Monthly Archives: March 2012

Rangers 3 – 2 Celtic: Rangers benefit from poor Celtic & early red card

With the league title all but wrapped up, Neil Lennon hadn’t experienced a more “meaningless” Glasgow derby since his very first attempt as manager back in 2010. These encounters are so often decided by (the old cliché) – who ‘wants … Continue reading

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Kilmarnock punish stale Celtic performance to win Cup

Kilmarnock lifted the Scottish Communities League Cup on Sunday, after making Celtic pay for a stale performance which lacked focus and urgency. That’s not to take away from Kenny Shiels’ side, who were the opposite – precisely organised with carefully … Continue reading

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Dundee Utd 0 – 4 Celtic: Neilsen red-card undermines Houston’s plans

The 4-0 scoreline is a tad unfair on ten man Dundee Utd, with Robbie Neilsen’s early dismissal for a clumsy elbow on Georgios Samaras proving pivotal. After a stodgy start, Neil Lennon’s tactical intervention also helped swing the tie in … Continue reading

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Zheng Zhi – Brief Profile

This post has been done as  a request, so strictly speaking wouldn’t normally have been available. Written basically in 10 minutes and off the top of my head, I’d appreciate any corrections or any views you might add. Cheers. Towards … Continue reading

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Aberdeen 1 – 1 Celtic: Dons halt Celtic’s winning run in perfect storm

Aberdeen ended Celtic’s 17 match winning streak in the SPL, after claiming a draw at Pittodre. With Neil Lennon concerned with fatigue within his squad following the midweek internationals, the Dons took advantage of an unfamiliar and jaded Celtic. Though … Continue reading

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