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Celtic ready to seal loan deal for Chelsea starlet

According to the Daily Mail, Celtic are closing in on an 18-month loan deal for young Chelsea playmaker Charly Musonda, with the midfielder expected in Glasgow early next week to finalise the move. The 21-year old Belgian has struggled for game time at Stamford Bridge, with last weekend’s substitute appearance against Brighton a rare appearance for a player who is ...

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Arsenal defender set for loan move to Celtic

Arsenal defender Krystian Bielik has been linked with a loan move to Celtic, according to the Daily Record. The 20-year old Pole has been at Arsenal for 3 years, and now plays as a central defender, having joined the club as a defensive midfielder. He impressed whilst spending six months on loan at Birmingham City last year, and had been ...

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Five football records that may never be broken

Five successive European Cup wins For the first five years of the beginning of the European Cup in the 1955/56 season, Real Madrid were virtually unbeatable as they racked up five successive titles. With a team that comprised the likes of all-time greats like Alfredo Di Stefano, Ferenc Puskas and Francisco Gento, Los Blancos swatted aside all comers to dominate ...

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Football’s Rising Stars – Moussa Dembele

There are a fair few Dembeles going around in top level football these days and the one Dembele ( Moussa Dembele ) that Celtic managed to acquire in the last summer transfer window is enthralling Celtic Park with his splendid displays. This Dembele is of Malian descent and has represented France at the youth levels. He spent eight years at ...

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Portrait of an iconic manager – Jock Stein

The likes of Manchester United and Liverpool would claim to be the biggest clubs on the British Isles, yet it was Celtic that became the first team from the island to become the champions of Europe. And their legendary manager Jock Stein had a lot to do with the fact. Stein took to football as escape from his tough life ...

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