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Nathan Dunn explains all. New writer for TJDS, Nathan Dunn, explains in his first article how Celtic will be benefiting to American audiences this year with ESPN’s new coverage.
Gabbo gabbo gabbo Everyone is saying announcement this, and announcement that, but no one is saying right back this, or another loan that! The rumours are rife that we’re making some big announcement today and many seem to believe it’s Victor Wanyama returning to the club, possibly on a loan, but the basis for this has been nothing but vague whatsapp interactions and someone mentioning how ‘Paul The Tim said it’s true anaw’.
Read that in the Andy Gray voice It’s often the case that a player who hasn’t played in quite some time for us gets a lot better, without kicking a ball, and his reputation is majorly enhanced.
This is big news lads. A few days ago, some saddos, including me in an ironic sense, felt it was highly dubious that new on-loan signing, Oliver Burke, had ‘55’ in his Twitter Handle, especially at a time Rangers fans are making big noises about going for their 55th league title.
Try and get over it lads. The ‘support’ for Tom Rogic on this site is ..unique, to say the least to you can imagine my complete lack of interest or care that he’ll be missing against Rangers on the 29th.
It’s official – I’m overweight! It’s also official that we will be playing Valencia in the next round of the Europa League.
Well in Ryany Bhoy After a string of superb performances for club and country, it was no surprise that Ryan ‘No good enough for us according to certain outspoken Celtic superfans’ Christie picked up the November player of the month award.
That treble treble is gonnae win itsel Another trip to Hampden under Brendan Rodgers ended with another piece of silverware to make it seven trophies from seven domestic competitions, and as always, it was as routine as you’ll get.
I predict it The last international break of the season done and dusted then, and Celtic got back to domestic duty with yet another routine win over a team that will survive relegation once more this season due to the teams around them being a lot worse...
Groan I normally see these articles designed to noise up fans, rack up the hits for online tabloids and essentially ‘get a reaction’ which is the end goal.
I can be quite critical of Celtic on here, I’m the first to admit that, but after thrashing Hearts and beating Leipzig, a goalless draw at the Anthony Macaroni Arena yesterday was probably a fair result and considering the effort put into Thursday’s game, it would be extremely harsh to shout and bawl about dropping two points, as we’re still back at the top of the league...
Tomorrow’s game is officially not a ‘must win’, but it is one we should be aiming to take three points from to spare the definitive must win match against the best team in the group – Salzburg – after this upcoming encounter with their caffeine loving cousins.
The momentum must carry on I wasn’t about to do the official shoot prediction for Hearts on Friday there due to work commitments, but I was going to say we’d win 5-0 anyway so that’s two in a row for me.
Steven, thank you. A routine win for Celtic, another pitiful defeat for Rangers.
Kidding on. Thanks for opening the link. Of course, I am not going to subject the readers to a ‘Here’s the lowdown on the German hotshots’ or a ‘what we need to know’ regarding Thursday’s opponents RB Leipzig, we all follow fitba, we know they’re a German team who had a financial advantage when the war was over and the Red Bulls had won plus more importantly that they’re no mugs and even beat Rangers in a glamour European one off match in January 2017...
They really need to do one. The ongoing concern and rage after a poor European display followed by another routine domestic thumping is going to be a cycle we’ll need to get used to this season, but no one could have expected the complete decimation handed out to a club that are quickly becoming one of my most hated to play against in this league.
Rangers never Celtic forever ..this week at least. Up until the weekend there, Rangers were getting the plaudits for drawing with Villarreal, and smashing heavyweights like St Johnstone and Ayr at Ibrox.
The bout to knock the other guy out ..again! Brendan Rodgers has sensationally revealed he is capable of an RTP today, when he had a dig at Craig Levein, and Hearts over the potential state of the pitch at Hampden Mania a month from now.
We’ll smash these jobbers imo After Friday’s howling performance and disappointing result against St Mirren, Celtic are back, but thanks to negligence from the manager, certain players and the board over the summer we’re not in the Champions League, but the Europa League, which is still nothing to be snobby about, but a game yet again versus Rosenborg is one nobody is that excited by...
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