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Celtic boss Neil Lennon will wait for late fitness test to for of his players before naming his team to play Helsingborg in the Champions League qualifiers tonight. Celtic are potentially 180 minutes from the Champions League group stages , playing amongst Europe’s elite.
Scott Brown, James Forrest, Paddy McCourt and Gary Hooper will all be assessed a few hours before kick off to see if they can feature in the match.

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Neil Lennon’s injury-hit Celtic escaped from Dingwall with a point after a last-gasp Kris Commons tap-in salvaged a 1-1 draw for the SPL champions against new boys Ross County.
Celtic’s preparation for this game was blighted by injuries to many players including Captain Scott Brown and striker Gary Hooper which led to Lennon fielding an arguably weaker side than that that played against HJK Helsinki just over a week ago. Continue reading


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After 4 years of pain , Celtic finally get to fly the league flag before kicking off the SPL season. The 12.45 kick off will see Celtic raising the champions flag before they set out to defend their honour. Continue reading


With Euro 2012 over we are gradually seeing an increased number of signings by English Premier League Clubs. However, what are the best bits of business that have been done so far this summer? Continue reading


With no Rangers left to challenge Celtic, will the Hoops walk the league or can any other SPL teams create a serious claim as a contender for the SPL title?

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The fate of Rangers was finally decided this morning after a meeting of the SFL clubs at Hampden. Continue reading


Let’s hope we get to see this in 111 next season

Upon learning that the Green Brigade will refuse to renew their season tickets if a Newco are allowed in the SPL, I was shocked and to be quite honest, let down.
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In a 22-year playing career, he played for two clubs, Celtic and Liverpool, winning numerous honours with both. He is Scotland’s most capped player, with 102 appearances, and joint leading goal scorer, with 30 international goals and was voted the best post war striker in British football by Four Four Two. He is also in both the Scottish & English hall of fames, I am of course speaking of Kenny Dalglish.
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Craig Beattie’s luck throughout his career has never been the greatest. The Glasgow born striker clearly strives to do his all for the team he plays, in exchange for love and adoration from the fans. Continue reading


Leigh Griffiths, 21, has scored 8 league goals this season

Love him, hate him, have no opinion on him – ladies and gentlemen , I give you Leigh Griffiths. The 21-year-old definitely divides the masses within the Scottish game.
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