Thursday, 13 August 2015

Celtic to bid for Scott Allan



After months of the Scott Allan saga, today the story took another twist when Sky Sources reported Celtic have taken an interest in the playmaker.

Allan, who put in a transfer request a number of weeks ago, has long been known as a Rangers fan and is eager to clinch his dream move to Ibrox, but this latest development will certainly test that resolve.

Celtic do not lack the finances to bid what Hibs claim they want for the player, but it now looks like Allan either stays at Easter Road, holds on for the pre-contract to Ibrox in January, or switches to Parkhead now.

"BREAKING: Sky Sources: Celtic interested in Rangers' transfer target Scott Allan of Hibernian"

There is little doubt this would be a petty snipe at Rangers, given Celtic arguably do not need the player, but it definitely fits into one of those ‘twists’ of the transfer window I anticipated occurring.

92 comments:

  1. Any true Rangers fan would never wear the other teams jersey imo.

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    1. Kenny Dalglish?.....Kenny Miller?.....Financial considerations and advancement often outweigh bigotry.

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    2. Miller was not a Rangers fan

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    3. Danny mcgrain was a Rangers fan, so was kenny dalglish. The media claimed kenny Miller was a fan when he signed the first time.
      Mo Johnston was a Celtic fan, as was Charlie Miller. Some people look past bigotry and see the bigger picture of financial and footballing advancement. Not against us (Celtic) signing him, but at the same not bothered if we don't. Personally I suspect this is just paper talk to try to spur rangers into making s sensible bid for a player the apparently are desperate to get.

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  2. a hope he tells them too........ suck on my balls

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    1. Illiterate halfwit.

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  3. with any luck he'll reject the offer, the lad knows the team he supports want to pick him up. He also knows the club he is currently at refused that offer, so he may just decide to fuck them by waiting out his contract

    But the lure of Champions League football is a strong thing

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  4. aprently he woulod be willing to join cletic

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  5. he has agrreed personal terms with celtic and should be completed this week acording to rumors

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  6. This is where fan and work collide. If he goes to the timmys he will be paid more and have the chance of Champions league football, which if we are honest is far in the future for us. Whether he is a fan or not money talks

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  7. He wont get near the Celtic starting 11. Midfield is their strongest area

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  8. He knows if he joins Celtic he'll be, at best, a squad player.

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  9. Supposedly there are pictures emerging of him eating ice cream with Scott Brown and Tony Stokes in Molly Malones :o \o/

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  10. I seemed to remember we were going to sign Rangers fan Scott Brown and got his fanny of a pal, Thommo, instead because Celtic paid more money for Brown, money talks, bullshit walks,,, If the wages are right, Scott Allan will sign for the manky mob,, or all of this could just be propaganda to see if Rangers will up their bid for the player, i say let them have him,, we dont need Scott Allan,, if he is even thinking about going to Celtic, do we really want him?!

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  11. Hopefully he doesn't go to them. But if my memory is right, wasn't Scott brown a childhood Rangers fan and look where he went 😡

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  12. I think he will go, HOWEVER i would like to know if anyone knows the identity of this BLOGGER in the Daily record today who is spreading Malicious stories about Rangers Directors recieving £50K a year, Does anyone know??

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  13. this is a good source rummor that scott allan will sign for celtic on 4 year deal on 12k a week and fee is around 800k and plus a player unammed yet and will be loaned back ro hibs

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  14. rummor is that he is at parkhead discussing personal terms

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  15. I blame gers board if he goes, if they had made a decent offer in the first place hibs would have accepted, we didn't even try, penny pinching at its worst.

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  16. If he is a real fan he won't sign for celtic

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  17. King should have got this transfer through, where the fuck is the money he promised us? Celtic are making us look like a laughing stock, we are a joke.

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  18. Allan will say no way to Celtic and become an instant rangers legend

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    1. No he wont.

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    2. Well,........there goes his legendary Rangers status!!!! 8-)

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  19. McGeough will sign for Hibs on a permanent basis and Callum McGregor to Hibs on loan as part of the deal.

