Business of Sport
Ewan MacKenna: Celtic FC might be financially strong, but all the sense of drama is long gone from Scottish football
If ever the phrase ''big fish in a small pond epitomised anything in sport, it's Celtic's current position in the football world. Theirs is a nomadic existence stuck somewhere between faded glory and impossible dreams. And that new-found purgatory is one dull place.
On Wednesday, hours before Celtic won the Scottish Premier League for the third time in as many seasons - averaging 2.71 points per game, with a winning margin of more than two...
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