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    Aberdeen
    Celtic
    Dundee United
    Falkirk
    hamilton Accies
    Hearts
    Hibernian
    Kilmarnock
    Motherwell
    Rangers
    St Mirren
    St Johnstone

    Saturday, 15 August 2009
    Aberdeen v Celtic, 15:00
    Dundee Utd v Hearts, 15:00
    Hibernian v St Mirren, 15:00
    Kilmarnock v Hamilton, 15:00
    Rangers v Falkirk, 15:00
    St Johnstone v Motherwell, 15:00

    Saturday, 22 August 2009
    Celtic v St Johnstone, 15:00
    Falkirk v Hibernian, 15:00
    Hamilton v Aberdeen, 15:00
    Motherwell v Kilmarnock, 15:00
    St Mirren v Dundee Utd, 15:00
    Sunday, 23 August 2009
    Hearts v Rangers, 15:00

    Saturday, 29 August 2009
    Aberdeen v Motherwell, 15:00
    Dundee Utd v Falkirk, 15:00
    Hibernian v Celtic, 15:00
    Kilmarnock v St Mirren, 15:00
    Rangers v Hamilton, 15:00
    Sunday, 30 August 2009
    St Johnstone v Hearts, 15:00

    Saturday, 12 September 2009
    Celtic v Dundee Utd, 15:00
    Falkirk v Aberdeen, 15:00
    Hearts v Kilmarnock, 15:00
    Motherwell v Rangers, 15:00
    St Mirren v St Johnstone, 15:00
    Sunday, 13 September 2009
    Hamilton v Hibernian, 15:00

    Saturday, 19 September 2009
    Aberdeen v St Mirren, 15:00
    Celtic v Hearts, 15:00
    Dundee Utd v Motherwell, 15:00
    Hamilton v Falkirk, 15:00
    Hibernian v St Johnstone, 15:00
    Kilmarnock v Rangers, 15:00

    Saturday, 26 September 2009
    Falkirk v Kilmarnock, 15:00
    Hearts v Hamilton, 15:00
    Motherwell v Hibernian, 15:00
    Rangers v Aberdeen, 15:00
    St Johnstone v Dundee Utd, 15:00
    St Mirren v Celtic, 15:00

    Saturday, 3 October 2009
    Hamilton v St Johnstone, 15:00
    Hibernian v Dundee Utd, 15:00
    Kilmarnock v Aberdeen, 15:00
    Motherwell v Falkirk, 15:00
    Rangers v Celtic, 15:00
    St Mirren v Hearts, 15:00

    Saturday, 17 October 2009
    Aberdeen v Hearts, 15:00
    Celtic v Motherwell, 15:00
    Dundee Utd v Hamilton, 15:00
    Falkirk v St Mirren, 15:00
    Hibernian v Kilmarnock, 15:00
    St Johnstone v Rangers, 15:00

    Saturday, 24 October 2009
    Aberdeen v Dundee Utd, 15:00
    Hamilton v Celtic, 15:00
    Hearts v Falkirk, 15:00
    Kilmarnock v St Johnstone, 15:00
    Rangers v Hibernian, 15:00
    St Mirren v Motherwell, 15:00

    Saturday, 31 October 2009
    Celtic v Kilmarnock, 15:00
    Dundee Utd v Rangers, 15:00
    Hibernian v Aberdeen, 15:00
    Motherwell v Hearts, 15:00
    St Johnstone v Falkirk, 15:00
    St Mirren v Hamilton, 15:00

    Saturday, 7 November 2009
    Aberdeen v St Johnstone, 15:00
    Falkirk v Celtic, 15:00
    Hamilton v Motherwell, 15:00
    Hearts v Hibernian, 15:00
    Kilmarnock v Dundee Utd, 15:00
    Rangers v St Mirren, 15:00

    Saturday, 21 November 2009
    Dundee Utd v Celtic, 15:00
    Falkirk v Hamilton, 15:00
    Hearts v St Johnstone, 12:30
    Motherwell v Aberdeen, 15:00
    Rangers v Kilmarnock, 15:00
    St Mirren v Hibernian, 15:00

