchman has been ruled out for up to FOUR months after sustaining a serious knee injury versus Dundee United.
Neil Lennon and Co. then made their way on to their team bus, which left the airport ground at around 5.45pm.
The Bhoys will now up their preparations for Monday night's clash with Hibs at Parkhead, which was moved to accommodate the Dubai trip.
Earlier this week we told you how the SFA WON'T investigate celtic's decision to travel for the winter training camp in the UAE.
First minister Nicola Sturgeon called for the governing body to look into the trip.
The FM said snaps widely shared online "raised a question" whether "all the rules on what elite players have to do within their bubbles around social distancing are being complied with."

SunSport understands the SFA feels there is no need to investigate celtic's decision to go on the trip which they and all relevant authorities signed off on back in November when the SPFL agreed to move their match against Hibernian to January 11.
It will then be over to the compliance officer to decide as to whether any protocol breaches have taken place out there - but there is no suggestion as yet that the Hoops will face any further action.
The Scottish Government said on Monday: "We would expect the SFA to look into celtic's trip further - while there are travel exemptions for elite sports which are designed to facilitate international and European competition, if we feel they're being abused, we won't hesitate to remove this privilege."
celtic insisted that the training camp was arranged a number of months ago and approved by all relevant footballing authorities through the Joint Response Group on November 12.

The club responded: "If the club had not received Scottish Government approval then we would not have travelled."
Celts boss Lennon said the trip was purely to help the club get their season back on track.
With the UAE on the current travel exempt list, there’s no requirement for 10 days of self isolation for anyone who returns from the country.
But photos of the Hoops stars relaxing on the break sparked ire among fans.

In one pic, gaffer Lennon and his skipper, Scott Brown, were seen lounging on sunbeds by the pool at Le Royal Meridien, with pints of beer on the table between them.
Other backroom staff are also kicking back on the poolside loungers in the snap.
Meanwhile, celtic's game in hand against Aberdeen has been moved to a 6pm kick-off at the request of Uefa.
The Hoops are due to host Derek McInnes' side on Wednesday 17 February after the original clash was postponed due to coronavirus breaches in August.

The game - which will be played at celtic Park - was due to kick off at 7pm.
However, the match has been rescheduled to kick off at an earlier time of 6pm after a request from Uefa.
The Champions League last 16 takes place on the same evening with Sevilla hosting Dortmund and Porto taking on Juventus at 8pm.
It's just one of a number of fixture amendments made by the SPFL.

 

 

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5 hours ago, Sweetheart said:

Agreed. I think Rangers must ask for clarification from the SFA/SPFL.

Why was Sturgeon trying to be 'diplomatic' when talking about cfc's breaches of protocols yet when the other clubs had incidents she was 'pretty furious'.  Do cfc donate to her party funds? More questions need to be asked by MSPs and journalists over this.

 

When other clubs broke rules the wee smelly dyke mentioned rangers. Very strange from her. 

Also no chance we will ask for clarification. We should be but we seem to hink the dignified silence these days is still the best policy.

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5 hours ago, Sweetheart said:

Agreed. I think Rangers must ask for clarification from the SFA/SPFL.

Why was Sturgeon trying to be 'diplomatic' when talking about cfc's breaches of protocols yet when the other clubs had incidents she was 'pretty furious'.  Do cfc donate to her party funds? More questions need to be asked by MSPs and journalists over this.

 

Probably because it’s her core support.

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29 minutes ago, Docspawn said:

Has there been any pictures/ evidence that any ‘training’ actually took place over there ?

No mate 

Does anyone else think there’s a chance they booked this trip as a way of possibly having the league stopped in case they fell too far behind as they have done?

@Sweetheart?

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1 hour ago, Docspawn said:

Has there been any pictures/ evidence that any ‘training’ actually took place over there ?

After the first day's pictures they had to make sure that happened, so they did.

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9 minutes ago, tannerall said:

The SNP chief added: "I've also seen some photographs - and I can only comment on what I've seen - that would raise a question in my mind about whether all the rules on what elite players have to do within their bubbles around around social distancing are being complied with."

She's the first minister so why the fuck did she not get her office to ask the question directly and get an answer from them before they came back ?

 

There was quote by the dentist guy in yesterday’s Scottish government media talks that I thought was interesting. The elite travelling for training should be restricted to only the staff that require it, the pictures doesn’t really show that. 
 

Maybe things are going on behind the scenes. 

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21 minutes ago, Howsitgoing said:

There was quote by the dentist guy in yesterday’s Scottish government media talks that I thought was interesting. The elite travelling for training should be restricted to only the staff that require it, the pictures doesn’t really show that. 
 

Maybe things are going on behind the scenes. 

Nothing will come of the trip. Never does. Won’t change now. 

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22 minutes ago, Howsitgoing said:

There was quote by the dentist guy in yesterday’s Scottish government media talks that I thought was interesting. The elite travelling for training should be restricted to only the staff that require it, the pictures doesn’t really show that. 
 

Maybe things are going on behind the scenes. 

Doubt it mate. Too big a brush for sweeping. 

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40 minutes ago, tannerall said:

The SNP chief added: "I've also seen some photographs - and I can only comment on what I've seen - that would raise a question in my mind about whether all the rules on what elite players have to do within their bubbles around around social distancing are being complied with."

She's the first minister so why the fuck did she not get her office to ask the question directly and get an answer from them before they came back ?

 

far too diplomatic if you're asking me :stevieg:

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