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How Celtic can overcome St. Johnstone

St. Johnstone are the visitors to Celtic Park this afternoon as the home side look to banish the memory of last weekend’s disappointing Cup defeat at the hands of Kilmarnock. Going into today’s game, manager Brendan Rodgers does not have his problems to seek with Maik Nawrocki

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Unpacking the transition from Ange Postecoglou to Brendan Rodgers 2.0

Sunday’s defeat at Rugby Park in the League Cup was a bitter pill to swallow. Not only did it bring an end to Brendan Rodgers’ 100% record in domestic cup competitions with Celtic, but the toothless manner of Celtic’s performance raises unwanted concerns at the start of

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Rugby Park test for Brendan Rodgers 100% percent Cup record

During his trophy-laden first spell in charge at Celtic Park, Brendan Rodgers did not lose a single domestic cup tie as he brought home 5 out of 5 Cups before leaving for Leicester City.  Today, the Irishman looks to continue his 100% Cup record with a difficult

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Is signing a left-back a priority for Celtic this summer?

With two-and-a-half weeks of the summer transfer window left to go, and fans still clamouring for more signings, many positions will no doubt be addressed by Brendan Rodgers before the transfer window slams shut. A new centre-back arrival looks imminent with Elfsborg’s 23-year-old centre-back Gustaf Lagerbielke expected

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Rodgers out to relive past glories at Pittodrie

Brendan Rodgers takes his Celtic side up to Pittodrie on Sunday afternoon for the first away fixture of his second tenure in the Parkhead hot seat.  The Irishman won on all four visits to the Granite City during his first spell in charge, including a 2-0 win

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FIVE THINGS WE LEARNED from Celtic’s 4-2 opening day win

Celtic began their defence of the Scottish Premiership title with a comfortable 4-2 victory at home on Saturday afternoon against Malky Mackay’s Ross County.  First-half goals from David Turnbull (x2) and Kyogo Furuhashi had the Hoops 3-0 up by the interval with Matt O’Riley adding a fourth

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Flag day in Paradise: New season brings new hopes and dreams

Competitive football returns to Celtic Park for the opening game of the 2023/24 season as the Hoops play host to Ross County on flag day.  A full house of 60,000 spectators is expected to turn up and watch James Forrest, who was honoured in midweek with a

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Three alternatives to Livaković that Celtic could turn to

Since his arrival in Glasgow two summers ago, Joe Hart has been a stalwart in goals for Celtic, keeping 46 clean sheets in 104 appearances.  However, at the age of 36 and with one year remaining on his contract, is now the time for Celtic to look

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As Celtic season tickets sell out again, is it time to rethink live-streaming rules?

As I sit down to write this latest blog, I am buzzing with excitement. In just 5 days, or the first time since 2012, I will have the chance to see Celtic play live, in person. That it is here in my adopted homeland of Japan, alongside

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Do you know the origins of the team they called ‘Carnival Celtic’?

In the late 1800’s there was a showman called George Green. He came up to Glasgow and bought a site on Vinegar Hill Street, just off the Gallowgate and he opened a fair there. He had his family, think he had five kids, his daughter was called

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