    Saturday, 28 November 2009
    Aberdeen v Rangers, 15:00
    Celtic v St Mirren, 15:00
    Hibernian v Falkirk, 15:00
    Kilmarnock v Hearts, 15:00
    Motherwell v Dundee Utd, 15:00
    St Johnstone v Hamilton, 15:00

    Saturday, 5 December 2009
    Celtic v Aberdeen, 15:00
    Dundee Utd v St Mirren, 15:00
    Falkirk v Rangers, 15:00
    Hamilton v Hearts, 15:00
    Hibernian v Motherwell, 15:00
    St Johnstone v Kilmarnock, 15:00

    Saturday, 12 December 2009
    Aberdeen v Hamilton, 15:00
    Hearts v Dundee Utd, 15:00
    Kilmarnock v Hibernian, 15:00
    Motherwell v Celtic, 15:00
    Rangers v St Johnstone, 15:00
    St Mirren v Falkirk, 15:00

    Saturday, 19 December 2009
    Aberdeen v Hibernian, 15:00
    Hamilton v Dundee Utd, 15:00
    Hearts v Celtic, 15:00
    Kilmarnock v Falkirk, 15:00
    Rangers v Motherwell, 15:00
    St Johnstone v St Mirren, 15:00

    Saturday, 26 December 2009
    Celtic v Hamilton, 15:00
    Dundee Utd v Kilmarnock, 15:00
    Falkirk v Hearts, 15:00
    Hibernian v Rangers, 15:00
    Motherwell v St Johnstone, 15:00
    St Mirren v Aberdeen, 15:00

    Wednesday, 30 December 2009
    Aberdeen v Falkirk, 19:45
    Hamilton v St Mirren, 19:45
    Hearts v Motherwell, 19:45
    Kilmarnock v Celtic, 19:45
    Rangers v Dundee Utd, 19:45
    St Johnstone v Hibernian, 19:45

    Saturday, 2 January 2010
    Celtic v Rangers, 15:00
    Dundee Utd v Aberdeen, 15:00
    Falkirk v St Johnstone, 15:00
    Hibernian v Hearts, 15:00
    Motherwell v Hamilton, 15:00
    St Mirren v Kilmarnock, 15:00

    Saturday, 16 January 2010
    Celtic v Falkirk, 15:00
    Dundee Utd v Hibernian, 15:00
    Hamilton v Rangers, 15:00
    Hearts v St Mirren, 15:00
    Kilmarnock v Motherwell, 15:00
    St Johnstone v Aberdeen, 15:00

    Saturday, 23 January 2010
    Aberdeen v Kilmarnock, 15:00
    Falkirk v Dundee Utd, 15:00
    Hibernian v Hamilton, 15:00
    Motherwell v St Mirren, 15:00
    Rangers v Hearts, 15:00
    St Johnstone v Celtic, 15:00

    Wednesday, 27 January 2010
    Celtic v Hibernian, 19:45
    Dundee Utd v St Johnstone, 19:45
    Falkirk v Motherwell, 19:45
    Hamilton v Kilmarnock, 19:45
    Hearts v Aberdeen, 19:45
    St Mirren v Rangers, 19:45

    Saturday, 30 January 2010
    Aberdeen v Motherwell, 15:00
    Hamilton v Celtic, 15:00
    Hibernian v St Mirren, 15:00
    Kilmarnock v Dundee Utd, 15:00
    Rangers v Falkirk, 15:00
    St Johnstone v Hearts, 15:00

    Wednesday, 10 February 2010
    Celtic v Hearts, 19:45
    Dundee Utd v Hamilton, 19:45
    Falkirk v Kilmarnock, 19:45
    Hibernian v Aberdeen, 19:45
    Motherwell v Rangers, 19:45
    St Mirren v St Johnstone, 19:45

    Saturday, 13 February 2010
    Aberdeen v Celtic, 15:00
    Hamilton v Motherwell, 15:00
    Hearts v Falkirk, 15:00
    Kilmarnock v St Johnstone, 15:00
    Rangers v Hibernian, 15:00
    St Mirren v Dundee Utd, 15:00

