UWS Sports News: Transfer Window Special 2019

  Edited by Cameron Middleton with reports from, Jack Currie, Sarah Peddie, Sandrine Wyrich. The latest sports news headlines from across the UK with George Connolly. Transfer window analysis provided by Ronan Alexander and Kris Smith. Advertisements Continue reading UWS Sports News: Transfer Window Special 2019

Underdogs Spartans face giants Celtic in Scottish Youth Cup

By Ronan Alexander Spartans Under 18’s travel to Lennoxtown to take on Celtic in the Scottish Youth Cup on Friday night. After the appointment of Barry Ferguson as Kelty Hearts manager last month, the GeoSonic Lowland League has received much more publicity, which the quality of the competition deserves. Friday presents an excellent chance for the fifth tier to showcase their talent by having the … Continue reading Underdogs Spartans face giants Celtic in Scottish Youth Cup

Anderlecht Vs Celtic – Preview

  By Tom Mackinnon Celtic face Anderlecht tomorrow in what is already deemed to be a vital match for both sides. The importance of this Champions League group-stage match isn’t lost on RockSport radio’s Hamish Carton. “It’s not quite a must win yet, well it’s must win if we want qualification through to the round of 16 but I don’t think anyone is thinking along … Continue reading Anderlecht Vs Celtic – Preview

Celtic can beat Anderlecht – believes Belgian sports writer

By Jan Willem Spaans Belgian football writer, Raf Willems believes Celtic will come out on top when they travel to face Belgian champions Anderlecht for Wednesday’s Champions League tie. Both sides come into this game on the back of heavy defeats to Bayern Munich and Paris Saint-Germain respectively. With the two powerhouses overwhelming favourites to occupy the two top spots in Group B, the showdown in Brussels … Continue reading Celtic can beat Anderlecht – believes Belgian sports writer

Five Bhoys who shone in the Champions League

By CRAIG GAMBLE THE curtains have now come down on Celtic’s exploits on the continent this season. Last night’s very creditable 1-1 draw away to English giants Manchester City was the final act in what has been a Champions League campaign of mixed emotions for the Hoops. A quick glance at the final group standings tells you that Brendan Rodgers’ men finished bottom of their … Continue reading Five Bhoys who shone in the Champions League

Celtic v Leicester City: The Easy Way Out

By CONNOR PARK IT’S THE PROVERBIAL Battle of Britain, but not as you know it. Celtic and Leicester may not have faced off against each other in this year’s Champions League but their stories throughout the campaign have been remarkable in every sense of the word. A lot has been made of Leicester’s ‘easy’ Champions League group that the Foxes won at a canter. The … Continue reading Celtic v Leicester City: The Easy Way Out

Celtic revel in £32m UEFA payday

By CALLUM KERR CELTIC’S 2016 Champion’s League dreams have come to an end. Their campaign concluded with a 1-1 draw to Manchester City last night, finishing bottom of Group C. The Scottish Champions did manage to secure one result, however, and that was successfully lining their pockets. Celtic failed to pick up any wins during their time on club football’s grandest stage, but their departure will have … Continue reading Celtic revel in £32m UEFA payday