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Regular followers of this infrequently updated blog will know the script with Celtic signings of late...
With Brendan Rodgers widely being hailed as Scottish football’s most ambitious managerial appointment since Martin O’Neill, pre-season has given us an opportunity to see how his plans are coming together ahead of their Champions League 2nd round qualifier against Lincoln Red Imps...
Ciftci, Scepovic and why Celtic should cease and desist from their never-ending search for a targetman
In a one-off special, and due to a lack of updates, Celtic fan and excellent football writer Scott Fleming (@sfcalcio) has stepped in to the breach to consider Celtic’s unremitting hunt for the next Chris Sutton...
Celtic’s 2-1 victory over Hearts on May 15th 2010 marked not only the final match of the 2009-10 season, but also Aiden McGeady’s final match for his boyhood club...
As Christian Wulff neatly observed on twitter: Celtic’s issue was casting away the shackles of self-doubt, with the opening fifteen minutes reminiscent of certain 90’s/00’s Celtic-in-Europe sides – overawed and panicky in the face of more illustrious opposition...
Scotland are on their best form since 2007 after landing a tough 1-0 victory in Warsaw...
Fraser Forster’s clean-sheet record came to an end after 1256 minutes of football.
In January 2011, just hours after signing Kris Commons had already provided his first surprise: a delicate, floated chip over Jamie Langfield’s head of the nuanced type that Shunsuke Nakamura or Lubomir Moravcik might once have produced – but...
Tommy Wright successfully set out St Johnstone in the archetypal way to play against Celtic: deep, narrow and fully physical.
Celtic suffered their biggest European defeat since Artmedia in 2005, as Barcelona floated to a 6-1 victory at Camp Nou ending a disappointing Champions League run.
The World-Cup play-offs gave Scotland a good opportunity to measure up against relatively similar-strength sides...
While it wasn’t as blatant as Bayern Leverkusen’s winner against Hoffenheim in Germany last night, Paul Heffernan’s opener for Hibs was every bit as bogus...
In the STV Google+ chat previewing last night’s tie, my closing “in a nutshell” statement was that Celtic would primarily need the rub of the green, and for lone striker Georgios Samaras to bring others into play in the final Con...
Casual Celtic almost threw away a 3-0 lead after Sammy Clingan and Sean Clohessy hauled two soft goals back for the hosts...
Celtic suffered yet more heartbreak in Italy after an energy-sapping disappointment against Milan...
Celtic are in Milan on Wednesday to face their third Italian side in as many seasons...
A Celtic State of Mind was named as the UK’s Best Football Podcast at the prestigious 2018 Football Blogging Awards.
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