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Celtic manager gives update on Reo Hatate after worrying comments

Reo Hatate has had an up and down time since arriving at Celtic in the January transfer window from Kawasaki Frontale. The Japanese star enjoyed a sensational start in the Hoops but his form has faded away since then, as he has appeared to struggle in recent games. And a lot of fans were worried, after he admitted that he was feeling the effects of both physical and mental fatigue.
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Reo Hatate reveals reason why he is struggling at Celtic

Reo Hatate took the Scottish Premiership by storm after arriving at Celtic from Kawasaki Frontale in the January transfer window. His early displays for the club were absolutely brilliant and he even put in one of the all-time great Glasgow Derby debut performances, scoring twice and assisting once against the Rangers in the Hoops’ 3-0 win at Parkhead back in February. Recently though, things have not been going his way.
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Celtic manager responds to criticism of Reo Hatate

It would not be a stretch to say that Reo Hatate had one of the greatest Glasgow Derby debuts of all-time as he scored two wonderful goals and set up a third to guide Celtic to a 3-0 victory over the Rangers, their first in years. And in his first few appearances for the club, it is safe to say that the Japanese star was absolutely incredible and it looked like Ange Postecoglou had pulled off another transfer masterstroke.
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Reo Hatate the hero as Celtic reach summit by humbling tired Rangers

When Reo Hatate's race was run, the Japanese midfielder slowly made his way pitch-side at Celtic Park then turned and gently bowed to the stadium, a gesture of gratitude for the thunderous ovation he was receiving. So giddy were the home fans by that point that it wouldn't have been...
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Reo Hatate fires Celtic to the top of the table in first-half rout of Rangers

Celtic win first Old Firm game for more than two years. Japan midfielder scores twice with right-foot shots. Liel Abada exploits lax Rangers defending to grab the third. It is as well for Rangers that Steven Gerrard delivered their first Scottish title in a decade before he headed for Villa Park because, on the basis of this contest, they already look a distant second. Celtic so outplayed and outfought their arch-rivals in a first half that featured a double by Reo Hatate – another of Ange Postecoglou’s gold dust signings from Japan – plus a Liel Abada strike, that a historic humiliation looked on the cards for the Ibrox side.

Incredible Reo Hatate claim after Celtic masterclass vs Rangers

Heading into the Glasgow Derby, everybody expected a tight game and not many would have predicted Celtic to walk out of Parkhead with a dominant 3-0 victory. But that is exactly what happened. Ange Postecoglou’s side completely blew the Rangers away in the first half and could have easily scored five or six, if not for some good saves from Allan McGregor on the day.
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Reo Hatate stars as Celtic beat Old Firm rivals Rangers to go top of the table

Celtic leapfrogged Rangers to the top of the cinch Premiership with a 3-0 thumping of their Old Firm rivals at Parkhead. In a frenetic first half, Reo Hatate marked his Old Firm debut by grabbing a stunning brace with Liel Abada adding a third with a skilful flick and had it not been for Rangers keeper Allan McGregor the rampant Hoops would have inflicted more damage.
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Reo Hatate vows to continue improving after first Celtic strike

Reo Hatate admitted he was relieved to net his first Celtic goal and vowed he would keep working to improve his communication with team-mates and adapt to Scottish football. The Japanese midfielder sent Celtic on the way to a 2-1 win over Hearts at Tynecastle on Wednesday when he beat Craig Gordon with a powerful effort from 30 yards.

Celtic manager makes incredible claim about Reo Hatate

While he might not have gotten his name on the scoresheet on his Celtic debut, like Daizen Maeda did, it is safe to say that Reo Hatate’s performance in the game against Hibernian has left the fans buzzing about what is to come from the Japanese midfielder. It is safe to say that he was absolutely spectacular at Parkhead and has caught the attention of many already.

Ange Postecoglou finally clears up Celtic’s Reo Hatate mystery

One of the most interesting signings that Celtic have made in a long time is that of Reo Hatate, who has joined the club from Kawasaki Frontale, the back-to-back champions. It is not hard to see why the club decided to make a move for the Japanese star, who has been a standout for a while in the J1 League and as a result, he will be arriving at Parkhead with a lot of expectations surrounding him.
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Reo Hatate hoping Ange Postecoglou’s Celtic will help bring out best in him

New Celtic signing Reo Hatate is excited at the prospect of fitting into Ange Postecoglou’s attacking system. Hatate took part in his first training session at Lennoxtown on Friday after arriving on a four-and-a-half year contract from J-League champions Kawasaki Frontale.

Reo Hatate to Celtic transfer saga takes major twist

Celtic have been linked with Reo Hatate for quite some time now. The Hoops are a club in need of additions in January and with the Japanese footballing season coming to an end before Christmas, it might be the perfect opportunity for the club to sign players from the J1 League. In fact, there have been several rumours doing the rounds and one of them has surrounded the Kawasaki Frontale star.

Celtic have received surprising Reo Hatate transfer blow

Celtic have been linked with quite a few J1 League players in recent weeks. One of them is Kawasaki Frontale’s Reo Hatate, who has been a standout performer for a while now. The versatile Japanese star has featured regularly for the back-to-back league champions and now, it looks like he could headed to Europe to join Kyogo Furuhashi in Glasgow. There appears to be an unexpected worry regarding the potential move though.

Surprising claim emerges about Celtic’s Reo Hatate plans

The first rumours linking Reo Hatate with a move to Celtic emerged a few weeks ago and since then, they have only grown. As things stand, the Hoops are expected to make a move for the Japanese star in January and it is not hard to see why. He has been one of the standout performers in the J1 League in recent years and played a big role for back-to-back champions Kawasaki Frontale.