celtic 12/13 nike away football shirt

Celtic Football Club unveiled its new 12/13 Nike away kit, which is available here
 
The 2012/13 season is set to be an extraordinary one, as Celtic Football Club, founded in 1888 will be celebrating its 125th anniversary. Nike has created special kits for this anniversary.

The away jersey is a modern classic, inspired by the club´s proud history. The jersey focuses on a contemporary design – it stays true to Celtic’s roots and is hooped, but in a more tonal way.

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The hoops are coloured anthracite with black, giving the jersey a very contemporary and sophisticated look. The club crest is surrounded by a Celtic-knot work. The club’s Irish heritage is reflected with green, white and gold colour accenting on the sleeves and the socks which reflect Celtic’s strong Irish roots.

Celtic Chief Executive Peter Lawwell said: “We´re delighted with the new away kit for next season and we are sure it will be popular with our supporters. We very much look forward to celebrating our 125th year and the kits which have been developed are a fitting tribute to this milestone season.

"Once again, we would like to thank both Nike for their work in this regard and, of course, Tennent´s our shirt sponsor with whom we have enjoyed an excellent relationship and who have made such an important contribution to the club."

Steve Annand, Commercial Managing Director for Tennent Caledonian Breweries, said: “As main club sponsor, with an almost 40-year association with Scottish football, we were proud to play our part in the development of the new home shirt and feel this new away kit will be another winner with the fans.

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celtic 12/13 nike away football shirt

celtic 12/13 nike away football shirt

celtic 12/13 nike away football shirt

 

 

 

 

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Guest
+13

Guest

why does everything these days come down to racism!
i may be irish yet i think its bad to see rangers in trouble.
i may be a united fan but its not the end of the world when city beat us.
but you sir are just an ignorant prick whose highest acheivement in life is avoiding an STD from your pet dog!
black or white we are all the same underneath!
some men just want to watch the world burn...
Guest
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Guest

Quoting :
when you have 5 stars above yer badge come bak to me!!!!



Your 5 stars will be gone soon enough,cheating hun scum even the queen is sticking the boot in you lot. LMFBO Bye Bye Scotlands Shame,shit always gets flushed down the toilet. :lol:
Guest
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Guest

5 stars you cunt, 5 stars for winning the scottish league and how many of them were tainted you knuckle dragging,uneducated, pish stained, benefit cheating, wife beating junkie hun arse dripping of society....one star for winning the premier competition in Europe, when you have that in your locker come back to me ya [censored]in halfwit inbreed!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Guest
+17

Guest

Very smart. Like the tricolour part on the sleeves although that's not shown in these pictures. Happy with it but I would guess that with having the usual green/white home kit and a black away kit a possible yellow or green 3rd/international kit may be needed.
Guest
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Celtic were formed by an Irish Christian Brother from Ireland who came to glasgow and formed Celtic to help fund soup kitchens for the many many people who emigrated from Ireland to Scotland during the Irish Potato Famine. Hence why we have four leaved Clover in our crests.
Guest
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But the Repubic of Ireland wasn't created back in 1888, so to use a flag of a completely different country to the team plays in is ridiculous.

The four leaved clover, I give you that, that's a 'symbol' of irish roots, but the Tricolour? No way, mate.
Guest
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Guest

we did used to fly the flag of ireland from the first ever celtic game (Green flag with a gold harp in the middle) until the flag of course changed in the early 1900s.

Ireland has ALWAYS had a strong vocal point within Celtic.

do you ask the same question regarding rangers flying the Northern Irish flag? a flag which isnt even officially acknowledged as an offical flag for a country?

I know you are probably trolling, but i'll no bother taking you to school on this subject. Or if you are too ignorant to understand, best just to keep it shut, you cant cure stupidoty
Guest
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Guest

If there was anything else to eat then they would have eaten that instead surely? Do the English just give up and die when they can't get a hotpot or a Plough mans lunch or a Yorkshire pudding?!

There weren't too many options back in occupied Ireland with a bunch of racists charging people rent for small plots of land with dead crops on them. No wonder they wanted the Brits out! (And still do).

If you think what was done in Ireland to the natives whether Catholic or Protestant then you are probably the kind of person who supported Apartheid in South Africa and what is happening in the likes of Sudan and Palestine/Israel TODAY.

