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Sport Rogic adamant that Rodgers won't let levels slip

01:15  11 august  2018
01:15  11 august  2018 Source:   readsport.co

Celtic player ratings: Livingston (H)

  Celtic player ratings: Livingston (H) Celtic got their season off to a flying start when they beat Livingston 3-1 at home. Brendan Rodgers may have been frustrated by the club’s transfer business throughout the summer, but the start to their title defence could not have gone much better. First-half goals from Tom Rogic and Odsonne Edouard put the Hoops in control before Olivier Ntcham scored a third. Livingston pulled a goal back late on, but the result was never in doubt. Here is how we rated the Hoops. 1/13 SLIDES © Ian MacNicol/Getty Images Sport Celtic player ratings: Livingston (H) Celtic got their season off to a flying start when they beat Livingston 3-1 at home.

And if you ask me how I'm feeling Don' t tell me you're too blind to see. Never gonna give you up Never gonna let you down Never gonna run around and desert you Never gonna make you cry Never gonna say goodbye Never gonna tell a lie and hurt you.

Tim Rogers & The Fellas - Change Audio CD Release Date: April 28, 2009 The Fellas, in his early twenties, from the small town of Blytheville, Arkansas.

Celtic attacker Tom Rogic has attributed the club’s success to manager Brendan Rodgers determination to push his players and get the best from them.

Since the Northern Ireland coach arrived at Parkhead, Celtic have won consecutive domestic trebles, and have been tipped to achieve the highly coveted and unprecedented ‘treble treble’ this year.

Earlier this week, Rodgers was reported to have said, ‘being comfortable is the enemy of progress’, and Rogic is adamant that both him and his teammates concur with their coach.

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Talking to Sky Sports News, as reported by Sports Mole, Rogic said:

Bookmakers pay out on Celtic's title win after just one game

  Bookmakers pay out on Celtic's title win after just one game Celtic got their title defence off to a brilliant start with a 3-1 victory over Livingston on Saturday and some bookmakers have already seen enough. Following Rangers’ 1-1 draw with fellow title rivals Aberdeen, Paddy Power began to pay out bets for Celtic to clinch another league title. James Tavernier had put Rangers in front with a first-half goal before Aberdeen equalised in the dying moments of the game, something that prompted quite the reaction from Steven Gerrard. Celtic on the other hand, got off to a flying start with a stylish victory on Saturday. Goals from Tom Rogic, Odsonne Edouard and Olivier Ntcham gave the Hoops all three points. Rogic picked up where he left off from last season with a brilliant performance at Parkhead. While it is way too early to tell if the Bhoys will defend their title and secure an eighth consecutive trophy, Brendan Rodgers’ side are certainly the favourites once again.

That mini-tantrum on the Tynecastle touchline left the 72-times-capped Scotland star sure Rodgers won ’ t let standards slip on the home straight as he aims to ‘It comes from the manager bringing in quality players, but it also comes from getting players to perform at a higher level that they had been at.

The England captain is his own worst critic but will not allow Liverpool's disappointment to affect his World Cup, according to his manager.

“That’s how the manager works. He’s challenging the players every day to become better, he certainly doesn’t let anyone rest on what they may have achieved last season or the years before that.”

“He’s intense to work under, he’s always challenging the players to become better and better and I think that’s a major part of our success over the past couple of years.”

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