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Celtic fan blasted after comparing Brendan Rodgers’ departure for Neil Lennon as ‘going to sleep with Michelle Keegan and waking up with Michelle McManus’

Category : Celtic , News , Scottish News

A CHEEKY Celtic fan has been criticised after comparing losing Brendan Rodgers for Neil Lennon as “going to bed with Michelle Keegan and waking up with Michelle McManus”.
The bewildered Hoops supporter took to social media to complain about the departure.
Neil Lennon joined Celtic as interim bossKenny Ramsay – The Sun Glasgow
The fan, Craig Harkins, told of his surprise at Rodgers leaving for Leicester City as Celts made quick work of bringing in his replacement.
And he made the dig at Lenny – hinting at a downgrade in managerial ability.
He tweeted: “What the f*** is going on?? I have just woke up and Neil Lennon is now the Celtic manager.
“Living in Oz is a real b****** sometimes. You go to bed with Michelle Keagan and wake up with Michelle McManus”.
Rodgers left for Leicester CityKenny Ramsay – The Sun Glasgow
The post racked up the likes and shares since it was posted, with a number of people sharing in the joke.
However some others criticised the “unnecessary” harshness against both Lennon and Michelle McManus.
One person said: “There is no need for that last sentence.”
Another commented: “P*** patter Craig”.
A third responded: “Moron”. 
Michelle Keegan was voted Sexiest Woman AliveDan Charity – The Sun
Others joked: “Lol that’s so Funny”.
Former Corrie star Michelle Keegan was named FHM’s Sexiest Woman Alive in 2015.
Craig is not the first Hoops fan to voice his displeasure at ex-boss Rodgers moving down south to join the Foxes.
Fans have blasted the Hoops joker for his comments on Michelle McManusInstagram
We told how supporters branded the Northern Irishman a “fraud” in a brutal, no-holds-barred banner at Tynecastle last night.
Other Bhoys fans were caught on camera singing a vile song about their old manager, with lyrics including “I hope you die in your sleep Brendan Rodgers, from a bullet from the IRA”.

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Celebs also had their say on his departure.
Line of Duty star Martin Compston revealed his excitement at the prospect of Lennon returning to “finish what he started”, while Gianni Capaldi labelled Rodgers a “disgrace”.
Rangers-mad Glow star Brian Matthews also revelled in the loss.

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Drug and alcohol addiction are taking a shocking toll on our nation but what are we really doing to tackle this growing epidemic?

THE sudden spike in deaths caused by abuse of the anti-anxiety drug Xanax is alarming enough in itself.
Figures show there have been over 200 fatalities in the UK between 2015 and 2017 and more than half of them took place in Scotland.
Getty – Contributor The spike in deaths from Xanax is alarming[/caption]
That’s a shocking statistic.
What’s happened to our young people? Is there something uniquely damaged amongst Scots that prompts us to plunge headlong into drugs and alcohol?
The damage caused by substance abuse is quite literally there for all to see. Glassy-eyed addicts are shambling through every city centre, filling up shop doorways,
begging for the cash they need to get their next fix.
Drug-related deaths are inexorably ticking up towards 1,000 a year in Scotland. The casualty rate has doubled in a decade.
PA:Press Association What’s happened to our young people? Is there something uniquely damaged amongst Scots that prompts us to plunge headlong into drugs and alcohol?[/caption]
And, for the ones that don’t die on some filthy floor, there’s nothing to look forward to but a brief lifetime of misery and illness.
But too often treatment is not available until the victims turn into criminals.
We need a radical change of policy to turn this from an issue of criminality and into one of health.
And it can’t come soon enough.

Anti-anxiety drug Xanax kills 126 vulnerable Scots in two years as deaths from medicine abuse peak

Home truths
NICOLA Sturgeon won’t be answering First Minister’s Questions tomorrow because she’s off in America at the moment.
But, when she comes home, she could answer some questions — like: “Why did you go, First Minister?”
During her trip, she spent ten minutes talking to the PBS TV channel, which is ten minutes more than she has allowed the Scottish Press for quite some time.
She has made some speeches getting torn in to the UK Government’s Brexit policy while telling the Americans that independence is the best possible outcome for
Scotland . . . but not yet.



