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ARCSC · Sep 6, 2018

The Glasgow Echo

A Celtic State Of Mind Podcast is proud to announce their first ever live podcast event at the launch night for Into Creative, which will become their podcast host in the very near future.

ARCSC · Sep 6, 2018
ARCSC · Sep 5, 2018

Paul Cuddihy with A Celtic State of Mind (Part 2/2)

A Celtic State of Mind was recently named as the UK’s Best Football Podcast at the prestigious 2018 Football Blogging Awards.

ARCSC · Sep 5, 2018
ARCSC · Sep 5, 2018

Statement On The Janefield Street Policing

Representatives of all the main Celtic supporters organisations met tonight with representatives of the club to discuss the events of Sunday.

ARCSC · Sep 5, 2018
ARCSC · Aug 27, 2018

Paul Cuddihy with A Celtic State of Mind (Part 1/2)

A Celtic State of Mind was recently named as the UK’s Best Football Podcast at the prestigious 2018 Football Blogging Awards.

ARCSC · Aug 27, 2018
ARCSC · Aug 21, 2018

Bobby Petta With A Celtic State Of Mind

A Celtic State of Mind was recently named as the UK’s Best Football Podcast at the prestigious 2018 Football Blogging Awards.

ARCSC · Aug 21, 2018
ARCSC · Aug 13, 2018

Save Our Celts’, Jim Orr With A Celtic State Of Mind

A Celtic State of Mind was recently named as the UK’s Best Football Podcast at the prestigious 2018 Football Blogging Awards...

ARCSC · Aug 13, 2018
ARCSC · Mar 9, 2018

No Banners to sadden their eyes!

RANGERS have formally requested that Celtic fans do NOT hang banners over the front of the top tier of the Broomloan Stand on Sunday afternoon...

ARCSC · Mar 9, 2018
ARCSC · Mar 7, 2018

Celtic empty Ibrox! “Sinn Fein Abu”, “Cassidy 2 Black and Tans 0” & “Patsy Gallacher, the King of Ireland”

THE CELTIC STAR website yesterday evening published this very interesting historical feature on a memorable Celtic win at Ibrox...

ARCSC · Mar 7, 2018
ARCSC · Mar 6, 2018

‘At 17, I naively thought Celtic meant bad, Rangers meant good,’ Collymore

IT IS IBROX on Sunday for Celtic as Brendan Rodgers looks to increase his winning streak there to four from four...

ARCSC · Mar 6, 2018
ARCSC · Mar 5, 2018

The actor Simon Weir on The Celtic Star Podcast: A Celtic State of Mind

The Celtic Star Podcast: A Celtic State of Mind presents its latest instalment of insightful discussion around the culture of Celtic Football Club, the city of Glasgow, and fans of the reigning treble-winning Scottish champions...

ARCSC · Mar 5, 2018
ARCSC · Mar 3, 2018

The Celtic Star: today’s team news, Compper to start, Roberts is ready

MARVIN COMPPER will start for Celtic in today’s Scottish Cup semi-final against Morton at Celtic Park, reports The Celtic Star this morning...

ARCSC · Mar 3, 2018
ARCSC · Feb 28, 2018

‘Where has it fled, the visionary gleam? Where is it now the glory and the dream?’ – The Celtic Star talks to Tom Campbell

The Glory & the Dream – the 38,000-selling unofficial history of Celtic club – was co-written by Tom Campbell and Pat Woods, and it is perhaps the finest book ever written on Celtic Football Club...

ARCSC · Feb 28, 2018
ARCSC · Feb 26, 2018

Eight great trending Celtic stories today on The Celtic Star

THE CELTIC STAR is the new website for Celtic supporters that aims to provide the online Celtic family with the most comprehensive, highest quality news and features on a daily basis...

ARCSC · Feb 26, 2018
ARCSC · Feb 26, 2018

The Celtic Star Podcast with David Low, ‘The Rebels Won’ then discovered Celtic’s shares in RANGERS

DAVID LOW, who played a crucial role in the struggle against the Old Board and helped Fergus McCann gain control of Celtic and transform the club from top to bottom, is the special guest on The Celtic Star Podcast, A Celtic State of Mind, this week...

ARCSC · Feb 26, 2018
ARCSC · Feb 25, 2018

The Celtic Star’s Player Ratings v Aberdeen: Days Championships Are Won

The Celtic Star is the place to go for all match previews, reviews and daily news...

ARCSC · Feb 25, 2018
ARCSC · Feb 25, 2018

Aberdeen v Celtic match preview from The Celtic Star

Pressure on the gaffer: Football can give you pleasure and it can also bemuse...

ARCSC · Feb 25, 2018
ARCSC · Feb 24, 2018

‘So there’s been no breakdown in Rogic contract negotiations after all!’ reports The Celtic Star

TOM ROGIC has not rejected a new contract from Celtic as far as Brendan Rodgers is aware anyway, The Celtic Star reported late last night...

ARCSC · Feb 24, 2018
ARCSC · Feb 20, 2018

Introducing TheCelticStar.com – a new website completely ‘obsessed with Celtic’

THE CELTIC STAR is an exciting new addition to the Celtic support’s online experience...

ARCSC · Feb 20, 2018
ARCSC · Feb 6, 2018

David Potter’s Reflections: “A bad show, all round! “

To a point, but only to a point, we can blame injuries and Kilmarnock’s artificial pitch for this defeat, but the fact was that this was a very poor Celtic performance, more or less totally unrecognisable from the game against Hearts on Tuesday night in which we had done so well...

ARCSC · Feb 6, 2018
ARCSC · Jan 31, 2018

David Potter’s Reflections: “We WANTED to play”

The key difference between this game and some recent games is that we WANTED to play...

