COCKY Age Hareide reckons Malmo should have nothing to fear against Celtic in their Champions League play-off.

In fact, the veteran Norwegian coach insists his team are coming to Glasgow for the first leg on Wednesday to attack Ronny Deila’s men.
Hareide watched the Hoops draw 2-2 with Kilmarnock at Rugby Park in midweek and fully realises it was not a top strength Parkhead line-up.
He said: “I do not tend to get scared. And to play at Celtic Park you have to be brave.

“We know we need to have a very good away game in Glasgow to have a chance to go through.

“We know what is required in the Champions League and have a good experience from the last game against Salzburg where we won 3-0.”

The former Norwegian international manager added: “If a team from Scotland were to underestimate Malmo it could be an advantage for us. But I don’t think Celtic will do that.

“Ronny is very aware they will face a team that is going to be tremendously versatile.

“It’s hard to say much about Celtic after a match on artificial turf against a fighting Kilmarnock side, but they have more in store.

“It can be difficult to get everyone to lift themselves.

“But I’ve also seen the Celtic games against Qarabag and they are a good team.

“It was about what I expected. It is always difficult with the games that you are just expected win.

“ Scott Brown was missing and he has not played in a while, I do not know why.

“Virgil van Dijk is also a good player. He was their top man at 

“Would I like Celtic to sell him? That could be the case.”
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