Monthly Archives: December 2017

David Potters Reflections: “bottom line is that Celtic remain eight points ahead of Aberdeen, and eleven ahead of Rangers”

31
Dec
2017

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CELTIC  0  RANGERS  0 The boos at the end of this game from some Celtic supporters (but only “some”) were surely unwarranted. The performance was a little disappointing, yes, but there is a world of difference between a poor game and a disappointing performance on the one hand and words like “garbage” “rubbish” and a lot worse hurled at players who finished 2017 eight points clear in the Scottish League, the Scottish League Cup already in the bag, still in …

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David Potter’s Reflections: This was a truly competent and professional performance

24
Dec
2017

Posted By kevingraham

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This was a truly competent and professional importance. If last Sunday was bad, this week was good, and it now seems that Celtic have indeed heeded the wake-up call of last Sunday, and have realized that there is nothing worse than complacency. Today’s victory was hard-worked for and well deserved. It was a good day for everyone connected with the green and white. Full marks must first of all to go to the fans who turned up in great numbers …

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David Potter’s Reflections: “The victory was a somewhat pedestrian one”

22
Dec
2017

Posted By kevingraham

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It was Partick Thistle, last night, wasn’t it? The PA announcer thought it was Kilmarnock, at one point! But Partick it was, a team who defended well enough, but showed little punch up front, and Celtic won comfortably. As far as Celtic were concerned, the important thing was just to win. Anything less than a win might have seen the newspapers bringing out the word “crisis” for an airing, and the fans might have begun to turn on Brendan Rodgers. …

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