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Monthly Archives: March 2010

Latvians sent out on loan to Brechin

Latvians sent out on loan to Brechin

Celtic's Latvia duo of Anton Kurakins (20) and Krisjanis Vallers (19) have gone out on loan to Brechin City until the end of the season.Both players have been regulars in this season's development squad but will now benefit from regular...read more »

Youths book final date with Rangers

Youths book final date with Rangers

Stevie Frail was delighted to see his Celtic side beat Livingston and book a final place against Rangers in the SFA Youth Cup.Greig Spence's 10th minute goal was the difference between the two teams with Livi pushing Celtic all the...read more »

Youth’s focus on Livi challenge

Youth’s focus on Livi challenge

Celtic's youth side will put thoughts of Rangers to one side when they face Livingston in the semi-final of the SFA Youth Cup at Celtic Park tomorrow night, kick off 7pm.Stevie Frail's side face Rangers in a vital league match...read more »

Smith confused over appeals process

Smith confused over appeals process

Rangers boss Walter Smith appears to have aimed some criticism at the SFA over Kevin Thompson's failed appeal after being sent off against St Mirren.Smith is smart enough to say the right phrases without overstepping the mark knowing that his...read more »

Scott Brown in no mood to forgive referee McDonald

Scott Brown in no mood to forgive referee McDonald

Straight talking Scott Brown is in no mood to forgive and forget referee Dougie McDonald.Brown was red carded by McDonald at Ibrox last month and will come face to face with the whistler when he returns to captain Celtic against...read more »

Davie Provan’s verdict on Tony Mowbray

Davie Provan’s verdict on Tony Mowbray

Davie Provan believes that last night's defeat from St Mirren was Tony Mowbray's Caley Thistle moment. Mowbray's brief Celtic career is strangely familiar to that of Barnes with neither men able to adapt to the demands of managing the club or...read more »

Cup misery for McStay and Ujpest

Cup misery for McStay and Ujpest

Willie McStay had an even more miserable time than most Celtic fans last night as Ujpest Dozsa lost 1-0 at home to ZTE in the first leg of their Magyar Cup Semi Final.A last minute goal from Balazas capped off...read more »

Frail’s joy with Spence scoring run

Frail’s joy with Spence scoring run

Youth boss Stevie Frail was delighted with his side's 2-1 win over high flying Motherwell at Bathgate earlier today.The SPL u-19's is a a fiercely contested division with a run of four straight wins putting Motherwell in contention for the...read more »

McManus: No prizes for bravery

McManus: No prizes for bravery

Stephen McManus ought to know that no medals, or contracts are handed out in football for bravery.Over the last two years his performances have dipped alongside his fitness, there's little doubt that it's been a long time since he's enjoyed...read more »

Size doesn’t matter: Paul McGowan

Size doesn’t matter: Paul McGowan

What a breath of fresh air Paul McGowan's performance was today.The almost forgotten man of Celtic Park started his first ever competitive match and there was only one contender for the man-of-the-match award.At 22 and with his contract expiring at...read more »

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