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Helsingborg 0 – 2 Celtic: Possession key but goals win matches

A glance at the scoreline might suggest an uncharacteristically comfortable away European performance from Celtic though it was anything but. Despite Neil Lennon’s pledge to keep possession and starting with a numerical advantage in midfield, his side never looked comfortable … Continue reading

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Celtic 2 – 1 HJK: Second half improvement enough to take advantage

Celtic made a customary sloppy start to the first competitive match of the season, before improving enough to take advantage in what’s turning out to be a tougher tie than expected. Celtic Lineup The lineup was always going to be … Continue reading

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Hibernian 1 – 4 Celtic: Another poor first-half precedes comeback

Celtic had to come back from 1-0 down after a dreadful first half at Easter Road, in the Scottish League Cup Quarter-final against Hibs. The alarm bells were ringing when Neil Lennon’s side looked at sixes and sevens during the … 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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