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Posted by Bho on 12/18 at 10:45 pm to LSUCanFAN
Damnit CanFan, I was getting a kick out of this.


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Posted by StraightCashHomey21 on 12/19 at 3:33 am to Bho
boo my post got axed


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Posted by LSUCanFAN on 12/19 at 6:02 am to StraightCashHomey21
repost or post something similar...



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Posted by StraightCashHomey21 on 12/19 at 7:53 am to LSUCanFAN

This post has been marked unreadable!


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Posted by LSUCanFAN on 12/19 at 8:34 am to StraightCashHomey21
ah the ol'


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Posted by TN Bhoy on 12/22 at 5:37 pm to LSUCanFAN
4-0 win over Ross County. Jamesy's back













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Posted by TN Bhoy on 1/22 at 2:33 pm to Bho
AVB and Sir Awex at the Celtic-DU match today.

Hooper 1-0:




Wanyama 2-0:



Hooper 3-0:



Broony 4-0:




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Posted by LSUCanFAN on 1/22 at 4:42 pm to TN Bhoy
SPL is so fricking boring without Rangers
Meantime Scottish third division is my new favorite league



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Posted by TN Bhoy on 1/23 at 11:53 am to LSUCanFAN
Sean Fallon was laid to rest today





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Posted by LSUCanFAN on 1/23 at 12:07 pm to TN Bhoy
Sorry for the loss...


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Posted by TN Bhoy on 1/23 at 7:45 pm to LSUCanFAN
Eulogy by Sir Alex


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Posted by TN Bhoy on 1/31 at 7:37 pm to TN Bhoy
Transfer In/Out:

In:

Rami Gershon (loan with option to buy)
Tom Rogic (signed)
Brandon Payne (pre-contract)
Viktor Noring (no idea)

Out:

Mohammed Bangura (loan to Elfsborg)
Rabiu Ibrahim (to Kilmarnock, unsure if loan or deal)

Should have been:

Juan Agudelo (fricked by MLS)
Karim Ansarifard (work permit denied)


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Posted by TN Bhoy on 2/2 at 8:04 pm to TN Bhoy
The Tom Rogic story
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GIVEN how deftly he evaded the question Tom Rogic has presumably heard the X-Factor comparisons before.
That's not to say they are not valid, however. Simon Cowell's show plucks aspiring pop stars from obscurity, gives them a platform on which to demonstrate their talents (or otherwise), and, if good enough, turns them into global superstars. Rogic's meteoric rise has so far followed a similar path.

Celtic's latest signing was playing local football a few years ago when he was approached and asked if he wanted to enter "The Chance", a competition run by Nike to find and promote undiscovered talent. More than 75,000 hopefuls from 40 countries applied and Rogic made it through local, regional and national auditions to reach the last 100. The final stage – a three-day trial in London – produced eight winners, one of whom was a talented midfielder from Canberra, Australia. Rogic's reward was a year playing in the Nike Academy in England, part of which involved travelling all across Europe to play top youth sides including Celtic.

From there Rogic signed with Central Coast Mariners in the Australia A-League, his first involvement in professional football, and made such an impression that a queue of suitors soon formed. They included Reading and Fulham, and others in Spain, Belgium and beyond. It was Celtic, however, who won the race, doing enough to persuade the 20 year-old that his future lay in Scotland. Now Rogic, who a few years ago was playing the equivalent of Sunday League football, could soon be participating in a Champions League knock-out tie against Juventus. The most remarkable thing, though, about this rags-to-riches tale is just how relaxed and down-to-earth the player is about his stunning rise to prominence.

"My career path has been a bit of a strange one, not the typical route most players take," he said with some degree of understatement. "About two years ago I was playing in what was more or less a local league. There was a programme called the Nike Chance and, not being part of a professional football club, I entered it.

"That took me into the Nike Academy and I spent about six months there training and playing. Then, in January of last year, I signed with Central Coast Mariners in the A-League. That was my first professional football club so it was a big 12 months that led me to sign for Celtic.

"It sounds unreal when you think about it, almost unheard of. But in saying that I think have progressed quite well and done a lot of hard work over the past couple of years. It's really just beginning. The step-up here is massive but hopefully I can keep developing and become a better player at Celtic."

Given the option of playing in the Barclays Premier League or its Scottish equivalent, precious few these days choose the latter. Rogic explained why he did. "There was interest from Premier League clubs, but the decision was up to me. From the moment Celtic were interested, I felt quite positive about it. I believe I will get an opportunity to play here. It won't come easy and I will have to work hard but hopefully my time here will be a success. There were a lot of factors. A lot of the other clubs interested were in relegation battles and that can be a bit of a dogfight. A lot of things had an influence and only time will tell if it's the right move."



Celtic also signed someone from ManU's youth team.



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Posted by TN Bhoy on 2/3 at 10:23 pm to TN Bhoy
Celtic and TN Bhoy STAAAAACCCCKKKKKEEEEEDDDDD

Juve and the world FUUUUCCCCCKKKKKEEEEEDDDDDD






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Posted by TN Bhoy on 2/9 at 6:38 pm to TN Bhoy
Guardian article talking about how awesome we are


quote:

Canny Celtic's financial knowhow puts Premier League clubs to shame

Champions League tie against Juventus culmination of five-year plan to concentrate on youth and worldwide undervalued talent




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Posted by JB14 on 2/12 at 12:01 pm to TN Bhoy
C-O-Y-B-I-G

Big game today.



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Posted by TN Bhoy on 4/21 at 1:54 pm to TN Bhoy
CHAMPIONES!


HERE WE GO, 10 IN A ROW









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Posted by Bho on 4/21 at 1:56 pm to TN Bhoy



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Posted by Jumbeauxlaya on 4/21 at 1:57 pm to Bho
"...Trebec"


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Posted by StraightCashHomey21 on 4/21 at 1:58 pm to Bho
A frick was not given , damn I thought this thread was anchored


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