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Celtic Diary Monday October 2: Still Unbeaten, But Only Just

Calum MacGregor came riding to Celtic’s rescue on Saturday as Hibernian bucked the trend and decided to try to win at Celtic Park, something which doesn’t seem to occur to many teams as an option.

The under rated midfielder scored twice-his second with just ten minutes or so to go-to give Celtic a point when frankly it didn’t look as though it was going to happen.

MacGregor had opened the scoring after fifteen minutes but those pesky east coasters hauled themselves in front in the second half, which had everybody desparately searching for someone to blame, until the bold Calmac stepped up to slot in an equaliser.

Hardly anyone has given any credit to Hibernian, who were far and away the toughest domestic opponent thus far this season, but whats also interesting is that when you look at the league table, Aberdeen have been quietly going about their business as well..

Scottish Premiership

2017/2018 SCOTTISH PREMIER LEAGUE GP W D L F A GD P
1Celtic 8 6 2 0 20 5 +15 20
2Aberdeen 8 6 2 0 15 6 +9 20
3Rangers 8 4 2 2 17 11 +6 14
4St Johnstone 8 4 2 2 13 11 +2 14
5Motherwell 8 4 1 3 13 10 +3 13
6Hibernian 8 3 4 1 14 12 +2 13
7Heart of Midlothian 8 2 3 3 7 10 -3 9
8Dundee 8 2 2 4 10 16 -6 8
9Hamilton Academical 8 2 1 5 12 17 -5 7
10Ross County 8 2 1 5 7 14 -7 7
11Partick Thistle 8 0 3 5 8 16 -8 3
12Kilmarnock 8 0 3 5 5 13 -8 3
Hibernian host Aberdeen after the international break, and we could use a favour…
Whilst we need to accept that sometimes teams will raise their game, and get the occasional result, we do still need to look at ourselves though.
 In this case, there were signs of lethargy replacing strategy, and maybe its a good thing there’s a wee break from club duty.
However, as usual, the referee comes in for a little bit of criticism.
Willie Collum is not noted for his ability, he’s at best error strewn and at worst a cheat.
Somewhere in between we get the attention seeking little man who no doubt was bullied at school, is still bullied at home and gets pushed out of the way when he goes to the bar. Then he takes all of his little insecurities to work with him on a Saturday afternoon and resets his sense of worth.
Scott Sinclair was bearing down on goal late on, and was hauled back by Efe Ambrose. Collum, feeling an afinity with the big Nigerian, who has also had his critics, didn;t think it was a penalty, although bizarrely told JohnnyHayes that had Sinclair gone down, he would have awarded the spot kick.
   
We can safely say Sinclair was impeded, and we can say with a degree of assurance that Collum saw the incident.
That, to me, puts him in the cannot do his job properly category. Or, will not do his job properly.
You decide.
For me, he should hang up his whistle and get a job digging holes in the road and filling them in again.
Though no doubt someone would have his sandwiches off him every morning.
For MacGregor, his  two goals were rewarded ( rewarded-lol )with a call up to the national team, who are playing a double header this week.
He said;

All I have ever tried to do is keep progressing and keep learning at Celtic,”

“I have tried to make an impact whenever I have been in the team.

“I was pleased with the goals against Hibs but obviously I would have preferred it if they had come in a game when we had taken all three points.

“But for now it is just about trying to learn all the time.

“I actually haven’t spoken to Gordon Strachan since I was last in the Scotland squad.

“It has just been up to me to go away and concentrate on my football with Celtic and do everything I can to play well. I wanted to be in the Champions League this season, to try and play there and make a contribution in that kind of environment.

“I have been working on doing the things that manager wants me to do and I have always felt that if I do that then everything else takes care of itself.”

