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Lennon and Ntcham clear the air over wantaway Celtic comments
Celtic manager Neil Lennon has cleared the air with Olivier Ntcham after the French midfielder appeared to express a desire to leave the club.
Lennon last week declared his dissatisfaction with an interview Ntcham gave to L’Equipe which appeared in Scotland following its translation.
Ntcham was quoted as being disappointed that a move to Porto did not materialise last summer and spoke of being flattered by speculation linking him with Marseille, while claiming Scottish football was not testing enough.
The France Under-21 international was back at Lennoxtown on Monday after being given extra time off following international exploits and has spoken with Lennon about the comments.
The Celtic boss said: “He was disappointed with the way it came across, that wasn’t his...
We may no longer have state leader George Weah as a follower but somehow on our trip to Sarajevo we managed to pick up the president of Albania
Although he wasn't in attendance at the Stadion Asim Ferhatović Hase on Tuesday night, President Meta was in Bosnia for diplomatic purposes and bumped into a group of Celtic fans after hearing them singing songs in the Bosnian capital.
President Meta wrote: "Good morning! This photo today is dedicated to the extraordinary Celtic fans around the world.
"This shirt is a gift from my friend Rudi Vata. After the meeting in Sarajevo, I believe in: "Once you're a Celt, you're always a Celt... Hail Hail."
The Albanian head of state then posted two shamrock emojis.
Celtic have only faced Albanian opposition once in Europe - a two-legged affair in the 1979/80 European Cup against FK Partizani, with the Hoops losing 1-0 in the Albanian capital only to triumph 4-2 on aggregate after a 4-1 win at Parkhead.
CELTIC kick off their European trail this evening (Tuesday) against Bosnia and Herzegovinian outfit FK Sarajevo in the first qualifying round of the UEFA Champions League.
Hoops new Bhoy, Boli Bolingoli, starts on the left side of defence, and lines up alongside Nir Bitton, Jozo Simunovic and Kris Ajer. Mikey Johnston retains his place in Neil Lennon’s starting XI on the left flank, with James Forrest taking his place on the opposite side.
Ryan Christie, Callum McGregor and captain Scott Brown occupy central roles, while the Scottish champions’ Treble Treble matchwinner Odsonne Edouard leads the line.
Neil Lennon’s men enter tonight’s fixture following a successful pre-season summer camp in Austria and Switzerland, and are targeting a positive first-leg result in their first competitive game of the 2019/20 campaign. The return leg of the tie takes place at Paradise next week, on Wednesday, July 17.
Kick-off at the Olympic Stadium, Sarajevo is 6:45pm (Celtic Park time). All the...
Pre-season is never the time to press the panic button but I don't entirely subscribe to the 'it's all about fitness' point of view either, especially when there is a new manager in.
I don't really mind us playing badly in the friendlies but I do like to get an idea of what it is we are trying to do. I haven't seen anything concrete yet in terms of cohesion or game plan.
Forrest has been great for us but his position is out on the right wing. I do not think he is a number 10 and this cutesy switching of wings seems to confuse nobody but ourselves yet, I really hope neither become a staple of our game plan.
We have a big game in a week. it looks as if Ralston and Hayes will be our full-backs, both of which limit our attacking efficacy. Jozo's straight red may see him miss the next game further compounding our issues. too early for the new bhoy?
Is Ntcham injured or is that his goodbye cards written already and so out of contention?
CELTIC Football Club are delighted to announce the signing of Christopher Jullien, who has joined the club on a four-year deal from Toulouse.
The highly-rated central defender moves to the Scottish Champions after three years with the French side, where he made over 100 appearances, scoring eight goals.
The 26-year-old, who began his career with Auxerre before a three-year spell with German side, SC Freiburg, will now take up a new football challenge with the Treble Treble champions.
Celtic manager Neil Lennon said: “We are absolutely delighted to bring Christopher to Celtic. He is a quality player with great attributes and we are very much looking forward to him joining the squad and working with him.
“We’ve got a squad of great quality already here at the club, who have achieved incredible success over the past few seasons, but it’s always good to add further quality to the group, and that’s what we’ve got with Christopher.
Celtic ace Leigh Griffiths has lifted the lid on his mysterious seven months out of the game as he revealed he was battling “major depression”.
The 28-year-old hailed former Hoops boss Brendan Rodgers for insisting he step away from football to recover and admitted he could have have done himself "serious harm".
Griffiths spent more than a year in the depths of despair but he is finally ready to talk. And the Celtic star wants to draw a line under a dark chapter and get his life and football career back.
The striker opened his heart on the subject and admitted he was desperate to play through the mental and physical torment but it was former boss Rodgers who ordered him to take time out – and he thanks his old gaffer for it.
Griffiths is also grateful to Rodgers’ successor Neil Lennon – who has battled his own demons – for sticking by him and...