DAIZEN MAEDA has already scored three goals on the Hoops’ Far East tour – and here’s the moment he should have scored another.
That’s because he was clearly on the page when foundin the box of his compatriot in the first half in a 1-0 win over Gamba Osaka.
And watch Celtic hero Peter Grant communicating on CelticI couldn’t help but have a little fun at the expense of the on-ice official.
He said: “I’ll have to look up the linesman’s name and see if he has a Scottish name.”
In fact, the linesmen proved to be equally bad for both teams, as Gamba Osaka were entitled to a goal themselves, which was ruled out for offside in the evenly ranked half.
There was barely a minute left of the first half when MusashiI have found time and place in the box Past .
If anything, he was even ONSIDE than Maeda had been.
True to his word, Brendan Rodgers played two completely different teams in the second and final game of the club’s Far East tour.
Meanwhile, Rodgers has denied claims he requested a huge transferbreast before agreeing to his return to Celtic.
The Hoops boss is getting closer to a deal for Legia Warsaw defender Maik Nawrocki.
But he has denied claims he was lured back to Parkhead by promises of large sums of money for the transfer market.
The Northern Irishman said: “The club will do everything they can within the framework of the model.
“But I think there’s a narrative about my return that’s like, ‘He’s only back here because he has a lot of money to spend.’ That couldn’t be further from the truth.
“I’m back because I want to be a Celtic coach and it’s a great honor for me to be.
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