Should Celts Marsch to a Different Beat?

Of all the names linked to the Celtic job in recent weeks possibly the most intriguing is that of Red Bull Salzburg’s American coach Jesse Marsch. Not so long ago the prospect of an American coaching at one of European football’s top clubs would have been scoffed at, however, Marsch has built such a strong... Continue Reading →

NBII Matchday 29 Preview: Szuper Sunday

After one week at the summit of the NBII, Vasas vacated top spot last weekend after succumbing to a meek 1-0 defeat at Szolnok, allowing Debrecen to return to the top following their own 2-0 success at home to Kaposvar; a game in which Balazs Dzsudzsak finally opened his NBII account. Form sides Ajka and... Continue Reading →

Watching the Dream Turn Into a Nightmare

It was supposed to be the season where Celtic would complete a decade of dominance in the Scottish game by claiming a 10th successive league title.  Yet, 6 months into the season and the dream has turned into a nightmare of the clubs own making thanks to a combination of complacency, arrogance, and incompetence. Taking... Continue Reading →

Standing on the Cusp of History

It started in August 2016 with a 5-0 demolition job on Motherwell in the League Cup second round and, this afternoon at Hampden Park, Celtic’s quest for an historic Quadruple Treble will come to its conclusion against Heart of Midlothian; the side against whom Celtic sealed the Treble Treble way back in May 2019. Despite... Continue Reading →

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