Celtic Punish Aberdeen With A Three Goal Thumping As They Clinch Eight In A Row.

Celtic FC have just sealed their eighth league title in a row after a convincing 3-0 win over Aberdeen at Pittodrie.

As it stands just now Celtic are on course for a third treble in a row as they have already won the League Cup and now just having clinched the League today, now all that stands in their way into the history books yet again is the Scottish Cup Final against Hearts in May.

Celtic punish Aberdeen’s lack of quality.

The Dons could have delayed the inevitability of the title party, but teams don’t tend to beat Celtic in domestic competition while spurning big moments. How the Dons will rue the early chances they had. How Derek McInnes, sitting in the purgatory of the stand while serving his touchline ban, will have suffered angst at what might have been.

Celtic showed great character today and weren’t going to ruin their unbeaten run of eleven games in a row and most importantly their title party.

With Neil Lennon tweaking Celtic’s tactics today they played with more hunger and determination and the full team looked better as a whole.

It was three brilliant goals that won the title today and Lustig, Simunovic And Edouard should be proud players and deserve the credit.

What will next season bring.

Next season, whoever takes the reigns at Parkhead will need a somewhat slight team revamp as potentially 5-6 players could leave and maybe even more.

The Champions League will be the main focus point in the first half of the season as we need to make sure we get past the qualifying rounds and must invest in quality players if we want to attempt to complete.

Overall the main objective is to go for nine in a row and get as far ahead as Rangers or anyone else that might be chasing us.

All in all it’s been a fantastic 8 years for the famous Glasgow Celtic and we should all feel a sense of accomplishment and pride.

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