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Monthly Archives: February 2013

The day that Scottish football’s lingering credibility finally died

The day that Scottish football’s lingering credibility finally died

Any lingering notion that Scottish football was based around fairness was finally killed off today when Lord Nimmo Smith delivered the verdict on undisclosed payments to Rangers players going back over a decade. While finding the oldco guilty of breaching the...read more »

Is it time for Neil Lennon to find a first XI?

Is it time for Neil Lennon to find a first XI?

All season long Neil Lennon has shielded his players from the critics- until last night. After the sixth domestic defeat of the season- before February is out- there was one comment from the Celtic manager that stood out from the...read more »

Lord Nimmo Smith announces dual contract judgement day

Lord Nimmo Smith announces dual contract judgement day

Lord Nimmo Smith’s eagerly awaited judgement on dual contracts operated by Rangers for over a decade will be announced at noon tomorrow. The issue, which is unrelated to the still contested big tax case, revolves around payments being made to Rangers...read more »

No close season for international bhoys

No close season for international bhoys

Neil Lennon has a number of dilemmas to resolve as he prepares for the results of Scott Brown's scan. Despite being spoiled for choice with midfielders the Celtic boss is at his happiest when Brown has the armband on and...read more »

Noring, Keatings and Watt play in win over Falkirk

Noring, Keatings and Watt play in win over Falkirk

A first half strike from Bahrudin Atajic gave Celtic a 1-0 win over Falkirk. Tony Watt, James Keatings and goalkeeper Victor Noring all started the match as Celtic made it six wins and a draw from their last seven league matches. After...read more »

Youth focus switches to Falkirk

Youth focus switches to Falkirk

Celtic's youth team are back in action tonight facing Falkirk at the Falkirk Stadium, kick-off 7pm admission FREE. Two days after beating Aberdeen 2-0 to reach the semi finals of the SFA Youth Cup Stevie Frail's side are out to...read more »

Brown admits past regrets

Brown admits past regrets

John Brown has admitted to regrets about his past in his first full day as Dundee manager. The controversial appointment has outraged many Dundee fans and split the club boardroom. In most circumstances the appointment of a former player with...read more »

Frail’s warning ahead of semi-final draw

Frail’s warning ahead of semi-final draw

Stevie Frail knows that Celtic still have their work cut out to lift the SFA Youth Cup. Yesterday's 2-0 win over Aberdeen followed on from victories over Hearts and Hibs to book a place in tomorrow's semi-final draw. Kilmarnock, Dunfermline...read more »

SFA won’t take action on Berwick singing

SFA won’t take action on Berwick singing

Despite the embarrassment of having sectarian singing highlighted by ESPN at the weekend it appears that the SFA will take no action against Sevco. Before the second half started at Berwick's Shieldfield Park on Saturday Ray Stubbs was forced to issue...read more »

Ki’s Wembley joy at centre half

Ki’s Wembley joy at centre half

Ki Sung-Yueng was a Wembley winner for Swansea- at centre half! The South Korean left Celtic in the summer in a £6m deal and has quickly settled in at the Welsh side managed impressively by Michael Laudrup. League Two giant...read more »

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