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  • The vandals, the violent and the vile

    First Minister Nicola Sturgeon called what happened in Glasgow on Saturday “violence and vandalism and vile anti-Catholic prejudice”.  No holding back from Newco’s often-reluctant combatant. On Friday, I suggested those who believe in Scottish or Glaswegian superiority should reappraise themselves on the streets on the city the following day.  Our society’s underbelly was as clear [...]
  • TOP-EARNER KLIMALA ON A LOSER

    HIGH-EARNER Patryk Klimala suffered defeat on his debut for New York Red Bulls at the weekend. The former Celtic striker, who joined the MLS club for £3.5million last month, came on as a substitute at the start of the second-half in the 1-0 loss in Philadelphia. Klimala’s wage details have been revealed showing he is [...]
  • KENNEDY: RIGHT PLACE, WRONG TIME

    JOHN KENNEDY was in interim charge of Celtic for 10 games – eight in the Premiership and two in the Scottish Cup – when he stepped in following Neil Lennon’s rapid departure on February 23 The former club and country central defender kicked off with a 1-0 win over Aberdeen at Parkhead four days later. [...]
  • LISBON REWIND: DAY TWO: TOMMY GEMMELL’S STORY

    ON May 25 1967 in the Portuguese capital of Lisbon, Celtic became the first British club to conquer Europe. Over the next nine days, in another CQN EXCLUSIVE series, the unforgettable achievement is chronicled as Jock Stein’s side edged through the elite competition to come within ninety minutes of everlasting glory. Today, author Alex Gordon, [...]
  • HOWE: WAITING GAME NEARS THE END

    THE near-three month wait to appoint Eddie Howe as Celtic’s new manager is coming to an end. The ex-Bournemouth gaffer has been on the Hoops radar since Neil Lennon departed Parkhead on February 23. A debriefing of the players is scheduled this week before they break for their month-long summer break. If the Hoops hierarchy [...]
  • BROONY ADMITS STRACHAN ‘MISTAKE’

    SCOTT BROWN admitted he was close to tears as his 14-year Celtic career came to a halt in the goalless draw against Hibs at Easter Road yesterday. The 35-year-old skipper was signed from the Edinburgh oufit by Gordon Strachan in a £4.4million deal – a record between two Scottish clubs – in May 2007. Brown [...]
  • CELTIC MUST BE ‘EMBARRASSED,’ INSISTS CLUB GREAT

    JOHN HARTSON insists the Celtic players should be EMBARRASSED by their tame surrender of their title in a wretched season. The final Premiership table shows the nine-in-a-row champions trailing in an unacceptable and inexplicable 25 points adrift of Steven Gerrard’s Ibrox outfit. It is the biggest winning margin the Govan club have ever had over [...]
  • LISBON REWIND: DAY ONE: LET’S GET READY TO PARTY

    ON May 25 1967 in the Portuguese capital of Lisbon, Celtic became the first British club to conquer Europe. Over the next ten days, in another CQN EXCLUSIVE series, the unforgettable achievement is chronicled as Jock Stein’s side edged through the elite competition to come within ninety minutes of everlasting glory. Today, author Alex Gordon, [...]
  • SUTTON NAMES ‘REAL INVINCIBLES’

    STEVEN GERRARD has won only one of nine domestic trophies in his three-year stint at Ibrox – and is making the most of his solitary success. The Govan gaffer has seen his side lift their first title in a decade after going through the league season unbeaten. However, claims of being Invincibles have been dismissed [...]
  • ‘PROPER INVINCIBLES’: BROONY’S PARTING SHOT

    DEPARTING skipper Scott Brown fired a parting shot as his 14-year Celtic career came to an end in the goalless draw against Hibs at Easter Road yesterday. The Hoops’ abysmal season has at last come to a conclusion with the fallen champions limping in an inexplicable 25 points behind Steven Gerrard’s Ibrox side who celebrated [...]
  • HIBS 0 CELTIC 0: BROWN AND OUT IN NO-SCORE SNORE

    HIBS 0 CELTIC 0  CELTIC’S wretched season drifted into oblivion with a scoreless confrontation at Easter Road this afternoon. It was a low-key farewell for veteran skipper Scott Brown after 14 years of sterling service for the fallen champions. The last game of the Premiership campaign fizzled out and quietly headed into unwanted history. No-one [...]
  • CONFIRMED: 620 AND OUT FOR BROONY

    IT will be a case of 620 and out for Scott Brown when he skippers Celtic for the last time against Hibs at Easter Road this afternoon. After 14 years, 22 trophies, over 600 appearances and 46 goals, the 35-year-old Hoops onfield leader will kick his last ball for the club before he moves to [...]
| Date published: Mon, 17 May 2021 11:13:51 +0000
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