Scott Sinclair is training with Chelsea as the former Celtic hero attempts to keep fit ahead of joining a new club. The last couple of years haven’t quite gone to plan for Sinclair. The forward was a key part of Brendan Rodgers’ Celtic side following a 2016 move from Aston Villa. Things took a turn under Neil Lennon though and after 62 goals in 167 games a treble treble along the way, Sinclair left Celtic in January 2020. Sinclair joined Preston North End but struggled to hit top form in Lancashire.
Sinclair was released by Preston this summer at the end of his contract, having managed just 12 goals in 78 league appearances. Now 33, Sinclair hasn’t managed to find a new club and has missed the opening weeks of the season. It’s something of a fall from grace for Sinclair, but he still has so much quality in his locker. A club will surely take a chance on Sinclair sooner or later and one of his former clubs is now trying to help that process. Continue reading ” CELTIC TREBLE TREBLE HERO NOW TRAINING WITH PREMIER LEAGUE GIANTS”
Scottish champions Celtic are eyeing a second straight league win at the start of the new season ahead of their away game against Ross County. Celtic are the defending champions after seeing off Old Firm rivals Rangers to win the league title last season. The Scottish Premiership holders had won nine straight league titles before the quest to make it ten straight league titles was stopped by Rangers during the penultimate season. Celtic then reclaimed their league title from Rangers last season.
The new Scottish Premiership season started last weekend and it took just three minutes for Celtic to get their title defence underway at home to Aberdeen.Scottish centre back Stephen Walsh was responsible for the first Celtic goal after three minutes. Continue reading “CELTIC EYEING SECOND SUCCESSIVE LEAGUE WIN”
Celtic will hold discussions with the representatives of Brazilian midfielder Vinicius Souza, The Scottish Daily Mail has reported. The 22-year-old is being watched by sides all over Europe, coming off the back of an impressive loan campaign spent in Belgium with KV Mechelen. With Ange Postecoglou on the hunt for a midfielder this summer, Souza looks to be a player the club is keen to add to their ranks ahead of next season. Journalist Stephen McGowan reports in the Scottish Daily Mail that Celtic have already scheduled discussions with the Brazilian, who is contracted to his parent club, Lommel SK.
The Belgian second division side has links to the City Group, which may suggest where the Hoops’ interest in Souza comes from. The report also states that Celtic have competition for the former Flamengo man, with Fenerbahce, Club Brugge and Bologna all declaring their interest in Souza. The Green Brigade announce brilliant Celtic Park plans as Matt O’Riley chats with Barcelona starThe Green Brigade announce brilliant Celtic Park plans as Matt O’Riley chats with Barcelona star Continue reading ” CELTIC SCHEDULE AGENT DISCUSSIONS AS POSTECOGLOU EYES MIDFIELDER”
Celtic boss Ange Postecoglou likes his team to attack. We can tell this by the fact that the Hoops are currently the top scorers in the Premiership. One way in which Celtic like to attack is by having the full-backs going forward to support the attackers, and act like wing-backs at times, or even on occasion drop into midfield to push forward. One player who has thrived in this attacking full-back role is Anthony Ralston. The 23-year-old has a good relationship with the Celtic forward players, as shown by WhoScored.Com.
Ralston has provided two Premiership goal assists for Kyogo, Giorgos Giakoumakis and Jota, and that is an impressive showing by the player. There are a number of Celtic players who have provided more than one assist to a player in the league this season, but Ralston is the only one whose main job is defending. Continue reading ” STATISTICS SHOW HOW VITAL 23-YEAR-OLD IS TO CELTIC ATTACK”
Celtic will take some stopping with their current form in the Scottish Premiership after they thrashed hosts Motherwellon Sunday to consolidate their place at the top of the log. The Scottish Premiership leaders made it six straight wins with the 4-0 win at Motherwell.
Arsenal legend Ian Wright has revealed his most difficult game while he was a professional footballer and it’s not the North London Derby. The ex-Arsenal, Crystal Palace and Celtic striker was asked about his most difficult match on the Ben Foster Podcast known as Fozcast. Ben Foster is the first choice goalkeeper at Watford. In his response, Ian Wright said that he was frightened by the Old Firm Derby atmosphere when he faced Rangers in the colours of Celtic. According to him, the atmosphere was very hostile at Ibrox, the home of Rangers.
Celtic have been consistently inconsistent in the opening weeks of the new Scottish Premiership and things would have to improve rapidly if they want to wrestle the league title from grasp of arch rivals Rangers. Celtic had won nine straight league titles in the Scottish top flight and were favourites to win an unprecedented tenth title in a row before Liverpool legend Steven Gerrard and his Rangers players put a stop to that quest by winning the Scottish Premiership title last season.
Scottish Premiership giants, Celtic Football Club look like they are insistent on making a raid on English Premier League giants Manchester United this summer. Celtic are on a mission to retrieve the Scottish Premiership title from last season’s champions Glasgow Rangers and they are trying to make sure that they enrich their squad with enough depth that will help them in their bid to emerge as the champions from this new season. Their star striker Odsonne Edouard was said to be linked with a move away from the club, with Arsenal being named as one of his most likely destinations but it does not look like that will be happening anymore.
Two weeks ago, the Athletic reported that Celtic were keen on taking attacker Daniel James on loan from the Red Devils this summer but nothing else has been mentioned about the deal ever since. Leeds United were also said to be among the clubs in the race to sign James on loan but it looks as though United do not want to let the Wales international star out of their sights either temporarily or permanently at least for the time being. Continue reading “AFTER JAMES, CELTIC INQUIRE ABOUT TAKING ELANGA ON LOAN”
Scottish Premiership giants Celtic are closing in on the signing of young Croatian defender Mario Vuskovic according to the report from SportskeNovosti. It was revealed that the transfer could be confirmed as early as this week.
New Celtic boss Ange Postecoglouhas resumed work officially and his immediate target is to bolster his squad ahead of the new Scottish Premiership season which starts at the end of July. With the former Australian national team manager now confirmed as the new Celtic boss, incomings and outgoings are expected at the club in the coming weeks. Continue reading “CELTIC SET TO SIGN YOUNG DEFENDER”
Former Bournemouth manager Eddie Howe is on the radar of Premier League club Crystal Palace according to Sky Sports. It was reported that Celtic target Howe is one of the managers being considered for the Palace job.
South Londoners Crystal Palace are in the hunt for a new manager following the announcement that current boss Roy Hodgson will leave the role when his contract expires this summer. Experienced manager Hodgson has been at the club for over three years. He has led Palace to mid-table in each of the last three seasons and the club has decided to move in a new direction ahead of next season. Continue reading “CELTIC TARGET ON PALACE RADAR”