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Armstrong on atmosphere
Celtic newboy Stuart Armstrong says that he has never experienced an atmosphere like the one created at Parkhead last week.
The Bhoys supporters were particularly vociferous during their side's match against Inter Milan in the Europa League and Armstrong was staggered by the noise levels.
"I have sampled big atmospheres before, but nothing on the scale of last week," he said to the Glasgow Evening Times. "I am sure the San Siro will be the same. I can't wait."
Van Dijk on Inter
Celtic defender Virgil van Dijk says that Inter Milan's desire to play passing football, regardless of how much pressure they are under, gives them hope.
Inter do take risks in possession and Van Dijk believes that his side can take advantage of this on Thursday night.
“They did give us some possibilities," he said to the Daily Record. "They try and play every time they are under pressure so that gives us hope.”
Charlie Mulgrew says that the fact he is still sidelined is his own fault as he tried to rush back from injury.
Mulgrew picked up a hamstring problem in December and was ruled out for six weeks, but he tried to come back in half that time.
It turned out to be an error, with the midfielder picking up the same injury again, and he insists he won't make the same mistakes again.
“I was told it might take six weeks to settle down but it felt good after three weeks," he said to the Daily Record. "I was told to take the six weeks but I tried to rush back for the Rangers game, so it’s my own fault."