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Room for Trophies

Some of The Peeppul have been getting in a tizzy over Celtic signings posing in front of the European Cup replica.

Thick As a Brick

I think we all had one of those thick pupils in our class at school that could be persuaded to do anything ‘for a laugh’...

Keeping Up Appearances

I don’t usually do another blog this quickly but I felt I had to comment on the media’s big news about Neo-Gers’ latest loan ‘star’, Sheyi Ojo.

Magic Bus

Well, Hector certainly called that one right. The very first review of my new book on Amazon, before anybody’s even had a chance to read it, is by some sad Hun, calling himself Mr.

Yossarian F.C.

It was hard to avoid all the stuff about D-Day landings and it was obvious that it was being used to inspire everybody with the ‘Dunkirk Spirit’ that’s the Brexiteers’ stock-in-trade...

Anti-Social Media

Does anybody know how the SFA inquiry into child abuse in Scottish football is going?

It’s Jjust My Imagination

I’ve been busy down the swear-word mines, writing Part 6 of the Neo-Gers Saga.

Game of Moans

Well, that dearly-held opinion didn’t take long to be abandoned, did it?

Hun Size

Quite often, when I read the latest story about Neo-Gers, I’m transported back to my days as a teacher...

The Real Champions

Well, there was a right end-of-term feeling about that match yesterday, as in finished sitting my Highers so I’m just going to piss about until the end of June kind of thing...


Oh, Good God, no! Two English teams in the final of the Champions League! We’re never going to hear the f*cking end of this one – best league in the world etc.

Two Jabs Jermain

While The Peeppul are dreaming about helicopters, their brothers-in-lodge are putting practical plans into action.

Class Consciousness

There’s nothing I can say about Billy McNeil that hasn’t already been said hundreds of time already.

Who’s Responsible?

Back in the 1980s the local polis used to sometimes target Stirling University’s Allangrange Student/Staff Club, the ‘Grange’ as we all knew it.

Along Came a Blackbird … and a Slackbird

Things are going from bad to worse. It turns out that he won’t be facing any charges, but the very fact that the SFA was even considering hauling Joe Worrall up was a load of complete nonsense.

The Number of the Beast

The Daily Record, always first with the news, has an article about who the Antichrist is, or rather was.

Sunday the 23Rd of March, Somewhere in Glasgow

BILLY – Hey, ma! What the f*ck’ve ye done wi’ ma best stabbin’ knife? MA – Is it no’ in the toap drawer, next tae yer wankin’ soacks? BILLY – Naw, that’s ma slashin’ blade.

Welcome to the Punch

I haven’t been on for a few days because I’m working on the next book in the Neo-Gers saga.

Muchos Culos

I see the Daily Record is already beating the drum for El Guffalo being Player of the Year.

Scotland the Grave

Everybody seems to have an opinion about what’s wrong with the Scottish football team and what should be done to improve things.

Auntie Raynjurz

Thanks for the votes in the Blogging Awards but, as you might already know, I’m not that bothered.

Remember, Calls Can Be in Confidence

Back in my late teens/early twenties my brother was friendly with some dodgy characters.

Schroedinger’s Huns

According to the Daily Record, Brendan Rodgers wants to sign El Guffalo, with them saying that Leicester and Borussia Dortmund “had joined the race to sign” the thug.

Sticking My Neck Out

Back in my teaching days, you needed to have your wits about you and often dealt with things in ways that outsiders would view as weird.

Arms and the Man

Well, that’s riled the Huns up no end. Just when they thought they’d clawed the gap back a couple of points, up pops Edouard to put their gas at a peep.

Neil Doon An’ Take It

According to some folk, Brendan Rodgers is off to Leicester in the summer, while others are saying that he’s going as soon as he’s packed his bags.

Shot by Both Sides

Der Fuhrer and I were watching The Chase and one of the celebrities on the team was Harry Redknapp.

Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets

It’s not often that sectarian bigotry is used as a squirrel but, after Wednesday’s disgraceful match at Ibrox, that’s what’s being done.

Invasion of the Points Snatchers

When somebody’s given a column to write in a newspaper, or what passes for a newspaper in Scotland, they’re entitled to point out things that they see as detrimental to football or society at large...

Clink Clink Pish

Can we expect another statement from Neo-Gers about Steven McLean, the referee of yesterday’s game at Ibrox? After all, it only cost six thousand quid to ensure that Willie Collum never got to take charge of any of their matches again.

Protection Racket

Many moons ago, when my da worked at Govan Shipbuilders, the word went round that everybody should watch themselves on the way home.

Iht’s Nho’ Fhair!

Back in my teaching days, I usually had at least one problem child in my class.

Break a Leg!

We all guessed that Brother Boabby would be doing his team a favour or two and, of course, we were right.

Planning Departments

Everybody remembers that bit in Braveheart where all the Scots bend over and lift their kilts to show the English their bare arses.

Shameful Moments

The Daily Record have decided to enter the debate about Churchill but, being what they are, they do it in a sleekit way, without even mentioning the fat bastard.

We Ur the Champions

It was Thea’s 3rd birthday yesterday, so we went up with a few wee gifts to get our share of cake.

Calm Down!

What the hell’s going on with folk commenting on here? As Hector said, if you don’t like what somebody says, then don’t interact with him/her.

Pipped at the Post

Well, that might shut all the nay-sayers up a bit. Celtic have signed Burke and Weah on loan, which many folk were moaning about, saying that we needed some experience while the likes of Bayo were developed...

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1 Aberdeen 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
2 Celtic 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
3 Hamilton Academical 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
4 Hearts 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
5 Hibernian 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
6 Kilmarnock 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
7 Livingston 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
8 Motherwell 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
9 “Rangers” 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
10 Ross County 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
11 St Johnstone 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
12 St Mirren 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

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SC Pinkafeld v Celtic Celtic FC SC Pinkafeld v Celtic at Adeg-Meisterfrost Arena in Pinkafeld, Austria in the Friendly. 2019-06-26T17:30:00+00:00 2019-06-26T19:15:00+00:00
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