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  20. you are indeed correct.Scoot Brown was a Rangers fan.I went to his school-.I was AMAZED he went to Celtic.-by a Hibee

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  21. So Scott Allan off to the Tims because we are skint.....yes skint.

    King not put a penny in and the banker of last resort, Park, has left the building, so no more soft loans from him...........how are we going to repay the previous loans made by him come December when they are due?

    How did King's meeting with Ashley go? All quiet on that front because Ash has no need to speak to him, he gets the merchandising income whether the strips are sold or not.

    What worries me is that Ashley still has security over Murray Park, Edmiston House and Albion Car Park because King doesn't have the cash to repay the loan and whatever slice of the merchandising income we were getting previously is now also lost!

    What if Ashley decides that it's not worth the bother or hassle and the bad publicity his involvement is bringing to SD?

    What's to stop him putting A For Sale sign up at Murray Park tomorrow, and or Edmiston House/Albion Car Park.............?

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    1. Timmyporn - surprised you could type such inaccurate bile with just one hand

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  22. Allan will be in a gers top next season

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    1. No he wont.

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    2. Don't ever even consider becoming a bookie.......

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    3. Aww. You were wrong. Unlucky.

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  23. he is not good enough for celtic, midfield is our strongest area, will be a squad player at best, hope rumours are untrue but as I said in this blog a few months ago, if celtic want him, they will have him.

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  24. While I find it difficult to believe that he will fit in to teh Celtic team, if they sign him and then immediately loan him back to Hibs for the season it really would be one almighty kick in teh teeth to Rangers and the Board of Directors and could dent King's credibility after all his talk about investment. It would also sum up the sh*thole that is teh Scottish League these days, where we are quite clearly hated by the majority of SPL sides and their supporters.

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  25. he'll say no thanks there a bunch of wanks hes 1 of our own WATP

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    1. Well this is just awkward. Are you going to come back and admit you were wrong?

      He chose celtic over rangers. How does that make you feel? Does that make celtic 'the people'?

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  26. Allan is a Ranger.

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    1. No he's not.

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    2. Apparently not, as he's now a Celt......

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  27. I see the obsessive troll is on posting and according to him/her "rumours" (with a 'u', incidentally) have him negotiating terms with Celtc, We'll see.

    Celtic FC acting with the lack of dignity one has come to expect through the years.

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    1. You need to dry your eyes. Talking about dignity, are you for real??

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  28. Why wouldn't someone sign for Celtic over Rangers? They may support a team but they are professional footballers.
    More money, higher std, European football
    It is a kick in balls to gers fans - just like it was to the tims with Mo
    But good luck to the guy whatever happens

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  29. If we lose him to Celtic, the board can go to fuck, you have fans money where is the money promised by you lot? We are a laughing stock, the attempts to get Allan were embarrassing and pathetic.

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  30. There isn't a hope in hell of him going to Celtic. Scott will see out his contract and will play at Ibrox next season. Hibs shafted the guy. He won't forget that. Do they think he will let them dictate where he can play and where he can't? That isn't the reason, he'll knock them back, though.
    He's a Rangers man. People are talking about him following Dalglish's example.But there is one BIG difference here. Dalglish knocked back Celtic, on at least two occasions. He was hoping Rangers would come in for him. As we all know, they never did.
    Scott Allan KNOWS that Rangers want him. He KNOWS they will be back, in January, with a pre-contract, if Hibs don't let him go to Rangers now. Scott will be a Rangers player this season, or the next.

    In fact, after he knocks Celtic back, the spotlight on him will intensify. His determination to be a Rangers player will be so obvious, that the rift that there is, already, at Easter Road, will become a chasm. In that climate, Hibs might, at last, come to their senses and let the player go.

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    1. He has agreed to join Celtic with McGeough signing a permanent deal and Callum McGregor signining a season long loan.

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    2. Where's the money Mr king.

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    3. Doesnt make u a bigot for not wanting to play for ur biggest rivals. I wud never dream of pulling on a cellik jersey but not interested in bigotry. I just love the gers

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    4. "..... if Hibs don't let him go to Rangers now. Scott will be a Rangers player this season, or the next."

