Pundit provides exciting update about Odsonne Edouard’s Celtic future

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It looks like Celtic's deal with Adidas could end up helping them in keeping hold of Odsonne Edouard despite rumours linking him with a Parkhead exit. There is no doubt that Odsonne Edouard is 'The Man' at Parkhead. When Moussa Dembele left for Lyon, not even the most optimistic Celtic fan could have predicted how good his fellow Frenchman would become. It is safe to say he has not let the Hoops feel Dembele's absence. That sparkling form has caught the attention of clubs around Europe. And they are sure to come for the Frenchman when the window reopens. As a result, Celtic have a huge decision to make. Edouard's contract with Celtic expires in 2022. Thus, if the club decide not to sell

Photo: Incredible Adidas Celtic retro concept kit that must be made

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Adidas should have a look at this concept retro kit when they look for inspiration while designing Celtic's kit for the 2020/2021 season. Celtic will kick off their kit manufacturing deal with German giants Adidas next season. And with people being forced to stay indoors, the fans have been hard at work making concept kits. Footyheadlines is a website that you might have heard of because of their habit leaking future kits. This time though, they decided to try their hand at creating concept retro kits of clubs themselves. Fortunately, one of them was Celtic. And let us just say its absolutely beautiful. Here is the kit that they released: https://twitter.com/iSouravMahanty/status/1245045878823550977?s=19   If you want to check out the concept retro kits of other clubs, be sure

Celtic boss provides Odsonne Edouard contract update

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Neil Lennon has provided an update regarding Odsonne Edouard's contract situation at Celtic. A number of clubs around Europe have their eyes set on the Frenchman. Celtic have a battle on their hands to keep hold of Odsonne Edouard past this season. The Frenchman has been in brilliant form again this season. And clubs around Europe will surely come calling when the transfer window reopens. Under ideal circumstances, Celtic would have won nine-in-a-row this season. That would have hopefully convinced Edouard to stay one more season. But the fate of this season's title is not known at this moment. And it is very possible that the season might be declared 'null and void'. That could spell the end of Celtic's hopes of keeping

Rangers have been left to die by £20 million investor

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Rangers fans have been fed a lot of lies over the years. The story of the £20 million investor appears to be another of them. Football leagues all around Europe have been forced into suspension due to the global outbreak of the coronavirus. That has left a lot of Scottish clubs staring at a bleak future. It is no secret that clubs in Scotland do not have the financial security of those down south. And an extended break might put a lot of their futures into doubt. Thus, the cry of Rangers fans for the season to be declared 'null and void' has been very confusing. Cancelling a season will raise a number of issues. The biggest of them probably is the money

‘Financial desperation’ – Celtic legend blasts ridiculous Rangers agenda

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Rangers are finally getting called out for the ridiculous 'null and void' agenda that they have been pushing over the last few weeks in order to stop Celtic's 9IAR. It is quickly becoming clear that the football season might not resume anytime soon. The coronavirus outbreak has only gotten worse over the past week. And it is very possible that it will take months for society to return to normal. In these testing times, there are things that are much more important than football. But it is also true that this break in the midst of the season has left many clubs staring into a bleak future. And they will be hoping that the season can be resumed as soon as possible. 30

Robbie Fowler’s perfect solution to ‘null and void’ mess

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After weeks without football, many fans are becoming stir crazy as to what will happen. There have been talks of 'null and void' but Robbie Fowler helps put that to rest. What time to be alive, huh? Football has come to a screeching halt, as has our entire world. So, what will happen to the remainder of the football season? Well, if you ask just about any football fan they will say they want matches played out behind closed doors, or for those at the top of the table to be awarded championships. Unless you're a Rangers fan, in which you want the season to become 'null and void'. But Robbie Fowler has put that to bed. Fowler, the former Liverpool star

Barry Ferguson makes ridiculous claim just to stop Celtic 9IAR

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It looks like some Rangers stars will leave no stone unturned just to stop Celtic from winning 9-in-a-row. Even if that includes betraying their current employers. Now by this point it pretty clear what Rangers fans are trying to do. Currently out the Scottish Cup and sitting 13 points behind Celtic in the Premiership table, they know very well that chances are minute that they even have a chance of taking this title race down to the wire. As a result, Rangers fans are looking for ways to somehow get this season declared 'null and void'. And in their minds, they believe that they have come up with a master plan. They believe that if this season is declared 'null and void', that

Rangers fans willing to go bust again just to stop Celtic

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With football suspended indefinitely, a number of Scottish clubs are looking towards a grim future. Yet the Rangers fans seem to be praying for the season not to be restarted just to stop Celtic from winning 9-in-a-row. The current suspension of football could have grave consequences for a number of clubs around Scotland. Many of them do not have the financial means to survive a long break from football. And declaring the season 'null and void' will only put further financial stress on them. Celtic will survive, but many other clubs won't. One of those clubs are Rangers. The Glasgow club has faced extinction in the past, with their dissolution in 2012. And they'll surely go bust again considering their current financial

SPFL manager exposes ‘ridiculous’ Rangers’ agenda

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With calls for the season to become 'null and void' one SPFL manager exposes Rangers' agenda and why that won't work for the league or Celtic. With the novel coronavirus wreaking havoc on the sports world across the globe, Celtic fans' attention has astutely been on what will happen with the current season. The Scottish Premiership League is currently suspended, but new guidance from UEFA could soon provide some clarity. UEFA wants all domestic leagues to try and finish out matches by June 30. Whether or not that is actually possible remains to be seen. Some clubs (really just Rangers) are calling for the season to become 'null and void'. This would essentially cancel the season and its results up to this

Spanish FA’s decision could have huge consequences for Celtic

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As things stand, Celtic sit 13 points above Rangers in the Premiership table. But with the season suspended, the fat of the title is unclear at the moment. With Celtic chasing a record-equaling ninth straight league title in a row, this season holds huge importance for the club. The feat has been achieved only twice in history. After being in touching distance of the trophy, it will sting badly if they do not lift it at the end of the season. There are genuine fears though that that might be the case. Leagues have been suspended all around the world after the outbreak of the coronavirus. And it is unclear when things will return to normal, with a number of countries under