Tag Archives: Manchester City

Old Firm Title Showdown makes SPFL even more Amateurish
By J Bleasdale |

TWO weeks ago, the SPFL created a farce by dithering over the release of the post-split Premiership fixtures. The scenario of Celtic clinching their inevitable seventh title in a row against arch-rivals Rangers was the excuse used by the people who run our game as the reason to delay revealing the last five rounds of [Read more]

City’s Sheikh Up finally reaching its potential
By J Bleasdale |

ALMOST ten years ago, Abu Dhabi United Group, led by Sheikh Mansour and his family, bought over Manchester City and sparked one of the biggest revolutions in the history of the Premier League. They made their intentions clear from the off when they smashed the British transfer record in 2008 by signing Brazilian forward Robinho [Read more]

What Celtic need to do to avoid Champions League humiliation!
By J Bleasdale |

AFTER a two year absence, Celtic were included in yesterday’s Champions League draw where they learned their group stage opponents. The Hoops reward for overcoming Israeli outfit Hapoel Beer Sheeva was being placed in Group C alongside German side Borussia Moenchengladbach, Premier League mercenaries Manchester City and the familiar face of Barcelona, whom they’ve met on [Read more]

Who Will Win The Champions League?
By S Douglas |

With all SPFL involvement over for another season the Champions League has reached the quarter final stage where those clubs still left in the competition will start to really believe that they have a chance to lift the famous trophy in Berlin’s magnificent Olympiastadion on the 6th of June. There’s a couple of surprise teams [Read more]