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McMenamin: It’s only going to get tougher for Celtic Nation

Colin McMenamin photo Colin McMenamin drove through a snow blizzard, torrential rain and a howling gale to lead Celtic Nation to their biggest win of the season – but he predicts things are about to get even tougher.

Last updated 5 February 2014
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Celtic Nation beat leaders Shildon to top table again

Celtic Nation photo WITH VIDEO HIGHLIGHTS Celtic Nation 4 Shildon 3: A record attendance of 649 saw Celtic Nation leapfrog opponents Shildon to go top of the Northern League First Division.

Last updated 3 February 2014
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Rowntree confident Celtic Nation can return to top of league

Gari Rowntree photo Gari Rowntree insists Celtic Nation’s defence is in no mood to surrender if Shildon try to storm the barricades in today’s Northern League title showdown.

Last updated 1 February 2014
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McStay joy as Celtic Nation sign Spennymoor captain

Daniel Moore photo Willie McStay hopes he has boosted Celtic Nation’s dream of silverware – with a bit of help from Bobby Moore.

Last updated 30 January 2014
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All but two Carlisle Sunday league games survive weather

All but two Carlisle Sunday league games were postponed due to waterlogged pitches.

Last updated 29 January 2014
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Celtic Nation determined to send message to Northern League rivals

Jake Simpson photo Jake Simpson insists Celtic Nation have not lost their fear factor despite being knocked off their perch.

Last updated 29 January 2014
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Celtic Nation boss predicts a goals feast

Willie McStay photo Celtic Nation boss Willie McStay is predicting a goals feast today when they take on Billingham Synthonia, aiming to shoot their way back to top spot in the Northern League.

Last updated 25 January 2014
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Celtic Nation boss aiming to get fit-again forwards firing

Colin McMenamin photo Celtic Nation boss Willie McStay has challenged prolific strikers Colin McMenamin, Jonny Allan and Micky Rae to rediscover top form.

Last updated 24 January 2014
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Rae confident he can fire Celtic Nation back to top of Northern League

Micky Rae photo Prolific marksman Micky Rae has vowed to score the goals to fire stuttering Celtic Nation back to the top of the Northern League.

Last updated 23 January 2014
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Big Al's grab first Carlisle league point of season

After suffering 13 successive defeats and conceding 97 goals in the process, bottom of the Fourth Division Big Al's Sports Bar earned their first point of the season

Last updated 22 January 2014
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Celtic Nation manager eyeing new midfielder

mbmcstay Boss Willie McStay today revealed he isn’t finished in the transfer market as he looks to bolster Celtic Nation’s promotion-chasing squad.

Last updated 22 January 2014
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Celtic Nation consider red cards appeal

Willie McStay photo Celtic Nation boss Willie McStay plans to watch a video replay of Saturday’s double sending off of Peter Murphy and Martyn Coleman before deciding if the club will appeal.

Last updated 21 January 2014
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Murphy and Coleman see red as nine-man Celtic Nation cling on for draw

Peter Murphy photo Celtic Nation 0 Durham City 0: Celtic Nation were held at home as this Northern League Division One encounter with Durham City veered off the rails.

Last updated 20 January 2014
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On-loan Bristol Rovers man says Celtic Nation stars good enough to turn professional

Jim Paterson photo New signing Jim Paterson reckons at least four of his Celtic Nation team-mates could walk straight into a professional team.

Last updated 18 January 2014
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Celtic Nation confident stadium revamp will pass FA inspection

Gillford Park photo Celtic Nation chief Steve Skinner says the ambitious Carlisle club is ready for take-off after splashing out £50,000 to transform their ramshackle ground.

Last updated 16 January 2014
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Penrith boss eyeing Celtic Nation loan players

Matt Henney photo Penrith manager Matt Henney hopes the rapid expansion of wealthy neighbours Celtic Nation can benefit his club.

Last updated 15 January 2014
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Celtic Nation boss wants fans to create 'hostile' environment

Willie McStay photo Celtic Nation boss Willie McStay wants his club’s new army of supporters to create a hostile environment for opponents as he believes referees are being influenced by rival fans.

Last updated 15 January 2014
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Celtic Nation lose Northern League top spot

Martyn Coleman photo Newcastle Benfield 3 Celtic Nation 1: Celtic Nation's promotion push was dealt a blow as Newcastle Benfield delivered only their fifth defeat of the season.

Last updated 13 January 2014
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McStay: No rush for Celtic Nation to go full-time

Willie McStay photo Celtic Nation manager Willie McStay insists there are no immediate plans for the ambitious Carlisle club to go full-time despite the rapid progress being made on and off the pitch.

Last updated 9 January 2014
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Henney looks for new faces to bolster Penrith side

Matt Henney photo Penrith boss Matt Henney admits the Blues are in need of reinforcements after seeing his side lose 4-3 to Guisborough last night.

Last updated 9 January 2014
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