13th January 1969 The headline and comment in one of Monday’s dailies was right on the button – That Celtic Gold -Mine! ‘This was a triumph of teamwork by a Celtic side confident in their own ability and that of their colleagues’. Over in Italy, our European Cup opponents A.C
JOHN HARTSON has slammed anyone who throws coins at players at a football game but the former Celtic man believes Kris Boyd’s comments after the game about Celtic fans came from a bitter place with the player smarting after Celtic’s late win...
I’ve read a few times over the last year or so that Stevie Clarke will be the next Celtic Manager if and when Brendan decides to go, which hopefully is a few years away yet...
Many Celtic fans have been pointing out the dramatic change in Timothy Weah since he moved to Glasgow just last month.
One theme I return to over and over again on this site is the one about how our ex-players seem to think giving us as hard a time as they can is the way to build careers in the media.
After the game, much was made of Timo Weah seemingly goading some of the Kilmarnock players at full time with the American getting booked for it...
CELTIC FANS aren’t known as a patient bunch, but this has to be a new record for writing off a player.
Timothy Weah has explained his reactions at the end of Celtic’s 1-0 win over Kilmarnock.
CELTIC supporters arriving back from Kilmarnock on the train last night were still buzzing as they celebrated the win at Rugby Park and any Zombies in the station would have been sick to the stomach watching what happened next Celtic fans at Central Station in Glasgow @sportbible pic.twitter.com/asKiKRSYmn — CityzenBlue (@CityzenBlu) February 17, 2019 And...
The selective issuing of yellow cards for celebrating a goal is something that infuriates Celtic supporters, two weeks ago James Forrest picked up one while Timo Weah didn’t for virtually identical celebrations away to St Johnstone...
Kris had a little pop about Celtic fans being the “so-called best in the world” but I just think a little bit of that comes down to the fact he played for Rangers, he is a Rangers fan...
Kris Boyd hits out at Celtic fans after he is struck by a coin and subjected to what the Kilmarnock striker considers sectarian abuse...
With St Johnstone visiting Ibrox, St Mirren visiting Pittodrie and Celtic off to Rugby Park, this was an unlikely week for the champions to extend their lead over all three in the chasing pack...
STEVE CLARKE has hit out at Celtic for their celebrations yesterday insisting they were a little ‘over the top’ after his side conceded a very late goal against the Scottish Champions.
CELTIC left it late at Kilmarnock but what a way to go eight points clear at the top of the SPFL.
‘We’re led to believe their the greatest fans in the world,’ said the former Rangers man after yesterday’s defeat to the Hoops...
Hayes was the Man of the Match for many Celtic fans as he covered his defensive duties efficiently and pushed forward to support Scott Sinclair at all times...
Celtic are waiting to learn their fate regarding a potential fine following the behaviour of supporters at Rugby Park.
Vakoun Issouf Bayo has called on his Celtic team-mates to teach him the club’s celebration dance.
Kilmarnock striker Kris Boyd blasts Celtic fans after being hit by missile and for ‘sectarian’ abuse
Kilmarnock striker Kris Boyd criticised Celtic fans and warned someone could be seriously injured after he was struck with a coin during his side’s late defeat by the Scottish champions on Sunday...
IT’S safe to say Celtic fans had a great time at Rugby Park after watching 90 minutes of frustrating football before Scott Brown scored in the dying minutes to put the bhoys 8 points clear in the ‘title race’...
Kilmarnock’s Kris Boyd hits out at the Celtic fan who struck him with a coin as Wes Foderingham considers leaving Rangers this summer...
UNREPENTANT TIMO WEAH took to his Instagram account to continue his argument with Kilmarnock’s Trash Talkers who targeted the 18 year old from the moment he was introduced as a substitute as Celtic looked for a winner at Rugby Park...
IF the 90 minutes of regulation time today was nothing to write home about, that all changed in stoppage time as Celtic captain Scott Brown scored a remarkable winner, jumped into the crowd, started a min pitch invasion at BOTH ends of the ground and then got a second yellow card of the afternoon...
The Cavan native has represented Ireland at U17 and U19 level, spending the last two seasons with Bohemians...
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