Paul Murphy takes us back to the early 1980s when Celtic enjoyed a UEFA Cup run that included a famous win over Sporting Lisbon.
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Paul Murphy discusses Celtic’s return to the Champions League group stage, just a few months after Brendan Rodgers took over as manager.
Barcelona took on Celtic at the Aviva Stadium over the weekend, and Alwyn Robinson was on the ground for Back Page Football to capture the action.
Is football becoming more competitive in Scotland’s top tier? Stefan Reyners takes a look at forthcoming season and asks whether Glasgow dominance may be coming to an end.
Paul Murphy discusses a horror first game for new Celtic boss Brendan Rodgers as they slumped to a Champions League defeat against Lincoln Red Imps.
Paul Murphy believes that Ronny Deila’s position as Celtic boss is untenable after yesterday’s defeat to Old Firm rivals Rangers.
Andy McDougall discusses recent examples of English born footballers turning out for Scotland and whether there is a more elegant solution to the question of nationality in football.
With Paris St-Germain’s domestic dominance all but guaranteed before the first sign of Spring, Sam Carney looks at ten other European clubs who ruled their respective leagues by record margins.
After stalling at Norwich City, Gary Hooper is aiming to kickstart his career anew with a move to Sheffield Wednesday, writes Paul Murphy
Paul Murphy discusses the demise of Glasgow Celtic in Europe in the wake of their latest Parkhead defeat to Ajax.