He deserves a run of starts for Celtic. He’s earned it, and with rogic and Armstrong under performing recently, he should step in and claim that place.
Elsewhere, under fire “rangers ” boss Pedro Caixinha confounded his critics when he led his Kenny miller less side to a 4-1 win at Hamilton. They might want him out over at Ibrox, but as long as he keeps delivering, he’ll still be there.
A couple of wins every month should be enough.
The recent spat with Kenny miller has divided their support.
Some are behind the  man,,,
Others are offering support to the veteran forward, who is after Caixinha’s job, with upside down expert Graeme Murty mentioned as his number two.
Will the fans be singing the Miller song ?
Frankly, who gives a toss ?
Aberdeen and Celtic are neck and neck at the top of the league, and then four sides below them are locked in a battle for third.
Derek McInnes quietly rebuilt his side over the summer. Stevie May has made a difference, and they now have a genuine goalscorer in their ranks.
Over the season, Celtic should still prove too strong for them, but if they continue to rack up the points against the lesser team, we might well have four extra cup finals to play in.
At the foot of the table, the poor start by Kilmarnock has led to their manager, Lee McCulloch,  being,er, mutually consented, and the Ayrshire club has promised to “scour the globe ” for a replacement.
Or, they’ll ring Barry Ferguson, Alex McLeish or even Billy Davies as they decide there’s no point in going too far in case it rains.
Due to a somewhat hectic and unpredictable weekend, we go back to Friday for the last caption competition..
Cleaning the giant Studebaker on display at the Century of Progress World’s Fair, 1933, Chicago
Bognorbhoy September 29, 2017 at 9:49 am · Edit · Reply →

Caption ..

Midget race clean stormtroopers helmet…

Today…
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Yesterday, despite heavy police intimidation, the people of Catalunya went to the polls to register their support for independence from Spain.
If you still haven’t ditched Sky, have a look at this..
You know what to do.
And to the people of Catalunya, stay strong.
The world is watching, even if some people don’t want us to.
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Mike Annis
4 years ago

Good to see support for the people of Catalunya trying to vote. The scenes of bullying police were frightening, brining back Franco’s tactics and policies or were they copied from Thatcher’s against the miners?

Caption: A Village Person spotted by the fart machine.

Rob O'Keeffe
4 years ago

Re:The song.Note the coughing part,remind you of anyone? Likewise “initiation”,mmm,wonder who participated in those ceremonies? Anyway,Celtic have a challenge so the league won’t be a boring procession,good stuff,increased crowds etc…

mike
4 years ago

Aberdeen, well they also quietly get kicked out of the League cup and the Europa pre-qualifiers. Keep your eyes on Murderwell who with Moult in form are also like the Hibees playing some good basic structured fitba.

mike
4 years ago

Life is to short for negativity,
let your brain exercise some creativity,
Grans and Grandpa’s Mums and Dad’s,
mostly good times, seldom bad,

When your a wean growing up,
drinking from life’s loving cup,
Sisters and Brothers Aunts and Uncles,
protecting you from life’s carbuncles.

Getting Wed to your special one,
no Morinho cos he’s a bum,
creating your own family’s special times,
climbing up life’s pole, in your prime.

Then its all destroyed by a daft wee cunt,
step forward Willie Collum and take the brunt,
of my seething anger at your sheer incompetence,
that’s let me soaking in pish incontinence,
left in a puddle of steaming wet anger,
thank the Lord he has no Doppledanger.

BJF
4 years ago

Celtic performed in their traditional post European mode, two terrific weeks and well done to Kenny and the Hibees for taking advantage, I hope Calum McGregor gets game time for Scotland if tats what he wants. Personally I have been checking to see if his granny had ever had a weekend in Dublin. In a perverted sense the most ” entertaining” part of Saturday was Willie Colum, we were debating whether he could get any worse during the game and just when we thought probably not, he did.
Caption : ” McCollum come out now that was a blatant crime.”

Monti
4 years ago

John McGinn should be a transfer target in January, i think the guy would do really well at Celtic.
He is also a Celtic supporter who like Tierney, would bust a gut for the club.
Hope it happens and he is in Hoops soon.

HH

mike
4 years ago
Reply to  Monti

My prediction 18 months back, plus I said the same when he left the Buddies for…….Free. He clearly is Broonies replacement.

Monti
4 years ago
Reply to  mike

Mike,
I agree!

CarlJungleBhoy
4 years ago
Reply to  mike

I don’t quite… : On the one hand, I like John McGinn and think he’d be a good addition to the squad, but I’m not sure I see him as Broony’s replacement… yet… as he’s yet to show it at the highest level – Champions League or International level (where IMHO he’s been OK but not much better than that) the jury’s still out for me.

However, IF -as seems likely – Armstrong goes to Ingerlund next year, he’s the best realistic replacement I see around. But – yeah I know he’s a different type of player – but is he a better prospect than Ryan Christie???

