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The evolving world of Celtic FC: a club making history for all the right reasons

Celtic Football Club made history in Scottish football last season, winning the double-treble in an unprecedented display of dominance that shows few signs of subsiding.

The Battle of Montevideo: Celtic, Racing and the brutal 1967 Intercontinental Cup

Continue reading “The Battle of Montevideo: Celtic, Racing and the brutal 1967 Intercontinental Cup” on These Football Times.

In celebration of Stiliyan Petrov: the tiger in the grass

SOME MIDFIELDERS USE THEIR POSITION to involve themselves in every aspect of a game, immersing themselves in the centre of the park the way a spider nestles at the heart of a meticulously constructed web...

These Football Times · Oct 13, 2017

What happened to Tony Watt, the Celtic teen who downed Barcelona?

WE LIVE IN A FOOTBALL WORLD WHERE MONEY IS KING, an age in which a vastly wealthy owner can bypass the traditional avenues to success...

These Football Times · Oct 13, 2017
These Football Times · Sep 13, 2017

Neil Lennon and the art of survival

FOOTBALL DOESN’T CARE WHERE YOU’VE COME FROM. It doesn’t care how hard you’ve worked, or how much you deserve a break...

These Football Times · Sep 13, 2017
These Football Times · Sep 13, 2017

Neil Lennon and the art of survival

FOOTBALL DOESN’T CARE WHERE YOU’VE COME FROM. It doesn’t care how hard you’ve worked, or how much you deserve a break...

These Football Times · Sep 13, 2017
These Football Times · Aug 25, 2017

Kenny Dalglish: a reluctant hero of contrasting qualities

Illustration by Federico Manasse Kenny Dalglish is a man of contrasting qualities...

These Football Times · Aug 25, 2017
These Football Times · Aug 25, 2017

The colossal impact of Mark Viduka

Illustration by Federico Manasse The abiding memory of Mark Viduka in the Premier League is that of a brooding bulldog forward, lazily monikered with the ‘good touch for a big man’ tag...

These Football Times · Aug 25, 2017
These Football Times · Jun 1, 2017

The game that spelled the end of John Barnes’ managerial career at the top

On a cold and wet day in February 2000, Celtic lost 3-2 at Parkhead to Hearts, meaning the Scottish giants had gone three league games without victory...

These Football Times · Jun 1, 2017
These Football Times · Feb 13, 2017

Paddy McCourt: the Derry Pelé who could’ve become a legend

You could never accuse the League of Ireland of being world-class, but over the years it has undoubtedly produced some excellent players – most of whom, admittedly, went elsewhere...

These Football Times · Feb 13, 2017
These Football Times · Nov 23, 2016

A man of decency and talent: remembering Celtic hero Tommy Burns

For most Scots and fans of poetry around the world, the surname Burns is associated with the famous 18th Century poet, Robert...

These Football Times · Nov 23, 2016
These Football Times · Oct 24, 2016

The Big Analysis: Rangers vs Celtic

In the lead up to an O** F*** game there is an adage that suggests form is no longer a factor and the outcome of the game is based solely upon who shows themselves to be most dominant...

These Football Times · Oct 24, 2016
These Football Times · Sep 12, 2016

The Big Analysis: Celtic vs Rangers

The anticipation and fanfare that surrounds the O** F*** game creates an allure that football fans around the world find infectious...

These Football Times · Sep 12, 2016
These Football Times · Jul 2, 2016

Jimmy Johnstone: celebrating the greatest Celtic player of them all

Two weeks after Celtic had become the first British team to lift the European Cup in 1967, the Bhoys travelled to Spain to play Real Madrid in a testimonial for the legendary Alfredo Di Stéfano...

These Football Times · Jul 2, 2016
These Football Times · Jun 11, 2016

The polarisation of Craig Bellamy

Few players have split opinion amongst football fans as much as Craig Bellamy...

