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David Potter’s Reflections: “grinding out” of a win

26
Jan
2018

Posted By kevingraham

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This was a traditional January “grinding out” of a win. We got there in the end, but it was a struggle. Indeed, the first half was one of the poorest 45 minutes that I can recall from a Celtic side for many years, and the penalty conceded was, frankly, unprofessional from a player of whom we expect a lot better. He was rightly substituted, and of course it was the introduction of Leigh Griffiths which made all the difference. Not …

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David Potters Reflections: A pleasant re-introduction

21
Jan
2018

Posted By kevingraham

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A pleasant re-introduction after the Scottish Premiership’s winter holiday. I shall try to refrain from criticising this piece of nonsense again,other than to say that buying a player who then gets injured during this “holiday” does not seem to say much for it! I look forward to welcoming Herr Kompper in the spring! Today was cold at Parkhead, but the football was encouraging and the goals were all good ones, it being an added bonus that they were all scored …

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

31
Dec
2017

Posted By kevingraham

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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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