On the other hand (I have 3 of them 🙂 , there’s no doubting his Celtic credentials, and he could turn out to be the new Paul McStay and make me et my wrds 🙂

FFS I don’t half spout some shit on a Monday morning!

mike
4 years ago
Reply to  CarlJungleBhoy

Carl your the king of the jungle a jungle VIP, I wanna be like yoohoohoo. McGinn is 22 and at the same stage that Broony was at that age, he surely has an eye for the goal.
Just like Broony at that stage in his career, mainly untried and untested in that same situation. Like Monti say’s he has Celtic in his heart so would go that extra mile, he also has the same battling qualities that Broony has. As you say Christie is a different type of player and is showing up really well for the sheep, both would blend well together and with the rest of the youngsters be the Tic.s new quality street kids. Join the shit spouting club. 😉

Monti
4 years ago
Reply to  CarlJungleBhoy

Carl,
Just agree with me eh ffs 🙂

portpower
4 years ago

David Leask`s seen exiting from platform 9 3/4.

D'Fhinnein Mick
4 years ago

Ralph

“For me, he should hang up his whistle and get a job digging holes in the road and filling them in again.
Though no doubt someone would have his sandwiches off him every morning.”

Personally,I’d shite in his piecebox. Then piss on his chips.

mike
4 years ago

😉

salad queen
4 years ago

We could have signed young McGinn when he left St Mirren for nothing 2 years ago, but we had the fecking fish monger in charge!
He has always been a player, but better than his 2 brothers.

jimmybee
4 years ago

4 points dropped at home coming back from European champions league games.
We may have a title race on our hands if the trend continues.
Europa league would make it even more difficult but we should have the players to cope. Again I think Brendan got it wrong on Saturday,with his switch at half time,but he gets too much right to dwell on it. Undefeated and on we go.
So sad to hear of the shooting in Vegas, 20+killed many more injured. Thoughts and prayers with them at this sad time.

mike
4 years ago
Reply to  jimmybee

No chance of a title challenge, cos the sheep do, what they do, that is to get bleet and then baaaa. We still have two good players to come back and are not far of joining the squad in Kouassi and Sviat. once they come back and join Broony and Armstrong, with two additional players in January, watch us go!! See how they run.!!
I echo your thoughts Jimmy regarding Vegas, dreadful.

jimmybee
4 years ago
Reply to  mike

It’s no a bad thing Mike to be honest to have the sheep up beside us. Will keep us on our toes and stop them fucks in Engurlund going on about how easy we have it.
Could be cracking games against them. But your right the depth of squad should see us cruise it .

mike
4 years ago
Reply to  jimmybee

Where did all the love go?
the slippage of our core values,
is the love just for show,
when our desire should be for it to grow.

Auld people in Internment Homes,
while we chatter on our mobile phones,
youngsters out drinking on the radge,
wearing it like an honour badge.

How can the love not return,
it would stop the greets and gurn,
at all of life’s petty set-backs,
or ambitions thwarted and our stomach churn

Do not forget that people are kind,
caught up in life’s daily grind,
let the love return,
we cannot continue to be blind,
to show empathy for others,
our human sisters and brothers.

Brian (not the messiah)
4 years ago

Don’t think it anything to do with European games. Broonie’s absence I a big factor. Broonie keeps the ball and on Saturday we didn’t.

I’m waiting to know if Catalonia will he in strike tomorrow so at least I’ll get a day off. It has really backfired on the Spanish government, change will be unavoidable now.

jimmybee
4 years ago

Brian stupid from the Spanish government,why not just allow the vote,they might have got a victory,now no chance. It will have split the good people of Catalyuna from the government now for good.

Monti
4 years ago

” He is the messiah “

jimmybee
4 years ago

1-1 v St Johnstone 2-2 v hibs after Eurooean games.
The players put a lot of energy into Europe where we don’t have the ball as much.
Squad rotation is essential,and we shouldn’t be relying on one player no matter how influential he is. We need to get going after Europe as those two games show we have been not at our best.

jimmybee
4 years ago

Caption : Not even a ghost could get bye me. What ya mean he’s behind me.

Monti
4 years ago

The International community should today, be hammering the brutish spanish Police, they are a fucking disgrace attacking peaceful voters, people looking for their freedom!

CATALUNYA GO BRAGH

Monti
4 years ago

Caption:A Craig Whyte films production presents:

‘ Ghosts on the Sevco gravy train ‘

Patrick Street
4 years ago

After Pedro is sacked the Glasgow polis are recruited to scour the Copland road underground to see if they can find anyone who might look like a new manager.

