Monthly Archives: April 2017

David Potter’s Reflections: “I cannot say that Saturday was the best day of my life …”

30
Apr
2017

Posted By kevingraham

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Oddly enough, I cannot say that Saturday was the best day of my life – or anything like it! It was a predictable and almost routine victory over a team who are going nowhere – already there are calls for the head of their Manager! – and it is difficult to recall a time when the gap between the two teams has been so wide. It is in danger of ceasing to be a rivalry, such is the gulf. This …

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David Potter’s Reflections: “first defeat of Rangers in a Scottish Cup semi-final since Patsy Gallacher orchestrated a 5-0 doing in 1925.”

24
Apr
2017

Posted By kevingraham

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Well, you cannot take it away from them! This was another very fine Celtic performance, and a thoroughly deserved path to our 55th Scottish Cup final when we will be chasing our 37th Scottish Cup. The game was, at times, one of the more one-sided of Old Firm games, and even when Rangers came more into the game, one got the feeling that Celtic could have stepped up a gear if they had lost a goal. It was Celtic’s first …

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David Potter’s Reflections: “oh, Scottie Brown, what have you done?”

17
Apr
2017

Posted By kevingraham

Posted in Articles, Match Reports

This was a sleepy game until the last three minutes. Celtic seemed to have weathered a storm which had seen them lose a goal, and had fought back to win the game, apparently, with a good goal from Patrick Roberts. It was almost “start the car” time, for the game, such as it mattered for Celtic, was fizzling out. But then we had the madness at the end. The penalty cannot really be described as anything other than a blatant …

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