Celtic’s new away kit = high on visibility, low on style

Ollie Irish

10th, August 2009

17 Comments

A couple of pics from Celtic’s friendly at Man City:
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Holy high-visibility jackets, Batman! That is one standout kit. There’s no danger of Celtic manager Tony Mowbray trotting out Fergie’s old “the players couldn’t see each

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  1. Bari Bhoy says:

    That’s just your personal opinion. You don’t like it. Thousands do. Non story. Football kits are not designed with a Milan catwalk in mind. I personally think it’s a dynamic and distinctive away strip hopefully matching Celtic’s football this season

  2. Al says:

    Sums up the celtc support really.

  3. Bari Bhoy says:

    Oh and by the way you conveniently forgot to mention the stand out goal of the game was Chris Killen’s effort.

  4. Bari Bhoy says:

    Al. you’re an asshole. Hide away and shite

  5. Kevin says:

    I liked it up until watching the City game on Saturday. It’s near on impossible to watch.

  6. max says:

    “much maligned (2 words BTW) Craig Bellamy”?????
    A bit rich coming from the arsehole who called him “a little prick” just a few short days ago!
    Never mind who ate all the pies, you’re a pie of the highest order!!

  7. Rangers_true says:

    Hideous isnt the word. How they plan to sell it? and who they think wants to wear it is anybodys guess. Oh wait. Cellic fans will buy it. The word ‘gullible’ springs to mind.
    Not only do Cellic FC embarrass Scotland as a nation, they want to offend people when they go to Magaluf as well.

  8. The President says:

    Rangers_true, as far as I can remember it was your horrible lot that left the city of Manchester looking worse than the remains of Nagasaki after the atomic bomb struck. Thousands of animals on charge tipping and destroying cars and buses, smashing up shops, even attacking and nearly killing a police officer. Not the one and only act of shame that your scum support have carried out over the past few years, but undoubtedly the biggest and most shameful example. Celtic FC embarrass Scotland? Have a wee think before you comment.

  9. max says:

    “the word ‘gullible’ springs to mind”!
    Is this coming from the same support that thinks work on a new SEVEN HUNDRED AND FIFTY MILLION POUND bigotdome starts tomorrow???
    “FOR EVERY FIVER THEY SPEND, I’LL SPEND A TENNER”!!!
    PMSL!!!
    Yeez are in a worse state than Texas!!!
    Who owns your merchandising rights?
    Who owns murray park?
    Who owns all the catering rights to the hunnery?
    Who owes the bankS a gezillion pounds?
    Gullible? You’ve made my night, lol!!

  10. kaya says:

    Bzzzzzzzzzz

  11. Rangers_true says:

    I dont think you lot are in ANY position to point fingers as regards behaviour of anybody’s fans. You are a disgrace to Scotland as a nation, and to Scottish football.
    Thank you for your vile IRA songs, your Irish flags that you wave I feel sorry for genuine Irish people on that one) and your hatred that you spout to our society for rightly opposing your vile morals.
    My God, you were singing praising the IRA, the terrorists who BOMBED MANCHESTER and only by the grace of God many, many people werent killed. Thank you for shaming Scotland. AGAIN.
    A 3 year-old wee boy in Manchester. My blood boiled as I read this.
    http://www.newsnow.co.uk/A/363140323sp?-1042

  12. kaya says:

    I have to say, sports in the US have *nothing* on football in much of europe. We may occasionally burn and pillage after a team wins the championship, but it’s just for the hell of it. I’m mildly fascinated by the political and religious affiliations associated with the supporters’ section of what seems like an awful lot of teams. I have family in Scotland and they took me to see a Rangers’ game because I mentioned an interest in football. My questions about the Celtic were clearly frowned upon, and in general, I sensed they considered football a lower-class sport (they’re rugby people.) Anyway, they politely tolerated a game on my behalf and the corporate seats and buffet were awesome (if not the game itself.)

  13. Madser67 says:

    Rangers true, there are songs sang at every ground in the land that many fans wouldnt agree with, Man Utd fans singing about hillsborough, Liverpool fans singing about the Buzby babes, Rangers fans singing Loyalist sectarian songs.
    The difference is with Rangers fans you also get violence and thugery RANGERS = SCOTLANDS SHAME.
    CELTIC 80,000 FANS IN SEVILLE = NO ARRESTS.

  14. Seamus Bhoy says:

    A section singing in support of the IRA is the same as wrecking a city and brutally assaulting a police officer.

  15. kaya says:

    sigh… how about bee girl for shit lookalike?
    http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=7763324546201298850

  16. Anonymous says:

    Rangers true, there are songs sang at every ground in the land that many fans wouldnt agree with, Man Utd fans singing about hillsborough, Liverpool fans singing about the Buzby babes, Rangers fans singing Loyalist sectarian songs.
    The difference is with Rangers fans you also get violence and thugery RANGERS = SCOTLANDS SHAME.
    CELTIC 80,000 FANS IN SEVILLE = NO ARRESTS.

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