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  1. C.O.Y.B.I.G.



    CELTIC: Hart, Johnston, Carter-Vickers, Starfelt, Taylor, McGregor, Hatate, Mooy, Jota, Kyogo, Maeda.


    Subs: Bain, Haksabanovic, Abada, Turnbull, Kobayashi, Oh, Iwata, O’Riley, Forrest

  2. Another day,Another name change.


    Farcical fakery.we see you



    Celtic go to work.for us and each other




  3. paulsthroughball88 on

    See there’s already been one big bubble burst this morning. Let’s go burst another one, Celtic, and keep that gap as wide as possible.

  4. Cmon Celtic Let the people sing.


    Win it for us and especially for those that are up and away to local CSCs at 6am in -25 degrees



  5. worth a repost.



    if they dont look at the table, and only focus on improving, then no fear from when the fixture is played






    BOGNORBHOY on 5TH FEBRUARY 2023 10:42 AM


    Ange Postecoglou: Away games are always a challenge





    By Ryan Maher














    A trip to Perth to face St Johnstone is up next for Celtic this Sunday (February 5), in a fixture that brought some extremely late drama the last time the Hoops visited there.







    Leading 1-0 going into stoppage time, the Hoops lost their lead and then regained it to secure a dramatic three points back in October.







    It’s a marker of the threat that away games in the league can pose and Ange Postecoglou is all too aware of the dangers of St Johnstone come Sunday lunchtime despite his side’s incredible form this season.









    Speaking ahead of the game, the Celtic manager said: “Playing away from home is always a challenge because it’s not always the team you’re playing but the conditions.







    “All teams at home have a bit more self-belief, so the fact we have been so consistent away from home is great from the lads and they have belief in our football.







    “In some games, we’ve had to work really hard to make sure we didn’t drop points, so it’s about knowing the players have the character and belief in our football to go and contest these games and know if we play to the levels we know we can then we’re hard to stop.







    ‘It’s been a big part of this team that aside from the football it’s the character they’ve shown.’







    “This group of players has handled things really well and the main reason is that we haven’t focused on our position in the table. What we are focusing on is trying to improve.







    “We’re a better side than we were last year and that’s our aim to keep improving and add layers to our football and improve our players individually and collectively.”







    After such a hectic start to the campaign, the fixture list is rolling at a consistent pace of one game a week, with the occasional midweek fixture added in.







    But even with fewer games, the manager is committed to his belief that any success that comes between now and the end of the season will be achieved by the effort of the full squad, and not just any particular starting XI.







    He added: “Even when I’ve rotated the squad, particularly during our busy period with the Champions League, it wasn’t pre-mediated, it was using the best information I had before me.







    “I’ve tried to put a squad together that gives us many options and my job is to use it in the best way.







    “It’s a squad game and substitutions have made a huge difference to the way we play our football and we try and be clear with our message to the players that whether you start or finish a game the expectations are the same – that’s something the players have embraced.







    “We don’t have midweek games but it doesn’t mean there won’t be changes to the team and they will be made to give us the best chance of success.”

  6. Hello again all you young rebels.



    Right up for it now bhoys, good day down the pub.


    Hoops top a wee bit beer stained, EPL fuds suitably


    put in their place.


    “ We don’t stop “ that’s all the bhoys need to do, Ange


    knows that, superior ability does the rest.


    H H. Mick



    See there’s already been one big bubble burst this morning.



    What does that mean? What bubble has burst this morning?

  8. Sky Sports presenter Eilidh Barbour played a round of golf with St Johnstone manager Callum Davidson which was broadcast half-an-hour ago. Davidson won and as they shook hands Barbour said, “Good win. Let’s hope you get a good win on Sunday.”



    Back to the studio and even Kris Boyd pulled her up on it.

  9. Scott Bain again our number 2 is this call injury of Ben Siegrist more serious than first thought. ?




  10. TOM MCLAUGHLIN on 5TH FEBRUARY 2023 11:43 AM



    She is a St Johnstone supporter.



    Not exactly a state secret.



    That guy on Off The Ball is one too.

  11. G’day PARK ROAD 67



    Hope all good with you and lovely wife, time to switch to CTV.


    “ we don’t stop “ I just luv that. ❤️


    H H. Mick

  12. Fabrizio Romano








    Giōrgos Giakoumakīs to Atlanta United as DP, done deal — striker traveling to Mexico together with his agent Blash Hossein where Atlanta pre season is taking place for medical tests 🇬🇷🇺🇸 #MLS #transfers



    Celtic will receive £4.3m fee, player will sign three year deal with option.








    Ange said on Friday Siegrist won’t be risked at Perth but should return next week.



    Apparently he had a minor setback with his calf injury but it’s not serious.

  14. Tom



    I actually welcome Eilidh being open and identifying herself as a St. Johnstone supporter. She has always been open about it (it’s even on her Wiki page) and still manages not to be bigoted towards other sides even Dundee United or Dundee- the traditional Perth rivals.



    I welcome it rather than the pretend neutrality of Chick Young identifying as a St. Mirren fan because they were his “safer” 2nd team.

  15. C’MON THE CELTS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!



    Busy in the garden today but will look in from time to time.

  16. I wonder if the crutherland was on the list of creditors for the old club that is in liquidation









    Celtic Trefoil







    Disgraceful treatment from the Crutherland Hotel in East Kilbride for Martin O’Neill and his family detailed in his new book.



  17. That’s wee Elidh ,who said sge would call out bigotry and sectarianism whenever she sees it,backing up her boyfriend a couple of weeks ago, not holding my breath on that one

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