Sport Celtic squad revealed as Neil Lennon ponders striking options to blast past Sarajevo
Sir Paul McCartney looks back 'like a fan' on first time he met John Lennon
Sir Paul McCartney has opened up about the first time he met Beatles bandmate John Lennon, admitting he looks back “like a fan”. The 78-year-old singer spoke to Lennon’s son Sean Ono Lennon, 44, and widow Yoko Ono, 87,for a new BBC Radio 2 documentary commemorating John Lennon At 80. McCartney recounts the day on July 6 1957 when he was introduced to Lennon, then aged 16, in Liverpool. He said: “I look back on it now like a fan, how lucky was I to meet this strange teddy boy off the bus, who played music like I did and we get together and boy, we complemented each other!” © Provided by Yahoo! Entertainment UK LONDON, ENGLAND - DECEMBER 16: Sir Paul McCartney performs live on s
Celtic head for Bosnia to face Sarajevo in theplay-off in good form on the back of six domestic wins on the spin.
They may have scraped through their last qualifier against Riga but there were signs at the weekend against Hibs that things are beginning to click for the Hoops.
And they are boosted by the return of defenderafter recovering from a back injury.
Colourisation artist brings to life snaps of the Beatles in early 60s
The stunning images feature drummer Pete Best, who would later be replaced by Ringo Starr, as well as original bass guitarist Stuart Sutcliffe, who left the band to pursue his career as a painter.The enchanting images show the Fab Four when they were in fact a fivesome, performing at clubs in Hamburg and Taunton's Wyvern Social Club.
Strikerwill miss out with a hamstring injury picked up scoring in the 3-0 Premiership win over Hibernian at the weekend.
While the five goal Swiss striker will be a loss,is approaching full fitness and would offer a proven striking alternative should Neil Lennon deem him fit enough to take part.
Winger James Forrest misses out again with an ankle injury which has kept him out of the Scotland squad for their upcoming triple-header and will also rule him out of the Old Firm game against Rangers next month.
Barkas, Jullien, Taylor, Brown, Christie, Ntcham, Ajer, McGregor, Elhamed, Edouard, Bain, Bitton, Duffy, Klimala, Turnbull, Elyounoussi, Soro, Frimpong, Griffiths.
Four Championship clubs keen on loan move for Wilson .
Harry Wilson is the subject of interest from four different Championship clubs, according to the Telegraph‘s John Percy on Twitter. The Welshman is out of favour at Liverpool and there is still time for him to secure an exit before Friday’s EFL transfer deadline. Percy reports that Derby County, Nottingham Forest, Cardiff City and Norwich City are all keen on a loan move for Wilson. The 23-year-old has already enjoyed a productive spell at Derby back in 2018/19, scoring 18 times in all competitions.