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Sound Thrashings 1978 Celtic 7-1 Dundee

Tommy Gemmell was already a football legend when he brought his Dundee team to Celtic Park for a Scottish Cup tie in February 1978.

The Sad Story of Jim Casey

In the mid 1970’s Celtic boasted a number of highly promising youth players at the club.

You Reap What You Sow

This time last year, during the peak of Brendan and the club briefing against each other in the press, I read a comment from an online poster criticising Peter Lawwell’s management of the relationship with the manager...

Sound Thrashings 1999 Aberdeen 0-6 Celtic

In mid-December 1999, as the twentieth century was coming to a close, John Barnes took his Celtic team north to Pittodrie to face Aberdeen...

Podcast Xtra – 7th Heaven Hoops

Yo ho ho it’s magic you know, it’s gonna be 9 in a row 1 game down, 37 to go on our way to securing the record equalling 9 in a row and what a way to start.

Year 14 – The Season 2019-20 Preview

Whilst the international campaign commenced the domestic season commences this weekend against St Johnstone and so it’s time for the Celtic Underground 2019/20 season...

Not Remotely Good Enough

Twelve months ago I was moved to write the following article on this very website...

Sound Thrashings – 1982 Motherwell 0-7 Celtic

This is the first in a new series of articles on Celtic Underground where St Anthony will look in close detail at some notable Celtic victories by a high margin through the decades...

Istanbul Here We Come

This week the 219/2020 season officially commenced with our first competitive game.

Celtic win in Bosnia – Goals and Match Report

Celtic have tonight taken a giant leap towards the next round of the UCL qualifying stages with a comfortable victory over F K Sarajevo...

The 2018-19 CU Season Review

That was the season that was and what a season, European football past Christmas, a manager going from hero to zero and a unique treble treble and off the park we saw the passing of two legends of European Football...

Es Tu Maurice?

By Critical Bill Glasgow in the late eighties was full of ludicrous nonsensical rumours to do with football.

The Art of No Deal

By Thomas Hanlon (Thomas Hanlon has been a season ticket holder since the 1994/1995, he currently sits in the Jock Stein Upper and the last time he checked was NOT Harry Brady) I had written article for the site last week titled “Small Time In What We Do”, I felt moved to write because of...

Nothing Comppers to You

Celtic currently have only two recognised centre backs in their first team squad in Kristoffer Ajer and Jozo Simunevic.

Small Time In What We Do

By Thomas Hanlon In March 2016 I was invited to meet Peter Lawwell at Celtic Park, this had followed a series of correspondence going back to November the previous year...

Ticileaks

We have an excellent podcast guest this week in Politics Home editor Kevin Schofield.

Neil Lennon – The Best Manager in Scottish Football

Listeners to the podcast will know that the decision to appoint Neil Lennon full-time was not my opinion of the ideal candidate.

Twist Or Stick?

A friend of mine has a conspiracy theory about Neil Lennon’s recent appointment as Celtic’s new manager.

Echoes of an Unlamented Era

By Critical Bill It was the New Labour Spin Doctor, Jo Moore, who coined the phrase, “a good day to bury bad news”.

The Trinity of Trebles

This week saw Celtic deliver one the most remarkable achievements in our history and certainly perhaps the most amazing domestic achievement of our modern history in attaining a holy trinity of trebles and this was immediately followed by the appointment of Neil Lennon as the new permanent manager at our great club, following on from...

Later…with Mark Cooper

So we lost a game of football, and not just any game of football but a game against THEM.

En Route to Gr8ness

Hail Hail The Celts are here! This is a football fans podcast of the 8, yes EIGHT in a row Scottish champions who are now just 90 minutes from a treble.

Post Killie Victory April 19

This week was an emotional one at Celtic Park with the passing of Big Billy and today’s game was never going to be easy.

The Late Late Show

This week saw Celtic snatch victory from the jaws of a bore draw with the late late LATE show at Dens Park as Edouard scored in the 96th minute to stretch our lead at the top to 10 points and edge us closer still to Gr8ness...

