Monday, June 1, 2020

‘The impact would be terrible’ UEFA chief still insists it is too early to...

THE SPFL are currently for UEFA to hold their conference call with members, before making any announcement to declare Celtic champions - but UEFA president Aleksander Ceferin has insisted that it is...

‘I’d hope to return as manager’ Celtic legend Stiliyan Petrov can see himself as...

Stiliyan Petrov has said he can see himself returning to Parkhead, but this time to manage Celtic. He does admit his mind has changed on the matter though as...

‘Celtic are worthy champions’ says ex-Celt defender

Celtic are worthy champions of the Scottish Premiership, former Celtic defender and now Brechin City gaffer, Mark Wilson insists. The City's manager even accused Rangers of being 'petty' with...

Moravcik celebrated first Old Firm with ‘greasy burger’ and the squad didn’t have a...

When Lubo Moravcik first signed for the club the squad may not know who he was, but before his first-ever Old Firm match, he enjoyed a burger from a van outside the...

‘Scotland have argued their case, and I know UEFA will accept it’: CELTIC ARE...

Red Star Belgrade are eleven points clear at the summit of Serbia's top league and are now hoping that the league will follow suit of decisions in Scotland and the standings now...

Leigh Griffiths encourages open dialogue amid pandemic

Leigh Griffiths is urging anyone who is struggling with mental health during the lockdown to speak up and seek help. The Celtic striker has openly spoken about his own...

Hat-trick Hero Griff will give more says Lennon

Celtic boss, Neil Lennon, watched on in the dugout as Leigh Griffiths scored his first hat-trick in four years as Celtic battered St Mirren 5-0, and he says there is even more...

Neil Lennon hopes to avoid playing games behind closed doors amid rising Coronavirus threat

Celtic gaffer, Neil Lennon, has described the prospect of playing games behind closed doors to help prevent the spread of Covid-19 as 'not ideal' but agrees that the fixtures should be fulfilled.

Lennon always had faith in Celtic to get a result against Livingston

Celtic boss Neil Lennon says he always had faith in his team that they would come back, after Tom Rogic's dramatic strike in injury time to earn a 2-2 draw at Livingston.

Celtic will always strive for improvement – Brown

Celtic captain Scott Brown believes that the Celts have to strive for improvement to make sure they hit their targets. Neil Lennon's side is on course to extend their...