The Hoops have had an uncharacteristic slow start to their season with the latest 2-1 defeat to Kilmarnock on Sunday bringing Brendan Rodgers’ side to sixth spot in the table.
But Brendan Rodgers gave the fans exactly what they wanted to hear in his latest presser by choosing not to hide the ongoing issues with his team by accepting the poor results and gave an assured promise that the Hoops will comeback from this dry spell even stronger.
The Northern Irishman maintained that he was privileged to be at the historic club and remains fully committed to the battle ahead. The reassurance surely would have been music to the fans’ ears amidst reports that the former Liverpool manager could be heading out of Scotland after this season’s horrendous start despite leading the club to back-to-back trebles since taking over.
Check out the interview here:
Brendans message to the Celtic supporters.
Its just what I wanted to hear. pic.twitter.com/Dp5gUJscvP
— JT (@1888JT) September 25, 2018
With Hearts leading the way and Rangers climbing all the way to second, the road ahead is indeed uphill for the Bhoys but rivals should not be writing the famous Green and Whites off just yet, and judging by Rodgers’ latest presser the mentality to fight still firmly resides in the Hoops camp.