Celtic are set to face Zenit St Petersburg in the last-32 of the Europa League after the Scottish Champions finished third in their Champions League group.Zenit will make the trip to Glasgow for the first leg on Thursday, with Celtic facing the long journey to Russia next week to play the return leg.The Hoops last appeared at this stage of the competition in 2015, where they faced Italian giants Inter Milan.
Another two players in Dedryck Boyata and Kristoffer Ajer joined Celtic’s lengthy injury list this season as the pair were both taken off in the loss to Kilmarnock at Rugby Park.The sheer number of games that Brendan Rodgers’ side have played this campaign is clearly starting to take its toll after the Bhoys began their season way back in July.A total of 11 first-team players are on the sidelines with some players unlikely to feature anytime soon.With a huge tie against Zenit St.Petersburg...
Remaking a game like Shadow of the Colossus is a risky move, because so few games have the legendary aura that still surrounds the 2005 PlayStation 2 classic. Described by developer Bluepoint Games as more of a remake than a remaster, Shadow of the Colossus is a from the ground up take on one of the most critically-acclaimed and beloved games of all time. When discussing whether video games hold value as an art form, this game comes up.
(Funko work with another licensing company called Earthbound for some of their current products, so it's being theorised someone mistakenly Googled 'Earthbound logo' and stuck it in the investor slides. We'll see!)
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Selecting a term
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Twitter handles (e.g. @username) — returns those who have mentioned or replied to
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