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Celtic’s Interim Financial Statement Makes A Mockery Of King’s “House Of Cards” Claim.

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The nightmare of our summer plunged us into a mini-crisis and we exited the Champions League on a balmy night in Athens.

We had to make do with the Europa League, a far less prestigious competition with far less money on offer.



I don’t need to tell regular readers that King talks nonsense, and plenty of it.



Before this season even kicked off, Dave King made one of the more ludicrous claims of his tenure at Ibrox; he said that even one year where our club was deprived of Champions League income could see Celtic collapse “like a pack of cards.” Needless to say, our season hasn’t entirely gone according to plan.

Forget us collapsing like a pack of cards … start looking to Ibrox, which is a house of cards and is far more likely to collapse than any other club in the Scottish game.

Tonight, Celtic posted their interim accounts for the first six months of the campaign; they show profits of around £15 million.

The figures are better than anticitpated and they put us on course to post a profit in over the course of the campaign.
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