IF AT FIRST YOU DON'T SUCCEED...
Jodie Bartle was delighted to score her first goal for Celtic, a week after her derby strike was controversially disallowed
Celtic legend was a supporter first, last and always
Christopher Jullien was a frustrated spectator as he recovered from injury, but now that he’s back, he’s determined to play his part along with his team-mates to get back to winning ways
ON THIS DAY
HISTORY OF PLAYERS
KEEP THE FAITH
Manager knows hard work can and will deliver an upturn in fortunes for his Celtic side
THE LAST WORD
NEXT week the Christmas edition of the Celtic View will be out, which means this will be the last column I write in 2020.
FOUNDATION CHRISTMAS APPEAL SPOTLIGHT: THE INVISIBLES
WE continue our spotlight series on the organisations we hope to support through this year’s Celtic FC Foundation Christmas Appeal, with a closer look at the work of The Invisibles, a Glasgow-based voluntary organisation, which aims to provide comfort to those living on the city’s streets.
LIVING THE DREAM
Danny Crainie was proud to wear the Hoops and he continues to back the team as a supporter
EVERYONE IS HURTING AT THE RUN WE'RE ON
IT was a disconsolate home dressing room at Celtic on Sunday, as the team reflected on their first domestic cup defeat in over four years.
9 from NINE
The View wants YOUR views on the Hoops’ remarkable decade of dominance
SUPPORTERS ‘STAY UP FOR THE CHAMPIONS' IN SUPPORT OF CHRISTMAS APPEAL
UNFORTUNATELY, the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic meant Celtic FC Foundation were unable to hold the annual Sleep Out events in Glasgow and London.
SOUND OF THE CROWD
Barry Fratelli is looking forward to the time when fans can get back to gigs and football matches again
WE NEED TO FIND OUR CUTTING EDGE AGAIN
Manager wants team to find route to goal and get back to winning ways
MIKEY IS ON SONG
Celtic winger shares his musical mix-tape with the Celtic View
THE LAST WORD
with... Kerry Keenan
CELTIC, CELTIC, THAT'S THE TEAM FOR ME…
Rohan Marley’s love of the Hoops came from his musician dad, Bob, and it’s a love that ensures to this day
OPEN TO QUESTION
Ryan Christie on his favourite Celtic goal, his toughest opponent, his hopes for 2021 and his favourite Christmas present
HOME IS WHERE THE HEART IS
Anita Marcos is loving her first year as a Celtic player, but getting home to Spain for Christmas is something she’s looking forward to
ABSENCE MAKES THE HEART GR♥W FONDER
Actor Gianni Capaldi’s love of Celtic extends to trying to convert the Hollywood film industry into Hoops fans
Part Of The Celtic Family
Former professional referee, Dermot Gallagher’s love of the Hoops is a gift that his Dad passed on to him
WE'VE GOT A POINT TO PROVE
Neil Lennon wants his side to eradicate the errors which have affected them this season and to now go on a winning run
THE LONG AND WINDING ROAD
Mikey Johnston has been working hard on his own pre-season to get back to full fitness so he can play his part for the Hoops
Moi Elyounoussi and his Celtic team-mates are determined to get back to winning ways and go on a run of good form
THE LAST WORD
IT was a tale of contrasting fortunes for Celtic against Hibernian at the weekend. While the women’s team won 6-2 on Friday night, Neil Lennon’s squad had to be content with a point after drawing 2-2 at Easter Road.
WOMEN'S MATCH REPORT
SWPL1, Ainslie Park, Edinburgh Friday, November 20, 2020
SIX OF THE BEST FROM CELTS
Manager Fran Alonso delighted as Hoops sink Hibernian
HEADS WE WIN
It was 51 years ago this week that the Hoops progressed to the next round of the European Cup on the toss of a coin
CALM BEFORE THE STORM
Shunsuke Nakamura remained focused as he lined up the free-kick against Manchester United, but it was a delirious Celtic Park which acclaimed the wonder strike
CELTIC FOOTBALL CLUB PRESENTS: THE NIGHT BEFORE CHRISTMAS
LAST Friday, Celtic Football Club kicked off the Christmas celebrations in presenting the 2020 Celtic FC Christmas advert: The Night Before Christmas.
BAIN: WE'RE ANGRY AT HIBS DRAW BUT WE SHOWED THE RIGHT CHARACTER
Scott Bain admitted frustration at drawing against Hibernian on Saturday, but the Celtic keeper credited the team’s desire to come back from 2-0 down as he highlighted the areas needing improvement.