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How far can Celtic go?

Stade Rennais come to Celtic Park this evening for the second time this year...

Eleven games to end the year on a high

Celtic are back in action this Saturday at home to Livingston in the Scottish Premiership.

This Celtic side is worth sticking around for

After ten years of blogging about Celtic on this site and other places, I’d been giving serious consideration to calling it a day.

Fans need to think more about the consequences of their actions.

A while back, probably after the last UEFA imposed fine over Celtic fan behaviour, I suggested on one forum that it might not be a bad thing if one of our pyromaniac fans got a taste of their own medicine...

Former Ibrox favourite loses his six year battle…

Today it was announced that former Rangers and Netherlands footballer Fernando Ricksen passed away.

Scotland humbled, Celtic return this weekend

I had hoped that when Steve Clarke stepped down from doing a fantastic job at Kilmarnock that Scotland would benefit from his coaching skills.

A demonstration of strength

I had aimed to publish this on Monday, but with the transfer window closing yesterday, my attention was elsewhere! So here goes.

Europa Report

When you get paired with a team from Europe who, last time around got the better of you, there’s often a feeling of dread that history may repeat itself.

Stockholm or bust!

Celtic gave their European campaign a shot in the arm with a 2-0 win over AIK last Thursday at Celtic Park.

We need to back the team…right now

Like the first leg of the UCL third round qualifier against Cluj, I will most likely be in the air when the first leg of the UEL playoff is under way.

Our season is not over…it is hopefully just beginning.

A week on from Celtic’s Champions League failure, and a few days since the slender extra time win over Dunfermline in the League Cup, the focus now turns to the Europa League.

Are we heading for another summer of discontent?

Another summer, another Champions League exit. Celtic are fast becoming a club who can no longer compete in Europe’s premier club competition.

Mistakes are costly at the highest level

When are you vying for a place in the group stage of the Champions League you have to make good decisions.

Cluj, KT and the future.

If someone had offered me a 1-1 draw in Romania before Wednesday’s match, I’d have bitten their hand off.

The adventure continues in Romania

Celtic and CFR Cluj will face one another in the third round of the Champions League qualifiers.

Delight for Griffiths as Celtic sweep Estonians aside

Celtic completed the first leg of their second round tie against Nomme Kalju with a 5-0 victory last night.

Next up: Nomme Kalju

Celtic continue their run of home games tonight when Nomme Kalju of Estonia are welcomed at Celtic Park.

Welcome to Sarajevo

As much as I miss watching Celtic, it seems as though the season has just finished.

Summer Recruitment

Yesterday Celtic announced that they’d brought Nick Hammond in board.

Celtic’s early European journey is mapped out

Celtic’s European campaign will open at Celtic Park when they face the Premier League Champions of Bosnia and Herzegovina, FK Sarajevo.

Rebel. Hero. Hustler. God.

I had the pleasure of attending a viewing of new documentary, Diego Maradona on Fathers Day at my local Picturehouse, the Duke of York’s.

Transfer in serious doubt

Not long after I posted yesterday’s blog, “Transfer imminent”, David Turnbull’s agents rejected Celtic’s contract offer.

Transfer imminent.

The transfer window opened on Tuesday 11th June, but we’ve been hearing plenty of rumours long before the season ended.

Lennon all along…

For weeks and months I was 100% certain that Neil Lennon would be installed as Celtic’s next permanent manager.

Whatever happens today, we live in treasured times

On this day, ten years ago, Gordon Strachan officially resigned from his post as Celtic manager.

Farewell Stevie Chalmers

I was in the process of preparing my blog this morning,prior to posting about the weekend, when the news of Stevie Chalmers’ passing flashed up on my phone.

Hail, Cesar!

This mornings news that Billy McNeill had passed away has saddened many people across the footballing world...

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TMT#200 – Len’s Ten

Welcome to the latest episode of 20 Minute Tims We’re in celebratory mood this week, as we’re talking; *Celtic making it 10-in-a-row for domestic trophies after somehow snatching a victory over Rangers at Hampden *Fraser Forster *Jeremie Frimpong *Christopher Jullien *Alfredo Morelos lol *A look back on the important last-gasp victory over Hamilton Accies All this and more on TMT#200 You can help support the production of these podcasts, as well as gaining access to over 170 extra episodes at patreon.com/...

14 Dec 19 James Grady & Michael Grant

Scottish Football & The Election, Oh My Days, The Vampire XI, What Has A Celebrity Given you?

View fixtures League table

TeamPWDLFAGDPts
1 Celtic 15 13 1 1 46 9 37 40
2 “Rangers” 15 12 2 1 45 10 35 38
3 Aberdeen 18 9 5 4 26 22 4 32
4 Motherwell 17 10 1 6 29 22 7 31
5 Kilmarnock 18 6 5 7 17 21 -4 23
6 Hibernian 17 5 7 5 27 29 -2 22
7 Ross County 17 5 5 7 20 35 -15 20
8 Livingston 18 4 7 7 23 27 -4 19
9 St Mirren 18 4 3 11 15 27 -12 15
10 St Johnstone 16 3 6 7 14 33 -19 15
11 Hearts 17 2 6 9 16 28 -12 12
12 Hamilton Academical 18 2 6 10 16 31 -15 12

Last match

Cluj 2-0 Celtic Celtic FC Cluj 2-0 Celtic at Dr. Constantin Rădulescu Stadium in Cluj-Napoca, Romania in the UEFA Europa League. 2019-12-12T17:55:00+00:00 2019-12-12T19:40:00+00:00
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Cluj
 
Celtic

UEFA Europa League
17:55 12 December 2019

Next match

Celtic v Hibs Celtic FC Celtic v Hibs at Celtic Park in Glasgow in the Scottish Premiership. 2019-12-15T15:00:00+00:00 2019-12-15T16:45:00+00:00
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Celtic
 
Hibs

Scottish Premiership
15:00 15 December 2019