Celtic’s B team has recently showcased a level of performance that has caught the attention of fans and onlookers alike, particularly after overcoming a challenging period in the Lowland League.


Despite a sluggish start that saw them underperforming and navigating through a sticky patch, the team has rallied impressively, embarking on a five-game winning streak that includes notable victories such as a 2-1 win over Tranent Rovers and a resounding 7-0 thrashing of Civil Service Strollers.

This turnaround has propelled Celtic’s B team to 6th place in the league, injecting a dose of optimism regarding the young talents progressing through the ranks at Parkhead. The contrast between the first team’s struggles with quick transitions this season and the B team’s recent displays has led fans reminiscing about the influence of Angeball within the youth setup.

Sandy Clark, the manager of Albion Rovers, has expressed admiration for the way Celtic’s B team plays, saying: “I’ve watched Celtic’s B team a few times because I really like the way they play,” he told the Airdrie & Coatbridge Advertiser

“They’re so quick, so good at their transitions that they are good to watch, so it’s going to be a difficult match.”

Celtic take on Albion Rovers on Saturday.


  1. Wow, a B team with our vast resources & scouting network with the pick of the country’s young talent has reached the dizzying heights of 6th place in the Lowland League.
    Regardless of recent results, id say that is a major embarrassment.


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