The Best And Worst Moments of 2011

So 2011 is just about finished. What will we as Celtic fans remember from the year past? We’ve picked what we consider to be the best, and worst, moments of 2011. Thankfully we’ve had much more to enjoy than to worry about in the past year so we’ve only got 5 low point as opposed to 10 high points.

And as usual when we do lists on this site we’ve probably missed something so let us know what we should have added.

Let’s get the bad ones out the way first…

The Worst:

Number five:

Sammy misses the penalty which would have ended Rangers interest in the league.

Number four:

The defeat to ICT which lost us the league.

Number three:

The defeat by Sion that never was.

Number two:

The “shame game” which provided the SNP with an excuse to introduce Offensive legislation. You’ll notice that Celtic and the fans didn’t do anything wrong.

Number one:

The threats, attacks and attempts to intimidate our manager. A low point for Scottish society never mind Scottish football.

The Best:

Number ten:

Sammy terrorises Rangers and shows us just why he’s a vital part of the team.

Number nine :

Joe Ledley ensures we finish 2011 as we started it.

Number eight:

3-3 comeback against Kilmarnock – The turning point in our season? The most important half time team talk of Neil Lennon’s career?

Number seven:

From that match at Ibrox through to scoring the 3rd in our Scottish Cup victory Charlie brought his Celtic Career back to life.

Number six:

The first six months of Kris Commons.

Number five:

Best goal celebration of the year.

Number four:

The John Kennedy Testimonial. A great night for all and a reminder of why we are a unique club.

Number three:

Celtic Park is jumping again thanks in no small part to The Green Brigade.

Number two:

The final game of the season against Motherwell. We don’t care if we win, lose or draw.

Number one:

The Thai Tims in the charts and in our hearts. What a club we are.

What will you remember from 2011?

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