Today is the final game of a very successful league campaign. We also have the trophy presentation so it is going to be a very special day.
The atmosphere in the ground will as always on these occasions be electric, will the players put on as good a display on the park?
Celtic are worthy Champions that is in no doubt. We have won 31 games and scored an impressive 109 goals. We are by far the best side in the country. We’ve provided the goods when it mattered, that’s why we’re Champions.
The last few games have of course made for depressing viewing, but we can just put that down to the players downing tools with the title already in the bag. History won’t recognise such a blip, it only records winners. The small matter of a Scottish Cup Final on the horizon will have also been fresh in the mind.
That’s what makes today even more so important, we should be looking to put in a strong performance not just to sign off the league campaign in style, but to give us a boost as we head to Hampden next week aiming to clinch a record breaking eighth domestic treble.
I can see Ange go with his strongest XI, today the one we will most likely see start at Hampden against Inverness Caley Thistle. Hopefully they perform to the level we know they can and get a positive result and of course avoid picking up any injuries.
🗣️ “There's no better feeling in the world for a footballer to go and win the league and lift that trophy above your head.”
— Celtic TV (@CelticTV) May 27, 2023
The supporters deserve to see a positive performance as it will give us all a confidence booster going into next week. It looks like being a Perfect Day, the sun is shining, the Green Brigade’s stadium display is good to go, the Trophy is all set to be raised above the heads of Callum McGregor and Ange Postecoglou and the street party has been ‘planned’ for afterwards (if you are going along to that bring black bags for your litter and annoy the hacks who want a story).
Three points today Bhoys, then we have not one but two Scottish Cup Finals to play in the next week. Tomorrow Fran Alonsos Celtic side plays theRangers in the Women’s Scottish Cup Final then next Saturday the season concludes with the Scottish Cup Final against Inverness at Hampden with the Treble the goal for the Bhoys.
Enjoy your day everyone!
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Wherever you’re partying today please dispose of your litter responsibly, we’ll have large bins on the approach to the stadium in Whitby St and around Celtic Park 🥳🍾🍀🏆 pic.twitter.com/fPiLqGsvgG
— Celtic FC SLO (@CelticFCSLO) May 27, 2023
27th May 2017, Celtic beat Aberdeen 2:1 to win the Treble and complete the domestic season Invincible.
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