Gerrard Shows Little Respect For St. Johnstone After Rangers Dig Out Win

Gerrard Shows Little Respect For St. Johnstone After Rangers Dig Out Win

Arnold, who has visited Celtic's top training facilities in the last three months has apologised profusely for the situation but insists he can't give Tom three more days in Glasgow and is hiding behind the Federation Internationale de Football Association rulebook.

This week offers Celtic a chance to move to a higher altitude, away from the likes of Aberdeen, whom they meet on Boxing Day at Pittodrie, and Rangers, who host the Hoops in the second Old Firm derby of the season at Ibrox on Saturday.

Tom Rogic has been a big game player for Celtic in the Derby in recent times.

"I'm still thinking about the first-half", said Gerrard when asked why he didn't celebrate. I think people on the outside will look at it and say you have only played 19 league games, and won't see the full picture. To be fair, we're quite bare today in terms of numbers and what's available.

"The first 45 minutes I wasn't happy, far from it". We know we are going to have to be at it and we can't put in a performance like the first half yesterday. We started slowly in the league this season but we've been finding our feet and the win over Dundee was one of the most enjoyable since I've been here.

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Celtic coach Brendan Rodgers has already voiced his displeasure at the premature call-up and Sutton made his feelings known about the situation.

"We shouldn't have to work that hard to win at places like this, with all due respect", he said to BT Sport.

Gerrard brought on Glenn Middleton at half-time and then Kyle Lafferty ten minutes into the second half.

"Any manager would have gotten a reaction out of that". We looked like a team bottom, middle of the table who just turned up for a game of football. "

"We love Celtic. It's an incredible club and we have a great relationship with them.

". Rodgers & Co go into these games with a single point advantage over Rangers and are three and four points clear of Aberdeen and Kilmarnock respectively, with a game in hand over all three. "They are a team that can be beaten and we feel we can do that".

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