Category Archives: Motherwell

Motherwell 0 – 3 Celtic: Champions get experimental with 3-4-2-1

With all competitions decided, it was only natural for Neil Lennon to try out new ideas; new systems and players on the fringes. In Sunday’s 3-0 victory at Motherwell, he found success on both fronts – a brand new formation, … Continue reading

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Motherwell 1 – 2 Celtic: Brutal ‘Well can’t deny Celtic

Neil Lennon went 4-2-3-1 in a grueling match dubbed by many as a “must-win”. Stuart McCall’s disruptive strategy tested the visitor’s mettle, but after seeing another goal conceded early, Anthony Stokes and Gary Hooper grabbed one each for their side to seal … Continue reading

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Celtic 4 – 0 Motherwell: Perfect performance and preparation for Europa

Celtic geared up for two massive away fixtures by comfortably thrashing Stuart McCall’s poor Motherwell side. Celtic Lineup Neil Lennon’s quandary hadn’t changed: his favoured lop-sided 4-4-2 formation is designed with Kris Commons as the attacking focal point, only after a number … Continue reading

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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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Motherwell 2 – 0 Celtic: Five reasons why

Celtic travelled to Motherwell this afternoon to play on perhaps the worst surface in the SPL. Fresh off the back of a marvellous 3-0 victory over Rangers, Neil Lennon’s Bhoys looked to extend the gap at the top. Lineups The … Continue reading

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