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Guidetti hails Celtic fans
John Guidetti says that the Celtic supporters made his move to the club an easy choice.
The Swedish front-man joined the Bhoys from Manchester City in the summer and any doubts he had about the move were cast aside because of the Parkhead faithful.
“For me the fans made it easy to join Celtic,” he said to the Express. “I’m a passionate guy and I like to get involved with the fans."
“Without fans, football is nothing and we should be grateful to them."
Armstrong wanted by Baggies
Dundee United forward Staurt Armstrong, who is a reported Celtic target, has been identified as a potential addition for West Bromwich Albion, according to The Courier.
The Bhoys had looked the favourites to land Armstrong in the new-year, but the Premier League's side's interest makes their job of securing him harder.
Kyle criticises Rangers
Former Rangers striker Kevin Kyle says many of the team are only their to pick up their pay packets at the end of the week.
The wages that the Light Blues pay are larger than any other side in the Scottish Championship and Kyle believes this is the only reason that a lot of the squad are at Ibrox.
"The majority of players who are there at Rangers are there for one reason and one reason only," Kyle told the BBC. "And that's the money that was on offer to them."