Celtic’s Twitter Admin posts cryptic dig after Rangers lose at Ibrox

The Celtic FC Official Twitter Admin have wasted no time in getting a dig in on Rangers after their 3-1 defeat at Ibrox against Aberdeen. The Dons, managed by former Celtic midfielder Barry Robson, were worthy winners on a potentially crucial day in the title race in Scotland.

As Rangers fans headed to Ibrox for the game, they will have heard that Celtic were sitting at 0-0. Luis Palma thought he’d won the game after a fizzing cross found its way goal wards. Then, Blair Spittal thought he had secured a point for Stuart Kettlewell’s team with a tidy finish. The Rangers fans would have been relishing the chance to then put pressure on Celtic by picking up a win.

Whilst many teams might have let their heads drop after this, Celtic did not. Brendan Rodgers’ team had a minute of magic left with Greg Taylor picking out O’Riley as he entered the box. The Great Dane finished well, high into the net, to secure the win. Then, Michael Beale’s team were beaten and St Mirren drew away to Killie.

Now, as we enter October, Rangers are seven points behind Celtic in third place while St Mirren are second four points behind.

Meanwhile Thursday 19 October is going to be a very special day for The Celtic Star so please save the date…

John Hartson will be The Celtic Star’s guest of honour as we celebrate the launch of Matt Corr’s new book Majic, Stan and the King of Japan on Thursday 19th October at the Kerrydale Suite at Celtic Park. More information on the night and ticket details to follow…. Majic, Stan and the King of Japan tells the story of Gordon Strachan’s first dramatic and ultimately highly successful first season as Celtic manager and it was of course Big Bad John who scored the goal that won the league! (Photo by Chris Lee/Getty Images)

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