Celtic Christmas ad out 10am tomorrow, Broony’s Welcome Back message for Griffiths

CELTIC will release their eagerly awaited Christmas advertisement video tomorrow morning at 10am. The previous Christmas ads have been huge successes for the club and indeed have won various awards for the club’s creative Marketing team.

Here are a few images from this year’s very special Christmas ad from Celtic…

The club has just released this teaser in social media ahead of tomorrow morning’s 10am launch.

Meanwhile skipper Scott Brown has been speaking about the welcome return of Leigh Griffiths to match ready fitness after he bagged a couple of goals and set up another in the 6-0 win over Stenhousemuir, highlights below.

Broony had his DVD launch event this evening and Neil Lennon was among the guests who spoke at the the sold out event in honour of the Celtic captain, who admitted that he might yet consider an International return if Scotland get the the Euros and Steve Clarke feels he could do with Broony’s experience. He also called for an extension to the international break for the Play-offs in March!

“It would be a great boost for Scotland and for us, too,” Brown said earlier today, as reported by Evening Times.

“We need Leigh back fit as a fiddle, working hard, scoring goals and doing what he does best.

“When he played for Scotland he was incredible, the way he played against England and scored those two free-kicks.

“It wasn’t just about the free-kicks though, it was about controlling two centre-halves.

“If we can get Leigh Griffiths back to that fitness levels, we know what his left foot can do anyway, he’ll put the ball in the back of the net.

“It’s about making sure he’s as fit as he possibly can be to get back into our team.”

Highlights from Celtic’s 6-0 victory over Stenhousemuir at Lennoxtown yesterday afternoon are now available to view, see below.

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