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At the next board meeting of the SPFL, Neil Doncaster will ask that body to take a look at one of their policies, a scandalous policy, one for which I do not believe there is the slightest, not the remotest, possible justification...
The Kieran Tierney rumour mill continues to churn out its nonsense.
I don’t know what happened between David Turnbull’s people and Celtic in the last 12 hours or so, but they clearly bet on our club being willing to move on our offer.
So Turnbull is expected to sign today or tomorrow, is he? Well, I won’t hold my breath, not until the deal is done, not until he’s inside Celtic Park posing for the press.
The newspapers are filled with rank nonsense about Ibrox target Joe Aribo today; according to them, Celtic made a late bid for his signature and are now going head to head with them over it but we’re expected to lose out.
The story that’s doing the rounds in the media today about Ibrox’s midfield target Joe Aribo – the player who the press keeps trying to link to Celtic – is a strange one.
One of the biggest stories of the weekend was one of those I chose to leave until today, because it requires a more in-depth piece than a mere couple of paragraphs...
There’s nothing like an informed source to illuminate a complex matter, right?
I wrote last week about how Celtic’s greatest advantage was that our rivals can’t make up their minds what they want to be.
Debate rages in NewCo Land about what a “win” looks like next season.
A lot of people reckon that Stephen McGowan of The Daily Mail is Peter Lawwell’s go-to-guy in the media.
An interesting little story rests in this morning’s papers, brought on by a comment Ian Maxwell, the SFA CEO, made yesterday.
Well folks, wasn’t that unexpected, in the best possible way?
Motherwell have just released a statement confirming that they have agreed terms with Celtic for David Turnbull.
The biggest news in Scottish football today is undoubtedly this; the SFA Presidency is about to change hands.
Today Callum is in the papers saying that he is looking forward to just over one weeks’ rest after a gruelling season in which he played nearly 70 matches.
Today there was more good news on the European front, as the latest proposals to be put to UEFA for Champions League reform were given to the media...
So we’re keeping “league tables” of incidents involving pyrotechnics now are we?
What a lovely way for the week to begin; plenty of good transfer rumours to get my teeth into.
Football fans can be strange at times. To the outsider, it must look odd when Celtic fans are moaning just after capturing our third treble in a row.
Last summer was an absolute fiasco, and it still summed up best by the sight of John McGInn holding up an Aston Villa shirt...
Last night, the Scottish media got their ducks in a row for once.
A fan movement is taking the UK by storm, and a group of Celtic fans are at the centre of this storm...
The news over the weekend that Celtic was ready to offer Henrik Larsson a return to the club as a coach is one of those stories that caught the imagination of the media and amongst some of the fans.
For my second article of the day, I am going to talk about a story that I didn’t write.
Celtic today made two different press releases designed to raise morale.
Yesterday, when the leaked documents were revealed to be real, one of the worst kept secrets in the Celtic universe was revealed to be a fact; we are actively considering selling Olivier Ntcham in the coming transfer window...
Yesterday’s leaked transfer target list had one name on it, above and beyond the others, which had a lot of Celtic fans shaking their heads in disbelief; it was Brandon Barker, the Man City winger who spent a season on loan with Hibs...
Yesterday I was keeping my head down. Well, wouldn’t you after suggesting that the club might be ready to take a punt on Efe Ambrose?
As everyone knows, last night we suffered a major setback when our transfer plans for the summer were put online via a leaked internal document.
Last night, as most of you will be aware, a document appeared online which seemed to show Celtic’s transfer plans for this summer.
Just went you thought it was safe to go back in the stadium Neil Lennon favourite and former Celtic player Efe Ambrose is available on a free at just the moment we’re looking for a centre back.
Today the Liverpool team returned from Spain with the Champions Cup, and their procession through the streets of their city was shown on television.
A Celtic State of Mind was named as the UK’s Best Football Podcast at the prestigious 2018 Football Blogging Awards.
Daniel is joined by Jonny for the first episode of the 2019/20 season.
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