Alan Moore continues his look at the lack of appetite amongst Ireland’s top brass for hosting sporting events.
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Andy McDougall gets his teeth into the second novel by Stephen O’Donnell, ‘Scotball’.
Craig Shields discusses the future of Scottish football should someone other than Celtic claim the Premiership title this season.
It wasn’t so long ago that Scottish teams were competing in Europe; vying for big name players and had a sense of credibility. These days are no longer.
On what would have been his 70th birthday, we remember the Celtic legend Jimmy Johnstone.
Matt Gault picks out some of the talking points from the first legs of the Champions League play-offs.
Dave Donnelly discusses the fallout from the unsavoury Champions League fiasco involving Legia Warsaw and Glasgow Celtic.
Even in the wake of the Champions League debacle Legia Warsaw have grounds for optimism, writes Christopher Lash.
John Green puts forward some suggestions to the governing bodies in Scotland.
Forget Georgia Salpa or Kelly Brook, the must have calendar this Christmas seems to be the “Official 2014 Neil Lennon calendar”. This limited edition calendar is only available via the Celtic boss’ website neillennon.com and sees the man from Lurgan depicted in a number of black and white artistic photos. Don’t all rush out and buy one […]