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  1. Do people really think a club going for a historic 9 or 10 in a row is looking to offload a key player at a crucial time in the season? Or that even if that very happy and settled player was looking to leave, his club would spend precious time renegotiating an agreed contractual arrangement? There is one club here that is desperate for cash, which makes Buster's post above the most credible. He also has a long way to go to justify any 20m transfer fee.
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  2. I don't know what's more ridiculous - that people think Celtic would be looking to sell Christie at this time or that posters are still replying to Alan Simpsons posts
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  3. Totally different scenario. Tierney was not only established at Celtic for many campaigns domestic and Europe but also Scotland, in addition everyone sees him as on a par at LB to Robertson (when playing for Scotland). Given how Robertson has developed and is so pivotal to Liverpool with his runs & assists it was inevitable other big clubs would look at his equal and wonder if he can give the same - Celtic played it well and pushed to the £25M mark - he's probably not worth that figure but its a decent gamble for Arsenal when they see how Robertson is now a £40-50M player or more.
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  4. Craig Brewster involved with another club http://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/football/50548243
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  5. According to at least one of the directors, it's not 14% and we were the ones who approached Celtic a few months back asking how much they'd offer us to buy out the sell on clause and the other uplifts because we were at the point where we had no money in the bank to pay wages and the previous chairman thought he could also use the money to recoup loans he'd made to the club.
    0 points


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