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And Ms Sturgeon met New Jersey governor Phil Murphy to “discuss shared ambitions around tackling climate change”, ahead of meetings at the UN in New York today on gender equality.
Why do the Americans care what she thinks of Brexit?
Once the governor of New Jersey has shaken hands and agreed that global warming is a really bad thing, what then?
Who is going to stand up in some distant committee room of the UN, very, very far away from the main council chamber, and disagree about gender equality? What does the
First Minister’s presence add to their discussions?

Remember, Ms Sturgeon snubbed the last Brexit meeting with Theresa May, the Chancellor and the Foreign Secretary.
But she’s not too busy to meet the governor of New Jersey.
Is any of this international grand-standing going to bring a penny of investment to Scotland? Will it fix the NHS or sort out ScotRail or soften the blow of Brexit?
Those should be the priorities — not foreign trips.

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Cops search butcher’s shop bins for murdered gran Julie Reilly’s remains as evil killer admits chopping up body and dumping parts around Glasgow

Category : Scottish News

DETECTIVES searched bins behind a butcher’s shop for dismembered Julie Reilly’s remains.
Officers swooped after some of the gran’s severed limbs were found on nearby wasteground.
Julie was murdered by Wallace last year
One worker at Sandy Smith butcher’s in Drumoyne, Glasgow, said: “Containers, outbuildings, wheelie bins and waste bins were all checked, but unfortunately there was nothing. There was police everywhere. We were well searched. They combed this place.”
It’s thought a forensic examination of the refuse area found no trace of Julie’s DNA last April.
Andrew Wallace, 42, trained as a butcher elsewhere in Glasgow before killing first victim Caroline Packer, 51, then Julie, 47.
Evil Wallace admitted chopping up Julie’s body
Cops continue to search for Julie’s remains
He admitted killing Julie and chopping up her body before disposing of it around the city last February.



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We told how Julie’s family buried just two bones as they urged evil Wallace to come clean over where he had dumped the rest of her remains.
Julie’s sister Lynne Bryce, 37, said they were desperate to say a proper farewell to the mum of three, whose remains were buried beside her six-month-old daughter Roxanne.

Wallace’s ex revealed how she suffered a decade of hell at the hands of the depraved killer.
Brave Mhairi Wallace, 46, told how Wallace threatened her with a knife, repeatedly attacked her and told her he’d kill her.

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Man stabbed after mass brawl on busy South Lanarkshire road as cops hunt eight hoodies over street rammy

Category : News , Scottish News

A MAN was stabbed and rushed to hospital after a mass street brawl in Blantyre last night.
Cops raced to Wolcott Drive at around 6.55pm to reports of a street rammy involving six to eight men in hoodies.
The brawl happened on Wolcott Drive
Officers confirmed a 35-year-old man had been knifed and transferred to hospital.
His condition is described as stable.
Police believe the stabbing was “unprovoked” and have told how the victim was not involved in the fight.

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Officers are now appealing for witnesses as they launch a hunt for the thugs involved.
Detective Constable Andrew Fearnside at Cambuslang CID said: “This would appear to be a totally unprovoked attack on a man who had nothing to do with the group of men who were fighting in the street.

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“Officers are currently carrying out local enquiries and viewing CCTV footage to try and gain more information.
“And we are appealing to anyone with information to contact Cambuslang CID via telephone number 101 quoting incident number 3466 of December 29.”
Alternatively calls can be made to Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111 where anonymity can be maintained.

