Celtic fans look like they can breathe a collective sigh of relief as Honduran winger Luis Palma shared what is being perceived as apositive update on his injury situation.

Palma, a key figure in the Celtic squad in the past month, had sparked concerns about his fitness following a knock he picked up in the CONCACAF Nations League semi-final against Mexico. The injury scare was heightened by comments from Honduras’ national coach, Reinaldo Rueda, who revealed that Palma experienced discomfort after his performance.

However, in a reassuring move, and image of the player surfaced online all smiles.

The photo shows Palma with a broad smile, standing alongside the Honduran medical team, signaling his well-being.

The image was a relief to Celtic, who are already grappling with a series of injuries among top players like Reo Hatate, Liel Abada, Daizen Maeda, and a recent scare involving Kyogo who went off with a serious head knock against Aberdeen before the international break.

This update from Palma comes at a crucial time for Celtic, as the team looks to maintain its strong start to the season.

Palma’s role in the squad has been significant, and his quick recovery would be a huge boost for Celtic’s campaign. The team and will undoubtedly be hoping for more such positive updates as they navigate through the hectic Christmas period.


  1. Our team looked tired so.e players taking the easy pass rather than making pass and go i see defenders without going for ball jyst move there body prevent player getting to ball most allowed goal keepers tine waisting refs have one warning to goalkeeper these players are athletes not disabled pensioners get them to get on with it 6 second law suppose to come in but we have laws in now to speed game up for the paying public its suppose to be fast movubg game antics of some players especailly goalkeepers make pantomine allowed by refs id say our best ref by far not var is been made to look like a fool by our var ref saying that why two rangers players got away without been booked for cheating might have stopped a thurd hittting the turf and got a penalty the jersey pull did nothing to make him go down or stop a goal scoring opportunity looks like he was persueded by a man well know for poor Decisions to help sevco his father also had a history dor the leaning towards sevco id like to hear what is said to refs by var in the circumstances every contraversal by var whether going against Celtic Or going for sevco dallas is invovled im sure our top ref was bullied into giving the penalty for sevco Celtic tv and other clubs should collect all those poor calls by dallas its like sevco has a extra nan whem dallas,beaton,muir,is invovled in making impotant calls on or off the park paranoid yes but if you look at decisions this and last more these three are involved


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