Celtic manager Brendan Rodgers knows what it means to incur the wrath of supporters in Scotland, receiving an unwanted reminder in recent days.
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Celtic manager Brendan Rodgers owes loanee striker Adam Idah for keeping the ship afloat—at least for now. Read more in this week’s Full Scottish.
Over the past decade and a half, under managers Neil Lennon I, Ronny Deila, Brendan Rodgers I, Lennon II and, now, Rodgers II, Celtic have left their transfer business in January until late in the month, and seemingly only filled part of their shopping list. It’s Groundhog Day in the United States as we write
Things haven’t gone according to plan during this transfer window for several of Scotland’s big clubs, as Brian P. Dunleavy explains here.
With the exception of the two winter windows under Ange Postecoglou, Celtic have waited until late in the month to close the deal on any incoming signings.
New Ross County manager Derek Adams sure has had a lot to say about the ‘shocking’ state of the game since his return to Scottish football in late November.
Last weekend, Celtic fans, whose side were at the top of the table and fresh off a domestic treble-winning campaign in 2022-23 were singing, “Sack the board.”