Celtic have been confirmed as Ladbrokes Premiership champions for a ninth consecutive season.
Celtic are set to be crowned champions if the SPFL board, as expected, declares Scotland’s top-flight season over in the coming days.
Celtic hit out at the “denigration” of individuals within the Scottish Professional Football League hierarchy as they welcomed the rejection of Rangers’ calls for an independent investigation.
Ireland striker Cillian Sheridan has dismissed fears about returning to training during the coronavirus crisis.
Former Celtic striker Harald Brattbakk admits he has still not grasped the importance of stopping Rangers winning 10 league titles in a row.
Celtic captain Scott Brown hopes rather than expects to finish the Ladbrokes Premiership season – but he insists their anticipated title win would be no less worthy if they have played their final game.
Celtic captain Scott Brown says he and his team-mates want to retain their Scottish Premiership title on the pitch as the midfielder revealed his preference for the 2019-20 season to be played to its conclusion.
Celtic manager Neil Lennon believes his players stand to lose the most if the Scottish season is terminated as it stands.
Celtic winger James Forrest is looking forward to finally facing his brother after years of taking special note of Ayr’s number in cup draws.
Kilmarnock’s Rory McKenzie misses out again for the visit of Celtic in the Ladbrokes Premiership on Wednesday night.
Neil Lennon insists any talk of Celtic’s title demise is premature as the second half of their Ladbrokes Premiership campaign begins against Kilmarnock.
Alex Dyer has stressed that victory is just as important to Kilmarnock as it is to Celtic ahead of their meeting on Wednesday night.
Neil Lennon may soon be teased by his players about his part in Celtic’s calamity at Clyde but Callum McGregor wants no repeat cup shock against the Bully Wee next month.
Neil Lennon was pleased to see Celtic kick off 2020 with a William Hill Scottish Cup win over Partick Thistle.
Leigh Griffiths told doubters his time at Celtic was far from over after getting back on the goal trail in the 2-1 William Hill Scottish Cup win over Partick Thistle in Maryhill.
Celtic boss Neil Lennon insists there is more to come from Leigh Griffiths after the striker got back on the goal trail in the 2-1 William Hill Scottish Cup win over Partick Thistle in Maryhill.
Leigh Griffiths’ first goal in over five months helped Celtic see off Partick Thistle in their William Hill Scottish Cup fourth-round tie in Maryhill.
Rangers have vowed to fight their disciplinary charges after claiming they are being treated more harshly than other clubs by the Scottish Football Association.
Leigh Griffiths has told Celtic boss Neil Lennon that he is hungry for action.
Patryk Klimala aims to bring goals and glee to Celtic fans during his time at Parkhead.