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Unsung Heroes - Celts For Change
A group of unsung heroes (and fans) who helped to save Celtic in the 1990s, and went beyond what could ever be asked of them...

A group of unsung heroes (and fans) who helped to save Celtic in the 1990s, and went beyond what could ever be asked of them...

Amongst the doom and gloom of the barren years (1989-1995), the mood of the Celtic support had sunk so low that apathy had become deeply embedded, such that attempting to generate any energy or enthusiasm was likely to fail.

With the club's reputation at a barrel-scrapping low both on-field and off-field, the prime aim became the removal of the incumbents on the board and a push to ditch the "Biscuit Tin" mentality amongst its management.



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Posted by voc1967 on Tuesday 20 August 2019 - 18:35:34 | Comments: 0  |  printer friendly
 
 
 
 
 
Celtic Have Joined Forces With Ajax
Celtic have joined forces with Ajax and FC Copenhagen to be the architects of a new Champions League format that favours club, rather than country coefficients and slashes the number of big teams who are automatically guaranteed a Group Stage slot.

Celtic have joined forces with Ajax and FC Copenhagen to be the architects of a new Champions League format that favours club, rather than country coefficients and slashes the number of big teams who are automatically guaranteed a Group Stage slot.

The Hoops missed out on the Group Stages for the second year in a row after they were surprisingly eliminated in the third qualifying round by Romanians Cluj.



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There Is A Silver Lining To The Cloud
Celtic were sent crashing out of the Champions League qualifiers last week after suffering a shocking 4-3 loss at the hands of CFR Cluj in the return-leg of their third qualifying round clash.


Celtic were sent crashing out of the Champions League qualifiers last week after suffering a shocking 4-3 loss at the hands of CFR Cluj in the return-leg of their third qualifying round clash.

The Hoops will now focus on qualifying for the Europa League group stages, and will have to beat Swedish side AIK to do so. Manager Neil Lennon knows all about the disappointment of missing out on the Champions League group stages after Celtic lost to Basel in the qualifiers back in 2002, but Martin O’Neill’s side went on to reach the final of the Europa League the same season, and he has told his team to put the Cluj heartbreak behind them and look towards impressing in the other continental competition.



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Celtic Could Face SFA Disciplinary Rule 38, 29.2
Celtic say they would be “astonished” if Tom Boyd’s commentary sparks a Scottish Football Association disciplinary charge.

Celtic say they would be “astonished” if Tom Boyd’s commentary sparks a Scottish Football Association disciplinary charge.

SFA compliance officer Clare Whyte is understood to be reviewing the former Hoops captain’s criticism of referee John Beaton during Celtic TV’s live coverage of Saturday’s 2-1 victory over Dunfermline.

The Celtic ambassador claimed Neil Lennon’s side were up against 12 men and that Beaton had “bottled” a potential penalty award.




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Posted by voc1967 on Monday 19 August 2019 - 20:10:47 | Comments: 0  |  printer friendly
 
 
 
 
 
Glasgow Cup Revamp Has Been Revealed
The Glasgow Football Association has announced the revamped look to the competition, which has been in existence since 1887.

The Glasgow Football Association has announced the revamped look to the competition, which has been in existence since 1887.

This makes the trophy the second oldest in world football and matches will begin tomorrow night on Tuesday August 20.In the new format, Clyde will return to join fellow Glasgow FA members Partick Thistle, Queen's Park, Celtic Colts and Rangers Colts in this year's competition.



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Celtic Beaten In Bid To Land Midfielder
The Scottish Sun have claimed that Celtic have missed out at the eleventh hour to sign Croatian wonderkid Luka Ivanusec, instead choosing to join Dinamo Zagreb.


The Scottish Sun have claimed that Celtic have missed out at the eleventh hour to sign Croatian wonderkid Luka Ivanusec, instead choosing to join Dinamo Zagreb.

It is believed Celtic had agreed a £4.5million fee with Lokomotiv Zagreb for Ivanusec, who is already a fully-fledged Croatia international – and even scored against China back in January.



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Celtic Are Eyeing Another Transfer Window Bonanza
Celtic are eyeing another multi-million pound transfer window bonanza - and for a player who's not even on their books any more.

Celtic are eyeing another multi-million pound transfer window bonanza - and for a player who's not even on their books any more.

Moussa Dembele is the man in question as Juventus weigh-up a move for the free-scoring Lyon striker.

Dembele became the most expensive player in Scottish football 12 months ago when he completed a move from Celtic to Lyon for just under £20million.

Of course that record was smashed earlier this month when Celtic raked in £25million for Kieran Tierney as the left-back moved on to Arsenal.



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