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1 minute ago, sbcmfc said:

I see Celtic have released a statement.

I’m paraphrasing, but the jist is.

”we condemn the singing, but they started it...”

Oh please do tell, how did the Aberdeen fans start it? 

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2 minutes ago, vanderark14 said:

Oh please do tell, how did the Aberdeen fans start it? 

:lol:

have you seen the statement?

Presume their were some child abuse related songs sung.

Also unacceptable, but some piece of whataboutery from Celtic.

 

 

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15 minutes ago, vanderark14 said:

Oh please do tell, how did the Aberdeen fans start it? 

Maybe they mean they started it by calling Gerrard a sad orange bastard after the cup win at Ibrox

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17 minutes ago, sbcmfc said:

:lol:

have you seen the statement?

Presume their were some child abuse related songs sung.

Also unacceptable, but some piece of whataboutery from Celtic.

 

 

Scottish football at its fucking finest these last few weeks

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59 minutes ago, sbcmfc said:

:lol:

have you seen the statement?

Presume their were some child abuse related songs sung.

Also unacceptable, but some piece of whataboutery from Celtic.

 

 

Is this an official Celtic statement? I can't see it on the website

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1 hour ago, killiefaetheferry said:

McGinn injured, Ferguson suspended ? Any others missing ?

McInnes off to invade Poland it would appear. 

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Typical statement from one half of the bigot brothers. Whataboutery in overdrive and totally pathetic. Compare that to how Hearts are going about things. Sort your own fans out first before you get on your high horse about anyone else

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42 minutes ago, Terry Munro said:

Is this an official Celtic statement? I can't see it on the website

Sky sports were showing it on Twitter.

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3 minutes ago, dipped flake said:

Typical statement from one half of the bigot brothers. Whataboutery in overdrive and totally pathetic. Compare that to how Hearts are going about things. Sort your own fans out first before you get on your high horse about anyone else

Why should Celtic not highlight offensive chanting?

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5 minutes ago, Terry Munro said:

Why should Celtic not highlight 

A club more offended by people mocking the club for covering up child abuse than they are about the abuse itself. 

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7 minutes ago, Terry Munro said:

Why should Celtic not highlight offensive chanting?

They should.

Perhaps in a statement about abusive chanting from Celtic fans isn’t the place to do it though...

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9 hours ago, Terry Munro said:

Why should Celtic not highlight offensive chanting?

Bacuase it's deflecting away from what is criminal behaviour on the part of Celtic fans, on the basis that Celtic are offended by lawful behaviour.

They are quite entitled to be offended, in the same way as Aberdeen fans are entitled to be offended at being accused of sheep shagging. But being offended isn't an excuse for crossing the line into criminal behaviour. There is this constant debate about where the line is...it's there...when the words uttered are, in themselves, criminal. 

Also it's implying some kind of link or causation between the offensive chanting of Aberdeen fans and the criminal chanting of Celtic fans. When the real reason for Celtic fan behaviour is religious intolerance and hatred.

Complete shitebag statement and a whole bunch of Celtic fans on here showing themselves up.

 

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Celtic, much like their bigoted brother from Govan, are a total cunt of a club, ran by cunts and supported by cunts.

 

The fact that they can't even condemn their own fans properly for poor behaviour, just shows what they are all about. Cunts

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1 hour ago, Morrisandmoo said:

Bacuase it's deflecting away from what is criminal behaviour on the part of Celtic fans, on the basis that Celtic are offended by lawful behaviour.

They are quite entitled to be offended, in the same way as Aberdeen fans are entitled to be offended at being accused of sheep shagging. But being offended isn't an excuse for crossing the line into criminal behaviour. There is this constant debate about where the line is...it's there...when the words uttered are, in themselves, criminal. 

Also it's implying some kind of link or causation between the offensive chanting of Aberdeen fans and the criminal chanting of Celtic fans. When the real reason for Celtic fan behaviour is religious intolerance and hatred.

Complete shitebag statement and a whole bunch of Celtic fans on here showing themselves up.

 

If i saw you in the street and shouted "peido" at you, would that be lawful?

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6 minutes ago, Terry Munro said:

If i saw you in the street and shouted "peido" at you, would that be lawful?

Yes, certainly nothing unlawful about calling someone a paedo. Very offensive if untrue right enough. Same category as sheep shagger.