      Do you understand the meaning of the word 'delusional'?

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    5. Yes, and now Mr King can go after the REAL player he wanted. Barcelona have already indicated that Lionel Messi has demanded a transfer to Rangers, and a solid bid in the 60K range, with a mouth-watering 5K weekly wage has been offered.. If Messi plays hardball though, and doesn't appreciate the honour being offered, the backup plan is to sign Neymayer instead.

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  31. reading through the various comments for quite some time, its become very obvious to me, and others, that the person posting as anonymous at 14:12 is continually saying the same rubbish...newsflash.. that old horse died at least 3 months ago stop beating it...if you cant understand what ime saying to you...in simple terms your a _anker...leave our great football club alone and mind your own business go back to mankieland...the board of directors have stated publicly that they have drawn no wages!!!!!!

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    1. Padraig Ignatius Gallagher13 August 2015 at 20:26

      You are demonstrating the same dimwitted gullibility that your wider membership has always done. When is the penny going to drop - they're laughing as they screw you over and over.

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  32. Allan will never go to Celtic, he's stated this time and time again, he is a ger.

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    1. If you open your mouth just a little bit wider, you'll be able to fit your other foot in..........

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  33. Young Mr Allan you have a choice. You are gonna be a very wealthy young man either way. You either sell your soul to the devil and be very wealthy or wait to fulfil your dreams and be very wealthy. Up to you. Don't be a broon prick please

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    1. Stop begging its so undignified....Oh sorry forgot you are just following your clubs example with all the begging

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  34. Allan will do the right thing, he's a gers fan at heart and not a money grabber, he will get nice signing on fee at gers but more importantly he will play for his childhood hero's and play regular football and become a Scotland sure start

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    1. Put the pipe down and step away from the wacky tobaccy.....

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  35. Scott Allan has made his views clear, his dream is to play for Rangers, if he goes to celtic its purely down to money but I don't think his head will be turned by money, can't see him being like that, he will come to rangers

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  36. Hope money doesn't talk, in Allan we trust

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  37. Just read Allan was at Lennoxtown today, wtf don't do it you will be hated as much as mo ,if he goes its just for cash, at rangers he will be loved and get a game but if he wants more money and wants to sit on bench so be it

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  38. Allan pictured at Lennoxtown, thought he would have told Celtic to do one as he did to Rotherham and Wigan within 2 hours but obviously he must be interested in signing as he was over there, hope he was there out of respect for football and his agent but fear the worst

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  39. Seen the interviews on tv earlier and hope Allan did too, Celtic fans are lukewarm about having him there, at gers and with Warburton in charge he will improve as a player and get into Scotland squad and he will never be acceptable at Celtic because he won't play but Warburton can make him into a class player, can the real Scott Allan please stand up watp

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  40. I'd be shocked beyond believe if Allan signs for celtic, wouldnt be half as bad if us in the know knowing that he is gers fan went to Celtic but the fact he has stated he wants to go to rangers and it would be his boyhood dream and we have put bids in and he's had so much love from ibrox family I'd be surprised if he wasn't at rangers soon, I want him at gers.

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    1. So how does being shocked beyond belief feel? Does it feel much worse than being repeatedly shafted by one con artist after another....or have you now begun to enjoy that particular feeling?

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  41. If Allan moves it's just for money hope he doesn't do it, he's a gers fan, hope he doesn't sign up for celtic and come out with The lure of European football made me sign for them because we won't believe that, don't sign scotty

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  42. Look guys if Allen for some strange reason wants to sign for a team on decendency not on the up then so be it I sincerely hope he does not. I believe his agent and family will have great influence and if Stubbs is behaving like this Rangers should be making it clear to Scott official or not he is one of our own and we are waiting. I just hope Rangers are inspired to take not 6 goals of the wee selec but 10 at Ibrox and let Hibs Try and avoid relegation

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    1. So much mince you I could make spagbol. shepherd's pie and a good mexican for four people. You'll wait awhile mug, but the realdeal people will just fly on. What you use for brains when seamus the snail borrows yours? WATP.

