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Ex-Bournemouth manager Eddie Howe is said to be one of the three names on the managerial shortlist at Crystal Palace. According to the publication from the stables of the Football Insider, Howe is on the three-man list alongside Burnley manager Sean Dyche and ex-Chelsea player and manager Frank Lampard.
Howe had previously been linked with the manager's job at Scottish Premiership giants Celtic and the former Cherries boss is considered the favourite for the job.


Leicester City manager Brendan Rodgers has disclosed his captain choice for Scottish giants Celtic ahead of next season. Celtic will needa new captain with the imminent exit of Scott Brown. Scotland international Brown has agreed a deal with fellow Scottish Premiership team Aberdeen ahead of the new season.

Celtic Starlet Odsonne Edouard Gets Called Up To France Under-21 Squad

The Euros 2021 competition is coming closer and closer and countries have started major preparations for the tournament by creating a list of, and calling up players who have been deemed fit and good enough to represent their respective national football teams, from the Under-18 level up to the senior team level. Different countries' football federations have already released a list of players who have earned call-ups and France have joined the growing list.


Rangers legend Stuart McCall has revealed that the only number valid at Rangers is 55 as the Scottish Premiership leaders close in on league title number 55 this season at the expense of Old Firm rivals Celtic. Stuart McCall talked about Rangers, Celtic and the Scottish Premiership on Sky Sports at the weekend. Stuart McCall reiterated how strong Rangers have been at home this season under manager Steven Gerrard, who's gradually attaining legendary status at the club. Liverpool legend Steven Gerrard has been able to transform the fortunes of Rangers since his appointment some seasons ago.


Scottish champions Celtic are reportedly keeping tabs on Aston Villa youngster Tyreik Wright. The winger has been impressive for English League Two team Walsallsince joining them last month. Apart from Celtic, Merseyside giants Everton are also monitoring his development at Aston Villa. Tyreik Wright, 19, is a left-footed winger with a lot of pace to burn. The interest of Celtic and Everton in his services was confirmed by the Daily Mail.He could leave Aston Villa on a free transfer as his contract ends in a few months’ time. Aston Villa would certainly want to give him a new contract to prevent the winger from walking away from the club for free.

Tyreik Wright was signed by Aston Villa from Irish club Lakewood and he has progressed well in the club's academy. He was loaned out to Walsall in January and he has started well in what's his first taste of senior team football. The Aston Villa loanee has set up goal in each of his first two appearances for Walsall and his quality has drawn praise from club manager Darrel Clarke.


Chelsea legend Frank Lampard has been linked with the managerial job at Scottish Premiership champions Celtic since he lost his job as the Blues manager. Frank Lampard was the Chelsea manager for 18 months before club owner Roman Abramovich pulled the plug on his managerial reign at the club despite his good relationship with Lampard.

Frank Lampard is a legend at the club after a distinguished playing career at Stamford Bridge. He still holds the record for the most goals scored in a Blues shirt. Frank Lampard was unable to replicate his high playing level at Chelsea when he became their manager.


Neil Lennon, the manager of Celtic Football Club, his assistant, as well as 13 players of his first team have all been forced to go into self-isolation following their move to make a controversial trip to Dubai recently. The entire team tested positive for the coronavirus upon their return from the Dubai trip and that is the reason they have been made to go into self-isolation, following the strict guidelines and protocols.

Just two days before Scotland went into lockdown due to the second wave of the virus, Lennon took his squad for a trip to Dubai and on Friday, it was reported that the United Arab Emirates carried out some tests of which 5,055 New cases were reported. The announced figure was almost double of what had been reported in Scotland some days before.


Celtic defender Christopher Jullien is a big doubt for the Scottish Premiership champions ahead of the home clash with Dundee United. Christopher Jullien is struggling with a knee injury and he's in a race to prove his fitness ahead of the Scottish Premiership clash with Dundee United at Celtic Park. He could join winger James Forrest in missing the Dundee United game. Celtic winger James Forrest will miss the Dundee United clash with an ankle problem.

Celtic have been in good form against their opponents Dundee United after winning the last six games since the defeat while Ronny Delia was in charge of the team. Dundee United beat Celtic 2-1 in December 2014 for their last victory against the Scottish champions.


Celtic manager Neil Lennon is under serious pressure to produce results for the Scottish champions as the club fans grow tired of their team's poor run both at home and abroad. The Scottish football giants have failed to win any of their last five games in all and this run has heaped misery on Neil Lennon who was in charge when Celtic won the league title last season ahead of Rangers. He is in his second spell as a Celtic manager after his four-year stay at the club in his first spell.

Neil Lennon was at the club from 2010 to 2014. Neil Lennon was appointed as the Celtic manager for the second time in 2019 as a replacement for Leicester City boss Brendan Rodgers who walked out on the club to join the Foxes midway through the 2018/19 campaign. He had previously been a player at the club long before his managerial career started. Neil Lennon spent seven years as a Celtic player between 2000 and 2007.


Napoli defender Amir Rrahmani has revealed how Scottish champions Celtic tried and failed to sign him earlier in the summer. The Kosovan centre back told Italian media portal II Martino that the Scottish Premier League giants wanted to sign him before he left Hellas Verona for Napoli.

Serie A giants Napoli paid £12.6m to sign the 26-year-old defender in January before being loaned back to Hellas Verona for the remainder of last season. He became a Verona player following his £1.89m transfer from Dinamo Zagreb of Croatia. His performances for Hellas Verona prompted the princely move to Napoli.