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Monthly Archives: June 2010

Cha Du-Ri targets derby date

Cha Du-Ri targets derby date

Korean bhoy Cha Du-Ri has circled the weekend of October 23-24 in his diary. That's the weekend of the first Celtic-Rangers clash of the SPL season with the full-back already upto speed on the importance of the fixture. Cha is expected to...read more »

Roy Keane: England players get away with murder

Roy Keane: England players get away with murder

Roy Keane has launched a scathing attack on England's World Cup flops and backed Fabio Capello to stay on as manager. Controversial Keane named names as the England squad returned home this morning with coach Capello an even money bet to...read more »

Prime Minister Cameron joins mistakes debate

Prime Minister Cameron joins mistakes debate

Prime Minister David Cameron has thrown his backing behind appeals to eradicate honest mistakes from football. The PM watched England's World Cup exit against Germany from the G20 summit in Toronto and was outraged when play was allowed to continue after...read more »

The penalty secrets that England keep missing

The penalty secrets that England keep missing

    [caption id="attachment_1474" align="alignleft" width="300" caption="SAVED IT"][/caption] How do you prepare for a penalty shoot-out? How do you recreate the atmosphere and tension of the occasion on a training ground? Before the World Cup started I spoke with one of the most successful penalty...read more »

Would a £6m price tag make Robbie Keane affordable?

Would a £6m price tag make Robbie Keane affordable?

When Celtic report back for pre-season training on Thursday Robbie Keane will be absent. The future of the Ireland captain is anyone's guess with the majority of clubs in the Premiership likely to be linked to the striker. Amongst them, predictably, will...read more »

Park Ji-sung the key to Korean victory

Park Ji-sung the key to Korean victory

[caption id="attachment_1463" align="alignleft" width="300" caption="Qualifying against Nigeria"][/caption] South Korea will again pin their hopes on inspirational Manchester United midfielder Park Ji-sung to take them past Uruguay into the last eight of the World Cup. Park has led by example so far in...read more »

Bhoys for Africa having a charity ball

Bhoys for Africa having a charity ball

Behind the glitz of the commercialised World Cup coverage the name of Celtic and it's supporters have been making their impact throughout South Africa. The Johannesburg Celtic Supporters Club have been hosting hoops fans from throughout the world keen to enjoy...read more »

John Hartson joins the Aiden McGeady debate

John Hartson joins the Aiden McGeady debate

Reading John Hartson's thoughts on Aiden McGeady there was one phrase that stood out for me. Hartson said: “Teams have learned to play against him, they’ve doubled up on him. "The opposition’s right-sided midfielder will come across to help their right-back and...read more »

World Cup referees- bring back Collina

World Cup referees- bring back Collina

The reffing disgrace which has turned a decent World Cup into a farce, is threatening to overshadow the footballing side of the tournament.. after all, are we wanting to watch the world's best players or the adjudicators? There seems to be...read more »

Shunsuke Nakamura hoping for starting role

Shunsuke Nakamura hoping for starting role

[caption id="attachment_1439" align="alignleft" width="259" caption="Shunsuke celebrates"][/caption] Former Celtic midfielder Shunsuke Nakamura is hoping to play his part in helping Japan through to the last 16 of the World Cup. A draw against Denmark in Rustenburg tomorrow will be enough to take Japan...read more »

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