Monthly Archives: September 2017

David Potters Reflections: “This is the day that we win away…”

27
Sep
2017

Posted By kevingraham

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Yes! At long last, Celtic have ripped up the script that says they must lose in Europe! This was a fine performance for most of the game, although the first quarter of an hour was absolutely dire and had us tearing our hair out in frustration at the amount of times that they gave the ball away. Olivier Ntcham in particular looked totally out of his depth, but to his credit, recovered well, playing a great part in the first …

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David Potter’s Reflections: “Saturday’s game had almost a routine predictability about it”

25
Sep
2017

Posted By kevingraham

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The time was when a win at Ibrox would have been a great achievement and some sort of landmark. Saturday’s game had almost a routine predictability about it. Everyone said that Celtic were going to win, and they duly did. It wasn’t a hammering in the sense that last year’s 5-1 victories were, but it was comfortable as was evidenced by the emptying of the Govan and the Copland Road stands from about the 80th minute onwards. Celtic were superior …

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David Potter’s Reflections: “The O*d F*rm game is over-rated”

17
Sep
2017

Posted By kevingraham

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If last Tuesday was bad, Saturday was very good indeed. The team was sparkling, playing intelligent and productive football and banishing the depression on midweek at a stroke. Of course, there is a huge difference between Paris Saint Germain and Ross County, but then again, both our main challengers for the League had teams of the calibre of Ross County to play this weekend, and could only draw. Well done, Thistle and Killie! It was a funny team selection, I …

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