the spivs1367061750411SEVCOIts been some match watching the spivs v the other spivs but today sees Mike Ashley emerge as champion and victor and leaves the fans donald ducked and sevco facing massive cuts ,this could be the end of fat sally no more lol trying to pretend to be a manager Sallys wage could run a club in his league for more than a year so why would mike want him there he has served his purpose conning the fans for green and whyte,The 2 million gave by mike is a loan what did he get for it and what is the cash burn rate there is a good chance admin could be December it could be jelly and ice-cream for Xmas as its over a mil a month being throw in to the black hole it would have been nice for king to take over and create mark 3 due to the onerous contracts but with mike at the realm am sure it will be just as fun admin no liquidation to keep the cash from the badge(shared with Green Imran and Stockbridge maybe even Whyte ) and that 1£ stadia naming rights going ,

what did mike get as sureties for the 2 mil ? is the loan to protect the assets and keep them his way when admin comes to right it is what hope is there for the sevcoians in all this there is no hope its buy or die  and all the while the whole football worlds rolling about the floor laughing at them ,oh how the mighty have falling ,its been some week for sevco with there fans in constant rage due to being conned by spivs Mikes postman must be shitting it due to the comments online a wonder if any doors will go in and arrests made over this a wont hold my breath ,so its a big lol from bampots utd at sevco and its a buy or die for the sevcoians from sevconia hows club is called sevco or the joke of football what a bunch of idiots they really are !


Christmas book promotion a must have and read for all Celtic FC book worms

Today Bampots Utd is proud to present to the Celtic community around the world  a cracking and must have book for Christmas for friends and family ” A Toast to Charlie Hanrahan” by Pat Anderson via Amazon available in paper back and in kindle click on link below to order and read reviews

In 1899 John Donnelly and his family move to Garngad in Glasgow for a better life. He will be able to earn more money working in one of the factories than he could as a farm labourer in County Derry. He, his wife, Rosie, and his three children, Kate, Wee John and baby Maggie, travel over on a ship from Belfast. John’s cousin, Hugh Devlin, has already fixed him up with a job at the Copper Works in Garngad. Housing, however, is a problem in Garngad and his family will have to share a one-roomed flat with his cousin’s family. Garngad is a horrible place, smoky, smelly and with two outside toilets to a street. Disease and illness is a common feature. There is also the bigotry to put up with. Hatred of Catholics is still endemic and Irish people are viewed as less than human. To reinforce this bigotry, the Orange Walk come through Garngad every July to intimidate the residents. As the Donnelly and the Devlin children grow up they discover all the obstacles in their way. All they can rely on is each other and the friendship of their neighbours. And then there is Celtic. The football team gives the Irish something to be proud of and a reason to hold their heads high. But, really, that is all they have. A new century is about to start. Will the modern world make a difference to the Donnellys, the Devlins and all the other Irish families in Garngad?

don’t forget Pats other books were you can buy a book for everyone of the family for Christmas choose from a wide range below just click link then grab what you want at amazon

also keep up to date with all the latest bampottery concerning sevco and hunnery via pats blog a real lol at sevco from a sharp academic mind ! see link below

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Home Rule Now

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10649928_10152475892183300_1020457689273687539_nBy Christopher Silver

For the millions who voted yes, the significance of involvement in the referendum campaign has yet to fade. Of this, there can be little doubt. That unprecedented display of public emotion: a plethora of perfectly rational acts of civic love, provided a moment of clarity that will leave an indelible mark on the nation’s character. This will not, indeed cannot, be forgotten, erased, re-written or subsumed into some less potent future project. That much we know.

Today it is politically impossible for any politician to claim (as many did prior to its inception) that the referendum was a distraction, that this buzzing site of mass participation in democracy was somehow ‘on pause’ until the votes were counted. In the space of weeks it is the losers, not the victors of that campaign, who are in the ascendent.

But there is a clear and present danger that the…

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Three Questions for the Weekend

Originally posted on a scottish and spanish football blog:

Can Kilmarnock continue their good run of form at Parkhead?

Kilmarnock are in the best run of form in the league – over the last five matches. Let that sink in for a second. 12 points from games against St Mirren, Partick Thistle, Dundee United and St Johnstone – and a point against the league leaders, Hamilton – has elevated Killie to fourth in the table. Their opponents this weekend are the mid-table outfit Celtic, who are three points behind Kilmarnock but have a game in hand.

Obviously, I jest about the mid-table tag. We all know Celtic are still going to win the league. Some even suggested that last week’s 5-0 demolition of hapless Ross County is the beginning of something, that Ronny Deila has finally found his system and his team. I’m careful about making statements like that: people said the same after the 6-1 thrashing of Dundee…

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Euro Memories

Originally posted on Krys Blogs:

I’ve always said that nothing beats a European night when Celtic are involved and even today I stand by that. I’m sure you’ll find plenty of Celtic fans who would argue they preferred gubbing Rangers, but for all I enjoyed that I always preferred going toe to toe with a decent team rather than a team we just happen to hate.

