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BRENDAN RODGERS shrugged off suggestions today that his Captain was overly aggressive and that opposing players need more protection from him.

The comments came from Hearts Boss Craig Levein after Rodgers’ side comprehensively beat his side on Tuesday night.

Speaking about the game and aftermath, Rodgers spoke of humility and how Hearts inability to show any after their win against Celtic came back to bite them.

“If it’s any consolation towards Hearts, this was my 101st game as Celtic manager and probably the easiest game I had to give the players any motivation for.

“Why? Because in the aftermath of the last game, there were one or two comments which came out that was pretty clear on questioning our desire to win the game.

“Going into this game, the motivation was pretty simple.

“Hearts were very good in the last game when they won, and we give credit to them, we showed humility afterwards.

“The game the other night it was clear we were the dominant team, not just Scott Brown but the team as a whole.”

5 COMMENTS

  1. 4-6-0…..history maker levein,GIRFUY Ya greasy fat thoughtless clueless wegganker…..The Hoops Reign Supreme int the backwater that is scoooootish fitbaw…….an aboot fuquine time that stain regan fuqued aff anaw………..Hail Hail to the mighty CELTIC…………………GGAW.

  2. The JamHunZz are just the same as the Sevco HunZz,Only Sing when there winning.When they lose,They take it Really Really Badly.Typical nonsense from a typical Sausage.Surprised he didnt complain,Like Sevco about the Mighty Tic celebrating Scoring…..The trials and tribulations of a Sour Faced Tosser….HfH There Hurt is Most Delightful..

  3. Its Official Craig Levein is an Absolute Sausage Muncher.Was he complaining when they took four off us.Noooooo!!!!Im surprised he didnt play 10 outfield defenders.Just to play it safe,Like ken….Hearts will be lucky to finish in the top Six.Sevco must be in panic mode,Stewart Regan has left the HunDump.Time for a Full Enquiry into The most Corrupt Club in Scottish Football History.Possibly in World Football History.

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