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Celtic v Dundee United: Ange Postecoglou urges Celtic to ‘get on with it’

Ange Postecoglou has told his players to ‘get on with it’ ahead of Celtic’s game on Sunday against Dundee United. The Celtic manager oversaw a win over Kirkcaldy side Raith Rovers last night but the Australian is already well underway with his preparations for the game against Tam Courts’ United. However, injuries have threatened these preparations given the limited options in the attacking areas for the Australian.
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Celtic boss provides update on Jota after picking up ankle knock

Celtic manager Ange Postecoglou thinks Jota will be okay going forward despite picking up an ankle knock in the win over Raith Rovers last night. Jota was hobbling a bit towards the end of the encounter against the Fife side and his ankle was strapped up post-match. However, Postecoglou is...

Ange Postecoglou admits Celtic start is one of toughest spells of his career

Celtic manager Ange Postecoglou admits he is going through one of the most challenging periods in his career. The Hoops sit sixth in the cinch Premiership after losing all three away games and Postecoglou’s injury concerns mounted further this week. But the 56-year-old believes his side will emerge strongly from...

Celtic manager Ange Postecoglou says Bayer Leverkusen return for Callum McGregor may be optimistic, and gives Kyogo Furuhashi update

ANGE POSTECOGLOU had admitted that Thursday night’s game against Bayer Leverkusen may be an ‘optimistic’ target for the return of Celtic captain Callum McGregor from injury. Postecoglou had previously suggested that his skipper may make his comeback from a hamstring problem last Sunday at Livingston, before revising his assessment later...

Celtic vs Dundee United: TV channel, live stream & kick-off

ANGE POSTECOGLOU will be hoping his side make it back-to-back wins this weekend when they take on Dundee United. Celtic coasted past Raith Rovers in the quarter-finals of the Premier Sports Cup on Thursday as they bounced back from defeat against Livingston. The Hoops need to take their high-energy performance...

McAvennie claims spell on sidelines will benefit Callum McGregor

Frank McAvennie has said that the spell on the sidelines will benefit Callum McGregor, even if Celtic miss their skipper. The Celtic captain committed his future to the club in a five-year deal but is currently out with a minor knock. However, the Centenary Final hero McAvennie told Football Insider that he thinks the spell on the sidelines will allow the central midfielder to rest up after a relentless schedule.

Celtic's disco lights theatrics fail to illuminate 'meh' performance amid bleak week - Amy Canavan

Put it this way, the only show on Thursday night at Parkhead came from the disco lights – and that’s saying something. Even the club’s media accounts are in on the joke now that undoubtedly makes almost every section of the Celtic support cringe. Well, how couldn’t they? The Lightshow setup certainly wasn’t installed to dazzle the gapping crowd prior to a tie against Raith Rovers.

Ange Postecoglou stunned at Celtic's injury luck but says "job done" against Raith Rovers - points from the presser

JOB done. That seems to be the sentiment engulfing Celtic fans after last night's 3-0 victory over Raith Rovers in the League Cup quarter-finals. Two beautiful goals from Jota and David Turnbull sandwiched a close-range Liel Abada header to put Rovers to the sword in Parkhead, with Celtic in control of the match for the full 90 minutes without ever putting their feet to the floor.
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The situation for Celtic

Friday’s soccer news starts with Cameron Carter-Vickers’s Celtic advancing in the Scottish League Cup with a 3-0 home win over Raith Rovers. Joao Filipe gave Celtic the lead in the 26th minute. Liel Abada added a goal in the 40th and David Turnbull finished off the scoring in the 47th. Raith Rovers saw red in the 59th minute. Celtic will play St Johnstone in the semifinals on November 20.