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COMMONS SETS TARGETS & RECALLS SEMI FINAL ‘WALK OVER’

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KRIS COMMONS demands to see an improvement in SPFL champions Celtic next season.
The midfielder insists there are still targets for the Hoops to achieve at home and abroad.
He said: “We have to just keep on improving and never stand still thinking the job is done.
“We have got to improve every single year and there are certain goals we have still not reached.
“Our target is the domestic treble while the Champions League group stages will be a requirement every year.
“The title days are momentous and they are the ones that stay with you for the rest of your life. That’s four-in-a-row now and it whets the appetite for next season when we’ll, hopefully, get five.
“This season has felt particularly long, I don’t know why, but it’s good to get over the finishing line and get our hands on the trophy.
“I can’t say enough good things about the fans and how they turn out week in, week out and give us such a great reception.”

The former Scotland star added: “The highlight of this season for me was signing a new contract. That was a huge moment and it came straight off the back of beating Rangers, so that week was a particularly great one for me.

“There have been plenty of ups and downs. Hopefully, though, the downs will make me a better player and I can realise exactly what I have got to make me stronger going into next season.

“Also, I’d just like to thank the fans for their support. Through hard times and good times, they have stuck with us and they are a credit to the club and a reason why so many performances have been at such a high level.

“I can’t thank them enough, they’ve been magnificent.”

On a separate interview aired tonight on radio Clyde Kris described this season’s league cup semi final against the lower league opposition as “strange” saying that the opposition were happy for Celtic to keep the ball even though they were two goals behind. He also described how their players were arguing among themselves in a match that was more a walk over than a competitive derby.
 
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