Monthly Archives: March 2011

Celtic 1 – 2 Rangers: Under-siege, underperformance

Celtic’s hope of a dream treble season went up in smoke this Sunday afternoon, after  a tired and unmotivated display against Rangers in the last Scottish League Cup Final to be sponsored by CIS Insurance. With a frustrated Neil Lennon … Continue reading

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The 67 Fanzine Launched

A new fanzine has hit the Celtic community this weekend in time for the CIS Cup Final encounter with Rangers. From the website: We take a look at the vile abuse Neil Lennon has received in the 11 years that … Continue reading

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Inverness CT 1 – 2 Celtic: Ledley heads Celtic into Semis in scrappy affair

In traditionally one of the toughest periods of the season, at one of the toughest away venues in the SPL, Celtic emerged victorious on the banks of the Moray Firth after a hard-fought scrap with Inverness Caley. Celtic Lineup The greatest concern … Continue reading

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Player Profile: Gary Hooper – More than just a penalty box poacher?

The English Football Leagues are becoming rather familiar territory for Celtic’s scouting team and fans alike. Recent signings have been a mixed bag, ranging from the excellent Kris Commons (Derby, 2011) to the disastrous Mo Camara (Burnley, 2005) or the … Continue reading

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Celtic 1-0 Rangers: The good, the bad and the ugly

Celtic are through to the quarter finals of the Scottish Cup after a tumultuous win over Old Firm rivals Rangers at Parkhead. But the occasion was defined not by the football on show, but personal conflict, petty arguments and most … Continue reading

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