Oliver Ntcham is proving himself undroppable these last few weeks with Celtic. The midfielder looked in all kinds of trouble during the summer after a French mag claimed he was pushing for a move away from Paradise.

At one point it looked like there was no return but Celtic boss Neil Lennon had a chat and said they had moved on but actions were always going to speak louder than words. The player’s actions have fans thrown roses at his feet now as he dominates midfield week in week out with Scott Brown.

Neil Lennon said he had challenged Oliver to get forward and get in among the goals and he hasn’t disappointed. His goal in Rome will go down in the history books but his goal tonight against Hearts will be a welcome addition to his seasons tally too.

Celtic are looking to maintain a seven point lead at the top of the table. The Rangers are also a goal to the good at Rugby Park so we will need more of the same to put this game to bed.


  1. #I could hide beneath the the ibrow wings, because the I manages mings. The nine trophys, they’ll never win. And I wake to face the lies, wipe the tears from my eyes, how many cups will I even win. Cheer up slippy G, ohh what can it mean, to a clown footed scoucer and a shi7e football team#


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