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A Nervy Night On The Big Stage

A Nervy Night On The Big Stage

Last night we won our first leg qualifier. But it was tight. It was tighter than McCoist trying to get into an old pair of jeans. It was tenser than many of us expected it to be. Maybe that was the problem. Did we take...read more »

Daily Record Scammed By Celtic Fan’s Story

Daily Record Scammed By Celtic Fan’s Story

The Daily Record is tonight (as ever) the laughing stock of Celtic cyberspace after publishing a fans group's jokey story as actual news. The rib-tickling tale of how the Doha Celtic Supporters Club was forced to change its plans for a...read more »

Transfers & Tribulations

Transfers & Tribulations

We’re almost back in the silly season, friends, and the headlines today prove it. The closer we come to the last 30 days of the transfer window the more some people fret and flail. The more some lose their minds completely. Van Dijk...read more »

Final Friendly Ends. Hostilities Set To Resume.

Final Friendly Ends. Hostilities Set To Resume.

Celtic today wrapped up their pre-season preparations with a very credible 2-0 victory over Rennes at a nearly deserted Parkhead. Goals from Griffiths and Gary Mackay Steven, both in the first half, took care of the visitors today, and allowed Ronny...read more »

Sevco Managing Director Snubbed In SPFL Election Bid

Sevco Managing Director Snubbed In SPFL Election Bid

Stewart Robertson, the new managing director of Sevco, has failed in his bid to be elected to the SPFL board today. Ann Budge also lost out in her bid to become an executive member. This is a blow not only to the...read more »

Celtic Set To Fill Left Back Slot

Celtic Set To Fill Left Back Slot

At last, at long last, Celtic look as if they are moving to secure cover for Emilio Izaguirre. Ronny Deila has apparently made this his number one priority. About time too. Reports today have us linked, again, with German fullback Marcel Halstenberg but...read more »

The Great Unknown

The Great Unknown

Scottish football can be a parochial wee place at times, especially our media, and most especially when it comes to passing judgement on Celtic signings. For a while during the 90’s, whilst Rangers were signing players such as Gabriel Amato, a...read more »

The Path Of Champions

The Path Of Champions

So, today our Champions League fate is generally known, with us heading east should we manage to defeat Stjarnan, a simple enough task, you’d think, as we’re already a couple of goals up from the home leg. On paper, the path...read more »

The King Of The Dead Ball

The King Of The Dead Ball

For an all-too brief period of time, from 2005 – 2009, Celtic Park played host to a footballing legend, who was, whilst at Paradise, the greatest player of his kind anywhere in the world. We didn’t know it when we signed...read more »

Media Tries To Influence SPFL Vote

Media Tries To Influence SPFL Vote

With the SPFL AGM looming, the Scottish press is busy trying to swing the vote for members of the Executive Committee. In an article for The Daily Record today, Michael Gannon has said that it is time that three of Scotland’s...read more »