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Murchie

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  1. Beat last night 3-0 by the mighty footballing nation of Kazakhstan. This is certainly a new low for Scotland. Next up on is San Marino, I honestly wouldn't be surprised if they beat us.
  2. Everton have spent £378 million on players in the last three years which has got them from 11th to 9th https://www.dailymail.co.uk/sport/football/article-6717711/Farhad-Moshiri-spent-300m-Everton-11th-ninth.html To many clubs are just becoming a play thing for billionaires.
  3. Certainly left it late last night but job done.
  4. In the here and now I think its probably a good move as he knows exactly what's required and I firmly believe that the senior players, who know him very well, would have been asked about how they felt about him coming back. Two very big games for him to start off with, away to Hearts tonight, then away to Hibs on Sunday in the Scottish cup QF.
  5. As I said earlier when the relationship between the chief executive and the manager breaks down there will only be one outcome. The lack of any sort of comment from the players is very telling though.
  6. An interesting observation One factor was missing from Brendan Rodgers’ departure from Celtic for Leicester City- best wishes or thanks from any of the players he left behind. Social media reactions are a regular feature as managers move on but there wasn’t a single message posted on line from the Celtic players. In his cringe-worthy departure message Rodgers described the players glowingly claiming ‘Every one of them will be a friend for life.’ It seems that that sentiment isn’t two way.
  7. And some absolute nonsense. https://talksport.com/football/501627/brendan-rodgers-scared-steven-gerrard-and-rangers-adrian-durham/amp/
  8. An interesting read. https://thecelticblog.com/2019/02/blogs/brendan-rodgers-greatness-sullied-by-astonishing-selfishness-and-a-breathtaking-act-of-betrayal/
  9. He was, gone history so we move on. Meanwhile Lenny gets news of Brendan's departure.
  10. Celtic are on the verge of a treble treble, not Brendan Rodgers.
  11. As I said above, break down in his relationship with Peter Lawwell. When there is a break down in a relationship between a chief executive and a manager the outcome will always be the same "We would like to thank Brendan......."
  12. For me if he does go a lot of it will be because of the break down of his relationship with Celtic chief executive Peter Lawwell. I don't think it was ever great but if your a Celtic fan you know its been strained for a long time now.
  13. All over the internet now that he's in Leicester for talks, some even reporting it's as good as a done deal.
  14. They would be if they were his.
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