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    Is it time for the Sin Bin?

    Has anyone ever heard a celtic supporter, player, manager, director coming away with such an outrageous statement?

    Annoyingly yes. Celtic TV commentator last season when Celtic won (against Killie I think it was) to go top of the league for the first time in the season.

    A real clanger given the SFM ethos of eschewing self-entitlement, but few are immune to that infection.

    Is it time for the Sin Bin?

    This is the Private Eye clipping that Ex-Ludo was trying to post yesterday .

    Is it time for the Sin Bin?


    My personal view is that banning opposing fans from the New Glasgow Derby (see what I did there?) would be a great boost to the local A&Es and police service.

    It is not a spectacle in anything but the most absurd sense, and regularly makes us a laughing stock of the tea-in-china-cups brigade down south as we indulge in a bit of provincial drunken-thuggish stereotyping.

    Absolutely the way forward. I disagree with Brendan Rodgers 100% on the atmosphere thing – it’s poison: although I don’t see how the title-deciding status would make things any worse than they already are.

    Unless of course we would move further up the deeper end of the blood-pool? 21

    Waists anyone? Shooders?

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