Tag: Neil Lennon

3-2-1 and Breath

It’s been a whirlwind 48 hours for Celtic fans. Never experienced anything like it in my 54 years. Let me start by saying that I and many others expected Brendan Rodgers to leave in the Summer. If he had he would have went with good will behind him. Unfortunately the manner in which he left […]

This lad is a player, no ‘Biton’ about the bush

Sometimes when a player arrives at the club we expect the unexpected I guess. Till a month ago the only Summer signing that had any real value was Van Dijk but out came Nir Biton. During the 2-1 loss to Aberdeen at home I questioned the midfield and said “Biton should be in a midfield […]

Broken Records as ten men Celtic fall in Aberdeen

The clean sheet record is gone as the unbeaten run but as football people we know these things can’t last forever. To lose out on this tonight and get beat in the Scottish Cup by Aberdeen shows maybe Aberdeen are a better side these days.  But the reality is 12 minutes into this game and […]

Forster creates more history as Celtic ease past Hearts

Today we went to the place we won 7-0 in the cup and there was no way we were going to do that again, Hearts set up today to take our width away. With Izzy missing we lacked width but Hearts did double up on us in the wings FRASER FORSTER 1,215 Minutes clean sheets […]

Why we must never forget what Lenny went through

When we sit and think about Neil Lennon and we judge him as a manger after every game, as we do, its football, part and parcel of what comes with the territory, we can’t ever forget what Neil Lennon came through to get Celtic to where they are today, a good European side Back in […]

It’s Healthy To Ask Questions

Questions are good, they are essential in the development of the human condition and a free society. Everyone has the right to question anything without fear or prejudice. You might not like some questions, you also may not like the person asking them but no one should be belittled or chastised for asking questions. Yesterday’s […]

125 At The Double !

What a season that was. In true Celtic style we honoured another anniversary by delivering silverware and making our mark on Europe. Today we celebrate our clubs first game in 1888 when we humbled the defunct RFC 5 – 2 at the original Celtic Park. All in all our 125th year has been a great […]