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Arsenal's Kieran Tierney keen to mimic Scott Brown's 'perfect example'
admits it would be an honour to one day wear the captain's armband at the Emirates. The 24-year-old joined the London club in a £25million
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Celtic need only to look back 10 weeks for fair warning about the capacity of Paris Saint-Germain’s (PSG) ferocity after their record home European defeat was inflicted by the French champions.
Over the summer’s transfer window, Pedro Caixinha spent over £8 million bringing 11 new players to Rangers – practically revamping the whole squad and bringing in an entire new team.
Celtic welcome Paris Saint-Germain to their iconic home stadium for a hotly anticipated Champions League opener tonight. Drawn in a group which also contains Germany champions Bayern Munich and Belgium champions Anderlecht, Brendan Rodgers’ side have a difficult task ahead.
Celtic manager Neil Lennon feels that Scott Brown should not have been awarded a red card following the club's 1-0 defeat at home to Barcelona in the Champions League on Tuesday night.
Celtic midfielder, Scott Brown, was named as the Scottish PFA Player of the Year. Their manager Gordon Strachan won the Manager of the Year award for the second time.
Celtic have qualified for the last 16 of the Champions League on Tuesday despite a Filippo Inzaghi goal in the 70th minute at the San Siro gave them a 1-0 loss to Milan. Celtic initially needed to get a point away at the European Champions, but Benfica remarkably defeated Shakhtar Donetsk to help the Scots through.
Celtic earned themselves three Champions League points as they defeated Benfica to avenge their late loss to Benfica two weeks ago. Celtic won 1-0 thanks to McGeady, but the game was overshadowed as Gilles Augustin Binya was sent off for a terrible tackle.
Scotland's qualification hopes rest in the balance as they now have to defeat Italy at Hampden Park as they failed to grab three points in a tough travel to Georgia, who defeated the Scots 2-0.
Shakhtar Donetsk scored two early goals to see of Scottish champions Celtic in the UEFA Champions League Group D opener. Goals from Brandao and Lucarelli proved to be enough for the Ukrainians to earn three points.