Phil Mac Giolla Bhain

Phil Mac Giolla Bhain

Author in VAVEL

Phil Mac Giolla Bhain is an author, blogger, Journalist and writer based in Donegal, Ireland. He has a particular interest in Scottish football and is a Celtic supporter. An established print journalist for many years Phil has also built up a considerable online readership through his own blog. His use of this online platform to break stories has brought praise from media commentators. Phil has won "best football journalist" category in the Tartan blog awards in 2010 and 2011. He is an active member of the National Union of Journalists
Rangers are dead!

Glasgow Rangers FC

Rangers are dead!

Yesterday the British tax authorities signed the death warrant for a football club that many thought would last forever. They were wrong. Hubris and hatred made Rangers self-destruct.
Rangers: the movie

Glasgow Rangers FC

Rangers: the movie

Over the last 48 hours the action in the Rangers disaster movie has speeded up.
Another bad day for Rangers

Glasgow Rangers FC

Another bad day for Rangers

The SFA published a damning report on the Ibrox club today and a consortium interested in buying Rangers decided to withdraw their bid.
A tale of two anniversaries

Celtic Football Club

A tale of two anniversaries

45 years ago today Celtic won the European cup in Lisbon. Ever since then their city rivals have sought to equal this achievement, by any means necessary.
Rangers fans help to chase away the man who could have saved their club

Glasgow Rangers FC

Rangers fans help to chase away the man who could have saved their club

A campaign of racist abuse against Mr Bill Miller by Rangers supporters was a contributory factor in him deciding to walk away from the Ibrox club.
Rangers nearing death?

Glasgow Rangers FC

Rangers nearing death?

These are historic days for Scotland’s establishment club. Since going into administration on February 15th this year the supporters of Rangers  have waited on each statement
Racism in Irish football

Football

Racism in Irish football

Irish players used to be subjected to racist abuse in England. They can still be subjected to this abuse in Scotland. However, back in Ireland the issue of tackling racist abuse in football is a work in progress.
Neil Lennon's life in Scotland

Scottish Premier League

Neil Lennon's life in Scotland

The treatment of Neil Lennon in Scotland tells much about that country and it is not a pleasant story.
The green Guardiola

Celtic Football Club

The green Guardiola

There are great similarities between Barcelona and Celtic. That is also true of their young managers.
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