Hope they haven't dropped the Tricolour from the sleeves... they look bang tidy!
Guest
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Guest

Can we have enough of the bigotry for god's sake!? I'm a Rangers fan and I can still admit that this is a nice kit for Celtic. I really wish some people would grow up. Want to point out at this point that not all Scottish fans are like this! Most of us are actually decent, a bit of rivalry's okay but get a grip guys.
Guest
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Are you from Glasgow though? Not an Aberdonian/ Dundonian/ Endinburgher Rangers fan? that's Scotlands real problem not Bigotry; just out of town supporters, England think they've got it bad with 'Manchester United glory hunters' they've seen nothing until they come up here. Nice kit.
Guest
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Well said KyleM206. Been a Bluenose since 72 and always will be. As soon as the bigoted muppets (on both sides) realise there's more that we can find in common than divides us maybe things will be better. This is a decent looking kit- the fact its for our biggest rivals makes no difference. Well done Nike- good job. Oh, and I now live in the South of England and the bigotry/racism surrounding football down here can be just as bad. Sad really :sigh:
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Guest

it makes my heart sing when i hear from fans of the blue side of glasgow that they totally despise sectarianism in all its forms.

Im from Ireland, and coming from a different country, of course there is going to be a difference in opinion regarding a load of things, but it always comes back to politics.

And in Rangers demise at this current point in time, my heart goes out to those true rangers fans who support rangers for their football and nothing else.
Guest
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Quoting Fenian genius:
The Huns commenting... Enjoy the 3rd division you freaky smelly trampy imbred mutated tax dodging creeps. :D

Read Kyle's comment you fool. Anyone can comment on this and its people like you who bloody ruin this with your old firm bigotry tribe. As for the kit, its lovely!
Guest
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why are the colours of the tricolor not on the sleeves in this pic? looks good on the socks though

still as an accies fan hoping that nike give us a nice new twist to our kits next season, got his years home which was pretty nice but will be interesting to see how nike improve upon that

oh meant to say earlier than this, it's kinda plain as a shirt, could've done something a bit more interesting for the big 125th surely?
Guest

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I think anniversaries are played up too much, especially Celtic. To be honest most clubs are getting to bogged down in nostalgia, I hate the fact that we are constantly going on about what teams have done in the past and how big firms market these stupid anniversaries to make shed loads of cash and I think it is completely over emphasised. Look at teams like Barcelona, Milan, Manchester United etc, they are not stuck in the past banging on about great teams that they had back in the day, they are striving to move forward and make legends today.

By all means recognise these anniversaries (such as Lisbon 67) and celebrate them, but don't get too caught up in it, try and make every season one to remember! As for Hamilton kits, I think the inclusion of red socks would spruce it up a bit
Guest
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Quoting jay dee:
tell me if im wrong but isnt the irish flag green white and orange?
and not gold like celtic are marketing it?
yeh thought so, and who said irish were stupid

Oh dear, another short sighted comment based on a lack of historical knowledge. The official colour of the Irish flag is green, white and gold (albeit a darker shade than would normally be described as gold). This was chosen to reflect the various sections of the community that lived in the island of Ireland. White was meant to mean peace but that idea obviously didn't catch on. As it's their 125th anniversary season a small nod to their origins seems completely appropriate. Erin go bragh.
Guest

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Quoting Wicklow68:
Oh dear, another short sighted comment based on a lack of historical knowledge. The official colour of the Irish flag is green, white and gold (albeit a darker shade than would normally be described as gold). This was chosen to reflect the various sections of the community that lived in the island of Ireland. White was meant to mean peace but that idea obviously didn't catch on. As it's their 125th anniversary season a small nod to their origins seems completely appropriate. Erin go bragh.


Actually the constitution of Ireland specifies green, white and orange.
Guest

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Quoting Wicklow68:
Oh dear, another short sighted comment based on a lack of historical knowledge. The official colour of the Irish flag is green, white and gold (albeit a darker shade than would normally be described as gold). This was chosen to reflect the various sections of the community that lived in the island of Ireland. White was meant to mean peace but that idea obviously didn't catch on. As it's their 125th anniversary season a small nod to their origins seems completely appropriate. Erin go bragh.


If you know your history, Wicklow68, you'll know that in 1888 the Irish flag was green with a gold harp in the middle. And also it was part of the British Empire. Nothing to do with the current 'Republic of Ireland' who adopted the Tricolour of Green, White and ORANGE.

Simple fact is that Celtic are putting a flag of a completely different country on their kit. They might as well have the flag of Outer Mongolia on it as much relevance it has.
Guest

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RaSellikby the way BigMan Could NOT have the colour orange in their marketing, as, quelle surprise- THEY are filthy bigots as well as their true blue brothers.

