Warbo announces plan for glamorous North American pre-season training camp

Two days after Celtic’s International Champions Cup schedule was confirmed Mark Warburton has announced that Sevco will enjoy a luxury training trip to North America which may also include a game of soccer. Celtic’s schedule features matches against Leicester City, Barcelona and Inter Milan but with no decent opponents prepared to entertain the Ibrox club

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RIP Johan Cruyff

I hate Ajax let me be clear, but today they lost their Jinky. Johan Cruyff passed away today at age 68, I remember him from his time as Barcelona manager in the early 90’s, i was too young to have ever seen him play. A man who with Maradona, Pele, Puskás and Messi are arguably

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The Unbearable Agony Continues

It is now two weeks since Gordon Strachan announced his Scotland squads for the friendly fixtures on 24 and 29 March. During that time we have seen wailing, whining and wibbling from Sevco and its adoring media about the fact that not one Sevco starlet was called up for the games. The apparent outrage at

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Why Celtic Simply Has to Sign This 25 Year Old Defender On A Free Transfer In The Summer

Celtic are apparently interested in signing Dundee defender Paul McGinn according to the Scotsman. The Dundee defender will be out of contract in the summer and Celtic are willing to bring him to Parkhead. The Hoops had a frustrating outing against struggling Kilmarnock in the Premiership on Saturday. They were in fact very lucky to

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Why Erik just can’t get enough

Erik Sviatchenko just can’t get enough of Tom Rogic’s last minute winner against Kilmarnock. The Danish defender picked up a black eye during the celebrations but that feeling was numbed by picking up three points from Rugby Park. With Aberdeen losing at Motherwell Celtic can go seven points ahead before Derek McInnes’ side are back

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