Celtic dealt more bad luck as key man receives injury treatment, out for Dundee

Celtic fans finally have some positivity to work with following the Bhoys’ dramatic 3-1 victory over Motherwell last Sunday.

Adam Idah, a Republic of Ireland international, is the star of the show after his game-winning performances, but players like Hyunjun Yang and Tomoki Iwata should also get a lot of credit for their contributions to the comeback at Fir Park.

“It was important for us to get the win today psychologically,” Brendan Rodgers said after the game, praising the psychological effects of his team’s late heroics. We will write our own story, even though one is already being written about this club.

But, there is no time to waste at Lennoxtown, as it would likely be difficult for Dundee to make the journey to Glasgow on Wednesday.

With 11 games remaining in the current season, the Bhoys trail Rangers by two points. They will be eager to maintain pressure on their opponents, who take on Kilmarnock at Rugby Park on the same night.

Since anything may happen at any time, Celtic must remain vigilant and make sure they secure three points at home.

The official club website is still selling tickets. For those unable to attend the game, there is a pay-per-view option available for £12.99 at the same time.

Celtic suffer yet another injury blow this season

Unfortunately, Rodgers’ second spell at Parkhead has been marred by injury blow after injury blow for Celtic.

The Daily Record reports that Polish defender Maik Nawrocki missed Monday’s training session because of a leg ailment. The 23-year-old is currently having extensive treatment, and the Bhoys are trying to determine the full nature of the injury.

Since Nawrocki will not be available for Wednesday’s match against Dundee, Rodgers will have to evaluate his other defensive alternatives before taking on Tony Docherty’s Dark Blues.

The former Legia Warsaw player played for 61 minutes last weekend before Cameron Carter-Vickers entered to provide support for Liam Scales for the final 30 minutes [BBC Sport].

Maik Nawrocki’s frustrating Celtic career continues

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Nawrocki arrived to Parkhead with high expectations after leaving Legia Warsaw for £4.3 million in the summer of last year.

Nevertheless, considering that he has only made ten appearances in green and white thus far, his Parkhead career has become a source of dissatisfaction despite his apparent skill [Transfermarkt].

Though it appears that Nawrocki is currently having trouble getting a break, perhaps he can bounce back and keep his word.


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