According to reports, Chelsea have submitted a second bid for Celtic’s Craig Gordon. The Premier League leaders had a bid for the 34 year old Scotland international goalkeeper rejected last week. As reported by BBC: “Chelsea have made a second bid for Celtic goalkeeper Craig Gordon, thought to be in the region of £3.5m. The 

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According to reports, Chelsea are interested in signing Celtic’s Craig Gordon. The Blues reportedly see the 34 year old as a potential replacement for Begovic, if he does depart this month with Bournemouth reportedly tabling a bid for the Bosnia international. As reported by The Mirror: “Celtic keeper Craig Gordon is a shock target for 

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In more official news, Celtic have officially signed Ivorian midfielder Kouassi Eboue from Russian side Krasnodar subject to a visa. The 19 year old will reportedly sign a four year deal with the Scottish giants. As reported by BBC: “Celtic have signed Krasnodar’s Ivorian midfielder Kouassi Eboue, subject to the granting of a visa. The 

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According to the Daily Mirror, West Ham have submitted a bid worth £20 million to try and land Celtic star Moussa Dembele. As reported by the paper itself: “Mirror Sport understands that the Hammers will come close to breaking their transfer record in order to sign the French Under 21 international. The club hinted at 

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Former Liverpool and Manchester City defender Kolo Toure has officially joined Celtic FC. The 35-year old reunites with his former boss, Brendan Rodgers, in the Scottish League after being released by the Reds at the close of the 2015/16 Premier League season. Kolo- who is the older brother to Manchester City sensation Yaya Toure- made 

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1955: Hibernian v Rot Weiss Essen Edinburgh team Hibernian, known more popularly as Hibs, became the first British football club to compete in the European Cup. English sides declined to enter the inaugural contest, but there was more interest north of the border. However, reigning Scottish Champions Aberdeen did not enter. Hibs were selected partly 

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Ahead of next week’s group of games in the UEFA Champions League, Celtic fans have already started to fret about what Tuesday/Wednesday could bring about. Those going to the increasingly anticipated match v Barcelona could either leave absolutely shattered or absolutely elated. For those who don’t follow the Glasgow side, I think you know which 

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Scottish football has very little to shout about at the moment. Poor performances from the national team, a mediocre Premier League, a shambolic governing body and one of world football’s most famous clubs languishing in the Irn-Bru Third Division wilderness all paint a bleak picture of the so-called beautiful game. However, promising performances from the 

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