IT seems like an almost daily occurrence when a new Celtic player joins the injury list and piles onto our current woes.
People complain about Celtic losing yesterday, and to be clear we still had the talent to win but even the best sides in the world suffer when they have this amount of disruption to their team.
What’s more is that the disruption happened live as we played Kilmarnock, all pre-match preparation out the window when not one but two of our defenders had to be taken off.
It’s fair to say the squad haven’t been lucky and if you look at who is out at the moment it’s also fair to say that the injured XI could win the league.
Roberts, Armstrong, Rogic, Hayes;
There’s no denying if that team started a game Celtic fans would be quite happy and confident they could get the job done.
It’s easy to have a pop and join in with the rest of the people outside Celtic that want their pound of flesh from the Champions because they have so few opportunities to do so.
However, the number of players that are currently queuing up for treatment should not be shrugged off, and when these players start filtering back, I think you’re going to see a blistering end to the campaign.