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Talking Celtic with Scott Alcroft – McGinn, Robertson, Given and more: The players that got away

Every time Andrew Robertson or John McGinn pull on a jersey for their respective clubs, social media is especially awash with the, “Why did we let them out of our grasp?” conversations. It got us thinking at ACSOM, which other players did we either: a.) Let go

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Kilmarnock Post-Match Reaction with A Celtic State of Mind

Sunday, 22 September 2019 Scottish Premiership Celtic 3 (Edouard 44 & 53, Christie 57) Kilmarnock 1 (Brophy 33) A performance that, very much like the Glasgow weather, got better as the day went on. Most importantly, this resulted in the reigning champions returning to league duty with

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Prematch with A Celtic State of Mind – Kilmarnock at Home

With Celtic now entering a busy match schedule across three competitions, I expect Neil Lennon to make use of the squad available to him. The exertions from the positive performance in Brittany on Thursday night may see Brown and Forrest rested. However, momentum is the key to

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Colin Watt with A Celtic State of Mind – Team of the Decade: 1950s Left-Back

ACSOM continues on our journey through the years to find out your greatest Celtic team of the decades. Starting with the fifties, this ongoing feature will capture some of Celtic’s greatest ever players whilst also highlighting some of the unsung heroes who have graced the famous green

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Post-match with A Celtic State of Mind – Europa League Away Versus Rennes

“Neil Lennon’s tactics in Europe should be applauded (other than the Cluj capitulation), as he has shown adaptability that seemed to be beyond his predecessor. That Celtic were a poor refereeing performance away from winning in France will be a point of consternation, but they will be

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Prematch with A Celtic State of Mind – Europa League Away versus Rennes

Celtic travel to Brittany for our opening Europa League group game against Stade Rennais and it’s a tough opening game. Rennes is known for art and culture, and the club for its fabulous youth system. Both supports are famed for celebrating their Celtic origins and the last

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Martin Donaldson with A Celtic State of Mind – Celtic’s Holy Trinity

Under the guidance of Willie Maley, the Celtic side of the first decade of the 1900s had delivered the all-conquering, record-breaking and history-making six-in-a-row champions of Scotland, with the last of those six titles secured in the 1909/10 season. However, Maley had already started to lay the

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Colin Watt – The Greatest Celtic XI of the 1950s: Vote now for the defenders

Following on from the highly debatable but massively successful Celtic Cult Hero XI, we now go on a journey through the years to find out your team of the decades. Starting with 1950, this journey will capture some of Celtic’s greatest ever players whilst also highlighting some

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Post-match with A Celtic State of Mind – Hamilton Away

“It can always be difficult coming back from an international break and getting into the flow of things. At times during the match, we lacked urgency but the plastic surface never helps. Ultimately, Celtic got the threee points and can now focus on Thursday.” Declan McConville “Mohamed

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Prematch with A Celtic State of Mind – Hamilton Away

KEVIN GRAHAM It seems like an age since Celtic were in action. I’m sure it feels the same for Neil Lennon. The high of our last game hadn’t deflated when most of our squad jetted off around the world for various international successes or failures. Neil has

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