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CELTIC said the official goodbyes on the official website today with both manager Neil Lennon – who stated publicly that he wanted the Swedish defender to stay at the club – and Chief Executive Peter Lawwell both commenting...
IT is often a mistake made by football historians that war football was not important...
FRESH off another successful season, Neil Lennon’s men look forward to another year where they’ll lock horns with the Rangers, as they look to win their ninth title in a row...
JOHN KENNEDY faced the media yesterday and as always spoke very well, even if he didn’t have too much to say that will re-assure an increasingly concerned support...
NEIL LENNON identified David Turnbull as his first signing target as Celtic manager, the second time around...
SOME Celtic supporter reactions from the Celtic Noise forum regarding the news that broke last night regarding Mikael Lustig leaving Celtic “Just read Mika on leaving Celtic.
MIKAEL LUSTIG has confirmed that his time as a Celtic player is at an end in an emotional post on Instagram this evening...
So we’ve all been played apparently but before we move on I’d like to have the last word if no-one minds too much.
WE have been played. From Peter Lawwell, through to the Celtic fans media, the supporters on social media and the guys talking about football in the workplace and the in pubs, we’ve all been had.
KIERAN TIERNEY reported back at Lennoxtown yesterday and having had his double hernia operation just after the Scottish Cup Final, is anticipating a less frustrating season on a personal level...
AT first glance, season 1963/64 was another dreadful season for Celtic, and there is no real point in denying that.
CELTIC legend Martin O’Neill has spoken about being shocked to learn that Neil Lennon was being criticised and was not a popular choice among sections of the Celtic support to replace Brendan Rodgers as permanent Celtic manager...
First couple of weeks in June nothing happens football wise.
PEDANTS will probably argue correctly that Celtic were technically founded in 1887, 6 November to be precise, but as Celtic did not play a game until 28 May 1888, those who say 1888 have a point as well...
CELTIC face THREE European Draws this week as explained by Moravcik67 this evening on Twitter.
FRANKLY, we had given up all pretence that we were interested in the football.
THEY say that a week is a long time in politics and that’s also the case in football...
SANDMAN’S GRAPHICALLY EXPLICIT REVIEW OF THE SEASON 2018/19 are here and are certainly worth the wait!
IT was an incredible thought that since the Empire Exhibition Trophy of 1938, Celtic had won nothing at all other than the odd Glasgow Cup or Glasgow Charity Cup...
AFTER 69 games Callum McGregor’s season ended on Tuesday night in Brussels as Scotland went down 3-0 to a Belgium side ranked as the best in the world...
Whistle blown on Scotland’s Shame – ‘Sectarian, discriminatory and homophobic’ posts aimed at Neil Lennon
THE whistle has been blown on Scotland’s Shame as a referee has been prevented by the Scottish FA of progressing to handle matches involving Celtic or the Rangers after his shameful sectarian social media posts relating to Neil Lennon were revealed.
David Turnbull has an agent who reckons that he can wheel and deal a better deal for his player in England than he’s been offered today by Scotland’s dominant force Celtic.
1998 was actually, if we are to be honest with ourselves, not a vintage season...
CELTIC are interested in signing the Toulouse central defender Christopher Jullien as the direct replacement for Dedryck Boyata who left the club last month to sign for Hertha Berlin on a free transfer...
Yesterday Celtic had a bid for Motherwell’s goalscoring midfielder David Turnbull accepted by the Fir Park side who agreed with Celtic that they would release a short statement to inform their support of the reasons why they had reached the agreement with the Scottish Champions...
A Jags supporting friend sent me a photo of this strip which was worn by a Glasgow Select in 1977 and asked me what I knew about it.
AS expected David Turnbull is heading to Celtic as Neil Lennon wastes no time in starting the re-building job in The Celtic squad that he promised to undertake when he was appointed as the club’s permanent manager on 25 May...
CALLUM McGREGOR and James Forrest finally brought their 2018-19 season to a close last night in Scotland’s unsurprising 3-0 defeat in Brussels against a Belgium side ranked as the best in the world...
A Celtic State of Mind was named as the UK’s Best Football Podcast at the prestigious 2018 Football Blogging Awards.
Daniel is joined by Jonny for the first episode of the 2019/20 season.
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