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Cops rule out 139 sightings of missing Aberdeen schoolboy Liam Smith almost two weeks after he vanished

Category : News , Scottish News

COPS have ruled out 139 “sightings” of Aberdeen schoolboy Liam Smith almost two weeks after he was reported missing.
The 16-year-old, described as white, 6ft 4ins tall and of slim build, has been missing from the Queen’s Road area since Saturday November 18.
Liam Smith was last spotted on November 18PA:Press Association
Officers have been carrying out extensive searches for the youngster including combing the River Dee and drafting in Mountain Rescue Teams and sniffer dogs to aid the hunt.
Police have been alerted to potential sightings of the teen but, after scouring through CCTV, have eliminated these spots.
But now they have told how they are focusing their attention on Crathes after a “credible” sighting in the area.
Chief Inspector Martin Mackay said: “Every available Police resource has been dedicated to our search for Liam and it continues to cause us all great concern that he has not yet been found.
Cops have ruled out 139 sightings so far
“Eleven days is a long time for a teenage boy who has little experience of the outdoors to be missing and as more time passes without seeing or hearing from him, we need to be realistic about the options we have moving forward.
“The terrain we are entering with regard to our searches is extremely challenging – not helped by the current weather – and even our own officers are finding it difficult to navigate certain areas.
“They are trained and experienced to do this though and we will continue to ensure that all the land we need to cover is searched effectively.
“I know that many members of the public are still offering to assist with searches and please don’t think your offers of help are being ignored.
“I must stress just how challenging the land is we are dealing with ranging from dense wooded areas to expanses of water, and we don’t want anyone put in harm’s way.

Lad matching missing Liam Smith’s description ‘spotted with older woman on bus heading for Inverurie’

“Organised public searches can also be very resource and time-intensive to coordinate and our time is extremely precious at the moment.
“There are still ways you can help us though. Firstly I know that people will be out walking in the Crathes Estate area anyway whether it’s to walk your dog or cycle and I welcome anyone’s efforts to keep an eye out for anything that could help us locate Liam.
“Please help us by sticking to visible routes and paths and don’t put yourself in any danger.

“If you find anything of any significance let us know as soon as possible by calling 101 – Liam was carrying a camouflage North Face rucksack and was wearing Nike Air Max trainers.
“He bought Lucozade, Jaffa Cakes and Dairy Milk at Sainsbury’s before he left Aberdeen.
“I also continue to urge anyone with information that could help us establish why Liam would head in the Deeside direction, or if he has mentioned places of interest to you in the past, to let us know.
“Finally I would ask to the public to continue supporting our efforts, which have so far included sharing our social media posts to printing off posters.

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“The response to our appeals has been unprecedented and it has not gone unnoticed by Liam’s family nor us.”
Liam was last spotted on CCTV at Union Square just before he boarded the 202 Stagecoach bus at 1.15pm towards Banchory.
We told how a lad matching Liam’s description was reported in Inverurie after he ‘boarded a bus with an older woman’.
Again cops confirmed they would look into every single report.

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Man charged after ‘coins thrown at Dunfermline player’ in Championship match against Falkirk

Category : News , Scottish News

A FOOTBALL fan has been arrested after coins were allegedly thrown at a Dunfermline player in their match against Falkirk.
The coins were said to have been launched at a Pars player during the derby match at the Falkirk Stadium on October 6.
Keith Campbell – The Sun Glasgow Coins were allegedly thrown at the Dunfermline-Falkirk match[/caption]
Coops have been investigating since and have now charged a 25-year-old man in connection with the alleged incident.
He is expected to appear at Falkirk Sheriff Court at a later date.

Rangers boss Steven Gerrard calls on lifetime bans for those who throw missiles from crowd after Alfredo Morelos was struck by object

Detective Sergeant Kenny Halliday, Forth Valley’s Dedicated Football Officer, said: “Throwing items on the pitch or at people is a reckless and disruptive act.
“We remain committed to pursuing those who attempt to cause others harm and ruin the game for the majority of responsible fans.”

Hibs manager Neil Lennon was pelted by a coin during the Edinburgh Derby at Hearts’ Tynecastle Park last Wednesday.
The match has been labelled the ‘Shame Game’ as Jambos keeper Bobby Zlamal was also allegedly assaulted.



