Tuesday, 2 October 2012
UEFA Champions League
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Gary Hooper netted twice as Celtic pulled off a tremendous late win in Moscow.
Spartak Moscow have been sending out mixed messages ahead of tonight’s Champions League clash with Celtic. After an impressive, put pointless, display against Barcelona coach Unai Emery realises that three pints tonight are essential for their qualific...
Celtic enjoyed their first ever away win in the Champions League with a thrilling 3-2 win over Spartak Moscow. Gary Hooper put the Celts in front but a double from Emmanuel Eminike gave the Russians the advantage but after Spartak were reduced to ten...
Neil Lennon hailed Gary Hooper as world class as the striker led Celtic to a stunning 3-2 win over Spartak Moscow. The former Scunthorpe man had the Russians terrified at every turn as Celtic clinched their first ever Champions League victory on foreign...
6.55pm Celtic Park Time, October 2nd 2012. French referee Tony Chapron blows his whistle for the final time in the Luzhniki Stadium, Moscow to signal the end of not just the match, but of the single biggest monkey that Celtic have been carrying on their b...
For a while he had been the whipping boy for the majority of Celtic fans, but after last night’s superb performance against Spartak Moscow in the Champions League are the fans starting to realise how good a player Scott Brown really is?
NEIL Lennon described himself as “probably the proudest man in Europe” after Celtic’s historic 3-2 Champions League Group G victory over Spartak Moscow at the Luzhniki Stadium...
After a pulsating encounter in Moscow it is fair to say that Celtic are flying high in the Champions League at the moment...
Celtic play cynical football based on shoving and provoking the opposition and will “fall apart” if Spartak Moscow can rise above their tricks in their Champions League clash on Tuesday, Hearts owner Vladimir Romanov told R-Sport on Monday...
Dermot Desmond says Celtic have yet to see Neil Lennon peak as a manager, despite a historic win in Moscow...
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