With the injured/suspended players he has a ready made excuse if we don't win. Whatever - it won't be his faultWell AN will obviously be managing the side tomorrow in the last match of this month. Whether he will still be doing so by the end of next month remains to be seen. He might well be but that will mean us remembering how to win again and in turn apart from getting our injured and suspended players back that will mean going out and playing with confidence and determination.
Not in his eyes perhaps but others, both on the payroll of the Club as well as the supporters will make their own judgement based on the performance, tactics and commitment on the day.With the injured/suspended players he has a ready made excuse if we don't win. Whatever - it won't be his fault
Celtics recent appointments have included Ronnie Delia (big in Norway) and a first managerial post for Neil Lennon, and going further back, John Barnes. I don't think a pedigree is a necessary qualification for the Celtic job, tbh.
I'd have thought howe would set his standards higher than going for a team in a 2 horse race and a usual abysmal European run. He would have plenty of suitors in England
We seem to get updates on players like Bodin & Harrop who he’s never going to pick anyway....any others he just keeps close to his chest.....for what good it does us.Any indications of whether any of the injured players will be back? The return of Davies and Pearson would be a massive boost.