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“We’ve found some great form in the last few weeks,” Brendan Rodgers

BRENDAN RODGERS spoke about the competitive nature of the Scottish Premiership this season and he’s loving every minute of it.

The Celtic Star · Nov 19

Jim Craig – Fightback! Celtic’s 5-4 victory continues the charge for the title

For those fans fortunate enough to follow Celtic through their ‘Annus Mirabilis’ of 1966/67, there is one league match that always features in their memories.

The Celtic Star · Nov 19
The Celtic Star · Nov 18

It’s Bobby Lennox Day! The men who gave us The Celtic Star

The men who put the star above the crest The history of Celtic is littered with the great From Patsy through to Henrik, we’ve watched them celebrate But in our hearts there is a team, standing out above the rest The eleven Lions of Lisbon, who put the star above the crest...

The Celtic Star · Nov 18
The Celtic Star · Nov 18

A night of glory in Amsterdam – Celtic’s season 1982/83 (Part 3)

For the third consecutive calendar year, European royalty visited Celtic Park in the Champions Cup.

The Celtic Star · Nov 18
The Celtic Star · Nov 18

‘Room 107! A wee story about Bobby Lennox on his big day,’ Cairney

This is a big day in the life of Bobby Lennox, as a statue of him in action is being unveiled in his home town of Saltcoats.

The Celtic Star · Nov 18
The Celtic Star · Nov 18

Jim Craig – Ronnie Simpson’s Celtic debut, in the Camp Nou

Having reached the semi-final stage of the Cup-Winners’ Cup in season 1963/64, Celtic went into the Fairs Cities Cup of the following season with fans’ hopes really high.

The Celtic Star · Nov 18
The Celtic Star · Nov 17

Brexit balls-up blamed on Livi’s pitch, reckons Gary Holt

FORMER Celtic midfielder Gary Holt has hit back at Alex McLeish who yesterday pointed the finger at the Livingston plastic pitch as the reason why Celtic defender Keiran Tierney had to withdraw from the Scotland squad for the crucial games against Albania this evening and Israel on Tuesday night...

The Celtic Star · Nov 17
The Celtic Star · Nov 17

‘A great year for Celtic and their long suffering supporters,’ David Potter

Neither Celtic nor Hearts played on Saturday 10 April 1954, but Rangers did in the Scottish Cup semi-final and managed to lose 0-6 to Aberdeen, in what seemed like a protest by the players at the aged and increasingly tyrannical Bill Struth...

The Celtic Star · Nov 17
The Celtic Star · Nov 17

Oh Hampden in the rain…the end of an eight-year hoodoo – Celtic’s season 1982/83 (Part 2)

With the pre-season tours to the USA, Germany and the Netherlands complete, the Celtic team were primed for their attempt to land a third successive title...

The Celtic Star · Nov 17
The Celtic Star · Nov 17

Astroturf pitches? “The Celtic guys came with a bit of tightness,” Scotland boss

SCOTLAND manager Alex McLeish pointed the finger at the plastic pitch at Livingston for the reason why Celtic defender Kieran Tierney has been declared unfit for the two must win matches against Albania later today and Israel on Tuesday night...

The Celtic Star · Nov 17
The Celtic Star · Nov 17

Jim Craig – Six goals for Dixie Deans as Jimmy McGrory watched

The record for the highest-ever goals tally in one game by a Celtic player belongs to Jimmy McGrory, who scored 8 when Celtic beat Dunfermline Athletic 9-0 at a rain-swept Parkhead on 14 January 1928...

The Celtic Star · Nov 17
The Celtic Star · Nov 16

‘Three fractures, titanium plates put in’ but Ajer could be back next month

KRISTOFFER AJER has given Brendan Rodgers a boost ahead of the busiest period in the season with the news that he could be back playing in just 4 weeks.

The Celtic Star · Nov 16
The Celtic Star · Nov 16

Can Celtic make an impact in the Europa League?

Although the Scottish Premiership is on course to become a little bit more competitive this year, the fact remains that the Hoops have won the last 7 Scottish domestic league titles and the likelihood is that Celtic will go through the gears and move away from the pack of teams that have gathered at the...

The Celtic Star · Nov 16
The Celtic Star · Nov 16

“There in the midst o’ a’ his glory, goal a minute, James McGrory”

It’s the climax to the 1935-36 season and David Potter picks up the story as Celtic strive for their first title win since 1926 CELITC HOW THE LEAGUE WAS WON 49 TIMES Celtic did indeed win all their remaining games, some of them with a bit of bother – narrow 3-2 wins at Queen’s Park...

The Celtic Star · Nov 16
The Celtic Star · Nov 16

It’s Sir Kenny of the Kop and of the Celtic

CELTIC and Liverpool legend Kenny Dalglish – know as King Kenny to supporters of both clubs – is now officially Sir Kenny after being knighted at Buckingham Palace today by the Heir to the British Throne, Prince Charles...

The Celtic Star · Nov 16
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TeamPWDLFAGDPts
1 Celtic 12 8 2 2 27 6 21 26
2 Hearts 13 8 2 3 19 13 6 26
3 “Rangers” 12 7 3 2 32 11 21 24
4 Kilmarnock 13 7 3 3 19 12 7 24
5 St Johnstone 13 7 2 4 16 18 -2 23
6 Aberdeen 12 6 3 3 16 10 6 21
7 Livingston 12 5 4 3 12 7 5 19
8 Hibernian 12 5 3 4 21 12 9 18
9 Motherwell 12 3 2 7 12 22 -10 11
10 Hamilton Academical 13 3 1 9 9 28 -19 10
11 St Mirren 13 1 2 10 6 26 -20 5
12 Dundee 13 1 1 11 6 30 -24 4

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