Celtic fans here in the Tavern are frustrated after the weekend’s 1-1 draw in the Scottish Premier League, a result that allowed their Old Firm rivals to close the gap on first position.
Indeed, Brendan Rodgers has been able to construct a Celtic legacy that very few will ever manage to replicate at Celtic Park, with a 69-game unbeaten streak one of the notable achievements secured during his time in Scotland. And, that’s not to mention the four trophies that he’s already accumulated during his time in Glasgow, as the trophy cabinet will forever be filled while this man is in charge.
However, one notable improvement to be made by the Hoops is in the form of their European quality, as this season has seen them blasted out of the Champions League group stage. Indeed, the poor performances have seen them drop down to the knockout stages of the Europa League, with a 1-0 win against Zenit St Petersburg being the outcome in their first taste of the competition.
Although, it wasn’t all positives to take away from Thursday night’s encounter, with a tight 1-0 victory meaning that it’s still all to play for in Russia. So, here’s a look at TWO regulars that Brendan Rodgers should look to drop in the return leg…