Posts Tagged "Celtic"

Morris Woodman’s Tactical Chalkboard: Celtic

Morris Woodman’s Tactical Chalkboard: Celtic

By on Aug 6, 2010 in Art, Latest, Scottish Football | 9 comments

Morris Woodman is England’s most successful football manager.  In 13 seasons in the crucible of the Zambian top flight, his team Spartak Thunderbolts are yet to lose a single game.  During last summer’s World Cup, Twohundredpercent’s own Mungo McCrackas met up with Woodman and asked him if he would be willing to provide weekly tactical analysis of...

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County Deepen Celtic’s Woes

County Deepen Celtic’s Woes

By on Apr 13, 2010 in Latest, Scottish Football | 3 comments

When the draw for the Scottish Cup semi-finals was made all the talk was of Rangers and Celtic being kept apart for a potential Old Firm final. It hasn’t quite worked out that way. Rangers didn’t even reach the semis in the end, losing to a scruffy but deserved last minute goal in their quarter-final replay at Dundee United; but it’s Celtic’s...

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Old Infirm? The Further Travails Of Rangers & Celtic

Old Infirm? The Further Travails Of Rangers & Celtic

By on Mar 14, 2010 in Latest, Scottish Football | 1 comment

Some ill-advised comments made by the Celtic chairman John Reid at last year’s club AGM may now be coming back to haunt him, as rivals Rangers seem to be coasting to a Scottish Premier League championship. Mark Murphy takes a look at how the two clubs have progressed this season and finds that Reid’s bullishness couldn’t have come with much worse...

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Celtic & Rangers Frozen Out Of The Premier League

By on Nov 12, 2009 in English League Football, Latest, Scottish Football | 5 comments

Phil Gartside’s plan to revolutionise the Premier League (any personal gain from which to him or his club Bolton Wanderers would, of course, be entirely coincidental) has failed, for now. The issue of relegation from Premier League Two can be stored away for another day (in December 2010, to be precise), and Bolton Wanderers can get on with the small matter of...

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