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  • In this week’s table-topping Celtic View

    In this week’s table-topping Celtic View

    By: Newsroom Staff on 27 Feb, 2018 10:06

  • IN this week’s Celtic View, Brendan Rodgers looks ahead to the upcoming SPFL and Scottish Cup games, while he also pays tribute to Scott Brown and the skipper’s value to the Hoops before and after the Celt’s retirement from international football.

    We also speak to Charly Musonda on how he is settling in with the champions, while Calvin Miller talks about his first-team aims and goals.

    Dedryck Boyata is the subject in this week’s Green Room while Australian youngster, Leo Mazis is this issue’s Youth Academy interview and new German signing, Josephine Giard talks about her hopes with the Celtic Women’s side.

    Kris Commons is the focus of this week’s Goals, Goals, Goals, while If You now The History looks at some of the trophies won by Celtic down through the decades.

    There is a superb centre-spread poster of Kristoffer Ajer plus fantastic celebration photos of Scott Brown and Kieran Tierney AND, you could win the latest Franz Ferdinand CD.

    There’s all this and much more in this week’s Celtic View, out Wednesday, February 28.

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