Just days after securing their first-ever league title, Celtic FC Women are set to bid farewell to two players who played significant roles in their championship-winning campaign.

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Natasha Flint, who joined Celtic on loan in January, announced her departure from the club through an X post. Reflecting on her time with Celtic, Flint expressed gratitude for her experience, saying, “Celtic, thank you again for everything! Another short stay but it’s been amazing. Thank you. Also, let’s not forget… History has been made.” During her brief stint, Flint was prolific, scoring 11 goals and providing three assists in just 14 league appearances, making a crucial impact in the title race.

Alongside Flint, Paula Partido will also be leaving Celtic to return to her parent club, Real Madrid. Partido shared her feelings on Instagram, stating, “There is no better way to say goodbye to this club. I’ll always be grateful to every single people who have been part of this great family, from each of the players to all the staff, for welcoming me from the first day as if I had been here all my life. Just thank you, thank you and thank you.Fans, I don’t even know how to give thanks for all this year, every single game, you were there, no matter where it was, no matter what time it was, no matter how the weather was, you were there. All that we get this year, it’s thanks to you. I’ll forever support Celtic. Mon the hoops, always.” Partido’s contribution included three goals and eight assists over 23 appearances, underlining her importance to the team’s success.

Celtic Women clinched the league title on the last day of the season with a narrow 1-0 victory over Hibs, edging out Rangers on goal difference.

Looking ahead, it’s set to be a busy summer for Celtic and Manager Elena Sadiku as they prepare to build on their historic success and navigate the challenges of the upcoming season without Flint, Partido and other stars still to leave.


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