Saturday, 15 December 2012
Scottish Premier League
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Neil Lennon has spoken out about being denied two penalties in Celtic’s 2-0 win over St Mirren. Calum Murray replaced Alan Muir and never looked as if he had control of the match. Gary Hooper was pushed off the ball in an early incident with Lennon pa...
Celtic’s three year unbeaten away record in youth football ended tonight in a 3-2 defeat at St Mirren. Denny Johnstone and Bahrudin Atajic scored for the visitors but some sloppy defending allowed Thomas Reilly and substitutes Kieran Doran and Jack Smit...
Neil Lennon wants his players to rediscover the goal trail. Celtic enjoyed almost embarrassing levels of possession in the 2-0 win over St Mirren but the points weren’t secured until Gary Hooper netted in the 83rd minute that the points were secured...
The midfielder and striker got the goals to help the league leaders get back to winning ways at Celtic Park with a comfortable victory against the relegation threatened Buddies...
SPL Round 18 Results: Dundee United & Inverness CT are involved in an eight goal thriller as Motherwell claim second spot after coming from two behind at Hibernian
Celtic extend their lead at the top defeating St Mirren, while Dundee close the gap at the bottom with a point at Ross County and St Johnstone and Hearts share the spoils in Perth...
Celts Comfortable in Saints Win Official TC Match Report Victor Wanyama applies the finish for the Hoops’ opener 2 – 0 Saturday, 15 December 2012 Scottish Premier League Celtic Park The Bhoys stay top of the SPL table after yesterday’s 2-0 victory...
It’s like Martin O’Neills Celtic But Cheaper Lets forget about the three points and celebrating (or just being thankful) that we ended our dreadful 4 domestic home games without win run by comfortable beating a timorous St Mirren side...
Celtic were on the driving seat during the whole match as St Mirren barely threated Forster.
Forward’s strike ensures Celtic beat a timid St Mirren and increase their lead at the top of the SPL...
Whichever way you turned at Celtic Park on Saturday, a case could be made for ”lies, damned lies and statistics.”...
Goals from Victor Wanyama and Gary Hooper either side of the break gave Celtic a 2-0 SPL home win over St Mirren on Saturday...
Continue reading “Celtic 2 St Mirren 0: Twenty-two and counting as men from Paisley continue to toil” on Herald Scotland.
Celtic extended their lead atop the Scottish Premier League with a 2-0 home win against St Mirren on Saturday, as Inverness agonisingly failed to complete a remarkable comeback in a 4-4 draw with Dundee United...
Goals from Victor Wanyama and Gary Hooper either side of the break gave Celtic a comfortable win over St Mirren in their Clydesdale Bank Premier League clash at Parkhead...
Having done much to break down St Mirren with his unerring delivery from corners, Celtic’s Charlie Mulgrew turned his sights to Thursday’s Champions League draw and announced that he would like to face Manchester United in the last 16...
Relaxed as you like, Celtic took care of St Mirren as if they weren’t there, scoring twice, which happened to be about a third of the tally they could have had had they been more precise in their finishing...
WAS it possible through the dull haze of a Glasgow winter to see Tony Robinson marshalling his Time Team to find evidence of Celtic’s last league triumph on the Parkhead turf?
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