Dani Alves has warned Celtic that pumped-up PSG will show them no mercy despite having already qualified for the Champions League last 16. The French Ligue 1 side thrashed the Hoops 5-0 in their opening Group B fixture and have blasted 17 goals without reply in four games. Brendan Rodgers’s side face a daunting trip to the Parc des Princes tomorrow night against the tournament favourites for their penultimate group match.
Scotland captain Scott Brown has demanded SFA chief executive Stewart Regan “gets the finger out” and appoints a new boss quickly. The Hampden chief claimed he could wait until next June before hiring Gordon Strachan’s successor but Brown insists that would be “silly”. Regan has been given permission by the IFA to speak to Northern Ireland boss Michael O’Neill but he has since emerged as the red hot favourite to take over at West Brom after Tony Pulis was sacked yesterday.
PSG keeper Alphonse Areola admitted a win for Celtic in Paris would send shockwaves around world football. But the French star insists he’s on his guard against a Hoops side he reckons will be hellbent on revenge for their 5-0 thrashing in their Champions League Group B opener. Unai Emery’s star-studded side warmed up for the visit of the Scottish champions with a 4-1 home win over Nantes to move six points ahead of Monaco in Ligue 1.
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Selecting a term
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