No doubt some of the worlds most offended will try and deflect and deny, have a look at Jock Steins treatment. Both clubs are a disgrace
Guest
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Guest

Quoting :
Celtic need Rangers, without Rangers Celtic become even less relevant so if Rangers are going down, Celtic are going down with them ;-)



Never heared so much shit in my life,Celtic are a global brand where as the huns are a global disgrace.If the huns die it would not hurt Celtic but be nieve and think the world needs the hun as you are living in a very small minded world.
Chukki

Chukki

Club debt reduced down to £7million, 60,000 seater stadium, fantastic training centre in Lennoxtown, a superb youth academy, a humongous worldwide fanbase, average squad age 22, some of the best young prospects in Forrest, Hooper, Ki, Kayal, and Matthews in the UK, a shot at the Champions' League group stage, and totally ruling the roost in Scotland, regardless of Rangers 10 point penalty...grim times indeed, you [censored]ing moron!
Guest
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Guest

Really smart kit but dnt agree with the socks. There is no need for it, already got a four leaf clover on the top and the crest now has a celtic design round it. How much more irish input do they need?
Guest

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Quoting Alza86we-dnt-do-walking-away:
Really smart kit but dnt agree with the socks. There is no need for it, already got a four leaf clover on the top and the crest now has a celtic design round it. How much more irish input do they need?


Why do we need to comply? Who are we to comply to? Whats the problem with the "irish" element?
Not trying to have a tit for tat but when did having "orange" away kits seem sensible? What has "orange" got to do with RFC*? You'll be offended if you look hard enough at anything.
Guest
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Guest

how much would that shirt cost ? in what 3rd world poverty stricken country will it be made,? how much will these slave workers earn,? Nike are a corporate enterprise who cares less for Celtic,Rangers,or Scotland, they rip off the third world poor, make massive profits out of football morons who buy this gear, oh yes Celtic and Rangers fight among one another you stupid pricks, while the real enemy laugh at your ignorance, go you stupid bastards and hand over your hard earned cash for bits of clothe
Guest

Guest

Quoting Harry Nash:
IS THIS GOING TO HAPPEN WHEN EVER A SCOTTISH SHIRT IS SHOWN?


Only when it's either Old Firm, Hearts or Hibs. The other 38 senior teams in Scotland by and large don't go in for that nonsense.
Guest
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Quoting RMB:

Only when it's either Old Firm, Hearts or Hibs.


Hibs don't partake in any sectarian abuse, thank you very much. Hibernian are very proud to have Irish roots, before Celtic existed, but they don't bang on about it. The clue is in the word 'roots'. It's in the past, not the present and that's where it should stay.

Don't tarnish Hibernian FC with the same muck and bile that Glasgow's Shame get involved in.
Guest
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Guest

Hibs actually publicly denounced their Irish roots back in the 30's. I can understand anyone who is not a Celtic supporter's confusion at the use of the Irish symbolism, but you need to understand that we are a club who were originally founded by Irishmen for Irishmen in Scotland. We still fly the Saltire as well so its not like we claim to be a solely Irish club. We are a Irish-Scottish club.
StillChamps
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StillChamps

Rangers fan here...

I actually really like this kit! Nike has come up with some really nice ones this year.

And I don't bother with all the Old Firm nonsense...I love Rangers and I love Football...end of!
Guest
+1

Guest

LOOKS BETTER QUALITY ON THIS PIC!!!! http://sport.stv.tv/football/clubs/celtic/97704-celtic-show-off-new-all-black-away-kit-which-features-irish-tricolour/ Sorry for shouting, just can't believe how nice this is. Already pre-ordered. And i'm a Geordie.
Guest
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Guest

Cracker of a kit, originally had doubts as I think many black kits look like training tops (Barcelona) but this definitely looks the part. As for the celtic design around the badge, it actually compliments the strip as a whole, something I thought I would never say as it completely ruins the new home top which is a vulgar piece of kit.

Design on the shorts is nothing short of sheer class, it is up there with the cracking tartan numbers we had for the European kit when we went on that amazing European campaign, remember? Nah me neither. In my opinion the design should be in silver like the design going around the badge, and I think the Tennent's should be in silver or green, I don't think that the red does it any justice in regards to the colour scheme it is accompanied by.

Regarding this as the second top, this makes me almost certain that a third kit is going to be produced in order to rake the money in off stupid gullable pricks like myself who will buy anything and everything to do with the club. I honestly think we should allocate a timeless strip (I think the bumblebee) that should stay the same third/European kit each season and retain its design through the change of sponsors. We all saw the bumblebee when it had Tennent's on it and it looked the part just like the previous season, and was the perfect away top as it was unmatched by any team we came up against. It is time to let us keep what little money we have in our pockets for the time being without constantly churning out dud third kits each season.

