Celtic News: Celtic quest and the Scottish Cup Final

Celtic, Scottish Premiership Champions 2014/2015

The Hoops are having the final game of the season and the atmosphere is filled with resounding shouts for victory. Following Celtic quest to get a double treble, this period marks the best time for the Hoops to prove their no relenting tactics and spirit as it has been proven through the season. Brendan Rodgers and his men has delighted the lovers of Celtic as the Hoops has come this far on Celtic quest (getting a double treble).
Making history has never been an easy task, so also is Celtic quest to the double treble. Thus far a lot has been accomplished and after the Bhoys game against Motherwell Celtic quest would be sealed either with a positive or negative fate.
Brendan Rogders made a promising statement that had driven the whole Celtic team, management and fans to a place of pace setting accomplishment on his sign in, to the club. This statement was to do what no other Scottish team had ever done by making a double treble. At this point we could also say the Celtic boss is boss of the Celtic quest.
Brendan Rodgers season has been delightful and taking on Motherwell in the last game of the season shouldn’t be any less. The Celtic quest boss had made earlier tactical changes which favored the team. Moussa Dembele will take the lead in line against Motherwell.
Earlier Brendan Rodgers change against Aberdeen cost the Hoops a shopping win at Paradise last weekend. With Craig Gordon making the starting 11 replacing Scott Bain.
With 3 goals to Dembeles name in 5 appearance of the Scottish Cup league this season, he would be taking lead striker position and supported by team mate Callum McGregor and Tom Rogic in delivering a win to Celtic quest. Tom Rogic signed a 5 year extension with the club, He just might be this season final hero like he was last season.
Knowing the history of Celtic under the management of Brendan Rodgers against it’s football menace Motherwell, we could as well conclude that the Brendan Rodgers and the Bhoys already have the final as a win, following the already 7 game a pair and 7 total win against Motherwell at Hampden.
The game would kick of at Hampden by 3pm.
Celtic line up: Gordon; Lustig, Boyata, Ajer; Tierney, Forrest, Brown, Ntcham, Rogic, McGregor; Dembele
Subs: Bain, Simunovic, Kouassi, Armstrong, Sinclair, Armstrong, Roberts, Griffiths

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