“If he is on the park, he is not a mate of mines” – Lewis Spence hopes to get the better of ‘good mate’ Jack Hendry

Dundee midfielder Lewis Spence is only looking towards collecting 3 points from Celtic Park this evening – and if that means sending former team Jack Hendry home disappointed, then so be it, insists the former Dunfermline player. All Credit and Copyright sits with a partner of this website, Twenty Four Seven Scotland and Neil Bell. … More “If he is on the park, he is not a mate of mines” – Lewis Spence hopes to get the better of ‘good mate’ Jack Hendry

Scottish Premiership Midweek Round-Up; 23rd/24th January 2018

Five out of six fixtures scheduled for this midweek occurred as the Scottish Premiership returned to action after a 3-week winter break layoff. Partick Thistle 1-2 Celtic Substitute Leigh Griffiths came off the bench to help Celtic comeback in the second-half against Partick Thistle to see Brendan Rodgers’ side extend their lead at the top … More Scottish Premiership Midweek Round-Up; 23rd/24th January 2018

There’s no-Finn to lose as Graham prepares for the biggest game of his life

Saturday will see Fifer Finn Graham potentially play in the biggest match of his life, if selected against his boyhood heroes at Parkhead. The Brechin City midfielder, 21, has played 26 times for Darren Dods’ men this season, but admits that this match is the biggest in his career to date. “It is a David … More There’s no-Finn to lose as Graham prepares for the biggest game of his life

Frustration for top two as Celtic and Rangers defeated

It was a freak weekend in the Scottish Premiership, with top of the table Celtic losing for the first time domestically in 70 matches, while second placed Rangers lost at home to St Johnstone, which subsequently saw them drop down to third in Scotland’s top tier. Speaking to Celtic’s website, post-match, Brendan Rodgers said of … More Frustration for top two as Celtic and Rangers defeated

Milinkovic inspires Hearts as Jambos defeat ‘invincible’ Celtic

Brendan Rodgers’ 69-match unbeaten run as Celtic manager in Scottish domestic football is over, after his side took a beating away to Hearts. David Milinkovic shined as he scored two goals in a 4-0 win for the Jambos at Tynecastle. The hosts started brighter, with the first shot of the match coming on 11 minutes, … More Milinkovic inspires Hearts as Jambos defeat ‘invincible’ Celtic

Premiership Wednesday Round-Up; 13th December 2017

There were four matches in the Scottish Premiership this evening: Celtic 3-1 Hamilton Academincal It was a reasonably straight-forward win for the Hoops as Brendan Rodgers’ side remain firmly in command at the top of the Premiership. Celtic came out of the blocks flying with Nir Bitton having a dig at goal from range after … More Premiership Wednesday Round-Up; 13th December 2017

Celtic through to Europa League despite Anderlecht defeat

Celtic have reached the Europa League latter stages after scraping through from their Uefa Champions League group on goal difference.  Craig Gordon was the first to be called into action, saving excellently from Kums after a Onyekuru corner. The duo linked up seconds later with the Nigerian forward seeing his shot go high and wide. … More Celtic through to Europa League despite Anderlecht defeat

Celtic go 65 matches unbeaten domestically as they lift BetFred Cup

Brendan Rodgers’ Celtic side have gone 65 matches unbeaten in all domestic competitions after lifting this season’s BetFred Cup at Hampden Park – after defeating Motherwell 2-0. The first-half was a scrappy affair with neither team creating too many chances. Stuart Armstrong had a shot blocked on 10 minutes before the biggest talking point of … More Celtic go 65 matches unbeaten domestically as they lift BetFred Cup