Final point, I think the outcry over this tri-colour is pathetic and farcical, get over it.
Guest
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Quoting Dzeko:
Cracker of a kit, originally had doubts as I think many black kits look like training tops (Barcelona) but this definitely looks the part. As for the celtic design around the badge, it actually compliments the strip as a whole, something I thought I would never say as it completely ruins the new home top which is a vulgar piece of kit.

Design on the shorts is nothing short of sheer class, it is up there with the cracking tartan numbers we had for the European kit when we went on that amazing European campaign, remember? Nah me neither. In my opinion the design should be in silver like the design going around the badge, and I think the Tennent's should be in silver or green, I don't think that the red does it any justice in regards to the colour scheme it is accompanied by.

Regarding this as the second top, this makes me almost certain that a third kit is going to be produced in order to rake the money in off stupid gullable pricks like myself who will buy anything and everything to do with the club. I honestly think we should allocate a timeless strip (I think the bumblebee) that should stay the same third/European kit each season and retain its design through the change of sponsors. We all saw the bumblebee when it had Tennent's on it and it looked the part just like the previous season, and was the perfect away top as it was unmatched by any team we came up against. It is time to let us keep what little money we have in our pockets for the time being without constantly churning out dud third kits each season.

Final point, I think the outcry over this tri-colour is pathetic and farcical, get over it.


I agree
Guest
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This so called non bigoted club was founded by an irish priest intent on stopping catholic boys mixing with protestants at the soup kitchens run by the protestant church who served all irrespective of religion. wouldn,t have been formed if it hadn,t been for hibernians financial input and loaning players. grow up morons.
Guest
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Guest

oh how little you know!

the reason why soup kitchens were set up was to help the people coming over from Ireland because the protestant majority in scotland shuned the irish who came in because they were seen as a threat to their way of life and their jobs. Hence the undercutting of wages towards catholics, They were condemned to the east of glasgow which was a slum area for irish immigrants.

And the players were invited to play for Celtic to raise money for the starving Irish Community living in the east end of glasgow

If you are going to spout nonsense, make sure its actually factual!
Guest
+4

Guest

of course you are going to stand behind it because its your opinion, doesnt mean its true, hence why you've resorted to your lot's typical "go home" gibberish.

Let me ask you this question, should the Scots who settled in Ireland "go home" if not, what is so different between them settling in ireland, than it is to the Irish who settled in Scotland.

At least Celtic has been open to all creeds since its inception also. Not like rangers and their anti-catholic signing policy which lasted over 100 years.

Theres no doubt that there is sectrian elements between both sets of support, but i find it hilarious that people like you come on and try and tarnish the other side, when your side have big enough problems as it is (rioting multiple times in europe in the last decade, having no money whatsoever).
Guest
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Quoting :
This so called non bigoted club was founded by an irish priest intent on stopping catholic boys mixing with protestants at the soup kitchens run by the protestant church who served all irrespective of religion. wouldn,t have been formed if it hadn,t been for hibernians financial input and loaning players. grow up morons.


Scotland is a bigoted anti catholic backwater country,so why would anyone want to mix with knuckle draggers who hate anyone thats is a none white protestant.
Guest
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The comments on here are an utter embarrassment. I struggle to understand the mentality of some of you. The lack of intelligence is quite incredible. What chance have kids got in Scotland when their parents are spouting this utter nonsense. Drop the bigotted diatribe and get a grip.
Guest
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Guest

The crest, the knotwork, the tricolor on the socks, it's all very solid. I generally don't like black kits all that much, but Celtic certainly have historic precedent for it. Besides, it's certainly more attractive than a gold or neon green kit would be, and it's very much appreciated that Nike hasn't tried out any of their day-glo coloring here.
Guest
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The information on this kit is wrong, I am not being a bigot because I am one of those rare Scottish people who don't glory hunt and actually support my local. I feel like I have to point out the trim is by far not green, white and gold but is actually green, white and orange. The irish flag (tri-colour) is green, white and orange GREEN for catholics, WHITE for peace and ORANGE for protestants (peace between catholics and protestants). So if the trim was infact green white and gold as so many celtic fans believe then it would be a misrepresentation of their heritage. Just saying lol
Guest

