The lack of competition within Scottish football is harming Celtic. And it’s time to talk about it.
In a league of one
A ninth successive league crown this season will see Celtic equal the record set by themselves in 1944 and Rangers in 1997. Achieving such consistency over a sustained period is a remarkable feat in itself. Continue reading “Time for Celtic to wave goodbye to Scottish football?” →
When it comes to winning domestic league titles, Celtic Football Club has been a very dominating force at national level after having won the Scottish Premiership title in successive seasons for the past 7 years. With Rangers demoted to the Third Division because of financial regularities, it hasn’t been difficult for Celtic to keep up their title challenge year after year.
There is no doubt whatsoever that Celtic FC is the club to beat in Scotland. The Scottish Premiership silverware is the top football that there is to win in that specific country and in some seasons it seems like Celtic FC are winning it without much difficulty but it’s a different story in terms of winning top pieces of silverware from all over Europe. Continue reading “Rodgers optimistic after losing to Bayern Munich” →
Celtic secured a 1-0 win over Kilmarnock to continue their impressive run in the Scottish Premier league under the regime of Brendan Rodgers. Last season, the club won the league title under the guidance of Ronny Deila but they were not entirely dominant even without Rangers in the league.
Rodgers was sacked by Liverpool midway through last season, but he has been able to do a stellar job with Celtic so far. Celtic are the only unbeaten team in the league and they have dropped only two points in the opening 12 matches. Continue reading “Rodgers Impressed by 7th Clean Sheet” →