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Celtic passing, the horseshoe shape and Spanish movement

I watched the first half of Spain-England last night and although the Spanish will regard it as a horror show, that verdict should be limited to how they defended.

History Bhoys: Jock Stein: Part Eight

CELTIC won their fourth successive league championship in season 1968/69 when they finished with 54 points – losing just three of their 34 games in the days when only two points were awarded for a win.

Lustig cannot afford to think about burnout

The one positive for the defence during the international break is that Kieran Tierney was allowed home to rest, instead of facing Portugal at the weekend.

History Bhoys: Jock Stein: Part Seven

CELTIC – and their iconic manager Jock Stein – had a point to prove going into the 1968/69 campaign.

History Bhoys: Jock Stein: Part Six

JOCK STEIN and Celtic were only 90 minutes away from becoming legends as they prepared for the European Cup Final against Inter Milan in Lisbon on May 25, 1967...

History Bhoys: Jock Stein: Part Five

JOCK STEIN’S Celtic were on course for the club’s first-ever treble when they were due to play Aberdeen in the Scottish Cup Final at Hampden on Saturday, April 29, 1967...

Send our players back to Lennoxtown as soon as possible

I know what you are worried about after last night’s Scotland performance, “He’s going to throw James Forrest in now.” My feeling on the matter is that James, Callum and Kieran all need to ‘work on their fitness’ a bit...

Ex-Hibs Pal Reckons Ibrox Boss Wanted Broony

KEVIN THOMSON has admitted he thought his friend and one-time Hibs team-mate Scott Brown was wanted by Ibrox boss Walter Smith.

History Bhoys: Jock Stein: Part Four

JOCK STEIN’S historic domestic treble in season 1966/67 kicked off with a League Cup Final triumph over Rangers at Hampden on Saturday, October 29, 1966...

Kris Boyd comments best thing to happen to Celtic

The thought was put to me this morning that Kris Boyd’s ill-considered comments on the Celtic squad – that they are divided – could be the best thing that happened to the team this season.

Hoops Legend Hits Out at ‘Farce’

CELTIC legend Davie Hay has taken aim at the blundering Scottish football bosses and claimed the scheduling of the Betfred League Cup semi-finals is “absolute farce”...

History Bhoys: Jock Stein: Part Three

JOCK STEIN, Martin O’Neill and Brendan Rodgers are the three Celtic managers in the club’s history to have won the magical hat-trick of domestic silverware – the league championship, the Scottish Cup and the League Cup...

Be like Martin O’Neill, not Alan Shearer

Ask anyone who has never played the game, managed, or run a football club, and they will tell you how easy it is.

Mulumbu’s Title Target

CELTIC new Bhoy Youssouf Mulumbu will remain positive during the international break.

History Bhoys: Jock Stein: Part Two

ONLY three managers in the illustrious history of Celtic have achieved the exceptional feat of a domestic clean sweep of silverware – Jock Stein, Martin O’Neill and Brendan Rodgers...

International retirement would be no hardship

The largest impediment to Celtic building up a sustainable run of form is the incessant games players are faced with.

‘I’m Hugely Patriotic,’ Says Griff after Call-Off

LEIGH GRIFFITHS has insisted he is “hugely patriotic” after pulling out of the Scotland international squad to work on his fitness for Celtic.

History Bhoys: Jock Stein: Part One

ONLY three managers in the illustrious history of Celtic have achieved the exceptional feat of a domestic clean sweep of silverware – Jock Stein, Martin O’Neill and Brendan Rodgers...

In Pictures: St Johnstone 0 Celtic 6

JAMES FORREST led the Celtic goal parade in Perth with four excellent strikes in a mesmerising first-half as the champions walloped St Johnstone 6-0 in their most rollicking, impressive performance of the campaign.

Rogic, Benkovic, Simunovic

So what went right? Tom Rogic was back to his imposing best, using his frame to hold-off opponents, while delicately pinging balls into the box to create clear goal-scoring chances.

Euro Rivals Match Celtic

CELTIC’S Europa League Group B rivals RB Leipzig also went on the goal rampage at the weekend and hit their 10-man opponents for six.

Ex-Celt Insists There’s ‘No Chance’ Forrest Will Stay at Hoops

KRIS COMMONS insists James Forrest will QUIT Celtic – if the big-money English clubs come on the scene.

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Wsnbm Podcast Season 2 Episode 4

This week J.P & Paul discuss the games against St Johnstone, RB Salzburg, your first Celtic hero and the league cup ticketing situation...

Sportsound Podcast: 16 Oct 18

Breaking news as Neil McCann is sacked by Dundee plus Partick Thistle manager Gary Caldwell talks about his appointment...

View fixtures League table

1 Hearts 8 6 1 1 14 6 8 19
2 Hibernian 8 5 2 1 19 6 13 17
3 Celtic 8 5 1 2 13 4 9 16
4 Kilmarnock 8 5 1 2 13 7 6 16
5 Livingston 8 4 3 1 8 5 3 15
6 “Rangers” 8 4 2 2 18 8 10 14
7 Aberdeen 8 3 3 2 9 7 2 12
8 St Johnstone 8 2 2 4 7 18 -11 8
9 Hamilton Academical 8 2 0 6 6 16 -10 6
10 Motherwell 8 1 2 5 8 14 -6 5
11 St Mirren 8 1 1 6 4 17 -13 4
12 Dundee 8 1 0 7 5 16 -11 3

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