Month: February 2013

THE END OF THE ROAD – by Pensionerbhoy

There must be many today who feel we have reached the end of the road with regard to the behaviour of football fans.  For quite some time now there have been ongoing controversies surrounding Celtic supporters, the singing of “patriotic” songs and the display of distasteful or inappropriate banners.  The Green Brigade has been the […]

Since when do you need a songbook as a moral compass ?

If some thing is wrong then it is wrong. We humans are gifted with common history, intelligence and a thing called gut feeling to help us form moral judgments. Unless it’s a book of religious hymns we don’t rely on an approved song book to know the difference between what is good and what is morally repugnant. Ally […]

Tam Rogne, Top Earner?

  Back in September I put a blog on TCN regarding Thomas Rogne’s first contract rejection. I stated that in my personal opinion, Thomas Rogne was the best centre half we had at the club, that WHEN Thomas is Fit, our defence is more solid & reliable. This blog was posted as it was in […]

Turnbull Hutton on League Recon and Rangers Demise

This is an audio broadcast released by Raith Rovers FC where Chairman Turnbull Hutton Speaks at a Raith Rovers open meeting about League reconstruction and the demise of Rangers FC. I think all fans of Scottish Football will enjoy listening to what he has to say as it gives an insight into last years shambolic rush […]

The Story is There if You dig.

The Celtic Network would like to congratulate Alex Thompson of Chanel 4 News and the BBC Scotland’s Mark Daly and his team on the awards they picked up at the prestigious Royal Television Society. Mark Daly fronted “The Men Who Sold the Jersey’s” an investigative documentary into the now dead Rangers Football Club’s use of EBT’s and side letters. The program […]

Creating Divisions

Don’t worry, this ain’t another League Reconstruction blog by yours truly. Personally I feel that it’s more important. This blog was planned before the past weekend, certain things which I had noticed I thought I’d use TCN to get my point across a lot more than any 140 character tweet could. However with recent events […]