Jeremie Frimpong played well for Neil Lennon’s Celtic at the weekend.
The former Celtic manager was speaking in defence of his former Hoops captain.
The former Celtic manager was speaking after the Hoops' defeat in UEFA Champions League qualifying.
Neil Lennon was Celtic boss for four years until 2014.
The experienced duo haven't kicked a ball for Ibrox side Glasgow Rangers since August and September respectively.
Brendan Rodgers won two Scottish Premiership titles with Celtic but jumped at the chance to return to the Premier League with Leicester City.
Rangers boss Steven Gerrard has defender Ibrox star Alfredo Morelos.
Marcelo Bielsa’s Leeds United will face West Bromwich Albion in the Championship this evening.
Virgil van Dijk joined Liverpool from Southampton in January 2018.
Mark Hughes is under huge pressure in the Premier League but will Southampton really return to Gordon Strachan?
Tottenham Hotspur are reportedly keen on Benfica's Ruben Dias.
Tottenham Hotspur defender Japhet Tanganga enjoyed a wonderful pre-season, but has rarely been used this term.
Tottenham Hotspur players have been quick to wish Mauricio Pochettino well following his departure.
The latest reports suggest that Chelsea winger Christian Pulisic will miss out on playing against Manchester City this weekend.
Rangers are reportedly close to bringing Cameron Gascoigne to Ibrox permanently.
The Middlesbrough man succeeds Richard Cresswell at Leeds United.
Tottenham Hotspur are reportedly talking to Jose Mourinho about replacing Mauricio Pochettino.
Nemanja Matic has played under Jose Mourinho in the Premier League for Manchester United and Chelsea so will they reunite at Spurs?
Tottenham Hotspur winger Gareth Bale has been linked with a return to North London for a long time now.
Tottenham Hotspur have appointed Jose Mourinho as their new boss.
Scotland are unlikely to have a new manager in place before the new year, with Michael O’Neill and Derek McInnes the early favourites to replace Gordon Strachan. The Scottish Football Association’s board took the unanimous decision not to extend Strachan’s contract, which ends next month, during a meeting on Thursday.
It would have taken a herculean effort for Scotland’s players to distance themselves from the celebration which engulfed Hampden Park on Thursday.
Gordon Strachan will not decry the Scotland support’s overdue sense of giddy excitement but he has called on his players to keep calm heads as they seek to move to within one game of a World Cup play-off berth.