CELTIC fell to a disappointing defeat in Sunday’s Scottish Cup Semi-Final at Hampden and captain Callum McGregor has quickly moved to re-focus his teammates ahead of the Scottish Premiership run in.
It was a frustrating day at the national stadium with Celtic unable to extend their 33 game unbeaten run and failing to meet the high standards they’ve set throughout the season.
Referee Bobby Madden had an ‘interesting’ game to say the least and whilst his decisions perhaps didn’t directly impact the scoreline they played a notable part throughout the 120 minutes.
Ange Postecoglou and Callum McGregor have both now emphasised the need to put the result behind us, and quickly, as we now aim top reclaim the Scottish Premiership title at the first time of asking.
Ross County are next up on Sunday and the Bhoys will be looking to dust themselves and bounce back quickly with just 5 games now remaining.
Tino, James & Paddy were on the mics to discuss all of the above and more in this episode of The Celtic Exchange Weekly.
0:00 Welcome To The Celtic Exchange Weekly: Celtic Re-Focus On Premiership Title After Scottish Cup Defeat
2:58 Celtic v Rangers – Post Match Analysis
12:14 Was Celtic’s Fitness Lacking at Hampden?
15:03 Some Over Reactions on Celtic Social Media
19:02 Ange Postecoglou & Celtic Already Looking Forward
20:30 Referee Bobby Madden’s horrendous Hampden Performance
29:32 Callum McGregor Refocusing Ahead of Ross County Match
36:26 Lineup Changes For Ross County – Should David Turnbull Start?
43:04 The Bigger Picture – Ange Postecoglou’s Long Term Planning
53:22 Closing Comments – The Celtic Exchange Weekly, Episode 65
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