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    2. Hibernian Airey Spirit14 August 2015 at 02:36

      First time tentative poster because I have never thought you'd let me through. So many totally deluded people on here I don't know where to start. If you really want to make a telling come back, you need to sort a few things out. Suggest you start by giving up the don't care everybody hates you. Just think about it. Where can that lead you these days? Sans espoir as they say in the Garngad.

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    3. Is that the Airey who drove the old banger that went into orbit?

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  43. Just seen Andy halliday Twitter account, and according to him, there is no way Allan is going to Celtic, hope he is right , keep the faith.

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  44. Just hope Scott Allan knows he's wanted, can't remember the last time rangers wanted a player so much, reminds me of the laudrup and Gascoigne days but will we get Allan????? It's up to him, it's in the lads court

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  45. Will All this madness going on people forget it's a simple choice, Scotty will pick Celtic or Rangers, it's chose instant money or good money, be loved, play every game and improve your game and get better money later PS follow the dreams Scotty watp

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  46. If Allan signs for celtic I will lose a lot of respect and enthusiasm for the game, he will do the right thing and hold off for gers move, money isn't everything, he will be wealthy anyway but if he goes there, he will be remembered as a money grabber, hope he knows he's wanted at gers and he's only 23 ,play for the blues Scotty and you won't regret it

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  47. If Allan signs for Celtic, I will run on to pitch at alloa naked for a quid per fan and we as bears can split it into 4 charities that's goodwork for us done and if he doesn't sign then I'm happy PS editor can we arrange the run on? Don't want to get you or the club in trouble, watp

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    1. He's just signed a 4-year deal with Celtic, so I hope the weather is warm for you. We wouldn't want your wee winkie turning blue with the cold.....or maybe it already is!

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  48. Celtic fans on tv have made it clear they don't want Allan at Celtic and my celtic mates don't fancy him either but I see the player that he can become under w and w and hopefully he will become a gers legend and he certainly has the talent to a Scotland legend too

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  49. As rangers fans let's get a grip over the Scott Allen situation surely this will guarantee us a passage to the premier league let's trust the managers knowledge of football players to find us a better player after all is he as good as is being made out

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  50. The asking price is £1000000. Where's the money Mr king you said we are going to play in Europe if that is true you will have to put your money where your mouth.is. If you want to play with the big boys you need to start showing us you really mean it. Where's the season ticket money gone all on wages???

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  51. Having medical at torbett towers. So not a real gers fan. Fuck him. WATP.

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  52. Plenty more fish in sea. One less player for hibs. Wee traitor scumbag.

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  53. Dave king can go to fuck lies lies and empty promises

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  54. We will run our club properly and not pay over the odds for ANY player. Allan has demonstrated nothing but greed. I wonder the last time he actually SUPPORTED rangers???? Lets move on. We will win the league without him. Good enough for me. WATP.

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  55. Dave, you have a point but rangers feeble attempt to get Allan was embarrassing for the club but Allan hasn't covered himself in glory, it has been a shambles start to finish.

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  56. Embassy coupons, ginger bottles and add ons based on winning automatic promotion and Champion League qualification ......no wonder Allan is signing for the Tims.

    Monthly wages also guaranteed against pay day loans especially now that Park has walked......3 bears loans, Park, to be repaid in December......Where's the £5m coming from, and lest we forget Ash is still owed £5m.........share issue, if possible most will go in repayment of loans within days , then what?

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  57. Not pay over the odds? Are you deaf , King promised over investment and spend whatever it takes......Go Dave in you we trust, my archive!




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  58. I'm not a season book holder but I got 2 Alloa tickets for Sunday and I ripped them up earlier and regret it now but the Scott Allan thing made me mad, I'm 75 years old and remember when someone's word was the bond, it's all money now, football has died today

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  59. Scott allan has proved today that football is about money and not sport. Go enjoy the money Scott

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    1. How is choosing a team in the top division, with European football secured, the biggest stadium in the country and the best chance at winning medals not a footballing decision?

      Rangers play in the second tier of Scottish football, where they finished 3rd last year. They have no chance of European football any time soon and can't guarantee that wages will be paid the whole season.

      Who wouldn't choose the bigger club?

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