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Deila discusses Celtic playing 'Playstation football', raves about Leigh Griffiths

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Celtic manager Ronny Deila is 'very tired' of talking about the Bhoys' mistakes.

Celtic manager Ronny Deila has told The Scottish Sun that he is sick of talking about negatives surrounding his team, before praising striker Leigh Griffiths on the Celtic official website.

The Bhoys went in to today's game against Hamilton having drawn 0-0 against Hearts last weekend, before a 2-2 draw with Fenerbahce in the Europa League on Thursday night.

After an early goal from Gramoz Kurtaj, it looked like Hamilton might add to Celtic's recent struggles, but goals from Dedryck Boyata and Leigh Griffiths handed the Bhoys all three points at New Douglas Park.

It was a much needed win for Celtic and manager Deila after a tough few weeks, particularly following the draw with Fenerbahce, where defender Efe Ambrose produced a torrid mistake to hand the Turkish giants a goal.

Following the game against Hamilton, Deila was asked about Celtic's recent errors - and admitted to The Scottish Sun that he is 'very tired' of talking about mistakes from his players, suggesting that his team can't play 'Playstation football' every week.

"Why can’t we talk about the goals we score? It’s always about the negatives," said Deila. "I’m very tired of talking about this. We played against Fenerbahce they have top players and we got a draw, and yes there was a mistake. We have played 10 matches so far and it’s better than last year, we are going to win trophies. We can't play Playstation football every time."

Deila also spoke to the Celtic official website after the game, and hailed match-winner Leigh Griffiths, with the Scottish international notching his tenth goals in just 18 appearances this season.

"He’s small but his timing is fantastic. You see it when the goal kicks come out and he’s just hanging in the air. He can score in all different ways so he is an important player for us," he added

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