Yoker Bhoy
4 years ago

A special mention for the surprise guest Coolio, the Californian rapper, at Paradise on Saturday. A very charismatic character, it was fun to have him around at half time.

Shocked and saddened by the Vegas shooting.

Re Catalunña, a long and arduous period of negotiations would be necessary to create the possibility of changing the existing Constitution and thus allow a future legal referendum. That arse Rajoy will do everything in his power to avoid that though.

Yoker Bhoy
4 years ago

Catalunya

BJF
4 years ago

Oops “did I say Kenny and the Hibees,”Lenny from Lurgan of course! Sad man that I am I watched Sevco on Friday on TV or to give them their new name ” Five Catholics and the Rest.”
Pedro seemed so subdued I thought he had already been sacked, ( I hope not), and then at the end I thought I glimpsed Java himself lurking in the tunnel, did anyone else see that, unless Hamilton have a look alike James Traynor ( what a way to spell a good old Irish name like Trainor!)

Iljas Baker
4 years ago

I thought the problems were obvious at the weekend: players missing (Broony and Jozo) and players underperforming for whatever reason (Rogic, Forrest, Sinclair, Ntcham, Roberts when he came on, Eduard, Griffith, Dembele, Lustig. Lennon knows all about post-CL fatigue and took advantage of it by going all out for a win, except for a short spell when Celtic dominated just before the break. I presume BR won’t risk Jozo two games in a row so we need someone else to partner Boyata, not Lustig or Tierney as they are better as wing backs. Hope it get sorted out in January.

he
4 years ago

Regarding Spain/Catalonia. It’s funny how the Old Left despise self-determination and home rule because they say they hate ‘nationalism’ yet that leaves them forcing us to choose between Big State Nationalism (Spain, Russia, Imperial Britain, etc) and the desire of every connected people on earth simply to govern themselves, a useful and mostly beneficial small nationalism that Ho Chi Minh knew all about.
No way is an independent Scotland going to behave like England, Spain, Russia or the USA! Lenin hoped that the small nations of Britain, in seeking Home Rule, would finish off British Imperialism once and for all. It hasn’t happened yet. It was good enough for John MacLean, Keir Hardie and James Connolly but not good enough for Sarwar, Gordon Brown, Alistair Darling and Jeremy Corbyn! I don’t like the idea of my grandchildren going off to fight for the Malvinas or Gibraltar but that’s what ‘internationalism’ means to the Westminster left.
vs. the Hibees our team was tired after an historic win. Brendan will find some way we can compete both domestically and in Europe without these glitches. Even so, if and when we lose it will be down to the poor ‘refereeing’ we all witnessed on Saturday. James Forrest didn’t dive when he was booked and possibly nearly dived when he wasn’t booked! Efe held Sinclair back two times (clearly on camera) We should get the penalty and win 3-2 but…
Gordon is still the finest shot stopper we have had in some long time even if many believe he isn’t the complete goalie yet.
After the break, the Sheep play away to Hibs and then to Ibrox.
Our best 11 (when fit) are:
Gordon
Lustig/Simunovic/Boyata/Tierney
Brown/Ntcham
Roberts/McGregor/Sinclair
Griffiths
Dembele needs match time in order to get his fitness levels up to last year.
We have a good subs bench.
Let the good times roll! Good health to all!

Rebus67
4 years ago
Reply to  he

Good post! For Celtic, these are indeed the good times. For Spain, Catalunya, the UK and Scotland, times are not so good.

In all the latter cases, the gap between the haves and the have nots is growing. Unless that is addressed, the road ahead will be bumpy.

Rebus

mike
4 years ago
Reply to  he

No Armstrong, no Rogic no Dembelle no for me!

portpower
4 years ago

Psst…pass it on.
Kenneth Miller surreptitiously travels with a Lilliputian lawyer.

Honest Hoops
4 years ago

Slightly deflated by the result however, one of us was managing the other team so it takes the edge off a wee bit, we were not in the running, but still raised it to draw and if the ref played by the rules and brought it back as there was not an advantage to be had it could have been a win, collum is such a wee dick….

portpower
4 years ago

Besides the good save from Gordon,if he needs to think too long it goes straight to the opposition.

As I seen against Hibs,if you`re going to spend 80 minutes of the game passing the ball around your own defense,a draw is a good result.

