1. Scottish Premiership: 4 Reasons Why Neil Lennon Should Manage an EPL Club

    Despite taking over at Celtic a few seasons back after the disastrous tenure of Tony Mowbray , Neil Lennon has only recently started to silence those who doubted his ability to cope with the pressure of managing at Parkhead ...

    Paul Mullaney Written by Paul Mullaney about over 1 year ago 940 reads 0 comments

  2. Ranking Celtic's Fraser Forster Against Man City's Joe Hart

    With Joe Hart and Fraser Forster, you don't have to look particularly hard to find the similarities. They're both English. They're both goalkeepers (I didn't say this was going to be insightful)...

    Paul Mullaney Written by Paul Mullaney about over 1 year ago 2,234 reads 10 comments

  3. Champions League: Shaktyor Karaganda vs. Celtic Preview and Prediction

    Having successfully negotiated their passage through the previous two rounds against Cliftonville and Elfsborg respectively, Celtic once more find themselves just two games away from a return to the group stages of the Champions League...

    Paul Mullaney Written by Paul Mullaney about over 1 year ago 2,271 reads 1 comments

  4. Scottish Premiership: 5 Reasons Why Aberdeen Can't Challenge Celtic This Season

    First up, I should point out that nobody's saying Aberdeen are going to win the league. The top flight in Scotland might have changed name over the summer, but one thing that's ...

    Paul Mullaney Written by Paul Mullaney about over 1 year ago 1,831 reads 0 comments

  5. Joey Barton: Why Marseille and Everton Are Both Right to Say No

    Amid all the controversy that regularly surrounds Joey Barton , it's often easy to forget that he's a footballer, and a decent enough one as well...

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  6. The 5 Scottish Premiership Breakthrough Players for 2013/14

    With every passing season in the Scottish Premier League — sorry, Scottish Premiership — it seems that, more and more often, the stars of the previous campaign have gone before the new one gets underway...

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  7. Why Scottish Football Is Still in Better Shape Than Wales

    With Gareth Bale arguably the most dangerous attacker in the English Premier League, Swansea winning the English League Cup and Cardiff City winning promotion to join them as the Principality's ...

    Paul Mullaney Written by Paul Mullaney about over 1 year ago 1,057 reads 1 comments

  8. Everton: Predicting the Blues' Final 5 Games

    With just five games to go, Everton find themselves in a position which they'd have been more than happy to take had you offered it to them at the start of the season...

    Paul Mullaney Written by Paul Mullaney about over 1 year ago 1,299 reads 5 comments

  9. Everton 2-0 QPR: Comfortable Home Win Keeps Alive Chances of a Top Four Finish

    Everton fans would have been forgiven for perhaps thinking that their team should have been at Wembley today for an FA Cup semifinal...

    Paul Mullaney Written by Paul Mullaney about over 1 year ago 1,156 reads 1 comments

  10. Scottish Premier League: In Defence of the Split

    The Scottish Premier League's decision to introduce a split in the league after 33 games—breaking the league up into two separate groups of six for the remaining five matches—has ...

    Paul Mullaney Written by Paul Mullaney about over 1 year ago 651 reads 1 comments

  11. Predicting the Potential Everton Starting Lineup for 2013-14

    With the season reaching its conclusion, and Everton still very much in contention for a fourth- or fifth-place finish, Evertonians must be pretty pleased with how things have gone for them so far...

    Paul Mullaney Written by Paul Mullaney about over 1 year ago 1,618 reads 6 comments

  12. Celtic: Why the Hoops Can Soon Be a Legitimate Contender in the Champions League

    Are Celtic on the way back? Their eventual exit from this season's Champions League may have been somewhat unceremonious—a 5-0 aggregate thrashing by Italian champions ...

    Paul Mullaney Written by Paul Mullaney about over 1 year ago 6,631 reads 32 comments

  13. Predicting the Next 5 Everton Youth Players to Make 1st Team Debuts

    Whether it's been at Bellefield , or later at Finch Farm, Everton 's youth academy has produced a number of players who've gone on to make a name for themselves in the first team, or elsewhere...

