Celtic prepare for the visit of Aberdeen this weekend sitting 5th in the SPFL table gaining only 7 points from their first 4 games.
ICT sit top of the table playing one more game than Celtic and have 13 points on the board.
At this stage there is no reason to panic as our new manager finds his feet in Scotland. However, now the transfer window is shut and Celtic have two brand new strikers at their disposal, as well as 3 new midfielders and a defender, there is now nowhere to hide for Ronny Deila.
Aberdeen proved last season on more than one occasion they could be a thorn in Celtic’s side. Knocking them out the cup and they were also the only team to beat Celtic in the league all of last season.
Aberdeen have also only played 4 games and they sit in 8th in the league after 2 wins and 2 losses.
They will know Celtic are there for the taking if the bhoys play like they have before the international break. It’s up to Ronny to set his team up in the right way and hope the new bhoys get the team firing again.
It is painfully obvious when you take Kris Commons goals out the team that they have suffered for it.
Kris has been in and out of the side and so far looks unable to re-capture the form of last season that propelled him to the top of the clubs scoring chart.
It will be interesting to see how Ronny lines up, if he’s to remain with one up top with players either side then I think Scepovic will get the nod with Guidetti on the bench. Guidetti is just coming off the back of a few games with the Swedish U21s and may not be ready for a starting role on Saturday.
After various stutters and spultters by this team they must now go out and prove a point against Aberdeen. If they drop more points then you will be sure the pressure on Ronny and his men will intensify.