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- Charlie Nicholas names which "live candidate" Celtic are considering to replace Brendan Rodgers - originally posted on Charlie Nicholas believes Celtic are considering replacing Brendan Rodgers with Neil Lennon, but he doesn’t believe the move will ever go through. Lennon, who spent seven years at Celtic as a player and made over 200 appearances, managed the Hoops between 2010 and 2014, winnin...

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- Gary Caldwell names which "brilliant" Celtic man "gave advice" on being a manager - originally posted on Gary Caldwell was full of praise for Brendan Rodgers, revealing the “brilliant” Celtic manager “gave advice” on how to be a successful coach. After retiring in 2015, Caldwell wasted little time in getting into the coaching game and is already managing his third club – Partick Thistl...

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- Gordon Strachan names which Celtic player is "quirky" and "first class" - originally posted on Gordon Strachan says Leigh Griffiths is “quirky” and a “first class” player, and doesn’t believe he withdrew himself from international duty as a response to Alex McLeish favouring Steven Naismith over him in attack. Strachan. The ex-Scotland boss, who has also managed Coventry City, Southamp...

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- On Tuesday night, the Republic of Ireland suffered a 1-0 home defeat against Wales in the Nations League. The defeat leaves Ireland bottom of Nations League B4 and with little chance of winning the group. Martin O'Neill's team have now won just one of their last nine international games. There is now speculation that O'Neill […] The post Should Ireland sack Martin O'Neill? appeared first on Socc...

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- Kenny Dalglish names which Celtic and Liverpool players are "highly-accomplished footballers" - originally posted on Sir Kenny Dalglish believes Kieran Tierney and Andrew Robertson are “highly-accomplished footballers” for the Scotland national team. Despite Alex McLeish’s men coming unstuck to Israel in the Nations League, the Liverpool legend believes there’s a lot of talent in the squ...

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- Paris (AFP) – Tottenham ‘keeper Hugo Lloris hailed the mental strength that saw World Cup winners France overcome a patchy opening period to beat Germany 2-1 on Tuesday. Germany travelled to the Stade de France looking for the win that would salvage their Nations League campaign, and some pride, following their disastrous World Cup. Joachim Loew’s side got the start they wanted when Toni Kro...

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- Speaking to L’Equipe, Chelsea’s Olivier Giroud admitted he was an object of interest for Olympique Marseille during this year’s summer transfer window. However, he never contemplated leaving Stamford Bridge. Giroud spent five and a half years at Arsenal, making a total of 253 appearances and scoring 105 goals in all competitions for the Gunners, before […] The post Giroud confirms Marseill...

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- London (AFP) – Paul Scholes says even Lionel Messi would struggle to shine in the current Manchester United team and that the struggling club are being laughed at by their rivals. The former United and England midfielder has been a frequent and vocal critic of his old club, who are languishing in eighth place in the Premier League — five points adrift of any other member of the “Big Six”. ...

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