“We have to wait and see how it is.” He felt a tight hamstring for what we hope is not too serious, “said Lennon.”
“If it is, no doubt we will have to add in that area.”
Lennon was pleased with the victory, but I want the additional comfort that would have been the second goal for his players.
“I thought controlled the game for most, but the longer the game goes on is 1-0, fans get tense and permeates the players”, said.
Celtic winger Niall McGinn is determined to ensure are the team to leave his eagerly awaited clash against the hearts with his unbeaten record intact.
Hearts have been the form in the Scottish Premier League team during November, December and January, taking 31 points from a possible 33 and putting themselves firmly in the career of title 1 – 0 win over Rangers Saturday.
However, while the Celtic have reduced most points, they are still unbeaten in 11 games since losing at Tynecastle November 10.
And McGinn believes they are ready to tackle the challenge posed by the hearts at Parkhead.
“Hearts are a brilliant run and it is all the credit to them,” said North Ireland international. “When we played in November, beat 2-0 us and showed what a good team who are.” We have another three vital points against Aberdeen and now only look forward to Wednesday and we hope we continue winning.
“We were suffering from Tynecastle game but lighting said after the game he wanted to go to a career and have done, we have undefeated since.”
“Hearts are a good race and we are.” “It is a massive game, and you can go in all guns blazing and we hope you leave winning.”
Meanwhile, it is expected that east stirling be expelled from the cup of Scotland week later that was evidenced that sent a player not registered in their 1-0 victory on the side of the Buckie Thistle Highland League last Wednesday.
Falkirk goalkeeper Michael Andrews played for the club’s third Division, although their loan had expired on January 3.
Difficulties for postal during the festive period are blames for part-time for their failure to register a renewal of temporary transfer agreement but it is unlikely that considered sufficient grounds that can host Brechin City in the fifth round of the competition on February 5.
“All the documentation was sent through December 21,” said East Stirling President Les Thomson.
“Nothing to do with the SFA and ourselves: is the man means offering documents.” They were in the post as we normally do.
“Everyone knows what happened at the time of Christmas.” There was a backlog of email, some of them reached its destination and some of them not.
“We acted 100 percent correctly as we are concerned.” “Falkirk and I ordered the paperwork.”
The Scottish Football Association Emergency Committee will meet to discuss the matter at Hampden on Thursday but given that the governing body has been brought to Club members who have the installation (and responsibility) to check the status of eligibility of players online, is unlikely to East Stirling will get a sympathetic audience.
It should be removed from competition, the Emergency Committee will then decide whether Brechin should receive a bye in the quarter-finals or if it should play Buckie that right.
Ironically, Brechin themselves were expelled from the tournament three years ago for sending two players do not meet the conditions on the ground.
Dunfermline were reinstated following a call for a similar offence last year but the SFA moved during the summer to tighten up their standards.
East Stirling also face a Scottish League points deduction because Andrews appeared in the 2-0 victory over Clyde in Playmobil on January 15, 12 days after expiration the original agreement of the player.
The SFL is going to require an explanation of the club officers by what Andrews log was not supplied to them and, after a hearing, may take action against Jim McInally side.
“May be written to the club and asking for comments on this issue,” said the director of operations of SFL David Thomson.
“They will be invited to attend a meeting of the Board, after the Board will decide if there is no case to answer.”
“Records may be lost in the post but they should be sent by certified mail and our rules clearly the responsibility on the clubs to check these forms have been.”
“Clubs have been guilty of this mistake in the past, and if the Board finds guilty East Stirling, can deduct points and their fine or simply severely censor them”.
Celtic have announced the death of former footballer Alec Boden aged 85. Boden made 158 appearances for the club in the late 1940s and early 1950s, winning the Scottish Cup in 1951.
He became a coach training and scout with the club after their finished playing days and played a role in the capture of Kenny Dalglish in 1967. Boden recommended Dalglish Club after was impressed with its performance while their United in Glasgow and Celtic future teammate Vic Davidson exploration.
Read a statement of the club: “thoughts and prayers of the Celtic family are with Alec Boden family and friends at this very sad time”.
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