Cartvale88
4 years ago

Caption
Where did Coolio go?
Great game at the weekend, only Gollum spoiled it.
After UCL the team does struggle but that is to be expected, also Broonie and Armstrong were missed, Ntcham was again poor. McGinn looks a prospect and might be a good New Year aquisition. Would love to see the Hibees get second spot, it would really upset the knuckledraggers.

portpower
4 years ago

In the days of olde,
when toilets were respected.

We dug a hole in the middle of the road
and rangers(IL) sit contented.

mike
4 years ago
Reply to  portpower

In the daze of olde,
when Aussies were men and wummin bold,
toilets were cesspits and the shite was sold,
brown and stinky and even gold,
“Rangers” Died covered in mould.

But hark what is that I hear,
an Aussie wombat with only one ear,
but he sings heartily and full of cheer,
with my Aussie muckers I would share a beer.

BJF
4 years ago

If I can call Lenny, Kenny, I can call Jabba, Java but you know what I mean, still if no one else did.,,,

portpower
4 years ago

Catalan, our messenger.

Rebus67
4 years ago

It is hard to decide on whether Collum is biased or just incompetent. The real issue here is that no matter which is the reality, nothing will be done about.

For me, I am in the incompetent camp. He appears to be fatally flawed in that he lets his emotions over rule his observations. Probably he had decided that Forrest was a diver before the game and looked to confirm this on the park. Not to take consistent action when the same situation unfolded again, shows his incompetence.

Awarding Hibs an advantage and pulling the play back several moves later, is another example. Finally, his handling of the “penalty” and his later explanation, are the final proofs.

His problems are profound and will never be cured. Ralph is correct. He is not fit for purpose. It would interesting to see the fourth official’s report! He does not have to hold back….this is his last season.

Rebus

Devoy45
4 years ago

Previous post Devoy45 was transored to “he”! I prefer “he” he talks less shite!

mike
4 years ago
Reply to  Devoy45

Devoy is Doctor Who, instead of a tardus he has a sofa, or is he a mister man? who kens, but don’t upset him, just in case…..

rebus67
4 years ago
Reply to  Devoy45

Devoy,

I usually enjoy your posts but I don’t understand the last one. Is it aimed at me? or “he”?

Rebus

Devoy45
4 years ago

“transored”=”transformed”. That fecker Devoy45 cannae spell!

mike
4 years ago

The refereeing department of the SFA join with their illustrious brothers in the governing and the overview of Scottish fitba. as being not fit for purpose. The refs. are an enigma, i.e. Madden and Thomson have recently had good games, in that they are allowing the games to flow and by not allowing rough tackles to slow the game down
Collum is not an enigma, he is just shite at refereeing, who could possibly look into those watery eyes and see what he sees.
McGlennan the overseer is just as bad, his decisions depends on what is going on in his menstrual cycle, his decisions are mystifying.
Specsaver…wooft binoculars more like.

portpower
4 years ago

Ever get the feelin` you`ve been spooned without satisfaction sevconians?

The L5 medicine helps it go down-wown.

sevco pop-ins FC.

mike
4 years ago

“Fans snub SKY” At last the message is getting through, tell them to…..”wake up and smell the glove”, we don’t like you and your HUN or lamb taking presenters, so,……..

Will you no come back again,
will you no come back again,
Take your talk and fickle fins,
and stick it where you empty the bins.

Monti
4 years ago

Las Vegas shootings: 50 dead and over 400 injured…..WHY?

God be with those families affected!

BroxburnBhoy
4 years ago

I think as the season continues Celtic will grow is strength. We have a deeper squad and more talent than the other teams in the SPL. Aberdeen run hot and cold and Hibs lack the strength in depth. Sevco are basically Pish, so I see celtic pulling away around November/December. I agree with others on here about the ineptitude of Willie Collum. It was on show for all to see on Saturday. Question is will it be addressed? Based on previous piss poor referring performances probably not. The SFA are so bad it really is hard to believe.

mike
4 years ago

I agree with udders, Broxburn/Boston Bhoy?
Of whom do you speak of, who do you doth your cap at,
with whom is it that you share composite views with, young sir?
Is it me or perhaps or another Angel of this Universe,
Be careful young sir, eyes are watching, listening even,
Walls have eyes and ceillings have ears,
so i’m sending you some Scuddish cheers, where everybody kens my name 😉

Broxburnbhoy
4 years ago

Ah ken yir name pal. And I’ll raise a gless ti it.

mike
4 years ago

Ah ken yea de mahn, am watchin yoo pal ma tracking device is switched oan and phazers set tae Malky, one wrang codswallop or hugeymacudgery in that’ll be yer last, an that’s oh am saying like!!

