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“That’s too bad” The manager of the national team was disheartened to hear that two Celtic players had been injured.

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Now that it’s international week again, TBR Celtic will try to keep you up to date on the players who have left Scotland to join their national teams.

Fourteen Celtic players are currently on foreign duty for the next ten days. While the team’s fans hope that all of them do well, they will also be hoping that they come back without getting hurt.

Celtic forwards Kyogo Furuhashi and Daizen Maeda, on the other hand, are not likely to hurt them.

In the 6-0 win over Aberdeen on Sunday, Kyogo got hurt and had to be taken off because of a nasty head injury.

Maeda hurt himself in the Champions League game against Atletico Madrid when he challenged for a red card. He tore ligaments, which will keep him out for up to six weeks.

Japan’s manager, Hajime Moriyasu, was asked about both players. He felt bad for them but told them to come back better than ever.

She told The Herald, “It’s a shame to miss them both, but the players are the ones who are really upset.”

“That’s too bad” The manager of the national team was disheartened to hear that two Celtic players had been injured.

“The first and most important thing is that both of them get better and get back to working hard at their club.”

“I believe they have the strong will and power to do that.”

Kyogo, Maeda, and Reo Hatate are all hurt for Celtic. Brendan Rodgers will have to figure out how to play without a few of his best players in December.

Hatate and Maeda were left off the list, but that still gives players who aren’t on the Celtic first team a chance to play.

Because December is going to be a busy month, Brendan Rodgers will have to use his whole team so that no one gets hurt or stressed out.

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