Wednesday, 26 December 2012
Scottish Premier League
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A Brief Look At What Really Happened On Boxing Day On Boxing Day, Celtic travelled to the fourth largest city in Scotland to take on newly promoted Dundee on their home ground, Dens Park, for the first time this season...
Pic: ActionplusA Dundee official has labelled trouble within Dens Park on Boxing Day as ‘serious disorder’ and that scenes were ‘a throwback to the 70s’, as Celtic fans fought among themselves inside the stadium’s concourse. Celtic secured all t...
Tony Watt returns to the Celtic side to face Dundee tonight. The teenage striker has been left on the bench in recent weeks but gets the chance tonight to re-establish his partnership with Gary Hooper. Watt replaces Lassad Nouioui in Neil Lennon’s sta...
CELTIC chief executive Peter Lawwell has apologised to staff at Dundee after trouble in the away end during their game at Dens Park on Boxing Day...
Celtic can move seven points clear of Inverness Caley Thistle if they win at Dundee tonight. Terry Butcher’s side drew 2-2 at home to St Mirren giving Neil Lennon’s men a great incentive to win at Dens Park. At the other end of the table a 1-0 win f...
Celtic 2-0 Dundee: Official TC Match Report Super Sammi and hero Hooper celebrate Dundee 0-2 Celtic Scottish Premier League Wednesday, 26 December, 2012 Dens Park Celtic moved seven points clear at the top of the SPL table after a convincing St Step...
A Celtic fan appears in court accused of singing pro-IRA songs at the side’s Boxing Day match with Dundee...
PETER LAWWELL, the Celtic chief executive, last night apologised to Dundee for conduct from a section of the club’s supporters during the Boxing Day match at Dens Park which was dubbed “a throwback to the 1970s”...
NEIL LENNON saluted three pieces of top-class skill from his players and defended Kelvin Wilson against an accusation of elbowing an opponent as Celtic defeated Dundee 2-0 to stretch seven points clear at the top of the Clydesdale Bank Premier League last...
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