Stuart Armstrong is the latest in a long and ever increasing line of Celtic players to be linked with a big money move down south to the riches and glamour of the English Premiership; in his case the talented midfielder has been associated with a potential transfer to the likes of Southampton (which Celt hasn’t … Continue reading The Armstrong Dilemma
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
A first half strike from Stuart Armstrong was enough to secure a seventh straight league victory for Celtic in a hard fought encounter at Rugby Park and see the Champions open up a 13 point lead at the top of the table with just a third of the season gone. At the end of a … Continue reading Kilmarnock vs. Celtic: Narrow win for Bhoys in Pink
Scotland snatching defeat from the jaws of victory; it’s hardly news and with every passing failed qualification campaign it becomes more and more predictable. However, this time is probably one of the hardest failures to take in recent years given the optimism around Gordon Strachan and his team. An optimism that is perhaps unfounded and … Continue reading Where Now for Scotland?
Deila’s Team has Come of Age Celtic’s performance over both legs against Inter Milan was almost unrecognisable from the embarrassing and shoddy displays against Legia and Maribor at the start of the season. So bad were the performances in those ties that a significant number of fans and media ‘experts’ were prematurely calling for Deila’s … Continue reading 5 Things we Learned: Celtic Vs. Inter Milan