Photo: Celtic captain Callum McGregor supports mental health charity FC United

Celtic captain Callum McGregor has given his support to mental health charity FC United. The 28-year-old helped Scotland secure a vital win over Israel last night but the skipper has continued to show class off the pitch as well as on.

On World Mental Health Day, the Scotland National Team showed their support for the charity as they promote talking to save lives.


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McGregor was excellent again in the win on Saturday, he will appreciate the game time after a spell out and just two games for Celtic in the last three weeks. Ange Postecoglou will be hoping that the captain can stay injury-free for an important run of fixtures in which Celtic need to make a charge for the top of the league.

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