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Celtic went 22 points clear at the top of the league with a hard fought victory over St Johnstone, the only goal coming from the rejuvenated Dedryck Boyata, in a game in which Celtic equalled the club record of 26 domestic games unbeaten and Scott Brown played his 400th game for the club...
While Celtic are on a break, the GIGPOD blog/podcast is going to take a look at some different Celtic related subjects in an effort to kill time erm, I mean provide content before the team returns and I get to write my match reports, which let’s face it are the only things worth reading on the site...
At the age of 31, I’m far from a dinosaur, although chances are a large segment of the readers will feel that this article is bound to be preshistoric and I should be sent back to the stone age but bear with me, I feel there’s a valid point to be made...
Celtic fought hard but were ultimately undone by two Lionel Messi goals and coupled with Borussia Mönchengladbach’s draw with Man City this means that there will be no European football after Christmas this season...
With Celtic currently running away with the league, in a cup final and performing admirably in Europe this year’s AGM was a far more peaceful affair then previous years – Ian Bankier didn’t even have a rant about the fans!
Celtic crashed to a deserved defeat in our third Champions League group game, and despite the fact that both goals were from the ‘Celtic defending in Europe’ comedy department, there can be no complaints with the final result, with the better team winning on the night...
Not since May 1941 has Scotland seen a swarm of pumped up Germans descend on our country with a sense of trepidation and dread for what lay ahead of them, but unlike The Luftwaffe(RIP great bunch of lads), BMG fans will likely bring a bit of patter with them and not leave for their Motherland with a trail of destruction behind them...
Season 1988-89 didn’t start off well for defending premier league champions Celtic (a familiar theme in the seasons to come), an injury to goalkeeper Pat Bonner and the departure of his replacement Allen McKnight meaning that the club had to scramble for replacements, veteran Alan Rough and Leicester goalkeeper Ian Andrews were brought in...
A Celtic State of Mind was named as the UK’s Best Football Podcast at the prestigious 2018 Football Blogging Awards.
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12:00 14 September 2019
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UEFA Europa League
17:55 19 September 2019