RONNY DEILA hopes to become the Hampden Roar after the League Cup Final against Dundee United on Sunday.
The Norwegian salutes the Celtic supporters in his own inimitable way at the end of games and his enthusiastic actions have now been termed ‘Ronny’s Roar’.
He hopes to be indulging again at the national stadium, but he realises his team will face a stern test before he can even think about celebrating with the Hoops’ hordes at Hampden.
Deila has stressed the need for his players to maintain their composure and said: “If you lose your discipline and get a red card you can lose the game.

“I think we have been disciplined. 
On Sunday at Tannadice, some things happened after a situation.

“Again, when something happens like that you must keep discipline and focus, so I expect my players to do that in
 every game now. If you stay on your feet things go well. We must not do anything stupid.

“You have to have controlled aggression – John Collins is always saying that. We have to be determined and high on motivation and aggression.

“We have to be clear thinkers about what to do in certain situations. We want the team to be like that and we want to be the same way.

“I am very calm. Maybe too much. Hopefully, it will come on Sunday but 
we have so many big matches you
get used to it.

“If this had been a small club, the Cup Final would be totally crazy. But this club has done it so many times it’s very calm.

“We can reach one of our targets and that’s important.”

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