CCV’s home improvements clue, “Carter-Vickers in Bearsden? Not the first time”

If you were looking for confirmation of Cameron Carter-Vickers signing on at Celtic, then look no further. This brilliant find, posted by Stand For Celtic on social media, is perhaps the definitive answer as to whether our on-loan Spurs defender is about to make his switch from North London to the east end of Glasgow a permanent arrangement.

And extra kudos to Gerry Bhoy for this reply to Stand For Celtic’s post. Genius!

Both deals for Carter-Vickers and Jota are certainly sounding like they are nearing completion now. As Lubo98 informed us on the late shift last night Jota’s representatives are due to meet with Celtic with a view to completing a £6.5m move to the Hoops, and yesterday it was Cameron Carter-Vickers receiving the column inches as it was reported the USA international had agreed personal terms with Celtic and now the club had until 15 June to reach agreement with Spurs.

With Daizen Maeda already confirmed as making his loan move a permanent arrangement from former club Yokohama Marinos, and the player attending his former club’s game with Kyoto Sanga today to receive his big send-off, it could well be a triple unveiling will be the order of the day in the very near future as Celtic’s recruitment plans for next season get into full swing.

(Photo by Ian MacNicol/Getty Images)

And if Maeda and Jota need a discount on floor tiles, it may well be Cameron Carter-Vickers is just the man to ask!

Niall J

Twice as Good and Tom Rogic Invincible t-shirts have arrived at The Celtic Star HQ this morning and will be posted out today along with copies of the Harry Hood biography or the story of the Invincible season. These t-shirts are NOT going on sale, instead they come FREE when you order a copy of the relevant book from Celtic Star Books, link below. Choose from Invincible – The Story of that remarkable 2016/17 season or Harry Hood – Twice as Good, the official biography of the Celtic legend. 


You want one of these? It’s completely FREE when you purchase INVINCIBLE or TWICE AS GOOD* from Celtic Star Books website, just click on the t-shirt below to order your copy and when you do select the BOOK you want then add the T-SHIRT SIZE you require from small, medium, large, XL or XXL, adding that after your name so we’ll know which size to send you…

*£1 from every copy of Twice as Good will be donated to Marie Curie in memory of Harry Hood and in line with the wishes of the Hood family.

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The Celtic Star founder and editor David Faulds has edited numerous Celtic books over the past decade or so including several from Lisbon Lions, Willie Wallace, Tommy Gemmell and Jim Craig. Earliest Celtic memories include a win over East Fife at Celtic Park and the 4-1 League Cup loss to Partick Thistle as a 6 year old. Best game? Easy 4-2, 1979 when Ten Men Won the League. Email

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