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SALTCOATS honoured one of its favourite and most famous sons today when a statue of Bobby Lennox was unveiled in the centre of the town where the Celtic legend and his wife, Catherine, have stayed their whole lives...
During a summer of hype Barton was shouting the odds about what he was going to do with putting Scott Brown in his place one of the main promises...
His first goal wasnât too shabby but the two touches required for Scotlandâs fourth on the night drew praise from all quarters...
Anthony Haggerty took your calls and there was a bit of cheer about the national team for once...
The men who put the star above the crest The history of Celtic is littered with the great From Patsy through to Henrik, weâve watched them celebrate But in our hearts there is a team, standing out above the rest The eleven Lions of Lisbon, who put the star above the crest...
Letâs be clear; James Forrest is playing some of the best football of his career right now.
âI wasnât sure if it was the captain who made the initial challenge but I was trying to get the ball off him for the free-kick and he seemed to get really aggressive and put the head towards me...
It was (not surprisingly) Springsteen who summed up the warm afterglow of the turning of the corner best; âItâs been a long, long drought baby but tonight the rainâs pouring down on our roof,â he said in his wonderful song The Living Proof and I have never understood those lyrics better, or appreciated them more,...
Si Ferry Meets. Andy Robertson â Rise to Liverpool & Scotland Captain via Queens Park, DUFC & Hull
Watch âSi Ferry Meets. Andy Robertson â Rise to Liverpool & Scotland Captain via Queens Park, DUFC & Hullâ by Open Goal.
A Celtic State of Mind was recently named as the UKâs Best Football Podcast at the prestigious 2018 Football Blogging Awards.
Almondvale Stadium Livingston
12:00 11 November 2018
New Douglas Park Hamilton
12:30 24 November 2018
Celticâs per game statistics for season 2018-19 in the Scottish Premiership.