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SPFL

Sunday 18th September 2022. K.O. 12 noon

St.Mirren Park. Paisley

ST. MIRREN 2-0 CELTIC
Scorers: O’Hara (43) Ayunga (53)

Things happen when you least expect them and that was definitely the case when Celtic took a short trip to Paisley to face St. Mirren in the League. So many factors were at play it is difficult to pinpoint what went wrong.

The fans were quick to blame the silver third strip which did clash poorly with the Saints jerseys and was possibly at fault for any hesitation in passing during the game. For me it was all down to the players and maybe a wee bit on Ange for so many changes to the team. However I will admit, I was one of those who wanted changes and in that respect the players should be ready when called upon.

Anthony Ralston, Welsh, Turnbull, Mooy and Maeda all made it into the starting lineup with Hatate, O’Riley and Jota on the bench. Carter-Vickers,...
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Celts Seek Fourth 'Annus Invictus'
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Back to Premiership action for the Bhoys after the 1-1 draw with Shakhtar

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The SMiSA Stadium, Paisley
Sunday, 18 September 2022
12.00 BST

Celtic are 90 minutes away from achieving a couple of remarkable milestones.

After the glamour of the past couple of weeks, with back to back Champions League outings, it is very much back to the bread and butter that is the League, and a short trip to Paisley, to take on St Mirren.

The first is, if the Hoops can take maximum points once again for the seventh consecutive match, it would provide the defending champions with the best start they have had to a League campaign since 2010/11, when there was 8 on the trot,...​
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Celts to Shake Donetsk in Warsaw
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Stadion Wojska Polskiego
Wednesday, 14 September 2022
17.45 BST

Tomorrow evening the Hoops will line up once again in a Champions League match, when they take on Shakhtar Donetsk in this second Group F fixture.

And the Hoops will want to get this European campaign back on track after what was a highly credible and commendable performance against Real Madrid, even if the result was ultimately a disappointing one.

Yet hope springs, and there is such a sense of belief in the manager and this Celtic side that anything is indeed possible, after going toe to toe with the best that Europe has to offer, and this philosophy will once again be put to the test this week.

And...​
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SPFL

Saturday 3rd September 2022. K.O. 12.30

Celtic Park. Glasgow

CELTIC 4 - 0 RANGERS

Scorers: Abada (8, 40) Jota (32) Turnbull (78)

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Another day for you and me in Paradise. Always a buzz beating your biggest rival but to win it in style is the best feeling you get as a football fan and it was one of those days.

Celtic once again were ruthless and hungry whilst the opposition looked absolutely clueless. Celtic won by four clear goals but it really could have been six and that brings us up to 38 games without a loss.

Israeli Striker Abada was on the scoresheet again with a double, Jota and Turnbull grabbing the other two. It now leaves The Hoops with a five point gap over rangers in only six games and it’s hard to see this Green and white Juggernaut coming to a halt.

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Hoops Now Face a Real Challenge
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Jota is swarmed by the Bhoys after scoring in the 4-0 derby demolition on Saturday

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Celtic Park, Glasgow
Tuesday, 6 September 2022
20.00 BST

On Tuesday night Paradise will bare witness to something that has not been seen in more than 40 years. The Hoops are set for a showdown with the reigning European Champions, Real Madrid, in the opening Group F Champions League clash.

Practically all of the biggest clubs in European football have visited Celtic Park over the years, including Barcelona, Juventus, Liverpool, Bayern Munich, PSG, AC Milan and Manchester United, to name but a handful.

However, not only will this be the first time in 42 years that the Hoops...​