Celtic's lack of a striker against Rosenborg was painfully obvious but I don’t go along with this easy notion Brendan Rodgers should have just brought another one in. Listen, I undertand why so many people are questioning him going in to the campaign with just two front men. I can see the point in having more men available as back-up. But the reality of the situation is that it’s far more difficult than it sounds.
The Green Brigade can’t say they were not warned and now they can’t complain at Peter Lawwell taking such swift and strong action. Maybe now the penny will drop. True supporters are not hellbent on hurting their club yet that is exactly what the Green Brigade have been doing over and over again. Celtic have had enough. Lawwell has to be commended for the decision.
It's been a fairly quiet summer for Celtic so far on the transfer front but the arrival of Olivier Ntcham is certainly a statement of intent. It could also be a warning to Stuart Armstrong. I must admit I’m a little disappointed he hasn’t resolved his contract issue yet and it’s still rumbling on as Celtic kick off their European campaign. The player has to look after himself, I completely understand. But he also has to be careful.
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