Armchair CeltsCeltic stars cleared of misconduct (13.1.2006, 23:55 UTC)
Celtic Statement re: the video suggesting Pearson and Hartson were involved in irish republican chants
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Armchair CeltsBusiness as usual (13.1.2006, 12:32 UTC)
It will be business as usual at Celtic Park tomorrow when Celtic host 5th placed Kilmarnock in the race for the SPL league championshipLast Sunday's nightmare performance against Clyde in the Scottish Cup has been confined to the history books.
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Armchair CeltsFULHAM SEEK PETROV DEAL (10.1.2006, 17:23 UTC)
Fulham boss Chris Coleman is hoping to make Celtic midfielder Stilian Petrov his fourth January signing in a £2.5million deal.
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Armchair CeltsRepublic of Ireland's double act (9.1.2006, 22:28 UTC)
Football Management Rookie Steve Staunton and Sir Bobby Robson have talked with the Football Association of Ireland with a strong possibility of the pair becoming the Republic's new managerial double act.
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Armchair CeltsSutton leaves for Birmingham (5.1.2006, 15:40 UTC)
Birmingham City have signed Celtic striker Chris Sutton on a free transfer, the Premier League club said on today.
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Armchair CeltsLive Chat with the Manager and Players (5.1.2006, 01:58 UTC)
The Official Celtic Site will unveil a few changes tomorrow
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Armchair CeltsHearts 2 Celtic 3 (1.1.2006, 17:32 UTC)
Celtic came back from two goals down in the first half to take the three points at Tannadice in an entertaining top of the table encounter.Stephen Mc Manus with two late goals brought Celtic back into the game
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Armchair CeltsCeltic 2 Livingston 1 (26.12.2005, 19:29 UTC)
A power-cut in the east end of Glasgow saw Celtic Park plunged into darkness 20 minutes before the start of the League game against Livingston.
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Armchair CeltsLATEST FIFA WORLD RANKINGS (19.12.2005, 23:16 UTC)
The Republic of Ireland have dropped a spot in the latest FIFA World Ranking released today.
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Armchair CeltsKeane: Celtic's bad Bhoy (18.12.2005, 21:14 UTC)
He's the new Bhoy at Celtic Park but why isn't everyone so Keane on Rhoy?
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Armchair CeltsInverness CT 1-1 Celtic (18.12.2005, 17:55 UTC)
Celtic increased their lead at the top of the Bank of Scotland Premier League to four points after a hard fought draw in Inverness.
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Armchair CeltsRoy's a Bhoy (15.12.2005, 15:16 UTC)
Roy Keane signs for Celtic Newsroom StaffCeltic are delighted to announced that Roy Keane has signed for the club. The self-confessed Celtic fan has fulfiled a long-held dream by joining the Hoops and his contract will see him remain at Celtic Park initially until June 2007.
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Armchair CeltsUEFA honour for Celts (12.12.2005, 20:27 UTC)
UEFA will acknowledge all 21 competition winners by presenting them with an exclusive commemorative plaque, while Celtic`s European Cup-winning manager Jock Stein will also be honoured as will other greats such as Sir Matt Busby, Brian Clough, Sir Alex Ferguson and Otmar Hitzfeld.
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Armchair CeltsScottish Cup Third Round Draw (10.12.2005, 20:32 UTC)
Celtic have been drawn away to Clyde in the Tennents Scottish Cup for the second season in a row.Celtic demolished them 5-0 last season, and will face them again on the weekend of January 7th.Rangers have are at home to Peterhead.
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Armchair CeltsCeltic 3-2 Hibernian (10.12.2005, 20:00 UTC)
John Hartson scored a double at Parkhead to keep Celtic on top of the Bank of Scotland Premier League.
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Armchair CeltsSingalongaTim (10.12.2005, 14:41 UTC)
Catch the duet of Gordon and Bobo singing Mr Bass Man
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Armchair CeltsAberdeen 1 Celtic 3 (4.12.2005, 17:56 UTC)
Celtic staged a roaring comeback at Pittodrie to return to the top of the League as Gordon Strachan enjoyed a decisive victory over his former club.
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Armchair CeltsCeltic 0 Dunfermline 1 (26.11.2005, 23:20 UTC)
Celtic's title hopes suffered a shock setback after defeat at home by Premier League bottom club Dunfermline. Defender Greg Ross scored the only goal of the game in the 17th minute at Parkhead to lift Jim Leishman`s team above Livingston.
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Armchair Celts Save Big Eck's career (25.11.2005, 21:03 UTC)
Isn't it just sad when a man can lose his job when he goes through a bad patchHelp save Big Eck's job
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Armchair CeltsCeltic Youngster scalped (23.11.2005, 11:23 UTC)
10-year-old Marcus McMillan may have scuppered his football career because he wouldn’t get his hair cut.
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Armchair CeltsCouncillor's Offensive Remarks About Hurricane Katrina (20.11.2005, 17:24 UTC)
The remarks of Democratic Unionist Party (DUP) Councillor, Maurice Mills, in which he described Hurricane Katrina as being sent by God to punish lesbian and gay people and to prevent the gay Southern Decadence weekend in New Orleans from going ahead, are “stupid, irresponsible and rooted in deep-seated homophobia”, the Rainbow Project in Northern Ireland said today.
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Armchair CeltsCeltic 3-0 Rangers (19.11.2005, 22:17 UTC)
Goals from John Hartson, Bobo Balde and Aiden McGeady gave Celtic a 15-point cushion over Rangers in the Scottish Premier League and left Alex McLeish clinging to his job.
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Armchair CeltsCeltic TV Free Friday 18th Nov (15.11.2005, 23:53 UTC)
Celtic TV will be FREE to view this Friday night, including all the Old Firm pre-match build up on the Daily Huddle at 7pm, followed by the phone in, where you can put all your points and questions to Ally Begg and his studio guests.
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Armchair CeltsCELTIC 2-0 RANGERS (10.11.2005, 13:36 UTC)
Celtic dumped Rangers out of the League Cup with a 2-0 win in the quarter-final to squeeze more pressure on beleagured Gers manager Alex McLeish.
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Armchair CeltsFalkirk 0 Celtic 3 (6.11.2005, 16:56 UTC)
John Hartson celebrated his 100th goal for Celtic as they moved back to the top of the SPL.
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Armchair CeltsCeltic Youth team for Qatar (3.11.2005, 00:21 UTC)
Aspire, the Academy for Sports Excellence in Doha, Qatar, is to host a major youth football tournament as a part of ‘Spread Your Wings’, the November sporting event which officially marks the opening of Aspire’s Sports Dome, the world’s largest indoor sporting arena.
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Armchair CeltsAnother Xmas prezzie for a Rangers fan? (2.11.2005, 23:50 UTC)
If the shops have sold out of the first one(See previous entry)
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Armchair CeltsPETROV HAPPY TO STAY AT CELTIC (1.11.2005, 20:54 UTC)
Stilian Petrov has hinted he is ready to extend his contract at Celtic.
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Armchair CeltsFormer UDA Leader Heads For Scotland (1.11.2005, 20:36 UTC)
Former UDA leader Johnny Adair has fled Bolton after a court conviction on Friday for assaulting his wife.
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Armchair CeltsThe £3m parade (31.10.2005, 23:38 UTC)
About £3 million was spent on policing a Protestant Orange Order parade in Belfast which descended into violence. A further £938,000 was spent on repairing police vehicles damaged during disturbances on the streets of Northern Ireland this summer, the PSNI said.
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