Tag: Kilmarnock

Joe McBride 1938 -2012

The Celtic Network would like to extend our sympathies to the family of Joe McBride Who sadly passed away at the age of 74 after suffering a stroke. Joe had a remarkable goals to games ratio for Celtic between 1965 and 1968 scoring 86 goals in 94 games. A record anyone can be proud off. Joe was […]

Pay back time for the SNP

Let me start by stating that I want Independence for Scotland, I intend to vote yes in the referendum in 2014. However in tomorrows coulncil elections I plan to vote for a local independent candidate. This will be my protest to remind the SNP that I am not happy at the way the Offensive Behaviour at […]

Glasgow Celtic Champions ? V Kilmarnock

Here we go again another nail biting weekend. We are now 1pt from being Champions but can we do it? I bloody hope so. We Celtic fans have been through the wringer over the past few weeks and there have been a couple of major downers but that’s supporting Celtic for you. Personally I’d rather be disappointed […]

Cup Final – Preview

The first of our ‘biggest match of the season’ series kick’s off against Kilmarnock at Hampden Park on Sunday at 3.00 pm. Must say I’m confident in getting the first part of a possible treble secured but looking back at last seasons final display I’m not over confident. Last year the other side were there […]

We Stand Alone – a Must read for Scottish football fans.

We Stand Alone The Rebirth of Scottish Football This day I should be revelling in justice being done. This day I should be partying with my fellow supporters with the jelly and ice cream flowing at the demise of Rangers. On this day I’m not. Why? Because in the eyes of the football association of […]

Why Rangers should not be saved.

We are starting to witness the end of Rangers FC and the beginning of a campaign by the media and football bodies in Scotland to allow a new company to immediately join the SPL in the event that Rangers go into liquidation. The argument seems to be that every other club would loose money and our TV deal with […]

Scottish Football: It's Decline and Hopes for the Future

  Writen by Frank, Admin for Maley’s Bhoys England 2 Scotland 3, 15th April 1967, London. Scotland defeat last year’s World Cup winners in their own back yard, to become ‘unofficial champions of the world’. Celtic 2 Internazionale 1, 25th May 1967, Lisbon. Celtic become the first British club to win the European Cup, with a […]