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The Zen of Nakamura

Great to see Shunsuke Nakamura back at Celtic Park for the St. Mirren game and what a host of fantastic memories it brought back.

A Gordon Strachan midfield stalwart for four seasons, Naka was the scorer of some of the most thrilling goals we’ve see at Paradise in recent times and the man who gave the Parkhead DJ the chance to dust off his Vapors single (it could have been worse had he been a fan of that cringingly naff ‘Aneka’ – real name Bella McGlumpher or some such – record) 1,139 more words

"Where's Your Famous Atmosphere?"

Scotland 1 v 3 England (18.11.2014)

As England friendlies go, they don’t get much better than this. Tuesday night’s visit to Celtic Park had more of a feeling of a crucial World Cup qualifier about it than it did a ‘friendly’. 1,474 more words

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Queen's Park FC is mes que un club

Queen’s Park Football Club, like the famous Barcelona motto, is more than a club. From his newly refurbished office in the shadow of the national stadium, the man behind the plan discusses the club’s youth development programme. 936 more words


Rooney's rapid Response to Robertson's Jam

Last night, England left Celtic Park with their sixth successive win after comfortably beating Scotland 3:1. Captain Wayne Rooney, scored a brace of goals, which leaves him only three goals short of Sir Bobby Charlton’s all time record of 49. 50 more words


An unfriendly friendly

Last night saw the United Kingdom divided as England took on Scotland at Celtic Park. Tensions were high as the unfriendly neighbours clashed in a match that was friendly only in name. 211 more words


Rooney at the double as England see off Scots

WAYNE Rooney edged closer to the all-time England scoring record to help his side overpower British rivals Scotland in a friendly at Celtic Park.

Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain glanced the opener from a pinpoint Jack Wilshere diagonal shortly after the half-hour mark. 1,245 more words

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England Shine in Scotland

The most anticipated friendly international in recent history was about to take place at Celtic Park as Scotland hosted their arch rivals England to a duel to see who is the real crown of the British Isles. 803 more words