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    Bogs Dollox 2nd April 2019 at 15:33

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    If I was Brown's manager I would not be happy about his professionalism and the unnecessary wind up behaviour.

    In the Morelos incident Brown clips his his heels from behind and off the ball.



    DB have you seen the whole footage you know the footage that most of the clips leave out the few seconds before when more-or-less has a nudge into brown's back just in the passing that means the antagonist was mr freddo. I'm sure browns manager is more than happy with his professionalism. Sevco players really need to grow up and own their own lack of professionalism. If they can't stand the heat then they should stay out of the kitchen.

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    Seems weird.

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    Bogs Dollox 2nd April 2019 at 15:33

    In the Halliday incident I can't comment as the TV footage is not good but it looks to me that at least two other Rangers players should have seen red cards.


    It appears that at least 2 other sevco players were carded as well fods being 1 of them.

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    Bogs Dollox 1st April 2019 at 17:50


    If only there was a Celtic message board where important matters like this could be discussed at length.


    It was mentioned here so as far as it goes then it's up for discussion imho.

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    Bad Money?
    Shame for young Turnbull needs an op and rehabilitation of 10 to 12 weeks min so deal is officially off.

    Hopefully the youngster has a speedy recovery and is back playing for Motherwell as soon as possible.

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    StevieBC 18th June 2019 at 21:37

    Ronnie Charters‏ @STVRonnie 8m8 minutes ago

    DAVID TURNBULL UPDATE: Motherwell have accepted a £3.25 million deal for the midfielder from Premier League club Norwich City. This is after Celtic pulled the plug.


    I have not seen a mention of what the norwich bid was I think mr charters has got muddled as 3.25mill was the bid accepted from Celtic.

    Bbc and stv only places a figure is released. Let’s see how long his agent waits before agitating for a Christie move.

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    StevieBC 16th June 2019 at 09:04


    As a Bampot, I am always quick to criticise the way RIFC/TRFC goes about its business.

    So, it would be churlish to avoid criticising Lawwell and his handling of the Turnbull transfer (?) from Motherwell.


    The salient point of this saga seems to be that the player's agent is trying to hustle a better deal for his client.

    The phrase "No sh!t Sherlock!" springs to mind.


    It would also appear that a helpful leak was provided to the SMSM, that Turnbull had been offered "magnificent" personal terms and which were supposedly better than what Virgil Van Dijk was on originally. All very embarrassing and all very irrelevant.

    There should have been dignified silence from CFC until the player had actually signed a contract, IMO.


    I'm not sure about a helpful leak stevie Celtic had already posted it on their twitter account. Imo Celtic have played it correctly the guy is a 19yr old kid who to date has had a 6 month career at Motherwell and was offered a 10 fold increase in wages. His agent who is also the agent for stuart armstrong and ryan christie will already know the wage structure at Parkhead so is trying to leverage a higher wage than that of a lot of the established first team players. keeping that in mind how long would it have been before he was whispering in the ear of christie about a pay rise. Celtic have a wage structure and if they are not willing to break that for a kid who has potential nothing more he may go on to be great he could also get a career threatening injury in his next game.So much better to get out in front here by laying the blame for this at the feet of those who are to blame if Celtic had waited and he had signed elsewhere Peter Lawwell would be getting it in the neck. I have noted already this morning that the player and his team are now saying it's not really about money but about who will progress his career better.If it is not the fault of the club then all clubs should be doing the same.Already it is being compared to the mcginn saga of last season however Hibs were never going to sell him to Celtic so long as Petrie had anything to do with it.

    Just my opinion.

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    So Scott Brown cleared of whatever it was that the charged him with however I see the article says that he had been offered a 2 match ban I hadn't heard this before.



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    Have Hearts become the new Aberdeen when it comes to playing sevco,is big Craig taking tactical lessons from wee Deek. They started the season so well but have fallen by the wayside.