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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.

Brendan Rodgers Unsure of Staying at Celtic for Long

Brendan Rodgers refused to commit his long-term future with Celtic by saying that he does not know when he would leave the club.

The arrival of the northern Irishman has coincided with a brilliant spell at Celtic. The club has dropped only four points in the league so far this season. They have been able to break numerous records along the way. Celtic are now on an unbeaten run that stretches to 28 games in the domestic competition. Even though they have suffered the European exit, Celtic were not expected to make much of an impact especially considering that they were drawn in the same group containing the likes of Barcelona and Manchester City.


Time to Focus on Moussa Dembele

It is official: Celtic have been crowned Scottish Premiership champions for the sixth year in a row. Brendan Rodgers’ men thrashed Hearts 5-0 to secure another Scottish title with eight league games remaining and attention will now turn to the future of talented youngster Moussa Dembele.

Dembele is one of Europe’s hottest young prospects and he is only going to get better as he gains more experience. At just 20 years old, he has the potential to blossom into one of the best players on the planet and the likes of Barcelona, Chelsea and Bayern Munich have been linked with a move for the Celtic star this summer.


Scottish champions Celtic have been undefeated this term and they are set to break the continent’s all-time record of 29 straight league victories – that was set by Portuguese side Benfica in 1972.

The Hoops are set to face rivals Rangers on Sunday. If Brendan Rodger and his boys win the game, they would equal Malmo’s 23-game streak set in the 1949/50 season.

Brendan Rodgers Calls for New Pitch at Celtic Park

Celtic managed yet another victory in the league after a 2-0 success over Motherwell.


Can Brendan Rodgers Keep Dembele and Gordon at Parkhead?

The January transfer window is over and Celtic boss Brendan Rodgers has done a terrific job in keeping Moussa Dembele and Craig Gordon from Chelsea’s clutches for the rest of the campaign. Celtic have been dominant this season and the Bhoys have built up a solid 27-point lead at the top of the Scottish Premiership table with just 14 matches remaining.

Dembele is the poster boy of French football but he could be set for a successful future at Celtic Park if Rodgers can convince him that this is the best place for his development. The 20-year-old has been simply sublime this season; netting 23 goals in 39 appearances as well as setting up four more for his teammates.

His hat-trick goal in Celtic’s recent 5-2 victory over St Johnstone was phenomenal. To be fair, the build-up play was outstanding and his peers deserve plenty of credit for their intricacy in the box. Incredibly, this was Dembele’s second hat-trick of the season; who could forget his treble in the 5-1 thrashing of Rangers at Celtic Park back in September?

Can Brendan Rodgers Keep Dembele and Gordon at Parkhead?