CELTIC fans have been taken by surprise on Hogmanay.

Three Japanese players were announced at 11am this morning sending many fans into euphoria or shock.

Why shock? Because the January window for Celtic fans over the years have been a tough watch. Celtic wheeling and dealing, taking signings to the final day and then somehow missing out. There was a time when Celtic signed Willo Flood and a third goalkeeper in a January window.

We knew the club couldn’t stand still this time around, but not even we envisioned we’d have our ducks in a row so quickly over three major Ange Postecoglou signings.

We’ve not even hit January yet and we’ve announced three players – it’s quite something.

Many fans are harking back to the old windows under Peter Lawwell and giving our new chief executive Michal Nicholson kudos for making these deals happen and quickly.

Celtic still have areas where they can improve and after this burst of energy on New Year’s eve, we expect the club to go about their business a little bit slower now.

The bhoys will have to be patient if they want to land more targets before the window is closed.

Right now, we have three major signings that could make an impact straight away come January 17.

Michael Nicholson has a lot to prove to the Celtic support. The Bernard Higgins debacle didn’t help matters. If he can deliver and show himself to be a decisive chief executive, the fans might just get on-side.


  1. Just sort that defence out and celtic will won that league no problem aslong as the officials start looking after our players and start sending off the scumbags who are out to injure our players and thats afact.

  2. What utter ignorance! Without Peter Lawwell none of this would be possible! Without Peter Lawwell our club would have gone the same way as the other Glasgow club who became extinct in 2012!
    Now, thanks to Peter Lawwell we are Scotland’s ONLY big club!


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