ARCSC · Jan 31, 2018
ARCSC · Jan 21, 2018

David Potters Reflections: A pleasant re-introduction

A pleasant re-introduction after the Scottish Premiership’s winter holiday...

ARCSC · Jan 21, 2018
ARCSC · Dec 31, 2017

David Potters Reflections: “bottom line is that Celtic remain eight points ahead of Aberdeen, and eleven ahead of Rangers”

CELTIC 0 RANGERS 0 The boos at the end of this game from some Celtic supporters (but only “some”) were surely unwarranted...

ARCSC · Dec 31, 2017
ARCSC · Dec 22, 2017

David Potter’s Reflections: “The victory was a somewhat pedestrian one”

It was Partick Thistle, last night, wasn’t it? The PA announcer thought it was Kilmarnock, at one point!

ARCSC · Dec 22, 2017
ARCSC · Dec 15, 2017

David Potter’s Reflections: “we won the three points, and in spite of distressing events at Easter Road and McDiarmid Park”

Good and bad in this game, I thought, but the main thing is that we won the three points, and in spite of distressing events at Easter Road and McDiarmid Park, we remain 5 points ahead with a game in hand...

ARCSC · Dec 15, 2017
ARCSC · Dec 9, 2017

David Potter’s Reflections: “it hurts to write about one that was, frankly, poor”

After so many good performances, it hurts to write about one that was, frankly, poor...

ARCSC · Dec 9, 2017
ARCSC · Dec 1, 2017

David Potter’s Reflections: “It was a clear push, and credit to Mr Collum,”

Not in all honesty, our best performance of the season, but it does preserve our unbeaten record in what was a hard fought game that was always likely to have a touch of “dig” about it...

ARCSC · Dec 1, 2017
ARCSC · Nov 28, 2017

David Potter’s Reflections: “Once again, we are triumphant”

Once again, we are triumphant, and once again we celebrate silverware with green and white ribbons on it...

ARCSC · Nov 28, 2017
ARCSC · Nov 20, 2017

David Potter’s Reflections: “Leigh Griffiths delivered that special free kick”

Not in all honesty the best game of football that I have ever seen in my life, but that takes us up to 64 and counting...

ARCSC · Nov 20, 2017
ARCSC · Nov 6, 2017

David Potter’s Reflections: “Willie Maley’s ghost will be at all unhappy”

I don’t think that Willie Maley’s ghost will be at all unhappy these days in that other Paradise...

ARCSC · Nov 6, 2017
ARCSC · Nov 1, 2017

David Potter’s Reflections: “A defeat, yes, but at long last our self respect”

A defeat, yes, but at long last our self respect. Our fans will forgive losing to one of the best teams in the world (as Bayern undoubtedly are) as long as we compete...

ARCSC · Nov 1, 2017
ARCSC · Oct 29, 2017

David Potter’s Reflections: “we did not, for good reason or bad, field our best team”

I was delighted to see the players being clapped off the field for reaching 62 unbeaten Scottish games in a row, but no-one will say that this was one of our better performances...

ARCSC · Oct 29, 2017
ARCSC · Oct 26, 2017

David Potter’s Reflections: “You would have thought that Celtic were playing a Division 2 side”

The one-sided nature of this game amazed me. I always thought that Celtic were better, but on the other hand, Aberdeen were not all that bad and was even reconciling myself to the thought that maybe a reverse tonight might not be the end of the world...

ARCSC · Oct 26, 2017
ARCSC · Oct 21, 2017

David Potter’s Reflections: “we deserve to be in the League Cup final”

It wasn’t the greatest performance of the season, but it was a competent win...

ARCSC · Oct 21, 2017
ARCSC · Oct 18, 2017

David Potter’s Reflections: “This, frankly, was awful”

I don’t suppose very many of us expected to win tonight, but it would not be too far away from the mark to say that we expected a far better performance that what we got...

ARCSC · Oct 18, 2017
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ByTheMinCeltic Podcast #126

A special mid-season podcast. Remy McSwain and Lawrence Donegan joined by Paul Thomson to answer listeners’ questions.

90 Minute Cynic · Jan 15

The One With The Transfer Committee

Welcome to the 90 Minute Cynic Podcast (@90minutecynic) with host Chris Gallagher joined by a panel of Chris Boud, Louis McCaffrey and Christian Wulff. We chat about a lot of different things in this episode and touch on: ✍️Stephen McManus 🇫🇷 Ntcham 🐏 McKenna 🗒️Transfer Committee Experience The Transfer Committee Paperwork link is available via Twitter and on Facebook. Follow us on Twitter: @90MinuteCynic Facebook.com/90minutecynic...

90 Minute Cynic · Jan 15
Half Hour Hoops · Jan 15

HHH #55 Half Term Report Part 2

Peter and Stephen are back with a bumper episode. We go thru the players and ask who deserves pass marks or who needs to leave as we rebuild the squad.

Half Hour Hoops · Jan 15

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TeamPWDLFAGDPts
1 Celtic 20 13 3 4 46 14 32 42
2 “Rangers” 21 12 6 3 43 16 27 42
3 Kilmarnock 21 12 5 4 32 20 12 41
4 Aberdeen 21 12 3 6 34 24 10 39
5 Hearts 21 11 3 7 26 26 0 36
6 St Johnstone 20 10 4 6 25 24 1 34
7 Livingston 21 8 6 7 26 19 7 30
8 Hibernian 21 7 8 6 30 22 8 29
9 Motherwell 21 6 3 12 20 33 -13 21
10 Hamilton Academical 21 4 2 15 14 43 -29 14
11 St Mirren 21 3 3 15 15 39 -24 12
12 Dundee 21 2 4 15 15 46 -31 10

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