Monthly Archives: November 2010

Celtic 2-2 Inverness CT: More defensive woes for Lennon as 3-5-2 experiment falls flat

Inverness maintained their impressive away record by coming from 2 behind to hold Celtic to a draw at Parkhead. The match was at risk of postponement due to the continuing refereeing crisis and the unseasonally heavy snowfall, but Alain Hamer … Continue reading

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Celtic 1:1 Dundee Utd – Failure to score second or defend first proves costly

Neil Lennon’s Bhoys are left frustrated after throwing away 2 points to a stubborn Dundee Utd side. Gary Hooper opened the scoring after 22 minutes with a fine shot on the turn, before Celtic spurned numerous chances and let the … Continue reading

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St Mirren 0 – 1 Celtic: Good subs overcome stubborn Buddies

With off-field shenanigans coming to dominate the head-lines of late, it was a relief for a game to go by where the main talking point was the football. A below par Celtic needed a 92nd minute goal to take all … Continue reading

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Hearts 2 – 0 Celtic: No excuses for Celtic as Templeton torments

Glasgow Celtic have been dominating the back pages of the newspapers this last few days, yet incredibly it’s matters off the park that’s eclipsed the incredible 9-0 victory over Aberdeen at the weekend. And while the debates over Poppy flowers, … Continue reading

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Celtic 9 – 0 Aberdeen: Tactics take a back-seat as Dons hammered

For all the thought and preparation Mark McGhee must’ve put into this game, not even in the depths of his worst nightmare could he have imagined the horror that unfolded at Celtic Park this afternoon, as Aberdeen crumbled to an … Continue reading

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