Ahead of the first Old Firm league meeting in four years this weekend, Scottish football gets a much-needed shot in the arm at long last.
Bitter rivals Celtic and Rangers proved during their last encounter in the Scottish Cup semi-final that, despite the wider problems dogging the domestic game, they can still produce a thrilling Glasgow derby.
Ahead of the Gers’ visit to Parkhead, much of the talk will be centring around their newly put together side as many of them get their first taste of a game this size.
It’s clear that the home side will more than likely enter the game as favourites, after winning the last five league titles at a relative canter.
The Hoops finally qualified for the Champions League proper one again as well, looking to add to some of the glorious European nights the club have already had.
Despite their relative stagnation in recent seasons, Celtic remain one of the most traditional clubs on the continent and have certainly earned their status as one.
As the Bhoys propping up the bar in the Transfer Tavern wax lyrical about the future under Brendan Rodgers, it is time to look back with fond memories at just what makes the Scottish champions such a huge club.
Without further ado, here’s THREE of the best goals in the club’s history.
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