    Saturday, 20 February 2010
    Celtic v Dundee Utd, 15:00
    Falkirk v Aberdeen, 15:00
    Hearts v Hamilton, 15:00
    Kilmarnock v St Mirren, 15:00
    Motherwell v Hibernian, 15:00
    St Johnstone v Rangers, 15:00

    Saturday, 27 February 2010
    Aberdeen v Hearts, 15:00
    Dundee Utd v Falkirk, 15:00
    Hibernian v St Johnstone, 15:00
    Motherwell v Kilmarnock, 15:00
    Rangers v Celtic, 15:00
    St Mirren v Hamilton, 15:00

    Saturday, 6 March 2010
    Falkirk v Celtic, 15:00
    Hamilton v Aberdeen, 15:00
    Hibernian v Kilmarnock, 15:00
    Rangers v St Mirren, 15:00
    St Johnstone v Motherwell, 15:00
    Sunday, 7 March 2010
    Dundee Utd v Hearts, 15:00

    Saturday, 20 March 2010
    Aberdeen v Dundee Utd, 15:00
    Celtic v St Johnstone, 15:00
    Hamilton v Falkirk, 15:00
    Hearts v Hibernian, 15:00
    Kilmarnock v Rangers, 15:00
    St Mirren v Motherwell, 15:00

    Wednesday, 24 March 2010
    Hibernian v Dundee Utd, 19:45
    Kilmarnock v Hamilton, 19:45
    Motherwell v Hearts, 19:45
    Rangers v Aberdeen, 19:45
    St Johnstone v Falkirk, 19:45
    St Mirren v Celtic, 19:45

    Saturday, 27 March 2010
    Aberdeen v St Mirren, 15:00
    Celtic v Kilmarnock, 15:00
    Dundee Utd v Motherwell, 15:00
    Falkirk v Hibernian, 15:00
    Hamilton v St Johnstone, 15:00
    Hearts v Rangers, 15:00

    Saturday, 3 April 2010
    Hibernian v Celtic, 15:00
    Kilmarnock v Aberdeen, 15:00
    Motherwell v Falkirk, 15:00
    Rangers v Hamilton, 15:00
    St Johnstone v Dundee Utd, 15:00
    St Mirren v Hearts, 15:00

    Saturday, 10 April 2010
    Aberdeen v St Johnstone, 15:00
    Celtic v Motherwell, 15:00
    Dundee Utd v Rangers, 15:00
    Falkirk v St Mirren, 15:00
    Hamilton v Hibernian, 15:00
    Hearts v Kilmarnock, 15:00


    I'll keep updated of the scores

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    What's going on with all that Setanta business ? Are clubs going bankrupt ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by blueduck View Post
    What's going on with all that Setanta business ? Are clubs going bankrupt ?
    Nah celtic's safe, although rangers are finding it hard to splash the cash as they're in massive debt.

    Santanta's gone btw
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    Don't you find it boring knowing you really only have 4 leagues games a season?

    No honestly I ain't taking the piss, I am interested because beating crap like Falkirk and Kilmarnock and the Super J's St.Johnstone 4 or 5-0 every week must become tedious.

    If I was a celtic fan I'd be genuinely concerned that my club wasn't being tested each week.

    Just want your opinion on that really or are you the complete opposite and want to win the league by 30 points and score 100 goals etc?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Edward224 View Post
    Don't you find it boring knowing you really only have 4 leagues games a season?

    No honestly I ain't taking the piss, I am interested because beating crap like Falkirk and Kilmarnock and the Super J's St.Johnstone 4 or 5-0 every week must become tedious.

    If I was a celtic fan I'd be genuinely concerned that my club wasn't being tested each week.

    Just want your opinion on that really or are you the complete opposite and want to win the league by 30 points and score 100 goals etc?
    I'm not botherd, people think just because we play the same team 3 times each season we can't compete agaisnt the best.

