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Celtic have carved out a niche in recent seasons of managing to acquire highly-rated wingers on a loan basis.
Last season was a whirlwind for David Turnbull. He only made his first league start of the campaign for Motherwell in October, but by 2019 he was starring in midfield.
With Neil Lennon’s appointment as manager on a permanent basis made official, Celtic are now ready to do business in the summer transfer window.
With one instinctive swing of his left foot, Andy Carroll unleashed a venomous effort into the bottom corner of Joe Hart’s goal.
Celtic secured their third consecutive domestic treble on Saturday, beating Heart of Midlothian 2-1 at Hampden to lift the Scottish Cup in dramatic fashion.
Lys Mousset has made plenty of Premier League appearances this season.
Celtic need to plan for life after Scott Sinclair. The 30-year-old recently extended his deal at Parkhead for a further 12 months, confirmed by manager Neil Lennon in a pre-match press conference: “Scotty will be here for another year,” the Bhoys boss.
Celtic have struggled for goals in recent months. Since Neil Lennon returned on an interim basis, they have found the net just eight times in as many games.
Celtic’s signing of Jonny Hayes in 2017 was viewed as much an act of pilfering talent from their closest rivals as it was a strengthening their own squad.
Brendan Rodgers’ decision to leave Celtic mid-season, mere months from a potential third straight domestic treble, came as a shock to most.
Maryan Shved was one of the most unnecessary January transfer window signings in Celtic’s recent history.
The most consistent criticism of Brendan Rodgers during his time at Celtic was his inability or unwillingness to alter tactics for big games.
This Sunday’s O** F*** derby could be a Scottish Premiership title decider.
For almost the entirety of the last decade, Scotland have relied upon two goalkeepers: Craig Gordon and Allan McGregor.
Almost 12 months ago Brendan Rodgers was facing questions over his Celtic future.
It was a little over four years ago that an 18-year-old Che Adams was plying his trade for Ilkeston FC in the Evo-Stik Premier Division.
It was business as usual for Celtic at the weekend.
January has been a good month for Celtic. Brendan Rodgers’ side have recorded three wins from three games – scoring ten goals without reply – and Vakoun Issouf Bayo, Oliver Burke and Timothy Weah have all arrived at the club.
There were two eye-catching debutants in Manchester United’s 4-0 demolition of Wigan Athletic in September 2012.
Celtic moved closer to the top of the Scottish Premiership with an emphatic 5-0 trouncing of league-leading Heart of Midlothian at Parkhead last weekend.
Brendan Rodgers’ men are in yet another final, so we look back at Celtic’s greatest triumphs in Scottish League Cup finals, and Bhoy are there some great games...
Celtic appear to have recovered from their post-summer transfer window hangover in recent weeks, securing a string of big victories in domestic competitions...
Former Celtic and West Brom striker Marc-Antoine Fortuné is still going strong, now helping Chesterfield climb the National League table...
Celtic take on St. Johnstone on Sunday and only three points will do as the champions look to close the gap on Hearts at the top of the table.
179. Just done it. Except he hadn’t – not yet. As Ian Wright peeled off his Arsenal shirt to reveal a t-shirt marking his usurping of Cliff Bastin as the Gunners’ all-time highest scorer, the striker had gotten ever so slightly ahead of himself...
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Hampden Park Glasgow
15:00 25 May 2019
Hampden Park Glasgow
15:00 25 May 2019