Harry Hood Tribute

Jock Stein was at his peak when he signed Harry Hood from Clyde in March 1969.

Eight in a Row – 1973 Style!

Christmas 1972 saw Celtic top of the league and looking dead certs to win their 8th successive league title under the stewardship of the legendary Jock Stein.

Billy Mcneill – From Easybeat to Lisbon Lion

Billy McNeill joined Celtic in 1958. A schoolboy internationalist, great things were expected of him and he made his Celtic debut at the tender age of 18 in 1958.

Jock Stein’s Team of the Seventies

Many Celtic observers and historians have commented in the past on Jock Stein’s ambition to build a new Celtic team from scratch to replace the Lisbon Lions...

Fergie Connections

As a proud born and bred Govanite, I recall my father and his friends telling me that Alec (note it was rarely Alex back then) Ferguson’s father had once ran a Celtic supporters bus from Neptune Street in Govan...

The Real Best Striker in Scotland

Celtic’s biggest problem this season has been the volume of injuries to vital players.

Memories of Real Madrid 1980

In Geneva, in January 1980, the draw for the European Cup quarter finals was made.

A Bit of Perspective Required

There is no doubt that the reputation of Scottish football fans has been damaged in the last few weeks.

Strict Liability – It’s Not Football That’s Changed

I grew up in the 1980’s when all football fans were “scum” – ‘why can’t you behave like Rugby fans?’ was the cry you’d often hear and read in the media.

Yogi – Once a Celt, Always a Celt.

“Once you’ve played for the Celtic, you’ll always be Celtic.” This week we move away from the Brendan gossip and back to the usual business...

25 Years Since Fergus

Today is 4th March 2019 – 25 years since Fergus took over the reigns and started the building blocks of where Celtic are now – the preeminent and most successful living club in Scotland...

Now the Dust Has Settled

There was I, lying in bed on Tuesday morning, enjoying a rare lie in on a well earned day off from work, when my phone started beeping like mad.

Previewing Brendans Departure

This podcast was recorded the night before the day of departure, so we discuss the Motherwell game, preview the Hearts game and in the middle discuss the increasing rumours coming through by text, DM and Whatsapp that something was afoot.

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TMT#187 – Murder Was The Case

Welcome to the latest episode of 20 Minute Tims. It’s a biggie this week, folks.

Half Hour Hoops · Aug 19

HHH #80 After Extra Time

Peter, Ryan and Lewis cover the lacklustre game from the weekend @halfhourhoops...

Half Hour Hoops · Aug 19

View fixtures League table

TeamPWDLFAGDPts
1 Celtic 2 2 0 0 12 2 10 6
2 “Rangers” 2 2 0 0 8 2 6 6
3 Ross County 2 1 1 0 3 0 3 4
4 Aberdeen 2 1 0 1 3 3 0 3
5 St Mirren 2 1 0 1 1 1 0 3
6 Hamilton Academical 2 1 0 1 2 3 -1 3
7 Hibernian 2 1 0 1 2 6 -4 3
8 Livingston 2 0 2 0 2 2 0 2
9 Hearts 2 0 1 1 2 3 -1 1
10 Motherwell 2 0 1 1 2 5 -3 1
11 St Johnstone 2 0 1 1 2 9 -7 1
12 Kilmarnock 2 0 0 2 1 4 -3 0

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Celtic 2-1 Dunfermline Celtic FC Celtic 2-1 Dunfermline at Celtic Park in Glasgow in the League Cup. 2019-08-17T15:00:00+00:00 2019-08-17T16:45:00+00:00
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Dunfermline

League Cup
15:00 17 August 2019

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Celtic v AIK Celtic FC Celtic v AIK at Celtic Park in Glasgow in the UEFA Europa League. 2019-08-22T19:45:00+00:00 2019-08-22T21:30:00+00:00
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UEFA Europa League
19:45 22 August 2019