Honved – Paksi: Honved in Cruise Control

Goals from Filip Holender (2) and one time Liverpool and Ross County striker David N’gog saw Honved ease to a comfortable 3-0 victory over visitors Paksi in Round 25 of the NB1 season.  The result keeps Honved in the chase for European qualification while leaving Paksi in mid-table and 6-points above the relegation zone. A... Continue Reading →


Dundee – Celtic: Celts to Visit Happy Hunting Ground

Dens Park has been a happy hunting ground for Celtic in recent seasons, victory tomorrow would see the Hoops take another small step towards 8-in-a-row. Celtic travel to Dens Park tomorrow with the knowledge that by the time kick-off comes around their lead at the top of the table could be reduced to just 5... Continue Reading →

Brendan says Goodbye, Neil says Hello

As pop pixie Nelly Furtado ominously foretold back in 2006 ‘All Good Things (Come to an End), and so today, 26th February 2019, Brendan Rodgers 21/2 reign as manager of Celtic Football Club has come to an abrupt halt. During his time at the club, the Northern Irishman secured an unprecedented level of domestic success,... Continue Reading →

MTK v Paksi: Remili Makes the Difference

After a break of what seemed like forever, although in actual fact it was one of the shortest winter breaks in NB1 history, the Hungarian top division kicked back into action over the weekend. The standout game on the opening fixture list of the Spring season was undoubtedly the Budapest derby, and Saturday evening kick-off,... Continue Reading →

A Very Celtic Transfer Window

January is traditionally the month where football fans test their already stretched sanity to the full, hoping against hope their club can pull off a masterstroke, or two, in the transfer window.  More often than not, the excitement of the transfer window drags out to the dying embers of DEADLINE DAY.  Fans from all over... Continue Reading →

2018 Hungarian Football Review

Hungarian football may no longer be at the pinnacle of the world game as it once was in the era of Puskas, Kocsis, and the Aranycsapat (Golden Team) however 2018 has seen a mini-resurgence in the national game, and the restoration of some much-needed pride. Sure, it’s been a mixed year of highs – MOL... Continue Reading →

Rosenborg Vs. Celtic: Win or Bust?

Trondheim; host city of newly crowned Norwegian Eliteserien champions Rosenborg, and fast becoming a home away from home for Celtic in European competition due to the frequency of visits in recent seasons, will tonight stage the third meeting of the two sides on Norwegian soil in less than 18-months. Unlike the previous two encounters, both... Continue Reading →

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