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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.
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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.
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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.
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CELTIC TO END SEASON IN STYLE

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.

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.
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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.

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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.

Rodgers Praises Resilience of Celtic After Narrow Win over Partick Thistle

Brendan Rodgers says that the 1-0 win over Partick Thistle demonstrated his team's incredible resilience.


Celtic extended their winning streak to 12 matches after this narrow win. The table leaders were expected to get a comfortable victory considering that the opposition have been down near the bottom of the table since the start of the campaign.
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Rodgers Rebuilding Reputation with Celtic Success

Following a turbulent three-year spell on Merseyside with Liverpool, Northern Irishman Brendan Rodgers has been swiftly rebuilding his managerial career on Glasgow soil with Scottish champions Celtic. The now 43-year-old coach endured a shaky start to proceedings at Parkhead, with many fans instantly questioning his suitability to the job, but he has proved any early doubters wrong.

Despite further European misery for the club in the Champions League, having finished bottom of their tough Group C behind Barcelona, Manchester City and Borussia Monchengladbach, Rodgers has steered the Hoops strongly towards domestic dominance.

Rodgers Wants Celtic to Reinvest Champions League Money into the Squad

Brendan Rodgers wants Celtic to invest much of the £ 30 million that they are set to receive from the Champions League in the squad so as to build for the future.


Rodgers was appointed as the Celtic boss in the summer in order to replace Ronny Deila. His predecessor was largely judged upon the lack of success in European competitions. It is clear that Rodgers will not be judged upon his record in the Premier League, even after the return of Rangers to the top division, and the Champions League is what matters the most for the Scottish outfit.
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