Dinamo Moscow 0-2 Celtic (1-2) - UCL 3rd Qualifying Round

August 6th, 2009 by leewilson

A dramatic last minute goal from substitute Giorgios Samaras saw Celtic defeat Russian side Dinamo Moscow 2-0 in the second leg of their Champions League Third Qualifying Round encounter.
The victory puts Celtic into the new final qualifying stage where they are guaranteed to face a tough two legged tie against either Arsenal, Lyon, Stuttgart, Panathinaikos or Atletico Madrid [...]

Dinamo Moscow v Celtic - Preview

August 4th, 2009 by seanbhoy

Celtic head into tomorrow nights match against Dinamo Moscow with history and form very much weighted heavily against them. Never before have they managed to turn around a first leg home defeat in Europe. Add to that Celtic’s horrendous form away from home and the 1-0 advantage in Dinamo’s favour almost makes this look a [...]

Shunsuke Nakamura! The Japanese Genuis

August 3rd, 2009 by seanbhoy

In years to come the history books will take over and tell us of how the Gordon Strachan era was a time of boom for the Celtic family. The young will hear of our three-in-a-row and a couple of European nights when the continent’s elite left Parkhead defeated with a ringing in their ears from [...]

Celtic 0 Dinamo Moscow 1

July 29th, 2009 by seanbhoy

Celtic 0
Dinamo Moscow 1 (Kokorin 7)

Tony Mowbray’s Celtic tenure got off to the worst possible start with a one goal defeat against Dinamo Moscow at Celtic Park. The Glasgow sides Champions League hopes now hang by a thread and a turnaround of epic proportions will be required in order for Celtic to progress.
The goal arrived [...]

Celtic v Dinamo Moscow - Preview

July 27th, 2009 by seanbhoy

Celtic begin their quest for a fourth successive Champions League group stage appearance with a tough third round qualifier against Dinamo Moscow at Parkhead on Wednesday. Thus far, Celtic’s pre-season preparations have gone according to plan, with four clean sheets and victory in the Wembley Cup.

The positives that can be taken from these matches have [...]

Paul Hartley - The Bhoy who lived the dream

July 26th, 2009 by seanbhoy

Paul Hartley may never be written into the folklore of Celtic greats. The chances of his name ever been sung from the stands in the same breath as Johnstone, Tully, Murdoch, Hall and Hay are slim. However, Hartley is a man who dreamt of wearing the hoops and through football’s backwater achieved that aim with [...]

Countdown to new season looms for Celtic

July 25th, 2009 by seanbhoy

As Celtic head into a new season that will begin prematurely to most, they’ll start out with their usual two targets; win the championship and European football after Christmas. As both of these goals fell painfully and agonisingly by the wayside last season, with the team hitting the self-destruct button, attainment of these objectives is [...]

2009 Scottish Cup Quater Final Team News

March 7th, 2009 by philliphudson

Welcome to the team news of todays
Homecoming Scottish Cup Quater Final

St Mirren have Jack Ross back after he returns from suspension however, Scott Cuthbert will miss the Quater Final tie as he is ineligible because of his loan agreement from todays opponants. The Buddies are also without Brighton, Robb, O’Donnell, Miranda and McAusland through injury.

Meanwhile Celtic welcome [...]

St Mirren V Celtic Preview

March 6th, 2009 by philliphudson

Homecoming Scottish Cup Quarter Final
Celtic face a trip to St Mirren on Saturday in the Homecoming Scottish Cup Q/F, a tie that is live on Sky Sports 1 and HD1 at 12.15.
The sides only met last Saturday at Park Head where Celtic ran out comfortable winners 7-0, with Nakamura bagging a brace in a very [...]

Celtic Champions League Draw: No’ bad.

August 28th, 2008 by auldharry

All honest Celtic fans will admit it, after the teams from Pots 1 & 2 had been drawn in Monaco earlier today, heartbeats were fairly racing at the prospect of being lumped in with Real Madrid (who many had earlier expressed a desire to meet), Juventus and the possibility of Dynamo Kiev or old adversaries [...]