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Most regular readers will know that I enjoy a flutter, and I always have.
Chris Sutton, in his column today for a rag that every Celtic fan rightly detests, has stumbled onto one of the unnerving aspects should Neil Lennon get the job; he has already butted heads with the board over budgets in his previous tenure at the club...
Yesterday, Celtic moved to have the Scott Brown hearing brought forward by a week.
Neil Lennon reacted today against those who think that it’s somehow cool to leak our team line-ups before games...
The SFA moves slowly even at the best of times, and the last few weeks will not go down amongst the finest in the history of one of European football’s most backward organisations.
Last night, I watched one of the finest Champions League games of all time, a game that had everything including the high drama of two momentous VAR decisions, both of which were 100% right, both of which materially affected the outcome and sold me on this technology once and for all...
To the glee of a certain national newspaper, Celtic are getting a bit of a pasting on Twitter tonight over their latest commercial partnership, another bookie, and the launch of a “Celtic Slots” game.
Following on the news, yesterday, that Kilmarnock are cutting the ticket allocation for the Ibrox fans when they visit Rugby Park on the last day of the season, the media is trying to whip up a controversy over our own club’s share being slashed.
Tonight Celtic condemned those fans who were involved in “sectarian chanting” at Derek McInnes yesterday, but in doing so our club wanted to make a wider point, and they did so brilliantly by urging that similar attention be paid to the disgraceful chanting by Aberdeen supporters and “others” throughout this season...
At a meeting with fans around fifteen years ago, Dermot Desmond showed his steel.
If the Celtic board needed further convincing that the people running things at Ibrox aren’t interested in embracing fiscal sanity, but are hell-bent on stopping nine and then ten in a row, they got the proof of it today in a missive King sent out to his season ticket base...
From the minute Celtic took the lead there was only going to be one winner at Hampden yesterday.
I work for a company in Glasgow whose owner/founder is massive Celtic fan, a man who has been involved with the club and knows his stuff...
There are people in the Scottish media who think we should have been “in the race” for Aberdeen’s Graeme Shinnie.
Tonight, VideoCelts revealed that the coming Reserve League match between Celtic and the NewCo will not be a ticketed affair.
Last night there was a meeting at Celtic Park between supporter’s club members and some of the senior staff at the club; Peter Lawwell, John Paul Taylor and Ronnie Hawthorn, our head of security.
So, another fantasy candidate – Villa Boas – has dropped out of the running today.
When the Ibrox NewCo was flapping about in the aftermath of Mark Warburton’s allegedly disastrous reign, the media linked them with a number of candidates who seemed outlandish and far-fetched...
I’ve heard a lot of suggestions recently for how NewCo can catch Celtic, and they are all pretty ridiculous.
The media is filling its pages with names now, names of the next Celtic manager, and it doesn’t matter whether there is truth in any of the stories or not...
Whatever my views might be on Neil Lennon’s credentials for the Celtic manager’s job, this is a man who has succeeded already in one of the toughest jobs in the game.
Joe Worrall is in a bit of bother after a video clip emerged of him saying “F@@@ the Celtic” whilst in the back seat of a car.
You cannot watch the Brexit nightmare unfolding on our televisions without realising that politics in this country is going through a dark period, as the Westminster class struggles with what some writers and commentators are calling a “crisis of legitimacy.” That’s what you get when the institutions which run things are no longer trusted...
The Daily Record is combing through players’ social media posts now, eah?
That was awful today. Awful. It was predictable, one dimensional, dire.
Gary Ralston published a piece today that boggled the mind.
The more details emerge of the Scott Brown “discipline case” the more you start to see just how phoney the accusations levelled at him are...
Well, as I predicted earlier Neil Lennon did not miss when he sat in front of the media today.
Neil Lennon came out with all guns blazing on the club’s official TV channel today.
The Green Brigade’s statement on last night’s incident involving a banger being thrown onto the park was welcome.
The morning of a derby is filled for many with a ritual; all Celtic fans will have a different way to start their derby days off, whether it’s heading to a pub for a few jars with mates, or heading round to their families to get ready for the build-up...
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