Monthly Archives: October 2010

3 Goals, 3 Points, 1 Clean Sheet

Celtic grabbed a second victory in 4 days at McDiarmid park this morning – and this time there would be no surging comeback from St Johnstone. Manager Neil Lennon opted for an unfamiliar and unconventional 4-4-2. One of the first … Continue reading

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Celts Survive Tale of Two Halves

Who would’ve thought that with Celtic 3-0 up after 13 minutes, by the end of the game they would be clinging on for dear life?   After suffering at the hands of their arch-rivals Rangers, where Celtic deployed a conservative-ish … Continue reading

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Celtic 1 – 3 Rangers

Young upstart caught in old enemy’s trap Rangers came from behind to grab victory at Celtic Park, in Lennon’s first SPL defeat since taking over as manager in March this year. This away victory had all the hall-marks of the … Continue reading

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Celtic Vs Rangers – Tactical Preview: Rangers

Rangers’ previous match employed the standard European Walter Smith “Wattenaccio” tactic of 5-4-1. This formation is generally reserved for the toughest of matches – not for general SPL fare, and on Wednesday it was on full display against Spain’s Valencia … Continue reading

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Dundee Utd 1 – 2 Celtic – Full-backs Crucial as Celtic Steal Late Win

Celtic dominate yet struggle to run away with all 3 points. In the final match before the first Old Firm of the season, all eyes were on Neil Lennon’s team selection for this difficult trip to Tannadice. Cha Du Ri … Continue reading

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