IF Celtic’s trouncing at the hands of Paris Saint-Germain had a hint of déjà vu about it, Kieran Tierney insists there is comfort to be had from what happened next.
BACK in October when Scotland stumbled against Lithuania at Hampden, Kieran Tierney had a ringside view of what went wrong.
IF imitation is indeed the sincerest form of flattery, then Gordon Strachan will be more than happy to pay a timely compliment to Brendan Rodgers in Lithuania.
CELTIC assistant boss Chris Davies insists that the Hoops won't be content to settle for third place in their Champions League group.
BOSS Brendan Rodgers believes Celtic showed their strength in depth with a 5-0 thrashing of Kilmarnock in the Betfred Cup at Parkhead on Tuesday night.
HAD Celtic needed any reminder about the perils and pitfalls of playing European minnows away from home they certainly got it on Tuesday night.
GORDON STRACHAN accepts he can’t afford to lead Scotland to defeat against England on Saturday.
MARK McGHEE has told how the Scot linked with a £17-million transfer to Chelsea transforms from a little boy lost to an Exocet missile the second work begins.
CELTIC'S domination of the PFA Scotland awards nominations reflects their "relentless" treble-chasing campaign, according to Kieran Tierney.
CRAIG GORDON had no fears about Celtic team-mate Kieran Tierney lining up at right-back for Scotland.