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David Potter’s Reflections: “a wonderful second half which showed Scottish football at its best”

11
Dec
2017

Posted By kevingraham

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There are, I suppose, several ways of looking at this one – we threw away a 2-0 lead, we missed at least two great chances, we only saved our 68 game run by a superb last minute clearance, we didn’t wake up until half time, Hibs are improving under Neil Lennon and we expect big things from them on Wednesday  – all these things are true, but the bottom line was that it was a wonderful second half which showed Scottish …

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David Potter’s Reflections: “it hurts to write about one that was, frankly, poor”

09
Dec
2017

Posted By kevingraham

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After so many good performances, it hurts to write about one that was, frankly, poor. Anderlecht were the better side last night and deserved their victory for what it was worth, whereas Celtic have had many better nights, even in Europe, which is increasingly looking like our Achilles heel But the important thing is that no real harm has been done and February will see us playing in Europe again against whoever the draw on Monday pairs us with. There are quite …

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David Potter’s Reflections: “a good hammering and the sound of silence from Fir Park”

04
Dec
2017

Posted By kevingraham

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Well, Motherwell cannot really moan about the refereeing in this game. It was, quite frankly, a good hammering and the sound of silence from Fir Park is very welcome. I think we will not see Motherwell again until March 17. Which other referees will have been cruel to them in the mean time, I wonder? This was from any viewpoint a very accomplished Celtic performance. Five lovely goals and Odsonne Edouard today won his spurs with three of them. The …

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