Celtic have had a lot of strikers throughout the last ten years, some good, some great and some well, some not so great but when you want to talk about a reliable goal scoring striker Celtic had many moons ago then you have to look no further than Scott McDonald.
The Aussie striker scored 55 goals in 81 appearances for the Hoops and gave us some memorable nights, the AC Milan game springing straight to mind when he scored late on against the Italians.
Scott spent three years at Celtic before heading down to the Championship where he played for Middleborough and Millwall but failed to emulate the type of form he had in a Celtic jersey.
The player was let go by Millwall last month and he’s now set to return to Scottish football for former club Motherwell. Not many Celtic fans will enjoy the sight of Scott back in a ‘Well shirt for obvious reasons. The player scored a now infamous brace which cost Celtic the title back in the Martin O’Neill days. A moment in time that still stings for a lot of Celts.
The 31 year old looks set to join on a short term deal at struggling Motherwell, hoping his goals can stop their downward spiral.