Celtic 3 Dundee Utd 1 – 28th March 1992

Originally posted on Celtic Clips:

Celtic beat Dundee Utd 3-1 in a league match from the 1991-92 season. Gerry Creaney opens the scoring with a near post header. Charlie Nicholas makes it 2-0 in the 2nd half with a beautiful lob. Duncan Ferguson pulls one back for United, before Derek Whyte seals the win with a goal at the end of a move he starts himself. The result left Celtic stuck in third place, 7 points behind leaders Rangers with just 6 games to play.

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The never-ending story

Originally posted on Rangers Tax Case:

The news BDO will seek leave to appeal the “Big Tax Case” (or the “so-called Big Tax Case” as many like to call it”) means this saga may yet have some twists and turns to it. Like many I yearn for the end of this process, but BDO do need to be seen to have exhausted all avenues to show an even handed approach to the interests of all creditors.  Therefore news that they will seek leave to appeal is understandable. However, there are still many people who seem confused by what this was about. Myths have developed. Confusion reigns over whether Rangers’ conduct of the relevant tax cases is currently considered legal or illegal. Was it was tax avoidance or tax evasion, and so on. Most significantly, the campaign to have the farcical Nimmo Smith Commission findings set aside must be put on ice. However, the context of the tax…

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Evening Prayer 11.30.15, St. Andrew the Apostle

Originally posted on The Daily Office:

Why do you spend your money for that which is not bread, and your labor for that which does not satisfy?

St. Andrew crucified. He seems to have lived in his brother Peter's shadow much of the time, but he is mentioned prominently several times in the Gospels; he's the one who brought the boy with the loaves and fishes to Jesus to feed the multitude. St. Andrew crucified. He seems to have lived in his brother Peter’s shadow much of the time, but he is mentioned prominently several times in the Gospels; he’s the one who brought the boy with the loaves and fishes to Jesus to feed the multitude.

Watch, for you do not know when the master of the house will come, in the evening, or at midnight, or at cockcrow, or in the morning, lest he come suddenly and find you asleep. Mark 13:35-36


O God, make speed to save us.
O Lord, make haste to help us.

Glory to the Father, and to the Son, and to the Holy Spirit:
as it was in the beginning, is now, and will be for ever. Amen. Alleluia.

Hymn: O…

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Labour still hasn’t found what it’s voting for

Originally posted on Wee Ginger Dug:

Wee Dougie Alexander, the political patron saint of holy wullies, has got himself a new job after being booted out by the voters of Paisley at the last election. The Guardian described Wee Dougie’s debacle as a shock defeat for the Labour party, but the only people shocked by it were Wee Dougie and the Westminions. The rest of us didn’t think it was shocking, we thought it was comedy karmic come-uppance.

After spending a few months avoiding a work assessment interview with the jobbie centre, Dougie has now been appointed as a poverty sermoniser for the only man on the planet with a bigger ego than your average former Labour shadow foreign secretary. Bono of U2 is paying Dougie a very large amount of money in order to allow Bono to believe that he’s a serious spokesperson on world poverty, and not just an ego with sunglasses and a…

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Bouncing back

Originally posted on CELTS FROM THE SOUTH:

Celtic bounced back from European disappointment once more by beating Inverness Caledonian Thistle on Sunday. Despite concerns over the weather, the game went ahead and the trip wasn’t a wasted journey for the fans or the team, well unless of course you are Anthony Stokes.

He tweeted his disappointment at being left out of the starting eleven and bench. What drove him to voicing his opinion on social media I have no idea but it was foolish.

As Ronny Deila pointed out to the press, it’s the same format each game. 20 payers to choose from, 11 start and 7 sit on the bench with 2 inevitably missing out.

We can debate whether Stokes deserves a chance or not another time but his absence from the team these days is nothing new. Why disclose your unhappiness now?

We were treated to an apology on Twitter later on but it won’t…

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Carlton GOLD – Inverness 1 – Celtic 3

Originally posted on docccs:

Inverness away on a Sunday lunch time kick off. Nice one Sky.

The game was in jeopardy on Saturday due to adverse weather conditions but passed a 730am pitch inspection.

The green and white faithful travelled none the less to see the bhoys in which they hoped they could bounce back from a bad night in Europe on Thursday.

No surprises in the starting line up, we all hoped Scott Allan would get his first start but of course he didn’t as Ronny flung Johansen back into the team at the first opportunity. McGregor retained his place aswel which was fair enough.

With the pitch as slippery as the cinema floor on the opening night of 50 shades of grey, surely we had a plan of hitting a good few shots from range.

It never really materialised and to be honest ICT had the better start. We got the break…

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Originally posted on A CHRISTIAN PILGRIMAGE:



st-andreas-rasul-100Today we celebrate the feast of Saint Andrew, brother of Saint Peter and one of the twelve apostles.

“He (Jesus) walked by the Sea of Galilee, He saw two brothers, Simon who is called Peter and Andrew his brother, casting a net into the sea; for they were fishermen. And He said to them, ‘Follow Me, and I will make you fishers of men.’ Immediately they left their nets and followed Him” (Matthew 4:18-20; RSV).

Even during his time as a fisherman, Andrew yearned for God. According to the Gospel of John, Andrew was a disciple of John the Baptist and John directed him to Jesus. When Jesus walked by one day, John the Baptist said, “Behold the Lamb of God!” (John 1:36). Andrew and the other disciple heard him say this and they followed Jesus. Jesus turned, and…

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St Andrew: Patron Saint of Scotland

Originally posted on Historeo:

St. Andrew’s Day (Scottish Gaelic: Là Naomh Aindrea) is Scotland’s official national day. Who was St Andrew and why is he Scotland’s Patron Saint? St Andrew has been the patron saint of Scotland from at least the mid tenth century and legend says long before. He was born in the village of Bethsaida on the Sea of Galilee in the early 1st century and is the brother of St Peter. According to the Gospel of St John, Andrew was a follower of the preacher John the Baptist and then became a disciple of Jesus who he recognised as the Messiah. A messiah is associated with Abrahamic religions which originate in the Middle East. Christianity is one of these religions and Jesus Christ in that religion is seen as the son of god. Andrew was one of the twelve apostles who was present at the Last Supper. Interestingly his name, Andrew…

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