Former Celtic midfielder and fan favorite Tom Rogic recently made a rare post on social media to celebrate his former teammate James Forrest. The Australian, who retired from professional football after a storied career, shared a Celtic post about Forrest’s triumph in Dundee, highlighting the strong bond and lasting friendships formed during their time together at the club.

Rogic, who was instrumental in Celtic’s successes under Brendan Rodgers the first time around, including an historic invincible treble season, has maintained a low profile since hanging up his boots. His decision to repost Celtic’s tribute to Forrest on Instagram highlights his ongoing affection for the club and its players.

During his time at Celtic, Rogic became a hero to many supporters, particularly after his memorable last-minute solo goal against Aberdeen in 2016 at Hampden Park. That goal secured the invincible treble for Celtic and etched Rogic’s name into the hearts of the Celtic faithful. His dramatic strike, weaving through Dons defenders before finding the back of the net, is still celebrated as one of the most iconic moments in Celtic’s recent history.

Despite his retirement, Rogic’s engagement shows he remains connected to Celtic and closely follows the team’s progress.

James Forrest helped Celtic maintain their lead in the Scottish Premiership this weekend after his first start since November. The winger scored two great goals as he made the case for more starts between now and the end of the season.

With four games to go in the SPFL, James could have a big say in how things panned out.


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