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Game-Changing Rodgers Announcement Was Timed To Perfection

Game-Changing Rodgers Announcement Was Timed To Perfection

As a former political activist, I am well versed in the reasons why political parties and major organisations often leak bad news on a Friday night. It’s because not many people read the Saturday papers, but there are exceptions and sports...read more »

Roberts Starts For Celtic. No Place For Commons Or Rogic.

Roberts Starts For Celtic. No Place For Commons Or Rogic.

Ronny Deila has decided to go with Patrick Roberts today. His decision is a fantastic move, one that virtually assures our dominance in this, one of his most important games since becoming manager. The Scottish Cup Final now beckons for Celtic. This...read more »

Beware The Man In Black: The Only Person On The Pitch Who Can Stop Us

Beware The Man In Black: The Only Person On The Pitch Who Can Stop Us

Come tomorrow, there will be only one person on the pitch capable of taking the game away from Celtic, and that’s Craig Thomson. Yesterday, Ronny Deila appeared to echo this sentiment when he “joked” that the team has been practicing...read more »

On The Road To Hampden, Celtic Stroll As Sevco Stumble

On The Road To Hampden, Celtic Stroll As Sevco Stumble

If you listen very carefully, you’ll notice the tone surrounding the coming Scottish Cup semi final has changed ever so slightly in the last couple of weeks. It’s really been something. As it’s done so, the pressure has begun to tell on...read more »

Desperate Hacks Still Trying To Turn Sevco Semi Final Into Something More

Desperate Hacks Still Trying To Turn Sevco Semi Final Into Something More

Today, David McCarthy at The Record is gushing, like a fanboy, over the coming semi-final between Celtic and Sevco. The article has all the usual nonsense in it; a re-tread of the Survival Myth, suggestions as to why Sevco will win,...read more »

As Brown Wins His 50th Cap The Stats Reveal How Anti-Celtic National Team Selection Once Was

As Brown Wins His 50th Cap The Stats Reveal How Anti-Celtic National Team Selection Once Was

Scott Brown will win his 50th Scotland cap tonight, and he will join an elite group of footballers to have been given that recognition by this country. It’s a huge accomplishment, especially when you consider that he will join a mere...read more »

Financial Crisis Swirls Around Ibrox Again, But Where Is The SFA?

Financial Crisis Swirls Around Ibrox Again, But Where Is The SFA?

Much of the discussion over on Facebook and elsewhere on the article I posted earlier revolves around the SFA and what they are doing about the unfolding crisis at Ibrox. Before I get to that, I think it’s important to point...read more »

Ronny Deila Will Beat Warburton Because He Understands The Art Of War

Ronny Deila Will Beat Warburton Because He Understands The Art Of War

“What is it they say? That war’s a moral contest and they’re won in the temples before they’re ever fought?” – John F Kennedy, 13 Days. So speaks a smart man. In the case above, whether apocryphal or not, the President of...read more »

A Beautiful Pain: Looking Back At Jinky

A Beautiful Pain: Looking Back At Jinky

I never watched the magnificent Jimmy Johnstone play football. I never had that pleasure, which I am sure would have been sublime, except for in videos and on DVD’s. I never got to stand on the terraces and see him in full...read more »

The SFA’s Department Of Honest Mistakes Should Keep Us Awake At Night

The SFA’s Department Of Honest Mistakes Should Keep Us Awake At Night

Four years ago this month, Celtic went to Ibrox to win the title. What followed was one of the most disreputable and despicable refereeing performances I have ever seen. Celtic conceded a tenth minute goal. Eighteen minutes later we lost Cha Du-Ri...read more »

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