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"Celtic are coming"; Fear emanates from Ibrox as Bhoys build momentum

Neil McCann has fired a warning to Rangers about the form of title rivals Celtic, working as a pundit at Ibrox as his former side dropped points again last night. While the Bhoys steamrollered Hibernian with a dominant, fluid first-half showing, Rangers toiled against Aberdeen. They ought to have lost, with Ramirez and former Celtic captain Scott Brown piling on the pain. However, a questionable penalty call from referee John Beaton meant Rangers equalised late on [BBC].
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Celtic v Livingston – Bobby Madden named as Referee

Celtic face Livingston on Saturday as Ange Postecoglou’s side looks to continue their run of five wins in a row. The Celts were excellent in the first half at Easter Road, winning 3-1 thanks to goals from Tony Ralston, Cameron Carter-Vickers and Kyogo. The win comes as Scottish referees have...
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Video – Unique Angle from Easter Road lingers on those Celtic celebrations

If you have been waiting all morning for Celtic TV’s Unique Angle video from Easter Road then we think you’ll find that your patience is about to be rewarded in this extra-special few minutes of footage capturing the three wonderful first half goals as supersonic Celtic simply blew Hibs away. And the cameras linger a little longer than usual on the celebrations and why not?
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Delighted Kyogo Furuhashi Sends Message to Celtic Fans

Kyogo Furuhashi grabbed another goal for Celtic on Wednesday evening as the bhoys breezed past Hibernian at Easter Road. In the first 30 minutes of the game, Celtic played their best football under Ange so far. It was reminiscent of the kind of form we showed during the invincible season under Brendan Rodgers.

John Hartson lauds ‘brilliant play’ for third Celtic goal

Former Celtic striker John Hartson was impressed by the play that saw the Hoops score the third goal at Easter Road. The Hoops raced into a 3-0 lead against Hibernian when Kyogo Furuhashi added to strikes from Anthony Ralston and Cameron Carter-Vickers. Ange Postecoglou’s side were pegged back when Martin...

Postecoglou To Make A Change | Predicted 4-3-3 Celtic Lineup To Face Livingston

The exquisite run continues for Celtic as they humbled Hibernian on the road and climbed up to the second spot in the Premiership standings. They are only two points behind bitter-rivals Rangers and a win against Livingston on Saturday afternoon would see them securing the leading status for the time being.

Hibernian v Celtic preview - Podcast

A midweek game at last this season in the league is looming, and it’s a crucial one at that!. Ahead of the game, we’ve done a preview podcast with a Hibs fan and prominent member of ‘The Terrace Scottish Football Podcast’. Check it out below, you’ll enjoy something different from just a Celtic fans perspective!

Hibs TV co-commentator Tam McManus bigs up Celtic striker Kyogo Furuhashi

Hibs TV co-commentator Tam McManus has been talking up Kyogo Furuhashi in the build-up to tonight’s game at Easter Road. Kyogo has been a revelation at Celtic Park this season, slamming home 9 goals and 2 assists in 14 appearances for the club [Transfermarkt]. It’s early days, but he’s more than repaying the reported £4.6m the Hoops splashed out to nab him from Vissel Kobe [Scottish Sun].

Kristoffer Ajer credits "massive" Celtic as he talks Brentford adjustment

Former Celtic defender Kristoffer Ajer has talked up the demands at Parkhead as he addressed the step-up from Scottish football to the EPL with Brentford. Celtic sold Ajer to the London club back in late July with the player entering the final 12 months of his deal in Glasgow. Unsurprisingly, it took the Hoops a bit of time to fill the void given how successful he was here.

The Hibees And The Celts: A Short Story Of The Reception That Played A Part In The Formation Of Celtic

When thinking of Celtic landmarks, St. Mary’s Catholic Church in the Calton district of Glasgow immediately springs to mind. The club’s association with the church building and parish stretches as far back as May 13th, 1870. It was on that date that Brother Walfrid was promoted to an assistant teaching position and was transferred to St. Mary’s School, having previously been the protégé of Brother Procope at St. Mungo’s.

Charlie Nicholas professes love for Celtic under Postecoglou

Prolific pundit Charlie Nicholas has revealed his new-found admiration for Ange Postecoglou at Celtic in a stunning U-turn. Although a boyhood Celtic fan, Nicholas has wasted no time when it comes to critiquing the club with a particular focus on their management and treatment of personnel. He has been one...

Live on Sky: Celtic’s have four dates added to TV festive period calendar

There seems to be a lack of Celtic away games on Sky TV this season. Three of Celtic’s last four away games have all been selected away from the comfort of television, played either at 3pm, or on a Sunday afternoon where there are plenty of the away contingent nursing a hangover without their beloved team to watch.

‘Tonight’s Battle of Easter Road’ – Celtic must not allow a basketball match to unfold tonight

Hibs v Celtic: ‘Tonight’s Battle of Easter Road’ – Celtic must not allow a basketball match to unfold tonight…. And so here we are, another SPFL away day at a venue which could be described as treacherous for Celtic in recent years. Easter Road has proved somewhat elusive since Hibernian FC’s return to the big time in 2017. For some reason, Hibs always seem to have our number when we have played in Edinburgh of late.

Celtic Finding Rhythm Under Postecoglou

After what was a somewhat stuttering start to the 2021-22 campaign, it seems like Celtic are now moving in the right direction under manager Ange Postecoglou. It’s no surprise there would be some teething problems at the start of the Australian’s tenure, but the manager has been calm and collected over the opening months, and his side are starting to reap the rewards.

Perfect Ball, Perfect Header – Watch As Celtic Open Scoring

Ange Postecoglou dropped a surprise package into his starting eleven today in the shape of Mikey Johnston. The fan debate was all around if Abada or Gia should start and how effective Kyogo is out on the wing rather than the main striker role. Ange has backed the academy players...

Boli Bolingoli – Celtic’s second left back contender

Yesterday I looked at the first of our possibilities to replace the injured Greg Taylor at left back, Josip Juranovic. As we know our manager Ange Postecoglou gave us the news at the weekend that Taylor will be out for the foreseeable future, most likely not returning until the New Year after undergoing shoulder surgery a few weeks ago. This has created an opening in the left back berth in which any number of players will be staking a claim to cement down the position as their own.

Hibernian v Celtic – team news, KO time and where to watch

Celtic face Hibernian at Easter Road this evening in what could prove to be a mouthwatering tie between the sides. Jack Ross’ Hibs have lost their last three and they will look to address that slump against Ange Postecoglou’s men, who have won their last three League games. Celtic have looked more commanding with the ball, restricting their opponents from gaining chances on the counter-attack – something that will please the manager and his coaching staff.

Liam Shaw and Osaze Urhoghide would benefit from Celtic loan exits

Celtic duo Liam Shaw and Osaze Urhoghide have struggled to make their impact since arriving in Glasgow. The pair joined from Sheffield Wednesday but neither have made a first-team debut as Ange Postecoglou continues to value others ahead of the youngsters. Both Shaw, 20, and Urhoghide, 21, are at an...

Worrying report on Celtic duo Liam Shaw and Osaze Urhoghide must be put into context

A worrying report emerged last night concerning Celtic duo Liam Shaw and Osaze Urhoghide as the Scottish Sun claimed they’re already fighting for their Parkhead futures. The newspaper believes that the former Sheffield Wednesday pair are not at the levels deemed capable of competing for a first-team spot. Nobody can...