The_Bhoy_1981

Celtic's development squad:

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No and to think losing it now wtf

 

Its not the end of the world Pep. We can't remember the last time we lost it and that says how good a job has been done. 

 

I'm more worried about being 6 points ahead of Aberdeen in the SPFL. 

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Scepovic is banging them in

 

Manys he got for the development squad? If its a regular thing for the devolpment squad I think we need to give him a chance in the remaining league games, especially since Guidetti is refusing to say wether hes staying

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STEVIE Frail was pleased to see Celtic’s Development Side return to winning ways against Hibernian on Tuesday night, but he took greater satisfaction at the sparkling showing from his charges in the capital.

 

The young Hoops ran out 3-2 victors in an entertaining clash at Spartan’s Ainslie Park, with Callum McGregor netting the decisive goal after first-half counters from Calvin Miller and Joe Thomson.

 

http://www.celticfc.net/news/7914

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THE date for the Celtic Development Squad’s English Premier League International Cup quarter-final match with Manchester City has been confirmed for Thursday, April 16, at the City Football Academy.

Stevie Frail’s side won their place in the knockout stages of the competition in its inaugural year by beating Sunderland and Villarreal as well as drawing with Everton, to set up a mouth-watering tie against the Sky Blues in the last eight of the tournament.

The match will take place at 7pm at City’s new state-of-the-art Academy facility in Manchester on the above date.

http://www.celticfc.net/news/7932

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THE date for the Celtic Development Squad’s English Premier League International Cup quarter-final match with Manchester City has been confirmed for Thursday, April 16, at the City Football Academy.

Stevie Frail’s side won their place in the knockout stages of the competition in its inaugural year by beating Sunderland and Villarreal as well as drawing with Everton, to set up a mouth-watering tie against the Sky Blues in the last eight of the tournament.

The match will take place at 7pm at City’s new state-of-the-art Academy facility in Manchester on the above date.

http://www.celticfc.net/news/7932

Hope we have a link to watch It. Should be a good game pep.

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don't think we should be losing to anyone tbh

Anyone remember the 5 a sides from years ago I fink a bbc competition? we used to win every year no?

 

Are you thinking of the Tennents 6's Gav? 

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