Celtic FC News Archive

1 February 2015

Celtic v Rangers: Pitch may influence Ronny Deila

Scotsman Today at midnight

RONNY Deila has admitted that concerns over the state of the Hampden pitch could cause him to have a rethink over the personnel he selects for today’s League Cup semi-final clash with Rangers.

Six Old Firm dream debuts … and four nightmares

Scotsman Today at midnight

Moira Gordon looks at the best and worst debuts for Celtic and Rangers in O** F*** derbies...

Scotsman Today at midnight

JIM Murphy has amassed quite a collection of football memorabilia. His match programmes include one from the 1966 World Cup final, which was played more than a year before he was born. His old strips range from Orlando Pirates and Kaizer Chiefs to Real Be...

Here is the City Today at 04:00

Sunderland winger Charis Mavrias is reportedly set to return to Panathinaikos.

Scotsman Today at midnight

IF anyone wanted to do a pictorial study of the great Glasgow derby through the ages, all they would require to chart the recent period was to rake out various snaps of Kenny Miller.

Celtic boss Ronny Deila says hes not even considered the possibility of losing out to great rivals Rangers in Old Firm showdown

Daily Mail Today at 01:00

Celtic manager Ronny Deila insists he has not contemplated losing to Rangers in Sunday's League Cup semi-final. The Norwegian is set to experience the O** F*** derby at Hampden.

Scotsman Today at midnight

Dutch striker will be in the stand for a derby he relished as a player, discovers Andrew Smith...

Herald Scotland Today at 00:12

HEARTS stretched their lead at the top of the Championship to 16 points with closest challengers Rangers with an O** F*** cup semi-final on their mind rather than the title race.

Deila expecting a pitch battle

Herald Scotland Today at 00:12

RONNY DEILA has admitted the state of the Hampden Park playing surface may force him into a tactical rethink ahead of today's O** F*** League Cup semi-final.

Supersub earns plaudits from delighted McNamara

Herald Scotland Today at 00:12

JACKIE McNAMARA last night praised super sub Ryan Dow for helping steer Dundee United to back-to-back cup finals for the first time since the Jim McLean era and spoke of his hope that it will be Rangers, and not his former club Celtic, who join them in th...

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