The squad will be bolstered over the next few weeks in complete different circumstances.
Scott Brown is returning from injury and Biram Kayal promised this week: “Now I’m starting to warm-up with the first-team after training alone with the doctor and feel very good. So I think I’ll be able to come back to training in a week for the first-team. If I feel fit and 100 per cent I want to come back and to play and help the team.”
The Asian Cup has now confirmed the casualties of Cha Du Ri and Ki Sueng Yung. The red tinged bush of Ki will be missed but the jury will be split on Cha. I’m hoping that Efrain Juarez admits he is a right back.
Big Duncan Rasmussen time in Germany has been as impoverished as his time here. “It’s no secret that we are not always satisfied.” admitted Mainz manager Thomas Tuchel as the club prepared to send home the Dane citing that ” Both sides expected more”.
With Lazio offering Samaras a chance to run around aimlessly in Rome then the returning Rasmussen could find himself back in the fold. Him or the Irish Chris Killen to bring on when we are struggling? I’m not writing the Dane off yet.
Thecelticblog has recently joined Picklive, which has been described as ”a new whole realm of entertainment” by the BBC and it’s well known that they don’t lie. Ok, they call Strictly Come Dancing ‘entertainment’ but let’s ride with it.
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