Category Archives: Celtic
Just one quick one, although transfer deadline day if you are lucky enough to blessed with Sky Sports News and Jim White of course is fantastic.
Why an earth is it on a friday which I am sure means that these new signings probably won’t be eligible for the weekends matches.
Here are the early stories of the final day with little confirmed and speculation still rife…
Rafael Van Der Vaart of Spurs to join Hamburg.
Fernando Llorente to join Spurs.
Daniel Sturridge loan move to Liverpool, from Chelsea.
Clint Dempsey could move to Villa, after having a bid accepted!
Michael Essien could be off to Arsenal
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Fernando Torres hardly even deserves to make the Spain squad these days. His latest outburst where he criticises fellow team mates despite him already knowing their capabilities is a strange one.
At the very least he is making a point of the lack of youthfulness in a lot of his teammates. That is without doubt a fair point but to do it in such a public manner is unacceptable.
In the media today, sportsmen get ridiculed because journalists isolate certain quotes in order to emphasise their meaning without a context.
You got no idea, well here’s one.
It seems that from the work of Deloitte, that many of the clubs will face tough financial decisions ahead.
As Platini has made clear, anyone who doesn’t comply will be banned from playing in Europe.
Finally at last! It seems the players own pockets will suffer.
They have to if football is going to make itself financially stable and fair.
One method would be a wage cap. We have all gone through the period where we were astonished at 30k,50k,100k and now 250k. As those fees through recent times were the top wages paid to the best players around.
The old firm is one of the feistiest rivalries in the United Kingdom without doubt.
The Scottish league which is often criticised for the fact that only Celtic and Rangers win it year on year has not been won by another side since 1984.
What’s unique about the SPL is that there is only ten teams, which means Celtic and Rangers get to play against each other in the league alone four times a year.
There is also a religious tension between the clubs. The teams are split between between roman catholic and protestant followings and Northern Ireland politics usually either Loyalist or Republican.