There is a good camaraderie among the Celtic team this season. The bhoys seems to be a close group of players pushing each other on.

The man driving that type of atmosphere will be Celtic captain Scott Brown. When you’re captain of the club you can become the go to guy for players and work as a bridge between playing staff and management – you also get to set the locker room rules and find anyone in breech of those rules.

The fines are menial by footballer’s standards and most of the time it goes into a pot for a players night out or goes to the staff in and around Celtic Park.

Speaking to TV2 Kristoffer Ajer has revealed there is a ban on speaking Norwegian in the dressing room. Not much of a problem when he was the only Norwegian at the club – that was until Mohamed Elyounoussi came in during the August transfer window.

Ajer revealed any time they’re caught talking Norwegian among the players it’s an instant £100 fine and £200 if you’re a Premier League player!

This is most likely a rule that has been set up for all the lads who are able to speak English.

“It’s always brilliant to get Norwegians up here and be able to speak some Norwegian. We get fines from Scott Brown for talking Norwegian in the Celtic dressing room, so that’s fine, that.

“There are fines every time we speak Norwegian. I’m good at chatting away, so it ends up with Mo having to pay a fine.

“£100 every time you speak Norwegian. And if you come from Southampton and the Premier League, it’s £200.”



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