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This Celtic Team Is Excellent. With Lennon’s Backing, The Next One Is Already Shaping Up To Be Better.
I rate this current Celtic team, as regular readers will know, as the most complete squad I’ve watched as a Celtic fan.
A curious thing happened this weekend, something the media reported on without examining it.
I see Charlie Nicholas is in the papers this morning, once again attacking Odsonne Edouard over his attitude.
In the aftermath of Saturday’s game, Neil Lennon lavished praise on the team by saying that it was the “most complete performance” of his time back at the club...
One of the best nights I ever had at Celtic Park was a European night; the Manchester United game when Nakamura scored his majestic free-kick.
Amidst all the stories from last week’s news, there was one I knew I would have to follow up on; it was written in The Scotsman, by Alan Pattullo...
Late last week, some in the media were writing stories about how the real battle between Celtic and Sevco – “the one that could decide the title” – might happen off the field, in January...
Well, that was very special today. It was an excellent performance from the whole team, and especially in that second half when we were clinical and brilliant.
As regular readers will know, I enjoy good TV shows and one of my favourites is the show Gold Rush, which can found on the Discovery Channel.
I read, with some dismay, Graeme McGarry’s article in the Evening Times today.
Neil Lennon today throw a hand grenade into the debate over racist chanting by telling the media that he would “encourage” our players to walk off the pitch if it was being levelled at them...
This has nothing to do with our club, thankfully, but I was astonished to read yesterday that Paul Gascoigne had been cleared of sexual assault, when he blatantly invaded the space of a woman and forced himself on her...
One of the most ridiculous of all this month’s Sevco-centric stories was the one that some of the media were running last night, about how Gerrard said he hoped his son would grow up a Sevco supporter.
Wasn’t that something from the Scottish press today?
Tonight the BBC has dropped a bomb onto the Sevco fans who have spent the last few years focussing, in ever more despicable fashion, on the Celtic Boys Club scandal...
I am absolutely certain that there would have been scouts from various clubs watching France’s Under 21 game the other night.
So Kevin Clancy got handed the Hearts v Sevco game today.
Over the weekend, I got to thinking about all the great Celtic songs I’ve heard down through the years, and there have been many, many, many of them...
So Celtic have finally appointed Nicky Hammond as their Head of Football Operations, a fancy title which you can interpret in any way you want...
Last night, The Daily Record has a reporter doing a minute by minute review of Alfredo Morelos’ 70 minutes in a Colombia shirt.
Craig Levein got a little snappy in front of the local press in Edinburgh.
UEFA last night took the decision not to close Lazio’s ground for the coming Europa League match against Celtic; it’s a decision both clubs urged the governing body not to take because it would have severely impacted on the estimated 10,000 plus travelling support.
Regular readers will know that this site has no time for either of Scotland’s two alleged “anti-sectarian charities.” People too intellectually lazy or cowardly to examine the difference between political songs and racist or sectarian ones aren’t worthy of support...
Last night’s game between England and Bulgaria made history, and all the wrong kind.
So today’s the day. Nicky Hammond will finally be confirmed as Celtic’s Head of Recruitment.
All told, one of the shining lights from the game last night was Ryan Christie.
Jermaine Defoe’s Ibrox success is shaming of Scottish football.
In 2006, OJ Simpson and a Hollywood screenwriter and occasional ghost-writer called Pablo Fenjves completed a project which would prove to be as controversial as anything else from Simpson’s life...
20,000 people turned out to see that last night. In teeming rain.
Last month I did a piece on how Stephen O’Donnell’s fantastic book Tangled Up In Blue was so close to the knuckle, and did such a job of challenging the long held media narrative on what happened at Rangers, that mainstream media sites refused to review it...
Friday was a red-letter day for Scottish football, with King being censured by the City of London.
Earlier this week, I published my first article in a while when I did something on the stories that linked us with our former midfielder Victor Wanyama.
Welcome to the latest episode of 20 Minute Tims. The international break is finally over and there’s loads to discuss this week, including; *Celtic get back on the goals trail by hitting 6 past Ross County *The performances of Mo Elyounoussi, Jeremie Frimpong and Odsonne Edouard among others *The return of European action as Italian giants Lazio come to down in the clash we’re reluctantly calling ‘The Di Canio Derby’ (not really) *And Nick Hammond is confirmed as Celtic’s Football Operations Guy or someth...
Mickey is joined this week by J.P & Mick and they discuss the 6-0 win over Ross County, upcoming fixtures against Lazio & Aberdeen, and the ‘Fantasy 5’s’ is back, this time with a select of obscure heroes...
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15:00 19 October 2019
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