Monthly Archives: August 2017

David Potters Reflections:”the game was a good one”

28
Aug
2017

Posted By kevingraham

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The end result may have been a trifle disappointing, but the game was a good one played in front of a virtually full Celtic Park in good weather with the team well supported throughout. St Johnstone, as we knew anyway, were no mugs and they departed satisfied with their point. Whether they deserved it or not is a moot point. Celtic certainly deserved all three from their second half performance alone with Scott Sinclair looking as if he were enjoying …

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David Potter’s Reflections: “I’ve had more comfortable and relaxing meals than my tea tonight”

22
Aug
2017

Posted By kevingraham

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Well, I’ve had more comfortable and relaxing meals than my tea tonight, but  it all worked out well in the end, even though we thought we were going to throw it all away at one point. The lesson must be that you never switch off in Europe. Concentration is of the essence, and there is no such thing as an easy tie in the Champions League… but we all knew that, anyway! Why, then, did it happen? The first goal …

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David Potter’s Reflections: “That is a fine away strip”

21
Aug
2017

Posted By kevingraham

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This was a routine, competent, if unspectacular Celtic performance. It was the sort of performance which wins Leagues, particularly at venues which have caused problems in the past (although, if truth be told, we have not very often in the recent past had trouble at Rugby Park). Kilmarnock were not a bad team, and certainly a great deal better than they were 10 days ago at Parkhead in the League Cup, but Celtic were always well on top without ever …

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