I just had to follow what I was feeling in my heart.
BRENDAN RODGERS has given Celtic fans somewhat of a boost after The Bhoys woeful performance in Edinburgh on Sunday afternoon.
With four matches to go before the winter break Celtic are behind a club that struggles to attract 5,000 of their own fans to home matches and a tribute act that has been a laughing stock for six years...
I reckon that it is a rare enough event that Celtic have lost two games on the bounce under Brendan Rodgers.
BRENDAN Rodgers was naturally disappointed with both the performance and result at Easter Road as his Celtic side, on the back of qualifying for the last 32 of the Europa League on Thursday night, lost 2-0 to Hibernian...
Most Celtic fans will be in agreement there are not many positives to take from their 2-0 defeat to Hibernian on Sunday afternoon.
Craig Gordon refused to blame European exertions for domestic despair following Celtic’s 2-0 defeat at Hibernian on Sunday...
In midweek an absolutely inept display was salvaged by events elsewhere.
A day is a long time in Scottish football and today was no different...
Celtic fans have reacted in fury at the sight of hundreds, if not thousands, of empty seats at Easter Road today, as Rob Petrie’s latest decision saw our allocation reduced to a handful.
If you’re a superstitious person or even followed football since the 90s, you will know there is a certain amount of stock in omens in our game.
Tony Haggerty took your calls as Hoops supporters were left livid after a much-changed side slipped to defeat against Hibs...
Celtic manager Brendan Rodgers has taken the blame for his side’s defeat at Easter Road this afternoon, after deciding to switch to an unexpected back-three in the capital...
Craig Gordon admitted that Celtic’s players are fully aware they will be axed if they don’t raise their performance levels, with Brendan Rodgers looking to revamp his squad in January...
More thrills and spills in the top flight over the weekend – here’s 5 of the biggest talkers...
Rodgers refused to use the tough Europa League shift against Salzburg on Thursday as an excuse for his side’s dismal defeat to Hibs...
CELTIC manager Brendan Rodgers has named a changed side from the one which lost to Salzburg on Thursday night.
Brendan Rodgers acknowledged the need to replenish his striking options in January after Celtic ended the 2-0 defeat by Hibernian at Easter Road without a recognised centre-forward on the pitch...
BRENDAN RODGERS watched Celtic collapse to a 2-0 loss to battling Hibs at Easter Road this afternoon – and accepted the blame for the loss of three points...
Celtic’s supporter liaison officer sent a pointed message aimed at Hibs over the ticket allocation for the game between the sides...
Celtic continued their poor away form this season as they slumped to a 2-0 defeat in Leith after a goal from Vykintas Silka seconds into the game and a second.
The Europa League group stage proved to be a walk in the park for Arsenal and Chelsea and they will be joined by Celtic too as the trio of British sides sealed a spot in the round-of-32...
Celtic “expect to be better” when they make changes to the team, says Brendan Rodgers after the defeat by Hibernian...
Before kick off today Rodgers explained the injury situation to Radio Scotland: “Mikael picked up a knock and we’ll check on him for the midweek game, Kieran has had a hip issue which was feeling sore after the other night...
No excuses are possible for this performance, I’m afraid.
You cannot have watched our lamentable performance today, our complete lack of a creative spark, and doubt that Leigh Griffiths’ personal problems have given the manager an additional headache he really didn’t need...
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Easter Road Edinburgh
12:30 16 December 2018
Celtic Park Glasgow
19:45 19 December 2018