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Owen Goulding goes through five runners who will line-up in this year’s Becher Chase, who could have aspirations for winning the big-race in April...
Yesterday Celtic won their 13th successive match at Hampden, lifted their 10th successive trophy and put down the first instalment on the Quadreble...
Having a viewpoint results in incredible online abuse for Sutton, on-air he lives with the jibes from Robbie Savage, Ally McCoist and Alex Rae with ease...
MANCHESTER UTD legend Rio Ferdinand was in the Celtic end at Hampden on Sunday to watch the bhoys win their tenth consecutive trophy in a row.
Clearly overlooked by the BBC man was the eight fouls given against Alfredo Morelos which failed to merit even a yellow card from Willie Collum...
Ferdinand joined Chris Sutton early in the day in the BT Sport studio and had mixed loyalties...
“I can’t ask any more from my players” Gerrard’s Rangers dominated the game but fell short to Celtic
Rangers manager Steven Gerrard was proud of his players’ overall performance against Celtic, although bemoaned some poor defending that led to Celtic’s winner.
Willie Collum flashed a red card, Frimpong trudged off but behind him Fraser Forster saved the penalty- and everything else- as Celtic clung on to lift the trophy...
CELTIC FANS at Hampden watched a below-par Celtic performance but they, like the rest of us, don’t care one jot!
The only outstanding question was his inability to score against Celtic over the course of three seasons...
The record books will highlight Chris Jullien as the match-winner but the Frenchman will be among the first to admit that the match will be recalled as the Big Fraz Final...
Celtic fans will love seeing the moment Neil Lennon told his players they have Monday off.
The red card could still have a huge impact on this game, but saving the penalty could be massive for Celtic...
Celtic boss Neil Lennon was disappointed with his side’s performance in the Betfred Cup final against Rangers, but was overjoyed to pick up yet another trophy.
SANDMAN’S DEFINITIVE RATINGS: CELTIC v THE FIRST ORDER: SCHADENFREUDE SUNDAY SPECIAL “The First Order emerged from the remnants of the Galactic Empire after the Empire fell at the end of the Galactic Civil War, around 2012.
CELTIC made it Ten in a Row at Hampden this afternoon and in doing so completed the first leg of the quadruple treble...
This was starting to look worrying for a while, Celtic were really struggling to get into the game and it looked like the first goal could be crucial in this game...
“I can’t describe the moment. I knew when it went in that there was a lot of time left in the game.
The on-loan Southampton keeper put in an outstanding 90 minutes as he defied the Ibrox men time and time again, leaving star striker Alfredo Morelos heart-broken at the final whistle...
🗣️ Neil Lennon: “I’m thrilled. I’m really proud.
A heroic performance from Fraser Forster ensures that Christopher Jullien’s goal is enough to secure Celtic their 10th trophy in a row.
Lennon’s side held their nerve after Frimpong dismissal to beat their bitter rivals to the first silverware of the season...
Fearing the presence of Chris Jullien and Kris Ajer the Swedish defender stepped back from the line of defenders as Ryan Christie curled his free kick into the penalty area...
The players had looked off the pace for 90 minutes but what they lacked in skill they made up for in heart as they dug in to win a 10th successive domestic trophy...
Sportsound Podcast : 08 Dec 19. Reaction to Celtic’s dramatic League Cup victory. Their 10th consecutive trophy.
The Sportsound team at Hampden discuss Celtic’s extraordinary League Cup Final win over a dominant Rangers side, making it 10 consecutive trophies...
Welcome to the latest episode of 20 Minute Tims Another official BUMPER this week, as we’re discussing; *Clinching top spot in the Europa League group with a game to spare with an enjoyable win over Rennes *A routine win over Ross County away that kept the winning run going into a busy December *A look ahead to the cup final at Hampden vs The Huns *Mikey Johnston *Kris Boyd All this and much more on TMT#199 You can help support the production of these podcasts, as well as gaining access to over 170 extra...
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Hampden Park Glasgow
League Cup Final
15:00 8 December 2019
Dr. Constantin Rădulescu Stadium Cluj-Napoca, Romania
UEFA Europa League
17:55 12 December 2019