Month: September 2011

Neil Lennon Attack Air Brushed From History ?

Celtic have to return to the hate filled atmosphere of  Tynecastle on Sunday therefore all this week there have been news reports on the TV. The one thing that’s noticeable in these reports is that Neil Lennon was not attacked by a thug at Tynecastle he was “approached”, “harassed” and “ran at” and all because a thug by […]

Celtic V Udinese. Two ways of looking at it.

European football returns to Celtic Park tonight and there are two ways of looking at that. The first way is that this game and the other Europa League ties are bonus games in a tournament that we won’t win therefore the manager, fans and players should see it as such and chill out a bit. […]

Death to Taxes

By Graham Wilson. Beyond the Waves. After the final whistle this past Sunday, and the scoreline was revealed, the first image I had in my mind was a scene of a laughing Peter Lawwell, after he made a joke at the expense of Them. He said, “well last night we had a 29 million offer […]

What to do with The Green Brigade ?

Please visit the Celtic Blog and give your opinion. http://thecelticblog.com/2011/09/blogs/what-to-do-about-the-green-brigade-a-quick-poll TCN Backs the Green Brigade in their current stance against this new proposed law and the harassment of football fans. We also back freedom of speech and expression of Celtic’s Irish heritage. However in common with the majority who voted in our previous polls we would like […]

Celtic Fans Media. So far ahead of the game.

The Celtic Network was created to give Celtic fans a credible alternative to mainstream media and after the first two months we’re delighted to announce that we are starting to deliver. We have already had 50,809 unique visitors with roughly 8,000 of those visitors leaving the site to visit our partner sites. Most sites would moan about […]

Celtic, the cleanest side in the SPL

According to an article posted on STV Sport today Celtic are by far the best disciplined side in the SPL. (Cue rangers fans complaining about the standard of refereeing) After eight weeks of action St Mirren and tomorrows position ICT are joint top of the league though I doubt they’ll be celebrating.

A win is a win as BBC Scotland Fail

Ross County 0 – Celtic 2 Last night the cup threw up a few surprises the fact that the Celtic defence is still ropey was not one of them. The game turned out to be a traditional cup tie full of tough tackles and plenty of running on a soaking pitch in the driving rain. […]