Celtic have been linked with RB Leipzig defender Marvin Compper, according to reports in Germany. Compper, a 32-year-old centre back, came on as a substitute in Leipzig’s 2-2 draw with Mainz at the weekend. And Kicker is crediting Celtic with an interest in the defender, who has found first-team football hard to come by at the Red Bull Arena.
Have your sayThe draw for the knockout stage of the Europa League takes place today at midday, at UEFA headquarters in Noyn, Switzerland. • READ MORE - Celtic are not learning from European mistakes, claims Roy KeaneA total of 32 teams are in the hat for the draw, including Celtic, thanks to their third-place finish in Champions League Group B. But who could the Hoops face in the draw?
Celtic have been paired with Zenit St Petersburg in the Europa League knockout stages. The Hoops dropped into the last 32 of the Europa League after finishing third in Champions League group B, behind Paris Saint-Germain and Bayern Munich, and ahead of Belgian side Anderlecht. The first leg of the encounter will be Celtic’s 100th Europa League/UEFA Cup tie. So far Celtic have played 99, won 40, drawn 25 and lost 34, scoring 155 and conceding 112 in the process.
@HibsNews1875@edinburghsport Sinclair was struggling ahead of Anderlecht and still made it. If he's fit he'll play, IMO. And no, there aren't two goalies on the bench. It's 'subs from' i.e. the 7 subs will come from these players, if that makes sense. S Murray's absence an oversight that's now been sorted!
1994 - Houghton’s goal against Italy
1998 - Being in France when they won
2002 - Keane, Saipan & losing on pens to Spain
2006 - Zizou’s headbutt
2010 - BZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZT
2014 - Brazil getting a pasting off Germany and the grasshopper landing on James Rodriguez https://t.co/alleh94atT
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