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Mulgrew - Celtic signings know pressure now
Charlie Mulgrew says that Celitc's new signings know the pressure they are under after signing for the club now.
The Bhoys have come under criticism after a poor start to the season and Mulgrew believes it will have acted as a learning curve for their new additions.
"If they didn't before they must know now," he said to the Scottish Evening Times.
"There is pressure on us now to start winning games."
Keane says he was 10th choice
Roy Keane says that he was well down the pecking order to get the Celtic job this summer.
The former Parkhead star has revealed that the club had a number of other candidates ahead of him, before they selected Ronny Deila to take charge.
"I think you have to be open-minded," he said to the Evening Times.
"With Celtic I was probably about 10th choice. I've heard on the grapevine that one or two other people turned the job down, which wasn't an issue for me."
Naismith looking forward to Ibrox return
Former Rangers ace Steven Naismith says that he is looking forward to a return to Ibrox with Scotland on Saturday.
Naismith has not played at the 'Gers ground since he left the club and he says that he will enjoy playing there again.
“It should be good. It’s the first time I’ve been back since I left Rangers," he said to the Telegraph.
“I have some fantastic memories from there, not only of playing with Rangers, but when I was with Kilmarnock as well. Hopefully, this can be another good memory.”