F9ck him, post where ever you want.Couldn't be arsed trawling through for the Tribute Act thread to be honest. And I think it does have a material affect on how we will do this season. It will be a financial boon to our main rivals for domestic success. Time will tell whether or not it'll adversely affect their team's performance. TBH I was hoping he'd have stayed as I don't rate him much as a manager. One trophy in Nine despite outspending their opponents says a lot imho.
Yeah, I think that's a fair enough summary. Loads are raging over the proposed Higgins appointment and says it underlines the fact that the board are completely out of touch with the fans. And while the Green Brigade do bring a lot of colour and atmosphere there are times when they over-step the mark imho. Of course they refer to the more "conservative" (less radical) members of the Celtic support as the Celtic DasThere was a journo from BBC Scotland on last night on OTB primarily to talk about Slippy G but at the end the interviewer asked him about the ongoing Celtic protests. He said that they have a genuine reason to be pissed off if the rumoured appointment goes ahead but he also said that there are some Celtic fans annoyed by the actions of the green brigade, on this and in general.