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PremierLeague-News.Com - In his latest Daily Record column, Tam Cowan looks back at Celtic's trip to Dubai.

Uk news What else can possibly go wrong for Celtic? - Tam Cowan PremierLeague-News.Com

PremierLeague-News.Com - In his latest Daily Record column, Tam Cowan looks back at Celtic's trip to Dubai.

Uk news What else can possibly go wrong for Celtic? - Tam Cowan PremierLeague-News.Com
14 January 2021 - 05:00

PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! It’s Glasgow’s annual folk, roots and world music festival and, thanks to the coronavirus, this year’s event is only available online. Don’t ask me why, but I had a hunch they’d just move Celtic Connections to Dubai… Turns out COVID was an acronym: Celtic On Vacation In Dubai. The Hoops flew to the United Arab Emirates for some R&R and came back to T&T (track and trace). As one neutral observer said: “I think they’ve lost the plot.” And that was Donald Trump. I was also shaking my head - mainly because I can’t grasp the concept of “warm weather training”. Celtic defender Christopher Jullien has tested positive for covid (Image: Getty Images) Read More Related Articles How to get the latest Scottish news stories sent straight to your inbox with our newsletters Read More Related Articles Lockdown daredevils break rules for trip to Edinburgh to perform reckless stunts How does that prepare ANYONE for the resumption of Scottish football in January? Wouldn’t Celtic have been better off hiring a training facility in Siberia? The result off the park was poor - one player (Christopher Jullien) tested positive for the virus and 13 of his team-mates, plus management duo Neil Lennon and John Kennedy, were forced to self-isolate. And it wasn’t much better ON the park: a drab 1-1 draw at home to Hibs with, I reckon, only one real talking point - Celtic winger Mikey Johnston’s comical attempt at winning his side a penalty. (No prizes for guessing who won the diving competition at the hotel pool in Dubai.) That was NEARLY as funny as Kris Boyd reading out loud on live TV. Like a lot of folk, the Sky Sports pundit was wondering why Celtic defender Shane Duffy - who flew back from Dubai on a commercial flight, by himself - played against Hibs instead of self-isolating. It’s simple. After studying his performances at Parkhead so far, the authorities were confident he wouldn’t get within two metres of any opponents.

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. Just eight-and-a-half years after kicking off against Peterhead in the fourth tier, it’s all kicking off in Tier 4 and the gap between the Glasgow giants is now an incredible 21 points. What else can possibly go wrong for Celtic this season? At this rate, I reckon they’ll find a way of losing the 1967 European Cup… Talking of people skating on thin ice, a personal plea to Nicola Sturgeon… can we PLEASE leave the house on Sunday before the new series of Dancing On Ice? Better still, First Minister, how about relaxing the travel restrictions and I’ll personally drive to the ITV Studios in a gritter lorry? Dancing On Ice would give global warming a good name. Top news stories today Thug caged for stab horror Man found dead in Edinburgh flat Salmon accusers hit out at MSPs Child killer's 'secret engagement' In fairness, I see this year’s contestants include Billie Shepherd, Sonny Jay, Joe-Warren Plant and Graham Bell - so at least they’re not copying every other reality show by doing a celebrity version… Staying with reality TV, former Towie star Mark Wright came on as a late sub in Crawley’s 3-0 FA Cup win against Leeds Utd. He was actually meant to play from the start, but it took an hour-and-a-half to drag him away from the dressing-room mirror. Tam Cowan has summed up the last week (Image: Daily Record) What a unique double that would have been this week if, as many predicted, Celtic had given a debut on Monday night to former Celebrity Big Brother star Tommy Sheridan… PS. Here’s another football-related story that took me by surprise. Dunfermline Athletic’s stadium - East End Park - has been handed over to the NHS for the Covid-19 vaccine roll-out. Why not Firhill - the home of the Jags? PPS. Some proper telly to watch tonight - part two of Iain Robertson Rambles on the BBC Scotland channel as the River City actor tackles the second-half of the The West Highland Way. I watched part one last Thursday and it was terrific - the first fresh air I’ve had in a fortnight. The famous hike from Milngavie to Fort William is 96 miles, so I’d highly recommend it. Great training for the pubs re-opening and your first trek to the loo in Wetherspoons…

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