It seems we are always looking to the next deadline this transfer window.

Every time we looked on the cusp of bringing in a player in time to be registered for the Champions League the deadline passes. Kolo Toure came in and managed to be registered as a wild card for the Astana game but now looking towards the most pivotal game Rodgers is in confident mood.

The Celtic manager spoke of his confidence that he will indeed have at least one in by Monday’s deadline.

When asked about Scott Sinclair, he was coy on the subject but was complimentary towards the player he managed at Swansea.

Celtic know the challenge in front of them now. If they can see off Hapoel Beer-Sheva then they will make the group stages of the Champions League. The club must back Rodgers to ensure this is what happens!

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  1. Take a pill. Relax.
    If we were to sign players just because, we would never improve.
    Rodgers has the nucleus of the team left by the retard before him, playing better, believing in themselves more, and working harder than they did last year.
    We won the league by quite a margin last year without a manager! There aren’t too many changes needed with this team but when the right people come along, Brendan will bring them in. What he won’t do is panic buy like his predecessor and end up with a bunch of useless bananas. We will have a smaller and better squad when the season kicks off.

    • Top man. You are so right, I have every confidence in the man and hope he realises the ambitions he has truly in his Celtic ambitions.
      We just want improvement. Only to be at the table, we won’t win the thing but as things are….. just to ride things out as a real sleeping huge giant of football.

  2. Excellent post Joe, but I would worry if Celtics squad was too small, they always seem to get injuries to important players at bad times, I won’t bother listing them as there are too many, if that had happened to Sevco, they would never have made the Premiership.

  3. Ronnie wasn’t a retard you are he should never have been given the job but he still gave us 2 league titles and a league cup he was hung out to dry by Lawell and the board Brendan has the right mentality for the job but needs the backing of the board.Once A Tim Always A Tim

  4. Dembele’s contract was set to expire at the end of June, and whilst a host of clubs were interested in landing him at the end of his deal with Fulham, it’s Celtic who have snapped him up on a four-year contract. Dembele appears to have plenty of potential, and Rodgers – who helped develop Raheem Sterling at Liverpool – could be the perfect man to nurture the striker at Celtic Park.


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