Saturday, 11 May 2013
Scottish Premier League
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It is perhaps fitting that this Saturday at 12.15 (7.15 ET, 4.15 PT) Celtic should be playing St Johnstone of all teams prior to receiving the trophy that is the just reward for a season’s long effort...
Cheeky Anthony Stokes has turned to twitter to snatch Celtic’s second goal in the 4-0 win over St Johnstone from Charlie Mulgrew. An excited home crowd saluted Mulgrew’s 36th minute free kick finding the net but after the final whistle Stokes sprung into...
The return of James Forrest and Scott Brown has given Celtic’s double bid a double boost. Both men have had injury interrupted season’s but played a big part in Celtic’s title party win over St Johnstone. Neil Lennon is unstinting in his praise for the...
It wouldn’t have been Scott Brown if the Celtic skipper had gently eased himself back into the Neil Lennon’s side yesterday against St Johnstone. The hoops skipper hadn’t played in three months but within two minutes he was racing down the right wing to...
NEIL LENNON’S men picked up the SPL trophy for a second successive season on Saturday after a convincing 4-0 win over St Johnstone, a game which sealed a 12th consecutive league win for the Bhoys here at Celtic Park...
Host Vincent treated a Tic Talk panel to “extra chocolate digestives” as they careered along a motorway of topics including > Reviewing the St.Johnstone game > Previewing the Dundee Utd and SC Final games > Chatting about the latest hot topics...
The problems of pre-contract agreements to sign players has again been highlighted as Ross County’s Richie Brittain waits to discover if he has suffered cruciate ligament damage to his knee. Brittain was stretchered off during County’s 2-0 defeat at Moth...
FOLLOWING Saturday’s convincing 4-0 victory over St Johnstone, and the presentation of the SPL trophy that followed, Anthony Stokes was keen to soak up the atmosphere at Celtic Park, as supporters and players celebrated the Club’s 44th Scottish League ti...
Continue reading “Celtic 4 St Johnstone 0: Rotation policy puts foes in spin” on Herald Scotland.
Celtic confirmed their status as Clydesdale Bank Premier League champions on the day they received the SPL trophy with a thumping 4-0 win over St Johnstone at Parkhead. The game was over almost before it had really started as midfielder Joe Ledley fire...
This was an occasion on which Celtic could reflect on and celebrate their Scottish Premier League campaign...
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