SFA Youth Cup Final: Celtic v Rangers Live Match Commentary Scotzine April 27, 2011 Celtic, Live Match Commentary, Rangers 4 Comments Follow all the action at Hampden tonight as Celtic Under 19s play Rangers Under19s for the SFA Youth Cup. The Celtic side are league champions and looking to do the double while Rangers are looking to gain some revenge for last year’s 2-0 defeat in the Final to Celtic, and win the cup at the third time of asking. Match Line-ups: Celticu19 XI: Feely, Toshney, Brennan, Hughes, O’Donnell, Bagshaw, Irvine, Twardzik, Spence, Twardzik, McGregor. Celtic subs: Gormley, Thomson, Atajic, Fraser, Feruz. RangersU19 XI: Inglis, McAusland, McIntyre, Cole, Hegarty, Hunter, Fotheringham, Dick, Hemmings, McCabe, Naismith. Rangers subs: Mitchell, Wiktorski, Crawford, Drummond, McNeil. Follow the action from 7.30pm: Youth Cup Final 4 Responses Kraljski April 27, 2011 Celtic signings from overseas clubs which will no doubt command some sort of transfer fee – Feely (Oz) Czech twins, Atajic(Swe) Spence(Alloa) & Hughes(Eng) However you could say the same for a number of Rangers players too. Royal what??? April 27, 2011 Apparently Feruz will be making his debut next season cant wait been hearing good things about him for a while. Royal what??? April 27, 2011 mon the hoops Tony April 27, 2011 Kept my two boys long past their bedtime. Great atmosphere from the off with about 2000 green brigade and hangers on in a crowd of near 10,000 of which 60 plus percent were jungles. Poor game in the first half with Rangers just edging it and the mixed race centre forward looking impressive. The weans spent much of the time spotting lenny and various coaching staff and players, good to see John Kennedy also. The use of the cliche ‘a game of two halves’ is merited here because Celtic came out reinvigorated and were in patches magnificent in the pass and the way they manouvered Rangers around. Several players impressed, especially the number 5 and the blonde right-wing back who seemed indefagitable in the way he went about his business. One sitter off a cracked crossbar and several missed opportunities meant that a coasting tic at 1-0 up were open to a bit of bad luck from a wll worked and finished Rangers team who until then had hardly bothered to cross the half way line such was the dominance of the young jungles. Celtic’s no.10 is a touch of class but would drive me mad with his casual approach, a bit more urgency at times and I needn’t have cauld tired weans who nonetheless were determined to see the tic lift the cup. A player for Rangers who looked the part throughout the match was the mixed race centre-half who has that versatile look about him and could be handy for a skint senior team. I was saddened to see security escort a Rangers fan and his two weans out of the tic section shortly before the game, he didn’t want to go and had his hand shook more than once as he was escorted up the stairs. Rules is rules but sometimes things need to be left alone as it was a good thing for him to be there.