Soccer Football - Scottish Premiership - Dundee United v Celtic - Tannadice Park, Dundee, Scotland, Britain - May 11, 2022 Celtic manager Ange Postecoglou REUTERS/Russell Cheyne

Celtic only needed a point in Dundee to secure the title and that’s what they got. Ange shook things up a bit at the top end of the field and it showed at times, the hoops not as cohesive as they can be.

The bhoys took the lead but an outstanding strike from Dundee Utd brought them level in the end.

The home side certainly played their part in proceeding on the night and secured their place in Europe next season with the draw.

Soccer Football – Scottish Premiership – Dundee United v Celtic – Tannadice Park, Dundee, Scotland, Britain – May 11, 2022 Celtic players pose for a picture to celebrate winning the Scottish Premiership after the match REUTERS/Russell Cheyne

At 1-0 to Celtic, Dundee Utd could have equalised earlier had it not been for the quick defending of Anthony Ralston whose last ditch challenge stopped a certain goal.

In the aftermath of the challenge, Joe Hart let out a massive roar and gave Anthony a few ‘well done’ punches to the chest. The sort of passion that’s helped shape this team’s season and got us over the line to win the title.

Celtic weren’t given a chance at the beginning of the season but as we role into the final day on Saturday, all that’s left to do is have a title party.

We couldn’t properly celebrate the last title due to lockdown. This one will be special.

1 COMMENT

  1. I’d call this 10 in a row as we’re surely not counting last season’s covid title as a real thing, much in the same way sevco, sorry, ranger2, don’t believe liquidation happened! …makes sense, right! 😏

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