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Quoting DannyP:
The information on this kit is wrong, I am not being a bigot because I am one of those rare Scottish people who don't glory hunt and actually support my local. I feel like I have to point out the trim is by far not green, white and gold but is actually green, white and orange. The irish flag (tri-colour) is green, white and orange GREEN for catholics, WHITE for peace and ORANGE for protestants (peace between catholics and protestants). So if the trim was infact green white and gold as so many celtic fans believe then it would be a misrepresentation of their heritage. Just saying lol


cheers for that dannyP..........
Guest
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Guest

Hey guys im your average celtic supporter, i hate the queen and britain, but i take benefits from their governments taxes, i support the ira and i have a thing for men in priest outfits..anyway as for the kit?..its pish :D
Guest
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Quoting :
Hey guys im your average celtic supporter, i hate the queen and britain, but i take benefits from their governments taxes, i support the ira and i have a thing for men in priest outfits..anyway as for the kit?..its pish :D


A typical angry [censored] rangers fan with a lot of issues who yearns for Sandy Jardine to caress his little piss stick. :lol:
Guest
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As much as I am a die hard Rangers fan, that is actually quite smart, not sure about the Tricolour on it though, haven't got anything against it just think it would look better without it, overall, quite smart
Guest
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Guest

Some rubbish being talked here by small minded idiots. I dont support any team in scottish football but i know plenty of people who support rangers and who support celtic for the right reasons, not because of the colours they fly like some bigots on here. Thats scottish footballs biggest problem and in my opinion a lot of people need to wise up. One thing I am aware of is that Glasgow Rangers are not one of the most but 'the most' successful club in scottish football, and thats fact. To all the people that may joke and jibe about the mess Rangers are in and may even hope they disappear, another fact is scottish football needs Glasgow Rangers and without them it will have serious consequences to scottish football. ;-)
Guest

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Rangers have 5 stars that mean [censored] all compared to Celtic's ONE LARGE GOLDEN star above the crest. Do any of the Huns know what that means? Yeah, 1967 European Cup glory... But honestly, the league will be shite if Rangers are relegated. Lets be realistic here. Celtic are nothing without them. The Old Firm will be a shite game as Rangers' players will leave due to lack of funding and wages. Our next big game will be Dundee?
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Quoting :
Rangers have 5 stars that mean censored all compared to Celtic's ONE LARGE GOLDEN star above the crest. Do any of the Huns know what that means? Yeah, 1967 European Cup glory... But honestly, the league will be shite if Rangers are relegated. Lets be realistic here. Celtic are nothing without them. The Old Firm will be a shite game as Rangers' players will leave due to lack of funding and wages. Our next big game will be Dundee?


European Cup 1967? Black and white TV's and pub teams like Linfield in the Quaters.....Diddy cup back then....On a par with the Ramsdens cup!
Guest
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Quoting Anders689:
Remind me 125 years ago what the Irish flag was?
Oh yeah the union flag, the tricolour wasn't invented then ffs
Silly Celtic bastards!



You seem rather upset my little hun friend,anything to do with your team going tits up you thieving scumbags? :lol:
Guest
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Guest

Can you see a smiling hun nooooo nooooooo especially on here,their obsession with Celtic shows by even getting desperate commenting on our strip. Bye Bye rangers,going down the sewer like the true rats you lot are.

Craig Whyte's FENIAN army. :lol:
Guest
+1

Guest

rangers are liquidated!!!!! LMFAO ROFL GIRUY HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAH!!!!! No more dirty cheatin theivin robbin manky thick peasant proddys.....did i say LMFAO LOOOOOOOOOL PMSL ROFL GIRFUY!!! HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA.....God bless agents Green+Whyte, u will never be forgotten!!
Guest

Guest

just wait till BDO annuls the deal with mr green :P

they will lose eyepox and slurry park too.

oh well shouldnt have cheated in cahoots with the shady biased sfa and their roundtable/rotary club/masonic refs. u should be ashamed :-x

our time is coming sevco 5088 fans and they're coming for u 2 shady sfa folk. :-*
Guest

Guest

I can not seem to be able to find the brand new AWAY black jersey with the Irish Flag colors on the cuffs of the short sleeve Jersey. Just like the socks, but also on the jersey sleeves. Any Ideas or help?
Dylaan

Dylaan

I find it so funny all thse unknown fake rangers dumb ass fans calling us fenians, com back when yous know the man of fenian ;-) ;-)



PS.....

Fenian mans irish warrior lol, so yous all think yous ar insulting us whn in reality yous are giving us all a compliment you dumbass ass orange bastards

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