Celtic captain urges Moussa Dembele to remain at Parkhead

Celtic captain Scott Brown feels Moussa Dembele will get even better following an excellent debut season at Parkhead last term.

The 21-year-old joined the Hoops from Fulham on a free last summer, and it had been predicted that he could struggle to adapt to the new environment. However, he came up with flying colours during the campaign and ended the season as the club's highest scorer with 32 goals in just 39 outings.

Brendan Rodgers is trying to keep hold of Stuart Armstrong

On April 2 of 2017, Celtic FC was claimed as the champions of the Scottish Premiership for the season of 2016-17, even though there were still more than 5 league matches left to be played, it made no difference as the lead that Celtic FC had over everyone else in the league was just too much.

This is the 6th successive Scottish Premiership title that Celtic FC has secured which shows how dominant that they have been in the past decade. It seems like Celtic FC is just on another level above all the other clubs that are currently competing in the top tier Scottish League.

Everton boss prepared to break club-record for Celtic Ace

Everton manager Ronald Koeman could be prepared to shatter the club’s transfer record for the second time this summer as he looks to bolster his forward line.

Celtic striker Moussa Dembele has emerged as the prime target for the Toffees, who have given up on keeping hold of Romelu Lukaku for another season. The Belgium international is eyeing a fresh challenge at a Champions League-based club, and this has urged him to turn down a fresh deal with the Merseyside outfit.


Liverpool are reportedly chasing the signature of Celtic left back Kieran Tierney. That can only mean Alberto Moreno’s time is up at Anfield.

Granted, the Spaniard had a good debut season before his defensive naivety found him out in subsequent ones.It is somehow surreal that a club like Liverpool find themselves being unlucky at getting a competent left back since Norwegian John Arne Riise called it quits and moved to Roma.


Current Celtic manager Brendan Rodgers was given three full seasons to lead Premier League giants Liverpool to a status befitting of a club that has won 19 First Division titles.

Since the glorious six years of Rafa Benitez and the subsequent washing down of quality players out of Anfield, Liverpool have been involved in a circus of disappointments often meeting new lows in recent times.

Details about the Celtic FC hotel has been unveiled

Celtic FC has recently lifted their 6th successive Scottish League Championship as their domination in Scotland continues to be displayed and has not showed any signs of slowing down anytime soon.

Supporters of the Scottish club are ecstatic to see Celtic FC once again emerging as the champions of their domestic league and in such a positive way as the team of Brendan Rodgers had a 30 points advantage over their nearest rivals which was Aberdeen the team that secured the 2nd spot with 76 points while Celtic FC was all alone at the top with 106 points as they did not lose a single match in the entire season of 2016-17.

No Need for a Summer Break, claims Celtic Boss Brendan Rodgers

Celtic have been able to enjoy a record-breaking campaign under Brendan Rodgers.

The Northern Irishman has been able to receive a huge welcome to Scottish football, as he has managed to transform Celtic into a real force in the north of Great Britain. In the previous regime of Ronny Deila, the club struggled to assert their superiority in the table as they are regularly came under challenge from Aberdeen. Now, it has not been the case with Celtic managing to win the league title in record fashion. Yet, this will not give Brendan Rodgers time to relax in the summer.

Brendan Rodgers Disappointed Refereeing Decisions against Rangers

Celtic dropped points in the league for the first time since September after being involved in a 1-1 draw with Rangers.

The previous time Celtic were unable to get three points from a league game was during the 2-2 draw with Inverness. Manager Brendan Rodgers was aggrieved with several refereeing decisions that went against his team, despite being at home. Celtic took the lead in the 35th minute through Stuart Armstrong. The match was heading into the last 10 minutes with this goal separating both teams. However, they were unable to see the game out, as Clint Hill came up with an equaliser with three minutes of normal time remaining.