Monthly Archives: April 2011

Rangers 0 – 0 Celtic: Celtic narrowly miss out on decisive 3 points

Sunday’s seventh and final Old Firm encounter of the season suffered the burden of more off-field controversy than the norm, no thanks to the work of one (or a handful of) lunatic. But keeping strictly to football matters, this also … Continue reading

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Kilmarnock 0 – 4 Celtic: Defensive mistakes punished by Commons & Hooper

Celtic matched Rangers with a 4-0 away victory after travelling to Rugby Park on Wednesday evening. A brace from Kris Commons followed by efforts from Gary Hooper and Anthony Stokes punished an unfamiliar and unorganised Kilmarnock defence. The visiting support … Continue reading

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Aberdeen 0 – 4 Celtic: Sturdy red defence undermined then overwhelmed

Craig Brown is unable to improve a dreadful record against Celtic in all competition this season after losing for a fifth time. And while he was only in charge for four of these (with Mark McGhee responsible for the 9-0 … Continue reading

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St Johnstone 0 – 1 Celtic: Route 1 proves to be just as difficult

Celtic laboured to a one-nil win over St Johnstone last night, opting for route 1 football in an attempt to bypass a treacherous McDiarmid Park surface. Celtic Lineup In the analysis of the St Mirren fixture, it was pointed out … Continue reading

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Celtic 1 – 0 St Mirren: Stubborn St Mirren frustrate under-par Celtic

Celtic struggled to come away with all three points today against a well organised, defensive St Mirren outfit. A stodgy, poor performance preceded a late goal from substitute Kris Commons to stretch the lead at the top of the SPL … Continue reading

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Celtic 3 – 1 Hibernian: Stokes & Hooper too hot to handle

Celtic move 2 points clear at the summit of the SPL table after a comfortable 3-1 victory over Hibernian. The fixture was decided in a blistering first half, with Anthony Stokes outstanding, linking up with strike partner Gary Hooper. What … Continue reading

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Classic TicTacTic – European Cup Final 1970: Celtic 1 – 2 Feyenoord

With no SPL football this weekend for Celtic and in a change from the usual tictactic blogging,  it’s time to take a look back at one of the most memorable Celtic matches of all time. In this first installment of … Continue reading

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