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    COWIEBHOY on 14TH OCTOBER 2017 2:03 PM


    Exactly Paul 67



    Whits the team :-))



    zup noo.

  2. Hoping Liam Henderson gets a run today and does well. I watch the Dev Team and 2 or 3 yrs ago Liam was way ahead of CalMac but, to be fair to CalMac, he took full advantage of he chances he got and is now an established 1st Team squad player and invaluable. I think Liam’s contract expires next summer and I’d be sad to see him go. Smart football brain, works non-stop, team player, hates to lose and has all the tricks as well as stamina. Deserves an extended run to prove his worth. Just hope it is not too late.

  3. Looks like BR fears a very real chance we could have a few clogged today.


    Happy to see this attitude, we will win the league, it matters not if it is by 3 points or 23 points. ‘Mon the Hoops!

  4. glendalystonsils on

    Eboue and Olivier are quite capable of giving Dundee a taste of their own medicine if Dundee try dishing it out.

  5. EBOUE Kouassi and Olivier Ntcham will pair up in the centre of midfield for the first time when Celtic meet Dundee in the Premiership today (Saturday). The Hoops are aiming to maintain their position at the top of table and extend their 58-game domestic unbeaten run when they take on Neil McCann’s side at Paradise.


    The Bhoys return to action following last week’s international break in which many of the Hoops players represented their country in the final group-stage games of the World Cup qualifiers.


    Brendan Rodgers explained that today’s fixture was too soon for Stuart Armstrong and Scott Brown to return to action from their respective injuries, while Eboue Kouassi’s inclusion in the starting XI marks his return from an injury sustained against Kilmarnock at the start of the season.


    Leigh Griffiths will start up front with Callum McGregor just behind and Scott Sinclair and Patrick Roberts supporting from the wings. Cristian Gamboa makes his first start of the season in place of Mikael Lustig at right-back alongside Belgian internationalist Dedryck Boyata, Nir Bitton and Kieran Tierney, who captains the side.


    Craig Gordon has also been rested after a double-header with Scotland and will be replaced by Dorus de Vries in goals. The Dutchman’s inclusion sees 19-year-old Irish goalkeeper, Conor Hazard, make his first appearance on the Celtic bench just one month after signing a new four-year deal with the club.


    Kick-off at Celtic Park is 3pm. Head to @celticfc for all the pre-game build-up and live match updates.


    CELTIC (4-2-3-1): De Vries; Gamboa, Bitton, Boyata, Tierney; Kouassi, Ntcham; Roberts, McGregor, Sinclair; Griffiths.


    Subs: Hazard, Ajer, Miller, Forrest, L. Henderson, Dembele, Edouard.


    Good morning from a cool cloudy eastern seaboard.


    I caught the last 20 minutes of L’Pool v Manure game and extend my sympathy to anyone who watched the full match.


    Good to see Brendan using the full squad,


    It helps to rest first choice players for BIG games, keeps fringe players happy, allows youths to gain experience and provides uncertainty and tactical match up headaches for opposition managers.

  7. Really looking forward to seeing this lineup perform.


    Attack minded and hopefully will give Brendan food for thought.


    Great the way we can rest players and at the same time give others a chance to impress.


    Do a good job and make it difficult for you to be replaced.



    Mon the Hoops.

  8. Rat face will have his team sitting in and keeping a strict defensive shape , we need to play at pace get behind their full backs and get support into the box quickly from the midfield, if we are ponderous it will give them time to settle and confidence, good luck Celtic.

  9. glendalystonsils on



    New hybrid pitch today.



    I thought we were having to wait until the next close season for that?



    We’ve certainly got a hybrid team out today-))

  10. leftclicktic on 14th October 2017 2:26 pm



    De Vries in goal worries me







    That he gets a hit of the ball. :)



    No Fear today Big Man.

  11. INVINCIBLE ‘GG on 14TH OCTOBER 2017 2:30 PM


    Good morning from a cool cloudy eastern seaboard. I caught the last 20 minutes of L’Pool v Manure game and extend my sympathy to anyone who watched the full match.




    Well said pal. I endured the last 30 mins and wish I’d gone for teeth extraction instead. Where was the creativity around the box from Liverpool or any sense of “do or die” as personified b4 by Gerrard? And Man U just happy to waste time rather than go for the 3 pts.



    First English match I’ve looked in on (illegally) since ditching SKY due to their disrespect of Scottish football and it will be a while b4 I dip in again.



    Canny wait for the battering of Dundee though!


    I’ve just finished my ecumenical breakfast


    Green grapes and orange juice.


    Ready for the upcoming annihilation as fringe players seek to impress Brendan ahead of Wednesday’s Munich game.



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