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Walker: Celtic have fallen in stature
Walker: Celtic have fallen in stature Andy Walker

Walker: Celtic have fallen in stature

‘Humiliated’ Celtic have fallen in stature and have made too many transfer errors, says Andy Walker.

Walker: Celtic must capitalise Andy Walker

Walker: Celtic must capitalise

Celtic are the ‘luckiest team in the world’ and must seize their chance against Maribor, says Andy Walker.

Walker: Legia are desperate Andy Walker

Walker: Legia are desperate

Andy Walker believes Legia Warsaw have little chance of persuading UEFA to overturn their Champions League decision.

Walker: Celtic pay heavy price Andy Walker

Walker: Celtic pay heavy price

Celtic's failure to back Ronny Deila cost them a Champions League place, according to Andy Walker.

Walker: Celtic 'shocking' Andy Walker

Walker: Celtic 'shocking'

Ronny Deila’s hopes of winning over the club’s fans took a big blow in Poland, says Andy Walker.

Walker - Celtic ambition clear Andy Walker

Walker - Celtic ambition clear

Andy Walker says the appointment of Ronny Deila shows where Celtic’s ambitions lie at the moment.

Walker: Give Deila a chance Andy Walker

Walker: Give Deila a chance

Ronny Deila's history of working with limited funds could help him at Celtic, says Andy Walker

Tough for Tommy Andy Walker

Tough for Tommy

Tommy Wright has done a stellar job at St Johnstone, says Andy Walker, but WON'T win the Cup.

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