Before I get to the main point of the piece, let me say this; that first half was dire.
Neil Has A Big Decision To Make With His Tactics Going Forward. Our Season Hinges On What He Decides.
The more our squad’s minor injury problems clear up the more we are going to learn about how Neil Lennon wants to set this team up in the second half of the campaign...
Kris Boyd has released a statement this evening, in the midst of the criticism over his comments about Leigh Griffiths.
I had to laugh at the headlines involving Tyrese Campbell this morning.
With all the furore surrounding Kris Boyd one other major incident from the midweek game has been grossly under examined.
This morning, the news broke that Celtic have formally made a complaint to Sky about Kris Boyd’s comments about Leigh Griffiths.
Over the last couple of years, it has become increasingly apparent that Sky Sports do not take Scottish football seriously.
When the media says one thing and Celtic’s manager says another, I know exactly who I believe.
Regular readers will be well aware that I support the policy of building our team around a handful of talented Scottish players.
For the second game in a row, let’s talk tactics.
When the manager addressed the media yesterday, he did so with a slight snark.
Neil Lennon spoke to the media yesterday and in the course of it he lamented the three SPL clubs who play on artificial surfaces.
Today we’ve truly entered the realms of both the ridiculous and the sublime.
There are ten days of the transfer window left. What have we done with the three weeks that have already come and gone? Signed one player, and there’s another on the way.
On Sunday, I posted the latest piece in the Keith Jackass series, my own take on the warped standards of the Scottish press.
It was interesting to read The Sun’s “Exclusive” on Celtic’s EPL plan over the weekend.
The news that Celtic scouts have watched Lawrence Shankland has to be the least surprising revelation in the history of Scottish football.
Leigh Griffiths is facing a broad range of SFA sanctions after he made a gesture yesterday which appeared to mock the deaf...
Yesterday at Firhill, Neil did some experimenting. I enjoyed what I saw.
Right on cue, Sevco answered the SFA’s citation from Friday night with yet another bizarre statement, one of those ones written as if by a capering, gibbering loon in a secure unit.
So Celtic have signed a striker, which everyone agreed we definitely needed, and a midfielder is on the way...
With Their Decision To Cite Sevco For Misconduct, The Last Act Of The SFA’s Little Farce Is Complete.
The SFA’s little farce is now complete. Morelos and his “third yellow card” is an insult to our collective intelligence, and the news tonight closes the circle.
There has been much speculation about Leigh Griffiths lately; Neil Lennon today suggested that he is fit and ready for the next part of the campaign.