Monthly Archives: January 2017

David Potter’s Reflections: “credit to Brendan and his merry men…..”

29
Jan
2017

Posted By kevingraham

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Well, there was not very much wrong with the world today was there (yes! yes! I know there is Donald Trump, but I mean the Celtic world!) as we made our way back to our buses this afternoon. Even the sun was out! It was a fine win with Celtic once again showing that, if anyone is going to stop us, it will take some doing. Hearts had a reasonably good first half, but when the second goal went in, …

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David Potter’s Reflections: “The name Dallas will never be a popular one round about Celtic Park”

26
Jan
2017

Posted By kevingraham

Posted in Articles, Match Reports

I have always had a high regard for St Johnstone, and I think Tommy Wright has done a great job on a limited budget and in a city which is not a great footballing area. (There are even a few nasty rumours going around that some of their supporters vote Tory!) I know that it would be a tough fight last night, and it was. St Johnstone defended well – the occasional illegal tackle, it has to be said – …

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David Potter’s Reflections: “Celtic eased back into the groove…”

24
Jan
2017

Posted By kevingraham

Posted in Articles, Match Reports

This was a fairly quiet low-key, bordering now and again on the tedious, game in which Celtic eased back into the groove after the mid-winter break which most of us fail to see the point of. There was always a slight fear that we might start badly, because we recalled the very first game of the season in which we managed to lose to the Red Imps of Gibraltar. Remember that? It seems such a long time ago. This game …

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