Celtic, thanks to goals from James Forrest and Moussa Dembele, claimed their 4th successive domestic honour today with a victory over Motherwell in the BetFred Cup Final at Hampden Park. With the majority of the pre-match build-up focused on how Celtic would react to their midweek thrashing at the hands of PSG and how Motherwell’s … Continue reading 4 out of 4 for Brendan and the Bhoys
On Sunday, May 15th, 2016, Ronnie Deila led his Celtic team out for the final time before his two-year tenure at Celtic Park came to an end. Deila's reign at Celtic promised much but due to several unfortunate incidents, including that potentially Treble stopping handball against Inverness in the Scottish Cup semi-final, and a lost … Continue reading The Bhoys They Couldn’t Beat
Improving on last season’s Invincible Treble winning squad within the strict confines of the Celtic transfer budget was always going to prove to be a difficult task for Brendan Rodgers and his backroom team. Faced with overcoming Celtic’s famously frugal board, it was highly unlikely that any high profile or high value transfers in to … Continue reading Celtic Summer Transfer Window 2017
The Scottish Premiership resumes tomorrow night (Wednesday) with runaway League leaders Celtic hosting fifth placed St. Johnstone at Celtic Park. The Hoops dominated League proceedings pre-winter break and little has happened so far during the January transfer window to suggest that things will change in the second period of the season. The Hoops have managed … Continue reading Celtic Vs. St. Johnstone: Match Preview
Over the years Celtic Park has played host to some of the most prolific goal scorers in Scottish football history; the likes of Larsson, Dalglish, McClair and McGrory having all etched their names into Celtic folklore thanks to their goal scoring exploits. However, since Larsson’s departure in 2004 Celtic have struggled to fill the void … Continue reading Moussa Dembele: Scottish Football’s First £20 million Man?
Part 1 of this mid season squad review focussed on the performance of the Goalkeepers and Defenders so far this season and where, if anywhere, in the back line could do with freshening up. The findings: to achieve expectations domestically there is no need to sign a new keeper or defender in January. The backline … Continue reading Pre-January Transfer Window Squad Review Pt2: Midfield and Attack