    Paul Mullaney Written by Paul Mullaney about over 1 year ago 3,069 reads 5 comments

  14. 5 Changes That Need to Be Made to the Rules of Football Right Now

    Football, as we all know, is the greatest game on the planet. It far surpasses any other sport in terms of drama, intrigue, excitement, passion ... the list goes on. In every aspect, football reigns supreme...

    Paul Mullaney Written by Paul Mullaney about almost 2 years ago 11,036 reads 72 comments

  15. Scotland World Cup Qualifiers: How Scotland's Future Is Tied to the SPL

    Remember that time Scotland beat France? In fact, no, do you remember that time Scotland beat France twice in the one qualifying campaign, finished ahead of Ukraine and only narrowly ...

    Paul Mullaney Written by Paul Mullaney about almost 2 years ago 692 reads 0 comments

  16. Everton: Was FA Cup Defeat to Wigan a Blessing for David Moyes' Side?

    Everton 's 3-0 defeat at the hands of Wigan Athletic saw their inauspicious exit from the FA Cup and ended, for yet another season, the club's hopes of getting their hands ...

    Paul Mullaney Written by Paul Mullaney about almost 2 years ago 625 reads 1 comments

  17. Ranking Best Young Prospects Everton Must Target in Summer Transfer Window

    It's really hard to know what kind of position Everton will be in come the start of next season. So many question marks hang over the club, ranging from whether or not David ...

    Paul Mullaney Written by Paul Mullaney about almost 2 years ago 1,779 reads 7 comments

  18. Barcelona 4-0 Milan: Why Rossoneri Were Inches Away from Advancing

    Many in the game had written them off, but with the sort of attacking flair and creativity that's become a trademark of their success, Barcelona cruised past Milan tonight 4-0 with a ruthless, terrifyingly efficient display...

    Paul Mullaney Written by Paul Mullaney about almost 2 years ago 2,339 reads 10 comments

  19. 4 Lesser-Known Players in the Scottish Premier League Who Could Start in the EPL

    Celtic's performances in the Champions League this season have put it beyond any reasonable doubt (if indeed there was any) that they'd be more than capable of competing in the top half of the table in the EPL with their current group of players...

    Paul Mullaney Written by Paul Mullaney about almost 2 years ago 578 reads 0 comments

  20. 6 Reasons Phil Neville Is as Important to Everton as Marouane Fellaini

    Phil Neville and Marouane Fellaini both play in the same Everton side, but to a certain extent the similarities stop there. In so many ways the two are vastly different, both as players and in terms of their personalities...

    Paul Mullaney Written by Paul Mullaney about almost 2 years ago 1,010 reads 20 comments

  21. Craziest End-of-Season Scenarios for SPL Teams

    With just nine games to go, we're getting to the stage in the season where things start to get wrapped up. Of course, this season in the SPL we've known how a couple of things were going to turn out, pretty much from the very beginning...

    Paul Mullaney Written by Paul Mullaney about almost 2 years ago 347 reads 2 comments

  22. How Would an SPL All-Star Team Fare in England?

    The SPL has always had to put up with living in the shadow of its more illustrious neighbour from down south...

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  23. EPL: Rating the Everton Players in 2-1 Loss to Norwich City

    David Moyes must be wondering why his side just can't seem to hold onto a lead. For the second time in seven days, Everton succumbed to a late equaliser as substitute ...

    Paul Mullaney Written by Paul Mullaney about almost 2 years ago 394 reads 0 comments

  24. Champions League: Why AC Milan Beating Barcelona Was No Fluke

    Milan's 2-0 win over Barcelona on Wednesday night was a shock. It was a result that will have surprised many across the football world—fans and pundits alike—who doubted Milan had it in them to beat Messi and Co...

    Paul Mullaney Written by Paul Mullaney about almost 2 years ago 4,008 reads 17 comments

  25. Celtic: 6 Reasons for Optimism Despite Juventus Loss in Champions League

    Barring a miracle—and we're talking about something major, like Henrik Larsson coming out of retirement, or the entire Juventus squad getting arrested for match-fixing— ...

    Paul Mullaney Written by Paul Mullaney about almost 2 years ago 1,401 reads 1 comments