Celtic midfielder David Turnbull has insisted that the Hoops squad are looking to put things right after Sunday’s disappointing 1-0 defeat at the hands of Livingston.
As quoted by the Daily Record, speaking ahead of tomorrow night’s Premier Sports Cup quarter-final tie, the 22-year old revealed details of the meeting that took place in the aftermath of the loss as they look to bounce back and reach Hampden Park with a win on Thursday evening.
He said: “We know Sunday wasn’t good enough, but the games are coming thick and fast.
“It’s just about putting that right with the game tomorrow, and we are all looking forward to it.
“We had a meeting during the week after it (the Livingston defeat), and we were just discussing everything.
‘Where we felt we went wrong, how to put things right and put our style of play to good use; what we have been doing.
“It’s just about doing that in every game, and we have went over that, and hopefully it starts clicking for us now.”
Despite that, in the last couple of fixtures, his performances have been a little disappointing at times. With the high standards the midfielder holds, he will undoubtedly be looking to rectify that as soon as possible.
Tomorrow night’s game feels like a good chance for the squad to build up some momentum once again.
Fingers crossed, we can see another good home performance and secure a return to Hampden for the semi-finals after missing out in both cup competitions last campaign.