Celtic manager vacancy

Celtic manager vacancy

Ankle operation rules Shaun Maloney out for four months

SHAUN Maloney will miss most of the rest of the season for Celtic after suffering another serious injury setback.

Interview: Celtic have presented him as a Messiah, but Tony Mowbray's first job is to perform defensive changes, not miracles

TONY MOWBRAY was being unveiled as the new Celtic manager. He was proud and determined, same as he ever was. To his right was Peter Lawwell, to his left, John Reid.

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Mowbray appointment was not stalled - Lawell

CELTIC chief executive Peter Lawwell insists there was no undue delay in appointing Tony Mowbray as the new Parkhead boss.

Charlie says new boss Mowbray must find a hero for Celtic faithful

CHARLIE NICHOLAS believes new Celtic boss Tony Mowbray needs to find a hero to inspire the Hoops faithful.

Mowbray era begins at Celtic

TONY Mowbray will be formally unveiled this morning as the 15th man to manage Celtic on a permanent basis in their 121- year history.

Barnes, previous pioneer of attacking play, didn't last long

AS WELL as being a relief, yesterday's confirmation that Tony Mowbray will today stretch a green and white scarf out above his head as Celtic manager offers the opportunity to reflect on the most recent times when other newcomers to this role have been paraded on the steps of the porch at Parkhead.

Man who gave Mowbray his big break at Hibs recalls instant impression he made

HAVING been astute enough to hand Tony Mowbray his chance in management former Hibs director Stephen Dunn is among those glad to see Tony Mowbray back in Scottish football.

Mowbray confirmed as Celtic manager

TONY Mowbray has been appointed Celtic manager, the club have confirmed.

Celtic make a move for Mowbray

WEST BROM are still hopeful of holding on to manager Tony Mowbray despite confirming an approach from Celtic.

Mowbray switch reported as done deal but West Brom deny approach

West Brom today insisted they had still received no approach from Celtic to speak to manager Tony Mowbray.

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