CELTIC have FINALLY confirmed three of their developmental stars have headed for a temporary Parkhead exit to go out and get first-team experience in Scotland’s lower leagues.
Mark Hill has been sent out to Forfar where he starred for his new side at the weekend, scoring a debut goal 2-2 draw away to Montrose.
Regan Hendry, who went out on-loan to Rath Rovers on Friday also starred for his loan side as they ran riot – winning 5-1 against Dumbarton. Former Celtic scout John McGlynn’s first game back in charge of Rovers a massive success.
PJ Crossan headed to Stranraer and came off the bench to play in his loan clubs 1-1 draw away to Brechin.
All three men unbeaten as they take up their new roles at their loan club.
Celtic posted the official announcement of their loan departures on Monday morning.
‘A NUMBER of young Celts have gone out on loan until January 2019. Mark Hill has joined Forfar Athletic, while Regan Hendry goes to Rath Rovers. And PJ Crossan has joined Stranraer.
‘We wish all of them every success during their respective loan spells.’