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  1. FAVOURITE UNCLE on

    FAVOURITE UNCLE on 13TH MAY 2018 11:30 AM

     

    can we have a full list of runners and colours from COIA’S please.

     

     

     

     

     

     

    stalls position would also be helpful.

  2. So a strong team ,no accusations of lying down to Aberdeen with selections .

     

    Guess it’s up to the dons to win second place,hope they don’t try to kick their way to it.

  3. CELTIC (4-2-3-1) Bain; Lustig, Ajer, Boyata, Tierney; Brown, Ntcham; Rogic, Forrest, McGregor; Dembele

     

    Subs: De Vries, Hendry, Simunovic, Roberts, Sinclair, Armstrong, Griffiths.

  4. Must admit I did not think Brendan would start with Dembers up front.

     

    Thought he would have went with the Griff. A strong team out today from start.

     

    Hope we do not collect any injury’s

     

     

    My Bhoy is taking my place today and taking my grandson,, we have 2 season tickets between 4 of us, I have 2 names on waiting list for next year, so here is hoping we get sorted for next year.

     

     

    Would really like club Celtic tickets beside my mate and his cousins, but probably out of my price range.

     

     

    Hail Hail

     

     

    D. :)

  5. leftclicktic on

    DAVID66 on 13TH MAY 2018 11:40 AM

     

    I thought the same with Moussa,though maybe he has to be kept busy with his hamstrings.

     

    BrendanknowsbestCSC

  6. Patrick Roberts: “I have to look at the bigger picture and I have certain ambitions in my head and places that I want to be.

     

     

    “To get there I need to come out of my comfort zone and try to reach those targets, but playing for Celtic has been a dream come true.”

  7. Leftclicktic absolutely Brendan is the man. In Brendan we trust.

     

    Would be a great end to the season to get a win against the sheep, always liked the games against them in the 80’s and 90’s

     

    COYBIG

     

     

    D. :)

  8. 16 roads - Protect the 8th. on

    Fiercely competitive.

     

     

    Brendan is boss, and knows best.

     

     

    HH.

  9. Neil Lennon & McCartney on

    I like that team ~ barring injuries, Brendan’s starting XI for the cup final?

  10. FAIRHILL BHOY

     

     

    I see you’re letting your old Da dae the driving today. Just remember after the game and with the joy you both will have in your heart to go and see your sister and bring that sunshine into her life for a wee while today. God bless the three of you.

     

     

    KEEP THE FAITH

  11. COYBIG.

     

     

    Emm obviously want Celtic to pump the Aberdonihuns and close the league campaign in style but at the same time I don’t want Sevco to get 2nd spot and the extra funds that this will give. Hope HIbs can beat Sevco but there seems to be a bit of discord amongst the Hibees.

  12. Celtic will win by a least 3 today, crackin day for a game, hope the supporters have the sun cream on looks sunny at Celtic Park.

  13. 50 shades of green on

    Strong team, full house and the sun is out also….♹♹♹♹♹♹♹

     

     

    H.H

  14. MOUSSA Dembele will lead Celtic’s attack against Aberdeen for the final league game of the season as the seven-in-a-row champions aim to finish off the campaign with a win before being presented with the Premiership trophy at Paradise.

     

    Brendan Rodgers has made five changes to the starting XI that were held to a goal-less draw against Kilmarnock during the week, with Dembele reprising his starring role up front in place of Patrick Roberts who starts on the bench.

     

    Kieran Tierney returns for the first time since helping the Hoops clinch the title with a 5-0 win over Rangers at Celtic Park two weeks ago. Mikael Lustig, Dedryck Boyata, Oliver Ntcham and Tom Rogic also return to the starting XI in place of Jack Hendry, Jozo Simunovic, Calvin Miller, Stuart Armstrong and Scott Sinclair.

     

    A win for Celtic would see them finish the season on 85 points and would build momentum going into next weekend’s Scottish Cup final against Motherwell at Hampden.

     

    Kick-off at Celtic Park is 12:30pm. For all the pre-game build-up and live match updates head to the official Celtic Twitter- @CelticFC

     

    CELTIC (4-2-3-1) Bain; Lustig, Ajer, Boyata, Tierney; Brown, Ntcham; Rogic, Forrest, McGregor; Dembele

     

    Subs: De Vries, Hendry, Simunovic, Roberts, Sinclair, Armstrong, Griffiths.

  15. Hrvatski Jim on

    Welcome to Celtic park to 7 year old Ryan who is sitting beside me on his first visit.

     

     

    I Will try to behave myself and not put him off returning.

  16. Fantastic turn out at the Magnificent 7 Champions Breakfast. Eventually 21 turned up including LionsRoar!

     

     

     

    Looking forward to a magnificent day!

     

     

     

    KTF

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