SteveNaive
4 years ago

Collum taught R.E. at a Catholic Secondary school. To get on in his chosen profession you have to be seen to anti- Celtic. He had a poor game on Saturday and has previous against us.
I was more worried about Edouard (not helped by Dembele0 He was slow, his touch was poor as was his passing and willingness to run channels or even make a nuisance of himself. He was so worryingly poor I forgot to keep up my Johnny Hayes watch. Better again from him and he set Odsonne up a peach where he should have scored. To accommodate changes, Hayes played left back for the whole second half and whilst being under the cosh on the ground by being double teamed, wasn’t beaten once in the air (he can really jump!) Moreover, he never stopped trying from the first til the last minute. Calm down with the talk of McGinn, he wasn’t that good and possibly Gordon should have palmed the second over the bar.
Anyone know if Fergus was at the game ? No mention.

Monti
4 years ago
Reply to  SteveNaive

Steve Naive,
No one needs to ” calm down ” with talk of John McGinn, he is a very good young Scottish player.

Rebus67
4 years ago
Reply to  SteveNaive

Steve,

Do you mean Dembele or edouard did not run the channels or did not seem that interested?
I thought Dembele was showing all the signs of a player who had been out for a while. Perhaps he is also a victim of his own PR? Early days to draw conclusions, tho.
Edouard? Again early days to form conclusions but on the positive he has pace to spare and looks a strong lad….a natural athlete. On the negative he lacks confidence and cannot get the mechanics right on shooting. Whether these can be fixed, who knows. BR I suspect!
It is concerning, especially since Moult could have been obtained for the same fee as Edouard’s loan. Not a world beater but a solid goal scorer in the SPL.

Hayes? He was excellent in defence but I do not think he will make it as a winger for us. Pity.

Rebus

jimmybee
4 years ago
Reply to  SteveNaive

Fergus was at the game m8

Bognorbhoy
4 years ago

Caption ..

Big polis….
“Wis that jaba ?…sniffffff aye it wis I smell shite “

mike
4 years ago

Steve, I for one do not base my judgement on McGinn on just one game, he has trodden a path similar to Browns, he is a good young player and Scottish International player and over many games has shown his talent. For me the fact that he is Celtic embedded means that he would go the extra yard for us. Not saying he is a World class player just that he is a good player and will be within Celtics price range and that Brendan has mentioned him and admires his play.
I believe that the bunnet was at the game tho I never seen him personally.

Matt
4 years ago

Caption…….Polis on look out for rogue ticket in-spectre.

Hail hail

Matt

BondiBrian
4 years ago

Whats aw this ‘channels’ stuff, instead of ‘wing’. Then again ah still call them ‘shys’ instead of ‘throw ins’

Terrible news from Las Vegas. There are some seriously sick people out there wi easy access ti heavy weaponry. Recipe for disaster.

21st Century Spain obviously hasn’t shrugged off its Franco-foot soldier mentality. Thugs.

Devoy45
4 years ago

We don’t need any new or any more players. We already have Henderson, Christie and others. We need to keep and develop the players we now have. We are on our way, our team is gelling, we can pull up the drawbridge and get on with winning—on all fronts. McGinn is good but not as good as what we have aleady.

Monti
4 years ago
Reply to  Devoy45

Devoy,
I disagree my friend, i believe John McGinn would contribute more than Benyu, Kouassi or Liam Henderson.
Just my opinion m8.
Sometimes it just doesn’t happen for a player like Henderson, he’s decent but doesn’t have the grit or drive of McGinn.
I would like to see Christie brought back from Aberdeen though.

HH

Devoy45
4 years ago

already

Monti
4 years ago

Moussa Dembele is working his way back to full fitness, he is probably playingba bitvwithin himself, not wanting to break down, understandably.
He needs games and the confidence he is free of the injury.

HH

Monti
4 years ago
Reply to  Monti

Playing a bit within himself

mike
4 years ago

thank goodness for that.

Trying not to be a bore,
but McGinn is the future of Celtic,
to his very core.

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