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Bhoys need to develop ruthless streak

Bhoys need to develop ruthless streak

Michael O'Halloran wants Celtic's u-17 side to develop a ruthless streak. The young hoops have started the season with wins over Kilmarnock, St Mirren and on Sunday beat Hamilton with a first half goal from Grant Thorburn. Lewis Bell and Michael Johnston...read more »

Thorburn’s goal breaks Hearts

Thorburn’s goal breaks Hearts

A first half goal from Grant Thorburn gave Celtic's u-17 side a 1-0 win over Hearts at Lennoxtown today. Most of the action and incident came in the first half with Celtic doing well to maintain their discipline against some brutal...read more »

From Barrowfield to Bucharest

From Barrowfield to Bucharest

Michael O'Halloran watched Celtic beat St Mirren 2-0 on Saturday then waved good-bye to half of his squad. Aidan McAdams, Shaun Bowyers, Wallace Duffy, Lewis Bell, Michael Johnston, Jack Aitchison and Broque Watson flew into Bucharest yesterday with the Scotland u-17...read more »

Bell and Aitchison score to see off St Mirren

Bell and Aitchison score to see off St Mirren

Celtic's u-17 side made it three wins in seven days with a 2-0 league win over St Mirren at Barrowfield today. Goals in either half from Lewis Bell and Jack Aitchison gave the hoops full points to follow on from wins...read more »

Hoops coach slaughtered for substitution

Hoops coach slaughtered for substitution

Stevie Frail has revealed that he was slaughtered by South African fans for substituting Aidan Nesbitt. The 18-year-old finished last season with a hat-trick in the final of the SFA Youth Cup and scored twice against Partick Thistle on Monday night...read more »

Nesbitt at the double as Celtic beat Thistle

Nesbitt at the double as Celtic beat Thistle

A double from Aidan Nesbitt helped Celtic open their Development League campaign with a 3-0 win over Partick Thistle as Ronny Deila watched from the stand at Cappielow. The 18-year old switched from right wing to playing behind the main striker,...read more »

Winning start isn’t enough for youth boss

Winning start isn’t enough for youth boss

A 4-0 win away from home on the opening day of the season wasn't enough to satisfy u-17 coach Michael O'Halloran. For more than an hour there was only a Lewis Bell goal to separate the two sides with hoops keeper...read more »

Johnston catches the eye as Celtic impress in win over Kilmarnock

Johnston catches the eye as Celtic impress in win over Kilmarnock

Michael Johnston was the star of the show as Celtic's u-17 side kicked off their league campaign with a 4-0 win over Kilmarnock at Rugby Park. The midfielder showed all his attacking skills scoring the second goal and setting up the...read more »

Q and A inside the Celtic youth academy

Q and A inside the Celtic youth academy

Celtic's u-17 side won the Loch Lomond Festival trophy over the weekend with victories over Partick Thistle and Fife Elite Academy before a 4-0 win over Sheffield United in the final. Four matches of 30 minutes each way gave the players...read more »

Celtic crush Sheffield United to lift Festival trophy

Celtic crush Sheffield United to lift Festival trophy

Celtic's u-17 side won the Loch Lomond Festival Trophy with a stylish 4-0 win over Sheffield United in the final. A hat-trick from Ciaran Diver plus a goal from Michael Johnston gave Michael O'Halloran's side a trophy to show for their...read more »

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