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Morning Star · Jul 16, 2016

A huge embarrassment but still all to play for

Andrew Muirhead analyses Celtic’s defeat in the Champions League and what new boss Brendan Rodgers needs to do to turn the result around on Wednesday...

Morning Star · Jul 14, 2016

Humiliated Rodgers appeals for calm

BRENDAN RODGERS has urged Celtic fans to “stay calm” after his first game in charge ended in a humiliating 1-0 defeat to a side of Gibraltarian taxi drivers and firefighters...

Morning Star · May 8, 2016

Deila: Don’t knock Celtic’s fifth league title in a row

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Morning Star · Apr 17, 2016

Rangers to face Hibernian after penalty drama in semi-final clash with Celtic

Continue reading “Rangers to face Hibernian after penalty drama in semi-final clash with Celtic” on Morning Star.

Morning Star · Apr 13, 2016

Armstrong ready for O** F*** semi-final clash

By Our Sports Desk STUART ARMSTRONG has put Rangers to the sword in a Scottish Cup semi-final once before and said yesterday that he would love to repeat the feat for Celtic on Sunday...

Morning Star · Apr 7, 2016

Rangers set sights on Celtic after win

Dumbarton win seals Premiership promotion for Ibrox outfit...

Morning Star · Feb 23, 2016

Women’s Football: Celtic bring in Danish defender Rudmose

Celtic signed Anne Rudmose yesterday — the partner of Celtic men’s defender Erik Sviatchenko...

Morning Star · Jan 22, 2016

Well connected

CHRIS BARTTER reports on the annual Glasgow music festival which rousingly unites Celtic-influenced music from many sources...

Morning Star · Nov 24, 2015

Scotland: Fifa pour water on a US league game

FIFA warned Dundee and Celtic yesterday that it might have the final say on their plans to host a Premiership clash in the United States...

Morning Star · Oct 1, 2015

Top Scottish clubs in a British league?

Celtic major shareholder sees a future where clubs hold more power...

Morning Star · Sep 16, 2015

Celtic must be ruthless in Amsterdam

Torrid few weeks leave manager Deila and Celtic struggling...

Morning Star · Sep 13, 2015

Sport in brief: September 13 2015

Quinn gives Dons a record start Aberdeen 2-1 Celtic — Scottish Premiership: Paul Quinn’s dramatic late winner against Celtic at Pittodrie yesterday set a club record for Aberdeen and blew open the Scottish Premiership title race...

Morning Star · Jun 22, 2015

Scotland: Celtic drawn against Icelandic champs

CELTIC were drawn against Icelandic side FC Stjarnan in the second qualifying round of the Champions League yesterday, writes Andrew Muirhead...

Morning Star · May 4, 2015

SPL: Gamble pays off as Deila steers Celtic to league title

By Andrew Muirhead Ronny Deila was an unknown commodity in Scottish football at the start of this season...

Morning Star · Apr 24, 2015

Deila wants more transparency from referees

By Our Sports Desk Celtic manager Ronny Deila yesterday called for referees to explain their decisions post-match following his team’s controversial Scottish Cup semi-final defeat by Inverness. Referee Steven McLean sparked a furore by failing to penalise Josh...

Morning Star · Apr 15, 2015

Celtic avoid Saturday afternoon kick-offs

Celtic will not play another Saturday league fixture this season following the Scottish Professional Football League’s announcement of the post-split fixtures yesterday.The Scottish Premiership leaders face nearest rivals Aberdeen at Pittodrie on Sunday May 10 in the biggest...

Morning Star · Apr 15, 2015

McGowan spared jail after third police assault

Dundee stood by Paul McGowan yesterday after the midfielder avoided jail following a third police assault conviction.McGowan will be unable to play evening games for the next 16 weeks — including two upcoming games against Celtic — and will be confined to his home from...

Morning Star · May 5, 2014

Lennon delighted with Celtic win

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Morning Star · Aug 27, 2013

Celtic v Shakhter Karagandy preview: Neil Lennon says Champions League rivals could pay for ‘disrespect’

Football: Neil Lennon has warned Shakhter Karagandy boss Viktor Kumykov that his over-confidence ahead of their Champions League play-off second-leg tie against Celtic at Parkhead on Wednesday night could “come back and bite” him...

Morning Star · Aug 25, 2013

Celtic 2 Inverness 2: Adam Matthews strikes late to save Hoops

Scottish football: Adam Matthews believes Celtic have enough quality within their ranks to overcome Shakhter Karagandy after staging an impressive comeback against Inverness...

Morning Star · Aug 21, 2013

Charlie Mulgrew rallies stunned Celtic

Scottish football: Celtic stopper Charlie Mulgrew called on the Parkhead faithful to rally behind the Hoops next week as they bid to overcome yesterday’s shock 2-0 defeat in the first leg of their Champions League play-off at Shakhter Karagandy...

Morning Star · Aug 16, 2013

Aberdeen v Celtic preview: Dons aim to breathe life into Celtic rivalry

Aberdeen will be hoping to arrest an alarming pattern when they take on Neil Lennon’s Celtic this lunchtime at Pittodrie...

Morning Star · Aug 6, 2013

Elfsborg v Celtic preview: Scott Brown warns Swedes that Hoops won’t be bullied in Champions League showdown

Scottish football: Scott Brown has told Elfsborg that there will be consequences if they single out Georgios Samaras for rough treatment in tomorrow’s crucial Champions League qualifier...

Morning Star · Aug 6, 2013

Beattie on Scotland: It’s the Rangers fans who suffer most as Charles Green’s return sparks chaos at Ibrox

Scottish sports comment: Hardly has a ball been kicked and already the very idea that Rangers are back on an even keel has been blown out of the water...

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