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And a man was arrested and charged following an alleged serious assault on an elderly woman near Murrayfield Stadium when Hearts took on Celtic.
On Sunday Rangers striker Alfredo Morelos was hit by a coin thrown from the crowd as he celebrated scoring against St Mirren.

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Celtic legend John Hartson reveals he gives ALL of his TV pundit cash to his missus so he doesn’t blow it on gambling

Category : Celtic , Gambling , Scottish News

CELTIC hero John Hartson has revealed he gives all his broadcasting wages to his missus so he doesn’t blow it on gambling.
The former Hoops star, 43, admitted he never carries any more than £50 in his pocket as he launched Ladbrokes’ new responsible gambling campaign.
Hartson says he’d be dead or in jail if it wasn’t for his wifePA:Press Association
Hartson, who has battled betting demons, said he would be dead if he hadn’t kicked his habit seven years ago.
His wife Sarah, 44, handles all of the couple’s finances to avoid any temptation to place a wager.
He said: “It is not just stopping gambling, it is giving up your money and getting a loved one or a member of your family to look after your money that you earn.
“I have done 500 shows in the last seven years and I have not seen a penny because my wife looks after my affairs.
Ex-Hoops star gambled away wages at CelticPA:Empics Sport
“I would not be living in the house that I have got or drive the car that I have and I would not have my finances in place if it wasn’t for my wife.
“I would have either been dead or I would have been in jail.
“Sarah deals with everything now and it is working.
Hartson reveals wife Sarah handles cash situationRex Features
“Why would you want to carry £2,000 around with you in your pocket?
“It was only gambling money.



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“Now I have £40 or £50 for a bag of chips and a can of coke and I’ll put a bit of petrol in my car.”
The footie hero, who also played for West Ham and Arsenal, said he hit rock bottom when Sarah threatened to walk out on him – and he wants to help other problem gamblers before they reach their lowest point.
Hartson also revealed how club gaffers across the country have asked him to help players who are struggling with gambling addiction.
He said: “I have been phoned up my Premier League managers in Scotland and England asking me to help their players.
“We all know some of the obvious ones.

“That makes me feel like people are trusting me and believing in me.
“But all I can do is talk to these players and offer to take the boy to a GA meeting.
“Then the rest is down to him.”
Hartson previously told how he racked up huge debts with bookies.
He said he once owed a bookmaker more than £300,000 and also had to borrow money from friends to feed his addiction.

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Scottish Weather: Here’s how to check if your area is being gritted overnight with Hurricane Oscar set to batter country and a white Christmas predicted

SCOTLAND’S gritters are out in force with Hurricane Oscar set to batter the country and a white Christmas predicted.
The Met Office has issued a “severe weather warning” for areas of the UK with up to 3 inches of rain and 70mph winds forecast.
Gritters are out across the country to prepare for the bad weather
The latest addition to the fleet is Grits ‘N’ PiecesJohn Gunion – The Sun Glasgow
But did you know you can track gritters in real time?
Using Transport Scotland’s Road Gritter Tracker you can see live tracking of gritters on trunk roads and information on when they were last in your area.
And the machines even have a host of hilarious names including Grits ‘N’ Pieces – named after radio legend George Bowie’s hit GBX Anthem.
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Frosty and Grittie McVittie have been spotted in Glasgow city centre.
Meanwhile Sir Andy Flurry has been out near Auchterarder, not too far from Andy’s hometown of Dunblane.
In the east, the Golden Great Gritter and Ice Queen are out near the Forth Bridges including the Queensferry Crossing.

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Plougher O’ Scotland and Sprinkles have been gritting near Dundee and the east coast with Ready Spready Go out in Perth.
Ice Destroyer is currently making its way along the west coast near Oban and Rumble has been spotted near Fort William.
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Ready Spready Go is out in Perth
We told you earlier how three Scots cities are FAVOURITES in the UK to see a white Christmas as bookies slashed the odds.
Glasgow and Edinburgh are both 3/1 with Ladbrokes to see snow on the big day – with another city even more likely.



