The officials have been confirmed for Celtic’s trip to Livingston this Sunday in the Scottish Premiership.

The Hoops will travel to West Lothian at noon in the first game back after the international break. Currently, we don’t know if manager Brendan Rodgers will be in the dugout for the game with his SFA trial set for Thursday.

The Association, though, have announced who will take charge of the game. Indeed, Don Robertson – who was at the centre of an officiating disaster involving Celtic a few weeks ago at Tynecastle – is set to referee the clash.

Referee Don Robertson
3rd March 2024; Tynecastle Park, Edinburgh, Scotland; Scottish Premiership Football, Hearts versus Celtic; Referee Don Robertson

It is hugely intriguing that the SFA appointed Robertson for the game in the week of Rodgers’ trial given the gaffer is being charged for his words following the last Hoops match he refereed.

Graeme Stewart and Andy Milne will run the lines while Euan Anderson will take up fourth official duties. Alan Muir and Graeme Leslie are on VAR. 

This weekend is the start of a crucial run-in for Celtic. The next nine (potentially ten) games will define the Hoops’ season and whether Brendan Rodgers’ return to the club is immediately successful.
With some key players set to return, fans are becoming quietly confident that this team can go all the way and bring home the bacon.

3 COMMENTS

  1. TBF, Don the Robber wasn’t the problem that day. It was cheatin Beaton. Don the Robbers main issue was not being brave enough to stick to his original decision.

  2. don,t bother to give stick to this ref,we know it,s a wind up for our supporter,s on match day,remember it,s easter sunday,don,t be hooked in, celtic can answer by taking three point,s ,they are all out to take the scottish leauge away from us……………this lot they thvealready spent the 60 million on brown envelopes,,,,,,,,,

  3. All his decisions will be under the microscope, so he had better read up on his latest edition of the masons (naw the Sfa Referring) handbook.

    He will still be blind, and have his special Green and White filtered contact lenses on.

    Just incase he misses something grim.

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