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16 minutes ago, gannonball said:

Motherwell seem to have been pretty terrible of late so guessing they will have welcomed the international break abit.

Probably still a heavy win for us followed by a heavy defeat against Lazio next week. 

Sounds about right.

Just looking for a bit of damage limitation and Kettlewell hopefully setting us up with guys in their proper positions and a bit of width and pace. 

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23 minutes ago, Dosser1886 said:

Sounds about right.

Just looking for a bit of damage limitation and Kettlewell hopefully setting us up with guys in their proper positions and a bit of width and pace. 

Tbh we can probs be gotten at with width at the moment. Our full backs have been pretty suspect all season and no Maeda will mean less pressing in those areas. Easier said than done if a team is lacking any sort of confidence though.

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34 minutes ago, gannonball said:

Tbh we can probs be gotten at with width at the moment. Our full backs have been pretty suspect all season and no Maeda will mean less pressing in those areas. Easier said than done if a team is lacking any sort of confidence though.

Well that’s good we have lots of width…. Oh wait. We have none and even those out wide turn inside as they are playing in the wrong side. 

Genuinely see this as a free hit. Our season returns next week against Dundee. This game couldn’t come at a worse time off the back of our stinking run and an international break.

Team already low in confidence, could get an utter thumping and then heading into the Dundee game even more down. 
 

Or on the bright side, team low on confidence get a great result away to the league champions with a much bigger budget, confidence is high going into the Dundee game…. Nope me neither.

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That Palma boy put in a few good crosses, heard something about him being injured.  Has Kyogo’s headache cleared up?  Hopefully he won’t be as reckless against us.  
 

Put Mugabi in at the back to cut out any crosses.  Put Butcher about 20 yards out to snap into anyone taking a shot from distance.

Celtic will push up so maybe Biereth can get beyond their defence.

3-0 home win will be respectable.

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  • gannonball changed the title to Celtic v Motherwell

I might watch this game until the 3rd goal goes in. Therefore giving up after 15-20 minutes or thereabouts.

Hopefully the International break has made the players forget how shit we / they have been. 

5-5-0 or 5-4-1. Shitfest our way to a respectable 2 or 3 goal defeat 🤷‍♂️.

Remembering that the gulf between Motherwell and Celtic is in fact much greater than the gulf between Celtic and Athletico Madrid, Barcelona, Man City etc. 

The 4 games that come after this will literally make or break our season and the future of the Manager. 

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Green Brigade Celtic day of action plans laid out as ultras to 'welcome the team' after promise to board

The supporters group are to hold a day of action against the Parkhead club as their row boils on.

 

The Green Brigade have set out their plans for a "day of action" as their ongoing row with Celtic continues.

The ultras group, who are at loggerheads with the club, were told their 200 members had their season tickets suspended indefinitely due to an “increasingly serious escalation in unacceptable behaviours and non-compliance with applicable regulations," after the supporters section had shown support for Palestine in recent weeks, including during a Champions League match with Atletico Madrid. The Green Brigade were a hot topic at this week's Celtic AGM with the two parties seemingly no closer to a resolution.

 

The North Curve section of Celtic Park promised a "day of action'"if the row wasn't resolved before Saturday's clash with Motherwell in the Scottish Premiership, and it seems as if the group have set out plans to be at the stadium. A post from the group's Twitter account states they will 'welcome the team' on the Celtic Way before the game.


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A time has been set for 1.15pm before the 3pm kick-off after Parkhead chiefs claimed some members of the group wanted to distance themselves from the section. A Green Brigade statement that laid out the "day of action" earlier this month read: "Following the latest reworked statement from the PLC board, we would like to address a few brief points. We see little value in continuing this online game of statement-tennis which was initiated by the PLC board, and which it continues to draw out by repeating the same disingenuous claims that we have already addressed

 

 

 

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Just now, YassinMoutaouakil said:

Kyogo has just scored

And……. “ Insert Celtic Player” rises unchallenged in the box to score with free header.

And……the ball is crossed into the Motherwell box 3 yards from the goal line and Kelly is rooted to the spot. 

And……“ Insert Celtic Player” is through one on one with Kelly and easily rounds the keeper to score into empty net.

And so on and so forth….

 

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9 hours ago, bennett said:

 

Green Brigade Celtic day of action plans laid out as ultras to 'welcome the team' after promise to board

The supporters group are to hold a day of action against the Parkhead club as their row boils on.

 

The Green Brigade have set out their plans for a "day of action" as their ongoing row with Celtic continues.

The ultras group, who are at loggerheads with the club, were told their 200 members had their season tickets suspended indefinitely due to an “increasingly serious escalation in unacceptable behaviours and non-compliance with applicable regulations," after the supporters section had shown support for Palestine in recent weeks, including during a Champions League match with Atletico Madrid. The Green Brigade were a hot topic at this week's Celtic AGM with the two parties seemingly no closer to a resolution.

 

The North Curve section of Celtic Park promised a "day of action'"if the row wasn't resolved before Saturday's clash with Motherwell in the Scottish Premiership, and it seems as if the group have set out plans to be at the stadium. A post from the group's Twitter account states they will 'welcome the team' on the Celtic Way before the game.


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A time has been set for 1.15pm before the 3pm kick-off after Parkhead chiefs claimed some members of the group wanted to distance themselves from the section. A Green Brigade statement that laid out the "day of action" earlier this month read: "Following the latest reworked statement from the PLC board, we would like to address a few brief points. We see little value in continuing this online game of statement-tennis which was initiated by the PLC board, and which it continues to draw out by repeating the same disingenuous claims that we have already addressed

 

 

 

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