Saturday, 21 January 2012
Scottish Premier League
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Early goals from Coatbridge bhoys Tony Watt and John Herron secured a 2-1 win for Celtic over St Mirren. The buddies pulled a goal back just before half time with a shot that deflected past Robbie Thomson but were unable to deny their visitors full points...
Forrest made his return from injury to score in the 2-0 win over St Mirren at the weekend, and his focus remains on securing the Scottish Premier League title for the Hoops...
Celtic boss Neil Lennon praises ‘sensational’ captain Scott Brown for rising to pre-match challenge of scoring against St Mirren
The 40-year-old was happy with his side’s performance and aimed praise at a number of individual players including Fraser Forster and in-demand striker Gary Hooper...
HE led his team to victory against St Mirren with a Man of the Match performance, and secured the three points with a delightful top-corner strike, but it’s not just leadership qualities Scott Brown brings to the Celtic squad...
CELTIC Under-19s’ victory over St Mirren came courtesy of goals from Tony Watt and John Herron as the Hoops began the league match in blistering style, netting twice in the early stages of the game...
On a horrendous January afternoon, Celtic eventually broke down a resolute and prickly St Mirren...
St Mirren manager Danny Lennon will be delighted should the Celtic support single out new signing Dougie Imrie for abuse...
Goals from James Forrest and Scott Brown gave Celtic a 2-0 victory over St Mirren which extended their winning run in the Clydesdale Bank Premier League to 12 games and took them five points clear of chasing Rangers at the top of the table...
Celtic manager Neil Lennon speaks to BBC Scotland’s Chris McLaughlin after the 2-0 win in the SPL match at St Mirren Park...
The Buddies’ boss does not beleive that his team have got the points that the performances have merited, and hopes to rectify that by beating Celtic...
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