Catching morning TV for the first time in a long time the other day I came across a very peculiar site. Former Celtic striker Dion Dublin co-presenting ‘Homes Under the Hammer’ on BBC 1. After hanging up his boots the former footballer became fascinated with property investment and has carved out a career in TV presenting helping house buyers out on auction purchases.


It got us thinking….

What could some of our current crop of players present on TV once they hang up their boots! Can you tell it’s International week?!

Anthony Stokes.

He has always had star like qualities so why not get him presenting a re-boot of Stars in their Eyes.


His obvious charisma and love of a sing song this could be the ideal job for Stokes. Although it could get a little hairy if an Elvis impersonator makes his way onto the stage!

Gary MacKay Steven and Stuart Armstrong

These two are joined at the hip and have become Celtic’s Dundee Double-act. That’s why once they both hang up their boots we see them taking over for Ant and Dec.


Start on a kids tv show and work their way up to the big time! Hopefully they will have successful Celtic careers before this.

Leigh Griffiths

Before he joined Celtic the player was allegedly seen wandering around local supermarkets sampling the local delicacies without compensating the supermarkets. That’s why we think he’d be the perfect presenter for a re-boot of the classic ‘Supermarket Sweep’. He could have free reign over all the products!


Efe Ambrose

Now we have no idea if Efe is good at Math or able to cleverly find 8 letter words made out of a jumble of letters but we’re still not positive he’s qualified for his current job, so what the hell! We think he should find his way onto Countdown! Obviously.


What other Celtic Players could go into TV presenting when they hang up their boots??

Leave us your funniest ideas below or use hashtag #CeltsAreHere on twitter!




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