Monthly Archives: November 2016

David Potter’s Reflections: “This was simply splendid…”

28
Nov
2016

Posted By kevingraham

Posted in Articles, Match Reports

This was simply splendid, and an excellent example of this Brendan Rodgers team at their best. It is easy to knock Aberdeen, and they certainly froze on the day, but who made them freeze? It was this Celtic team who managed to combine professionalism with simple love for the green and white jersey. This is a fine combination, reminding us of 1967, and once we can learn the knack of winning in Europe, the jigsaw will be complete. As it …

Read More

1 Comment

David Potter’s Reflections: We will miss Europe, but no more than Europe will miss Celtic with our marvellous fans, stadium and atmosphere

24
Nov
2016

Posted By kevingraham

Posted in Articles, Match Reports

This was ultimately a disappointment but not a heartbreak, and unlike the 7-0 of September where there was no consolation, we can take a few “positives” from this one. We are after all on a learning curve, and with a bit of luck and a few shrewd buys in January with a view to next year in Europe, we can achieve a lot more. Even this season, if we had had a slightly easier group, we would have had a …

Read More

2 Comments

David Potter’s Reflections: “Facts are chiels that winna ding”

20
Nov
2016

Posted By kevingraham

Posted in Articles, Match Reports

I have always had a high regard for Lee Clark, whom I remember playing for Newcastle United. He is a sincere, unpretentious down to earth Geordie who knows his football, and therefore I am not surprised that his Kilmarnock side put up a good show on Friday night. It is a pity he can’t persuade the good people of Kilmarnock to attend the games in greater numbers, but I don’t think that his side will be relegated this year. This …

Read More

2 Comments