Celtic v Aberdeen, Live updates


Live updates will appear below after 15:00.


Paul John Dykes and Kevin Graham are joined by Celtic authors, Stephen Sullivan and Stevie Murray for a special festive episode – Christmas Jumpers for Goal-Posts.

Stephen Sullivan is a former Celtic View reporter who wrote the much-lauded Sean Fallon biography, ‘Iron Man’. He is now the editor of FIFA.com.

Stevie Murray has now written two books on Celtic – ‘Ten Men Won The League’ and ‘Kenny of the Celtic’ – and he is a respected and authoritative voice on the club.


Connect with A Celtic State of Mind @PaulDykes, @acsom and @CQNMagazine and subscribe to the podcast via iTunes or through your podcast player.

Treat yourself to a signed copy of Jim Craig – Right Back to 67 and you will receive a copy of That Season on Paradise signed by Bertie Auld, just order the Jim Craig book at CQNbookstore.co.uk and we’ll do the rest…


Click Here for Comments >

About Author

  1. Pages:
  2. 1
  3. 2
  4. 3
  5. 4
  6. 5
  7. 6
  8. 7
  9. ...
  10. 18

  1. Gerryfaethebrig on

    Smyth 1.46




    Coupon picks are



















    Dundee Utd



    Ayr Utd




    If betting, remember and bet responsibly :-)

  2. It’s a great ball in from Eammon Brophy and Kris Boyd has the experience to anticipate it well. It’s no more than Kilmarnock deserve


    Peter Houston

  3. Kilmarnock 2-1 Rangers


    Rangers manager Graeme Murty reacts to going behind by throwing on Eduardo Herrera for Lee Hodson.




    Naw, me either!

  4. What a boost this could be to Aberdeen ahead of their visit to Parkhead.





    The commentator said that!!!!!

  5. On route to Celtic Park now with my brother and nephew. Atmosphere is building nicely. Delighted to see Jonny Hayes and big Moussa back in the starting line up.



  6. Plucky south siders pumped again!



    Ho ho ho!



    Now, C’MON THE CELTS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  7. Philbhoy it’s not the fact they were beaten, it’s the fact that Killie played them off the park.




    Killie were the better team but the Ran*er* are shit*!



    Hoping for a win today, although, as long as we don’t get beat, it’ll be a good day!

  9. Poor Murty the rest of this season is going to last an eternity I think he will be gone within a month



    Need to put down Aberdeen good & proper today if we are on song we should manage it by a couple of goals McInnes though talking about how robust Hearts were last week so expect a real physical game today

  10. From bbc



    Rangers haven’t created much in this match but need to find something quickly if Graeme Murty is to avoid defeat in his first match as full-time manager.






    So it’s really only his first defeat as a full-time manager .


    It’s this kind of reporting that helped kill the first incarnation of R****** . Long may it continue.

  11. DBHOY



    I had a conversation on here a few years ago with TET.


    I was wanting Hayes and Mcginn from Aberdeen at the time , sadly for me he has been piss poor for us as apposed to how he played for Aberdeen …just my view of course …..Mikey Johnstone would have found a place before Hayes .


    Hope he is man of the match now lol.

  12. thomthethim for Oscar OK on

    i think we have gone for strength with Brown, Ntcham, Armstrong and Hayes in th team.



    I suspect the Dons will try and adopt the Hearts “robust” approach.


    Let’s hope we have the correct boots on!



    BT speculating on Alves’ injury.


    I can tell them.



    It is Appearance Money Deficit.


    Well done to my oul’ classmate,Stevie Clarke.



    He’ll have enjoyed that as much as we did today,a fantastic coach who has suffered a fair bit from impatient directors.



    Though,from speaking to someone who knew him well at Reading,that result might not crack a smile with him. Takes a lot,that.



    Go on,Steve. Light up the town tonight. Stevie Stevie,give us a smile!!!

  14. A good morning from a damp but surprisingly mild eastern seaboard.


    This will be a big test for us today.


    Happy to see Brendan’s confidence in Ajer.


    Let’s pray he comes through the test with flying colours


    And a goal.

  15. Noticed Daniel Carvajal did a Carlos Cuellar against Barca. Sent-off and penalty. 0-3 at the Bernabau.

  1. Pages:
  2. 1
  3. 2
  4. 3
  5. 4
  6. 5
  7. 6
  8. 7
  9. ...
  10. 18