Juranovic, ‘Jota’s wee cool swagger’ – best moments from Trophy Day celebrations

“I’ve got my baby back,” says a delighted Callum McGregor as he walks past holding the Scottish Premiership trophy close to his chest. Celtic’s TV’s last Unique Angle of the season for the Champions is simply unmissable. Jota, Kyogo, Juranovic are all brilliant, big Cameron dancing away in the dressing room – surely he’ll want more, much more of this?

Tom Rogic and Nir Bitton leave after each player contributed near on a decade of tremendous service to the club and both are rightly regarded as Celtic legends. They take with them their 30 medals and the thanks and love of the Celtic support. What a day Celtic stage managed perfectly for both, fitting and well deserved tributes.

When his own playing career comes to an end perhaps Josip Juranovic should consider getting involved in the agency game. He took the opportunity, as you’ll see, to have a word with Jota’s family on the pitch at Paradise to try to push the deal over the line. What a man. Ange Postecoglou incidentally said yesterday that there’s a cut-off point for the negotiations which he’d put off until the end of the season to focus on winning the league and he expects an outcome pretty soon.

“I wouldn’t expect it to drag on for too long. There is an end date for these things and hopefully it’s a conclusion that we are all happy with,” Ange said, as reported by Daily Record.

If you had a tear in your eye at the weekend this is sure to set you off all over again.


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