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Momentum Swings In Celtic’s Favour Ahead Of Post Split Fixtures

Momentum is huge in football. And right now, at this most pivotal point in a remarkable season, all the momentum is with Celtic as they chase down a league and cup double. At time of writing the Hoops sit four points clear at the top of the Scottish Premiership after Rangers failed to close the gap in spectacular fashion by

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Momentum Swings In Celtic’s Favour Ahead Of Post Split Fixtures

Momentum is huge in football. And right now, at this most pivotal point in a remarkable season, all the momentum is with Celtic as they chase down a league and cup double. At time of writing the Hoops sit four points clear at the top of the Scottish Premiership after Rangers failed to close the gap in spectacular fashion by falling to their sixth defeat of the league campaign in the Highlands on Sunday. This was no smash and grab

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Will A Change In Formation Provide A Change In Fortunes?

With Celtic now two points behind Rangers, and the Hoops having an inferior goal difference of +40, three less than Philippe Clement’s side, it’s clear that Brendan Rodgers’ tactics simply aren’t getting the best out of his players. For much of the season, Rodgers has stuck with his 4-3-3 formation, which by no means is

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Gustaf Lagerbielke Celebrates His Late Winner v Feyenoord

Celtic’s Lack Of Consistency Comes Down To One Key Factor

Twenty-five games into the return of Brendan Rodgers as Celtic Manager and his side have yet to win three consecutive games in that time. Dress that up whatever way you want but that kind of inconsistency is unacceptable. And it’s the kind of inconsistency that will put Celtic’s Scottish Premiership title in jeopardy. Injuries to key players such as Reo Hatate, Liel Abada and Daizen Maeda have hampered the manager at times. So too has a summer transfer window which

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No Full House v Feyenoord Should Have Alarm Bells Ringing

There’s notable prize money on offer should Celtic get a win against Feyenoord tomorrow. There’s also the boost in co-efficient points it would bring. As well as the minor credibility it would restore to our grim Champions League record. The reality however is that many fans are finding it hard to get motivated in any meaningful way for a game where the end result means very little in the bigger picture. Celtic Park will be busy tomorrow night, but it

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Does Brendan Have Ready Made First Team Solutions On His Doorstep?

In recent weeks Brendan Rodgers has repeatedly made known his desire to add up to four players of high quality to his first team options. With a current squad of 32 players bulging at the seams, quantity is most definitely not the issue at Lennoxtown. Whether on loan or on a permanent basis a number of players are likely to exit in the forthcoming January window – a window which opens in less than 4 weeks’ time. Leading the exodus

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Euro Blame Game Belongs Far From The Pitch After Celtic’s Latest Exit

It was a familiar Celtic story last night in Rome. Compete in the game for large spells, create a number of half chances, but inevitably walk away at the final whistle with another demoralising defeat to add to our pitiful Champions League record. Whilst you can argue how well or not players like Greg Taylor, Alistair Johnston and James Forrest performed on the night, the blame for this one – and for Celtic’s woeful European record in recent times –

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