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And we revealed how the Paisley fireworks display has been CANCELLED amid weather warnings brought by Hurricane Oscar.
The decision has been made to bin the event because of the extreme weather forecast.

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Celtic fans caught up in travel chaos as HUNDREDS left queued around block after Hoops thump Hearts 3-0 in Betfred Cup semi-final

Category : Scotrail , Scottish News

CELTIC fans face travel chaos following their Betfred Cup semi-final showdown with Hearts.
Hundreds of Hoops fans were left queuing round the block this morning due to a severe spike in demand for trains from Glasgow to Edinburgh.
Hoops fans queued outside Glasgow Queen Street

And now supporters are claiming staff at Haymarket Station have been “forcing people” onto trains “when there was no room”.
Around 30,000 Celts supporters made the trip to the capital for the clash, with many relying on ScotRail services.
But supporters travelling from Glasgow Queen Street were delayed ahead of the 1.30pm kick-off at Murrayfield.
The huge demand also affected other services to Edinburgh, with some reports saying fans were left stranded as packed trains refuse to stop at some stations.
Scotrail services are under huge demand from footie fansPA:Press Association
Fans waiting to board at Motherwell were left “stranded” after Cross Country services refused to stop at some stations and were advised to make their way back to Glasgow.
One fan said on Twitter: “800 fans stranded in Motherwell the train is refusing to stop! No way of getting to game.”

Another fan said: “Shambles, got to Motherwell from Cambusland only to be told Haymarket train wouldn’t be stopping. Currently on the train back to Glasgow.”
Marc Pollock added: “Trains full and knocking people back. Roads blocked. Buses on some train routes. This great idea of sending 30,000+ Celtic fans to Edinburgh is looking good.”
Services are expected to continue to be busy – as footie fans return from Edinburgh and others head to Hampden for the Rangers and Aberdeen clash.
ScotRail issued a warning to fans ahead of today’s semi-final clashes.

They advised punters to plan ahead and told how extra carriages would operate to help with the extra demand on services.
Punters heading to Kevin Bridges at the Hydro tonight should also expect delays and should plan ahead of their journey.
A ScotRail spokesperson said: “We have extra trains and additional services in place throughout the day to help supporters travel to both semi-finals, but given the numbers involved services are very busy.
“We are doing everything we can to get our customers where they need to be.”
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SPFL bosses had originally scheduled the game for a 7.45pm kick-off at Hampden – the same day Aberdeen faced Rangers in the other semi-final at the national stadium.
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Hilarious moment Scot lad goes viral after getting completely confused over ladies clothing sizes and leaves twitter in hysterics

Category : News , Scottish News

THIS was the hilarious moment a Scot lad went viral after getting completely confused over ladies clothing sizes.
He bought a girl a pair of pjs but when it came to picking her size he misunderstood what the numbers meant.
The tweet got over 40,000 likes
He thought they were in ages instead of sizes and bought a size 20-22 thinking that would be for a woman between those ages.
When the jammies were far too big for her he clicked and realised he had got it wrong.
He took to social media to share the misunderstanding and twitter exploded with laughs.
The tweet said: “Bought Danielle a pair of jammies 20-22 n they are f*****g massive. A thought 20-22 was the age.”
The post got over 40,000 likes and almost 5,000 retweets.
When the jammies were far too big for her he clicked and realised he had got it wrong

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Lots of punters replied in hysterics with many tagging friends they thought would do something similar.
Annie said: “Pretty much sums up boys that.”
Sean Smith said: “No way.”



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Andy said: “Mate am p*****g myself at this Cos that’s suhin that Even a know.”
Micky said: “Least he tried that’s gotta be worth something.”
Big Andy said: “In the dog house now lad.”
But not everyone saw the funny side as Twitter user Andy Gibson replied: “Bit sexist.”


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