Celtic Fans TV – Hampden Joy but Squad Rotation needed for Fir Park

YESTERDAY was the very special for the Celtic support at Hampden and as usual this season Celtic Fans TV were outside afterwards to capture the immediate post-match comments of Celtic supporters.

“Far from a vintage Celtic performance, however in-form Ryan Christie scored the winning goal after a beautiful lofted pass from the recently stitched up Dedryck Boyata… and the memories will only be of the 7th Successive Domestic trophy in a row for the Bhoys!” the guys stated.

In yesterday’s interviews from Hampden they talk to fellow Celtic supporters about the team’s performance in the 1-0 win over Aberdeen, the remarkable achievement of winning 7 successive trophies and the candidates for Cup Final Man of the Match – has to be Ryan Christie, right? Watch the video to find out.

Thoughts were already turning to Motherwell and there is a widespread understanding that the wider squad will play a hugely significant role as Brendan Rodgers looks to navigate us through December with a trophy one (tick) and with The Bhoys top of the league and still in Europe.

It’s an absolutely massive month for Celtic and players who didn’t start yesterday – Brown, Ntcham, Griffiths, Simunovic for instance – could all be in the team for Fir Park.

Enjoy the video from Celtic Fans TV…

Also on The Celtic Star…

We’re delighted with a clean sheet and a trophy,’ Celtic defender…See HERE.

Treble Treble? For now the Celtic focus is on winning 3 points at Fir Park…See HERE.

UEFA Executive Committee approves new club competition…See HERE.

“I got a bit emotional myself,” Ryan on his mum’s tears of joy…See HERE.

Jim Craig – Beating Airdrie, happy birthday Tosh McKinlay…See HERE.

‘What an atmosphere as Celtic take the first step to a Treble Treble,’ David Potter…See HERE.

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