Explained: Why Celtic have started the season poorly, 20-year record broken

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Report: Wolves in advanced talks to sign Jan target in scintillating form, player not training today
Monday January 07, 2019

Report: Wolves in advanced talks to sign Jan target in scintillating form, player not training today – originally posted on Sportslens.com Dean Smith would love to keep Chelsea loanee Tammy Abraham at Villa Park for the rest of the season, but it seems that he is on his way out. The exciting striker has beenRead More Report: Wolves in advanced talks to sign Jan target in scintillating form, player not training today

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Celtic suffered defeat at Kilmarnock on Sunday, ending the weekend five places and six points worse off than Scottish Premiership leaders Hearts. Brendan Rodgers’ men have endured a difficult start to the campaign and risk missing out of the title if they can’t turn things around soon.
Their away form has undoubtedly been the biggest issue, with the Hoops picking up just one point on their travels in the Premiership this season and having won only two of eight outings in all competitions. It cost them their place in the Champions League and is their worst start for 20 years.
10/7/18 (Champions League) Alashkert 0-3 Celtic
1/8/18 (Champions League) Rosenborg BK 0-0 Celtic
11/8/18 (Scottish Premiership) Heart of Midlothian 1-0 Celtic
14/8/18 (Champions League) AEK Athens 2-1 Celtic
18/8/18 (Scottish League Cup) Partick Thistle 1-3 Celtic
23/8/18 (Europa League) Suduva 1-1 Celtic
14/9/18 (Scottish Premiership) Mirren 0-0 Celtic
23/9/18 (Scottish Premiership) Kilmarnock 2-1 Celtic
The second half of last season’s Premiership campaign saw Celtic really struggle on the road. They dropped points in six of their final 12 games, conceding 15 goals for their troubles. With Rangers somewhat rejuvenated under Steve Gerrard, there could finally be a competitive title challenge in Scotland.
Stats from Transfermarkt.
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Opinion: Silva would make a colossal gamble if Everton land 24 y/o int'l in January
Monday January 07, 2019

Opinion: Silva would make a colossal gamble if Everton land 24 y/o int'l in January – originally posted on Sportslens.com Everton are reportedly interested in signing Sporting Lisbon midfielder Bruno Fernandes in the January transfer window. According to reports fromA Bola, the Toffees will need to pay £35 million to sign the Portuguese international who has been inRead More Opinion: Silva would make a colossal gamble if Everton land 24 y/o int'l in January

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