Brendan Rodgers will give his side four more SPFL matches before judging Celtic’s start to the season.
Yesterday the hoops boss watched his side lose their second domestic match of the season, after replacing Ronny Deila two years ago he had to wait 69 matches and 18 months to experience losing to a Scottish side.
Coupled with their Champions League exit to AEK Athens the only question is how much have Celtic deteriorated since a double decker bus took the double treble winners up along the Celtic Way?
Kieran Tierney is the only player close to top form- elsewhere in the team players are unrecognisable from the heroes that thrilled the supporters as they collected six domestic trophies on the bounce.
Only once this season have Celtic hit top form- when they beat Sevco 1-0 at the start of the month- with Rodgers desperate to see a return to that kind of form.
“We look at it after ten games,” he told theDaily Record. “We never get too carried away when winning and we won’t get carried away when we’re in the position we are. There’s no doubt we have to be better.
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