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Sport Gordon reveals no hard feelings towards critic Chris Sutton

17:25  08 january  2018
17:25  08 january  2018 Source:   readsport.co

Gordon insists Celtic will win if they are at their best

  Gordon insists Celtic will win if they are at their best Celtic goalkeeper Craig Gordon has insisted that his side are guaranteed to beat Rangers if they play their best, regardless of how well Rangers play. Gordon believes that a below-par performance from the Hoops allowed Rangers to take a point in their last visit to Parkhead back in March. On that day, Graeme Murty took charge as caretaker manager for the Ibrox club. Now permanent manager, Murty will be hoping to at least replicate his success again when the two clubs face off in the Old Firm derby tomorrow. But Gordon has no doubt that his team have more than enough to beat whatever Rangers put out. He said; “We know it will be a battle, that Rangers will come out and try to make a few tackles because it’s a derby game and they have to do that.” “We have to be ready for that and stand up to it. But at the same time, we have to stay calm and play the type of football we know. If we do play how we can, then we will win the match.” “We didn’t play particularly well in the game in March and Rangers did. It shows that on any given day, you can go close to losing to anyone. We didn’t play to our standards and we nearly got caught out. We probably didn’t deserve any more than a draw out of that game.” “It’s a reminder of what can happen if we drop a level. But we know that if we play to the best of our ability, we will win.” Celtic will take on Rangers at Paradise tomorrow morning, with the away side looking to close the three point gap on Aberdeen in second place.

Celtic goalkeeper Craig Gordon has revealed that there is no hard feelings anymore between himself and pundit Chris Sutton , who was critical of the Scottish keeper earlier in the season, according to a report on the Daily Record

Christine is ready to prove herself on the show, which premieres Monday (9 p.m. ET) on Fox. "It's hard to see ingredients," she says. "Joe, Gordon and Graham didn't treat me any differently," she says. "They told me what was wrong and right with my dish.

Celtic goalkeeper Craig Gordon has revealed that there is no hard feelings anymore between himself and pundit Chris Sutton, who was critical of the Scottish keeper earlier in the season, according to a report on the Daily Record.

Sutton was openly critical of some of the performances of Gordon for Celtic but the shot-stopper has revealed that after meeting the pundit face to face, they have no hard feelings.

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The goalkeeper believes that ex-Celtic player Sutton was right to highlight some of his errors and used it as motivation to improve.

Pope: No rivalry with Heaton

  Pope: No rivalry with Heaton Nick Pope insists there will be no hard feelings with fellow Burnley goalkeeper Tom Heaton as the skipper returns to fitness. Heaton has been sidelined since September with a shoulder injury and in his absence, Pope has produced eight clean sheets in 17 Premier League appearances.However, with Heaton set to return in the New Year, Clarets manager Sean Dyche will face a difficult selection decision.Yet Pope insists there will be no hard feelings between the two team-mates despite the competition for the No 1 jersey."It's a competition, like you would have at every club, but we have a great goalie group.

CRAIG GORDON has listened to Chris Sutton slaughtering him for YEARS on BT Sport. Chris Sutton was also caught up in war of words with Rangers boss Pedro Caixinha recently. “He missed that day to day interaction of being involved. It’s hard for some people to give up.

Nick Blackwell's eye injury during his fight with Chris Eubank Jnr ( Rex ). “Charles Martin is not the ideal opponent for Anthony but it is the gateway towards Anthony becoming a world star and very rich." "Haven't heard anything back from you or your team. I hope there's no hard feelings ."

“I’m not confrontational. I don’t go looking for trouble or anything. I wouldn’t have said anything towards him and, yeah, he was perfectly pleasant.”

“I’m not saying he is 100 per cent wrong. Some of the things he said were right. I just think it was a little bit over the top at that time. At that moment in time I felt it was unfair. He has been pretty fair since and if there has been something he has commented on it has been right.”

Celtic’s number one believes that his side can prove many of their doubters wrong in the second half of the season after a wobbly end to the first half of the campaign.

The Hoops lost their 69 match domestic unbeaten run to Hearts in a thumping 4-0 defeat, but have reacted well during the busy Christmas schedule, with the players currently away now on some warm weather training in Dubai.

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Gordon Hayward injury update: Video shows Celtics F draining shots in empty gym .
Robyn Hayward posted a short video to Instagram late Sunday of Hayward inside an empty gym knocking down 3-pointers.Robyn Hayward posted a short video to Instagram late Sunday of Hayward inside an empty gym knocking down 3-pointers from the top of the key.

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