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Celtic Season Tickets

Morning troops.

So after the unsurprising but scandalous decision from Celtic to confirm that there will be no price alterations to the pricing of the season tickets for season 2020/2021. Instead, fans will get to watch the games from behind closed doors on their laptop or mobile, service will not be available through smart TV's and yes, we'll be asked to accept that this costing us around £32 per game is acceptable.

I felt the club had handled most things well until this, but ultimately they know they have us by the baws with it being the season we're going for 10 in a row and all of our support the past 9 years counts for absolutely fluck all.

The refund scheme for last season was something that divided many. I had said i was leaving my money in the club but that was because i had hoped they'd see sense and knock £50-£100 off this years season ticket or allow all Scottish and League cup home games to be free to season ticket holders.

In the end we're getting nothing apart from a line stating the club will look to add further value to the ST cost.

Well, they can bite my banger now and my refund form for over £100 for last season is now in the post as well as my old man's. This PR disaster might just cost the club over £250,000 when they could have saved half of that at least by doing the right thing.

NNH

posted on 10/6/20

comment by An s&m Lauders (U9757)
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comment by Tully 1 (U20686)
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comment by Call Sign: Clarence (U3627)
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comment by lexballielegend (U22335)
posted 2 minutes ago
Some auld boy got sacked as he was well pashed at his work and just because he had been there for yonks and had loads of mates the Union were asking members to back his appeal with the possible threat of strike action... fook that he should have told by his Union Rep to gtf… drunk at work your done …..sorry.
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I remember when tech teachers at school were guaranteed to be alcoholics
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One my brothers was a lawyer and now and again when I was a student we would meet up around lunchtime (he was paying) for a bite and a pint. Back then I honestly couldn't believe the number of 'businessmen' getting tore into copious amounts of alcohol at lunchtime.
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comment by Silver (U6112)

posted on 10/6/20

When I was a teacher there was one school that had small 'distributed' staff rooms capacity <10. The one I used they had the demijohns bubbling away in the cupboards. Cants with 'tea mug' of wine several times a day into the class room.

posted on 10/6/20

My old teacher was a well known Alkie
Norman McLean Gaelic comedian poet etc
Clever as fook but a nutcase

comment by Silver (U6112)

posted on 10/6/20

comment by PointyBirds (U21890)
posted 4 hours, 13 minutes ago
I agree with that. I think people (I do) lump teachers in with the actions of their unions.
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Partially. Mostly teachers confuse union 'advice' with union 'instructions' though. They think the union is their boss. It's laziness, to be honest. Really, the price I pay for having some muscle behind me should a female student say I spoke to her inappropriately.
Which I never do. In front of witnesses.
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The B-i-L had a case a few years ago. She framed it as bullying. Basically a lazy cow who'd never been told her work was sub-standard. Easily dismissed by the court. He was retiring at x-mas there and the cow tried to bring a further case before he went. Easily dismissed again - having a husband probably helped him!

Got made an emeritus prof last week.

posted on 10/6/20



Teachers get grouped in a pejorative way like no other profession. After 40+ years, I quite enjoy the annual June vitriol. Usually from grunters who now have to look after the weans they sired. It's open season this year tho

Not read back yet. Has anyone said how surface cleaning will be done 6/7 times per day in every room and shared space? Deep cleaning of every building every day? Even in a small secondary, tens of thousands of hands touch a banister per day. There's an acute shortage of contract cleaners in Scottish schools as it is. Where are these thousands of sanitisers going to come from, who will pay them, and who will provide the materials? Who will wipe the rses of 5 year olds, break up physical fights, and stop wee neds from spitting at Staff and other kids?






comment by atheist (U2783)

posted on 10/6/20

comment by The Mighty Quinn (U4099)
posted 4 minutes ago


Teachers get grouped in a pejorative way like no other profession. After 40+ years, I quite enjoy the annual June vitriol. Usually from grunters who now have to look after the weans they sired. It's open season this year tho

Not read back yet. Has anyone said how surface cleaning will be done 6/7 times per day in every room and shared space? Deep cleaning of every building every day? Even in a small secondary, tens of thousands of hands touch a banister per day. There's an acute shortage of contract cleaners in Scottish schools as it is. Where are these thousands of sanitisers going to come from, who will pay them, and who will provide the materials? Who will wipe the rses of 5 year olds, break up physical fights, and stop wee neds from spitting at Staff and other kids?







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Easily solved; the janny with a shovelful of sawdust.

Always works.

posted on 10/6/20





Aye that'll break up the meanest of fights & kill C19.






comment by Silver (U6112)

posted on 10/6/20

Just furlough all the teachers over 45 - usually the most scunnered anyway - and everyone else virtually zero chance of death so have classes as normal, no social distancing.

posted on 10/6/20


Some would go for it.


Nothing ever changes tho.

It's only teachers that are gash, alkies, & looking out for dodgy mates.

Never get that in the boardroom, Parliament, or council chambers.

posted on 10/6/20


Back to OP

Our cartel is now 6 between around 10 folk and I weigh in 2 of them.

We made a decision to take the rebate & put it to next season.

If I was St Mirren, Falkirk Dundee U, etc I wouldn't have taken it.

We don't have hospitality just seats.

Poor response from the club but not a deal breaker.


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