Celtic have announced the game against Ross County on Saturday is now a sell out!

The bhoys are back in action after the poor 1-0 defeat to Ibrox two week ago and if there was any hangover in the Celtic support after that game – nobody is showing it.

Given the game could have gone either way and the start Celtic have made under Ange in general, the mood around the Celtic supporters is still very positive.

There’s a lot of work still to be done by the new manager but fans can see signs of a revival and an exciting brand of football emerging.

It shows by the fact Celtic have sold out their tickets for the visit of County.

Nothing is won at this stage of the season and going in a run now can really set Celtic up for the rest of the season.

We have four new signings who could make their debut which has also added intrigue to the game. Scales, Jota, Giakoumakis and Cart-Vickers could see action this weekend if Ange believes they’re ready.

It’s going to be a great atmosphere and we can’t wait to get to Celtic Park.


  1. Given the title he has (defemsive coach) and the time he has been at CFC, John Kennedy has a lot to answer for. Time after time, the BACK POST is an area we fail in defending. Considine of Aberdeen, Goldman….we made him a hero to the buns. The failure to defend that area is down to JK, he must known our failures in that department. As a defensive coach, we MUST defend all areas around the goal.
    Over to you John!

  2. Should not a defensive coach know the set up look we have very fast players up front now if we stand two players apart on halfway line it would take 4 to mark them less players in our box now let us do the Math we have 9 in and around our box they have 6 and we can man mark there players just outside our box so say 2 in our box now is 4 and we have 7…

    A defensive coach must know this less players they have in our box the less chance they have of getting to ball..


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