Scottish Premier League News 2003/04

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Fcuk, I hate Rangers. That should be a decent start to the thread.


I'm hoping to hear from MON over the next couple of days regarding some transfers.
 

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Although Walks and I don't see eye-to-eye, which has nothing to do with me being Tattoo's stunt-double, I agree with his position on McManananaanana.

He fancies himself as a bit of lad, which doesn't go over to well in Glesga. Funny how 60K/week and a fleet of Ferrari's can change a fella? In addition, he's shite.

I think this would be a great buy for Celtic.

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To the tunes of "Follow, Follow" then "The Cry Was No Surrender", folks:

Borrow, borrow, we will borrow millions
Anywhere, everywhere we will borrow on
Dundee, Hamilton, we'd even tap the Vatican
If we go to Dublin we will borrow there

Altogether now the cry was no more spending
No more spending or we'll die, die, die
With cap in hand and millions owed
We'd sell old Derry's walls

For there's not a bank like the Bank of Scotland
No, not one and there never shall be one
The bank manager knows all about our troubles
We will sell till there's no one left
Oh, for there's not a bank like the Bank of Scotland
No, not one and there never shall be one

Hello, hello, we're 90 million in debt
Hello, hello, we're not insolvent yet
We're up to our knees in Murray's debt
Sell players or we'll die
For we are the poorest club in Scotland.

Finally listenable. :p
 

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Celtic preseason

Monday 7th July: Kunsbaka v Celtic, Sweden.
Tuesday 8th July: GAIS v Celtic, Sweden.
Thursday 10th July: Helsingborgs v Celtic Sweden
Thursday 17th July: Fulham v Celtic Loftus Road.
Tuesday 22nd July: Celtic v Man U
Seattle Seahawks Stadium USA Kick-Off TBC
Friday 25th July: Celtic v AC Milan
Cleveland Browns Stadium, USA, kick off TBC

Some other dates of interest:

Wednesday 30th July: CL Qualifier - 1st leg.

Saturday 2nd August: Celtic v Arsenal, Celtic Park, kick off 3.00pm.

Wednesday 6th August: CL Qualifier - 2nd leg.

Saturday 9th August: SPL 2003/2004 begins.

Can you say jet lag. They will be knackered before the season starts.
 

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The first Old Firm clash is scheduled for the opening weekend of October at Ibrox, while the New Year derby has been restored to the calendar with a 3 January date at Celtic Park.
 

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First confused, then surprised

Originally posted by steve1234

Some other dates of interest:


Can you say jet lag. They will be knackered before the season starts. [/B]
:confused: some other dates of interest.....usually this is preceded by actual dates of interest and then more after - who really cares where, when and who they lose to

:rolleyes: and then I'm surprised by the jet lag comment - excuses getting lined up again ? not you fellas - when will they end lads:p
 

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Don't you worry, I'm sure that by the first week of October they will be well rested and ready to throttle the Ibrox bunch. And by the way, not an excuse. Just a comment on how hectic thier schedule is. It's amazing the commitment they have to entertaining thier fans, home or away. Rangers I hear has entered a Tourney at Saltcoats.
 

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Zurab

"RANGERS are making good progress in their bid to sign Georgian star Zurab Khizanishvili. The talented defender passed a medical and agreed terms with the Light Blues today although there are still a few details to iron out."
 

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That, and the fact that Frank DeBoer is also linked in talks with the 'Gers also.

Oh, and apparently Arthur Numan is having a change of heart.
I don't know if we need anymore International team stars though, especially ones from a country like Holland. :rolleyes:

Money? What money? :confused:


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RF,

Both bits of information are false. De Boer has NO interest in playing for Rangers and Newman is definitely not going to play. It really doesn't matter because Celtic have a HUGE signing that will become public in the next few days. I can assure you that he is not Georgian.


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Rumours

Spotted in Glesga, Kevin Philips. So whats he doing there, a holiday in bonny Scotland, or a business trip?
 

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I'm sorry, Kevin who? ;)

Is that your BIG signing Bhoys?

Motherwell to sell James McFadden to Rangers?

More Scots in the squad - I like it.
 
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