Video: ‘Big Tam Rogic could open a can of spaghetti hoops with that left foot’

WE have been covering Celtic Fans TV every step of the way on The Celtic Star and now that Celtic are back playing fast flowing, skilful and exciting football again, it’s great to see the mood improve in the interviews that the guys carry out just after the final whistle.

Here’s how things went yesterday as Celtic Fans TV provide reaction from Celtic Park after Celtic’s 4-2 win over Hibs.

“A thrilling game of football was won by the Hoops who picked where we left off against St. Johnstone, creating numerous chances and scoring 4 lovely goals. Hibs rallied in the 2nd half due to a slight lull from Celtic but we responded each time and on another we could’ve had 6 or 7.

“Today we talked about:

– Goals galore and woodwork woes
– Scott Brown’s injury with a view to Thursday
– Predictions for Leipzig
– Man of the Match.”

“Big Tam Rogic could open a can of spaghetti hoops with that left foot,” noted one supporter in the comments section. He could be right.

Also on The Celtic Star this morning…and reading a few of these stories really does make a difference to the success of this site…

Video: Rodgers, Rogic and Jamesy “yeah no, as I said” Forrest…See HERE.

Bitter Hearts: ‘Aye, Albert Kidd, they still remember you!’ David Potter…See HERE.

Incidentally the link above will give you the chance to try David Potter’s brilliant Celtic in the League Cup quiz – 17 multiple choice questions about our 17 triumphs in the competition. Have a go!

Jim Craig – Wispy scored Celtic’s fastest ever European goal in Dublin…See HERE.

And from post match yesterday evening…

‘On this form we should have a go at beating Leipzig,’ David Potter…See HERE.

‘We entertained the people today,” Rodgers…See HERE.

Sensational Celtic overwhelm adventurous Hibs…See HERE.

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The Celtic Star founder and editor David Faulds has edited numerous Celtic books over the past decade or so including several from Lisbon Lions, Willie Wallace, Tommy Gemmell and Jim Craig. Earliest Celtic memories include a win over East Fife at Celtic Park and the 4-1 League Cup loss to Partick Thistle as a 6 year old. Best game? Easy 4-2, 1979 when Ten Men Won the League. Email

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