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Dark Blues brushed aside

The Betfred Cup holders seen off a hard working Dundee side without reaching 2nd gear in a physical battle with Neil McCann's team at Dens Park. Celtic's winning mentality and patient approach in the game, added to the quality of in-form wingers Scott Sinclair and James Forrest took them into their 4th straight semi-final in the Scottish League cup.

League Cup quarter-final
Dens Park, Dundee
Wednesday, September 20, 2017...

0 - 5 [​IMG]

UEFA Champions League
Celtic Park, Glasgow
12 Sep 2017
Celtic found themselves on cloud nine after qualifying for the Champions League group stages, for the second successive season under Brendan Rodgers. The prestige and financial benefits of the competition are well known, so the early European qualifiers have become a vital part of the season for the club. Tonight, Celtic's faithful supporters were brought back down to Earth with an unforgiving smack.

Hamilton Academical vs. Celtic

Friday 8th September

New Douglas Park

Kick Off: 19:45

BT Sport 1

The wait is over and normal service will once again be resumed as Celtic travel to New Douglas Park to take on Hamilton Academical.

When the sides last met back in April, the Hoops emerged victorious, courtesy of a double provided by Moussa Dembele. However, it’s a new season and with an international break behind them and a Champions League clash with Paris Saint-Gemain ahead of them, who knows how Celtic will perform come kickoff on Friday night.


Arguably the biggest challenge facing Brendan Rodgers and his squad heading in to this match is that of fatigue. Many of his first team regulars featured for their respective countries over the international break, including the Scottish...

Celtic re-sign Patrick Roberts on Season Long Loan!
The moment every Celtic fan across the globe has been waiting for all summer has finally arrived. Fan Favourite Patrick Roberts has this evening agreed to rejoin the Hoops for another season, putting to bed a transfer saga unlikely to be beaten again anytime soon.

The signing of the diminutive English winger will be viewed as a coup, despite the deal only being a temporary one once again. After his scintillating form last season, the player had plenty of suitors across Europe, but clearly sees Parkhead as the right place for his development to continue. Brendan Rodgers has been coy all summer in regards to his pursuit of Roberts, but will no doubt be ecstatic, as he has finally secured his...