My first European game didn’t come until 1999, almost eight years after my first Celtic game, but I have memories of European nights that stretch back further than that.

The Partizan Belgrade game is slightly before my memory can manage, and I’ve probably blocked out Neuchatel Xamax entirely. The other games around that time are a bit hazy too, but I distinctly remember hiding at the back of the class at school with my headphones on trying to listen to the stupidly early kick off against Dinamo Batumi in…

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Local News – Expansion planned for Celtic Training Centre

Originally posted on The Clarion:

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What’s happen over at Sevconia with Sevco

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It’s been some couple of weeks for the zombies over at Sevconia home of sevco 5088 football club born out of a crooked liquidation sale that was that crooked even the main crook at time had his assets stole you know green saying to whyte ‘you are sevco ‘ .as you’s all know sevco is skint and running on fumes there has been lots of dramas in the news papers king v Ashley for control of sevco bxxlshxt the lot of it and we know so does the whole football world everyone knows the battle just now is for the assets and weather to liquidate or admin the real rangers men want liquidation to break the oneourous contracts and the spivs want admin to keep them going to milk the zombies for years to come .kings is  not going to give money as it gos to spivs and Ashley most likely would want if he doesn’t already have it that is the stadium as collateral sevco are goosed it’s as simple as that the zombies have been done up like kippers by green the master of contracts and snake oil sales lol as the vultures pick at the last bits of flesh the sevcoian zombies are swollowin g the sugar daddy line what a joke, you think after the wealth of the radar headlines they would have seen sense lol

lam not 1 for causing rumours but a heard the battling board and king and Ashley are fighting it out weather to liquidate or admin so on this great euro night for us lets lol at sevco and there troubles am in the liquidation camp and heard it could be as early as last week in Nove292457_10150984954069652_939847265_nmber  due to wages don’t forget we told you first  they dident own the badge or that well cracked sevco crest it seems there is more cracks in it than the old co 1 that died shafting creditors of over 150 million pounds aided and abetted by our football association the SFA what do they think of king the tax cheat well we will save that for another day is it true whyte has ogilvie on tape dressed in costume at 1 of the ebt creators party’s if not you would bloody well think so .so hail hail all enjoy the night ahead and have a lol at sevco soon to be tesco no doubt the zombie bears will be saying hay look that’s were my seat was now it’s the ice cream section lol


The One About the Irishman, the Swede, and the Serbian

Originally posted on Kevin McCluskie:

My last post at the beginning of October before the Dinamo Zagreb game focussed on several main points;

  • The need to win that game to give ourselves a good chance of qualifying from the group;
  • That Anthony Stokes is not the answer to Celtic’s need for a goal scorer;
  • Than John Guidetti might very well be that man; and
  • That it was time for Stefan Scepovic to ‘Step Up’ and show us what he’s capable of.

So, what’s happened since then regards those points?



First up, and thankfully, Celtic held out to record a hard fought one-nil victory over Dinamo courtesy of a well taken Kris Commons goal.  No surprise that Commons was the scorer as my previous blog had also pointed out that he and Callum McGregor are currently Celtic’s top marksmen this season.  A fact that is more than just slightly worrying as our over reliance on…

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Zaluska assaulted during Glasgow night out

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Celtic goalkeeper Lukasz Zaluska has been assaulted in the street whilst on a night out in Glasgow. The Polish goalkeeper, who is the club’s second-choice keeper, signed for Celtic from Dundee United in 2009.

The 32-year-old, was believed to have suffered a head injury after the attack in the early hours of Monday morning.

Police would not confirm the reports that another Scottish Premiership player was involved in the incident in Ashton Lane in the west end of the city.

Officers said they had launched an investigation and were examining CCTV for evidence.

A pub on Ashton Lane, Glasgow © Blogspot rhonamc22

A pub on Ashton Lane, Glasgow
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A statement said: “Police Scotland are investigating a report of an alleged assault on a 32-year-old male in Ashton Lane in the early hours of Monday.

“Police inquiries are ongoing, including the monitoring of CCTV.”

Celtic were unavailable for comment.

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Facing Forwards

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B0P_LYMIQAEVHbyBy Mike Small

Continuity Yes is a powerful movement but we need to move into new spaces with new ideas and a new focus.

We said Yes. They said No. They won.

No amount of rigged votes, dodgy ballots, lies, deceptions, proof of media bias, breaking of purdah, makes any difference. We lost the democratic vote.

In many ways their victory was an empty desolate one. But that is the reality. 

This is not to say that there weren’t huge victories achieved throughout the campaign. Five stand out:

1. Political education of hundreds of thousands of people by an amazing vibrant radical campaign based on live public events, but charged an co-ordinated by social media.

2. The re-establishment of some base principles about gender equality and putting a feminist analysis and women’s voice at the heart of the new politics.

3. Smashing the myths about apathy and young people and, practically…

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