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  1. After Peter Lawwell's half hearted and belated apology for Celtic's ill considered trip to Dubai, Neil Lennon has undone any good and lost any goodwill created by his latest outburst suggesting that one of the two most privileged clubs in the land is being discriminated against. A little self reflection and a bit of humility would not go amiss.
    3 points
  2. I would certainly welcome Billy, at least on a short term contract until the end of the season. However, whatever portion of his salary we were paying would have to fit in with our current, much more limited, wage structure.
    2 points
  3. Thank heavens for transfer rumours.
    2 points
  4. Twitter rumours linking us with Billy Mckay again (snore) if County land Jordan White from Motherwell.
    2 points
  5. https://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/football/55708298 You can read a report on Lennon's rant here. He's totally out of order. Not only does he seem to not understand the seriousness of the situation, but he also seems to be directly contradicting his Chairman. Football has been given a chance to continue and this has required all clubs to strictly adhere to the protocols. Many clubs have gone to great lengths to keep their staff and the wider public safe, but it is folk like Lennon who's failure to properly understand what's involved is going to lead to a further shut down of football i
    1 point
  6. Billy McKay and Miles Storey up top would've been an utter dream when they were both in their prime...now, it just seems pointless
    1 point
  7. Did he enjoy/appreciate his song 'used to *****/but now he's alright'? Or would he have preferred something a bit more complimentary? Does he regret any of his career move choices? Particularly the Hearts move when he may have had plenty of different offers.
    1 point
  8. They're well known for their raiders.
    1 point
  9. Keep up Jack, thats old news now. Not trying to postpone because of Robbo, but they listened to what he said. Inverness/Robbo have said they have misinterpreted what was said. Needs to be taken in the context it was written. Who buys the Sun anyway.
    1 point
  10. I’m happy to support the stance the club sees as being most appropriate for us and the players. If they are happy with the measures in place, they are best placed to judge and I will go along with that. Equally if they believe there are risks to safety and want a pause or suspension, I will go along with that too. I just long for being able to spend Saturday afternoons watching live football in the stadium, enjoying the banter and, hopefully, a winning ICT. I’m happy with whatever measures are required to enable that to happen. The sooner the better! This is the article that set
    1 point
  11. Tbh, the championship is more like Billys level, although his wages are definitely premiership.
    0 points
  12. Not much else going on at the minute in terms of football so nice to have something to talk about even if it might not come to anything
    0 points


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