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Brendan Rodgers pleased with 2-2 draw against Hibernian

Celtic manager Brendan Rodgers is pleased with the 2-2 draw against Hibernian on Saturday which preserved the Hoops unbeaten run to the Scottish Premiership.

As a result, the Glasgow giants are unbeaten in 47 league games while their domestic record stretches to 58 outings.

Brendan Rodgers' side faced their fourth game in just the space of 11 days, but they managed to come back to secure the draw having been 2-1 down versus Hibernian at one stage. While their 3-0 triumph over Anderlecht could be regarded as the standout performance of the campaign, Rodgers revealed his delight at grabbing a draw in the weekend clash


Brendan Rodger reveals how Celtic missed out on permanent Patrick Roberts deal

Celtic boss Brendan Rodgers has revealed that real reason why the Hoops could not pursue Patrick Roberts on a permanent contract.

The England Under-20 international rejoined the Scottish champions on loan from Manchester City for the 2017/18 season.

Roberts, 20, made a huge impact during his stay in Glasgow as he contributed 11 goals in 47 games for Rodgers' side who went on to celebrate a domestic treble. The youngster was part of the Manchester City squad during their pre-season of the United States but fell out of the reckoning after the new season kicked off.


Brendan Rodgers wants to keep Moussa Dembele at Celtic

Celtic manager Brendan Rodgers has insisted that the club have no desire to sell French striker Moussa Dembele despite the ongoing link with Marseille.

The Ligue 1 were said to have entered talks to sign the former Fulham man but Rodgers admits that there has been no such contact with Les Phoceens.

Dembele joined the Hoops from Fulham for a mere compensation fee of £500,000 last summer, and he has since established himself as one of the hottest properties in European football. While one can argue that the Scottish league is of a lower standard, Dembele still managed to rack 32 goals across all competitions for the Glasgow club, who celebrated a domestic treble last term.


Brendan Rodgers considers Scott Brown as an all-time great

Scott Brown is a 32 year old midfielder who has been performing with Celtic FC since August of 2007 and has turned into one of the most influential figures of the Scottish club.

His impact in Celtic Park has certain been felt by everyone in the club as Scott Brown was given the captaincy armband on February of 2010 and this was mainly due to his contributions towards Celtic FC.

Rangers boss aims cheeky dig at Celtic due to lack of progress

Dave King feels Celtic should be further ahead of the Rangers despite their historic treble winning season under Brendan Rodgers last term.

The Hoops went unbeaten through the 2016/17 league campaign thus ending a clear 39 points ahead of their rivals. In spite of this, the Ibrox chairman insists that Celtic have not managed to bridge a much bigger gap as the Rangers climbed back up through the lower divisions.


Rangers FC chair Dave King and Mike Ashley have reached an agreement after nine months of negotiations on the merchandizing deal.

In the previous deal, Ashley took 93 pence for every £1 the club made from merchandizing at his Sports Direct stores.

Brendan Rodgers guides Celtic to a record breaking historic season

The 2016-17 season that has recently finalized will be remembered by the Celtic supporters, players and head chiefs of the club as the year where a manager was able to not only win the domestic league without losing a single match but it will also memorized by the fact that Celtic FC also managed to seal their national treble.

Celtic FC won the Scottish League of 2016-17 after defeating Aberdeen on November 27 and also overcame Aberdeen in the Scottish Cup from the same season.


Scottish giants Celtic are set to end their incredible run in style this season. They defeated their opponents Hearts 2-0 to maintain their incredible unbeaten run. They finished the season with 34 wins and just four draws after 38 matches under Coach Brendan Rodgers.

They secured the Scottish Premier League in style. They have already defeated Aberdeen to win the League Cup, so all that’s left for the domestic treble is next Saturday’s game against the Dons in the Scottish Cup final.


Scottish Premiership giant Celtic are already looking ahead after an impressive run this season.

They are on course for a treble and they remain focused on breaking more records before the year ends. The team has launched their kit for the next year and they are already making recruitment plans for the summer, according to reports.

Rodgers Ready for Any Challenge from Rangers in Scottish Cup Semifinals

Celtic boss Brendan Rodgers may be disappointed to see his team drop significantly from the lofty standards that they have set throughout the season.

Celtic have been going through a mediocre run of form ever since winning the Scottish Premier league title. However, the team will have to wake up soon, as they will be facing Rangers in the Scottish semifinals. This will be a key match for the team despite their success in the league title, as the old firm derby always has a huge significance in Scotland. Since Pedro Caixinha came to Rangers a few weeks, the team has been unbeaten in all competitions.