To win a league title, to unfurl that flag, to lift that trophy and to wear the champions medal with pride takes days, weeks, months and even years of hard work. It doesn’t happen overnight but you’d be forgiven for thinking it’s easy with the way Celtic are dominating the division this season.
The Offensive Behaviour at Football Act came into law in 2012. We’re four years down the line and it has become clear the law is unworkable, discriminatory and a damaging chapter in the relationship between football fans, our police force and politicians.
Sunday’s game at Hampden will end up being one of the most enjoyable, if not the most enjoyable, occasions of the season. Despite being told ‘the gap is closing’, the gulf in quality on the pitch was as large a gap as we’ve seen in Scotland over the last half decade. Added to that the […]
The start to season 2016/17 has been quite remarkable, especially when it comes to domestic competition. 11 wins in the league with just a solitary draw against Inverness leaves Celtic way in front of nearest rivals Aberdeen and we look a sure thing for a 6th domestic league title on the spin. But just how […]
There’s barely a day goes by when Massimo Donati doesn’t think about Celtic. The Italian only spent two short seasons in the East End of Glasgow. But his Celtic memories will last a lifetime.
“The biggest thing for me is having a team of substance, one supporters enjoy watching.” Brendan Rodgers, 25th November 2016 If that’s the stated aim of Brendan Rodgers’ Celtic team then he’s already done his job, retired and is currently basking in the afterglow of a successful career.
This is our brand new podcast, available on Soundcloud and your favourite podcast apps like Pocket Casts. We’re currently under review on iTunes but expect to be there later in the day. In the first episode Hamish, Paul & John talk about embarking on a new Celtic project and review the action from Sunday’s stunning League […]