Date: 19th May 2017 at 10:30am
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Celtic are just two games away from an unbeaten treble-winning season, much to the delight of the punters propping up the bar in the Transfer Tavern. 

With one league game left and the small matter of a Scottish Cup final next week, the Hoops are absolutely delighted about the complexion of their campaign, though comments on their official wesbite have caused some slight concern.

They’ve revealed that forward Moussa Dembele remains a doubt for next week’s clash with Aberdeen at Hampden Park, though he will reportedly be given every chance to prove his fitness.

The 32-goal marksman has been out of action since the semi-final win over bitter rivals Rangers last month, though is thought to have returned to light training of late.

“He’s in light training and hopefully next week he can take some part in full training,” said assitant manager Chris Davies.

“It’s a progressive rehab he is going through. He is starting light training on the grass and next week will make things a bit clearer. From my understanding, it will be too early to say. He is a very conscientious guy and he will give himself every chance of being available in some capacity for the final.”

Though Leigh Griffiths is doing a wonderful job in the Frenchman’s absence, those backing the green and white cause in the bar are desperately hoping Dembele returns for the final.

Thoughts?