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Breaking News: On Tuesday, Celtic Fc breaks silence and provided a response to the statement that Rangers made, which was described as “grossly unfair.”

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For the impending Old Firm rivalry between Celtic and Rangers, Celtic has provided a response to Rangers on the allotment of away tickets for the forthcoming match.

Sky Sports reported on the 19th of December that there will be no fans present at Celtic Park for the match that will take place on the 30th of December.

Furthermore, the publication stated that despite the fact that Celtic was successful in a lawsuit before a subcommittee of the SPFL board, which recognized that the club’s position of supplying zero tickets was inappropriate, an adequate amount could not be determined.

As stated on the official website of Celtic, which was updated on December 19th, “We are pleased that the subcommittee recognized the importance of safety and matchday experience issues in considering the question of a reasonable allocation for both fixtures.”

Breaking News: On Tuesday, Celtic Fc breaks silence and provided a response to the statement that Rangers made, which was described as "grossly unfair."

Celtic maintains its position that it will not provide any tickets to away fans for the match that will take place on December 30th, despite the fact that it respects the process that is currently underway.

With the goal of addressing fair allocations at Celtic Park and Ibrox beginning in the next year in a responsible manner, Celtic will continue to place a strong emphasis on the significance of safety and matchday experience concerns.

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The news will definitely add to the atmosphere of this historic encounter, and fans of both Rangers and Celtic will be disappointed by it. This is true regardless of which club they support, since supporters of both teams will inevitably be dissatisfied.

It is possible to say the same thing about the players, who would feel more comfortable performing in front of a crowd that is both rowdy and atmospheric.

On the other hand, this will not be the case when the two clubs compete against one another once more at Celtic Park at the end of the month.

Philippe Clement, who is preparing for his first Old Firm derby as Rangers manager and would have loved to have at least some Gers supporters inside Celtic Park, will also suffer a setback as a result of this setback.

As stated on the official website of the Rangers (19 December), it is “grossly unfair” that Celtic did not provide the Sub-Committee with appropriate proof about the amount of tickets that should be considered reasonable.

It is necessary for Clement and his players to just put aside the distraction and arrive at Celtic Park with a mindset that is focused on winning.

“Midfielder is a must” – 52 years-old football coach Neil Lennon reveals two key signings Celtic Fc must make during january transfer window

Following the defeat that his former team, Celtic, suffered at the hands of Hearts over the past weekend, Neil Lennon has revealed the areas in which he believes Celtic require improvement.

Brendan Rodgers has been forced to deal with the fallout of consecutive losses to the Edinburgh side and Kilmarnock, but Lennon is of the opinion that if he were to reinforce two crucial areas of the club, it would go a long way toward helping improving the team’s fortunes on the pitch.

“I don’t think he’s [Callum McGregor] a great number six,” Lennon stated in an interview with Prime League Soccer. In my opinion, he would be far more effective if he played a role similar to that of a six or eight and scored goals.

Thus, it is essential for me to have a physical presence in the middle of the field.

"Midfielder is a must" - 52 years-old football coach Neil Lennon reveals two key signings Celtic Fc must make during january transfer window

“And obviously, if people don’t think that Oh is the man to supplement Kyogo, then another number nine, another goal scorer,” Brendan said. “And if Brendan doesn’t think that, then another goal scorer.”

I would propose that Lennon adds another two players to that list, namely a goalkeeper and a left back, but for the time being, let’s take his statements at face value.

The striker is a no-brainer. Rodgers will be lacking in the attacking areas due to the fact that Kyogo, Maeda, and Oh are virtually certainly going to be selected to participate in the Asia Cup.

On the other hand, I would recommend that he finds a striker that is compatible with his system since there is no use in going for a Kyogo-type frontman if Rodgers continues to play the way that he has played at Celtic.

The presence of a holding midfielder is essential. I concur with Lennon that Callum McGregor is not the kind of player that would be considered that. When it comes to being an enforcer in the middle of the field, the Celtic captain is a master at influencing play and being penetrative, but forget about it.

In light of this, let us hope that Rodgers has these players on his roster. Let’s keep our fingers crossed that discussions have already begun for them. I really hope that the Celtic board decides to part with the money. As a matter of fact, it is Christmas.

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