IT sounds odd to say this, but Celtic can take considerable encouragement from the fact their new manager does not seem entirely happy.
WHEN setting the standards to which you aspire ahead of a new season of European competition, it is best to aim high.
THE identity of the new Celtic manager is still to be established but his remit is already understood.
MOMENTS after the lengthy discussions concluded and the decision was made, Neil Lennon walked down the tunnel and out into the bowl of Parkhead.
SPECULATION that Gary Hooper, whose first season at Norwich City has not worked out as well as planned, could be set for a return to Celtic would give Kris Commons a challenge to relish.