Tagged: Celtic

Morris Woodman’s Tactical Chalkboard: Celtic 9

Morris Woodman’s Tactical Chalkboard: Celtic

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...

County Deepen Celtic’s Woes 3

County Deepen Celtic’s Woes

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....

Celtic & Rangers Frozen Out Of The Premier League 6

Celtic & Rangers Frozen Out Of The Premier League

The Premier League has decided that it doesn’t want The Old Firm and the baggage that they carry with them. It may take a change of attitude towards their neighbours for Celtic and Rangers to turn their own fortunes around, though – are they capable of such a transformation?

Phil Gartside’s Plan To Shaft English Football – Part 3 6

Phil Gartside’s Plan To Shaft English Football – Part 3

Ho hum. Phil Gartside is back, this time with his third version of a neat little insurance policy that will mean that his club and others like them will never again have to sink to the level of playing anyone not “big” enough to play his massive, massive club, Bolton Wanderers.

Which Way Now For Celtic & Rangers? 3

Which Way Now For Celtic & Rangers?

The fact that Rangers and Celtic believe themselves to be too big for Scottish football is one of the oldest stories around but, as Gavin Saxton writes, their biggest problem is that the English don’t really want them and “The Atlantic League” remains a non-starter.

Rangers & Celtic: The Decline Of The Northern Empire? 7

Rangers & Celtic: The Decline Of The Northern Empire?

Rangers & Celtic played out the first Old Firm match of the Scottish league season yesterday. Recent results in Europe have led some to believe that there is a slim possibility that their hegemony may be broken in Scotland but, as Gavin Saxton notes, they still remain too strong for the rest of the SPL.

John Hartson 111

John Hartson

That retirement comes at such a young age is one of the curious contradictions of football. No sooner has a professional player reached his prime than he is sliding down the other side of...