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Celtic media round-up: Bhoys star attempts to lower expectations

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Brown on treble chances

Scott Brown has admitted that it will be a big ask for Celtic to win the treble this season, after finding the going tough against Dundee United last weekend.

The Bhoys could only manage to draw with United in the Scottish Cup and Brown feels that showed just how hard it will be for them to be successful in every competition this season.

"If we want to go all the way, which we do, we need to make sure we get our hands on this trophy," he said to the Glasgow Evening Times

"It's maybe a big ask after Sunday. Dundee United are a good team who can mix it as well as play good football. So, we have got to be on our A game and make sure we are up for it right from the start."

Dillon on Celtic

Dundee United captain Sean Dillon says that there is no ill-feeling between his side and Celtic after their Scottish Cup clash. 

Although the midfielder admits that their match this weekend was 'wild' he says that all has been forgotten now the contest has finished. 

"It showed everybody was up for the game," he said to the Glasgow Evening Times. "Sometimes you'll get a late tackle or things will boil over but I don't see it carrying over at all.

"I'm happy to still be in the (Scottish Cup). It was a strange game, a bit wild at times. I thought we were going to hold out but unfortunately we couldn't."

Brown on Van Dijk

Scott Brown is hoping that Virgil van Dijk will win his appeal against his red card. 

The Dutch defender was sent off against Dundee United, but the dismissal appeared harsh and Brown is hopeful that it will be rescinded. 

"Do I hope Virgil wins his appeal? That would be great but we will see," the Celtic midfielder told the Daily Mail

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