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JIM McGUINNESS, the sports psychology guru who has graduated from working with Celtic's development squad to a role with the first team, was again the toast of Gaelic football yesterday after masterminding victory against intimidating odds.
RONNY DEILA found only a little respite as his Celtic side had to scrap for a point in their 1-1 Premiership draw with newly-promoted Dundee at Dens Park.
Ronny Deila found only a little respite as his Celtic side had to scrap for a point in their 1-1 Premiership draw with newly-promoted Dundee at Dens Park.
Cap in hand: Craig Gordon has been recalled to the Scotland squad after just four games for Celtic.
Dundee V Celtic - view commentary, squad, and statistics of the game live. Hartley relishing Hoops test Dundee manager Paul Hartley insists his side have nothing to fear going in against Premiership champions Celtic at Dens Park this weekend.
For Callum McGregor, his descent to the lower reaches of English football has never looked so worthwhile as it does today for the talented Celtic midfielder.
This initial message from Peter Lawwell, Celtic's chief executive, was given in a dressing room in Lennoxtown yesterday.
GARY hails Dundee's cup tie win and insists the number of changes that were able to be made to the starting eleven shows a squad depth he struggles to recall having ever been achieved before.
Dundee's unbeaten start to the season will be put to the test when champions Celtic travel to Dens Park on Sunday.
FORMER Rangers skipper BARRY gives his take on Celtic's woes and says the problems facing boss Deila are not too dissimilar to the ones which forced Le Guen out of Ibrox eight years ago.
However, it is only now, two months and two serious Champions League setbacks later that the realisation exactly what he has signed up for will hit home.
AS the blame game begins in earnest following Celtic's Champions League elimination, Stefan Johansen has insisted new manager Ronny Deila should be absolved of any culpability.
Neil Warnock returns to Crystal Palace for his second spell as the manager of the Premier League club.
As an avid fan you learn over the years that as a club we'll get things done but there will be a bit of drama along the way - the 2012 play-off final where we had 11 rounds of penalties before victory is one of many examples.
Updated: Mon Sep 01, 2014 04:37 am
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