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I see there was an extended debate on it in the Scottish Parliament as well. All of the mhanky MSP fans doing wee speeches, as well as MSP fans of some other clubs sucking up by doing their wee speech tributes.

Be great in 2022 when they do one for us... 

 

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1 hour ago, Rfc52 said:

Susan Boyle :lol:

Mind she couldn't mind the words to mull of kintyre :lol:

 

Surprised she can remember her name mate 

18 minutes ago, Inigo said:

I see there was an extended debate on it in the Scottish Parliament as well. All of the mhanky MSP fans doing wee speeches, as well as MSP fans of some other clubs sucking up by doing their wee speech tributes.

Be great in 2022 when they do one for us... 

 

That's ridiculous mate ,they bams are getting paid from the public purse for that ffs 

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2 hours ago, BRITNEY IS NOT FEELING IT said:

A-LIST rocker Rod Stewart waived his appearance fee for the club he loves who were celebrating the achievements of the Lisbon Lions last night.

Elaine C Smith hosted the Celebrate 67 show at the SSE Hydro and revealed to the audience that the singer had waived his fee, and jumped at the chance to take part.

Rod even flew his full band into Scotland for the event which was packed with celebrities including Line of Duty star Martin Compston and Susan Boyle.

The rock concert was put on for the Lisbon Lions who won the European Cup on May 25, 1967 after beating Inter Milan 2-1.

The Parkhead club also said at the event that the money raised would go towards the club's charity arm The Celtic Foundation.

Lifelong Hoops fan Rod wowed the audience by belting out hits including Maggie May, Baby Jane and Dirty Old Town. 

Prior to Rod taking to the stage, his daughter Ruby became an instant fan favourite as her act Sisterhood performed Irish folk songs Grace and The Fields of Athenry.

But the star of the show was Rod who even made reference to Celtic's Green Brigade as he sang It's a Heartache. The Celtic supporters group sing the song In The Heat of Lisbon to the same tune. 

A host of football stars also took to the stage at the Hydro including Sir Alex Ferguson who spoke about Celtic's former bosses Jock Stein and Sean Fallon.

Videos from Gerard Butler and legend Henrik Larsson also boosted the audience while Susan Boyle singing I Dreamed a Dream gave fans a moment they will never forget.

The lions including Jim Craig and Bertie Auld sat at the front of the arena lapping up the celebration which marked one of the greatest achievements within Scottish football

 

:britney: sounds like a scumfest ffs :britney: 

 

 

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7 hours ago, BRITNEY IS NOT FEELING IT said:

Furfuxache even though I canny really stand Ferguson. Imagine the scum having an ex player of their fiercest enemy doing a speech for them .n ferguson agreeing to it .tae fuck wi that :britney:

I wonder if he mentioned that his old man ran a Celtic supporters bus from Govan?

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51 minutes ago, BRITNEY IS NOT FEELING IT said:

The hydro gig ? 

Never heard this before hp 

Heard it years ago mate, the bus ran from Neptune Street, a street so full of tarriers my old mans generation knew it as "the Irish Channel". 

The Fergusons lived round in Govan Road and my old dears family were round the corner in Orkney Street. My aunt remembers Alex from Broomloan Road Primary, she says "nobody liked him even then" :lol:

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12 minutes ago, harlands plater said:

Heard it years ago mate, the bus ran from Neptune Street, a street so full of tarriers my old mans generation knew it as "the Irish Channel". 

The Fergusons lived round in Govan Road and my old dears family were round the corner in Orkney Street. My aunt remembers Alex from Broomloan Road Primary, she says "nobody liked him even then" :lol:

Being like he's more than welcome to hang about with that mhob  mate .well suited 

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1 hour ago, LaudrupsPatrickBoots said:

Nothing but positive press for these cunts just now. No mention of the fact that an idea to have armed forces present at the Scottish cup final this weekend had to be pulled over fears of their fans causing trouble though :whistle:

Armed Forces Day has been pulled at George Square from what I know but veterans are launching a march to my knowledge.

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On Friday, May 26, 2017 at 6:01 PM, Inigo said:

I see there was an extended debate on it in the Scottish Parliament as well. All of the mhanky MSP fans doing wee speeches, as well as MSP fans of some other clubs sucking up by doing their wee speech tributes.

Be great in 2022 when they do one for us... 

 

Can't wait for the deafening silence that year, probably be illegal to support Rangers by then anyway.

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