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CELTIC Football Club are delighted to announce the signing of Christopher Jullien, who has joined the club on a four-year deal from Toulouse.

The highly-rated central defender moves to the Scottish Champions after three years with the French side, where he made over 100 appearances, scoring eight goals.

The 26-year-old, who began his career with Auxerre before a three-year spell with German side, SC Freiburg, will now take up a new football challenge with the Treble Treble champions.

Celtic manager Neil Lennon said: “We are absolutely delighted to bring Christopher to Celtic. He is a quality player with great attributes and we are very much looking forward to him joining the squad and working with him.


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Celtic Vs FK Sarajevo - Champions League first round draw
The first leg (A) is scheduled for Tuesday/Wednesday, July 9/10 with the return leg (H) a week later on Tuesday/Wednesday, July 16/17.

Celtic have drawn Bosnian champions FK Sarajevo in the first round of qualifying for the Champions
League. It will be the first of four potential qualifying rounds for the Hoops as they look to return to the champions league after missing out last season.

Who are FK Sarajevo?

They were formed in 1946 following a merger between two clubs Sloboda and Udarnik, before the Bosnian league was formed they played in the Yugoslav league winning it twice. Since the formation of the Bosnian league they have won 4 league titles and been runners up 6 times, they have also won the Bosnian cup 6 times the last also being last season. They play at the...​
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Mikael Lustig has today confirmed on Instagram that he will leave Celtic following 8 trophy laden years at the club. This news does not come as much of a surprise with Lustig hinting that his time was up on a previous Instagram post, his contract talks have been up in the air for some time and recently it has looked more and more likely he would leave. Lustig is a modern day icon at Celtic, a man who truly lives and breaths our club and it is only right we celebrate his 8 brilliant seasons here.



Lustig signed for Celtic in January 2012 having agreed a pre contract agreement with the Hoops from Norwegian champions Rosenborg, prior to his stay in Norway Lustig played for both GIF Sundsvall and Umea FC from his native Sweden. Lustig was a mini coup at the time of him signing for Celtic, the...
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Johnny Doyle was born in the small town of Uddingston in North Lanarkshire on the 11th May 1951. The same birthplace of Lisbon Lion Jinky Johnstone and surely an inspiration to a Young Celtic daft Johnny Doyle. Doyle showed much promise from an early age in the junior teams which won him a move from Viewpark boys club to Ayr United in 1970 at the age of 18. An outside right of vintage ilk that liked to get up and down the touchline,never shy of the tackle and a consistent performer. 1975 saw Johnny Doyle earn his first and last cap for Scotland, against Romania in a 1-1 draw in a European qualifier. What was it with players in hoops and Scotland caps in this era? Baffling.

Johnny’s consistency and no nonsense temperament saw him catch the eye of Arsenal, Aberdeen and his bhoy hood heroes in hoops. Doyle knew where he was going but Ayr United...
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The last few months have seen Celtic complete an unprecedented treble treble, something that we are unlikely to ever see again, that being said it has been tinged with a huge hint of sadness with the loss of some Celtic legends Stevie Chalmers, Billy McNeill and now the great Harry Hood.

Harry 'Anthony' Hood was born in Glasgow on the 3rd of October 1944, he was raised in the city's neighbourhood of Garthamlock north of the Clyde River, his brother Jackie was also a footballer and moved over to England when Harry was young to sign for Everton before turning out for Tranmere Rovers, East Fife & St Roch's later on in his career. Harry Hood initially attended school at St Aloysius College where Rugby Union was the chosen sport. Seeking a schoolboy appearance for Scotland, he moved to Holyrood Secondary School but...