    For that fact, we made it hard for barcelona in the 07/08 season at parkhead. we've also beat man utd, just cause we beat 'Shit' teams,

    As for the points, i want other teams in the SPL to compete for the league, not just for OF.
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    Ok good answer.
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    if celtic played in the premier league they'd be one of the best teams in the world.

    with the kind of money they could get from the PL, the quality of their players would shoot through the roof.

    and when you combine that with their epic prestige, absolutely magnificent fans and the fact that NO BIG TEAM (apart from rijkaard's barca for some reason, only team to win there in the CL!) gets much joy at celtic park so they're dominant at home... they'd be amazing.

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    Yeah I agree, though it would be a gradual process and not an overnight one. They'd probably be challenging the villas, evertons, spurs and citys instead of the top 4 at first though.

    Also I honestly think if that Rangers team which won the league came into the EPL they'd be relegated.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Edward224 View Post
    Yeah I agree, though it would be a gradual process and not an overnight one. They'd probably be challenging the villas, evertons, spurs and citys instead of the top 4 at first though.

    Also I honestly think if that Rangers team which won the league came into the EPL they'd be relegated.
    they'd both start around mid-table.

    celtic around the top of that bracket, rangers around the bottom.

    rangers would improve too but just wouldn't match celtic. they don't have the right footballing ethos, nor the european prestige. plus their fans, far from being a friendly well-loved lot, are a bunch of rampaging cunts who trashed manchester because some screens didn't work and their shitball team got owned by a great footballing side (and whatever you think of manchester, that was disgraceful).

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    IMO Celtic should never be in the EPL.

    It's bad enough having the Welsh in the fizzy pop leagues, but having two Scottish clubs instead of two English clubs in the EPL would be a travesty.

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    I am not saying they should be, but if they were then without a doubt over a number of years they would challenge for the top honours.

    I said this current Rangers team meta, not if they improved it. IMO their current team would go down quite easily.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Celtic FC 1967 View Post
    I'm not botherd, people think just because we play the same team 3 times each season we can't compete agaisnt the best.

    For that fact, we made it hard for barcelona in the 07/08 season at parkhead. we've also beat man utd, just cause we beat 'Shit' teams,

    As for the points, i want other teams in the SPL to compete for the league, not just for OF.
    So how many away games have you won in the Champions League? NONE, despite endless attempts and going to places like Aalborg. You have a manic home crowd which makes it difficult for all but the best visiting teams but you don't compete, you just make up the numbers.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cule Angles View Post
    So how many away games have you won in the Champions League? NONE, despite endless attempts and going to places like Aalborg. You have a manic home crowd which makes it difficult for all but the best visiting teams but you don't compete, you just make up the numbers.
    We make it hard? you my friend are on somthing, we sing from kick off to fulltime, i thought that was alowed? so really we can't sing? bull just because we play better at home than we do away, top teams HAVE struggled to beat us at home, only team who beat us at hparkhead in the last few years is barcelona, next time we play at top team at parkhead, i'll ask the annoucer to tell everyone not to sing.

    As for the not winning away, things can change, can't they? and this is the season it'll change.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cule Angles View Post
    So how many away games have you won in the Champions League? NONE, despite endless attempts and going to places like Aalborg. You have a manic home crowd which makes it difficult for all but the best visiting teams but you don't compete, you just make up the numbers.
    when you consider that their league is fucking atrocious and their players are quite below par, they do alright really.

    they'll improve too with mowbray at the helm and crosas at volante (keeping possession is important in europe and with him they have someone to do that).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Celtic FC 1967 View Post
    We make it hard? you my friend are on somthing, we sing from kick off to fulltime, i thought that was alowed? so really we can't sing? bull just because we play better at home than we do away, top teams HAVE struggled to beat us at home, only team who beat us at hparkhead in the last few years is barcelona, next time we play at top team at parkhead, i'll ask the annoucer to tell everyone not to sing.

    As for the not winning away, things can change, can't they? and this is the season it'll change.
    Where exactly did I say that your fans shouldn't sing? Frigging hell, talk about getting the wrong end of the stick.
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