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SPFL Nothing compares to the raw and rugged brilliance of Scottish football
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Nothing compares to the raw and rugged brilliance of Scottish football
It may be unfashionable but Scottish football has a beauty you won’t find at PSG or on Barcelona’s tourist-filled stands

Odsonne Edouard celebrates after scoring Celtic’s winner at Rangers on Saturday. Photograph: Jane Barlow/PA

In 1992, when I was a thrusting young(ish) reporter on the Scotsman, my then girlfriend (and now wife) and I went on holiday to the west coast of the United States. We were walking down the Third Street Promenade in Santa Monica, California, when we came across an international newspaper stand – a relic of the pre-internet age that offered ye olde worlde travellers a link back to the homeland, albeit with the immediacy we would all associate with Kris Commons...
celtic Celtic By Numbers Does Podcast
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The Celtic Star podcasts are golden. If gold is too rich for your blood you can go for entry level bronze by checking out the interview with me blathering about the season so far. As there is no game fill yer ears with this Enjoy! HH

We are joined on this podcast extra by Alan Morrison. Alan is the man behind the Celtic By Numbers website, so as you can guess we are going to be talking stats and how they can tell the story of Celtic’s Season so far.
We discuss our drop in performance this season, the creative hole caused by injuries, why we should be singing songs for the return of Stuart Armstrong, the Scott Sinclair situation, the problems of making too many changes, the case for the defence, Simunovic v Boyata, Olivier Ntcham’s influence and importance to the team and finally we admit that Kristoffer Ajer is the new Virgil Van...
celtic Celtic Chris Sutton - Rodgers produced a tactical masterclass
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Celtic Chris Sutton - Rodgers produced a tactical masterclass
As near as Sutton will ever come to eating his words. Remember that on Thursday he was slagging Brendan for not starting Musonda.​
Brendan Rodgers was asked serious questions. Perhaps for the first time in his Celtic reign.​
His response was to produce a managerial masterclass.​
In recent weeks, it’s been hinted he has lost the Midas touch, that not everything he touches turns to gold.​
But Rodgers did not put a foot wrong against Zenit St Petersburg – before or during the game with the Russians.​
In this column a week ago I said it was a big night for the manager. There had to signs of...​
celtic Dembele, Edouard & Musonda
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At times he’s seemed like the Od man out at Celtic. There’s been plenty of debate around Moussa Dembele, riffs over Leigh Griffiths but barely a word about Odsonne Edouard.

Brendan Rodgers reckons it’s about time the on-loan PSG hitman got tongues wagging after his star turn against Hearts in midweek.

Edouard was drafted in last summer but hasn’t quite been able to nail down a regular place with Griffiths and Dembele fighting it out for the front role in between visits to the treatment table.

The French youngster has had to be patient but his manager has complete faith he will be a smash hit in the second half of the season.

Odsonne Edouard opens the scoring for Celtic (Image: SNS Group)


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