These Football Times · Jun 11, 2016
These Football Times · Feb 26, 2016

Henrik Larsson and the cult of a king

In the 1994 World Cup quarter-final, Sweden have 13 minutes to find an equaliser as they trail Romania 2-1...

These Football Times · Feb 26, 2016
These Football Times · Feb 18, 2016

Jock Stein: the ordinary man who was anything but

This feature is part of The Masterminds series “Every manager dies a little during a game...

These Football Times · Feb 18, 2016
These Football Times · Jan 24, 2016

The relentless, restless mind of Paolo Di Canio

They are there for all to see; the burning intensity of the glare, the endless cavern of passion, and the relentless desire that seems to give advantage in any confrontation...

These Football Times · Jan 24, 2016
These Football Times · Jan 20, 2016

In celebration of Ľubomír Moravčík, Celtic’s Slovak sensation

ARRIVING AT A BIG CLUB TO LOW EXPECTATIONS can set the stage for a wonderful surprise and this was certainly true of Ľubomír Moravčík’s Celtic career...

These Football Times · Jan 20, 2016
These Football Times · Sep 20, 2015

Kenny Dalglish: a king among men

Kenny Dalglish wasn’t the most skilful player, nor was he blessed with blinding pace or immense strength, but scenes of a stealthy and intelligent Scot with straw-like hair and ice-blue eyes cutting defences apart, scoring goals seemingly at will, and lifting trophy after trophy paint the picture of one of football’s true greats...

These Football Times · Sep 20, 2015
These Football Times · May 1, 2015

The Lisbon Lions: Celtic’s most worthy heroes

Its 28 September 1966 and a crowd of over 47,000 have filled Celtic Park to watch the Bhoys in the first leg of the First Round of the European Cup...

These Football Times · May 1, 2015
These Football Times · Mar 10, 2015

In celebration of Paul McStay, Celtic’s stalwart hero

“I did a pirouette” – Paul McStay on the turn that preceded his pass to Chris Morris, January 2, 1988...

These Football Times · Mar 10, 2015
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TMT#150 – Saints & Sinners

Welcome to the latest episode of Twenty Minute Tims Celtic return from the international break and serve up a turd of a performance away to St Mirren.

The Rosenborg Reason

Welcome to the 90 Minute Cynic Podcast (@90minutecynic) with host Chris Gallagher joined by a debuting Kieran Devlin. We chat about a lot of different things in this episode and touch on: St Mirren away Hearts Title Challenge Europa League We are also joined by Ben from Football Radar to preview the upcoming game against Rosenborg. We answer questions from twitter. Follow us on Twitter: @90MinuteCynic Facebook.com/90minutecynic...

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TeamPWDLFAGDPts
1 Hearts 5 5 0 0 11 2 9 15
2 Celtic 5 3 1 1 5 2 3 10
3 Livingston 5 3 1 1 6 4 2 10
4 “Rangers” 5 2 2 1 10 5 5 8
5 Hibernian 5 2 2 1 9 6 3 8
6 St Johnstone 5 2 2 1 5 5 0 8
7 Kilmarnock 5 2 1 2 6 4 2 7
8 Aberdeen 5 1 3 1 4 5 -1 6
9 Motherwell 5 1 1 3 6 9 -3 4
10 St Mirren 5 1 1 3 3 9 -6 4
11 Hamilton Academical 5 1 0 4 3 8 -5 3
12 Dundee 5 0 0 5 2 11 -9 0

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St Mirren 0-0 Celtic Celtic FC St Mirren 0-0 Celtic at Paisley 2021 Stadium in Renfrewshire in the Ladbrokes Premiership. 2018-09-14T19:45:00+00:00 2018-09-14T21:30:00+00:00
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Celtic

Ladbrokes Premiership
19:45 14 September 2018

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Celtic v Rosenborg Celtic FC Celtic v Rosenborg at Celtic Park in Glasgow in the UEFA Europa League. 2018-09-20T20:00:00+00:00 2018-09-20T21:45:00+00:00
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UEFA Europa League
20:00 20 September 2018