Send out your B Team for an away game after losing at home and you should not be disappointed in the outcome. The first half was as unstructured a performance as we have seen since the summer. The pitch, which was terrible, can only take so much responsibility.
Stephen Welsh had a nervous return to the side, one of several poor passes fell short of Nir Bitton and led to the opening goal. The second was perhaps the poorest of the many Celtic lost across both legs. Bodo/Glimt didn’t so much break as saunter forward. Anthony Ralston watched the ball, not the player peeling off behind him. Nir Bitton was skin-tight to Vetlesen, but also watched the ball, and allowed his man time to cushion a shot into the net. It was all too easy for Bodo.
Ange, you made your call, we all know this was one you deprioritised, we will all forgive you if the masterplan comes together. Rather this than sorry tales come May.