It's true that shouting at someone, unprovoked, could be a crime regardless of the words. But that's about form and manner rather than content.

It is legal to sing at the football (form) and it's legal to accuse a football club and their fans of supporting peado (content).

On the other hand, calling someone a fenian or an orange bastard is illegal, in and of itself.

The point being that Celtic fans are saying things that are illegal because of religious intolerance and hatred. And there is no excuse for that, regardless of what you or anybody else thinks. 

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1 minute ago, Morrisandmoo said:

Yes, certainly nothing unlawful about calling someone a paedo. Very offensive if untrue right enough. Same category as sheep shagger.

It's true that shouting at someone, unprovoked, could be a crime regardless of the words. But that's about form and manner rather than content.

It is legal to sing at the football (form) and it's legal to accuse a football club and their fans of supporting peado (content).

On the other hand, calling someone a fenian or an orange bastard is illegal, in and of itself.

The point being that Celtic fans are saying things that are illegal because of religious intolerance and hatred. And there is no excuse for that, regardless of what you or anybody else thinks. 

It's fuck all to do with his religion and everything to do with his connection to Rangers. Neil Mcann and Steven Gerrard get called dobs as well, and they're Catholics.

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11 hours ago, Terry Munro said:

Why should Celtic not highlight offensive chanting?

As I said, pathetic and so old firm. 

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1 hour ago, ONeils4oyarder said:

Celtic, much like their bigoted brother from Govan, are a total cunt of a club, ran by cunts and supported by cunts.

 

The fact that they can't even condemn their own fans properly for poor behaviour, just shows what they are all about. Cunts

This is, when all is said and done, a Scotland fans' board.

This isn't acceptable.

And it's not even wine o'clock.

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16 minutes ago, Terry Munro said:

It's fuck all to do with his religion and everything to do with his connection to Rangers. Neil Mcann and Steven Gerrard get called dobs as well, and they're Catholics.

Deny it all you want. Doesn't change the fact that you and your club practice bigotry borne out of religious intolerance and hatred.

Whether you recognise it or not, whether you identify as a bigot or not and whether you think it's justified or not. Is all irrelevant.

For the record, i think your Rangers brothers are worse offenders. But that too is also irrelevant.

 

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3 minutes ago, TAMB2 said:

This is, when all is said and done, a Scotland fans' board.

This isn't acceptable.

And it's not even wine o'clock.

It absolutely is. What's not acceptable are Scotland fans on here defending and excusing bigotry. Which is a much bigger problem.

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1 hour ago, Morrisandmoo said:

Bacuase it's deflecting away from what is criminal behaviour on the part of Celtic fans, on the basis that Celtic are offended by lawful behaviour.

They are quite entitled to be offended, in the same way as Aberdeen fans are entitled to be offended at being accused of sheep shagging. But being offended isn't an excuse for crossing the line into criminal behaviour. There is this constant debate about where the line is...it's there...when the words uttered are, in themselves, criminal. 

Also it's implying some kind of link or causation between the offensive chanting of Aberdeen fans and the criminal chanting of Celtic fans. When the real reason for Celtic fan behaviour is religious intolerance and hatred.

Complete shitebag statement and a whole bunch of Celtic fans on here showing themselves up.

 

 

31 minutes ago, Morrisandmoo said:

Yes, certainly nothing unlawful about calling someone a paedo. Very offensive if untrue right enough. Same category as sheep shagger.

It's true that shouting at someone, unprovoked, could be a crime regardless of the words. But that's about form and manner rather than content.

It is legal to sing at the football (form) and it's legal to accuse a football club and their fans of supporting peado (content).

On the other hand, calling someone a fenian or an orange bastard is illegal, in and of itself.

The point being that Celtic fans are saying things that are illegal because of religious intolerance and hatred. And there is no excuse for that, regardless of what you or anybody else thinks. 

 

6 minutes ago, Morrisandmoo said:

Deny it all you want. Doesn't change the fact that you and your club practice bigotry borne out of religious intolerance and hatred.

Whether you recognise it or not, whether you identify as a bigot or not and whether you think it's justified or not. Is all irrelevant.

For the record, i think your Rangers brothers are worse offenders. But that too is also irrelevant.

 

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This is getting as bad as the Scott Brown incident after the Rangers game.....take your beating and move on ffs.......deflection mode on full from the sheep shaggers 

 

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