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Last night’s fantastic result and performance ensured Celtic will play European football this season until at least Christmas...
When managers arrive at Celtic Football Club they nigh-on always deliver the same clichéd sound bites to the press regarding the size of our “massive club”, our “magnificent history” in the game, and of course, our “incredible fans”, who are regarded as “the best” or “one of the best” sets of supporters in world football...
Last nights performance was magnificent. After a week of travel, a humbling defeat in Munich, and an intense encounter in the League Cup semi final, facing Aberdeen at Pittodrie could have been a daunting prospect...
This lunchtimes League Cup semi-final was certainly an entertaining game of football...
Wow. Even the most confident of Celtic fans can not have been expecting quite such a phenomenal result as that...
What at times was another nervy night for Celtic in the Champions League qualifiers, ended in delight as Brendan Rodger’s men saw out the final stages of their tie versus Rosenborg in composed fashion...
Today marks the 50th anniversary of the most special day in Celtic Football Club’s history...
We all knew Barcelona would be hurting after their defeat to Deportivo Alavés at the weekend, that they would come out with all guns blazing on Tuesday night ready to prove a point...
I am delighted with the result last night. While the match did nothing to help blood pressure levels, it was great to see late goals in each half, and the players showing a desire to keep fighting until the final whistle...
I had considered starting this post with an inspiring quote about the importance of character in sport, the one’s I came across, though, following my 30 second Google search, didn’t quite fit the tone, so in true Celtic fashion (this season), when faced with a challenge, I’ve fallen short...
Five wins on the bounce, a Scottish League Cup Semi-Final place secured, and sitting atop of our Europa League group at the half way stage, can we now say Ronny Deila’s Celtic have turned the corner from the doom and gloom of our poor early season form?
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Roazhon Park Rennes
UEFA Europa League
17:55 19 September 2019
Celtic Park Glasgow
13:00 22 September 2019