Peak Fitba Watch | Celtic Eyes on the Scottish Football Media

It’s the most wonderful time of the year: Oscars Season! Hollywood is getting ready to be suited and booted and have the word ‘gong’ thrown about like an enforced gay moment in a Netflix documentary. Peak Fitba wants in on it. Therefore, we start this week’s edition with our very own ceremony. And don’t worry,…


The Cynic Column | Griffiths, Rodgers and the Press

It wasn’t quite glee, more a sense of smug satisfaction, that accompanied Neil Cameron’s tweet last week: “FYI, nobody from Celtic has yet to complain about my column despite me being touch with those and such as those. Funny that….” It followed an article – and resultant online stramash – which many had labelled “distasteful”,…


The Cynic Column | Celtic Must Invest From A Position of Strength

Football, like life, operates in cycles. Without doubt, some things change indefinitely; largely, though, football knits the same patterns with changing materials. These paradigms are part of the beauty of the sport, which is a medium of revolution and transformation. I have always been of the belief that football is won and lost in these…


Stories from a Reserve Team Left-Back | Relegation

The small village of Copmanthorpe – affectionately known as Cop – is located just outside York and consists of two pubs, a Co-op and some of the finest manicured lawns in all of England. At the centre of it all you’ll find Patrick Solich, a resident since birth and holder of the most important position…


THE 90 MINUTE CYNIC 4 AYES – Soup By Spence, No Stopping Naismith and Ronnie Rues Rudderless Celtic

THE GREAT, THE GOOD, THE IFFY AND PISH ALL IN ONE – THE 4 AYES WITH MARTIN FRIEL IS BACK. First of all, apologies for no 4 Ayes last week. After being thoroughly let down by Strachan’s men against Georgia, I had very little to say other than get in the sea to every man, woman…

Bundesliga stars

Oh My God – It’s full of Bundesliga Stars

 Oh My God – It’s full of Bundesliga Stars As Japanese star Shinji Kagawa slotted home to secure Borussia Dortmund’s 2012 Bundesliga win, he didn’t just secure Die Borussen’s second consecutive Bundesliga title but also the second gold star emblazoned on their top. Like many nations Germany follows a tradition, first started in Italy, of…

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