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Moysey & Celtic???

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I have heard a number of people talking recently about the lack of investment being offered to Mr Moyes and as a result he is unwilling to commit his future to Everton and has been offered the opportunity to manage a football club guaranteed Champions League football in his native Scotland being Celtic.

Has anyone else heard this and is there any substance behind it???
Stevie  Kay, Wirral     Posted 01/05/2008 at 20:47:26

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Michael Dylan
1   Posted 02/05/2008 at 06:02:44

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Albert Dock
2   Posted 02/05/2008 at 06:35:50

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You score extra bonus points when you hear that he has definitely been looking for a house near Loch Lomond or has bought a pub in the East End of Glasgow.
Joe McMahon
3   Posted 02/05/2008 at 08:51:53

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Celtic even though will always get to the CL (pretty impossible in their league of 2). They will never go very far in the comp, as highly paid millionares don’t wanna live in Glasgow. Bothe Yankie red teams attract top players, as they are massive Global Marketing Machines Corporate organisations. Chelski etc attract top players as they are in London - where everyone wants to be. Beside how many teams can pay 30 million for one player? Even Arrsenal can’t afford that.
I can not beleave I even responded to such a drap pointless article.
Paul Lenehan
4   Posted 02/05/2008 at 09:22:35

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Firstly celtic have less money than us. Secondly why would he leave one of the top leagues in Europe to go and play the like of gretna four times in a season. There may but rumours but they are absolute nonsense.
Marc Williams
5   Posted 02/05/2008 at 09:57:59

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I?m pretty sure from what I?ve read & heard that this idea has been floated/offered to Moyes.

Looking at it from his point of view it has two big attractions: firstly his emotional attachment to Celtic & secondly he?d have a 50% chance of winning 3 trophies for the Moyes mantlepiece as Rangers are the only meaningful opposition.

Personally I think as Moyes is begining to ?believe his own press? regarding his abilities & given his well known ambition, he would see this as a step down. He probably just spins these stories to worry Kenwright into finding him a few more pennies. If this is the case then fair play to him.

Seamus Murphy
6   Posted 02/05/2008 at 14:48:17

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I pointed this out on a similar thread a few weeks ago - Murdo McLoed was on Irish radio recently and was asked about this and he said there is no way Celtic would be able to pay Moysie’s wages so it is a non starter.

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