UEFA President Aleksander Ceferin latest correspondence with the press is as uncertain as it gets if you’re a football fan.
Celtic posted an article about the day Mikael Lustig famously stole a police officers hat to celebrate celtic’s third goal in a title winning Glasgow Derby.
With the football season on lockdown like the rest of society, we’re taking the opportunity to take a look back at some of the weird and wonderful stories surrounding Celtic.
MOUSSA DEMBELE continues to follow Celtic social media during the football lockdown.
Cristian Gamboa was not a success at Celtic after being brought in by Brendan Rodgers from West Brom during his first season at the club.
CHRIS SUTTON has mulled over what could happen to football and in-particular the transfer window when football does eventually return.
Former SPFL chief has been outspoken on social media in the past few years when it comes to Scottish football.
NEIL LENNON admitted it got emotional when the UK took part in a minutes applause for the UK NHS staff.
It was @CSCmerch who posted a graphic of the below concept Celtic kit shortly after the club had announced a five-year deal with the sporting brand giants...
It was in January when Celtic were heavily linked with a move for Fabricio Bruno.
An emergency meeting between all the SPFL club have taken place early this morning with the current shutdown and the financial fall out from it being top of the agenda...
CELTIC FANS would be due some sort of compensation of the last of the bhoys home fixtures couldn’t be played or were played behind closed doors.
Ryan Christie was on Superscoreboard this evening talking about the shutdown and how he and the other bhoys are getting on with things during this unprecedented time.
The English FA have today called time on ALL Non-League competitions down south and declaring them null and void in a move which will have people talking north of the border.
By Liam Docherty In these difficult times I would like to share with you a truly uplifting story from within Celtic Park to lift your spirits.
The BBC have confirmed the SPFL have started making advanced payments to clubs in order to help some keep the lights on.
Celtic made it ten in a row in December when they beat their Glasgow rivals in the League Cup Final.