Posts Tagged ‘celtic’

  1. Dutch Police Officer Gets a Taste Of His Own Medicine

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    November 7, 2013 by Sean Charles

    In the image below, a Dutch plain clothes police officer can be be seen kneeing into the stomach of a Celtic fan in Amsterdam on Wednesday night as the fan is greatly outnumbered by the man’s colleagues.  The image is a screenshot from a video which shows a group of plain clothes officers beating into two Celtic fans.

    DutchMoments later the Dutch police officer in the cream jacket would be on the receiving end of similar treatment as he collides headfirst with a traffic post whilst trying to escape from Celtic fans who vastly outnumber him this time.


  2. Your Fear Is Here: Celtic Fans Tifo Display Against Barcelona

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    October 2, 2013 by Sean Charles

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  3. Five Things We Learned From Last Night’s Champions League : Groups E-H

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    October 2, 2013 by Sean Charles

    1) Arsenal’s double-header against Borussia Dortmund will define their season.

    In the spell from the 22nd October to the 10th November, Arsenal will play all of the Borussia Dortmund (twice), Chelsea (home), Liverpool (home) and Manchester United (away).  The first will be hosting Borussia Dortmund at the Emirates, a poor start in that match and the confidence that currently illuminates North London could very easily be turned into 20 long days of misery for the Gunners.  This period will be crucial to both their domestic and continental hopes.

     

     


  4. Celtic Fans Touching Rendition of You’ll Never Walk Alone for Stiliyan Petrov

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    September 9, 2013 by Sean Charles

    After spending seven years as a player at Parkhead, Stan Petrov returned to Glasgow to take part in a match for his charity, a game that sold out the 60,000 capacity of Celtic Park, a charity he founded after recently overcoming his battle with leukemia.  At the end of the match the Celtic support serenaded their former captain which a wonderful rendition of You’ll Never Walk Alone, with Petrov’s sons running on the park it became an extremely emotional scene, prompting Petrov himself to break into tears as his youngest son leaped into his arms.

     

     


  5. Special: Top 11 Most Loyal Footballers

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    August 4, 2013 by Sean Charles

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    For me, loyalty means more than just staying put at the same team for a whole career. For loyalty to be true, it has to be tested.  And I see similar lists with the likes of Ryan Giggs, Paul Scholes, John Terry, Iker Casillas, Carles Puyol, Javier Zanetti, Paolo Maldini to name a few.  Although they are/were great players, they played for some of the biggest teams on the planet and in turn won just about everything there is to win.  They sacrificed very little at club level, it is difficult to see where each of them could’ve gone to have more stellar careers.  And, as a result of this, I won’t be including these types of players in the list as their loyalty never seemed to be truly tested.  The players I chose are the ones I believe stuck by their club despite knowing it would mean losing out on something bigger, whether that be silverware or just the chance to be seen and remembered by a wider audience. 


  6. Stars of the Past: Lubomir Moracvik

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    May 9, 2013 by Sean Charles

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    We continue our Stars of the Past series with Slovakian genius Lubomir Moravcik.

    Moravcik is a player of which there is practically no awareness of outside of the leagues he played in, but those that did see him play still remember his talent with great fondness.


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