Monthly Archives: May 2011

Celtic 3 – 0 Motherwell: Consummate performance earns Scottish Cup

In the last game of the 2010-11 season, Neil Lennon’s remarkable and eventful first full campaign was rewarded with the Scottish Cup at Hampden. A fabulous strike from Ki Sung-Yeung, a deflected Mark Wilson effort (credited to Stephen Craigan) and … Continue reading

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Hearts 0 – 3 Celtic: Superb win marred by nonsense

Celtic took the race for the SPL title to the final day after a comprehensive victory over Hearts at Tynecastle last night. But once again for Celtic and Neil Lennon in particular, the superb performance was overshadowed by typical anti-Celtic … Continue reading

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We are all Neil Lennon

It’s with great sadness that this blog yet again is forced to lose focus on the football, and regrettably skirt around the appalling incident that happened midway through Celtic’s 3-0 win over Hearts at Tynecastle. Here a supporter managed to … Continue reading

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Kilmarnock 0 – 2 Celtic: Commons stunner calms nerves as win eked out

A thunderbolt from Kris Commons calmed nerves as Celtic ran out 2-0 winners at Rugby Park today. Scott Brown’s diving header late into first half injury time made it 1-0, but as Celtic failed to convince Commons lashed in his … Continue reading

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Celtic 4 – 1 Dundee Utd: Celtic hit four but should’ve had more

With Rangers having played 2 more games and being 4 points ahead, Celtic hosted a tricky Dundee Utd on Sunday afternoon. Despite the best efforts of the likes of Steven Naismith to pile on the pressure (with nonsense tabloid filler), … Continue reading

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