Celtic are not exactly bursting at the seams with confidence after a disappointing week or two both on and off the park. The Bhoys disappointment started with the sale of fan favourite Kieran Tierney to Arsenal.

The misery got piled on Tuesday night at Paradise when the Hoops crashed out of the Champions League qualifiers with a 3-4 defeat to Cluj.

Neil Lennon and his team have no time to be licking their wounds as they need to overcome AIK Stockholm next to secure any more European football this season. The first leg with be played at Celtic Park this Thursday and AIK have just got beat at home 1-2 at the hands of Kalmar FF.

The Swedish team were knocked out of Champions League qualifiers by Maribor at the end of July. They just got past Sherriff to face Celtic for a place in the Europa League group stages. They would have wanted a win before travelling to Glasgow during the week, we wonder if their fans are looking to sack the board or manager.