It is the end of a decade, one of the most successful decades in the history of Celtic Football Club and it has just one more game to go, the Glasgow Derby.

Despite all the success of the last ten years Celtic fans will be still pleading for a win today against their city rivals. Three points today will see the Bhoys off into the new year and the winter break with an eight-point cushion in the league.

There has been a lot of hype about how improved the Rangers are this season but the truth is they were better off in the league this time last season, a win today will silence the media.

I must admit I had this team already down with Ntcham starting, it looked like Lennon had favoured this selection the last few weeks and with the midfield battle on the cards today I would have thought Ntcham got the nod. Instead, Lennon has chosen attack by starting Mikey Johnston. The academy winger only signed a new five-year deal yesterday and will be looking to prove his manager right today.

The rest of the team does pick itself, there are no surprises in the team, hopefully, every Celtic player shows up today and we can all head into the new year buzzing. Kick off from Paradise is 12:30.



  1. Pissed right off…. that Ajer is a joke turns the wrong way for first goal then gives a free header away weak link sell him,they took they game to him SG did his home work on how weak a link Ajer is,we need a top defender.

    Look they won a game nothing else but we need Ajer dropped and sold for as much as we can get…

  2. Players that had no Bering on the game today never got in on any forward passing midfielders brown McGregor, Christy Johnston, Forrest, bolingoli, , you tell me why were they hiding they are getting found out in hard games, Neil Lennon knows nothing about attacking play we play pass back all day long and still look like idiots in defence because the 6 mentioned players are letting the ball by pass them brown should have stayed in bed McGregor, and christy should not have been in the team bolingoli had no sense of were he was at Johnstone far to light,

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