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Lets get rocking!

As we approach the mid-way point in the January transfer window, Celtic have completed their first key signing.

Christie, Eddy and Sinky

There’s rarely a dull moment at Celtic Park. Positive or negative.

Celtic squad need to click once again

In a couple of weeks, Celtic will be back in competitive action after a three week lay off.

Celts from the South · Dec 30, 2019

Warning signs

Sunday’s result at Celtic Park has been coming for while now.

Celts from the South · Dec 29, 2019

The end of the year is nigh…

Celtic’s final game of 2019 is here. Today, there is an opportunity.

Celts from the South · Dec 21, 2019

The next three games are ours to lose…

Celtic have been ploughing through a hectic schedule of matches since late November with relative success...

Celts from the South · Nov 28, 2019

How far can Celtic go?

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

Celts from the South · Nov 26, 2019

No pyro, no punishment

I actually began writing this piece on 22nd October.

Celts from the South · Nov 22, 2019

Eleven games to end the year on a high

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

Celts from the South · Nov 14, 2019

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.

Celts from the South · Oct 10, 2019

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...

Celts from the South · Oct 3, 2019

We have the players. Do we have the balls?

I haven’t written for a while, though you may not even have noticed.

Celts from the South · Sep 20, 2019

Spanish referee was Celtic’s biggest opponent in France

Last night I saw a Celtic side that gave me a lot of confidence.

Celts from the South · Sep 19, 2019

From Hamilton to Rennes: Celtic embark upon Europa journey against familiar opponents

After a dull international break I’d been looking forward to Celtic playing Hamilton Accies last weekend.

Celts from the South · Sep 18, 2019

Former Ibrox favourite loses his six year battle…

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

Celts from the South · Sep 10, 2019

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.

Celts from the South · Sep 3, 2019

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.

Celts from the South · Sep 1, 2019

Team news and stats…

In the next half houe, Celtic will walk out onto the Ibrox turf.

Celts from the South · Aug 31, 2019

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.

Celts from the South · Aug 29, 2019

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.

Celts from the South · Aug 22, 2019

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.

Celts from the South · Aug 21, 2019

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.

Celts from the South · Aug 14, 2019

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.

Celts from the South · Aug 13, 2019

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.

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