And we would have to attempt it the following evening! Opponents: v AS St Etienne Loire Competition: European Cup Round 1, 1st Leg Date: 18/09/1968 Venue: Stade Geoffroy-Guichard, St Etienne Score: 0-2 Scorers: n/a Referee: unknown Attendance: 34,000 Comments: None. We all reported early that morning to Celtic Park and boarded the coach which would take us to Seamill, our haven before major matches. Durkovic Camerini CALLUM MCGREGOR says that there are no excuses for Celtic’s performance in their dismal derby defeat to Rangers, but he has promised the club’s supporters they will bounce back once again, just as they did last season. 3-0 Celtic. Then it was into the dining-room for a splendid lunch before the players were spoiled even more with a session in the pool and baths, the salt-water versions being particularly popular.

No doubt the Boss was also pleased but he brought the celebrations to a close with a sharp reminder –“that’ll do, guys, now get off home….and remember, we’ll be training in the morning…we have Dundee United here on Saturday”. ‘This was underlined at Celtic Park where Aberdeen departed the scene firmly convinced they had been robbed of a point in Celtic’s 2-1 win’.
Celtic Noch offen. 15' Tor durch Keita (St-Étienne)! The reporter also gave praise where it was due, not only to the visitors but also one of their players –. St-Étienne gewann das Hinspiel. Attendance: 34,000 Team: Simpson, Craig, O'Neill, Brogan, McNeill, Clark, Johnstone, Connelly, Wallace, Lennox, Hughes. 59' Craig. The previous year, in the same competition, we had lost a lot of prestige – and I suppose, sympathy – when we went out of the European Cup in the first round. Right from the first whistle, we were in control, pushed the French champions back well into their own half and, urged on by the noise of the 75,000 crowd, battered the St Etienne defence. The morning papers had a most eye-catching headline –, The article went on to say that the Boss had an injury concern about one of the two players who had been receiving treatment for injury. The away leg in the San Siro was played in a snow storm in atrocious conditions and ended 0-0. 1 Carnus (TW) 2 Bosquier 3 Camerini 4 Djurković 5 Mitoraj 6 Herbin 7 Jacquet 8 Bereta 9 Fefeu 10 Keita ... 02.10.1968. The first was about both halves of the Glasgow divide –. Opponents: v AS St Etienne Loire The Boss gave nothing away and explained why –. Final Score  Celtic 4  St Etienne 0     Aggregate 4-2. It might not be to everyone’s tastes but it will always be about genuine fans saying what they think because they love the club. ‘Before the Lennox winner Aberdeen had played splendid football with inside-forward Jimmy Smith – the man that Celtic money could not buy – a truly brilliant performer’. Bobby Murdoch won the Scottish Player of the Year award, Willie Wallace finished top scorer. Celtic 4-0-02/10/1968. Scorers: n/a Celtic v Clyde – 9th of October 1968 – League Cup – 1-0. Those were the quarter final loss to AC Milan, who went on to win the European Cup this season, and losses home and away to Rangers in the League. : 4-2.

I would be grateful for any small donation which we could put towards hosting and editing of the blog. Celtic faced St Etienne who were beginning to come to prominence in Europe. The final at Hampden was delayed due to a fire and when finally played in April Celtic destroyed Hibernian 6-2. Murdoch, McNeill, Brogan Celtic had been one of the first clubs to protest against the Soviet invasion of Czechoslovakia. A furious Stein vowed to go for all-out attack in the return game and the Celts gave no quarter running out 4-0 winners at Celtic Park to go through to face Red Star Belgrade who had failed to withdraw with the rest of the Eastern Bloc teams. They protested vehemently, continued their protests as Tam Gemmell lined up to take the take and even threw some shin-guards at him to put him off. St-Étienne. Action was even more daring at Tynecastle on Saturday when only an Andy Penman goal scored three minutes from time saved Rangers from another 1-0 defeat by Hearts’. Ges. It was an amazing scene. ‘Celtic swarmed into all-out attack, made no end of chances – and wasted them all’.

Throughout the season Jimmy Johnstone and John Hughes were outstanding on either wing both proving themselves to be world class players. … As usual, the press came along to see what was going on and thanks to them, we got to see the early editions of the evening papers, with two headlines in particular catching the eye. A walk along the beach before breakfast, a work-out on the lawn before lunch and the baths in the afternoon. 1-0 Celtic. And so onto the final against Rangers. Celtic Keita 15 Revelli 36 Übersicht Kommentar notitle notitle 36' Tor durch Revelli (St-Étienne)! 30 th September 1968. Fefeu, Jacquet, Revelli, Keita, Bereta. the icing on the cake came from Joe, with a typical opportunistic effort. In the summer of 2006 a few of us decided to set up the Celticunderground website. Our day was the usual, a light loosener in the morning, lunch, a few hours in bed, the pre-match meal then the coach trip back up to Celtic Park, where even we were surprised by the size of the crowd that was gathering.

