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Jordan Larsson gets his big move

Jordan Larsson gets his big move

Jordan Larsson has followed in his dad's footsteps by signing for Helsingborgs. The 17-year-old has been in the spotlight since his earliest days and was regularly seen kicking a ball around Celtic Park during his dad's glorious seven year career in...read more »

Regan ignores St Johnstone and Aberdeen to praise English athletes

Regan ignores St Johnstone and Aberdeen to praise English athletes

Out of touch SFA chief Stewart Regan ignored the European successes of Aberdeen and St Johnstone to praise two Englishmen winning medals in the Commonwealth Games triathlon. Two years on from predicting social unrest as he attempted to shoe-horn Sevco into...read more »

Aberdeen and St Johnstone banish Armageddon to progress in Europe

Aberdeen and St Johnstone banish Armageddon to progress in Europe

St Johnstone and Aberdeen enjoyed memorable European nights to progress into the third qualifying round of the Europa League while Motherwell crashed out in injury time to Icelandic side Stjarnan on a 5-4 aggregate. Aberdeen pulled off one of their best...read more »

Berg expects a feast against Celtic

Berg expects a feast against Celtic

Henning Berg believes that Legia Warsaw's Champions League clash with Celtic will be a feast for the fans. The former Manchester United defender went into last night's match with St Pat's against a background of speculation that he would be sacked...read more »

Legia Waraw up next in Celtic’s Champions League path

Legia Waraw up next in Celtic’s Champions League path

Celtic will face Legia Warsaw in the third qualifying round of the Champions League. The Polish side won 5-0 away to St Pat's tonight to go through on a 6-1 aggregate. Celtic will travel to the Polish capital for the first leg...read more »

Murrayfield- Great stadium shame about the transport

Murrayfield- Great stadium shame about the transport

Celtic fans gave Murrayfield a qualified thumbs-up after last night's visit to the capital to take on KR Reykjavik in the Champions League second qualifying round. Three goals in the first half hour went down a treat with the travelling/home support...read more »

Deila- Watt might get some minutes

Deila- Watt might get some minutes

Tony Watt is set to play his first Celtic game in 11 months when the hoops face KR Reykjavik tonight at Murrayfield. The 20-year-old was sent on loan to Lierse last season but almost instantly found out that he wasn't a...read more »

Deila’s transfer frustrations

Deila’s transfer frustrations

Ronny Deila has explained the delay in his transfer dealings. While the hoops boss prepares for his second competitive game of the season tomorrow night against KR Reykjavik in the Champions League most clubs and players are just starting to return...read more »

Premiership clubs vote Celtic director onto SPFL board

Premiership clubs vote Celtic director onto SPFL board

Eric Riley has been elected onto the board of the SPFL. The Celtic director is joined by Duncan Fraser of Aberdeen and Stephen Thompson from Dundee United representing the Premiership clubs. In it's second season, the SPFL is still lumbered with Neil...read more »

Celtic stars to shine at Cappielow

Celtic stars to shine at Cappielow

Celtic's development side will again rely on the club's academy system to form the backbone of this season's team which will play their home matches at Cappielow. After two season's as an u-20 league, that had replaced the u-19 league, the...read more »

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