Sport John Kennedy makes two changes to Celtic team as Scott Brown starts against future employers
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Celtic made a huge howler by failing to sign John McGinn when he was a Hibs player.The enigmatic Scott Brown is set to depart this summer while Olivier Ntcham’s season has been a total disaster.
The Celtic team to face Aberdeen in the Scottish Premiership.
It’s official. The reigning champions coming into the 2020/21 Scottish Premiership season have nothing to play for with four games left in the campaign.
Unable to be caught in second, having obviously seen Rangers run away with the title, their last chance at an exciting end to the campaign went with Sunday’s Scottish Cup fourth-round defeat to their rivals at Ibrox.
Erik Sviatchenko tells Celtic board next manager 'is staring right at them' as he draws Manchester United parallel
John Kennedy remains in interim charge as his case for the role on a permanent basis could be boosted if he dumps Rangers out of the Scottish Cup next week. Eddie Howe has been in talks with the Celtic board in recent weeks but no agreement has yet been reached with the former Bournemouth manager. And former Celtic star Sviatchenko has told the club's hierarchy there is no time to waste in their bid to unseat a Rangers side who raced to the earliest title in Scottish football history this season. Speaking to the Sunday Post, the Midtjylland star said: “I keep an eye on what’s going at Celtic.
The decision now for interim boss John Kennedy is whether to make wholesale changes or to stick with the best side available to try and end the season on something of a positive note.
First up is Aberdeen at Pittodrie. The Dons have been in poor form of late but got a boost last weekend in Stephen Glass’ first match in charge with a penalty shoot-out win over Livingston.
The Celtic subs bench for this game is: Hazard, Soro, Griffiths, Murray, Rogic, Montgomery, Laxalt, Dembele, Ralston
And the starting XI is...
Celtic keep or sell as every squad member is put under the microscope ahead of next season
The Hoops will undergo drastic surgery in the summer - but which players should be retained by the Parkhead hierarchy? Following the 6-0 thrashing of Livingston on Saturday, interim boss John Kennedy insisted the Hoops remained the best side in the country, despite trailing bitter rivals Rangers by a whopping 20 points.
Who will win Rangers vs Celtic? Our writers make their predictions for the final derby of the season .
Here's how the top team at Record Sport reckon the action will unfold on Sunday. It's a chance for Rangers to retain their unbeaten league record with just three matches to go and Steven Gerrard will be eyeing that unique slice of Scottish footballing history.