CELTIC are back in action on Saturday and not before time.
Any supporter like myself who sees international football during the season as a nuisance will be waiting impatiently for club football to return. For Celtic, they’ve had to sit and stew after taking a 2-0 defeat to Livingston the last time out and fans have been pondering over what Neil Lennon must do to keep things fresh and ensure no more points are dropped.
Squad rotation has to be at the heart of what Neil does with 18 games between now and the end of the year. Nine of those games will come in the month of December.
It’s time to use the squad he has to the full and surely it’s time for a Greg Taylor debut come Saturday at Celtic Park. The former Killie man has been overlooked to this point and has only made the bench once since joining the club.
While Boli Bolingoli has gotten the nod as first team left-back it’s imperative that Taylor wouldn’t be coming in completely from the cold if Boli was to get injured.
A game against County at home is the perfect time to hand the player his debut. Will Neil Lennon finally let the player loose?