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It’s not about money or medals, it’s about the feeling you get after a performance like that...
If they SPFL can force James Forrest, Callum McGregor, Ryan Christie and Greg Taylor to play Hibs, Hearts and Aberdeen on December 15, 18 and 21 it shouldn’t be a problem getting the same players to turn out for Celtic on March 21 followed by Scotland duty on March 26 and 31...
Just before the hour mark Cyprus were awarded a free kick wide on the right, as Taylor gently rolled the ball away Jason Demetriou arrived late on the scene and put his boot into Taylor above the knee...
I’m really pleased Ryan Jack is in there – he’s got something I think we’ve missed since Scott Brown...
Continue reading “Team News: Taylor starts alongside Ryan Jack with Naismith as Scotland captain!
“The United Kingdom has one of the lowest rates of unpaid tax anywhere in the world...
The financier indicated that they were aware of other groups that had looked at Rangers in 2010 and 2011 and said: “It is a fantastic club but the tax situation hanging over it was a huge concern...
The winger joined Celtic from Karpaty Lviv in January but has been restricted to just two substitute appearances- against Nomme Kalju and Ross County- since his switch...
Almost at the same time as HMRC were issuing their statement the Daily Record has claimed that former Rangers players have had £70m knocked off their overdue tax bills!
What prospective buyer would be put off buying Scotland’s establishment club by faceless keyboard warriors?
It was first expected he would miss around three to four weeks, but his agent Dudu Dahan revealed he will be on the sidelines for a longer period of time...
‘Fascinating lack of facts and balance’ Times reporter Spiers under attack as he just justifies ‘HMRC tax error’
Why this is newsworthy when the current club is short of £10m and facing a January bill to Sports Direct running to ‘many millions of pounds’ is the big question...
By joining the MLS side on a long loan, he has time to make himself at home – a luxury that wasn’t available to him previously...
‘Something big and bad is going down, better watch out’ Genuine football expert reacts to fiction in The Times
It’s unlikely that there is a major creditor like HMRC agitating in the background for payment but with £1m/month losses every payroll is a strain...
Follow Follow has a long history of howling at the moon after backing Craig Whyte and Charles Green to the hilt many contributors would like to see a statue erected to Dave King for his unstinting backing...
Detailing the £50m blunder The Times gives a breakdown of £26m with other undisclosed figures apparently in the pipeline...
“Who would leave Celtic?
Unless more money is pumped in from ‘investors’ the only way to keep the lights on will be to sell players in January but since Steven Gerrard arrived the only worthwhile transfer business has been the £2m transfer of Josh Windass to Wigan...
There are more than a few Celtic themed man-caves out there but the folk at Celtic Canvas Art have gone the whole hog by creating a room that makes you feel like you are sitting in the centre circle at Celtic Park!
Welcome to the latest episode of 20 Minute Tims Another BUMPER episode this week as we’re discussing; *Celtic’s sensational win over Italian giants away from home *Fraser Forster’s performances *Qualifying for European knockout rounds with two games to spare *A professional victory while back on domestic business against Motherwell *Jonny Hayes *John Kennedy *Christopher Jullien All this and much more on TMT#197 You can help support the production of these podcasts, as well as gaining access to over 170 e...
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