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A Winter's Tale

Scottish Football 2012/2013

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Some decent young Scottish players coming through. Thats the Future.

Indeed, I would have liked to see Tony Watt in the senior Scotland squad seeing that the U-21 tie is also a friendly.

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Sneck in Europe next season, anyone?drinks.gifdrinks.gifclapping.gifclapping.gifclapping.gifyahoo.gifyahoo.gif

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Thought i would post in here as it's gone abit quiet. Despite living south of the border i support the mighty Rangers! Ticking along nicely in the third division. Good to see Celtic flying the flag in Europe improving the Scottish Co-efficent.

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The Highland Derby in the SPL is currently 0-0. Both highland sides have a good chance of finishing in the European places. Ross County look set to keep their unbeaten run in the SPL since Christmas. Hearts have been very poor this season, Motherwell perhaps haven't performed aswell as they are capable of, but they are currently second after a 2-1 win over Hearts. It's very competitive between Aberdeen who are 9th with 37 points and 2nd place Motherwell who have 46 points. Celtic are well on their way to succesfully defend their league tital and are league leaders by 16 points. Dundee however are facing the reality of life in the Irn-Bru First Division next season. Earlier today, Celtic beat St Mirren in the quarter-finals of the Scottish Cup. Celtic were poor against Motherwell earlier this week in the SPL and today they were not looking all that potent but their best player in both games was the talented James Forrest who has created all of Celtic's goals today and against Motherwell. And next week, Celtic play Serie A leaders Juventus in the second leg of the Last 16 of the Champions League. Celtic have never reached the quarter-finals of the Champions League and they will face an almighty task in Italy with Juve winning 3-0 at Parkhead in the first leg. Celtic have been pretty good in Europe this season and deserve to be in the last 16 but as the tournament goes on, it was always likely that Celtic will face a brick wall. In the first leg, Celtic certainly looked like a decent European side and created the majority of the chances but couldn't take any of them. Juventus defended very well and were clinical on the counter-attack. It would be good for Scottish football if Celtic could give a good performance this week, the inform James Forrest will be very important to Celtic's chances of creating goal scoring chances.

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