Celtic manager Brendan Rodgers keeps avoiding the link to Liverpool legend Steven Gerrard.
There have been speculations that Gerrard would move to Celtic after the midfielder confirmed that he would exit Los Angeles Galaxy after his current deal. Rodgers and Gerrard worked together for three years at Anfield. As a return to Liverpool is not on the table, the next natural link was rejoining Rodgers if the player did not want to hang up his boots just yet.
Aside Celtic, bookies say Newcastle also stand a chance of luring the ex Three Lions player as they fight for a promotion to top flight English football.
“I never speculate or speak about players coming into the club. I never have done and don’t intend to start now – that will always remain private. The only thing I would say with regards to Steven, has been an incredible player. I had him for a number of years at Liverpool and he was absolutely brilliant with me,” Rodgers said.
Rodgers spoke of the warm reception when he took over at the Merseyside. He refused to comment if Gerrard would move to the Scottish Premier League. Continue reading RODGERS AVOIDS GERRARD LINK
The Scottish club Celtic FC forms part of an exclusive group of teams that have managed to collect the treble which is an incredibly difficult thing to accomplish and it’s why only a few clubs have sealed this accomplishment of winning 3 big pieces of silverware in the same season.
Ronny Deilawants to mark his name in the history-books of Celtic FC and the way that he is hoping to accomplish this task is by lifting the treble. One of Celtic’s latest results saw them playing against Stranraer and claiming a 3-0 triumph.
The last time that Celtic FC secured the treble, they had also defeated Stranrarer in that same season and Ronny Deila is hoping that history will repeat as the Norwegian manager wants to see his team making a memorable year which can indeed occur but only if they win all their upcoming competitions.
Celtic’s Ronny Deila spoke about his desire to ensure the treble as he told the media: “Yes, I actually am quite superstitious. I have my things that I do but I won’t tell you what they are!
“Someone told me before the game that the last time Celtic won a Treble they had a victory over Stranraer and so I hope it is a good sign for us. I hope so. We have our goals and they are high goals and we know how tough it is because so few teams have done it but that will not stop us from aiming for a Treble. We are still in it and we will fight for every game and then see where we are. For me, I just want to find a way to the final. Continue reading Celtic’s Ronny Deila is hoping that history repeats itself