However, while we had the possession, we lacked a bit of precision with the final pass. The replay was won 3-0 on a heavy and muddy pitch. 1 Carnus (GK) 2 Bosquier 3 Camerini 4 Djurković 5 Mitoraj 6 Herbin 7 ... 02/10/1968. The previous season had seen 30 wins with a massive 106 goals for and 24 against and 63 points. At the time we were somewhat disillusioned at the cosy relationship between some fansites and the board which was developing and felt that we wanted to be part of something that wasn’t being influenced by the PLC. This was Jock Stein at his best outwitting Rangers and out-thinking Davie White. The story still leads to much hilarity when told but was serious at the time.

St-Étienne. Celtic were woeful in defeat this afternoon as Rangers dominated in an impressive 2-0 win at Parkhead. Team: Carnus, Durkovic, Camerini, Mitoraj, Bosquier, Herbin, Fefeu, Jacquet, Revelli, Keita, Bereta.

Free delivery for many products! The usual Seamill day. Only two blips dotted the horizon. The difficult aspect of tactics like that, though, is that there is a very serious balancing act to be undertaken. St-Étienne 2-0-18.09.1968. They won 5-1 at home with Jimmy Johnstone running riot in the second half when told he might not have to travel if Celtic got a four goal advantage and then Johnstone-less held out with a 1-1 draw in Belgrade.

The actual eleven players to be involved were not given out and he merely discussed the tactics in general terms. Score: 0-2 It was also a very important win for the players. The papers that evening were in no doubt as to what would happen at Parkhead –. Once inside the dressing room, the celebrations continued, the champagne being passed round for everyone to have a sip, whether they were directors, other members of the playing pool or some of the staff inside Celtic Park! wonderful run by Jinky, during which he terrorised some French defenders, then a pass to Stevie, who merely had to tap the ball home.

When I say ‘all’, I am exaggerating matters; there were three players left behind. Juggling both of those aspects of play is one of the hardest things to do in football. Venue: Stade Geoffroy-Guichard, St Etienne Putting him on the bench gave the message that he was almost 100% but perhaps not quite. This led to the eastern Bloc teams pulling out of the competition and led to a redraw of the First Round. 87 minutes
The quarter final saw them drawn at home against Willie Ormond’s St Johnstone. Competition: European Cup Round 1, 1st Leg © The Celtic Underground | Website Design by Redwing Creative.

This was undoubtedly one of the best performances by Celtic during my time at the club and it was undertaken in an all-white strip, which was a first for me at any rate. All seemed good at the club with the lack of knighthood for Jock Stein transferred to one for the Chairman and on the field a vivacious, attack-minded Celtic team and more quality youngsters coming through. They still finished five points behind in second place in the league, a result that again prompted whole scale changes across the river. To say the decision was not received well by the French side is an under-statement. This chronicle of events is a labour of love, but it also comes at a cost. Was it Simpson or Lennox? Jimmy managed to get himself suspended by the club for shouting at the bench and throwing his shirt when he was substituted in the League game against Dundee Utd. Sometimes in the evening, we might go to the cinema but that night, the Boss decided to have a discussion about the match, where we had gone wrong in the first leg and what he was expecting of us in the second. Date: 18/09/1968 1968/69, 1. Comments: None. I broke forward down the right and from the edge of the box, slammed the ball high and hard past keeper Camus.

Celtic Noch offen. When the breakthrough came, it arrived in the penultimate minute of the first half –, 44 minutes Rangers are favourites to win this afternoon’s Old Firm derby. Celtic Park, Glasgow.

VASILIS BARKAS 4: Goalkeeper had to do so much better with Goldson's early header that gave Rangers the lead, allowing the ball to slip through his grasp. Jock Stein would regularly throw the curve ball at the opposition by having John Hughes run out in the number 11 shirt and then play him at centre forward. Celtic Park - Glasgow. If I named the player, the French would almost certainly make him a marked man early in the game’. Mitoraj, Bosquier, Herbin Unfortunately for Bobby, what a match to miss out on. Celtic Park, Glasgow. Referee: unknown Celtic faced St Etienne who were beginning to come to prominence in Europe. A total of 29 games were won with 89 goals for and 32 against and the points total was 55.

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